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INDIANA 
STATE LIBRARY 



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entaryjourn1903indi 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



Officers of State 



STATE OF INDIANA, 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS, TRUSTEES AND SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE 

SEVERAL BENEVOLENT AM) REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS, AS 

REQUIRED BY LAW To HE MADE TO THE GOVERNOR, 



Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1903 



BY AUTHORITY. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WU. H. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 

1904. 



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INDIANA STATE LIBRARY 



PREFACE. 



STATE OF INDIANA, 
Office of Secretary of State, 
Indianapolis, November 1, 1904. 

In accordance with the requirements of an act, approved February 3, 
1863 (1st G. & H., p. 538), the several administrative officers of the State, 
and the Trustees and Superintendents of the Benevolent, Reformatory and 
Educational Institutions thereof, have submitted tp the Governor, and filed 
in the Executive Department the reports required of them for the fiscal 
year ending October 31, 1902, and the calendar year ending December 31, 
1902, respectively, which have been entered* of Tecord in the order of their 
reception, and delivered to the Secretary of State for publication under the 
order of the Board of Commissioners of Public Printing and Binding. 

One thousand copies of reports are now bound in one volume, and 
issued to the officers and persons designated by law to receive them. The 
usual number of copies of each report have also been bound in pamphlet 
form, and delivered to the responsible officer or Superintendent of each 
Institution for distribution in such manner as they may deem for the best 
interests of the State. 

THOS. J. CARTER. 

Clerk Bureau of Public Printing. 



CONTENTS. 



Auditor of State. 

Biennial Report of Tax Commissioners. 

Treasurer of State. 

Messages and Documents. 

Board of State Charities. 

Central Indiana Hospital for Insane. 

Indiana School for Feeble-Minded Youth. 

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Industrial School Girls and Womans Prison. 

Education of the Blind. 

Education of the Deaf and Dumb. 

Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home. 

Purdue University. 

Department of Inspection. 

State Entomologist. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



OF THE 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



Being a Detailed Statement of the Work of the Various Depart- 
ments of Said Office for the Fiscal Year Ending 
October 31, 1903. 



APPENDIX: 
Proceedings State Board of Tax Commissioners. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

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

1904. 



STATE OF INDIANA, } 

Executive Department, > 

Indianapolis, December 23, 1903. j 

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



Office of Auditor of State, "i 

Indianapolis. December 23, 1903. / 

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

D. E. SHERRICK, 

Auditor of State. 



December 24, 1903. 
Returned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and transmitted to 
Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of Commission- 
ers of Public Printing and Binding. 

GEORGE B. LOCKWOOD, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, Decem- 
ber 24, 1903. 

DANIEL E. STORMS, 

Secretary of Slate. 



Received the within report and delivered (o the printer this 24th day of 
December, 1903. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Clerk Printing Bureau. 



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INDEX. 



AUDITING DEPARTMENT. 

Page. 

Abstract of Assessments, 1903 81-99 

Abstract of Duplicates, 1902 65-80 

Balance in Treasury — 

November 1, 1902 19 

October 31, 1903 45 

Benevolent Institution Fund — 

Receipts to 29 

Disbursements from , 41 

College Fund — 

Condition of 119 

Disbursements from 43 

Interest, disbursements of 43 

Interest, receipts of 29 

List of borrowers from, by counties 114 

Receipts to 29 

Classification of — 

Disbursements, General Fund 46-64 

Receipts, General Fund 46-64 

Disbursements during fiscal year from — 

Benevolent Institution Fund 44 

College Fund 43 

College Fund Interest 43 

Educational Institution Fund 44 

General Fund 31-43 

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University 44 

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University, Interest 44 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund Lands 44 

School Revenue for Tuition 43 

State Debt Sinking Fund 44 

Unclaimed Estates 45 

Disbursements by Funds 23 

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Educational Institution Fund— Page. 

Disbursements from 44 

Receipt! to 29 

General Fund — 

Disbursements 31-43 

Receipts 23-28 

Receipts to, summary of 25-28 

Interest on Public Debt 109 

Introductory Remarks 11-18 

Public Debt Statement '. . 106-108 

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University — 

Disbursements from 44 

Distribution of tbe Fund 113 

Interest, Disbursement of 44 

Interest, receipts of . . . 29 

List of borrowers, by counties 110-113 

Receipts to • ,• 29 

Sales of lands 30 

Poll Taxes- 
Collections of, December Settlement, 1902 100-101 

Collections of, May Settlement, 1903 102-103 

Receipts by Funds 23 

Receipts to — 

Benevolent Institution Fund. 29 

College Fund 29 

College Fund Interest 29 

Educational Institution Fund 30 

General Fund 23-28 

Permanent Endowment Fund 29 

Permanent Endowment Fund Interest 29 

Sales University and College Fund Lands 30 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund Lands 30 

State Debt Sinking Fund 30 

School Revenue for Tuition 28 

Swamp Land Fund 31 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund Lands — 

Disbursements 44 

Receipts 30 

Sales University and College Fund Lands — 

Receipts 30 

State Debt Sinking Fund — 

Disbursements 44 

Receipts * o, 



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School Revenue for Tuition — Page. 

Disbursements 43 

Receipts 28 

Special Judges, allowances to 104-105 

Settlements — 

December, 1902 90-93 

May, 1903 94-99 

Summary Receipts, General Fund 23-28 

Summary Disbursements from General Fund 31-43 

Tax Levies, 1850-1902 : 120 

Taxes Collected 90-99 

Taxable Property 65-80 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

Annual reports of companies .' 94-131 

Assets of companies — 

Fire and marine insurance companies of other States 14-49 

Miscellaneous companies 25-49 

Life companies 64-69 

Indiana life companies 64 

Invested assets, fire and marine and foreign companies 14-49 

Companies authorized to do business in the State — 

Fire and fire and marine companies of other States 4-6 

Fire companies of foreign lands 6-7 

Fire companies of Indiana 4 

Life and accident assessment companies of Indiana 10 

Life and accident assessment companies of other States 10 

Life companies of Indiana , 8 

Miscellaneous companies of Indiana 7 

Miscellaneous companies of other States 7-8 

Companies of other States admitted to do business in the State 4-11 

Fraternal companies of Indiana complying with law of 1899 10 

Fraternal companies of other States 11 

Fraternal associations — Statistical 73-91 

Insurance in force, premiums, losses, taxes, fees 50-71 

Liabilities — 

Fire and fire and marine companies 14-49 

Miscellaneous companies 25-49 

Life companies 64-69 

Indiana life companies 64 

Reports of — 

Legal reserve life companies, Indiana 114-131 

Indiana fire and miscellaneous companies 94-110 

Indiana assessment life and accident companies ) 133-162 

Indiana fraternal beneficiary associations 191 

Assessment accident companies of other States 169-191 

Fraternal beneficiary associations of other States ■ 211-285 



BUILDING AND LOAN DEPARTMENT. 

Page. 

Introductory 3 

Associations beginning business 5 

Associations in liquidation 6 

Associations retiring from business .5 

Comparative statements, years 1902-1903 9 

Comparative statements, Indianapolis associations 11 

Dividends liquidating associations 7-8 

Statements of condition of associations 13-215 

BANK DEPARTMENT. 

Calls on State banks for 1903 7 

Comparative statements, resources and liabilities for 1902-1903 — 

State banks 8 

Savings banks 77 

Trust companies 55 

Remarks 6 

Statements of condition — 

Savings banks 78-80 

State banks 9-52 

Trust companies 56-74 

LAND DEPARTMENT. 

Lands held by State by deed 12 

List of lands unsold under acts 1883 and 1889 5 

List of lands forfeited for non-payment of loans 6-11 

Remarks 3 

APPENDIX. 

Proceedings State Board of Tax Commissioners for 1903. 



OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. 



DAVID E. SHEKRICK, 

Auditor of State. 

JOHN 0. BILLIIEIMER, 

Deputy Auditor of State. 

J. E. REED, 
Clerk. 

LELA A. YOUNG, 

Stenographer. 

CYRUS W. NEAL, 

Clerk Insurance Department. 

HENRY W. BUTTOLPH, 

Actuary Insurance Department. 

CLIFFIE B. MANLOYE, 

Assistant Clerk Insurance Department. 

D. J. MENDENHALL, 
Clerk Land and Bank Department. 

GEORGE U. BINGHAM, 
Inspector Building and Loan Department. 

E. M. HINSHAW, 

State Bank Examiner. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Hon. Winfield T. Durbinj Governor of Indiana: 

Sir — I have the honor to herewith submit for your examina- 
tion the report of the Auditor of State for the fiscal year ending 
October 31, 1903, giving in detail the fiscal affairs of the State, 
with an elaborate showing of receipts and disbursements and ex- 
haustive tabulations reviewing abstracts of countv assessments and 
settlements; valuable data, associated with tax levies, duplicates; 
and all features associated with the assessment, collection and dis- 
position of public revenues. I have also submitted extended re- 
ports of the insurance, land, building association, banking and 
trust bureaus. 

ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT. 

There is now levied for State purposes an aggregate tax of 30|- 
cents on each $100. Of this amount, nine cents is for the General 
Fund, and five cents for the Benevolent 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 $2,009,806.27. The levy for 
school purposes is 11 cents on the $100, and the taxes resulting are 
distributed pro rata among the different counties, according to the 
numeration of school children. This tax ae'eregated last vear 
$1,667,892.66. The specific levy, of three cents on each $100 for 
payment on the public debt amounted to $414,498.37, and was 
immediately applied to the purposes of its collection. The Edu- 
cational Institution tax of one and two-thirds cents on each $100, 
amounted to $230,334.38, and was distributed as the law provides; 
40 per cent, to the Indiana University, 30 per cent, to the State 
Normal School, and 30 per cent, to Purdue University. 

The maintenance cost of the State institutions, notwithstand- 
ing the increased prices of many articles entering into consump- 

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tion, has been within the appropriations, and there will be no 
deficits for the legislature to provide for ; one institution, the Cen- 
tral Hospital for Insane, not even drawing any of its large per 
capita allowance of $24,602.21. The cost of excess population 
above the basis fixed for the regular maintenance appropriations in 
the larger institutions was $58,175.16; the uniform accounting 
system of debits and credits from purchase to consumption, the 
competitive plan of buying with discounts for cash, the cultiva- 
tion of the ground and the raising of stock where institutions have 
farm lands, has lessened the cost of vegetables, meats, potatoes and 
milk, quite perceptibly, and is manifest in the excellent compari- 
son of per capita with the years past. 

THE STATERS FINANCES. 

There is due from the Government, on account of the expense of 
the Spanish War, $21,966.46. This sum can not be collected 
without additional legislation by Congress. Every dollar of this 
amount was authorized by the Secretary of War, the immediate 
exigency was largely a proper care for the soldiers returning to be 
mustered out of service, yet the accounting department of the 
Government has refused reimbursement, for lack of specific law. 
The fidelity to proper accountings in conformity, to the "Mull" 
law, and the statutes of 1901 specifically pertaining to the State's 
institutions, are strictly observed in all disbursements, and the 
integrity of all appropriations preserved. 

Payments on the public debts have been made as follows : 

January 7, 1903, 3 per cent. Eefunding Bonds $200,000 00 

July 14, 1903, 3 per cent. Refunding Bonds 250,000 00 

Total $450,000 00 



It is probable $285,000 additional will be paid by January 1, 
1904. The amount of the public debt is as follows : 

3 per cent. School Fund Refunding Bonds, with option clause, 

redeemable at the pleasure of the State $863,000 00 

3£ per cent. Temporary Fund Bonds, redeemable after 1910 1,085,000 00 

Purdue University, 5 per cent 340,000 00 

Indiana University, 5 per cent 144,000 00 

State Stock Certificate 5,615 12 

Total $2,437,615 12 



It will be seen there is only $803,000 of debt bearing the option 
clause, and with no excessive appropriations, this can easily be 
paid during the term of the present Executive ; unless a part of 
the 3i| per cent, bonds should be purchased. It would be better 
to pay a slight premium, if necessary, and lake up the $1,085,000 
not redeemable until 1910, permitting the option bonds to run, 
and thus wipe out all of the State debt within four years. The 
three per cent, specific debt levy has realized about $400,000 
yearly, which amount will be increased on account of increased 
assessment of property, and this, with the surplus from foes and 
taxes to the general fund, will readily meet all of the State's obli- 
gations in four years if the 1910. bonds can be purchased. There 
should be no reduction of the State tax levy. The debt-paying 
record has not been at the expense of a proper care of the State's 
needs in any direction. The growing demands of our institutions 
have been generously met. A continuance of the present tax levy 
will supply ample revenues for the necessities of a State increas- 
ing as is Indiana, and keep our institutions on their present level 
of excellence. 



BUILDING ASSOCIATION DEPAKTMENT. 

In pursuance to the requirements of law, there is submitted here- 
with a compilation of the reports of the several building and loan 
associations of the State, together with the report of each associa- 
tion. There is also given a summary of the business of the associa- 
tions of Indianapolis, which comprise about one-fourth of all the 
associations reporting. 

In this compilation are the reports of 379 associations, and they 
show an increase in the volume of business during the year of 
$16,691, with thirteen less associations than in 1902. Loans have 
increased $129,320, while the real estate held has decreased $239,- 
687, and the amount due for taxes and insurance has decreased 
$25,262.29. Dues, paid up and prepaid stock and dividends have 
increased $132,270. There has also been a substantial reduction in 
borrowed money. There has been a decrease of almost 9,000 in 
the membership. 



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The conditions of the associations as a whole have improved, and 
while there has been no material growth in the business as a whole, 
many of the individual associations have had a successful year. 
There are still a number of associations winding up their business 
through voluntary liquidation or a gradual process of retiring their 
stock, and until this period has passed an intelligent judgment as 
to their future can not be formed. There is no reason, now that 
the weak ones have been almost entirely forced out of business, why 
the properly conducted associations should not continue to grow 
in popularity and be of great value to the home-seeker. 

During the year a number of co-operative home buying schemes 
have begun to do business under the building and loan association 
laws. This office has endeavored to check them so far as its limited 
powers go, believing them to be wholly impracticable and that their 
continuance in business will only mean loss to those who invest in 
them. Successful co-operation of this character can not be carried 
on in a business that scatters itself over the State, and so far as 
laws will permit, over other States. It is the purpose of the Depart- 
ment to continue its opposition to all such schemes until their prac- 
ticability can be established. The present laws never contemplated 
this class of business and until there are ample safeguards given 
by law to the investor, they can not be operated with success. 

Owing to frequent inquiries, an investigation of one of these 
associations — the Homestead Loan & Investment Association of 
Indianapolis — was made, and the examination revealed such a 
visionary scheme that the Department requested the Attorney-Gen- 
eral to bring proper proceedings to wind up its affairs, and upon 
his application a receiver was appointed and its business is now 
being wound up. 

LAND DEPAKTMENT. 

The very prosperous condition of the country reflected, as it 
has been by advancing prices for farm lands and desirable town 
lots, has resulted in the State being able to close out a very great 
deal of property that has accrued through the foreclosure of Col- 
lege and Permanent Endowment Fund loans. There is but a 
very light holding of such property now in the possession of the 



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State. The low interest rates have resulted in inability to make 
loans of the College Fund, so that a large per cent, of the fund is 
Lying unused in the Stale Treasury. It is almosl impossible with 
the current ruling rates for interest to loan this fund at *'> per 
cent., and in sums of $500 or less. 

In the matter of foreclosure of mortgages, should any have to 
be made in the future, I would suggest the practice of having 
sales made by the Auditor and Treasurer of State be superseded 
by regular foreclosure in the county courts where the land may 
be located. T believe this step would be advisable in order that 
an additional personal judgment may be taken supplementary 
to that rendered with the closing of the mortgage. 

The principal work of this department is confined to answer- 
ing letters of inquiry relating to land entries and original sur- 
veys. Hundreds of such letters arc received annually, and the 
investigations required consume much time and labor. 

There still remains in this office a large number of patents, 
conveying Wabash and Erie Canal lands. The law directs that 
these be recorded in the county where the land is situate, and 
until this is done there will be a defect in the title to these lands. 
Patents, some issued by the State as early as 1832, and others 
by the trustees of the canal as late as 1876, are here for lands in 
Allen, Benton, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, 
Fulton, Gibson, Greene, Huntington, Jasper, Knox, Kosciu>ko, 
Lake, Lawrence, Marshall, Martin, Miami, Monroe, Newton, 
Xoble, Orange, Owen, Parke, Perry, Pike, Posey, Pulaski, Put- 
nam, Spencer, Sullivan, Vanderburgh, Vermillion, Wabash. 
Warrick, White and Whitley counties. It is hoped that the 
owners of canal lands in the counties named, who have not yet 
obtained their patents and had them recorded, will do so -it once 
in order that their titles may be made perfect. 

The records in this office show that no patents have been is- 
sued for several hundred tracts of swamp and University lands. 
Most of these tracts have undoubtedly been sold, bur purchasers 
have neglected to obtain patents for same. This failure leads to 
trouble when the present owners desire to sell or mortgage their 
lands. Such owners should send to this office their certificates of 
purchase and obtain patents. 



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BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES. 

The following statements show the condition, October 31, 1903, 
of each bank, trust company and savings bank operating under the 
State law. There are also given tables showing the resources and 
liabilities of the State banks at the dates of the different calls for 
statements during the past fiscal year. Also comparative state- 
ments showing the condition of these banks, trust companies and 
savings banks, October 31, 1002, and October 31, 1903. 

During the year there have been incorporated twenty-two State 
banks and sixteen trust companies. The names and location of 
these will be found in their proper places in this report. There are 
now 131 State banks, fifty-five trust companies and five savings 
banks operating under the State laws. 

The year just closed shows the greatest growth in the number and 
volume of business of these institutions during their history. Un- 
der existing laws and the method of supervision, the State bank 
laws offer the best opportunities for safe and profitable banking. 
The increase in numbers during the past years shows the faith of 
those engaging in the business in the State system. 

The trust company is comparatively new in Indiana, the law 'for 
their incorporation having been in existence but ten years. Prior 
to 1899, when the organization of companies with less than $100,- 
000 capital stock was authorized, there were but five such compa- 
nies in business. The large increase in numbers has been in the 
last four years. The smaller companies have not yet developed 
the branch of the business of handling estates and other trusts, but 
have depended on the earnings of their deposits for profits. In 
this line they have practically superseded the savings banks and 
are seeking the savings deposits as their field for business. A few 
of them are doing a general banking business. The savings bank 
law is such that there is no inducement to organize under it, and 
this has given the trust company its greatest opportunity in build- 
ing up a business. They are all doing a careful and safe business. 

Since 18 8 7 there have only been five savings banks operating in 
the State. They are all old institutions and have had a steady 
growth in deposits from their organization and have the entire con- 
fidence of the communities in which they are located. Such suff- 



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gestions as the department may desire to make; for changes in the 
laws governing these institutions will be reserved for the next an- 
nual report to be submitted to the General Assembly of L905. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

The wonderful growth of the insurance interests of the State 
can be read most profitably in the exhaustive reports and tabula- 
tions as to the business in all its details. There is no public utility 
that more intimately interests all the people than does insurance 

in some one of its varied forms. 

The prosecution of irresponsible insurance companies has been 
steadily kept up, and so successfully that the State is practically 
free from "wild-cat" organizations. The business of irresponsible 
insurance in Indiana is now done by soliciting through the mails, 
or else dodging in and out of the State before the officers of the 
law can get service on the guerilla agents. The assessment law of 
1883 affords a retreat for several life companies that do every- 
thing but an insurance business, the odious character of which is 
not creditable to Indiana. I suggest an affirmative statute be 
passed that will positively repeal the law altogether, and give super- 
visory powers to the Auditor of State over the life companies now 
unfortunately authorized. There are now six companies doing 
business under the legal reserve compulsory deposits law of 1899, 
a most commendable statute, with an aggregate deposit of net cash 
values with this department amounting to $l,2S3,00O. 

The receipts of the Insurance Department for the fiscal year 
past are the largest of record, aggregating for licenses, taxes, ex- 
aminations, certificates, etc., $309,064.80. 

The fraternal insurance laws of the State are framed in ac- 
cordance with the suggestion of the National Fraternal Congress, 
and incorporate not only the safeguards of the minimum statute, 
but also the provisions of what is known as their uniform bill. 
The fraternities are furnishing the temporary indemnity that so 
many thousands of our people can only afford, and the very sub- 
stantial benefits paid annually are practical object lessons of the 
beneficent mission they supply. Time and the unerring mortuary 
experience that is inherent to life indemnity has demonstrated the 

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insufficiency of rates based on the theory "of a reserve in the 
pocket," and so there has been a recasting of charges in a number 
of the older organizations to remedy this defect. Fraternal insur- 
ance is so generally and so uniformly tentative in character that 
with our statutes and with proper supervision, the barnacles can 
be closely scraped off and the worthy organizations authorized year 
by year. 

The fire insurance situation is better this year than last so far 
as relates to a lessening of losses. The ash-heap is not so large in 
Indiana nor in the country generally. The fires are, however, 
above normal, and, so long as this continues, there is not much day- 
light in prospect with which to view a reduction of tariffs. The 
companies have all had discouraging and costly experiences for sev- 
eral years, and, with the high rates, have barely made Saturday 
night reach over until Monday morning. 



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, 
190:2, also the Amounts Received and Disbursed from the 
Several Funds During the Fiscal Year Ending October SI, 
1903, and the Balance on Hand on Such Date. 



Balance in treasury Oct. 31, 1902.. 

General Fund 

School Revenue for Tuition Fund.. 

College Fund, principal 

College Fund, interest 

Permanent Endowment Fund, 
principal 

Permanent Endowment Fund, in- 
terest 

Benevolent Institution Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

Educational Institution Fund 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund 
Lands , 

Sales University and College Fund 
Lands 

Sales Common School Fund Land 

Unclaimed Estates 

Common School Fund 

Swamp Lauds 

Excess Bids 

Surplus Revenue 

Escheated Estates 

Sinkina: Fund 



7,994 50 
18,934 56 
65,060 71 

1,921 98 

45,781 85 

3,969 65 

301 90 

61 43 

•236 47 

6,119 50 



6,754 

9,-241 

23,091 

5,732 

13,568 

1,933 

500 

1,189 

467 



08 
37 
03 
70 
55 
25 
00 
26 
78 



$512,860 57 



512.860 57 



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Receipts by Funds During Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1903. 



General Fund 

School Revenue for Tuition 

College Fund, principal 

College Fund, interest 

Permanent Endowment Fund, 
principal 

Permanent Endowment Fund, in- 
terest 

Benevolent Institution Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

Educational Institution Fund 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund 
Indiana University Lands 

Sales University and College Fund 
Lands 

Sales of Lands Common School 
Fund . 

Swamp Land Fund 

Unclaimed Estates 

Total 

Less School Fund reapportionment 

Less transfer warrants 

Less advance payments, same as 
disbursements 

Total 

Net receipts 



$4;320,500 

2,391,873 

17,313 

10,231 


67 
33 
64 

07 




• 


39,209 


05 






25,848 
690,796 
414,498 
230,334 


97 
23 
27 
38 






12,433 


12 






1,066 


10 






5 

58 

11,010 


00 
00 
23 


$8,165,178 




$245,882 
1,105,657 


80 
83 


06 


1,104,236 


53 


2,455,777 








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$5,709,400 


90 



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Disbursements by Funds During Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 

1903. 



General Fund 

School Revenue for Tkiition 

College Fund, principal 

College Fund, interest 

Permanent Endowment Fund,prin- 
c i p a 1 

Permanent Endowment Fund, in- 
terest 

Benevolent Institution Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

Educational Institution Fund 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund 
Lands 

Unclaimed Estates 

Sales College Fund Lands 



$4,525,696 69 

2,372,237 56 

5,131 35 

12,117 10 

61,954 54 

29,818 62 
691,098 13 
414,559 70 
230,570 85 

18,552 62 

265 41 

7,650 18 



Total 

Less transfer from Benevolent In- 
stitution and State Debt Sink- 
ing Funds to General Fund $1,105,657 83 

Less Scliool Fund reapportionment 245,882 80 

Less advance payments, same as 
receipts 

Total 



Net disbursements. 




$8,369,652 75 



2,455,777 16 
85.913.875 :.!' 



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&ECAPITULATI01SL 



Balance in treasury Oct. 31, 1902.. 


$512,860 57 
5,709,400 90 








Total 


$102,798 48 

38,570 33 

77,243 00 

35 95 

23,036 36 

170 00 

9,246 37 

33,835 85 

5,732 70 

13,626 55 

1,933 25 

500 00 

1,189 26 

467 78 


$6,222,261 47 




5,913,875 59 


Balance in treasury Oct. 31, 1903.. 


$308,385 88 










Permanent Endowment Fund, 




Sales University and College Fund 
Sales of Lands, Common School 
















F\tpk<3 Bids Sinlcino - Fund 




















Total 




308,385 88 







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STATEMENT 



Showing the Receipts to and Disbursements from State Treasury 
by Funds and Accounts for the Fiscal Year Ending October 
31, 1903. 



RECEIPTS. 



General Fimd. 

Secretary of State, sales Supreme 

and Appellate Court reports .... 
Secretary of State, incorporation 

fees, local and foreign 

Secretary of State, incorporation 

fees, foreign 

Secretary of State, miscellaneous 

fees 

Auditor of State, building and loan 

and land office fees 

Auditor of State, insurance fees 

and taxes 

Auditor of State, trust certificates.. 

Auditor of State, miscellaneous 

Auditor of State, incorporation fees 

Attorney-General, collections 

Clerk Supreme Court, Supreme 

Court fees 

Clerk Supreme Court, Appellate 

Court fees 

State Librarian, books and binding 
Board of State Charities, expense.. 
Board of State Charities, agents... 
State Board Medical Registration 

and Examination 

State Board Pharmacy 

State Tax Commission, expense ... 
Bureau of Statistics, office expense 
Fish and Game Protective Fund, 
Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 

earnings 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 

expense 

Engineer State House, repairs 

Supreme Court Judges, Stenog- 
raphers* service 



$1,477 


50 


(54,384 


06 


67,201 


65 


4,527 


67 


1,187 


70 


309,064 


89 


70 


00 


140 


96 


284 


00 


1,806 


66 


4,132 


88 


4,148 


35 


214 


10 


110 


00 


80 


00 


5,314 


60 


3,913 


00 


21 


15 


44 


00 


4,886 


20 


6,889 


65 


7 


50 


42 


70 


125 


00 



24 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



Circuit Judges, salary 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 
certificates 

State Board Forestry, office ex- 
pense 

Supervisor Natural Gas, assistants 

State Veterinarian, expense 

Legislative, House 

Custodian, assistants 

Custodian, ice water 

Custodian, miscellaneous receipts.. 

Purdue University, U. S. appro- 
priation 

Taxes transferred 

State Revenue, current taxes 

State lie venue, delinquent taxes.... 

Docket Fees, Circuit Court 

Advance payments by counties 

Vessel tonnage 

Central Hospital for Insane, earn- 
ings 

Central Hospital for Insane, re- 
ceipts from counties 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
earnings 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
receipts from counties 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, earn- 
ings 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, re- 
ceipts from counties 

Southern Hospital for Insane, re- 
ceipts from counties 

Southern Hospital for insane, earn- 
ings 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 
earnings 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 
receipts from counties 

Institution for the Blind, earnings 

Institution for the Blind, receipts 
from counties 

School for Feeble-Minded, earnings 

School for Feeble-Minded, east 
wing to Colonia 



$681 


90 


60 


00 


18 51 
32 61 
12 50 
35 00 
5 00 
57 47 
107 00 


25,000 

180 

1,319,010 

44,100 

12,345 

1,104,236 

244 


00 
46 
04 
57 
31 
53 
11 


2,110 


20 


11,512 


78 


166 


65 


3,358 


34 


109 


69 


2,977 43 


3,012 


65 


39 


65 


709 


03 


* 1,801 
417 


50 
26 


5 
4,642 


23 
10 


3,230 


50 



25 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



State Soldiers' Home, receipts 

State Soldiers' Home, Government 
aid 

Reform School for Boys, receipts 
from counties 

Reform School for Boys, support 
U. S. prisoners 

Reform School for Boys, receipts.. 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, receipts from 
counties 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, receipts and 
earnings 

Indiana State .Prison, earnings 

Indiana Reformatory, earnings 

Transfer Warrants from Benevo- 
lent Institution Fund 

Transfer Warrants from State Debt 
Sinking Fund 

Total receipts to General Fund 
Less advance payments 

Net receipts to General Fund.. 



$269 


33 




26,920 


91 




31,754 


46 




182 
• Ill 


66 

66 




15,818 


87 




1,227 
52,259 
66,003 


12 

82 
77 




691,098 


13 




414,559 


70 








$4,320,500 67 
1,104,236 53 




83,216,204 14 



Summary. 

TAXATION. 

State Revenue 

Benevolent Institution Fund trans 

fer 

State Debt Sinking Fund transfer.. 

Total 



,363,110 61 

691,098 13 
414,559 70 



82,468,768 44 



26 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



COLLECTIONS BY OFFICERS. 

Custodian, miscellaneous receipts.. 
Superintendent Public Instruction, 

certificates 

Secretary of State, sales Supreme 

and Appellate Court Reports 

Secretary of State, incorporation 

fees, local and foreign 

Secretary of State, incorporation 

fees, foreign 

Secretary of State, miscellaneous 

fees 

Auditor of State, building and loan 

and land office fees 

Auditor of State, insurance fees 

and taxes 

Auditor of State, trust certificates. 
Auditor of State, miscellaneous.... 
Auditor of State, incorporation fees 

Attorney-General, collections 

Clerk Supreme Court, Supreme 

Court fees 

Clerk Supreme Court, Appellate 

Court fees 

State Librarian, books and binding 
Fish and Game Protective Fund... 
Circuit Court docket fees 

Total 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

Earnings. 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb 

Institution for the Blind 

School for Feeble-Minded 

State Soldiers' Home 

Total 



$107 00 

60 00 

1,477 50 

64,384 06 

67,201 65 

4,527 67 

1,187 70 

309,064 89 

70 00 

140 96 

284 00 
1,806 66 

4,132 88 

4,148 35 

214 10 

4,886 20 

12,345 31 



$2,110 


20 


166 


65 


109 


69 


39 


65 


709 


03 


417 


26 


4,642 


K) 


269 


33 



$476,038 93 



8,463 91 



t»lr&.». . 



27 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



PENAL INSTITUTIONS. 

Earning*. 

Reform School for Boys 

Industrial School for Girls and 

Woman's Prison 

Indiana State Prison 

Indiana Reformatory 

Total 

Support U. S. Prisoners. 

Reform School for Boys 

Total 

RECEIPTS FROM COUNTIES — CLOTHING. 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Southern Hospital for Insane....... 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb 

Institution for the Blind 

Reform School for Boys 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison 

Total 

BUREAUS AND DEPARTMENTS. 

State Board of Medical Registra- 
tion and Examination 

State Board of Pharmacy 

Total 

xMONEYS REFUNDED TO ACCOUNTS. 

Supreme Judge, stenographer 

Circuit Judge, salary 

Board of State Charities, expense. 



$111 66 

1,227 12 

52,259 82 

66,003 77 



$182 66 



$11,512 78 
3,358 34 
2,977 43 
3,012 65 
1,801 50 
5 23 
31,754 46 

15,818 87 



>5,314 60 
3,913 00 



$125 00 
681 90 
110 00 



$119,602 37 



182 66 



70,241 26 



9,227 6»» 



2S 



REGEIPTS— Continued. 



State Board Forestry, office ex- 
pense 

Supervisor Natural Gas, assistants 

State Veterinarian, expense 

Legislative, House 

Custodian, assistant 

Custodian, ice and water 

State Tax Commission, expense.... 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 
expense 

Board State Charities, agents 

Bureau of Statistics, office expense 

Engineer State House, repairs 

School for Feeble-Minded, east 
wing Colonia 

Total 

GOVERNMENT AID TO STATE 
INSTITUTIONS. 

Purdue University 

State Soldiers' Home 

Total . 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 

earnings 

Taxes transferred 

Vessel tonnage 

Total 

Advance payment by counties... 

Total 

School Revenue for Tuition. 

Forfeited recognizance 

Current tax 

Delinquent tax 

Interest 

Unclaimed fees 



$18 


61 


32 


61 


12 


50 


35 


00 


5 


00 


57 


47 


21 


15 


7 


50 


80 


00 


$14 00 


42 


70 


3,230 


50 



$25,000 00 
26,920 91 



$6,889 65 
180 46 
244 11 



,104,236 53 



$804 32 

1,613,753 84 

54,383 44 

476,172 35 

154 81 



$4,503 84 



51,920 91 



7,314 22 



1,104,236 53 



29 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



School revenue apportionment 

State Board of Embalmers 

Attorney-General's collections 

Total 

College Fund, Principal. 

College Fund, principal 

Total 

College Fund, Interest. 

College Fund, interest 

Total 

Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Principal. 

Permanent Endowment Fund, 
principal 

Permanent Endowment Fund, 
principal, account Sales Perma- 
nent Endowment Fund lands.... 

Total 

Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Interest. 

Permanent Endowment Fund, in- 
terest, by borrowers and by coun- 
ties 

Total 

Benevolent Institution Fund. 

Current tax 

Delinquent tax 

Total 



$245,882 80 
407 52 
314 25 



$17,313 64 



,231 07 



$34,209 05 

5,000 00 



$25,848 97 



6*72,252 53 
18,543 70 



2,391,873 33 



17,313 64 



10,231 07 



39,209 05 



25,848 97 



690.796 23 



30 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



State Debt Sinking Fund. 

Current tax 

Delinquent tax 

Total 

Educational Institution Fund. 

Current tax 

Delinquent tax 

Total 

Sales Permanent Endowment 
Fund, Indiana Univer- 
sity Lands. 

Sales of lands 

Total 

Sales University and College Fund 
Lands. 

Sales of lands 

Total 

Sales of Lands, Common School 
Fund. 

Sales of lands 

Total 

Unclaimed estates 

Total 



$403,337 82 
11,160 45 



$224,127 89 
6,206 49 



12,433 12 



$1,066 10 



$5 00 



$11,010 23 



$414,498 27 



230,334 38 



12,433 12 



1,066 10 



5 00 



11,010 23 



31 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



Swamp Land Fund. 

Swamp Land Fund 



Total 

Grand total of receipts for year 

ending Oct, 31, 1903 

Less school fund reapportionment. 

Less transfer warrants 

Less advance payments 

Total 



$58 00 



$245,882 80 
1,105,657 83 
1,104,236 53 



858 00 



5,165,178 06 



2,455,777 16 



Net receipts, 1903 $5,709,400 90 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



General Fund. 

Governor, salary 

Governor, secretary's salary 

Governor, clerk's salary 

Governor, messenger's salary 

Governor, office expenses 

Governor,civil and military contin- 
gent fund 

Governor, house rent 

Governor, contingent fund for in- 
stitutions 

Adjutant-General, salary 

Adjutant-General, clerk's salary... 

Adjutant-General, stenographer's 
salary 

Quartermaster-General, salary 

Indiana Militia 

Indiana Volunteers, clothing reim- 
bursement 

Indiana Militia, specific, war rec- 
ords and papers 

Indiana Militia, active service 

Kankakee Land Survey 



$5,000 


00 


2,400 


00 


941 


68 


941 


68 


944 


56 


3,790 


58 


1,800 


00 


7,676 


37 


1,937 


50 


900 


00 


480 


00 


1,156 


70 


72,425 


90 


14 


56 


145 


00 


5,354 


42 


650 


00 



32 



DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



Lieutenant-Governor, salary 

Secretary of State, salary 

Secretary of State, deputy's salary. 
Secretary of State, clerk's salary... 
Secretary of State, stenographer's 

salary 

Secretary of State, additional 

stenographer's salary 

Secretary of State, office expense .. 
Secretary of State, distribution of 

public documents 

Secretary of State, distribution of 

Supreme and Appellate Court 

reports 

Secretary of State, steel filing cases 

Clerk Printing Bureau, salary 

Public printing, advertising and 

stationery {.... 

Election ballots 

Auditor of State, salary 

Auditor of State, deputy's salary.. 

Auditor of State, clerk's salary 

Auditor of State, insurance clerk's 

salary ,. 

Auditor of State, insurance actu- 



ary 



Auditor of State, insurance dep- 
uty clerk's salary 

Auditor of State, land clerk's sal- 



ary 

Auditor of State, stenographer's 
salary 

Auditor of State, office expense ... 

Treasurer of State, salary 

Treasurer of State, deputy's salary 

Treasurer of State, clerk's salary .. 

Treasurer of State, office expense.. 

Attorney-General, salary 

Attorney-General, assistant's sal- 
ary 

Attorney-General, deputy's salary.. 

Attorney-General, traveling dep- 
uty's salary 

Attorney-General, stenographer's 
salary 



$1,000 00 

6,500 00 

1,800 00 

915 80 

600 00 

300 00 
583 41 

811 65 



467 


30 


1,700 


00 


1,500 


00 


46,752 


85 


2,070 


00 


7,500 


00 


2,500 


00 


1,200 


00 


1,800 


00 


1,791 


65 


1,000 


00 


1,800 


00 


720 


50 


1,199 


77 


6,500 


00 


1,999 


96 


720 


00 


300 


00 


7,500 


00 


2,400 


00 


2,000 


00 


2,400 


00 


900 


00 



33 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Secretary of State, distributing 
Arts, 1903 .'. 

Secretary of State, publishing 
Acts, 1908 

Secretary of State, foreign cor- 
poration fund ; 

Auditor of State, incorporation 
fees 

St. Louis Exposition 

Attorney-General, second assistant 
deputy's salary :. 

Attorney-General, specific, tele- 
phone 

Attorney-* General, assistant stenog- 
rapher's salary 

Attorney-General, traveling ex- 
pense 

Attorney-General, traveling dep- 
uty's expense 

Attorney-General, office expense... 

Attorney-General, law books 

Attorney-General, specific, es- 
cheated estates 

Attorney-General, specific, Meyer 
vs. Welding 

Clerk Supreme Court, salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, deputy's 
salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, assistant 
deputy's sa 1 a r v 

Clerk Supreme Court, stenogra- 
pher's salary .^.... 

Clerk Supreme Court, record 
clerk's salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, office ex- 
pense 

Reporter Supreme Court, salary... 

Reporter Supreme Court, deputy's 
( salary .'... 

Reporter Supreme Court, clerk's 
salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, stenog- 
rapher's salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, office ex- 
pense 

3— Aui>. Rei'okt. 



|91S 


98 


c.l 10 


51 


1,000 


00 


2 
4,518 


00 

88 


900 


00 


145 


26 


720 


00 


1,662 


62 


567 
690 
223 


90 
76 
20 


997 


80 


185 
5,000 


00 
00 


1,800 


00 


1,200 


00 


900 


00 


750 


00 


74! » 
4,641 


16 


1,800 


00 


1,000 


00 


72<> 
90 


0o 
00 



34 



DISBURSEMENTS -Continued. 



Supreme Court Judges, salaries...., 
Supreme Court Judges, stenogra- 
phers 



Supreme Court, librarian's salary.. 

Supreme Court, sheriff's salary 

Supreme Court, messenger's salary 

Supreme Court, Law Library 

Supreme Court Chambers...! 

Appellate Court Judges, salaries... 
Appellate Court Judges, stenogra- 
phers .;.... 

Appellate Court Judges, messenger 

Appellate Court Chambers 

Superior Court Judges, salaries.... 

Circuit Court Judges, salaries 

Prosecuting Attorneys, salaries.... 

Sheriffs' mileage 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

salary 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

deputy's salary 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

clerk's salary 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

stenographer's salary 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

traveling expenses 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

office expenses 

State Board of Education 

Board of School Book Commis- 
sioners 

State Librarian, salary 

State Librarian, assistants 

State Library, books and binding... 

State Library, distribution public 

documents and office expense.... 

State Library, janitor's salary 

Public Library Commission, books 

and equipment 

Public Library Commission, ex- 
pense 

Board of Health, secretary's salary 
Board of Health, chief clerk's salary 
Board of Health, expense .'. 



$27,312 65 

2,708 30 

1,800 00 

600 00 

1,200 00 

1,986 50 

1,997 55 

31,162 55 



3,250 

660 

1,909 

26,770 

157,684 

29,000 00 

11,102 65 



00 
00 
27 
59 

83 



3,000 00 

1,500 00 

1,050 00 

660 00 

600 00 

999 90 
3,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,008 32 

1,213 98 

999 03 

720 00 

1,051 33 

4,055 51 
2,400 00 
1,000 00 

5,928 85 



DISBURSKMKNTS Cmtimmi. 



State Board <»i' Charities, expense. 

State Board of Charities, agents... 

State Board of Truancy 

State Board of Forestry, expense. 

State Board of Forestry, secretary 

State Board of Agriculture 

State Board of Medical Registra- 
tion and Examination 

State Board of Pharmacy 

State Librarian, rebinding 

State Librarian, cataloguer's salary 

State Librarian, specific, to buy old 
papers 

State Librarian, assistant and ste- 
nographer 

State Board Forestry, commission- 
ers' salaries 

State Board Forestry, clerk's sal- 
ary 

State Board Forestry, to buy res- 
ervation 

State Board Forestry, reservation 
expense 

State Librarian, Reference Libra- 
rian's salary 

State Board of Tax Commissioners 

State Tax Commissioners, salaries 

State Tax Commissioners, expense 

Bureau of Statistics, chief's salary 

Bureau of Statistics, deputy's salary 

Bureau of Statistics, clerks 

Bureau of Statistics, agents 

Bureau of Statistics, office expense 

Commissioner of Fisheries and 
Game, salary 

Commissioner of Fisheries and 
Game, expense 

Department of Inspection, office 

expense 

Department of Inspection, chief's 
salary 

Department of Inspection, stenog- 
rapher 

Department of Inspection, travel-; 
iiiij- expense 



|7,524 02 

7.110 68 

600 00 

1,01* 51 

1,550 00 

|0. (MM) 00 

5,224 77 

3,082 30 

412 28 

549 96 

2.000 00 

4. r )0 00 

277 18 

350 00 

16,000 <hi 

2.1 Hid 00 

549 96 
4,473 59 
4,01 

685 40 
2.000 00 
1,350 00 
1,500 00 
2,500 00 
1,695 35 

1.200 00 

9,138 37 

400 00 

1,800 00 

• ioi 

2,47!' 99 



36 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Department of Inspection, deputy's 
salary 

Department of Inspection, assist- 
ant's sal a rv 

Labor Commission 

Mine Inspector, salary 

Mine Inspector, assistants' salaries 

Mine Inspector, secretary's salary. 

Mine Inspector, expense 

State Geologist, salary 

State Geologist, clerk's salary 

Department of Geology and Nat- 
ural Resources 

Supervisor Natural Gas, salary 

Supervisor Natural Gas, expense... 

Supervisor Natural Gas, assistant.. 

State Entomologist 

Custodian State Building, salary ... 

Custodian State Building, assistants 

Custodian State Building, repairs.. 

Custodian State Building, specific, 
linoleum 

Custodian State Building, specific, 
revarnishing 

Fish and Game Commissioner's 
traveling expense 

Sliiloh Battle Field Commission... 

Admiral Taylor Testimonial Com- 
mission 

Codification Commission, Commis- 
sioners' salaries 

Codification Commission, stenog- 
rapher 

Codification Commission, clerk's 
eala ry 

Codification Commission, expense. 

State Board Pardons, salaries 

State Board Pardons, clerk 

State Board Pardons, expense 

Engineers, whitewashing 

Engineers, repair on boiler 

Engineers, repairs on tank 

Legislative, House 

Legislative, Senate 

Legislative Investigating Commit 
tee 



$1,500 00 



3,944 


44 


4,763 


79 


1,800 


00 


2,400 


00 


600 


00 


3,506 


49 


2,500 


00 


720 


00 


3,800 


00 


1,200 


00 


1,000 


00 


1,032 


61 


1,000 


00 


1,500 


00 


12,905 


00 


3,000 


00 



206 77 
1,567 50 

457 15 

22,721 24 

1,598 25 

3,802 14 

705 18 

1,312 51 

435 88 

426 00 

20 00 

215 73 

150 00 

500 00 

135 50 

71,950 99 

47,746 48 



1,302 24 



37 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Supervisor Oil Inspection, salary... 

Supervisor Inspection of Oil, ex- 
pense 

W. B. Burford, Specific appropria- 
tion 

W. B. Burford, specific appropria- 
tion 

Zoe Quaintance, specific appropri- 
ation 

Gansburg & Rooney, specific ap- 
[ i ropri ation 

27th Indiana Regimental Associa- 
tion, specific appropriation 

H. A. Mansfield, specific appropri- 
ation 

Daniel Foley, specific appropria- 
tion 

M. S. Claypool, specific appropri- 
ation 

Minnie Geoggles, specific appro- 
priation 

Mortimer Levering, specific appro- 
priation 

F. A. Balser, specific appropriation 

G. W. Hall, specific appropriation. 
Royal Insurance Company, specific 

appropriation 

John S. Ryland, specific appropri- 
ation 

R. 8. Foster, specific appropriation 

Custodian State Building, water 
and ice 

Custodian State Building, illumi- 
nating 

Engineer State Building, salary.... 

Engineer State Building, assistants 

Engineer State Building, repairs... 

Engineer State Building, heat 

Engineer State Building, specific, 
plumbing 

Tippecanoe Battle Ground 

Lucinda M. Morton 

Soldiers' aud Sailors' Monument... 

Purdue University, U. S. appro- 
priation 



$1,875 


00 


347 


21 


2,505 


48 


1*4 


31 


lor, 


00 


285 


45 


130 


00 


5,569 


09 


4,370 


80 


182 


57 


20 


00 


353 

1,036 

225 


90 

88 
56 


190 


15 


337 
600 


75 

00 


2,057 


47 


3,500 
1,500 
4,970 
2,000 

6,982 


00 
00 
00 
36 
01 


1,791 

300 

1,200 

10,970 

43,438 


15 
00 
00 
09 

44 



38 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Purdue University, County Insti- 
tutes 

Purdue University, Agricultural 
building and equipments 

Purdue University, maintenance, 
equipment and instruction School 
Agriculture 

Purdue University, interest on 
bonds 

State Normal School, Board of 
Visitors 

Indiana University, interest on 
bonds 

Indiana University, extension heat- 
ing plant 

Indiana University, Science build- 
ing 

State Institute, Visiting Committee 

State Veterinarian, assistants 

State Veterinarian, supplies 

State Veterinarian, salary 

State Veterinarian, expense 

State Dairymen's Association 

Commission to codify mining laws 

Interest New State House loan 

Interest Temporary loan 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 
special 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 
changing light 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 
changing heat < 

State Horticultural Society 

Custodian, recarpet Senate Cham- 
ber 

Custodian, recarpet House Repre- 
sentatives 

Custodian, window shades 

Custodian, specific, water 

Custodian, window repairs 

Custodian, flag fund 

Purdue University, power and 
heating plant 

Interest School Fund Refunding 
loan 

Payment on bonds 



$10,000 00 
24,352 50 

10,000 00 

17,000 00 

175 40 

7,200 00 

6,253 29 

40,000 00 

163 75 

626 00 

168 30 

1,200 00 

600 53 

500 00 

112 58 

26,276 25 

20,495 00 

421 61 

2,635 30 

1,991 25 
1,000 00 

712 10 

756 88 
153 63 
612 84 
2,000 00 
150 00 

21,550 07 

38,163 55 
450,000 00 



39 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Tax es refunded 

Taxes t ra 1 1 b fe r red 

State Revenue, current taxes 

Docket Fees, Circuit Court 

Advance payment by counties 

Central Hospital for Insane, main- 
tenance 

Central Hospital for Insane, cloth- 
ing ; ;•• 

Central Hospital for Insane, repairs 

Central Hospital for Insane, spe- 
cific, plumbing 

Central Hospital for Insane, spe- 
cific pai nting 

Central Hospital for Insane, spe- 
cific, boiler plant 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
maintenance 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
repai rs 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
clothing 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, automatic stoker 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, bakery 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, coal shed 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, store room 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, dining room 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, laund ry 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, workshop 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
refrigerator apparatus 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 
maintenance 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 
repai rs 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 
clothing , 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, dining room , 



si 06 00 

224 14 

45 00 

70 00 

1,271,130 53 

276,012 36 

11,964 52 
14,800 <">7 

3,983 41 

3,283 70 

40,000 00 

124,238 41 

4,000 00 

3,100 00 

1,000 00 

2,437 49 

3,641 85 

4,047 52 

166 39 

55 51 

1,573 80 

741 78 

105,7! is 49 

3,988 45 

2,998 83 

•2.^72 01 



40 



DISBURSEMENTS— Contiuued. 



Eastern Hospital for Insane, 

specific, sewer and plumbing 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 

specific, electric light plant... 

Southern Hospital for Insane, 

maintenance 

Southern Hospital for Insane, 

repairs 

Southern Hospital for Insane, 

clothing 

Southern Hospital for Insane, 

specific, painting 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 

maintenance 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 

repairs 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 

industries 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 

specific, repair roof 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 

specific, additional salaries 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 

specific, oak box 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 

specific, brick walk 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 

cement floor school building 

Commission for the Deaf and Dumb 
Institution for the Blind, mainte- 
nance 

Institution for the Blind, repairs... 
Institution for the Blind, library ... 
Institution for the Blind, industries 
School for Feeble-Minded, mainte- 
nance • 

School for Feeble-Minded, repairs 
School for Feeble-Minded, specific, 

painting 

School for Feeble-Minded, specific, 

coal house 

School for Feeble-Minded, specific, 

new laundry 

School for Feeble-Minded, specific, 
- east wins: to Colonial 



$7,954 74 

1,477 42 

97,584 21 

4,000 00 

2,538 72 

440 20 

64,839 39 

3,358 5(3 

3,423 97 

255 57 

900 00 

6 00 

76 76 

154 11 

24 00 
29,997 28 

1,999 66 

496 05 

2,499 96 

111,604 96 
4,000 00 

1,378 37 

2,149 58 

1,570 00 

22,414 63 



. 41 

DISBURSEMENTS- Continued. 



School for Feeble-Minded, specific, 
building coal shed 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Some, maintenance 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, repairs 

Soldiers' ami Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, library 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, insurance 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, specific, agents' fund ... 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, specific, coal bouse 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, silo 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphan-' 
Home, specific, cold storage ... 

State Soldiers' Home, maintenance 

State Soldiers' Home, Command- 
ant's salary 

Institution for tbe Blind, boiler 
stoker 

School for Feeble-Minded, heating 
Custodial Cottage for Girls 

Scbool for Feeble- Minded, air com- 
j > ressor 

School for Feeble-Minded, addi- 
tion to boiler house 

State Soldiers' Home, Adjutant's 
s;i I a ry 

State Soldiers' Home, beating plant 

State Soldiers' Home, repairs 

Reform Scbool for Boys, mainte- 
nance 

Reform Scbool for Boys, repairs ... 

Reform Scbool for Boys, specific, 
to purchase farm 

Reform School for Boys, specific, 
stokers 

Reform School for Boys, specific, 
to buy carriage 

Reform Scbool for Boys, specific, 
sewerage 

Reform Scbool for Boys, specific,' 
brick machine 



$2,023 


71 


00,000 


00 


3.:»oo 


00 


300 


00 


700 


00 


471 


81 


2,293 


66 


525 


no 


4,862 
89,121 


22 
17 


1,200 


00 


1,996 


70 


1,527 


06 


182 


51 


1,282 


16 


900 
21,138 

4,280 


00 
50 
53 


6,350 
3,000 


00 
00 


6,073 


75 


1,210 


00 


400 


00 


1,204 


79 


800 


00 



42 . 

DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, maintenance... 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, model kitchen 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, repairs 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, discharge al- 
lowance 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, fence 

Industrial School for Girls, pur- 
chase farm, etc 

Indiana Prison, streets and grounds 

Indiana Prison, roof and paint 

Industrial School and Woman's 
Prison, finding homes for girls, 
etc 

Indiana Prison, maintenance 

Indiana Prison, repairs 

Indiana Prison, paroled prisoners 
and supervision of same 

Indiana Prison, trades and indus- 
tries 

Indiana Prison, cold storage 

Indiana Prison, filing cases 

Indiana State Prison, discharged 
prisoners 

Indiana State Prison, criminal in- 
sane 

Indiana State Prison, paroled 
prisoners 

Indiana State Prison, library 

Indiana Reformatory, maintenance 

Indiana Reformatory, repairs 

Indiana Reformatory, library 

Indiana Reformatory, school work. 

Indiana Reformatory, paroled pris- 
oners 

Indiana Reformatory, transfer pris- 
oners 

Indiana Reformatory, trade school 

Indiana Reformatory, water closets 

Indiana Reformatory, replacing 
roofs 

Indiana Reformatory, dental outfit 



$36,865 89 

675 30 

2,576 01 

20 00 

500 00 

11,990 29 

5,256 47 

758 42 



341 90 

98,162 53 
4,949 72 

1,939 83 

1,084 88 

24 90 

233 15 

3,590 97 

994 74 

3,500 00 

499 57 

105,249 17 

3,990 71 

498 22 
998 60 

12,000 00 

264 80 

4,999 65 

565 07 

468 64 
130 00 



43 



DISBURSEMKNTS-Continued. 



Indiana Reformatory, cooking 

range 

Indiana Reformatory, paving street 
Indiana Prison Labor Commission 
Prison Reform Board 

Summary. 

Executive 

Tndiana Soldiers 

Public printing, advertising and 

stationery 

Election ballots 

Judiciary.- 

Educational 

Bureaus aud departments 

State House 

Miscellaneous 

Interest on State debt 

Payment State debt 

Advance payments 

Benevolent institutions 

Penal i nstitutions 

Total 



School Revenue for Tuition. 

School Revenue apportionments, 
January and May 



Total 



College Fund, Principal. 

New loans made and transfers. 
Total 



$998 75 

15 00 

21 8 <»•', 

4 82 



$81,969 07 


78,939 


88 


49,442 


64 


2,070 


00 


339,083 


25 


206,753 


59 


160,737 


01 


47,251 


21 


159,994 


13 


84,934 


70 


450,000 


00 


1,271,150 


53 


1,212,154 


36 


381,216 


32 



$2,372,237 56 



$5,131 35 



College Fund, Interest. 

Professors' salaries and refunded. 
Total 



$12,117 10 



§4,525,696 69 



2,372,237 56 



5,131 35 



12.117 10 



44 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Principal. 






Apportionment of funds to counties 


$61,954 54 




Total 




$61,954 54 


Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Interest. 






$29,818 62 








Total 




29,818 62 


Benevolent Institution Fund. 




Transfer to General Fund 


$691,098 13 








Total 




691,098 13 


State Debt Sinking Fund. 






Transfer to General Fund 


$414,559 70 








Total 




414,559 70 


Educational Institution Fund. 


• 




Indiana University 


$92,228 35 
69,171 25 
69,171 25 




State Normal 








Total 




230,570 85 


Sales Permanent Endowment 
Fund Lands. 






Transfer to Permanent Endow- 


$18,538 47 
14 15 




Expense sale of lands 




Total 




18,552 62 



45 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Unclaimed Estates. 

Claims paid 


-5205 


41 


|265 

7,050 








Total 


|7,650 


18 


41 


Sales College Fund Lands. 

Transfer to College Fund, interest, 
and College Fund, principal 




Total 


$1,105,657 

245,882 
1,104,236 


83 

80 
58 


18 






Grand total of disbursements for 
war ending October 31, 1903 

Less transfer from Benevolent In- 
stitutions and State Debt Sink- 
ing Fund to General Fund 

Less School Fund reapportion- 

Less advance pavnient 


18,369,652 

2,455,777 


75 






Total 




16 







Net disbursements $5,913,875 59 



RKCAPITULATION. 

Balance in treasury, Oct. 31, 1902.. 
Net receipts for year ending Oct, 
31,1903 

Total 



Disbursements for year ending 
Oct. 31, 1903 



Balance in treasury, Oct. 31, 1903 



^512,800 57 
5,70! i,4oo 90 



$6,222,261 47 



5,913,875 59 



$308,885 88 



46 



CLASSIFICATION 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 



FROM THE GENERAL FUND 



For the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1903. 



GOVERNORS OFFICE. 

Governor, salary 

Governor, secretary's salary 

Governor, clerk's salary 

Governor, messenger's salary 

Governor, office expense 

Governor, civil and military con- 
tingent fund 

Governor, house rent 

Governor, contingent fund for in- 
stitutions 

Adjutant-General, salary 

Adjutant-General, clerk's salary... 

Adjutant- General, stenographer's 
salary 

Quartermaster-General, salary 

Total 

lieutenant-governor's office. 

Lieutenant-Governor's salary 

Total 

SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE. 

Secretary of State, salary 

Secretary of State, deputy's salary 
Secretary of State, clerk's salary... 
Secretary of State, stenographer's 

salary 

Secretary of State, additional 

stenographer's salary 

Secretary of State, office expense.. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



$5,000 00 

2,400 00 

941 68 

941 68 

944 56 

3,790 58 

1,800 00 

7,676 37 

1,937 50 

900 00 

480 00 

1,156 70 



$27,969 07 



$1,000 00 



$1,000 00 



$6,500 00 

1,800 00 

915 80 

600 00 

300 00 
583 44 



47 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS Continue.!. 



Secretary of State, distribution of 


Receipt 

si, 477 

64,384 

67,201 
4,527 


50 

06 

65 

67 

88 


Diabu atmetu 

$811 
915 

0,140 

1,000 

407 

l.Too 

1,500 


9 

65 


Distribution Acts 1903 

Publishing Ads L903 

Foreisrn corporation fund 


98 
51 

00 


Secretary of State, distribution of 
Supreme and Appellate Court 

Secretary of State, sales Supreme 

and Appellate Court Reports 

Secretary of State, steel tiling 


30 

00 


Secretary of State, incorporation 




Secretary of State, incorporation 




Secretary of State, miscellaneous 




Secretary of State, Clerk Printing 


00 






Total 


$137,590 


$23,234 


68 


AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE. 




Auditor of State, salary 


$309,064 
1,187 

70 


89 
7o 
00 


$7,500 

2.5(H) 
1.20U 

L,800 

1,791 

l.ooo 
f,800 

720 
1,199 


00 


Auditor of State, deputy's salary.. 
Auditor of State, clerk's salary .... 
Auditor of State, insurance clerk's 


00 
00 

00 


Auditor of State, insurance actu- 
Auditor of State, deputy insurance 


65 

00 


Auditor, of State, land clerk's 


00 


Auditor of State, stenographer's 

Auditor of State, office expense.... 
Auditor of State, insurance fees 


50 

77 


Auditor of State, building and loan 
Auditor ot' State, trust company 





48 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Auditor of State, miscellaneous 
receipts 

Auditor of State, incorporation fees 



Total 



TREASURER OF STATE S OFFICE. 

Treasurer of State, salary 

Treasurer of State, deputy's salary 
Treasurer of State, clerk's salary... 
Treasurer of State, office expense.. 

Total 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL S OFFICE. 

Attorney-General, salary 

Attorney-General, assistant's salary 

Attorney-General, deputy's salary. 

Attorney-General, traveling dep- 
uty's sala ry 

Attorney-General, stenographer's 
salary , 

Attorney-General, assistant stenog- 
rapher's salary 

Attorney-General, traveling ex 
pense 

Attorney-General, second assistant 
deputy's salary 

Attorney-General, specific, tele- 
phone 

Attorney-General, traveling dep- 
uty's expense 

Attorney-General, office expense... 

Attorney-General, law books 

Attorney-General, specific, es 
cheated estates 

Attorney-General, specific, Meyer 
vs. Wehling 

Attorney-General, collections — 

Total 



Receipts. 

$140 96 

284 00 



$310,747 55 



$1,806 66 
$1,806 66 



Disbursements. 



52 00 



9,513 92 



$6,500 00 

1,999 96 

720 00 

300 00 

$9,519 96 



$7,500 00 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 

2,400 00 
900 00 
720 00 

1,662 62 

900 00 

145 26 

567 90 
690 76 
223 20 

997 80 

180 00 

$21,287 54 



49 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



STATE .JUDICIARY. 

Supreme Court. 

Supreme Court Judges, salaries.... 

Supreme Court Judges, steno- 
graphic service 

Supreme Court, Law Librarian's 
salary 

Supreme Court, sheriff's salary 

Supreme Court, messenger's salary 

Supreme Court law library 

Supreme Court Chambers 

Total 

Clerk Supreme Court. 

Clerk Supreme Court, salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, deputy's sal- 
ary 

Clerk Supreme Court, assistant 
deputy's salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, stenogra- 
pher's salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, record 
clerk's salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, office ex- 
pense 

Clerk Supreme Court, Supreme 
Court fees 

Clerk Supreme Court, Appellate 
Court fees 

Total 

Reporter Supreme Court. 

Reporter Supreme Court, salary... 

Reporter Supreme Court, deputy's 
salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, clerk's 
salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, stenog- 
rapher's salary 

4— Aud. Report. 



Receipts. 



$125 00 



f£,138 88 

4,148 35 



§8,281 23 



Disbursement*. 

§27,312 65 

2,708 30 

1,800 00 

600 00 

1,200 00 

1,986 50 

1,097 55 



§37,605 00 

§5,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

000 00 

750 00 

749 16 



§10,399 16 

§4,641 66 

1,800 00 

1.000 00 

720 00 



50 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Reporter Supreme Court, office ex- 
pense 

Total 

Appellate Court. 

Appellate Court Judges, salaries... 

Appellate Court Judges, steno- 
graphic service 

Appellate Court Judges, messen- 
ger's salary 

Appellate Court Chambers 

Total 

Local Courts. 

Superior Court Judges, salaries 

Circuit Court Judges, salaries 

Prosecuting Attorneys, salaries 

Total 

Expense Convicts. 

Sheriffs' mil eage 

Total 

SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
OFFICE. 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

salary , 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

deputy's salary 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

clerk's salary 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

stenographer's salary 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

traveling expenses 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

office expense 




$681 90 



Disbursements. 

$90 00 



$8,251 66 

$31,162 55 

3,250 00 

660 00 
1,909 27 



,981 82 



$26,770 59 

157,684 83 

29,000 00 



$213,455 42 



$11,102 65 



$11,102 65 



^3,000 00 

1,500 00 

1,050 00 

660 00 

600 00 

999 90 



51 



RECEIPTS AND DISBLJRSEMENTS-Continued. 



State Board of Education 

Board of School Book Commis- 
sioners 

Certificates of Teachers 

Total 

STATE LIBRARIAN'S OFFICE. 

State Librarian, salary 

State Librarian, assistants' salary.. 

State Librarian, books and binding 

State Librarian, distribution public 

documents and office expenses... 

State Librarian, janitor's salary 

State Librarian, cataloguer's salary 
State Librarian, Reference Librari- 
an's salary 

State Librarian, assistant and ste- 

n ographer's salary 

State Librarian, to buy old papers 
State Librarian, rebinding books... 
Public Library Commission, books, 

etc 

Public Library Commission, ex- 
pense 

• Total 



Bureaus, Departments and 
Commissions. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

State Board of Health, secretary's 
salary 

State Board of Health, chief clerk's 
salary 

State Board of Health, expense.... 

Total 



Disbursements. 

$3,000 00 




9,328 85 



52 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES. 

State Board of Charities, expense . 
State Board of Charities, agents... 
State Board of Truancy 

Total 

STATE BOARD OF FORESTRY. 

State Board of Forestry, secre- 
tary's salary 

State Board of Forestry, office ex- 
pense 

State Board of Forestry, expense.. 

State Board of Forestry, to buy 
reservation 

State Board of Forestry, commis- 
sioner's salary 

State Board of Forestry, clerk's 
salary 

Total 

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

State Board of Agriculture 

Total 

STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL REGISTRA- 
TION AND EXAMINATION. 

State Board of Medical Registra- 
tion and Examination 

Total 

STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY. 

State Board of Pharmacy 

Total 



Receipts. 



$110 00 

80 00 



$190 00 



$18 51 



$18 51 



$5,314 60 



>,314 60 



1,913 00 



$3,913 00 



Disbursements. 



57,524 62 

7,110 63 

600 00 



$15,235 25 



$1,550 00 

1,018 51 

2,000 00 

16,000 00 

277 18 

350 00 



521,195 69 



$10,000 00 



$10,000 00 



$5,224 77 



$5,224 77 



$3,082 30 



53,082 30 



53 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF TAX COMMISSIONERS 

State Board of Tax Commissi* hilts 
Total ". 

STATE TAX COMMISSIONERS. 

State Tax Commissioners, salaries 
State Tax Commissioners, expense 



Total 



SllILOH BATTLEFIELD COMMISSION. 

Shiloh Battlefield Commission 

Total 



Admiral Taylor Testimonial Com- 
mission 



Tota 



COMMISSION TO CODIFY MINING LAWS. 

Commission to Codify Mining Laws 
Total 

BUREAU OF STATISTICS. 

Bureau of Statistics, salary of chief 

Bureau of Statistics, salary of 
deputy 

Bureau of Statistics, salary of 
clerks 

Bureau of Statistics, agents" ex- 
pense 

Bureau of Statistics, office expense 

Total 



Disbursements. 



$4,47:5 59 



lit;; 59 



$4,0<)0 00 
085 40 



$4,085 40 



$22,721 24 



<22,721 24 
|1,598 2."> 



$1,598 25 



8112 58 



S112 5* 

12*000 00 

l,35o no 
1,500 on 

2,50o i mi 
1,695 35 



844 00 | ' $9,045 35 



54 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



COMMISSIONER OF FISHERIES 
AND GAME. 

Commissioner of Fisheries and 
Game, salary 

Commissioner of Fisheries and 
Game, expense 

Commissioner of Fisheries and 
Game, traveling expense 

Total 

LABOR DEPARTMENTS. 

Department of Inspection, chief's 
salary 

Department of Inspection, deputy's 
salary 

Department of Inspection, stenog- 
rapher's salary 

Department of Inspection, assist- 
ant's salary 

Department of Inspection, travel- 
ing expense 

Department of Inspection, office 
expense 

Labor Commission 

Total...' 

CODIFICATION COMMISSION. 

Commissioners' salaries 

Stenographers' salaries 

Clerk's salary 

Office expense. 

Total 

SUPERVISOR OIL INSPECTION. 

Supervisor's salary 

ofnce expense 

Total* 




,886 20 



Disbursements. 

$1,200 00 

9,138 37 

457 15 



,795 52 



$1,800 


00 


1,500 


00 


600 


00 


3,944 44 


2,479 


99 


400 
4,763 


00 
79 


$15,488 


22 


$3,802 

705 

1,312 

435 


14 

18 
51 

88 



i,255 .71 



$1,875 00 
347 21 



52,222 21 



55 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS- Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF UEOLOUY AND 
NATURAL RESOURCES. 

State Geologist, clerk's salary 

Department of Geology and Nat- 
ural Resources expense 


Receipt*. 

$32 61 


Disbursements. 

$2,500 00 

720 00 

3,800 00 


Mine Inspector salary 


1,800 00 


Mine Inspector, assistant's salary.. 
Mine Inspector, secretary's salary.. 
Mini' Inspector expense 


2.400 00 
600 00 
3,506 49 
1,200 on 
l.oiio 00 
1,032 »il 


Supervisor Natural Gas, salary 

Supervisor Natural Gas, expense... 
Supervisor Natural Gas, assistants 


Total 


$32 

$12 


61 
50 


$18,559 10 


STATE VETERINARIAN. 

State Veterinarian, salary 


» 
$l,2oo on 


State Veterinarian, assistants 

State Veterinarian supplies 


626 00 
168 30 




600 53 






Total 


$12 

$5 
57 

42 


50 

00 
47 

70 


$2,594 83 


STATE HOUSE. 

Custodian State Building, salary... 
Custodian State Building, assist- 


$1,500 00 

12,905 00 
3.000 00 

2,057 47 


Custodian State Building, repairs 
Custodian State Building, water 
and ice 


Custodian State Building, illumi- 
nating 


3,500 00 


Custodian State Building, specific, 
lino leu in 


206 77 


Custodian State Building, specific, 
re varnishing 


1,567 50 


Custodian State Building, specific, 
decorating building 


150 00 


Engineer State Building, salary.... 
Engineer State Building, assistant- 
Engineer State Building, repairs... 


1,600 00 

4,97 

2,000 36 



56 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Custodian, reearpet Senate Cham- 
bers 

Custodian, reearpet House Cham- 
bers 

Custodian, window shades 

Custodian, specific, water 

Custodian, repairs, windows 

Engineer, whitewashing 

Engineer, boiler repairs..." 

Engineer, tank repairs 

Custodian, miscellaneous receipts.. 

Engineer State Building, heat 

Engineer State Building, specific, 
plumbing 

Total 

INDIANA MILITIA. 

Indiana Militia.. ... 

Indiana Volunteers, clothing, re- 
imbursement 

Indiana Militia, active service 

Indiana Militia, specific, war rec- 
ord and papers.. 

Total 

PRINTING. 

Public printing, advertising and 

stationery 

Election ballots 

Total 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 

changing heat 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 

changing light 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 

earnings 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 

special .' 



Receipts. 



$107 00 



$212 17 



Si;,ss;t (if) 



Disbursements. 

$712 10 

756 88 

153 63 

612 84 

2,000 00 

150 00 

500 00 

135 50 

6,982 01 

1,791 15 



$47,251 21 



$72,425 90 

14 56 

5,354 42 

145 00 



$78,939 88 



$49,442 64 
2,070 00 



$51,512 64 

$1,991 25 

2,635 30 

421 61 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 
appropriation 

State Entomologist 

Tippecanoe Battle Ground 

Lucinda M. Morton 

Premium on bonds 

Taxes transferred 

Docket Fees Circuit Court 

State Horticultural Society 

State Dairymen's Association 

Vessel tonnage 

Kankakee Land Survey 

St. Louis Exposition 

Taxes refunded..* 

Legislative. House, Session 1903... 

Legislative, Senate, Session 1903 .. 

Legislative Investigating Commit- 
tee 

Zoe Quaintance, specific, appro- 
priation 

Gansl>ury& Rooney, specific, appro- 
priation 

Twenty -, Seventh Indiana Regi- 
mental Association, specific, ap- 
propriation 

H. A. Mansfield, specific, appro- 
priation 

Daniel Foley, specific, appropria- 
tion 

M. S. Claypool, specific, appropria- 
tion 

Minnie Geoggles, specific, appro- 
priation 

Mortimer Levering, specific, appro- 
priation 

F. A. Bolser, specific, appropriation 

G. W. Hall, specific, appropriation 
Royal Insurance Company, specific, 

appropriation 

John S. Ry land, specific, appropria- 
tion 

R. S. Foster, specific, appropria- 
tion 



Recei/)ls. 


Disbursement t. 


$7 50 


$K),07<) 09 




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300 oo 




l,2oo 00 


180 4ii 


224 14 


12,345 31 


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500 DO 


244 11 






650 00 




4.:. is 88 




im; 00 


35 00 


71,950 99 




47,746 4* 




1,302 24 




105 00 



Total 





iao 00 




5,569 00 




4.: , ,70 80 




182 57 




20 00 




353 90 




1,036 ^s 




225 56 




190 15 




337 75 




000 00 


|19,702 03 


$159,994 13 



285 45 



58 



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TAXATION. 



State Revenue 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

Benevolent Institution Fund 



Total 



INTEREST ON STATE DEBT. 

Interest New State House loan 

Interest Temporary loan 

Interest School Fund Refunding 
loan 



Total 



PAYMENT ON STATE DEBT. 

Payment School Fund Refunding 
bonds 



Total 



ADVANCE PAYMENTS BY COUNTIES. 

Advance payments by counties... 
Total 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

Purdue University, U. S. app'n 

Purdue University, county insti- 
tutes 

Purdue University, power and 
heating plant 

Purdue University, Agricultural 
buildings and equipments 

Purdue University, maintenance, 
equipment and instruction 

Purdue University, interest on 
bonds 

State Normal School, Board <>i 
Visitors 



Receipts. 



$1,363,110 61 
414,559 70 
691,098 13 



$2,468,768 44 



,104,236 53 



$1,104,236 53 



$25,000 00 



Disbursements. 



$45 00 



$45 00 



$26,276 25 
20,495 00 

38,163 55 



4,934 70 



$450,000 00 



$450,000 00 



,271,150 53 



$1,271,150 53 

$43,438 44 
10,000 00 
21,550 07 
24,352 50 
10,000 00 
17,000 00 
175 40 



59 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



State Normal School, specific, 
boiler house 

[ndiana University, interest on 
bonds 

Indiana University, Science build- 
ing • • 

Indiana I niversity, heating plant. 

Indiana University, Visiting Coni- 
mittee 

Total 

CENTRAL HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 

Mai ntenance 

Clothing 

Repairs 

Earnings 

Receipts from counties 

1 '1 u nibing 

Painting 

New boiler plant 

Total 

NORTHERN HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 

Maintenance 

Repai rs 

Ea mi ngs 

Receipts from counties 

Specific, automatic stoker 

Specific, bakery 

Clothing 

Specific, coal shed 

Specific, store room 

Specific, dining room 

Specific, laundry 

Specific, workshop 

Specific, refrigerator apparatus 

Total 



Receipts. 



.525,000 00 ^180,133 45 



sj.no 20 



11,512 78 



813,022 98 



5166 65 
3,358 34 



Dishuigemenls. 



$7,200 <mi 

4<ui o 

6,253 20 

163 7-") 



$270,012 36 
11,964 52 
14,800 67 



3,983 41 

3,283 7<» 

40,000 00 



8350,044 66 



8124,238 41 
4,000 00 



1,000 00 
2. 4: 17 40 
3,100 on 
3.041 85 
4.047 52 

100 39 

.")•") 51 

1,573 80 

741 78 



$3,524 09 $145,002 75 



60 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



EASTERN HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



Maintenance 

Earnings .-... 

Receipts from counties 

Repairs 

Specific; sower and plumbing 

Specific, dining room 

Clothing 

Specific, electric light plant... 



Total 



SOUTHERN HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



Maintenance 

Earnings 

Repairs 

Receipts from counties, 

Clothing 

Specific, painting.. 



Total 



INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND. 



Maintenance ... 

Repairs 

Earnings 

Library 

Receipts from counties. 
Industries 



Total 



INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND 
DUMB. 

Commission for Deaf and Dumb. 

Maintenance 

lu-pairs 

Earnings 



Receipts. 



|109 69 
2,977 43 



!,087 12 



$39 65 
3,012 65 



1,052 30 





$29,997 28 




1,999 66 


$417 26 






496 05 


5 23 






2,499 96 


$422 49 


$34,992 95 



$709 03 



Disbursements. 



$105,798 49 



3,988 45 

7,954 74 

2,872 01 

2,998 83 

1,477 42 



^125,089 94 

$97,584 21 

4,000 00 

2,538 72 
440 20 



$104,563 13 



$24 00 

64,839 39 

3,358 56 



61 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



[ndustrial proceeds 

Industries , 

Receipts from counties 

Specific, roof repairs 

Specific, additional salaries, 

Specific, oak l»<>x 

Specific, brick walk 

Specific, cement fioor, etc... 
Boiler and stoker 



Total 



SCHOOL FOR FEEBLE- MINDED. 



Maintenance 

Repairs 

Earnings 

Specific, painting 

Specific, coal house 

Specific, new laundry 

Specific, coal 

Specific, east wing to Colonial 

Building 

Heating Custodial Cottages for 

Girls 

Addition to boiler house 

Air compressor 




$4,642 10 



Total 



soldiers' and sailors' orphans' 

HOME. 

Maintenance 

Repairs 

Library 

Insurance 

Specific, agent's fund 

Specific, coal house 

Specific, silo 

Specific, cold storage 

Total 



3,280 50 



S7,872 60 



Ditburiements. 

$3,423 97 

256 W 

906 oi» 

6 00 

7% 7<; 

154 11 

1,196 70 



$75,085*06 



si 11.004 96 
4,000 00 

1,378 37 
2,149 58 
1.570 00 
2.023 71 

22,414 83 

1,527 06 

1.2*2 16 
182 51 



$148,132 98 



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no 


300 


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700 


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471 


81 


2,293 


66 


S2S 


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4,862 


22 


$112,652 


69 



62 



KECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



STATE SOLDIERS HOME. 

Maintenance 

Heating plant 

Commandant's salary 

Adjutant's salary 

Receipts 

Government aid 

Repairs 

Total 

REFORM SCHOOL FOR BOYS 

Maintenance 

Repairs 

Specific, to buy farm 

Specific, stokers 

Receipts from counties 

Specific, to buy carriage 

Support U. S. prisoners 

Receipts and earnings 

Specific, sewerage 

Specific, brick machine 

Total 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND 
WOMAN'S PRISON. 

Maintenance 

Receipts from counties 

Repairs 

Receipts and earnings 

Discharge allowance 

Model kitchen 

Fence 

For purchase of farm 

Finding homes for girls and super- 
visi on 

Total 



Receipts 



|269 33 
26,920 91 



$27,290 24 





$63,500 00 
3,000 00 
6,073 75 
1,210 00 


$31,754 46 


400 00 


182 66 




111 66 






1,204 79 




800 00 


$32,048 78 


$76,188 54 



$15,818 87 
1,227 12 


$36,865 89 
2,576 01 




20 00 




675 30 




500 00 




11,990 29 




341 90 


$17,045 99 


$52,969 39 



Disbursements. 



,121 17 

21,138 50 

1,200 00 

900 00 



4,280 53 



$116,640 20 



C3 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



INDIANA STATE PRISON. 

Maintenance 

Earnings 

Repairs 

Discharged prisoners 

Paroled prisoners 

Library 

Criminal insane 

Streets and grounds 

Hoof and paint 

Paroled prisoners and supervision, 

etc 

Trades and industries 

Cold storage 

Filing cases 

Total 

Prison Labor Commission 

Total 

Prison Reform Board 

Total 

STATE BOARD PARDONS. 

Members' salaries 

Clerk's salary 

Expense 

Total 

INDIANA REFORMATORY. 

Maintenance 

Earnings 

Repairs 

Library 

School work 

I 'aroled prisoners 

Trade schools 

Transfer prisoners 



Receipts. 



$52,259 82 





4,949 72 




3,590 97 




3.500 00 




499 57 




994 74 




.".,256 47 




758 42 




1,939 83 




1,084 88 




24 90 




233 15 


$52,259 82 


1120,995 18 




$218 05 


$218 05 




U 82 


$4 82 



$06,003 77 



Disbursement*. 



$98,162 53 



$426 00 

20 00 
215 73 



$661 73 



$105,249 17 

3,990 71 

498 22 

998 <;n 

12,000 00 

4.!'!'!' 65 

204 80 



64 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Closets 

Replacing roofs 

Dental outfit 

Cooking range. 
Paving streets ., 

Total 



Receipts. 


Disbursemenli. 




$565 07 




468 64 




130 00 




998 75 




15 00 


$(36,003 77 


$130,178 61 



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MAY, 1903, SETTLEMENT— Continued. 



A Tabular Statement Showing the Amounts of Moneys Paid Into 
the Various Funds of the State Treasury by the Several Coun- 
ties of the State at the Hay, 1903, Semi-Annual Settlement. 



NAME OF COUNTY. 


T3 

roc 

£t3m 
P4 


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$61 15 

132 60 

75 85 

44 ftO 

56 01 

101 55 
31 46 

72 70 
127 99 

105 07 

117 56 

103 76 

45 00 
35 00 
18 00 

75 86 
161 39 
60 00 
60 10 
159 47 

72 91 
84 55 
80 65 
13 67 
52 78 

99 85 
188 30 

57 00 
99 67 

67 50 

112 78 
80 00 
72 00 

102 89 

100 00 

84 90 

47 19 

68 70 

85 45 
43 62 

50 95 

101 98 

106 05 

48 29 
112 39 




$76 00 
162 00 
34 00 
158 00 
116 00 

136 00 


120,351 34 


Allen 




82,407 08 






30,127 52 




$12 31 


24,415 37 




14,967 65 






33,868 17 






3,704 43 






72 00 


22,566 14 






38,487 39 


Clark 


13 30 


32 00 


26,388 37 


Clay 


25,417 68 


Clinton 




58 00 

32 00 

121 00 


31,832 60 






5,967 53 






23.103 76 






18,735 89 






54 60 

44 00 

390 00 

103 40 

155 75 

24 00 

20 00 

75 00 

28 00 

114 00 


23.459 83 


Dekalb 




26,838 16 






48,308 94 






15,841 15 


Elkhart 




46,488 11 






18.101 99 


Floyd 




24,306 20 






22,363 18 






15,951 32 


Fulton 




18,804 30 


Gibson 




28,605 19 






92 00 
94 00 


49,844 37 


Greene 




24.111 80 






30,429 59 


Hancock 




76 00 

54 70 
212 00 
291 50 


25,425 64 






13,301 67 


Hendricks 




26,843 67 


Henry 




32,298 89 


Howard 




29.707 79 


Huntington 




' 206 00 

155 40 
34 00 

168 00 
22 00 


31,953 32 






23,112 55 






16,001 78 


Jay 




26.103 53 






19,038 72 






11,379 23 






194 00 
121 00 
36 00 


25.410 76 


Knox 




33,372 38 






34,144 65 






19.346 81 






58.752 67 



99 



MAY, 1903, SETTLEMENT— Continued. 



NAME OF COUNTY. 



IB © « 

P S S, 

£.2 « 






Laporte .. 
Lawrence . 
Madison.. 
Marion ... 
Marshall . 



Martin 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 
Morgan 



Newton. 

Noble... 
Ohio.... 
Orange . . 
Owen ... 



Parke . 
Perry . 
Pike . . 
Porter 

Posey. 



Pulaski... 
Putnam .. 
Randolph 

Ripley 

Rush 



Scott — 
Shelby.. 
Spencer. 
Starke . . . 
Steuben 



St. Joseph. .. 

Sullivan 

Switzerland . 
Tippecanoe , 
Tipton 



Union 

Vanderburgh 
Vermillion ... 
Vigo 



Wabash 

Warren 

Warrick 

Washington , 



Wayne . 
Wells... 
White .. 
Whitley 



H29 71 

37 14 

142 50 

629 60 

44 15 


34 81 
101 29 

66 56 
115 62 

59 20 


37 16 
93 35 
17 60 
50 94 

52 27 


74 10 
44 82 
24 11 
70 17 
81 09 


44 05 
48 00 


72 88 
74 61 


25 00 
70 20 
13 40 
33 72 
125 77 


172 14 

79 35 
43 53 
147 36 
66 17 


27 18 
224 90 

50 85 
218 34 


100 57 
40 32 
75 73 
22 50 


148 00 

77 80 
67 80 
62 44 



$44 00 

62 00 

1,132 70 



72 00 

52 00 
129 20 

46 00 
38 00 
88 00 

2 00 

53 00 
20 00 

54 00 
20 00 

56 00 

59 00 

6 00 

32 00 



98 00 



52 00 
8 00 



38 00 
78 00 
22 00 
28 00 
46 00 

72 00 
30 00 



96 00 
6 00 



138 00 

70 00 

184 HO 

132 46 

122 00 

52 00 

'"48 00 



846,559 69 
19,078 01 
63,659 56 

284,989 83 
25,244 57 

8,239 50 
26,359 45 
15,383 73 
39,337 16 
18,983 44 

15,698 17 
30,839 31 
3,736 96 
10,083 91 
11,727 64 

22,804 94 
9,167 11 
12,399 77 
29,467 60 
26,K9 16 

12,107 33 
26,452 31 
31,475 75 
16,891 40 
29,531 55 

4,932 52 
35,978 04 
14,387 25 
10,155 70 
14,967 80 

65,666 06 
23,764 23 
8,511 93 
55,078 35 
18,584 18 

10,034 54 
69,812 57 
15,219 60 
66,827 03 

32,712 58 
17,492 78 
14,577 10 
15,698 03 

48,768 58 
24,279 70 
23,551 35 
21,688 34 



100 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAX. 



Tabular Statement of the Collection of Poll Tax as Shown by 

the December, 190.2, Settlement Sheet. 



NAME OF COUNTY. 


State Revenue. 


1» 
CO 

£0 

CO 




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a 

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Pi 

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$529 25 

1,740 75 

283 00 

667 20 

362 25 

863 50 
242 75 
442 30 
687 00 
370 00 

796 50 
817 00 
263 00 
603 40 

450 50 

451 20 


$529 25 

1.740 75 

283 00 

667 20 

362 25 

863 50 
242 75 
442 30 
687 00 
370 00 

796 50 
817 00 
263 00 
603 40 

450 50 

451 20 




$266 75 

1.416 48 

126 74 

792 74 

683 36 

1,727 00 
187 74 
526 30 


$1,315 25 


Allen 


■ $3,481 50 


8,379 48 




692 74 




667 20 
362 25 

863 50 
485 50 
884 60 
1,374 00 
370 00 

1,593 00 
817 00 
925 50 
603 40 

450 50 

451 20 


2,794 34 


Blackford 


1,770 11 




4,317 50 




1,158 74 




2,295 50 




2,748 00 


Clark 


320 00 

139 75 

1,022 75 

302 35 

817 42 
347 43 

492 80 


1,330 00 


Clay 


3,325 75 




3,473 75 




1.753 85 

2,627 62 




1,698 93 




1,846 40 


Dekalb. 






2,088 50 
463 50 
993 50 

285 50 
142 75 
478 50 
427 18 
536 95 

863 67 
1.240 90 
606 50 
791 00 
661 00 

645 25 
706 50 
863 oo 
732 39 
986 25 

559 50 

4H4 31 
986 25 

493 7.'. 
326 75 

521 67 
531 50 
139 5o 

391 2;"> 

•J.V> 50 


2,088 50 
463 50 
993 50 

285 50 
142 75 
478 50 
427 18 
536 95 

863 67 

1,240 90 
606 50 
791 fO 
661 00 

645 25 
706 50 
S63 00 
732 39 
986 25 

550 50 
494 31 
986 25 
493 75 
326 75 

521 67 
631 50 
139 50 

391 25 
235 50 


2,088 50 
927 00 


2,824 64 

426 87 

1,987,00 


6,265 50 




2,280 87 


Elkhart 


3.y74 00 




571 00 


1,142 00 




48 50 

1,149 12 

50 22 

185 04 

1,895 00 

2,0.»6 11 

548 50 

3,164 00 

901 50 

720 73 
1,263 87 
1,492 50 

5S| 97 
1,313 50 

460 64 
155 56 
2,266 37 
340 ol 
338 lo 

578 s: 
56] 50 
223 70 


334 00 






2,106 12 






904 58 




i . . 

1,727 34 
2,481 80 
1.819 50 
1,582 00 
1,322 00 

1,290 50 

1,413 00 

863 00 

732 39 
iiso 25 

559 50 

986 20 

987 50 

826 75 

52] 67 


1,278 94 




5,349 68 




7,019 71 




3,581 00 




6,328 00 


Hancock 


3,545 50 
3.301 73 




1,089 87 




4,081 54 




2,782 15 




4,272 20 




2,139 14 




1.114 18 




5,225 12 




2,315 ol 




1,318 35 




2,148 88 




1,624 50 




139 50 


642 25 




782 50 




235 50 


110 50 


817 00 



101 



COLLECTION" OF POLL TAX— Continued. 



NAME OF COUNTY. 


CD 

S3 

ID 
CD 
PS 
CD 

o3 
03 


"o • 

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■^ 2 

CD S3 
02 CD 

CD > 
-3 CD 

JPh 


County Revenue. 


S § 

■5 & 

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$505 00 

509 50 

1,586 50 

5,133 99 

894 50 

317 50 
679 26 
506 65 
777 50 
928 00 

343 95 

389 88 
99 75 

426 50 
379 00 

634 00 

390 50 
423 50 
356 75 
225 00 

149 50 
709 02 
872 00 
373 87 
561 00 

220 00 
792 05 
463 50 
152 25 
1,024 00 

904 75 
429 50 
339 35 
721 37 

548 26 

211 50 

742 75 
437 50 
667 75 

843 00 
393 25 
488 50 
619 81 

705 00 

681 50 

471 00 

52 00 


$505 00 

509 50 

1,586 50 

5,133 99 

894 50 

317 50 
679 26 
506 65 
777 50 
928 00 

343 95 

389 88 
99 75 

426 50 
379 00 

634 00 

390 50 
423 50 
356 75 
225 00 

149 50 
709 02 
872 00 
373 87 
561 00 

220 00 

' 792 05 

463 50 

152 25 

1,024 00 

904 75 
429 50 
339 35 
721 37 

548 26 

211 50 

742 75 
437 50 
667 75 

843 00 
393 25 
488 50 
619 81 

705 00 

681 50 

471 00 

52 00 


$505 00 
1,019 00 
1,586 50 
5,133 99 
894 50 

635 00 
679 26 

1,113 44 
777 50 

1,856 00 


$443 00 
71 00 
2,212 87 
5,086 43 
1,118 33 

431 25 
1,145 72 
540 76 
802 50 
404 50 


$1,958 00 




2,109 00 




6,972 37 




20,488 40 




3,801 83 




1,701 25 




3,183 50 




2.767 50 




3,135 00 




4,116 50 




687 90 


Noble 






779 77 


Ohio 




87 25 

339 37 

38 00 

934 97 

663 87 

49 75 

318 37 

75 00 

112 00 

1,519 80 

1,103 37 

21 60 

1,122 00 

697 47 

177 91 

114 13 

1,124 00 

1,077 50 
102 25 
210 40 
233 94 

798 25 

423 00 

742 75 
677 00 
922 27 

939 50 
114 52 
730 50 
813 02 

815 25 


286 75 




853 00 
758 00 

1,268 00 
975 73 

1,270 50 
356 75 
450 00 

149 50 
697 24 
872 00 

747 74 
597 75 

440 00 

792 05 

1,390 59 


2.045 37 




1,554 00 




3,470 97 




2,420 60 


Pike 


2,167 25 




1,388 62 




975 00 




560 50 




3,646 86 




3,719 37 




1,517 08 




2,641 75 


Scott 


880 00 


Shelby 


3,073 62 
2,495 56 




418 63 




1,024 00 
904 75 


4,196 00 




3,791 75 




961 25 




339 35 
1,442 74 
1,096 52 

423 00 

742 75 

437 50 

1,335 50 

843 00 
786 50 
488 50 
619 81 

1,410 00 


1,228 45 




3,119 42 


Tipton ... 


2,991 29 




1,269 00 




2.971 00 




1,989 50 




3,593 27 


Wabash 

Warren 


3,468 50 
1,687 52 


Warrick 


2.196 00 


Washington 


2,672 45 


Wayne 


3,635 25 


Wells 


1,363 00 


White 

Whiiley 


942 00 


458 50 
141 75 


2,342 50 
245 75 









8— Atjd. Report. 



102 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAX. 



Tabular Statement of the Collection of Poll Tax as Shown by May, 
1903, Settlement Sheet. 



NAME OF COUNTY. 


f3 

a 

CD 

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CD 

ea 

CO 


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a 

CD 
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CD 

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p 


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$842 75 

2,546 00 

724 66 

437 50 

492 50 

1,005 00 
263 50 
497 82 

1,320 50 
718 00 

1,256 25 
974 75 
313 50 

708 75 
692 28 

553 88 
2,529 50 
1,689 50 

906 50 
1,818 50 

515 75 

269 50 
602 25 
741 02 
578 00 

1.111 26 

1,251 00 
786 50 
866 50 
738 00 

704 25 
938 50 
732 75 
834 37 

1.112 75 

953 75 
617 dO 
932 50 

ISO 25 
450 00 

r,-,s s2 

S77 mi 
1,517 00 

699 25 
1,482 00 


$842 75 

2,546 00 

724 66 

437 50 

492 50 

1,005 00 
263 50 
497 82 

1,320 50 
718 00 

1,256 25 
974 75 
313 50 
708 75 
692 28 

553 88 
2,529 50 
1,689 50 

906 50 
1,818 50 

515 75 
269 50 
602 25 
741 02 
578 00 

1.111 26 
1,251 00 

786 50 
866 50 
738 00 

704 25 
938 50 
732 75 
834 37 

1.112 75 

953 75 
617 00 

932 50 
480 25 
450 00 

ImS S2 
S77 00 

1,517 00 
699 25 

1,482 00 




$504 50 

6,376 12 

870 61 

218 37 

969 33 

2,010 00 
207 74 
606 98 

756*66' 

294 14 
1,182 37 

337 85 
1,116 39 

437 16 

617 96 
5,488 00 
2,316 24 

830 62 
3,637 00 


$2,190 00 


Allen 


$5,092 66 
724 66 

492 50 

1,005 00 
527 00 
995 64 

2,641 00 
718 00 

2,512 50 
974 75 

1,097 25 
708 75 
692 28 

553 88 


16,560 12 
3,044 50 






1,093 37 
2,446 83 






5,025 00 




1,261 74 


Carroll 


2,598 26 




5,281 00 


Clark 


2.910 00 


Clay 


5,319 14 
4,106 62 
2,062 10 








3,242 64 




2,514 00 
2,279 60 




Dekalb 


10,547 00 




1,689 50 
1,813 00 


7,384 74 




4,456 62 


Elkhart 


7,274 00 


Favette 


1,031 50 


2,063 00 


Floyd 


55 13 

1,338 35 

64 42 

156 45 

2,657 31 
1,662 13 
684 75 
1,800 00 
2,352 18 

1,208 21 
1,515 75 
1,150 75 
882 00 
1,470 37 

729 98 
177 60 
1,482 25 
401 73 
493 00 

735 80 

877 no 

2,682 00 

S9 75 

2,002 25 


594 13 






2,542 85 






1,546 46 


Fulton 


92 70 

2,222 52 
2,502 00 
2,359 50 

1,733 oa 

1,476 00 

1.408 50 
938 50 

1,465 50 
834 :-;7 

1,112 75 

953 75 


1,395 15 




7,102 35 




6,666 13 




4,617 25 




5,266 00 




5,304 18 




4,025 21 




4,331 25 




4,081 75 




3,385 11 




4,808 62 




3,591 23 




1,411 60 


932 50 

WO 50 
450 00 

658 82 


4,279 75 
2,322 73 
1,848 00 




2.712 26 




2.301 00 


Kosciueko 


1,517 00 


7,233 00 
1 ,488 25 




1,482 00 


6,448 25 



103 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAX— Continued. 



NAME OF COUNTY. 


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$1,164 00 

570 75 

2,556 25 

6,963 12 

649 25 

476 75 
837 34 
635 80 

936 00 
623 00 

426 38 
1,205 59 
148 50 
459 25 
394 50 

869 00 
690 00 
384 00 
591 25 
750 00 

430 00 
794 68 
972 50 
895 00 
588 50 

194 75 
990 68 
696 84 
294 75 
955 50 

2,499 75 
1,006 75 

560 00 
1,211 14 

594 98 

237 25 
1,134 25 

408 25 
1,305 75 

921 50 
359 25 
667 00 
653 49 

937 50 
913 00 
995 00 
943 00 


$1,164 00 

570 75 

2,556 25 

6,963 12 

649 25 

476 75 
837 34 
635 80 

936 00 
623 00 

426 38 
1,205 59 
148 50 
459 25 
394 50 

869 00 
690 00 
384 00 
591 25 
750 00 

430 00 
803 13 
972 50 
895 00 

588 50 

194 75 
990 68 
696 84 
294 75 
955 50 

2,499 75 
1,006 75 

560 00 
1,211 14 

594 98 

237 25 
1,134 25 

408 25 
1,305 75 

921 50 
359 25 
667 00 
653 49 

937 50 
913 00 
995 00 
943 00 


$1,164 00 
1,141 50 

2,556 25 

6,963 12 

649 25 

953 50 
837 34 

1,271 60 
936 00 

1,246 00 


$824 00 

194 25 

3,733 48 

6,757 97 

945 27 

535 52 
1,381 61 

745 56 
1,078 00 

338 50 


$4,316 00 




2,477 25 




11,402 23 




27,647 33 




2,893 02 




2,442 52 




3,893 63 
3,288 76 




■ 3,886 00 




2,830 50 




852 76 


Noble... 




99 26 

163 50 

418 74 

7 50 

1,306 00 

-1,011 41 

96 50 

471 50 

325 00 

242 50 

1,500 40 

1,144 00 

87 37 

626 00 


2,510 45 


Ohio 




460 50 




9'8 50 
789 00 

1,738 00 
1,724 98 
1,152 00 
591 25 
1,500 00 

430 00 

786 23 

972 50 

1,790 00 

1,177 00 

389 50 

990 68 

2,090 52 


2,255 74 




1,585 50 




4,782 00 




4,116 39 


Pike 


2,016 50 




2,245 25 




3,325 00 




1,532 50 




3,884 44 


Randolph 


4,061 50 
3,667 37 




2,080 00 


Scott 


779 00 


Shelby 


888 04 
262 56 
260 00 
218 75 

3,781 75 

1,326 25 

309 25 

595 98 

1,104 44 

474 50 
1,662 25 

591 00 
2,162 46 

1,049 75 
379 46 
934 00 
347 16 

1,102 00 


3,860 08 




3,746 76 




849 50 






2,129 75 




2,499 75 
1,006 75 
560 00 
2,422 28 
1,189 96 

474 50 
1,134 25 

408 25 
2,611 50 

921 50 

718 50 

667 00 

1,196 76 

1,875 00 


11,281 00 




4,346 50 




1,989 25 




5,440 54 


Tipton 


3,484 36 




1,423 50 


Vanderburgh 

Vermillion 


6,649 00 
1,815 75 


Vigo 


7,385 46 


Wabash 

Warren 


3,814 25 
1,816 46 


Warrick i 

Washington 


2,935 00 
2,850 90 


Wayne 


4,852 00 


Wells 


1,826 00 


White 


1,990 00 


1,124 25 

2,195 00 


5,104 25 


Whitley 


4,081 00 









104 



ALLOWANCES TO SPECIAL JUDGES. 



A Tabulated Statement Showing the Amounts Allowed Counties on 
Account of Special Judges at the. December, 1902, and the 
May, 1908, Settlement of Taxes. 



NAME OF COUNTY. 



Adams 

Allen 

Bartholomew 

Benton 

Blackford 



Boone .. 
Brown . 
Carroll. 
Cass — 
Clark.. 



Clay 

Clinton 
Crawford 

Daviess . . 
Dearborn 



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



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



Gibson ... 

Grant 

Greene . . . 
Hamilton 
Ba acock . 



Harrison — 
Hendricks . , 

Henry 

Howard 
II untington 



Jackson ■ 
Jasper . . . 

Jay 

Jellerscin 

Jennings 



Johnson. . . 
Knos .. 
Kosciusko. 
Lagrange 

Lake 



$292 50 

355 00 

5 00 

65 00 

85 00 

185 00 



35 00 
50 00 
80 00 

5 00 

130 00 



35 00 
25 00 



45 00 



50 00 



35 00 

95 00 

265 00 
85 00 



65 00 

35 00 
135 00 

If. llll 

60 00 
50 00 

20 00 

5 00 
70 00 
25 00 

370 00 

30 00 

llll III! 

15(1 (in 

6 IK) 

170 00 

50 00 
40 00 
885 00 

8(1 (HI 
('ill llll 



$80 00 
260 00 



25 00 
50 00 



245 00 



5 00 
180 00 
190 00 

20 00 
215 00 



20 00 
40 00 

35 00 
235 00 

75 00 



135 00 

65 00 
135 00 

95 00 

20 00 

365 00 

25 00 
75 00 



105 00 
135 00 

55 00 

15 (III 

100 00 

5 00 

400 00 

40 00 
140 00 
455 00 
ISO 00 
160 00 

SO 00 

25 (hi 

825 00 

85 00 

uii mi 



$372 50 

615 00 

5 00 

90 00 

135 00 

430 00 



40 00 
230 00 
270 00 

25 00 
345 00 



55 00 
65 00 

80 00 
235 00 
125 00 



170 00 

160 00 
400 00 

ISO llll 

20 00 
430 00 

60 00 

210 00 

15 00 

1(,-, (in 

185 00 

75 00 

20 mi 
170 00 

30 ml 
770 00 

70 00 
280 (X) 
605 oo 
135 mi 
830 00 

80 00 
65 00 
710 on 
115 00 
150 00 



105 



ALLOWANCES TO SPECIAL JUDGES— Continued. 



NAME OF COUNTY. 



Laporte . . . 
Lawrence . 
Madison .. 

Marion 

Marshall . . 



Martin 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Morgan 



Newton 
Noble . . 

Ohio 

Orange . 
Owen 



Parke . 
Perry.. 
Pike... 
Porter. 
Posey.. 



Pulaski . . . 
Putnam. .. 
Randolph. 

Ripley 

Rush 



890 00 
40 00 
45 00 
155 00 
185 00 



10 00 



30 00 
250 00 



40 00 

20 00 

115 00 

125 00 



25 00 



$270 00 

100 00 

60 00 

175 00 

75 00 

17 50 

100 00 
75 00 
35 00 

665 00 



110 00 



75 00 
435 00 



75 00 

5 00 



$360 00 
140 00 
105 00 
330 00 
250 00 

17 50 

110 00 

75 00 

65 00 

915 00 



150 00 

20 00 

190 00 

670 00 

75 00 
30 00 



Scott 

Shelby .... 
Spencer ... 

Starke 

St. Joseph , 



Steuben 

Sullivan 

Switzerland , 
Tippecanoe . 
Tipton 



Union 

Vanderburgh 
Vermillion. . . 
Vigo 



Wabash 

Warren 

Warrick 

Washington. 



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



15 00 
10 00 



165 00 



240 00 
55 00 
40 00 

65 00 
19 35 
55 00 
150 00 
65 00 



75 00 



40 00 
105 00 

15 00 
180 00 
120 00 
515 00 

155 00 

5 00 

70 00 



65 00 

125 00 

20 00 

65 00 



30 00 
15 00 

220 00 

70 00 

70 00 

205 00 

105 00 

205 00 



55 00 

115 00 

80 00 

115 00 



65 00 
35 00 



180 00 



505 00 

35 00 
75 00 
35 00 
20 00 

90 00 
295 00 

85 00 
115 00 



45 00 
25 00 

385 00 
70 00 
310 00 
260 00 
145 00 

270 00 
19 35 
110 00 
265 00 
145 00 

115 00 

75 00 



105 00 
140 00 

15 00 

360 00 

120 00 

1,020 00 

190 00 
80 00 

105 00 
20 00 

155 00 
420 00 
105 00 
180 00 



106 



PUBLIC 1 DEBT STATEMENT. 



Below is Given a Statement Showing the Amounts of State Debt 
at the Close of the Fiscal Year, October SI, 1903. 

FOREIGN DEBT. 



Five per cent. State stock certifi- 
cate, due and interest stopped... 

Two and one-half per cent. State 
stock certificates, due and inter- 
est stopped 



Total 



Three per cent, refunding school 
fund honds, dated June, 1889, 
and payable at the pleasure of 
the State after June 18, 1899, 
due June 18, 1909, held as fol- 
lows : 
Dry Dock Savings Bank, New 

York 

Emigrant Savings Bank, New 

York 

Chas. and M. Fleishman, New 

York 

Fidelity and Casualty Co., New 

York 

German Savings Bank, New York. 

Sarah J. Green, Manchester, N. II. 

Moses Taylor Pyne, Stephen S. 

I 'aimer, Trustees, 15 Exchange 

Place, Jersey City, N. J. 

Mary Lewis $0,000 00 

B.C. Taylor 0,000 00 

<;. C. Taylor 0,000 00 

Kate W. Winthrop.. 6,000 00 
Alberta Pyne 8,000 00 



l\ s. Casualty <'<>.. New York.. 
Geo. A. Stanton. New York 



$88,000 00 

250,000 00 

15,000 00 

50,000 00 

32,000 00 

5,000 00 



27,000 00 
58,000 00 

80,000 00 



>3,409 99 
2,145 13 



$5,015 12 



107 

FOREIGN DEBT— Continued. 



Seaman's Bank for Savings, New 
York 

Schenectady Savings Bank, Sche- 
nectady , N. Y 

Troy Savings Bank, New York ... 

R. Winthrop & Co., 40 Wall St.,N.Y. 

R. Winthrop & Co., Trustees 

R. Winthrop & Co., Trustees 

Auburn Savings Bank, Auburn, 
N. Y 

Burlington Savings Bank,Burling- 
ton, Vt 

A. B. Cross, Concord, 1ST. H 

Fletcher K. Barrows, Brattleboro, 
Vt 



Total. 



Three and one-half per cent, reg- 
istered funding bonds, tempo- 
rary loan, dated April 1, 1895, 
due April 1, 1915, issued under 
the provisions of an act ap- 
proved March 5, 1895, and held 
as follows : 

Moses Taylor Pyne and Stephen 
S. Palmer, Trustees, New York, 
N. Y 

Bowery Savings Bank, New York, 
N. Y 



Total, 



Three and one-half per cent, reg- 
istered (State House) temporary 
funding loan, dated May 1, 1895, 
due May 1, 1915, issued und«r 
the provisions of an act ap- 
proved March 5, 1895, held as 
follows : 

Greenwich Savings Bank, of New 
York 

Rochester Savings Bank, Roches- 
ter, N. Y 

Franklin Savings Bank, New 
York, N. Y 



$40,000 00 

50,000 00 
50,000 00 
48,000 00 
60,000 00 
20,000 00 

20,000 00 

17,000 00 
1,000 00 

2,000 00 



$300,000 00 
285,000 00 



$210,000 00 
100,000 00 



100,000 00 



3,000 00 



$585,000 00 



10S 
FOREIGN DEBT— Continued. 



Seamen's Savings Bank, New 
York, N. Y 


$60,000 00 
30,000 00 




Port Chester Savings Bank, Port 
Chester, N. Y 




Total 




$500,000 00 




Total foreign debt 


$1,953,615 12 





DOMESTIC DEBT. 



REFUNDED. 

Five per cent, refunded bond held 
by Purdue University, at Lafay- 
ette, Ind., due April 1, 1921 

Indiana State University (Bloom- 
ington) bond, in custody of 
Treasurer of State, dated Octo- 
ber 1, 1885, bearing five per cent, 
interest 

Indiana State University (Bloom- 
ington) bond, in custody of 
Treasurer of State, dated Feb- 
ruary 15, 1887, bearing five per 
cent, interest 

Indiana State University (Bloom- 
ington) bond, in custody of 
Treasurer of State, dated Sep- 
tember 1, 1887, bearing five per 
cent, interest 

Total 

Total domestic debt 



$60,000 00 



60,000 00 



24,000 00 



$340,000 00 



144,000 00 
$484,000 00 



RECAPITULATION. 



Total foreign debt... 
Total domestic debt 

Total State debt 



,953,615 12 
484,000 00 



$2,437,61 5 12 



109 



INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT. 



The Following is an Exhibit of Amount of Interest Due Annually 
on Each of the Issues of the Bonds of the State, and the Dates 
When the Same are Payable. 



INTEREST ON FOREIGN DEBT. 



School Fund refunding bonds of 
1880, principal, $863,000; in- 
terest, three per cent., payable 
June 18 and December 18 

funding bonds, temporary loan, 
principal, $585,000 ; interest, 
three and one-half per cent., 
payable April 1 and October 1... 

New State House temporary fund- 
ing loan, principal, $500,000 ; in- 
terest, three and one-half per 
cent., payable May 1 and No- 
vember 1 



Total interest on foreign debt.. 



$25,890 00 



20,475 00 



17,500 00 



$63,865 00 



INTEREST ON DOMESTIC DEBT. 



Purdue University bonds, $340,- 
000, at five per cent, interest, 
payable quarterly on the first 
days of January, April, July 
and October 

Indiana University bonds (Bloom- 
ington), $144,000, at five per cent. 
interest, payable semi-annually, 
on May 1 and November 1 



Total interest on domestic 
debt 



$17,000 00 



7,200 00 



$24,200 00 



RECAPITULATION. 



Total interest on foreign debt... 
Total interest on domestic debt. 

Total amount of interest ... 



$63,865 00 
24,200 00 



$87,865 00 



110 



PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, INDIANA 
UNIVERSITY. 



BENTON COUNTY. 



a 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


195 


Duffy, Michael 


May 28, 1896 $6,000 00 



BOONE COUNTY. 



121 
162 
176 
191 
204 
209 
233 
2X4 
236 



Higgins, William L. 
Ratcliff, Sallie G. K 

Heath, S. 8 

Heath, S. S 

Isenhauer, W. W. . . 

Boyd, Chas H 

Hook, Samuel T. . . . 

Piles, Jesse 

Pedigo, Ollie 



June 27, 1893 ... 
July 11, 1895.... 
October 19, 1895. 
May 23, 1896.... 

July 2, 1896 

August 20, 1896 . 
March 13, 1897., 
January 16, 1897 
April 15, 1897... 



2,000 00 
800 00 


4,200 00 
2,500 00 


1,000 00 
2,200 00 
1,600 00 


125 00 


125 00 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



74 
178 
192 
216 



Duncan, Jesse H 
Pruitt, Willis P. 
Baker, John Q . . 
Baum, Henry M 



September 25, 1891 300 00 

December 9, 1895 1,000 00 

May 23, 1896 1,700 00 

December 24, 1896 1,500 00 



GREENE COUNTY. 



193 
196 
226 



McNitterhonse, Louis 

OkI-, Alfred 

Mitten, I>enj 



May 25, 1896 I 1,300 00 

June 1, 1896 5,000 90 

January 7, 1897 2,000 00 



Ill 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



O d 

o 


Names of Borrowers. 


^Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


36 




January 7, 1890 

July 1, 1890 


$2,250 00 
1,400 00 


52 


Buschler, A. F., Jr 


150 


January 18, 1895 . . 


1,000 00 









HENDRICKS COUNTY. 




HOWARD COUNTY. 



Vaile, Isabella. . . 
Morgan, Sarah A 



January 9, 1892... 
September 19, 1892 



500 00 
3,000 00 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 




MORGAN COUNTY. 



Bray, Alexander. . . . 

Bell, Eli 

Stucky, Emma S. . . . 
Jackson, Rebecca... 
Mendenhall, Albert . 
Lockhart, Charles B 
Ryan, Thomas F. . . . 
McKahn, Claude 



January 15, 1891 . 
August 21, 1891 ... 

July 1, 1892 

December 30, 1892 
January 17, 1893.. 

July 13, 1895 

September 25, 1895 
December 29, 1896 



1,430 00 
1,500 00 
6,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,100 00 
1,600 00 
5,000 00 



MONROE COUNTY. 



Landers, Martha E. 
Duncan, Sarah C. . . 



January 16, 1881 , 
June 24, 1895 .... 



2,000 00 
700 00 



112 



MARION COUNTY. 



53 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 




Wishard, William H 


January 4, 1888 i 13.500 00 


8 
30 


Stone, Richard F. and Matilda . . 


January 3, 1888 

June 5, 1889 


2,000 00 

1,800 00 

2,200 00 

200 00 


46 


May 27, 1890 


50 


Darnell, Lewis L., et al 


June 17, 1890 


60 


Harness, George 


January 31, 1891 

June 3, 1891 


1,000 00 


66 




2,300 00 
7,386 99 


78 


Catherwood, Ellen 


January 17, 1895 

May 27, 1892 

December 29, 1892 


87 
101 


Cooper, C. M. et al 


1,250 00 
400 00 


105 


Wishard, Francis M 


January 21, 1893 4.000 00 


107 
115 


Shideler, Charlotte M 


February 16, 1893 

May 31, 1893 


1,200 00 
3,000 00 


123 


Johnson, Richard O 


July 21, 1893 

August 10, 1893 

September 30, 1893 

December 29, 1893 

January 8, 1894 

May 21, 1894 

January 14, 1895 

January 21, 1895 

July 9, 1895 


600 00 


124 


Cone a , Mary L 


4,000 00 
5,500 00 


125 


8mith, Theresa H 


129 


Taggart, Thomas 


3,000 00 


131 


Martindale, Charles 


1,000 00 

800 00 

1,000 00 


133 

148 


Boswell, J. F. and D. A 


151 

161 


Doherty, James F. and M. A 


1,100 00 
3,000 00 


165 
183 


Ogle, Alfred M 

Burton, Blanche 


Auguft 13, 1895 

January 20, 1896 
May 12, 1896 


3,500 00 
200 00 


188 


Clark, Melissa E 


560 00 


238 


August 25, 1900 


1,500 00 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 




OWEN COUNTY. 



'.it 




August 13, 1892 



10,000 CO 



POSEY COUNTY. 



149 



Menzie", F.Ktlier A. 




10,000 00 



113 



RUSH COUNTY. 



o g 
oh! 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


75 


Willey, Ethan A 


October 13, 1891 


$1,200 00 







RIPLEY COUNTY. 



83 



Probst, William. 



February 6, 1892. 



900 00 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



Bernhamer, Charles June 4, 1892. 



1,250 00 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



86 



Hedlund, John. 



Mav 17, 1892. 



1,200 00 



WHITE COUNTY. 



186 



Amick, Philip. 



March 20, 1896. 



1,200 00 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



190 



Bonham, John M 



May 14, 1896. 



1,500 00 



DISTRIBUTION" OF THE FUND. 



Amount of outstanding loans $149,101 99 

Amount of loan made to the State 144,000 00 

Amount held by the counties 296,564 05 

Balance on hand ■ '. 23,036 36 



Total $612,702 40 

In addition, the State holds a number of properties that were originally mort- 
gaged to secure loans from this fund, and on account of nonpajment of interest 
were advertised for sale, and there being no bidders, were bid in by the State 
Auditor on behalf of the fund. All of this land is for sale. 



114 



COLLEGE FUND. 



List of Borrowers from the College Fund. 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



o ■ 
o 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


453 




$300 00 



BENTON COUNTY. 




BLACKFORD COUNTY. 



1200 
1465 
1470 
1580 
1645 
1685 
1690 
1695 



1318 
1267 
1455 



Lewis, Rachel .... 
McGrath, Lewis H 
Clore, Benjamin F 
Rhoton, Lydia H.. 
Rains, Amanda. . . 
Worthen, John W. 

Slater, Aaron 

McUeath, John P . 



September 22, 1882 

July 29, 1891 

October 14, 1891... 

June 16, 1894 

June 6, 1895 

March 20, 1896 

July 11, 1896 

October 7, 1896 . . . 



Arrickj George W 
Dutton, Albert H 
Whalen, Alfred 8 



January 12, 1886.. 

May 19, 1884 

November 20, 1890 



400 00 
300 00 
50 00 
100 00 
200 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



BOONE COUNTY. 


1674 




January 10, 1896 . 


400 00 










BROWN COUNTY. 



500 00 
500 00 
350 00 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



115 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



O eS 

O 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1666 


Harvey, George W 


November 2, 1895 

May 8, 1896 

December 22, 1897 


$250 00 


1688 


Christy, Eobert M 


450 00 


1714 




500 00 









GREENE COUNTY. 



Lawhead, Hugh . . . 
Timmons, Eliza A . 
Timmons, Marion J 
Hagamon, Rosa .... 

Fields, Ida V 

Freeman, James W . 
Hadley, Eliza E . . . 

Smith, W. H 

Denney, Caroline . . 
Roach, David C . . . . 

Roach, S. S 

McLaughlin, C. R . 
Rompley, R. R. . . . 

Hoover, Eliza 

Shipman, George D 
Stone, Joseph W . . . 
Miller, John 



December 10, 1894 
January 9, 1895. . , 
January 9, 1895 . . . 
January 9, 1895. . . 
January 9, 1895.., 
January 25, 1895. 
January 25, 1895. 
October 4, 1895..., 
November 28, 1896 

June 4, 1898 

February 9, 1899 . 
December 26, 1899 

June 2, 1902 

February 12, 1897 

April 7, 1903 

May 1, 1903.... .. 

October 10, 1903.. 



350 00 

600 00 
500 00 
500 00 
300 00 
400 00 
500 00 
300 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
400 00 
50i' 00 
300 00 
300 00 
350 00 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Jackson, James M . . 

Mannix, James 

Boyd, Thos. E., et al 



August 12, 1885 
October 2, 1884 
May 14, 1889 . . 



Thompson, Eliza A 
Sims, Martha A. E. 
Selch, Arthur C 



January 10, 1890. 
March 17, 1892... 
September 4, 1903 



300 00 
500 00 
500 00 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 


1229 
1255 


Folev, Jesse 


September 14, 1883 
February 18, 1884 


300 00 

200 00 


HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



400 00 

50 00 

500 00 



116 
HOWARD COUNTY. 



a 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1591 


Smith, John E , guardian, and 
Anna A. Jessup 


July 30, 1894 


$200 00 


1593 


Cavlor, Abraham 


450 00 


1009 


Brown, Richard A 


November 20, 1894 


400 00 









JASPER COUNTY. 



1689 



Carriger, John J . 



May 15, 1896. 



500 00 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 




JOHNSON COUNTY. 



1571 
1709 
1724 



McCarty, Charles H 

Martin, W. J 

Howell, S. D 



April 23, 1894.. 
August 12, 1897 
May 27, 1899... 



300 00 
500 00 
500 00 



KNOX COUNTY. 



717 



Freeland, Robert. 



April 7, 1885. 



300 00 



1173 
1 339 



LAKE COUNTY. 



Wood, Mary E. and Tbos J 
Wood, Thomas J 



April 15, 1881 

November 15, 1887. 



250 00 
500 00 



MADISON COUNTY. 



117 

MARION COUNTY. 



Names of Borrowers. 



Date. 



Amount of 
Loan. 



Greene, Davis M 

Matler, Julia G 

Neal, John S 

Secrist, Margaretta 

Munson, Mary A 

Patterson, Patsy 

Schlegel, John 

Wiley, Chas., et al 

Ryan, J. Robert 

Barbour, Elizabeth H 

Thale, Henry H 

Howson, Mary E 

Noble, Wm. T 

Trustees Reed St. Baptist Church. 

Mann, Henry T 

Nichols, Addie 

Nichols, Addie 

Jerusalem, Robert B 

Cu rry, R. A 

Christian, James W 

Silvey, Preston B 

Whitesell, Wilson 

Durbon, Mary F 

Martindale, Robert 

Jerusalem, Robert B 

Wolf, George 

Graham, Ellen E 

Whitesell, Wilson 

Lichli'er, Maggie S 

Sommerlad, C. A 

Brewer, Thorns s T 

Ritter, Fred 

Trucksess, Laura L 



September 25, 1883. 

June 20, 1884 

July 2, 1884 

November 16, 1887. 
October 17, 1888.... 

March 22, 1889 

July 10, 1890 

March 16, 1892... . 

April 2, 1892 

June 16, 1892 

September 1, 1893.. 
November 1, 1893.. 
November 8, 1893.. 
March 31, 1894.... 

May 10, 1894 

June 21, 1894 



September 20, 1894. 
January 28, 1895.., 
September 26, 1895. 
October 16, 1895... 
November 26, 1895 . 
February 24, 1896 . . 
August 28, 1896.... 
September 21, 1896. 
October 13,1896.... 

July 6, 1897 

September 29, 1897. 
September 12, 1898. 

March 4, 1899 

October 12, 1899.... 
February 20, 1902.. 
June 13, 1903 



$500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
500 00 
300 00 
400 00 
200 00 
400 00 
400 00 
100 00 
300 00 
275 00 
250 00 
200 00 
100 00 

40 59 
450 00 
500 00 
450 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 

81 26 
200 00 
300 00 
500 00 

50 00 
400 00 
500 00 
500 00 
280 00 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



Coleman, James N 

Flake, John 

Hall, Mary A 

Harper, Peter F 

Jones, Henry C 

Reading, R. I 

Loveall, W. A 

Pearce, Wm 

Perry, Nat'n and Wm. Thompson 

Robinson, Lavina 

Sargent. James L 

Scott, Jeff. K 

Watts, Mary E 

Woods, Wm. S 

Watts, Mary E 

Allen, Lucy 



September 3, 1875. 
October 3, 1885.... 
September 13, 1879 
February 29, 1876 
September 3, 1875. 
September 3, 1890 . 
March 14, 1884.... 
December 24, 1863. 
January 1, 1864. . . 
August 27, 1886 . . . 
November 2, 1885 . 
October 30, 1886... 

March 8, 1884 

October 20, 1886. . . 
February 27, 1889 . 
February 17, 1890 . 



500 00 
175 00 
200 00 
100 00 
500 00 
500 00 
250 00 
500 00 
350 00 
150 00 
300 00 
516 32 
250 00 
150 00 
250 00 
125 00 



US 



MORGAN COUNTY— Continued. 



Names of Borrowers. 




Amount of 


Loan. 




$500 00 


500 


HO 


100 


00 


5d0 


00 


300 CO 


500 


00 


200 


00 



1546 
1638 
1644 
1667 
1672 
1726 
1728 



1014 
1336 
1523 



Manker, Mary Jane. . 
McKahan, Claude S. . 
Vise, Richard M. J... 
Masters, Mrs. Mary C 

Gooch, Win 

Plaster, P. C 

Kershaw, J. W 



November 6, 1893 . 
January 30, 1895 .. 

May 28, 1895 

November 8, 1895 . 
December 16, 1895. 
December 12, 1899. 
September 30, 1900 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 


1367 


Heiskell, W. L 


August 58, 1888 


400 00 


MARTIN COUNTY. 



Eliott, C. A 

Tinkle, David B 
Porter, Wesley J 



March 5, 1877.. 
June 25, 1887 .. 
October 22, 1892 



500 00 
125 00 
500 00 



MONROE COUNTY. 



1258 
1311 
1266 
1735 



Brown, Joel T. . . 
Miers, Robert W 

Pavne, John 

Henry C. Duncan 



March 15, 1884. . 
October 29, 1885. 
February 5, 1884 
June 1, 1903 



500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
600 00 



OWEN COUNTY. 


1730 




May 13, 1901 


150 00 










PARKE COUNTY. 


1738 


Jordon, Elizabeth A. 




October 7, 1903 


500 00 








PORTER COUNTY. 


795 






December 14, 1870 


695 75 











119 
PUTNAM COUNTY. 



Names of Borrowers. 




Amount of 
Loan. 


$300 00 
500 00 
400 00 
200 00 



Donohue, Joseph M 

Frotes, Joseph 

King, Chas. W. and Emily J 
Hamrick, Ambrose D 



November 1, 1882. 
January 2,- 1882 . 
February 22, 1884 
December 6, 1887. 



Puckett, John 

Leavitt, Thomas 
Leavell, Elizabeth J 
Prilliman, Sarah S. . 



November 25, 1879 

June 25. 1888 

July 14, 1888 

August 9, 1888 .... 



SCOTT COUNTY. 


1326 


Brody, Asa D 


November 15, 1886 
February 1, 1886 


50« 00 


1320 


Finley, Wm. D 


225 00 










SPENCER COUNTY. 


- 


1662 




October 4, 1895 


400 00 








TIPTON COUNTY. 



500 00 
200 00 
400 00 
390 00 



WELLS COUNTY. 



Edington, Elizabeth 
Brown, Daniel R. . . 

Riggs, Sarah A 

Johns, Sarah A . . . . 
Brice, Candes M . . . . 
Peppard, Isaac H . . . 
Siinison, George. . . . 
Evans, James B. . . . 



April 25, 1892.. 
January 7, 1893 
March I, 1893.. 
June 13, 1893 .. 
March 23, 1894. 
April 28, 1894.. 
July 3, 1894.... 
October 10, 1894 



300 00 
150 00 
350 00 
100 00 
250 00 
450 00 
350 00 
300 00 



Recapitulation Showing Condition of College Fund. 

Amount of loans outstanding $50,878 33 

Cash on hand October 31, 1903 77,243 00 

Cash from sales of College Fund Lands Fund 170 00 

Total $128,291 33 

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. 



120 



TAX LEVIES. 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



STATE OF INDIANA 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1902 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 



D. E. SHERRICK, Auditor of State 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 

C. W. Neal, Chief Clerk 

Cliffie B. Manlove, Assistant Clerk 



INDIANAPOLIS 

WM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING 
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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, 1902. 

Respectfully, 

D. E. SHERRICK, 

Auditor of State. 



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ASSESSMENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT ASSOCIATIONS AUTHORIZED TO DO 
BUSINESS IN INDIANA. 



Indiana Associations. 



Name of Association. 



Location. 



Incorporated. 



Commenced 
Business 

in Indiana. 



Commercial Travelers Mutual — 

Columbia Relief Fund 

Fort Wayne Mercantile 

Home Mutual Benefit 

Indiana Benefit Association 

Indianapolis Mutual B. Ass'n 

Model Life 

North American B. Ass'n 

I'ostal Life 

Security Life 

Security Accid't and S. B 

Onion Life 

Wabash Mutual Benefit 



Indianapolis. Iud.. 
Indianapolis, Ind.. 
Fort "Wayne, Ind. 
South Bend, Ind.. 
New Albany, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind.. 
Indianapolis, Ind.. 

Evansville, Ind 

South Bend, Ind.. 
South Bend. Ind.. 

Seymour, Ind 

Indianapolis, Ind.. 
Indianapolis, Ind.. 



Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

May 



May 

Apr. 
June 
Sept. 
May 



10, 


1892. 


24, 


1898. 


17, 


1892. 


24, 


1898. 


— , 


INS?. 


1ft, 


1902. 


24, 


1S97. 


— , 


1895. 


16, 


1903. 


27, 


1900. 


15, 


1900. 


21, 


1887. 


28, 


1900. 



Associations of Other States. 



American Health and Accident... 

American Relief Society 

Bankers Life 

Knights Templars & Masons L. I. 

Iyoyal Protective Association 

National Accident Society 

National Protective Society 

National Life and Accident 

National Masonic Accident 

New York Casualty 

Preferred Accident Association... 

Phoenix Accident and S. B 

Traders Mutual Life 

World Mutual Life 



Detroit, Mich 

Bay City, Mich 

Des Moines, la 

Chicago, 111 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Detroit, Mich 

Nashville, Tenn 

I >es Moines. la 

New York. N. Y 

Detroit, Mich 

Benton Harbor, Mich 

Springfield, 111 

Des Moines, la 



Feb. 
May 
July 

May 
June 

Nov. 
May 
Feb. 
July 
Apr. 
Aug. 
May 
Nov. 
Oct. 



2, 1898. 

11. 1900. 

1, 1879. 
5, 1884. 

12. 1S95. 

2, 1885. 
26, 1894. 
28, 1900. 
12, 18S9. 
— , 18S6. 
22, 1889. 

1, 1S97. 

— , 1892. 

24, 1899. 



May 

May 
Mar. 
Feb. 
May 
Feb. 
Aug. 
May 
Mar. 
Sept. 
Fell. 
July 
June 
Apr. 



19, 1900. 

12, 1903. 

22, 1893. 

28, 1891. 

12, 1903. 

17, 1S91. 

30, 1894. 

12, 1903. 

9, 1S93. 

2s. is: is. 

7. 1890. 

22, 1898. 

10, 1899. 

7, 1903. 



FRATERNAL ASSOCIATIONS. 



Indiana Associations. 



America n Plowmen 

American Standard Bearers 

Benevolent Order Colonials 

Catholic Benevolent League 

Fraternal Assurance Soe. of Am 

I. O. Foresters of America 

i 0. Parliamentarians 

Knights and Ladies of Honor 

Knights and Ladles of Columbia 
Modern Samaritans of World 

« inlir nf Front iersmeii 

Supreme Tribe of Ben Hur 

United Workmen 



Logansport, Ind 

South Bend, Ind... 
Indianapolis, Ind... 

Fori Wayne, Ind. .. 
Fort Wayne, Ind... 
Crown Point, Ind.. 
South Bend, ind... 
Indianapolis, ind.., 
South Bend, Ind... 

Elkhart, Ind 

Evansville, i ml 

• 'raw I'onlsville. Ind 

Evansville, Ind 



Jan. 
Deo. 

Dec. 

Mar. 
June 
Dec. 
Oct. 

Apr. 
July 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Jan. 

Oct. 



12, 1898. 

22, 1902. 

I. 1900. 

17. 1900, 

2(1. 19(12. 

20, 1900, 

Hi. 1902. 

:,. 1878 

11. 1894. 

1, 1898. 

14, 1908. 

16, 1894, 

27, IN6S. 



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Fraternal Associations of Other States. 



Name of Association. 



Location. 



Incorporated. 



Commenced 

Business 

in Indiana. 



American Guild 

American Mutual Aid Association 

Ancient Order Gleaners . 

Brotherhood of American Yeomen 

Catholic Knights of America 

Catholic Order Foresters 

Catholic Benevolent Legion 

Fraternal Aid Association 

I. O. Foresters 

Knights of Columbus 

Knights of Maccabees 

Knights of Modern Maccabees 

Knights and Ladies of Maccabees 

Knights of Pythias 

Knights of Honor 

Knights and Ladies of Security.. 

Modern Woodmen of America 

Modern American Fraternal Order 

Mutual Protective League 

National Union 

North American Union 

Order Mutual Protection 

Order of Patricians 

Pathfinder 

Protected Home Circle 

Red Men's Fraternal Accident 

Royal Arcanum 

Royal League 

Royal Neighbors of America 

Royal Templars of Temperance.. 

Royal Circle 

Supreme Court of Honor 

Sup. Conclave Order Heptasophs. 
Sov'gn Camp Woodmen of World. 

United Order Golden Cross 

United Order Foresters 

Womens Catholic Order Foresters 



Richmond, Va 

St. Louis, Mo 

Caro, Mich 

Des Moines, la 

St. Louis, Mo 

Chicago, 111 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Lawrence, Kan 

Toronto, Canada 

New Haven, Conn.. 
Port Huron, Mich.. 
Port Huron, Mich... 
Port Huron, Mich... 

Chicago, 111 

St. Louis, Mo 

Topeka, Kan 

Rock Island, 111 

Effingham, 111 

Litchfield, 111 

Toledo, O 

Chicago, 111 

Chicago, 111 

Benton Harbor,Mich 

Akron, O 

Sharon, Pa 

Westfield, Mass 

Boston, Mass 

Chicago, 111 

Rock Island, 111 

Buffalo, N. Y. ...... 

Springfield, 111 

Springfield, 111 

Baltimore, Md 

Omaha, Neb 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Chicago, 111 




June 

Oct. 

Mar. 

July 

Nov. 

July 

Aug. 

June 

July 

Feb. 

Jan. 



Jan. 10, 1895 



1900. 
1900. 
1S99. 
1900. 
1900. 
1900. 
1892. 
1899. 
1900. 
1903. 
1897. 
1899. 
1900. 
1900. 
1896. 
1900. 
1899. 
1900. 
1900. 
1901. 
1900. 
1900. 
1901. 

1900! 
1900. 
1900. 
1900. 
1901. 
1900. 
1900. 
1900. 
1893. 
1902. 
1900. 



During the past year the Union Surety Company of Indian- 
apolis, Ind., changed its name to the Federal Union Surety Com- 
pany. 

The American Bonding and Trust Company of Baltimore, City 
of Baltimore, Md., changed its name to the American Bonding 
Company of Baltimore, Md. 

During the past year the following have been incorporated un- 
der the Indiana laws : 



Name of Association. 



Location. 



Kind. 



American Standard Bearers 

Fraternal Assurance Soc. of Am. 
Indianapolis Mutual Benefit Ass'n 
Indep'd't Or. of Parliamentarians 

Order of Frontiersmen 

Postal Life Ins. Co 

Grain Dealers Nat. Mutual Fire.. 



South Bend, Ind. 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
South Bend, Ind. 
Bvansville, Ind. .. 
South Bend, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Fraternal. 

Fraternal. 

Assessment. 

Fraternal. 

Fraternal. 

Assessment. 

Mutual Fire. 



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During the past year the following insurance companies were 
admitted to do business in Indiana: 



Name of Association. 



Local iun. 



Kind. 



National Union Fire 

Franklin Life 

Illinois Life 

Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Illinois.. 

Mutual Reserve Life 

Northwestern Life and Sav'gs Co 

Western and Southern Life 

Rankers Surety Co 

American Relief Society 

Knights of Modern Maccabees... 

Loyal Protective Association 

National Life and Accident 

T'nited Order Foresters 

World Mutual Life Association.. 



Pittsburgh, Pa... 
Springfield. 111.... 

Chicago, 111 

Chicago, III 

New York, N. Y.. 
Des Moines, la... 

Cincinnati, O 

Cleveland, O 

Ray City, Mich... 
Port Huron, Mich 

Ronton, Mass 

Nashville, Tenn.. 
Milwaukee, Wis.. 
Des Moines, la... 



Fire. 

Legal Res. L. 
Legal Res. L. 
Legal Res. L. 
Legal Res. L. 
Legal Res. L. 
Legal Res. L. 
Fidel. & Sur. 
Asmt. Acdt. 
Fraternal. 
Asmt. Acdt. 
Asmt. Acdt. 
Fraternal. 
Asmt. Life. 



During the past year the following companies, associations and 
societies, which were authorized to do business in Indiana during 
the last previous year, have withdrawn from business in the State: 



Name of Association. 



Location. 


Kind. 


New York, N. Y 

Indianapolis, Ind 

London, England 

London, England 

New York, N. Y 

Hamburg, Germany 
New York, N. Y 


Fire. 

Fire. 

Fire. 

Fire. 

Fire. 

Fire. 

Fire. 

Fire. 

Fire. 

Fire. 

Surety. 

Legal Res. L. 

Legal Res. L. 

Legal Res. L. 

Fraternal. 


New York, N. Y 
Louisville, Ky 

Indianapolis, Ind 



Assurance Co. of America. 

Anchor Fire 

Indiana Ins. Co 

Imperial 

Law Union and Crown 

LaFayette Fire 

Merchants 

North German Fire 

National Standard 

Reading Fire 

Lawyers Surety Co 

Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Ky 

Minnesota Mutual Life 

Sun Life of America 

Standard Fraternal 



STATISTICAL TABLES 



OF 



Fire, Fire and Marine and Miscellaneous 
Insurance Companies 



OF 



OTHER STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES 



DOING BUSINESS IN INDIANA. 



DECEMBER 31, 1902. 



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ANNUAL STATEMENTS 

OF 

Fire and Miscellaneous Companies 
of indiana. 



DECEMBER 31, 1902. 



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94 



FIREMEN AND MECHANICS INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Richard Johnson. Vice-President, W. M. Moffett. 

Secretary, W. O. McLelland. 

Incorporated January 21, 1S50. Home office, 128 E. Main Street, Madison, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 



Amount of capital paid up in cash, $100,000. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of previous year. . $104,524 92 



INCOME. 

Marine 
Fire. and Inland. 

Gross Premiums $27,762 50 $61 42 

Deduct re-insurance, rebate, abatement 

and return premiums 3,773 94 



Total premiums (other than per- 
petuals) $23,98S 56 $61 42 



$24,049 98 



Interest $3,678 80 

Gross rents from company's property 583 30 



Total interest and rents 4,262 10 

Profit on sale or maturity of ledger assets 380 00 

From all other sources 65188 



Total income 29,343 96 



Sum $133,868 88 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



Gross amount paid for losses $10,3S4 31 

Paid stockholders for interest or dividends 4,000 00 

Commissions or brokerage 3,077 57 

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

and other employes 1,884 00 

Rents 300 00 

Repairs and expenses on real estate 94 73 

All other taxes, licenses and insurance department fees 1,902 87 

Loss on sale or maturity of ledger assets 2,214 04 

All other disbursements 290 42 



Total disbursements 24,147 91 



Balance $109,720 94 



95 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate unincumbered $21,457 57 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens 30,125 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collaterals 1,405 00 
Book value of bonds, excluding interest, $31,896; and stocks, 

$13,106 45,002 00 

Cash in company's office and deposited in bank 2,511 66 

Agents' balances representing business written subsequent to 

October 1, 1902 3,829 69 

Bills receivable, taken for fire risks 5,390 02 

Total Jedger assets $109,720 94 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $181.80; accrued, $1,478.96 1,660 76 

Market value of real estate over book value 43 00 

Market value (not including interest) of bonds and stocks 

over book value 5,626 00 

Gross assets $117,050 70 

LIABILITIES. 

Gross losses adjusted and unpaid not yet due $905 56 

Total unearned premiums 9,595 42 

Total amount of all liabilities except capital $10,500 9S 

Capital actually paid up in cash $100,000 00 

Surplus over all liabilities 6,549 72 

Surplus as regards policy-holders 106,549 72 

Total liabilities $117,050 70 



RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Pre- Marine Pre- 
Fire miuras and Inland uriums 

Risks. Thereon. Risks. Thereon. 
In force on the 31st day of December, as per 

last year's statement $866,870 $13,151 44 $80,749 $45 56 

Written or renewed during the year 1,657,933 27,762 50 28,971 61 42 

Total $2,524,803 $40,913 94 $109,720 $106 98 

Deduct those expired and marked off as ter- 
minated 247,950 3,773 94 

In force at the end of the year $2,276,853 $37,140 00 $109,720 $106 98 



96 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CONDITION 
of the 

GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OE INDIANA. 



The undersigned, constituting a majority of the Board of Directors of the "Ger- 
man Fire Insurance Company of Indiana," pursuant to the laws of the State of 
Indiana, makes this its annual report. 

The amount of capital stock of the company is one hundred thousand dollars 
($100,000), all paid up. 

Said company has issued during the last calendar year 20,582 policies, aggregating 
the sum of $19,456,470.64. The number of policies outstanding on the 31st day of De- 
cember, 1902, being 30,950, and the amount insured thereby aggregating the sum of 
$28,213,518.44. 

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 January 1, 1902, and since paid $9,890 54 

Losses sustained since January 1, 1902, and paid 6S,192 59 

Losses adjusted, not due 5,022 S9 

Losses unadjusted 5,998 17 



ASSETS. 

Cash in treasury and banks $44,320 21 

Real estate — 

Company's building $50,000 00 

Taken for mortgage indebtedness 26,425 30 

76,425 30 

Trust company's certificates of deposit, bearing interest 115,000 00 

Loans on bonds, mortgages and real estate 142,905 97 

Debts due for premiums in the hands of agents 28,35S 84 

Interest due and accrued on mortgages 4,363 96 

Rents due 396 25 

Market value of real estate over book value 9,688 65 

Total assets $421,459 18 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not due $5,022 89 

Losses unadjusted 5,998 17 

Amount necessary to reinsure outstanding risks 182,475 87 

All other claims against the company 1,7S7 86 

Total liabilities -. $195,284 79 

The greatest amount insured under any one risk $7,500 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 $26,300 00 



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ANNUAL STATEMENT 
For the year ending December 31, 1902, of the 

GRAIN DEALERS NATIONAL MUTUAL FIEE INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY, 

Of Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Organized and commenced business December 23, 1902. 

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

C. A. McCotter, Secretary. 

ASSETS. 

Face value of premium notes, $106,913.55. 

Amount of notes, less assessment $85,673 49 

Cash on hand and in bank 15,239 71 

All other assets (charter and organization account), $6,000. 

Total assets $100,913 20 

INCOME IN 1902. 

Premium notes received, face value, $108,259.80. 
Amount of cash collected on same $21,509 31 

Total $21,509 31 

EXPENDITURES. 

Premium notes returned, face value, $1,346.25. 

Cash premiums returned $269 25 

All other expenses: Expense of charter and organization, $6,000; ex- 
change, $0.35 6,000 35 

Total $6,269 60 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Total premium notes received since organization (face value) $108,259 80 

Total cash received on same since organization 21,509 31 

Total risks in force December 31, 1902 717,150 00 

Total risks written during the year 724,350 00 



7— Ins. Djpt. 



98 

ANNUAL STATEMENT 
For the year ending December 31, 1902, of the 

INDIANA LUMBERMEN MUTUAL INSURANCE 
COMPANY, 

Of Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Organized and commenced business April 1, 1897. 
H. Coburn, President. F. B. Fowler, Secretary. 

ASSETS. 

Face value of premium notes, $93,648.55. 

Amount of notes less assessments (collected and in process) $80,051 74 

Mortgage on real estate (Schedule B) 4,500 00 

Cash in bank 5,307 68 

Uncollected cash premiums (not more than three months due) 468 66 

Assessments in process of collection 49 17 



Total assets $90,3SO 25 

LIABILITIES. 

Loss adjusted but not due $2,970 00 

Due for commissions 35 27 

Total liabilities $3,005 27 

INCOME IN 1902. 

Premium notes (face value) ....". $62,891 03 

Cash received from assessments 8,558 74 

Cash premiums received 10,559 77 

Interest ". 240 00 

Commissions 248 49 

Discount on losses paid 27 31 

Total income $82,525 34 

EXPENDITURES IN 1902. 

Premium notes returned (face value), $46,919.30. 

Premium notes returned Tnet value) $32,372 45 

Cash premiums returned 1,456 81 

Paid for losses 12,980 96 

Paid for reinsurance 352 57 

Paid for commissions 489 60 

Salaries of officers and employes 2,007 00 

Traveling expenses 354 31 

Rent : 89 00 

Directors and executive committee 214 40 

Taxes 168 48 

Printing and stationery 133 91 

Postage *. 116 00 

Office furniture 130 03 

Sundry expenditures 123 25 

Totai expenditures $50,988 77 



99 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Total premium notes received since organization (face value) $206,344 S6 

Total cash received on same since organization 35,502 55 

Total cash received for premiums (1902) 10,559 77 

Total losses paid since organization 41,714 71 

Total risks in force December 31, 1902 744,347 00 

Total losses during the year (less reinsurance) 12,911 70 

Assessments during the year have been IS per cent, of premium notes. 

BUSINESS IN INDIANA IN 1902. 

Amount of risks written $320,360 00 

Premium notes received (face value) 43,075 90 

Cash received on same $6,522 52 

Cash received from assessments 7,050 27 

Total cash receipts 13,572 99 

Losses paid (less reinsurance) 11,375 64 

Losses incurred (less reinsurance) 11,306 38 

SCHEDULE B. 

One principal note for $4,500 with coupon interest notes, secured by mortgage 
and recorded in Record 393, page 40S in the mortgage records of Marion County, 
Indiana. Interest at the rate of 5 per cent, and paid in full to December 31, 1902. 
The appraised value of property covered by mortgage is $10,200. Buildings insured 
for $2,300. 



100 

ANNUAL STATEMENT 

For the year ending December 31, 1902, of the 

INDIANA MILLERS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY OF INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Organized and commenced business September 25, 1889. 

M. S. Blish, President. E. E. Perry, Secretary. 

ASSETS. 

Face value of premium notes, $879,794.06. 

Amount of notes less assessment (collected and in process) $793,000 71 

Mortgages on real estate (Schedule B) 10,200 00 

Bonds and stocks (Schedule C) 78,731 00 

Collateral loans (Schedule D) 7,595 88 

Cash on hand and in bank 1,056 94 

Uncollected cash premiums (not more than three months due) 634 36 

Assessments in process of collection 734 20 

Interest accrued 1,298 70 

Premiums on bonds 11,936 30 

Total assets $905,188 09 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses reported $14,500 00 

Total liabilities $14,500 00 

I 

INCOME IN 1902. 

Premium notes received (face value), $631,411.05. 

Amount of cash collected on same $41,895 24 

Cash received from assessments 82,571 81 

Interest received 5,230 26 

Discounts 177 96 

Total income in 1902 $129,875 27 

EXPENDITURES. 

Premium notes returned (face value). $449,208.32. 

Cash premiums returned $23,332 48 

Paid for losses 89,164 87 

Salaries of officers and employes 14,287 00 

Traveling expenses 4,825 18 

All other expenses 5,714 84 

Total expenditures $137,324 37 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Total premium notes received since organization (face value) $2,539,110 98 

Total cash received on same notes since organization 888,483 01 

Total losses paid since organization 501,658 99 

Total risks in force December 31, 1902 4,983,555 00 

Total losses during the year 94,276 30 

What per cent, of the premium notes have the assessments been during the year? 
11 per cent. 



101 
INDIANAPOLIS FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, John H. Holliday. Vice-President, Charles E. Coffin. 

Secretary, H. C. Martin. 

Incorporated July 12, 1899. Commenced business September 1, 1899. 

Home office, 148 E. Market Street, Indiauapolis, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

' Amount of capital paid up in cash, $200,000. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of previous year — $366,00S 41 

INCOME. 

Gross premiums $260,860 39 

Deduct reinsurance, rebate, abatement and return 

premiums 55,052 69 

Total premiums $205,807 70 

Interest on mortgage loans $11,131 86 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stocks 3.351 25 

Interest from all other sources 522 31 

Total interest 15,005 42 

From all other sources 5 16 

Total income 220,818 28 

Sum $586,826 69 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Gross amount paid for losses $78,677 56 

Deduct amount received for salvage, $1,618.22; for 

reinsurance in other companies, $4,419.48 6,035 70 

Net amount paid for losses $72,641 86 

Paid stockholders for interest or dividends 10,000 00 

Commissions or brokerage 46,024 72 

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

and other employes 14,926 41 

Rents 769 99 

All other taxes, licenses and insurance department fees 5,139 63 

Loss on sale or maturity of ledger assets 825 44 

All other disbursements 9,881 56 

Total disbursements 160,209 61 

Balance $426,617 08 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $241,000 00 

Book value of bonds, excluding interest 116,933 31 

Cash in company's office, $4,274.51; deposited in bank, $25,050.28 29,324 79 
Agents' balances representing business written subsequent to 

October 1, 1902 20,610 00 

Agents' balance? representing business written prior to Oc- 
tober 1, 1902 353 £9 

Other ledger assets 18,395 69 

Total ledger assets $426,617 08 



102 

Non-Ledgek Assets. 

Interest accrued $4,542 82 

Market value of bonds and stocks over book value 686 57 

Furniture, fixtures, etc 5,387 22 

Gross assets $437,233 69 



Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes $5,387 22 

Agents' balances, representing business written prior to 

October 1, 1902 353 29 

Total 5,740 51 

Total admitted assets $431,493 IS 

LIABILITIES. 

Gross losses adjusted and unpaid (not yet due) $3,378 47 

Gross claims for losses in process of adjustment, or in sus- 
pense, including all reported and supposed losses 14,685 39 

Total $18,063 86 

Deduct reinsurance due or accrued 3,502 50 

Net amount of unpaid losses and claims $14,561 3ft 

Total unearned premiums as computed above 127,779 30 

Reinsurance premiums 1,050 20 

Total amount of all liabilities except capital $143,390 86- 

Capital actually paid up in cash $200,000 00 

Surplus over all liabilities 93,842 83 

Surplus as regards policy-holders 293,842 S3- 

RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Fire Premiums 

Risks. Thereon. 
In force on the 31st day of December, as "per last year's 

statement $10,443,549 $137,373 74 

Written or renewed during the year 18,870,309 260,860 39 

Total $29,313,858 $398,234 13- 

Deduct those expired and marked off as terminated 11,742,236 145,151 24 

In force at the end of the year $17,571,622 $253,082 89- 

Deduct amount reinsured : 1,105,326 16,709 46 

Net amount in force $16,466,296 $236,373 43. 

BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF INDIANA DURING THE YEAR. 

Fire Risks. 

Risks written $5,235,445 00 

Premiums received 78,415 93 

Losses paid 34,543 61 

Losses incurred 40,239 22 

Amount at risk 8,075,270 00- 



103 

ANNUAL STATEMENT 

For the year ending December 31, 1902, of the 

INDIANAPOLIS GERMAN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 

Organized July 15, 1884. 

ASSETS. 

Face value of premium notes, $427,128.33. 

Amount of notes less assessment $320,3S1 23 

Real estate 737 04 

In loans 10,000 00 

Cash on hand and in bank 752 73 

Uncollected cash premiums 195 10 

Interest accrued 272 00 

Office furniture and supplies 250 00 

Total assets $332,588 10 

LIABILITIES. 

(None.) 

INCOME IN 1902. 

Premium notes received (face value) $76,635 50 

Amount of cash received on same 7,663 55 

Cash received for interest 298 37 

Cash received for transfer fees 70 00 

Total income $84,667 42 

EXPENDITURES. 

Premium notes returned (face value) $59,380 70 

Cash premiums returned 138 95 

Js T et amount paid for losses 8,907 36 

Amount paid for salaries 1,700 00 

Amount paid for rent, adjusting and supplies 1,118 68 

Total expenditures -. $71,245 69 

MISCELLANEOUST 

Total premium notes received since organization $1,023,360 50 

Total cash received on same 106,737 10 

Total losses paid since organization 57,107 54 

Total risks in force December 31, 1902 4,142,835 33 

Total risks written during the year.... 878,314 52 

Number of members 2,216 

dumber of policies in force 4,131 

BUSINESS IN INDIANAPOLIS. 

Amount of risks written $S78,314 52 

Premium notes received (face value) 76,635 50 

Cash received on same 7,663 55 

Losses paid 8,907 36 

Losses incurred 8,907 36 



104 



CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY. 



President, C. H. Bunker. Vice-President, Franklin H. Head. 

Secretary, A. A. Smith. 

IncorporatedNoveniber, 1897. Commenced business December, 1897. 

Principal office, Hammond, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital stock paid up in cash, $300,000. 
Amount of net or ledger assets December 31 of previous year. $449,752 88 

INCOME. 

Gross premiums unpaid December 31 last year $467,638 33 

Gross premiums on risks written and renewed 

during the year 1,748,676 68 

Total $2,216,315 01 

Deduct gross premiums in course of collection at 

this date 489,003 75 

Entire premiums collected during the year $1,727,311 26 

Deduct reinsurance, abatement, rebate and return 

premiums 439,123 20 

Net cash actually received for premiums $1,288,188 06 

Interest on loans on mortgages $10,766 81 

Interest and dividends on stocks and bonds 3,947 45 

Total interest . . . .' 14,714 26 

Profit on securities actually sold during the year, 

over cost • $229 75 

Income from all other sources 371,700 00 

371,929 75 

Total income actually received during the year in cash.. 1,674,832 07 

Aggregate last balance and income $2,124,584 95 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Gross amount paid for matured claims other than 

weekly indemnity $165,423 56 

Gross amount paid for weekly or other periodical 

indemnity 493,029 10 

Total $658,452 66 

Deduct salvages and reinsurances 13,602 30 

Net paid policy-holders , $644,850 36 

Cost of adjustment and legal expenses in settle- 
ment of claims $4,378 31 

Stockholders for interest or dividends 30,000 00 

Commissions to agents 223,884 22 



105 



Salaries, traveling and all expenses of agents and 

agencies not on commission account $214,465 51 

Medical examiner's fees and salaries 5,910 97 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers, 

$33,536.58; home office employes, $63,680.99 97,217 57 

Taxes on premiums, $16,220.S4; agents' licenses, 

$7,257.62; municipal licenses, $100.00 23,578 46 

Rent 9,542 61 

Legal expenses 6,034 33 

Advertising, $7,223.72; general printing and station- 
ery, $12,337.94 19,561 66 

All other expenses 22,201 18 



Total miscellaneous expenses $656.774 82 

Total disbursements $1,301,625 18 



Balance $822,959 77 



ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgage (first liens) on real estate $272,610 S7 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other market- 
able collaterals 100.000 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 171.880 38 

Cash in company's office 3.500 00 

Cash deposited in banks 133.728 08 

Bills receivable 1,114 23 

Agents' debit balances 36,917 52 

All other items 108,571 6S 



Total $828,322 76 

Deduct ledger liabilities 5,362 99 



Total net or ledger assets $822,959 77 

OTHER ASSETS. 
Interest due, $8,245.90; accrued, $3,459.84 $11,705 74 



Total outstanding interest 11,705 74 

Gross premiums in course of collection, not more than three months 
due, to wit : 
Premiums, $489,003.75; unpaid commission thereon, $99,238.54; net 389,765 21 



Total assets, as per the books of the company $1,224,430 72 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted, and foe Depreciation. 

furniture, fixtures and safes $9,088 92 

Agents debit balances 36,917 52 

Depreciation from cost of above ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 20,000 00 



Total 66,006 44 

Total admitted assets $1,158,424 28 



106 

LIABILITIES. 

Known or Resisted 

In Process Reported: by Company 

of Adjust- Proofs not on its own 

ment. Filed. Account. 

Accident $23,048.67 $66,799.33 $8,135.50 



Aggregate of unpaid claims $97,9S3 50* 

Gross premiums upon all unexpired risks, running one year or less from 
date of policy: 

Accident, Premiums, $1,264,361.30 G32,180 65- 

Due and accrued for salaries, rent, advertising, agency and other ex- 
penses 2,475 79- 

Due to other companies for reinsurance 701 20 



Total amount of all liabilities, except capital stock $733,341 14 

Joint stock capital actually paid up in cash 300,000 00 

Surplus beyond capital and other liabilities 125,083 14 



Aggregate amount of all liabilities, including paid-up capital stock 

and net surplus $1,158,424 28- 

RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Amount Premiums 

at Risk. Thereon. 

In force December 31, preceding year $44,106,534 $796,196 26 

Written or renewed during the year SS,492,684 1,748,676 68 



Total $132,599,218 $2,544,872 94 

Deduct expirations and cancellations 65,477,523 1,263,952 14 



Balance $67,121,695 $1,2SO,920 80> 

Deduct reinsured policies 7,752,100 16,559 50- 



Net in force December 31, 1902. . . . •. $59,369,595 $1,264,361 30' 

BUSINESS IN THE STATE OP INDIANA DURING THE YEAR 1902. 

Risks Premiums Losses Losses 

Written. Received. Paid. Incurred- 

Accident $3,374,240 $65,005.94 $30,003.11 $33,513.11 



UK 



STATEMENT OF BUSINESS 



of the 



INDIANA & OHIO LIVE STOCK INSUKANCE COM- 
PANY, 

Of Crawfordsville, Indiana, June 30, 1902. 



Policies issued, 2,505. 

Risks written $586,29100 

Premiums written 48,095 60 

Losses sustained 16,98100 

Losses paid 16,161 00 

Losses unpaid 730 00 

Paid-up capital 50,000 00 

Authorized capital 100,000 00 



SECURITIES. 

Stocks and bonds $67,701 75 

First mortgage realty loans 11.S50 00 

Cash in bank 12,139 99 

Cash in home office 1,147 98 

Personal loans 3,000 00 



108 



FEDERAL UNION SURETY COMPANY. 

President, Hugh Dougherty. Vice-President, W. A. Guthrie. 

Secretary, E. M. Johnson. 

Incorporated July 8, 1901. Commenced business October 1, 1901. 

Principal office, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital stock paid up in cash, $250,000. 

Amount of net or ledger assets December 31 of previous year. $214,738 61 

Increase of capital stock during 1902 35,600 00 

Total capital stock $250,338 61 

INCOME. 

Fidelity. 

Gross premiums unpaid December 31 last year $812 75 

Gross premiums on risks written and renewed 

during the year 24,986 31 

Total $25,799 06 

Deduct gross premiums in course of collection at 

this date 5.526 60 

Entire premiums collected during the year — $20,272 46 
Deduct reinsurance, abatement, rebate and return 

premiums 794 13 

Net cash actually received for premiums $19,47S 33 

Interest on loans on mortgages $1,266 50 

Interest and dividends on stocks and bonds 8,477 10 

Total interest 9,743 60 

Profit on securities actually sold during the year, 

over cost $"1 -10 

Trust fund 791 57 

Income from all other sources 406 43 

Total 1.269 40 

Total income actually received during the year, in cash.. $30,491 33 

Aggregate last balance and income $280,829 94 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Fidelity. 
Gross amount paid for matured claims other than 

weekly indemnity $345 04 

Deduct salvages and reinsurances 9145 

Net paid policy-holders $253 59 



109 

Cost of adjustment and legal expenses in settle- 
ment of claims $29 SO 

Commissions to agents 1,621 22 

Salaries, traveling and all expenses of agents and 

agencies not on commission account 1,202 16 

Salaries and all other compensation of home office 
employes 

Insurance department fees • — 

Rent 

Legal expenses 

Furniture and fixtures 

Advertising, $975.52; general printing and station 
ery, $2,337.18 

All other expenses 

Total miscellaneous expenses 

Total disbursements 16,635 01 



5,287 37 




323 40 




491 20 




55 00 




7SS 16 




3,312 70 




3.270 41 






$16,381 42 



Balance $264,194 93 



ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgage (first liens) on real estate $14,100 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 242,605 72 

Cash in company's office 1,519 58 

Cash deposited in banks 5,969 63 



Total $2€4,194 93 



OTHER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued 2,374 39 

Gross premiums in course of collection, not more than three months due, 

to- wit: 
Fidelity and Surety premiums, $4,178.80; unpaid commissions thereon, 

$323.55; net 3,855 25 



Total assets, as per the books of the company $270,424 57 

LIABILITIES. 

Fidelity claims in process of adjustment $750 10 

Gross premiums upon all unexpired risks, running one year 
or less from date of policy: 
Fidelity and Surety premiums, $22,604.70; unearned portion 

(50 per cent.) $11,302 35 

Gross premiums upon all unexpired risks running more than 
one year from date of policy: 
Fidelity and Surety premiums, $666.35; unearned premiums 
pro rata 530 84 



Total unearned premiums, as computed above 11,833 19 

Due and accrued for state, city, county or other taxes and assessments.. 2,0S0 00 



Total amount of all liabilities, except capital stock $14,663 29 

Joint stock capital actually paid up in cash 250,000 00 

Surplus beyond capital and other liabilities 5,761 28 



Aggregate amount of all liabilities, including paid-up capital stock 
and net surplus $270,424 57 



110 

RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Fidelity. 

In force December 31, preceding year $441,130 $2,121 20 

Written or renewed during the year 7,602,713 24.9S6 31 

Total $8,043,843 $27,107 51 

Deduct expirations and cancellations 1,394,788 3,836 46 

Balance $6,649,055 $23,271 05 



BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF INDIANA DURING THE YEAR 1902. 

Risks Premiums Losses Losses 
Written. Received. Paid. Incurred. 
Fidelity $6,993,983 $22,429.51 $345.04 $345.04 



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, 1902. 



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112 



AMERICAN CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, E. B. Martindale. Vice-President, Charles E. Dark. 

Secretary, Lynn B. Martindale. 

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

Home office, 206 Newton Claypool Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash, $137,000. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of 

previous year $203,935 06 

Increase of capital during the year 215 00 

Total $204,150 06 

i 
INCOME. 

First year's premiums $57,120 99 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up in- 
surance and annuities 97 74 

Renewal premiums 133,155 89 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 4,411 70 

Total premium income $194,786 32 

Premium notes, loans or liens restored by revival 

of policies 150 00 

Interest on mortgage loans $6,677 78 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stocks 1.356 12 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens... 1,360 75 

Total interest 9,394 65 

Profit on sale or maturity of ledger assets 97 50 

From other sources 3,250 00 

Total income 207,678 87 

Sum of both amounts $411,828 93 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

For death claims $20,379 00 

Premium notes, voided by lapse 2,311 38 

Surrender values paid in cash 306 43 

Surrender values applied to pay premiums 165 00 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up insurance 97 74 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 4,411 70 

Paid stockholders for interest or dividends 8,346 66 

Commissions and bonuses to agents, first year's premiums, 

$32,797.14; renewal premiums, $7,286.58 40,083 72 

Salaries and allowances for agencies 9,976 83 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency expenses. 349 02 

Medical examiner's fees 3,668 01 



$23,961 10 




2,303 79 




4,606 88 




287 67 




570 56 




1,354 21 




2.010 47 






$125,190 17 



113 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 
employes 

Rent 

Advertising, $1,255.03; printing and stationery, $2,397.09; post- 
age, $954.76 

Legal expenses 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 

All other disbursements 

Total disbursements 

Balance $286,638 76 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $173,998 07 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collateral.. 4,612 00 
Loans made to policy-holders on this company's policies as- 
signed as collateral 9,409 37 

Premium notes on policies in force 13.525 52 

Book value of bonds and stocks 44,397 54 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 12,000 00 

Cash in company's office, $2,730.67; deposited in banks (not on 

interest), $21,236.56 23,967 23 

Bills receivable, $4,366.69 ; agents' balances, $362.34 4,729 03 



Total ledger assets $286,638 76 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due, $5.25: accrued, $2,564.12 $2,569 37 

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

value 1,673 13 

New Re- 
Business, newals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in 

force December 31,1902 $5,244 13 $6,873 07 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force De- 
cember 31, 1902 9,260 26 



Totals $5,244 13 $16.1.33 33 

Deduct loading 3.572 88 3,510 69 



Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums $1,671 25 $12,622 64 14,293 89 

All other assets 1,675 00 



Gross assets $306,850 15 



Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes $1,675 00 

Agents' debit balances .'. . 362 34 



Total 2,037 34 



Total admitted assets $304,813 81 

8— Ins. Dept. 



114 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all outstanding policies in force on the 31st clay of 
December, 1902, according to the Actuaries' Table of Mortality, with 

4 per cent, interest $139, 3SS 27 

Present value of amounts not yet due on supplementary contracts not in- 
volving life contingencies 2,418 49 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted by the company. 1,000 00 
Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, commis- 
sions, medical and legal fees, due or accrued 129 00 

Dividends or other profits due policy-holders, including those contingent 

on payment of outstanding and deferred premiums 370 41 

Other liabilities 3,250 00 

Capital stock 137,000 00 

Unassigned funds (surplus) .' 21,226 64 

Total liabilities $304,S12 81 



EXHIBIT OF POLICIES. 

Whole Life Endowment All Other Total Nos. 

Policies. Policies. Policies. and Amount?'. 

Classification. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year.... 1,212 $3,491,000 6 $19,500 591 $1,702,000 1,809 $5,212,500 

New policies written 1,0S4 1,553.413 7 10,000 105 259,854 1,196 1,823,267 

Old policies revived 12 27,000 2 7,500 10 34,000 24 68,500 

Old changed and increased. 2S 54,000 3 8,500 31 62,500 



Totals 2,336 $5,125,413 15 $37,000 709 $2,004,354 3,060 $7,166,767 

Deduct ceased— 

By death 4 $8,500 3 $S,000 7 $16,500 

By expiry 21 42,500 21 42,500 

By surrender 4 12,000 4 12,000 

By lapse 19S 613.500 5 $20,000 74 219,000 277 S52,50O 

By change and decrease.... 5 15,000 2 4,000 3 5,500 10 25,000 

Not taken 39 S5.500 7 25,500 46 111,000 



Total terminated 250 $735,000 7 $24,000 108 $300,500 365 $1,059,500 



Outstanding end of year... 2.0S6 $4,390,413 S $13,000 601 $1,703,854 2,695 $6,107,267 

The industrial policies in force were in number 3,506; in amount, $397,041, not 
included in above exhibit. 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer. — No. 

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? 

Ans-wer.— Stock company. 

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. 



115 

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

Answer. — Officers' salaries based on commission. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds towards 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.— Discretionary with officers. 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1902. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 

31 of previous year 5,843 $5,635,560 00 

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

year 5,365 2,177,251 00 

Total 11,208 $7,812,811 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 5,276 1,662,254 00 

Policies in force, December 31. 5,932 $6,150,557 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year 1 $1,000 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 42 19,829 00 

Total 43 $20,829 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year, in cash 42 19,829.00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (resisted) 1 $1,000 00 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $184,871.34. 



116 



INTER-STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Charles A. Sudlow. Vice-President, F. B. Marsh. . 

Secretary, P. B. Davenport. 

Incorporated June 19, 1897. Commenced business June 19, 1897. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 



Amount of Guaranty Fund paid up in cash, $200,000. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), December 31, of 

previous year $246,360 58 

Increase of Guaranty Fund during the year 93,793 25 

Extended at $340,153 83 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums $75,238 22 

Renewal premiums 156.394 33 

Total premium income $231,632 55 

Premium notes, loans or liens restored by revival of policies. 3,980 46 

Interest on mortgage loans $3,078 25 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stocks 1.505 78 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens.. 10,292 37 
Interest on other debts due the company 2 82 

Total interest 14,879 22 

Total income 250,492 23 

Sum of both amounts $590,646 06 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

For death claims $14,500 00 

Premium notes, voided by lapse 19,064 21 

Surrender values paid in cash 8,700 14 

Paid contributors to Guaranty Fund for interest or dividends 5,814 19 
Commissions and bonuses to agents, first year's premiums, 

$42,814.86; renewal premiums, $299.17 43,114 03 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency expenses. 8,377 51 

Medical examiners' fees 2,245 00 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 

employes 24,522 67 

Rent 1,721 25 

Advertising, $2,164.21; printing and stationery, $619.89; postage, 

$471.70 3,255 80 

Legal expenses 421 50 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 1,587 52 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 584 33 

All other disbursements 955 39 

Total disbursements 134,863 54 

Balance $455,782 52 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $86,900 00 

Premium notes on policies in force 296,284 06 

Book value of bonds 22,627 60 

Cash in company's office, $5,524.51; deposited in banks, 

$44,446.38 49,970 89 

Total ledger assets, as per balance $455,782 55 



117 

Nox-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $6,887 97 

New Business. Renewals. 

Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in 

force December 31, 1902 $12,333 89 $9,417 16 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force De- 
cember 31, 1902 3.795 59 6.438 55 

Totals $16,129 48 $15,S55 71 

Deduct loading 9,677 69 3,171 14 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiums. $6,451 79 $12,684 57 

19,136 36 

Gross assets $481,806 88 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Premium notes or loans on policies and net premiums in excess of the 

net value of their policies 11,29S 61 



Total admitted assets $470,508 27 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force on the 31st day 
of December, 1902, as computed on the Actuaries' table of mortality, 

with 4 per cent, interest $311,906 04 

Premiums paid in advance 338 15 

Unassigned funds (surplus) to policy holders 15S.264 08 



Total liabilities $470,508 27 

ENHIBIT OF POLICIES. 

Return 
Premiums 
and Re- 
Whole Life Endowment All Other versionary Total Nos. 
Policies. Policies. Policies. Additions, and Amounts. 
Classification. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. Amount. No. Amount. 
At end of pre- 
vious year .. 697 $1,863,371 17 $25,000 770 $2,065,533 $90,571 1,484 $4,044,475 
New policies 

written 116 490,500 675 1,789,000 791 2,279,500 

Old policies re- 
vived 24 27,100 24 27,100 

Old changed 
and increased 480 1,396,000 17 34,000 90,S93 497 1,520,893 



Totals ... 1,317 $3,776,971 34 $59,000 1,445 $3,854,533 $181,464 2,796 $7,S71,968 

Deduct ceased— 

By death 1 $10,000 2 $4,500 3 $14,500 

By expiry 180 388,000 180 388,000 

By surrender . 31 100,700 $9,091 31 109,791 

By lapse 91 167,753 5 $9,000 73 177,033 169 353,786 

By change and 

decrease 5,000 492 1,441,000 737 492 1,446,737 

Not taken .... 5 15,500 86 242,000 1,102 91 258,602 



Total ter- 
minated. 128 $298,953 5 $9,000 833 $2,252,533 $10,930 966 $2,571,416 



Outstanding 
end of year.. 1,189 $3,478,018 '29 $50,000 612 $1,602,000 $170,534 1,830 $5,300,552 



118 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer. — No. 

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 issued 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.— Yes; $26,681.27 included in reserve liability. 

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 proportion. 

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 towards 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.— Fifty per cent, or less. 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1902. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 

31 of previous year 1,484 $4,044,475 00 

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

year 560 1,289,424 00 

Total 2,044 $5,333,899 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 448 1,065,589 00 

Policies in force, December 31 1,596 $4,268,310 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 3 $14,500 00 

Total 3 $14,500 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year 3 14,500 00 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $152,151.78. 



119 



LIBERAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, John H. Terhune. First Vice-President, Robert P. Grimes. 
Secretary, Carroll H. McCullough. 



Incorporated January 8, 1901. 



Commenced business January 14, 1901. 



Home office, Anderson, Ind. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), December 31, of previous year. 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums ; $16,253 S3 

Renewal premiums 27 955 73 

Total premium income 

Interest on mortgage loans 

Interest on collateral loans 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens.. 



Total Interest 

From other sources— loan, $7,500; fees, $25. 





$44,209 


56 


$499 25 






1 17 






75 94 


576 






36 




7,525 









Total income 

Sum of both amounts. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

For death claims $11,000 00 

Commissions and bonuses to agents, first year's premiums 9,567 22 

Commuting renewal commissions 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 
agents and clerks 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency expenses. 

Medical examiners' fees 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 
employes 

Rent 

Advertising, $1,054.19; printing and stationery, $850.55; post- 
age, $102.77 

Legal expenses ; ->g 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 

All other disbursements 



Total disbursements 
Balance 



1.S44 92 

3,072 50 
3,915 66 
1,026 78 

3,708 00 
444 53 



2,007 51 
17 75 
166 83 
77 00 

1,078 22 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $16,850 00 

Premium notes on policies in force 800 03 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 8,200 00 

Cash in company's office, $649.17; deposited in banks (not on 

interest), $3,312.76 3 961 93 

Bills receivable ' 47 00 



,474 28 



52,311 60 



7,785 8S 



57,926 92 



$29,858 96 



Total ledger assets 



$29,858 96 



120 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due and accrued $495 74 

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

force December 31, 1902 $1,266 58 $445 33 

Deduct loading 886 60 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiums 379 98 445 33 

825 31 

All other assets, premium liens 14,463 39 



Gross assets $45,643 40 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Premium notes or loans on policies and net premiums in excess of the 

net value of their policies 15,288 70 



Total admitted assets $30,354 70 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the oustanding policies in force on the 31st day 
of December, 1902, as computed on the Actuaries' table of mortality, 

with 4 per cent, interest $10,955 61 

Borrowed money and interest thereon 7,717 00 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 11,682 09 



Total liabilities $30,354 70 

EXHIBIT OF POLICIES. 

Whole Life 
Policies. 
Classification. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year 1S1 $S07,500 
New policies written ... 30 56,000 



Totals 211 $863,500 

Deduct ceased — 

By death 3 $11,000 

By surrender 11 64,000 

By lapse 30 99,000 

By change and decrease 1 2,500 

Not taken 5 14,500 



Endowment 


All Other 


To 


tal Nos. 


: 


Policies. 


P 


olicies. 


and Amounts. 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


6 


$11,500 


152 


$485,000 


339 


$1,304,000 


33 


45,500 


286 


752,000 


349 
688 


853,500 


39 


$57,000 


438 


$1,237,000 


$2,157,500 










3 


$11,000 


1 


$5,000 


1 


2,500 


13 


71,500 


1 


1,000 


86 


242,500 


117 

1 


342,500 
2,500 


2 


2,000 


30 


77,500 


37 


94,000 



Total terminated.. 50 $191,000 4 $8,000 117 $322,500 171 $521,500 



Outstanding end of year 161 $672,500 35 $49,000 321 $914,500 517 $1,636,000 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer. — No. 

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. 



121 

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 towards par? 

Answer. — 

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

Answer. — The reserve. 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1902. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 

31 of previous year 339 $1,304,000 00 

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

year 349 853,500 00 

Total 688 $2,157,500 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 171 $521,500 00 

Policies in force, December 31 517 $1,636,000 00 

No. Amount. 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 3 $11,000 00 

Total 3 $11,000 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year 3 11,000 00 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without an} r deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $44,209.56. 



122 
MERIDIAN LIFE AND TRUST COMPANY. 

President, Arthur Jordan. Vice-President, Everett Wagner. 

Secretary, C. C. Pierce, Jr. 

Reincorporated March 10, 1900. Commenced business December 15, 189S. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), December 31, of previous year. $134,82S 51 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums $22,11149 

Renewal premiums 21,305 46 

Total premium income $43,416 95 

Interest on mortgage loans $783,19 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens... 94 57 

Interest on other debts due the company 87 51 

Total interest 965 27 

Total income 44,382 22 

Sum of both amounts $179,210 76 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

For death claims $1,500 00 

Surrender values paid in cash 914 21 

Commissions and bonuses to agents 8,569 37 

Commuting renewal commissions 1,486 92 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 5,249 73 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency expenses. 3,636 55 

Medical examiners' fees 1,770 50 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 

employes 5,572 56 

Rent 537 02 

Advertising, $251.71; printing and stationery, $784.17; postage, 

$242.76 1,278 64 

Legal expenses 133 20 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 25 38 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 20 00 

Taxes on real estate 41 44 

All other disbursements 369 54 

Total disbursements 31,105 06 

Balance $148,105 70 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $31,620 00 

Loans made to policy-holders on this company's policies as- 
signed as collateral 830 25 

Premium notes on policies in force 93,259 56 

Book value of bonds 5,000 00 

Cash in company's office, $366.29; deposited in banks, $9,381.62. 9,747 91 

Bills receivable, $751.60; agents' balances, $6,396.38 7,147 98 

Furniture and fixtures 500 00 

Total ledger assets $148,105 70 



123 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due and accrued $727 15 

New Re- 

Business. newals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in 

force December 31, 1902 $1,614 S6 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force De- 
cember 31, 1902 $1,123 32 



Totals $1,123 32 $1,614 86 

Deduct loading 674 00 



Net amount of uncollected aud deferred premiums $549 32 $1,614 86 



2,164 18 



Gross assets $130,997 03 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Supplies, furniture, fixtures and safes $500 00 

Agents' debit balances 6,396 38 

Bills receivable 751 60 

Premium notes or loans on policies and net premiums in ex- 
cess of the net value of their policies 1,539 02 



Total 9,187 00 



Total admitted assets $141,810 03 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force on the 31st day 
of December, 1902, as computed on the American Experience table of 
mortality, with 4 per cent, interest $16,661 08 

Commissions due to agents on premium notes when paid 3,665 46 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, commis- 
sions, medical and legal fees, due or accrued 164 50 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 121,318 99 



Total liabilities $141,810 03 

EXHIBIT OF POLICIES. 

Whole Life Endowment All Other Total Nos. 
Policies. Policies. Policies. and Amounts. 
Classification. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. 
At end of previous year 66 $120,500 35 $44,000 440 $838,965 541 $1,003,465 
New Policies written... 52 85,500 12 22.500 453 693,500 517 801,500 
Old changed and in- 
creased 1 750 1 750 



Totals 118 $206,000 47 $66,500 894 $1,533,215 1,059 $1,805,715 

Deduct ceased — 

By death 2 $1,500 2 $1,500 

By surrender 7 3,600 7 3,600 

By lapse 27 $48,000 6 $8,000 99 186,950 132 242,950 

By change and decrease .. 1 5,000 1 5,000 



Total terminated.. 27 $48,000 6 $8,000 109 $197,050 142 $253,050 



Outstanding end of year 91 158,000 41 58,500 ' 785 1,336,165 917 1,552,665 



124 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer.— No. 

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.— Mutual 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 towards 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. 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1902. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 

31 of previous year 541 $1,003,465 00 

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

year 518 802,250 00 

Total 1,059 $1,805,715 '00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 142 253,050 00 

Policies in force, December 31 917 $1,552,665 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 2 $1,500 00 

Total 2 $1,500 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year 2 1,500 00 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $46,155.13. 



125 
RESERVE LOAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Chalmers Brown. Vice-President, Win. R. Zulick. 

Secretary, William K. Bellis. 

Incorporated March 2, 1897. Commenced business March, 1897. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), December 31. of previous year. $66,751 33 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums $51,654 66 

Renewal premiums 86,294 46 

Total premium income $137,949 12 

Interest on mortgage loans $1.86182 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens... 1,604 96 

Total interest 3,466 78 

From other sources 348 92 

Total income 141,764 82 

Sum of both amounts $208,516 15 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

For death claims $22,500 00 

Dividends paid to policy-holders in cash 2,990 64 

Commissions and bonuses to agents, first year's premiums, 

$39,699.57; renewal premiums, $2,728.71 42,428 28 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks ' 6.319 92 

Medical examiners' fees 3,033 36 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 

employes -. 12,699 57 

Rent 1,295 00 

Advertising, $633.82; printing and stationery, $1,436.32; post- 
age, $1,626.40 3,696 54 

Legal expenses 1,484 15 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 53 20 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 357 28 

All other disbursements 4,446 83 

Total disbursements $101,304 77 

Balance $107,211 38 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $29,550 00 

Loans made to policy-holders on this company's policies as- 
signed as collateral 38,151 12 

Premium notes on policies in force 4,456 82 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 7,500 00 

Cash in company's office, $2,407.68; deposited in banks (not on 

interest), $19,139.30 21,546 98 

Bills receivable, $315; agents' balances, $5,691.46 6,006 46 

Total ledger assets $107,211 38 



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Non-Ledger Assets. 



Interest due, $495.38; accrued, $763.64 $1,259 02 

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

force December 31, 1902 $3,383 57 $2,934 63 

Totals $3,383 57 $2,934 63 

Deduct loading 2,368 50 146 78 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums $1,015 07 $2,787 85 3,802 92 

All other assets: Supplies, furniture and fixtures 2,500 00 

Gross assets $114,773 32 



Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Supplies, furniture and fixtures 2,500 00 

Total admitted assets $112,273 32 

LIABILITIES. 



Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force on the 31st day 
of December, 1902. as computed on the Actuaries Table of Mortality, 

with 4 per cent, interest $22,085 00 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted by the company. 5,000 00 

Additional reserves voluntarily set aside by company 85.1S8 32 

Total liabilities $112,273 32 



EXHIBIT OF POLICIES. 



Whole Life Endowment All Other Total Nos. 

Policies. Policies. Policies. and Amounts. 

Classification. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year 837 $1,306,000 .... 
New policies written... 778 1,783,250 10 

Old policies revived 1 2,500 

Old changed and iucr'd 3,000 .... 



Totals 1,616 $3,094,750 10 

Deduct ceased— 

By death 8 $14,500 .... 

By lapse 312 463,000 .... 

By change and decrease 4,500 

Not taken 60 128,500 .... 



Total terminated.. 380 "$610,500 



$7 


,750 


34 

1,144 

4 
95 

6 

105 


70 


,750 


822 
1 

2,770 

12 
407 

66 

4S5 


1,861,750 
2,500 










3,000 




,750 








$7 


$1,756,700 

$8,000 

143:500 

5,000 

11,000 


$4,859,200 
$22,500 


| 




606,500 






9,500 






139,500 












$107, 


,500 


$778,000 









Outstand'g end of year. 1,236 $2,4S4,250 10 $7,750 1,039 $1,589,200 2,285 $4,081,200 



127 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer.— Xo. 

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.— Xo stockholders. 

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

Answer.— Xo. 

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

Answer. — Xo. 

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

Answer.— Most premiums are cash. Occasionally a note is taken for part of first 
year's premium. 

BUSINESS IX INDIANA DURING 1902. 

No. Amount. 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 

31 of previous year 1,947 $2,991,950 00 

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

year 823 1,867,250 00 

Total 2,770 $4,859,200 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 4S5 778,000 00 

Policies in force December 31 2,285 $4,081,200 00 

Losses and claims incurred during "the year .: 12 22.500 00 

Total 12 $22,500 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year 12 22,500 00 



128 
STATE LIFE LNTSUEANCE COMPANY. 

President, Andrew M. Sweeney. First Vice-President, Samuel Quinn. 
Secretary, Wilbur S. Wynn. 

Incorporated September 4, 1894. Commenced business September 24, 1894. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of previous year.. $843,059 70 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums $446, S24 35 

Surrender values applied to pay first year's pre- 
miums 9,935 20 

Total first year's premiums $456,759 55 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up in- 
surance and annuities 3,579 40 

Total new premiums $460,338 95 

Renewal premiums 717,550 02 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 29,939 66 

Total renewal premiums $747,489 68 

Total premium income $1,207,828 63 

Interest on mortgage loans $40,825 16 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens... 10,922 60 

Interest on other debts due the company 264 52 

Total interest $52,012 28 

From other sources 842 62 

Total income $1,260,683 53 

Sum of both amounts $2,103,743 23 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

For death claims $153.905 96 

Surrender values paid in cash 5,790 95 

Surrender values applied to pay new premiums 9,935 20 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up insurance and 

annuities 3,579 40 

Dividends paid to policy-holders in cash 552 14 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 29,939 66 

Commissions and bonuses to agents, first year's premiums, 

$230,968.51; renewal premiums, $63,403.07 294,371 58 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 33,524 63 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency expenses 26,449 26 

Medical examiners' fees, $21,267.66; inspection of risks, 

$1,268.06 22,535 72 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 

employes , 67,856 25 

Rent 7,333 00 

Advertising, $4,392.25; printing and stationery, $10,844.56; post- 
age, $3,092.84 18,329 65 

Legal expenses 6,098 22 



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Furniture, fixtures and safes $4,862 24 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 17,618 15 

All other disbursements 6,785 52 

Total disbursements $709,467 53 

Balance $1,394,275 70 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $976,346 12 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collateral. 3.S50 00 

Loans made to policy-holders on this company's policies as- 
signed as collateral 199,090 22 

Premium notes on policies in force 26,197 21 

Depdsited in trust companies and banks on interest 79,864 60 

Cash in company's office, $7,711.46; deposited in banks (not on 

interest), $58,915.17 66.626 63 

Certificates of deposit, agents' balances 22,300 92 

Total ledger assets $1,394,275 70 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $126; accrued, $13,954.16 14,080 16 

New Re- 

Business. newals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in 

force December 31, 1902 $139,531 21 $61,939 11 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force De- 
cember 31, 1902 10,653 18 37,266 99 

Totals $150,184 39 $99,206 10 

Deduct loading 84,980 14 23,429 17 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiums.. $65,204 25 $75,776 93 140,981 18 

Gross assets $1,549,337 04 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 
Agents' debit balances 22,300 92 

Total admitted assets $1,527,036 12 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force on 
the 31st day of December, 1902, as computed on the Actu- 
aries and American Experience Tables of Mortality, with 4 
and 3 per cent, interest $1,143,253 27 

Same for annuities 264 27 

Total „ $1,143,517 54 

Claims for death losses in process of adjustment or adjusted 

and not due $2,500 00 

Claims for death losses which have been reported and no 

proofs received 14,000 00 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted by 

the company 10,000 00 

Total policy claims 26,500 00 

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Premiums paid in advance $2,765 07 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, commis- 
sions, medical and legal fees, due or accrued 2,620 62 

Dividends or other profits due policy-holders 846 48 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 350,786 41 

Total liabilities $1,527,036 12 



EXHIBIT OF POLICIES. 



Whole Life 
Policies. 
Classification. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year. 3,289 $11,318,781 
New policies written... 225 1,009,304 

Old policies revived 48 150,500 

Old changed and incr'd.2,3S9 5,941,100 



Endowment 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 

$95,700 

79,400 

2,000 

203,250 



40 

123 

1 

94 



All Other Total Nos. 

Policies. and Amounts. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
6,840 $22,201,175 10,169 $33,645,656 
5,927 12,647,652 6,275 13,736,356 

41 126,002 90 278,502 
2,483 6,144,350 



Totals 5,951 $1S,419,685 258 $380,350 12,808 $34,974,S29 19,017 $53,774,864 

Deduct ceased— 

By death 16 $47,500 1 $1,000 41 $122,500 58 $171,000 

By expiry 572 1,325,500 572 1,325,500 

By surrender 103 354,062 2 10,500 112 506,500 217 871,062 

By lapse 527 1,337,600 6 15,000 879 1,961,400 1,412 3,314,000 

By change and decrease 2,483 6,144,350 2,483 6,144,350 

Not taken 45 200,385 29 22,400 914 2,184,479 1,048 2,407,264 

Total terminated $1,939,547 38 $48,900 5,061 $12,244,729 5,790 $14,233,176 

Outstanding end of year.... $16,480,138 220 $331,450 7,747 $22,730,100 13.227 $39,541,688 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 



Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer. — No. 

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 wliere? 

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 asset been increased during'the year except to bring 
bonds towards 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 part of the first year's premium and not exceeding the reserve on 
renewals. 



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BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1902. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 

31 of previous year 3,188 $9,618,346 00 

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

year 1,148 2,280,56100 

Total 4,336 $11,898,907 00 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 769 1,733,101 00 

Policies in force December 31 3,567 $10,165,806 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 16 $64,500 00 

Total 16 $64,500 00 

Losses and claims settled during the year 15 59,500 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 1 5,000 00 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $375,692.55. 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



Assessment Life Associations 
of the state of indiana 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE SAME ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1902. 



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134 
HOME MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, Jacob D. Henderson. Secretary, Frank H. Goodman. 

Incorporated February 24, 1898. Commenced business March 1, 1S9S. 

Home office, South Bend, Indiana. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $1,613 65 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other expenses, 
as follows: 

Premiums or assessments $3,606 28 

From all other sources 4,000 00 

Total income during the year 7,606 28 

Sum $9,219 93 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid • $909 00 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents ...' 1,977 14 

Salaries of officers 600 00 

Medical examiners' fees 113 50 

All other items 245 35 

Total disbursements 3,844 99 

Balance $5,374 94 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office, $162.94; deposited in banks, $5,212 $5,374 94 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made within sixty 

days on insurance in force 579 08 

Gross assets $5,954 02 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 569 $208,826 00 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 551 514,005 00 

Total 1,120 $722,83100 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 365 177,517 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 755 $545,314 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 6 909 00 

Total 6 $909 00 

Losses and claims paid during the year 6 909 00 

Indiana business not reported separately. 



135 



MODEL LIFE IXSURAXCE COMPANY. 

President, R. P. Blodan. Secretary, James H. Beaeham. 

Incorporated May 24, 1S97, under act of March 9, 1897. 

Commenced business May 24, 1897. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $19,204 14 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other expenses,' 
as follows: 
Premiums or assessments: Expense, $18,286.45; reserve, 

$26,727.82 $43,014 27 

Interest 1,633 65 

From all other sources 70 00 

Total income during the year 44,717 92 

Sum $63,922 06 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $9,050 00 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 8,752 57 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 160 47 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 1,333 50 

Salaries of officers 4,790 47 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 2,107 00 

Medical examiners' fees 1,440 00 

Rent, $834.99; taxes, $2.15; advertising and printing, $385.94.... 1,223 08 

All other items 2,219 98 

Total disbursements 31,077 07 

Balance $32,844 99 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $13,875 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other collateral 5,000 00 

Agents' debit balances 2,371 39 

Cash in office, $345.56; deposited in bank3, $12,916.61 13,262 17 

Other items 149 81 

Less ledger liabilities 1,813 38 

Total $32,844 99 



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Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $274 39 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid, $11,730; less cost of 

collecting same, $4,464.34 7,265 66 

Other items 31,836 92 

Total non-ledger assets $39,376 97 

Gross assets $72,221 96 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Claims in process of adjustment 1,000 00 

Balance to protect contracts $71,221 96 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

No. Amouut. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year). 1,10S $2,023,500 00 
Policies"or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 415 835.500 00 

Total 1.523 $2,859.000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 248 483.281 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1,275 $2,375.719 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 1 $1,050 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year , 5 9,000 00 

Total 6 $10,050 00 

Losses and claims paid during the year 5 9,050 00 

Business of this company confined to the State of Indiana. 



137 
SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, C. P. Drummond. Secretary, W. B. Calvert. 

Incorporated April 27, 1900, under assessment law of 1897, Chapter 195. Commenced 

business April 27, 1900. 
Home office, South Bend, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $7,237 68 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other expenses, 
as follows: 
Premiums or assessments: Mortuary, $3.635.71 ; reserve, 

$4,031.99; expense, $4,637.77 k $12,305 47 

Interest 206 92 

From all other sources 504 65 

Total income during the year 13.017 04 

Sum $20,254 72 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues $4,802 18 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid l>y 

commissions 1,232 01 

Salaries of officers, $1,545.76; other compensation of officers, 

$437.58 1,983 34 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 260 00 

Medical examiners' fees 36139 

Rent, $349.34; advertising and printing, $573.96 923 30 

All other items 789 20 

Total disbursements 10,351 42 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' debit balances, $2,546.19: bills receivable, $1.688.76.... $4,234 95 

Cash in office, $254.63; deposited in banks. $5,156.25 5,410 91 

Other items 257 44 

Total $9,903 30 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $104 12 

Furniture and fixtures 363 28 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid, $1,955.69; less cost 

of collecting same, $195.57 1.760 12 

Total non-ledger assets 2,227 52 

Gross assets $12,130 82 



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Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Agents' debit balances, unsecured, $2,546.19; bills receivable, 

unsecured, $1,688.76 $4,234 95 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 363 28 

Total $4,598 23 

Total admitted assets $7,532 59 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31st (beginning of year). 219 $434,500 00 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year ...'. 192 271,700 00 

Total : 411 $706,200 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 167 257,800 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 244 $44S,400 00 

Business of this company confined to the State of Indiana. 



139 



UXIOX LIFE IXSUBAXCE COMPANY, OF INDIANA. 

President, James E. Somes. Secretary, Charles A. Goodale. 

Incorporated September 21, 1S87. Commenced business November 15, 1S86. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $47,462 11 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Premiums or assessments: Mortuary, $35,892.61; reserve, 

$4,612.19; expense, $40,832.01 $81,336 84 

Interest 2,114 47 

Total income during the year 83,451 31 

Sum $130,913 42 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $46,157 33 

Surrender values 575 05 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 40 00 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents 20,226 17 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 1,878 36 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 4,708 19 

Salaries of officers 4,204 15 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 2,470 75 

Medical examiners' fees 1,685 75 

Rent, $1,015; advertising and printing, $919.61 1,934 61 

All other items 3,677 15 

Total disbursements 87,557 53 

Balance $43,355 89 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $33,305 90 

Agent's debit balances, $5,414.11; bills receivable, $259.41 5,673 52 

Cash in office, $63.32; deposited in banks, $3,626.97 3,690 29 

Other items 686 18 

Total $43,355 89 



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Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $560; accrued, $514.60 

Fixtures and furniture 

Premiums or assessments (deferred) less cost of collecting 
same 



Total non-ledger assets 
Gross assets 



$1,074 60 
800 00 

25,198 35 



$27,072 95 



$70,428 84 



Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 

Total admitted assets 



$800 00 



$69,628 84 



Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Claims adjusted not yet due 

Claims in process of adjustment, $4,000; resisted, $1,000. 
All other 

Total actual liabilities 



$3,000 00 

5,000 00 

13,755 44 



21,755 44 



Balance to protect contracts $47,873 40 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



No. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 3,010 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year — > 1,316 

Total 4,326 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,580 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 2,746 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 12 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 34 



Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
Amount. 



Total 

Losses and claims paid during the year. 



Amount. Xo. 

$3,324,400 1,510 

732,040 703 



40 



$54,650 
46,650 



$1,647,300 
399,220 



$4,056,440 


2,213 


$2,046,520 


962,350 


651 
1,562 


388,550 


$3,094,090 


$1,657,970 


$15,200 


2 


$2,000 


39,450 


L2 


17,200 



$19,200 
18,200 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



Assessment Life Associations 

Of Other States 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE SAME ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1902. 



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142 
BANKERS LIFE ASSOCIATION. 

President, E. A. Temple. Secretary, H. S. Nollen. 

Incorporated June 30, 1879. Commenced business September 2, 1879. 

Home office, Des Moines, Iowa. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $4,673,340 00 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Cross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $227,985 00 

Premiums or assessments: Mortuary, $1,051,316.37; expense, 

$285,922.64 1,337,239 01 

Guarantee deposits 394,788 61 

Total paid by members $1,960,012 62 

Interest 229,064 66 

From all other sources 2,752 79 

Total income during the year 2,191,830 07 

Sum $6,865,170 07 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,039,094 61 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants.... 13,637 73 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents 220,975 99 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 36,240 88 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 7,742 95 

Salaries of officers 23,357 35 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 29,087 26 

Medical examiners' fees 34,825 35 

Rent, $5,670.04; taxes, $10,864.92; advertising and printing, 

$6,933.93 23,468 89 

All other items 31,488 21 

Total disbursements 1,459,919 22 

Balance $5,405,250 85 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $4,235,205 21 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned 291,586 38 

Cash deposited in banks 156,972 19 

Other items 728,217 77 

Less credit balances, etc 6,730 70 

Total $5,405,250 85 



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Nox-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due.. §400; accrued. $114.167.36 $114,567 36 

Premiums or assessments to become due 78.0OO 00 

Total non-ledger assets $192,567 36 

Gross assets $5,597,818 21 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Claims in process of adjustment, $72,000; resisted, $6,000 $78,000 00 

Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes bills, accounts, commissions, 

fees, etc., due and accrued 2,700 00 

Total actual liabilities 80,700 00 

Balance to protect contracts $5,517,118 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) 79,883 $159,766,000 1,024 $2,048,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 12,761 25,522.000 416 832,000 

Total 92,644 $185,288,000 1,440 $2,880,000 

Deduct or ceased to be in force during the 

year 3.377 6,'75#,«00 101 202,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 89,267 $178,534,000 1,339 $2,678,000> 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 42 $S4.000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 527 1,054,000 7 $14,000 

Total 569 $1,138,000 7 $14,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 530 1,060.000 5 10,000 



144 

KNIGHTS TEMPLARS AND MASONS LIFE 
INDEMNITY COMPANY. 

President, Geo. M. Monlton. Secretary, W. H. Gray. 

.Reincorporated April 24, 1900. Commenced business May 27, 18S4. 

Home office, Chicago, Illinois. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $456,337 61 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $7,335 75 

Annual dues 15,202 50 

Premiums or' assessments - Mortuary, $311,287.79; expense, 

$103,760.76 415,048 55 

Total paid by members $437,586 80 

Interest 18,951 27 

From all other sources 4,741 16 

Total income during the year 461,279 23 

Sum $917,616 84 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $360,630 08 

Dividends paid members 12,734 76 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 377 62 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 17,129 89 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 4,262 00 

Salaries and other compensation of officers 6,125 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 10,268 90 

Medical examiners' fees 1,765 50 

Rent, $4,380; advertising and printing, $8,575.13 12,955 13 

All other items 23,671 60 

Total disbursements 449,920 48 

Balance $467,696 36 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned $451,510 40 

Cash in office, $5,445.19; deposited in banks, $24,522.71 29,967 90 

Other items 18,557 76 

Less ledger liabilities 32,339 70 

Total $467,696 36 



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Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $2,932 81 

Market value of bonds and stocks over book value, uot in- 
cluding interest 8,475 65 

Total non-ledger assets $11,408 46 

Gross assets $479,104 82 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Claims adjusted not yet due $54,000 00 

Claims not adjusted 22,000 00 

Claims resisted 15,850 00 

Total actual liabilities 91,850 00 

Balance to protect contracts $387,254 82 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 5,990 $17,130,500 69 $143,331 

Policies or certificates written or iucreased 

during the calendar year S73 2,401,697 142 303,325' 

Total 6,863 $19,532,197 211 $446,658 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,364 3,798,000 82 187.000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 5,499 $15,734,197 129 $259,656 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 24 $78,259 

Losses and claims - incurred during the calen- 
dar year 122 394,809 1 $3,000 

Total 146 $173,068 1 $3,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 118 381,218 1 3,000 



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146 
TRADERS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, S. A. Miller. Secretary, T. A. Lofton. 

Incorporated November, 1892. Commenced business December, 1892. 

Home office, Chicago, Illinois. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $57,605 73 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Premiums or assessments: Mortuary, $59,307.22; reserve,- $5,- 

278.70; expense, $17,903.S7 $82,489 79 

Interest 2,08S 76 

Rents 35 00 

Total income during the year S4,613 55 

Sum $142,219 28 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $35.263 82 

Surrender values paid 212 54 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees ancl dues 13,505 54 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 2.085 91 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 8.134 61 

Salaries and other compensation of officers 7,00151 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 2.469 70 

Medical examiners' fees 3.194 30 

Rent, $1,100; advertising and printing, $1,816.94 2,916 94 

All other items 5,384 63 

Total disbursements 80,169 50 

Balance $62,049 78 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $37,300 00 

Agent's debit balances, $14,890.75; bills receivable, $700 15,590 75 

Cash in office, $571.40; deposited in banks, $10,505.26 11,076 66 

Other items .. 36 00 

Less ledger liabilities 1,953 63 

Total $62,049 78 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $879.25; accrued, $522.S0 $1,402 05 

Rents due, $20; accrued, $52 72 00 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid and to become due 14,070 41 

Total non-ledger assets 15,544 46 

Gross assets $77,594 24 



147 

Dedcct Assets Not Admitted. 
Agents' debit balances, unsecured $14 890 75 



Total admitted assets $62 703 49 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Claims adjusted not yet due $400 00 

Claims in process of adjustment. $6,500; resisted, $9,000 15,500 00 

All other 14,277 57 



Total actual liabilities 30177 57 



Balance to protect contracts $32 525 92 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

^beginning of year) 4,030 $5,199,450 69 $86,500 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 13,349 1,677,303 1,457 168,533 

Total 17,379 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 8,547 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 8,832 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 7 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 34 

Total 41 $49,789 

Losses and claims paid during the year 27 33,889 



$6,876,753 


1,526 


$255,033 


1,660,186 


853 


115,721 


$5,216,567 


673 


$139,312 


$9,000 






40,789 









148 
WORLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION. 

President, .7. P. Hewitt. Secretary, Henry Pyle. 

Commenced business March, 1900. Home office, Des Moines, Iowa. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $1,398 54 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $7,540 00 

Premiums or assessments: Mortuary, $3,201.41; reserve, $2,- 

731.92; expense, $3,249.50 9,182 83 

Total income during the year 16,722 S3 

Sum $18,121 37 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR, 

As shown by the books at home office, at close of business, 

December 31. 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants $50 00 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 7,490 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 91 60 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 728 15 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 152 50 

Medical examiners' fees 717 00 

Rent, $265; taxes, $103.12; advertising and printing, $340.86.... 708 98 

All other items 739 62 

Total disbursements 10,677 85 

Balance $7,443 52 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $2,000 00 

Agents' debit balances, $1,197.35: bills receivable, $771.46 1,968 81 

Cash in office, $608.46; deposited in banks, $4,835.06 5.443 52 

Other items 529 10 

Total $9,941 43 

Non-Ledgek Assets. 

Reserve fund 35,652 69 

Gross assets $45,594 12 



149 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Agents' debit balances, unsecured, $1,197.35; bills receivable, 

unsecured, $771.46 $1,968 SI 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 529 10 

Total $2,497 91 

Total admitted assets $43,096 21 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (begnning of year).. 860 $1,364,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 500 749,000 

Total 1,360 $2,113,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 62 71,000 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1,298 $2,042,000 

Business of this company confined to the State of Indiana. 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



ASSESSMENT ACCIDENT ASSOCIATIONS 



STATE OF INDIANA, 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE SAME ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1902. 



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152 
COLUMBIAN" RELIEF FUND ASSOCIATION, 

President, W. H. Latta. Secretary, C. H. Brackett. 

Incorporated November 24, 1896. Commenced business November 25, 1896. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $11,282 48 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions foi commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $25,029 00 

Premiums or assessments: Temporary disability benefit, $46,- 

574.98; expense, $27,944.98; contingent fund, $18,629.99 93,149 95 

Total paid by members $118,178 95 

Interest 419 54 

Rents 208 80 

From all other sources 756 67 

Total income during the year 119,563 96 

Sum $130,846 44 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $3,945 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims. paid 45,372 89 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 63 74 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 24,734 36 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 9,083 90 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 8,815 05 

Salaries of officers 5,750 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,189 74 

Rent, $2,392.80; taxes, $128.70; advertising and printing, $2,- 

665.97 5,187 47 

All other items 7,623 77 

Total disbursements 115,765 92 

Balance $15,080 52 

' LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $1,159 00 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned 7,430 61 

Agents' debit balances 557 27 

Cash deposited in banks , 4,933 64 

Other items 1,000 00 

Total $15,080 52 



153 

Non-Ledgek Assets. 

Interest accrued <. $143 66 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 2,000 00 

Less cost of collecting same 9,117 61 

Other items 1,794 30 

Total non-ledger assets $13,055 57 

Gross assets $28,136 09 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 2,000 00 

Total admitted assets $26,136 09 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Specific indemnity claims in process of adjustment $100 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjust- 
ment, $482.86; reported probable liability, $1,500; resisted, 
$146 2,128 86 

Total actual liabilities 2.22S 86 

Balance to protect contracts $23,907 23 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 8,061 $1,214,993 4,911 $615,590 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 8,343 1,139,886 3,232 424,086 

Total 16,407 $2,354,879 8,143 $1,039,676 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 7.140 1,211,509 3,634 446,910 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 9,267 $1,143,370 4,509 $592,760 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 42 $745 19 $443 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 2.464 49,302 1,272 26,336 

Total 2.506 $50,047 1,291 $26,779 

Losses and claims paid during the year 2,491 49,318 1,287 26,664 



154 

COMMEKCIAL TKAVELEKS MUTUAL ACCIDENT 
ASSOCIATION. 

President, John A. Dugan. Secretary, Carey McPherson. 

Incorporated September 10, 1S92, under law of 1883. Commenced business July 10, 1892. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $6,937 71 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees reqaired or represented by 

applications $1,020 00 

Annual dues as per contract 2,982 00 

Premiums or assessments 10,857 00 

Total income during the year 14,859 00 

Sum $21,796 71 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid $12,807 92 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 685 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 8 30 

Salaries of officers 1,992 41 

Salaries and other compensation of offiee employes 105 50 

Rent, $300; taxes, $39.98; advertising and printing, $441.20 781 18 

All other items 696 45 

Total disbursements 17,076 76 

Balance : $4,719 95 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposited in banks $4,719 95 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 100 00 

Gross assets $4,819 95 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 100 00 

Total admitted assets $4,719 95 



155 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 1,481 $7,405,000 
Policies cr certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 433 2,165,000 

Total 1,914 $9,570,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 306 1,530,000 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1,608 $8,040,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year $12,808 

Total $12,808 

Losses and claims paid during the year 12,808 

Indiana business not reported separately. 



156 

FOET WAYNE MEKCANTILE ACCIDENT ASSO- 
CIATION. 

President, R. D. Hudgel. Secretary, L. H. Ransom. 

Incorporated December 17, 1892, under law of 1883 

Commenced business December 17, 1892. 

Home office, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $99 81 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $287 00 

Annual dues as per contract 799 00 

Premiums or assessments: Temporary disability benefit, $5,- 

982.71; expense, $1,562.29 7,545 00 

Total paid by members 8,631 00 

Sum $8,730 81 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid $5,956 44 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 4 00 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 478 05 

Salaries of officers, $1,083.32; other compensation of officers, 

$296.60 1,379 92 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes • 208 00 

Rent, $133.50; advertising and printing, $118.94 252 44 

All other items 329 88 

Total disbursements 8,608 73 

Balance $122 08 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash in office, $70.03; deposited in banks, $52.05 $122 08 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 

within sixty days on insurance in force $1,500 00 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 200 00 

Total non-ledger assets 1,700 00 

Gross assets $1,822 08 



157 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $200 00 

Total admitted assets $1,622 08 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 870 $4,350,000 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 287 1,435,000 

Total 1,157 $5,785,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 253 1,265,000 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 904 $4,520,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 88 $5,956 

Total 88 $5,956 

Losses and claims paid during the year 88 5,956 

Indiana business not reported separately. 



158 



HOME MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, Jacob D. Henderson. Secretary, Frank H. Goodman. 

Incorporated February 24, 1898. Commenced business March 1, 1898. 

Home office, South Bend, Ind. 



BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$5,096 09 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $2,365 00 

Premiums or assessments .- ; 18,696 74 

Total paid by members 21,061 74 

Sum $26,157 83 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $200 00 

Temporary disabil ! ty benefit claims paid 6,334 60 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 5,432 25 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 1,034 26 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 1,940 15 

Salaries of officers 1,200 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,253 47 

Rent, $276; advertising and printing, $695 971 00 

All other items 1,944 51 

Total disbursements 20,310 24 

Balance $5,847 59 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' debit balances $1,556 44 

Cash in office, $736.97; deposited in banks, $3,025.05 3,762 02 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 529 13 

Total $5,847 59 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made within sixty 

days on insurance in force, $1,673; less cost of collecting same, $41.82.. 1,631 18 

Gross assets -. $7,478 77 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. ' 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 529 13 

Total admitted assets $6,949 64 



159 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 
Temporary disability benefit claims reported, probable liability $200 00 



Balance to protect contracts $6,749 64 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 1,552 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 2,365 

Total 3,917 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 2,244 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 1,673 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 444 

Total '. 444 

Losses and claims paid during the year 444 



Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


$366,365 


1,439 


$339,065 


532,125 


2,136 
3,575 


480,600 


$S9S,490 


$S19,665 


504,900 


2,027 
1,548 


456,075 


$393,590 


$363,590 


$6,535 


424 
424 


$6,278 


$6,535 


$6,278 


6,535 


424 


6,278 



160 



INDIANA BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 



President, F. A. Kraft. 
Incorporated April 1, 1889. 



Secretary, G. O. Erni. 
Commenced business May 1, 1889. 



Home office, New Albany, Ind. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$5,289 51 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Premiums or assessments: Specific benefits, $528.96; tem- 
porary disability benefit, $528.96; expense, $2,468.52 $3,526 44 

Interest 265 00 

From all other sources 255 00 

Total income during the year 

Sum 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $939 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 67171 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 8 95 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 536 50 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 310 87 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 902 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 240 00 

Rent, $162; advertising and printing, $190.40 352 40 

All other items 84 46 

Total disbursements , 

Balance 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $3,100 00 

Agents' debit balances 84 03 

Cash in office, $356.70; deposited in banks, $1,246.82 1,603 52 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 525 00 

Less credit balances 22 49 

Total 

Non-Ledgee Assets. 

Interest accrued 

Gross assets 



4,046 44 



$9,335 95 



4,045 89 



$5,290 06 



$5,290 06 



52 69 



$5,342 75 



161 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Agents' debit balances, unsecured $S4 03 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 525 00 

Total $609 03 



Total admitted assets $4,733 72 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 
Specific indemnity claims adjusted, due and unpaid 12 50 



Balance to protect contracts $4,721 22 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 1,299 $277,646 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 704 29,173 

Total 2,003 $306,819 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 809 79,570 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1.194 $227,249 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 104 1,623 

Total 104 $1,623 

Losses and claims paid during the year 103 1,611 

Business of this company confined to State of Indiana. 



11— Ins. Dkpt. 



V>2 



INDIANAPOLIS MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, W. H. Fumiss. Secretary, A. C. Simnis. 

Commenced business October, 1902. Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: • . 

Premiums or assessments: Specific benefits, $18; temporary 

disability benefit, $5.50; expense, $364.77 $388 27 

From all other sources 395 33 

Total income during the year $783 60 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $18 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 5 50 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 2 90 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 142 12 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 45 00 

Advertising and printing 80 25 

All other items 71 00 

Total disbursements 364 77 



Balance , $41S S3 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash in office, $5.65; deposited in banks, $413.18 $41S 83 



163 
NORTH AMERICAN BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, J. H. Rohsenberger. Secretary, L. Lichtenberger. 

Home office, Evansville, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $219 63 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its agents without 

deductions for commissions or other expenses, as follows: 
Annual dues as per contract 4,730 61 

Sum $4,950 24 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $100 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 744 29 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 1,723 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 112 84 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 487 71 

Salaries of officers, $320; other compensation of officers, $73... 393 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 344 50 

Rent, $199.80; taxes, $1.89; advertising and printing, $305.43.... 507 12 

All other items 384 27 

Total disbursements 4,796 73 

Balance $153 51 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office, $11.86; deposited in banks, $141.65 $153 51 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Specific benefit assessments to be made for claims resisted 
and not assessed for, contingent on the result of suits 
thereon $160 00 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 900 00 

Total non-ledger assets 1,060 00 

Gross assets $1,213 51 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 900 00 

Total admitted assets $313 51 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Specific indemnity claims resisted 160 00 

Balance to protect contracts $153 51 



164 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 259 $25,900 167 $16,700 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 1,046 26,150 526 13,150 

Total 1,305 $52,050 693 $29,850 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 935 23,375 238 5,950 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 370 $28,675 355 $23,900 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 2 $160 2 $160 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 54 844 28 466 

Total 56 $1,004 30 $626 

Losses and claims paid during the year 54 844 28 466 



1G5 



SECUEITY ACCIDENT AND SICK BENEFIT ASSO- 
CIATION. 



President. E. L. Hancock. 



Secretary, T. G. Saltmarsh. 



Incorporated June 16, 1900, under act of March 9, 1S97. 

Commenced business Juue 16, 1900. 

Home office, Seymour, Ind. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$2,092 30 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $1,535 00 

Premiums or assessments 2,703 25 

Total paid by members - $4,238 25 

From all other sources 650 00 

Total income during the year 4,888 25 

Sum $6,980 55 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $300 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 753 27 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 1,535 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 136 25 

Salaries of officers 450 00 

Rent, $90; advertising and printing, $74.20 164 20 

All other items 149 75 

Total disbursements 3,488 47 

Balance $3,492 08 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposited in banks $3,492 08 

Non-Licdger Liabilities. 

Temporary disability benefit claims reported, probable liability 150 00 

Balance to protect contracts $3,342 08 



166 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 163 $132,650 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 614 482,660 

Total 777 $615,310 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 374 297,690 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 403 $317,620 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 43 $1,053 

Total 43 $1,053 

Losses and claims paid during the year 43 1,053 

Business of this company confined to State of Indiana. 



167 
W ABASH MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, Max Heintze. Secretary, E. Bierhaus, Jr. 

Incorporated May 28, 1900. Commenced business Juno 4, 1900. 

Home office, Vincennes, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. $3,692 2S 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tbe association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $7,142 66 

Premiums or assessments: Specific benefits, $570.87; tem- 
porary disability benefit, $2,854.35; expense, $7.992.18 11,417 40 

Total paid by members $18,560 06 

From all other sources 3,555 00 

Total income during the year 22,115 06 

Sum $25,807 34 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $196 60 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 2,785 12 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 5,425 S6 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 902 94 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 6,944 34 

Salaries of officers 919 92 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,073 00 

Rent, $455.77; advertising and printing, $318.86 774 63 

All other items 1,343 54 

Total disbursements 20,365 95 

Balance $5,441 39 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' debit balances $235 05 

Cash in office, $373.10; deposited in banks, $1,814.65 2,187 75 

Notes secured by policies 2,311 80 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 800 00 

Less credit balances •. 93 21 

Total $5,441 39 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made within sixty 

days on insurance in force, $930.45; less cost of collecting same, $93.04.. 837 41 

Gross assets $6,278 80 



168 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 
Furniture, fixtures and supplies $800 00 



Total admitted assets $5,478 80 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Specific indemnity claims resisted $135 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment 50 00 

Advance assessments 92 31 

Total actual liabilities 277 31 



Balance to protect contracts $5,201 49 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 1,590 $162,280 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 4,771 391,222 

Total 6,361 $553,502 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 4,215 345,630 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 2,146 $207,872 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 835 $3,182 

Total 835 $3,182 

Losses and claims paid during the year 830 2,997 

Business of this company confined to State of Indiana. 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



ASSESSMENT ACCIDENT ASSOCIATIONS 
OF OTHER STATES, 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE SAME ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1902. 



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170 

AMERICAN HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 

President, G. F. C. Eyre. Secretary, C. A. Bush. 

Incorporated February 2, 1S98. Commenced business February 2, 1898. 

Home office, Detroit, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December Slst of previous year $2,391 23. 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount cf membership fees required or represented by 

applications $11,764 00 

Annual dues as per contract 21,849 40 

Total paid by members $33,613 40 

Interest 34 26 

From all other sources 2,425 00 

Total income during the year 36,072 6ff 

Sum $38,463 89- 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $45 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 6,843 86 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 36 75 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 11,927 71 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 1,765 33 

Salaries of officers 4,963 86 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes., 1,745 60 

Rent, $725; taxes, $14.11; advertising and printing, $749.44 1,488 55 

All other items 3,731 49 

Total disbursements 32,548 15 

Balance $5,915 74 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposited in banks $5,915 74 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $1,192 35 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, $2,200; less cost of 
collecting same, $154 2,046 00 

Total non-ledger assets 3,238 35 

Gross assets $9,154 09- 



171 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $1,192 35 

Other items 1,890 05 

Total 3.0S2 40 

Total admitted assets $6,071 69 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Temporary disability benefit claims reported, probable lia- 
bility $155 95 

Advance assessments 49 00 

Total actual liabilities 204 95 

Balance to protect contracts $5,866 74 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certifier tes in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 2.315 $305,400. 250 $35,475 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 2.941 441,150 526 78,900 

Total 5.256 $746,550 776 $114,375 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 2.906 435.900 476 71.400 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 2,350 $310,650 300 $42,975 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 498 $6,843 76 $1,094 

Total 498 $6,S43 76 $1,094 

Losses and claims paid during the year 498 6,S43 76 1,094 



172 
AMERICAN RELIEF SOCIETY. 

President, I. Ruelle. Secretary, A. D. Bailey. 

Commenced business May, 1900. Home office, Bay City, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $2,415 21 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: » 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $34,715 00 

Premiums or assessments: Temporary disability benefit, $26,- 

217.40; expense, $11,211.60 37,429 00 

Total paid by members $72,144 00 

Interest 30 00 

Total income during the year 72,174 00 

Sum $74,589 21 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $1,500 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 24,087 33 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 33,551 15 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 3,147 62 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 435 90 

Salaries of officers 4,228 09 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,219 75 

Rent, $279.50: advertising and printing, $965.22 1,244 72 

All other items 1,626 10 

Total disbursements 71,040 66 

Balance $3,548 55 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office, $347.60: deposited in banks, $3,200.95.^ $3,548 55 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made within six- 
ty days on insurance in force, $4,000; less cost of collecting same, 
$200 3,800 00 

Gross assets $7,348 55 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Excess of unpaid premiums over charges for liability on same account.. 3,100 00 

Total admitted assets $4,248 55 



173 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Specific indemnity claims in process of adjustment $200 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims reported, probable lia- 
bility 500 00 

Advance assessments 386 00 

Total actual liabilities $1,086 00 

Balance to protect contracts $3,162 55 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 3,533 $588,700 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 6,943 1,011,200 

Total 10,476 $1,599,900 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 6,122 892,500 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year 4,354 $707,400 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 1,210 $24,105 

Total 1,210 24,105. 

Losses and claims paid during the year 1,210 24,105 



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174 
LOYAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. 

President, S. A. Alien. Secretary, G. I. Hays. 

Commenced business September, 1895. Home office, Boston, Mass. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $28,628 74 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $42,010 00 

Annual dues as per contract 40,435 00 

Premiums or assessments: Specific benefits, $2,647.25; tem- 
porary disability benefits, $74,440.25; emergency, $5,294.50.. 82,382 00 

Total paid by members $164,827 00 

Interest 601 35 

Total income during the year 165,428 35 

Sum $194,057 09 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $7,290 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 67,020 91 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 183 25 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 41,087 45 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 5,472 54 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 3,574 96 

Salaries of officers, $12,499.95; other compensation of officers, 

$3,642.90 16,142 85 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3,341 53 

Rent, $1,350; taxes, $32; advertising and printing, $2,091.38.... 3,473 3S 

All other items 7,642 22 

Total disbursements 155,229 09 

Balance -. • • $38,828 00 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned $5,368 25 

Cash in office, $726.79; deposited in banks, $32,732.96 33,459 75 

Total $38,828 00 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued '■■■■ $293 56 

Market value of bonds and stocks over book value, not in- 
cluding interest 2 25 

Total non-ledger assets 295 81 

Gross assets $39,123 81 



175 ' ; ; 

Xon-Ledger Liabilities. 

Specific indemnity claims in process of adjustment, $400; re- 
ported, $600; resisted, $200 $1,200 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment, 

$1,266; reported probable liability, $15,886 17.152 00 

Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes bills, accounts, commissions, 

fees, etc., due and accrued * 3,821 30 

Advance assessments 217 50 

Total actual liabilities $22,390 SO 

Balance to protect contracts $16 733 01 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
„ .. . No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 9,116 $2,48S,500 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 8,402 3,151,800 

Total 17,518 $5,640,300 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 3,479 1,080,250 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

yeal ') 14,039 $4,560,050 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 251 $15,507 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 1,869 $6l|620 

TotaI 2.120 $77,127 

Losses and claims paid during the year 1,701 74 6€1 



176 



NATIONAL ACCIDENT SOCIETY. 



President, Chas. H. Webb. 
Commenced business December, 1885. 



Secretary, J. I. Barnum. 
Home office, New York, N. Y. 



BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year.. 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 
applications 

Premiums or assessments: Temporary disability benefit, $19,- 
762.58; expense, $29,643.91 



Total paid by members 

Interest 

Prom all other sources 



Total income during the year. 
Sum 



$5,406 00 
49,406 49 


$54,812 49 
914 63 
403 39 



$29,563 14 



56,130 51 
$85,693 65 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 

Rent, $1,841.72; taxes, $47.17; advertising and printing, $3,116.30 
All other items 



Total disbursements 
Balance 



$2,565 56 

10,355 96 

557 51 

5,369 00 
10,511 12 
10,171 00 
5,005 19 
4,484 62 






49,019 96 


$36,673 69 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned 

Agent's debit balances 

Cash in office, $745.75; deposited in banks, $8,692.51.. 



Total 



Non-Ledger Assets. 



Interest due, $430.02; accrued, $75.00 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, $12,635.76; less cost 
of collecting same, $1,579.47 



$505 02 
5,431 00 



11,056 29 



Total non-ledger assets 



Gross assets 



$26,952 22 

283 21 

9,438 26 

$36,673 69 



16,992 31 
$53,666 00 



177 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $5,431 00 

Depreciation from above net or ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 232 22 

Other items 6,867 79 

Total $12,53101 

Total admitted assets .*.... $41,134 99 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Specific indemnity claims reported $1,300 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment, 

$288; reported probable liability, $794.50; resisted, $1,806 2,888 50 

Advance assessments 4,787 75 

Total actual liabilities 8,976 25 

Balance to protect contracts $32,158 74 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 5,116 $20,220,500 00 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 4,654 8,351,200 00 

Total 9,770 $28,571,700 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 3,747 8.647,250 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 6,023 $19,924,450 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 52 $2,792 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 512 14,318 00 

Total 564 $17,110 00 

Losses and claims paid during the year 507 12,922 00 



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178 

NATIONAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

President, C. A. Cray. Secretary, W. R. Wells. 

Commenced business March, 1900. 

Home office, Nashville, Tenn. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $22,511 33 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications .$20,574 74 

Annual dues as per contract 183,897 30 

Total paid by members $204,472 04 

Interest 66 34 

Rents '. 986 20 

From all other sources 873 61 

Total income during the year 206,398 19 

Sum $228,909 52 

. . ; J 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Sick and accident benefit claims paid $43,850 10 

Death benefit claims paid 11,313 38 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 413 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 52,700 28 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 59,683 48 

Salaries of officers 5,848 22 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3,276 50 

Rent, $2,655.96; advertising and printing, $2,710.93 5,366 89 

All other items 11,731 26 

Total disbursements $194,183 11 

Balance $34,72€ 41 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value real estate, unincumbered $11,647 00 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens 450 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other collateral 2,340 00 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned 5,000 00 

Agent's debit balances 835 00 

Cash in office, $9.64; deposited in banks, $12,308.20 12,317 84 

Other items 2,669 84 

Less credit balances 533 27 

Total $34,726 41 



179 

Non-Ledger Assets. 
Furniture, fixtures and supplies $2,43S S6 



Gross assets $37,165 27 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Agents* debit balances, unsecured $526 14 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 2,438 86 

Depreciation from above net or ledger assets to bring same to 

market value 1,000 00 

Total . 3,965 00 



Total admitted assets $33,200 27 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 26,589 $1,063,560 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 53,257 2,130.280 

Total 79.S46 $3,193,810 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 38,628 1,545,120 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 41,218 $1,648,720 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 75 

Losses and claim incurred during the calendar year 55,088 

Total 55,163 

Losses and claims paid during the year 55,163 



180 
NATIONAL MASONIC ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

President, A. Wingate. Secretary, J. A. Doverman. 

Incorporated July 12, 1889. Commenced business July 31, 1889. 

Home office, Des Moines, Iowa. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $78,464 86 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Premiums or assessments: Temporary disability benefit, 

$78,297.10; expense, $30,095.16 $108,392 26 

Interest 628 32 

From all other sources 495 80 

Total income during the year 109,516 38 

Sum $187,981 24 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $29,504 45 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 34.595 03 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 205 99 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 5,931 18 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 7,500 00 

Salaries of officers 13.500 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4.490 00 

Rent, $660; advertising and printing, $1.573.89 2.233 89 

All other items, viz.: (itemize profit and loss account) 9,726 64 

Total disbursements 107,687 18 

Balance $80,294 06 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposited in banks $71.794 06 

Other items 8,500 00 

Total $80,294 06 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made within sixty 

days on insurance in force, $16,000; less cost of collecting same, $1,200. 14,800 00 

Gross assets $95,094 OS 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Excess of premiums unpaid over charges for liability on same account — 775 00 

Total admitted assets $94,319 06 



181 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Specific indemnity claims resisted $13,255 00 

Advance assessments 770 00 

Total actual liabilities $14,025 00 

Balance to protect contracts $80,294 06 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 9,807 $30,290,750 00 253 $962,750 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year S,2S3 29,548,000 00 74 306,250 00 

Total 18,090 $65,838,750 00 327 $1,269,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 7,344 24,230,750 00 139 531,250 00 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 10,746 $41,608,000 00 188 $737,750 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 6 $10,900 00 1 $750 00 

Losses and claim incurred during the calen- 
der year 793 66,454 23 901 00 

Total 799 $77,354 00 24 $1,65100 

Losses and claims paid during the year 793 64,099 00 23 901 00 



182 



NATIONAL PROTECTIVE SOCIETY. 

President, D. E. Thomas. Secretary, F. S. Dewey. 

Incorporated May 26, 1894. Commenced business May 1, 1S94. 

Home office, Detroit, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $26,426 68 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $1,239 17 

Premiums or assessments: Temporary disability benefit, $128,- 

739.11; expense, $93,828.84 222,567 95 

Total paid by members $223,807 12 

Interest . 348 45 

Prom all other sources 315 6S 

Total income during the year 224,471 25 



Sum $250,897 93 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $6,660 75 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 101,972 88 

Commissions paid 28,559 05 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 8,494 99 

Salaries of officers 23,416 64 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 7,009 32 

Rent, $3,895.20; taxes, $147.70; advertising and printing, $5,804.26 9,S47 16 

All other items 24,774 S3 

Total disbursements 210,735 62 

Balance $40,162 31 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $14,558 09 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned 7,900 00 

Agents' debit balances 3,315 21 

Cash in office, $1,213.72; deposited in banks, $14,043.76 15,257 4S 

Less ledger liabilities .- 868 47 

Total $40,162 31 



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Xox-Ledger Assets. 



Interest due, $46; accrued, $356.7S $402 78 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
withinl sixty days on insurance in force, $22,419; less cost 
of collecting same, $1,569.33 20,849 67 



Total non-ledger assets $21,252 45 

Gross assets $61,414 76 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Excess of unpaid premiums over charges for liability on same 

account 11752 45 



Total admitted assets $49,662 31 

' Xox-Ledgek Liabilities. 

Specific indemnity claims in process of adjustment $1,700 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment 7.S00 00 



Total actual liabilities 9,500 00 



Balance to protect contracts $40,162 31 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
Xo. Amount. No. Amount. 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 6.199 $108,503 550 $8,047 



Total 6.199 $108,503 550 $8,047 

Losses and claims paid during the year 6.199 108,503 550 8,047 



184 
NEW YORK CASUALTY COMPANY. 

President, G. E. Green. Secretary, H. B. Heylman. 

Incorporated April 1, 1886. Commenced business August 12, 1886. 

Home office, 35 Nassau street, New York, N. Y. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $19,767 33 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $7,332 00 

Premiums or assessments 52,847 22 

Total paid by members $60,179 22 

Interest .* 45S 75 

From all other sources 1,007 90 

Total income during the year 61,645 87 

Sum $81,413 20 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Special benefit claims paid $1,720 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 15,909 24 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 376 61 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 13,072 42 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 11,584 98 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 2,975 56 

Salaries of officers 2,845 64 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 2,723 50 

Rent, $1,000; taxes, $10.50; advertising and printing, $2,622.09.. 3,632.59 

All other items 5,147 21 

Total disbursements 59.987 75 

Balance $21,425 45 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' debit balances $3,746 41 

Cash in office, $76.64; deposited in banks, $17,602.40 17,679 04 

Total $21,425 45 

Non-Led-ger Assets. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made within sixty 
days on insurance in force, $4,988.68; less cost of collecting same, 
$1,601.73 3,386 95 

Gross assets $24,812 40 



185 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Agents' debit balances, unsecured $3,746 41 

Total admitted assets $21,065 99 

Non-Ledgkh Liabilities. 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment, $600.96; re- 
sisted, $828.72 1,429 68 

Balance to protect contracts $19,636 31 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana' 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 3,212 $16,834,330 184 $1,023,350 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 5,077 19,177,S30 932 2,974,980 

Total 8,289 $36,012,160 1,116 $3,998,330 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 3,351 15,257,956 461 1,561,610 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 4,938 $20,754,204 655 $2,436,720 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 48 $2,080 5 $76 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 754 16,054 97 2,230 

Total 802 $18,134 102 $2,306 

Losses and claims paid during the year 765 16,704 100 2,261 



186 



PHGENIX ACCIDENT AND SICK BENEFIT 
ASSOCIATION. 

President, W. E. Moore. Secretary, L. O. Chatfield. 

Incorporated April 27, 1897. Commenced business May 1, 1897. 

Home office, Benton Harbor, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $S,279 64 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $20,242 00 

Annual dues as per contract 74,860 74 

Total paid by members $95,102 74 

Interest 225 17 

From all other sources 221 95 

Total income during the year $95,549 86 

Sum $103,829 50 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid $32,318 51 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 90 71 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 27,025 27 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting' assessments 6,547 10 

Salaries of officers 6,798 45 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3,149 15 

Rent, $1,695.18; advertising and printing, $2.076.33 3.77151 

All other items 8,890 26 

Total disbursements 88,590 % 

Balance $15,238 54 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned $5,961 51 

Agents' debit balances 1,106 95 

Cash deposited in banks 8,170 08 

Total $15,238 54 



187 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due $25 00 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 2,000 00 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, $7,000; less cost of 
collecting same, $630 6,370 00 

Total non-ledger assets $S,395 00 

Gross assets $23,633 54 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $2,000 00 

Excess of unpaid premiums over charges for liability on same 

account 3,870 00 

Total 5,870 00 

Total admitted assets $17,763 54 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment $2,500 00 
All other 25 00 

Total actual liabilities 2,525 00 

Balance to protect contracts $15,238 54 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total BusineES. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 1,988 $32,319 855 $12,837 

Total 1,988 $32,319 855 $12,837 

Losses and claims paid during the year 1,988 32,319 855 12,837 



188 



PEEFEKKED ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

President, L. O. Chatfield. Secretary, F. E. Gowling. 

Incorporated October 1, 1889. Commenced business October 22, 1889. 

Home office, Detroit, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $18,501 71 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $2,044 00 

Premiums or assessments: Specific benefits, $3,162.86; tem- 
porary disability benefit, $12,698.93; expense, $18,234.63 34,096 42 

Total paid by members $36,140 42 

Interest 621 23 

From all other sources 27 16 

Total income during the year 36,788 81 

Sum $55,290 52 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $3,162 86 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 12,698 93 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 25 97 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 2,044 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 8,892 13 

Salaries of officers, $1,500; other compensation of officers, 

$1,000 2,500 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 2,747 50 

Rent, $1,200: taxes, $387.51; advertising and printing, $320.55... 1,908 06 

All other items 1,521 70 

Total disbursements 35,501 15 

Balance $19,789 37 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office, $813.82; deposited in banks, $18.975.55 $19,789 37 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, $8,070.33: less cost 
of collecting same, $1,517.58 $4,552 75 

Specific benefit assessments to be made for claims resisted 
and not assessed for, contingent on the result of suits 
thereon 3,850 00 

Total non-ledger assets 8,402 75 

Gross assets $28,192 12 



189 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 
Excess of unpaid premiums over charges for liability on same account... $4,552 75 
Total admitted assets $23,639 37 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Temporary disability benefit claims reported, probable liabil- 
ity, $6,745.71; resisted, $3,850 $10,595 71 

Advance assessments 103 50 

Total actual liabilities 10,699 21 

Balance to protect contracts $12,940 16 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 3.751 $20,305,400 401 $1,892,500 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 511 3,036,000 56 295,000 

Total 4,262 $23,341,400 457 $2,187,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 380 2,040,500 36 190,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 3,882 $21,300,900 421 $1,997,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 23 $3,199 4 $551 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 225 23,243 18 763 

Total 248 $26,442 22 $1,314 

Losses and claims paid during the year 220 15,862 20 1,192 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



FRATERNAL BENEFICIARY ASSOCIATIONS 
OF INDIANA, 



3N FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE ASSOCIATIONS ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1902. 



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192 
NATIONAL COUNCIL ORDER AMERICAN PLOWMEN. 

President, B. E. Hayes. Secretary, L. J- Burdge. 

Commenced business April 1. 1898. Home office, Logansport, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $3,162 16 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees '. $5,999 25 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 3,087 97 

Assessments for expenses 9,925 67 

Assessments : Mortuary 11,938 58 

Total paid by members $30,951 47 

From all other sources 1,819 60 

Total income during the year $32,771 07 

Sum $35,933 23 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $11,100 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 12.119 80 

Salaries of officers I,y35 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 676 00 

Medical examiners' fees 275 00 

Rent, $196.50; advertising and printing, $2,041.60 2,238 10 

All other items 2,675 77 

Total disbursements 31,019 67 

Balance $4,913 56 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash in office, $9.08; deposited in bank, $4,904.48 $4,913 56 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 1,025 00 

Gross assets $5,938 56 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 1,025 00 

Total admitted assets $4,913 56 



193 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 2.150 $2,636,700 1,624 $1,833,600- 

Folicies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 2.455 2,749,600 1,557 1,682,250 

Total 4,611 $5,3S6,3O0 3,181 $3,515,850 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year. 1,452 1,648,000 1,046 1.111,750 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 3,159 $3,738,300 2,227 $2,404,100 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 9 $11,100 5 $5,500 

Total 9 $11,100 5 $5,500 

Losses and claims paid during the year 9 11,100 5 5,500 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RES6URCES). 
Assessments unpaid $2,350 00 



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194 
ANCIENT ORDER OE UNITED WORKMEN. 

President, T. D. Neal. Secretary, Fred Baker. 

Home office, Evansville, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $S,068 25 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $18,179 42 

Assessments: Mortuary, $169,791.67; reserve. $16,394.05 186,185 72 

Total paid by members $204,365 14 

From all other sources 6,489 79 

Total income during the year 210,854 93 

Sum $218,923 18 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $194,194 05 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 2,639 00 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 7,813 70 

Salaries of officers, $1,800; other compensation of officers, $450 2,250 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 319 75 

Rent, $300; advertising and printing, $3,138.39 3,438 39 

All other items 5,415 52 

Total disbursements 216,070 41 

Balance $2,852 77 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposited in bank $2,852 77 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 375 00 

Gross assets :.... $3,227 77 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 375 00 

Total admitted assets , $2,852 77 

Non-Ledgee Liabilities. 

Losses adjusted, due and unpaid 29,200 00 

Deficiency in balance to protect contracts $26,347 23 



195 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 7,044 $11,613,000 
Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or increased during the 

year 1,556 1,794,000 

Total 8,600 $13,407,000 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 930 1,218,000 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 7,670 $12,189,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 10 $19,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 91 173,000 

Total 101 $192,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 87 162,800 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $13,756 94 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $29,200 00 



196 
BENEVOLENT ORDER OF COLONIALS. 

President, William A. Stolts. Secretary, J. H. Oustad. 

Incorporated December 1, 1900. Commenced business January 2, 1901. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $681 23 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Assessments $4,862 20 

Certificate fees 1 50 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicants 23100 

Total paid by members $5,094 70 

From all other sources 265 04 

Total income during the year 5,359 74 



Sum $6,040 97 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $239 31 

Commission's and fees paid or allowed to agents 3 70 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 2,S80 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 533 15 

Medical examiners' fees 295 00 

Rent, $108; advertising and printing, $116.15 224 15 

All other items 1,287 68 

Total disbursements 5,462 99 



Balance $577 98 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Bills receivable $212 49 

Cash in office, $14.71; deposited in bank, $222.67 237 38 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 128 11 

Total $577 98 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $128 11 

Bills receivable unsecured 212 49 

Total 340 60 



Total admitted assets $237 38 



197 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 564 $417,750 546 $402,250 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 492 405,150 442 368,400 

Total 1,056 $822,900 988 $770,650 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 361 205,550 329 184,250 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 695 $617,350 559 $586,400 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 11 $239 9 $200 

Total 11 $239 9 $200 

Losses and claims paid during the year 11 239 9 200 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $500 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Losses not yet due 250 00 



198 



CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT LEAGUE OF INDIANA. 



President, John H. Welch. 
Commenced business April 1, 1900. 



Secretary, Julian F. Prancke. 

Home office, Ft. "Wayne, lnd. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $5,485 63 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $513 60 

Assessments 4,858 71 

Total paid by members 5,372 31 

Interest 123 14 

From all other sources 88 76 

Total income during the year 5,584 21 

Sum $11,069 84 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $4,000 00 

Salaries of officers 160 00 

Advertising and printing 137 56 

All other items 179 81 

Total disbursements 4,477 37 

Balance $6,592 47 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposited in bank $6,592 47 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 427 $516,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or increased during the 

year .". 57 66,000 

Total 484 $582,000 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 25 28,500 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 459 $553,500 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 2 $4,000 

Total 2 $4,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 2 4,000 



199 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS OF AMERICA. 



President, Thomas Hall. 
Commenced business October 24, 1893. 



Secretary, Jos. P. Young. 
Home office, Crown Point, Ind. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



3,188 81 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $2,029 00 

Assessments: Mortuary 14,352 70 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 697 50 

Total paid by members $17,079 20 

From all other sources 276 41 

Total Income during the year 17,355 61 

Sum $23,544 42 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $15,000 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 870 00 

Salaries of officers, $500; other compensation of officers, $512.05 1,012 05 

Medical examiners' fees 232 50 

Advertising and prating 409 81 

All other items 333 30 

Total disbursements 17,857 66 

Balance $5,686 76 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposited in bank $5,686 76 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Supplies . . .- 100 00 

Gross assets $5,786 76 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and safe, supplies, printed matter, stationery, etc 100 00 

Total admitted assets $5,686 76 



200 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business 

No. Amount 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 1,291 $1,291,000 
Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or increased during tbe 

year 465 465,000 

Total 1,756 $1,756,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during tbe year 115 115,000 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1,641 $1,641,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 15 $15,000 

Total 15 $15,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 15 15,000 



201 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF PARLIAMENTARIANS. 



President, W. O. Rennoe. 
Commenced business October, 1902. 



Secretary, A. D. Rose. 
Home office, South Bend, Ind. 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $796 00 

Assessments for expenses 369 97 

Assessments : Mortuary 369 97 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 592 50 

Total income during the year $2,128 44 

Sum $2,128 44 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $215 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 922 65 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 17 00 

Medical examiners' fees 592 50 

Rent, $34; advertising and printing, $96.84 130 84 

All other items 95 48 

Total disbursements 1,973 47 

Balance $154 97 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' or personal debit balances $160 00 

Cash in office, $14.25; deposited in banks, $140.72 154 97 

Total $314 97 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 200 00 

Gross assets $514 97 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $200 00 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured 160 00 

Total 360 00 

Total admitted assets $154 97 



202 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or increased during the 

year 398 $75,050 

Total 398 $75,050 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 62 9,800 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 336 $65,250 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 21 $215 

Total 21 $215 

Losses and claims paid during the year 21 215 



203 
KNTIGHTS AND LADIES OF COLUMBIA. 

President, Ormond Kennedy. Secretary, John Roth. 

Commenced business April 1, 1S95. Home office, South Bend, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $2,052 60 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,280 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 3,925 00 

Assessments for expenses 16,148 20 

Assessments : Mortuary 24,709 77 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 2,280 00 

Total income during the year 49,342 97 

Sum * $51,395 57 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $18,975 00 

Payments returned to applicauts or members 37 55 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 10,487 66 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 1,972 05 

Salaries of officers 2,100 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 715 12 

Medical examiners' fees 2,988 75 

Rent, $98; advertising and printing, $1,329.12 1,427 12 

All other items 6,890 87 

Total disbursements 45,594 12 



Balance $5,801 45 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' or personal debit balances, $963.45; bills receivable, 

$14.50 $977 95 

Cash in office, $304.68; deposited in bank, $4,518.82 4,823 50 

Total $5,801 45 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 2,952 48 

Gross assets $8,753 93 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $2,952 48 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured, $963.45; bills re- 
ceivable unsecured, $14.50 977 95 

Total 3,930 43 

Total admitted assets $4,823 50 



204 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 3,474 $3,346,000 2,254 $2,292,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 2,280 1,907,500 1,851 1,584,250 

Total 5,754 $5,253,550 4,105 $3,876,250 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,408 1,205,050 1,066 920,750 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 4,346 $4,048,500 3,039 $2,955,500 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year... 22 $18,970 13 $13,000 

Total 22 $18,970 13 $13,000 

Losses and claims paid durinr the year 22 18,970 13 13,000 

CONTINGENT MORTCTARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $7,265 09 

CONTINC4ENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Losses not yet due $3,000 00 



205 



KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOK. 

President, L. B. Lockard. Secretary, C. W. Harvey. 

Commenced business September, 1877. Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $73,159 02 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tbe association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $2,12100 

Assessments for expenses 110,361 53 

Assessments : Mortuary 1,229,267 37 

Total paid by members $1,341,749 90 

Interest 3,143 66 

From all other sources 4,461 43 

Total income during the year 1,349,354 99 

Sum $1,422,514 01 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,137,305 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 77,144 76 

Salaries of officers, $7,500; other compensation of officers, 

$1,422.15 8.922 15 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 9.574 84 

Medical examiners' fees 2,500 00 

Rent, $1,665; taxes, $169.08; advertising, $551.19 2,385 27 

All other items 14,086 20 

Total disbursements 1,256,101 86 

Balance $166,412 15 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' or personal debit balances, $2,793.52; bills receivable, 

$700 $3,493 52 

Cash deposited in bank 160,859 15 

Furniture and fixtures 2,059 48 

Total $166,412 15 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $367.25; accrued, $102 $469 25 

Expense assessments 11,029 92 

Total non-ledger assets 11,499 17 

Gross assets $177,91132 



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Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $2,059 48 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured 1,335 91 

Total $3,395 39 

Total admitted assets $174,515 93 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Salaries, rents and expenses due and accrued $611 77 

All other liabilities 6,650 00 

Total liabilities 7,261 77 

Balance to protect contracts $167,254 16 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 51,808 $58,583,500 2,783 $2,720,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year. 15,301 14,275,000 1,527 1,144,500 

Total 67,109 $72,858,500 4,310 $3,S65,0OO 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 6,234 5,896,500 782 602,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 60,875 $66,962,000 3,52S $3,263,000 

Losses aud claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 94 $109,576 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 977 1,158,000 46 $4S,000 

Total 1,071 $1,267,576 46 $48,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 959 1,142,300 41 44,000 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $106,810 78 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $121,276 00 

Losses resisted .- 4,000 00 

Total $125,276 00 



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MODERN SAMARITAXS OF THE WORLD. 



President, C. G. Conn. 
Commenced business March 23, 1898. 



Secretary, Harry S. Chester. 

Home office, Elkhart, Ind. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



,453 79 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $41 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 2,145 76 

Assessments for expenses 971 20 

Assessments: Mortuary, $12,821.18; reserve, $1.371.32 14.192 50 

Medical examiners' fees paicl by applicant 267 25 

Total paid by members $17,617 71 

From all other sources 2,146 50 

Total income during the year 19,764 21 

Sum $24,218 00 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $6,&51 75 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid l>y commissions 4,188 05 

Salaries of officers : 1,838 19 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,325 50 

Medical examiners' fees 33190 

Advertising and printing 834 28 

All other items 3,786 95 

Total disbursements 19,156 62 

Balance $5,061 3S 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposited in bank $5,061 38 

Nox-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 690 00 

Gross assets $5,751 38 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 690 00 

Total admitted assets $5,061 38 



208 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 1,544 $1,808,650 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or increased during the 

year 609 570,200 

Total 2,153 $2,378,850 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 388 427,425 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1,765 $1,951,425 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $1,929 36 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $8,425 00 

Losses resisted 2,800 00 



209 
SUPEEME TEIBE OF BEN HUR. 

President, D. W. Gerard. Secretary, F. L. Snyder. 

Commenced business March 1, 1894. Home office, Crawfordsville, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $307,842 87 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,041 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 82,327 50 

Assessments for expenses 78,520 23 

Assessments: Mortuary, $4S5,956.17; reserve, $62, 719.60 548,675 77 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 735 50 

Total paid by members $712,300 00 

Interest, $8,867.59; rent, $400 9,267 59 

From all other sources 6,625 41 

Total income during the year 728,193 00 

Sum $1,036,035 87 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $462,730 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 71,593 40 

Salaries of officers 12,499 99 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 13,380 00 

Rent, $400; taxes, $855.81; advertising and printing, $4,084.08.... 5,339 89 

All other items 30,087 84 

Total disbursements 595,631 12 

Balance $440,404 75 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate, unincumbered $10,277 45 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) 49,950 00 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 226,371 08 

Cash deposited in bank 153,806 22 

Total $440,404 75 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $2,593 00 

Market value of real estate over book value 2,000 00 

Market value of bonds (not including interest) and stocks 

over book value 5,281 72 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 5,000 00 

Total non-ledger assets 14,874 72 

Gross assets $455,279 47 

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Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $5,000 00 

Total admitted assets $450,279 47 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 54,836 $70,446,050 15,009 $19,755,200 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 16,985 20,984,950 2,890 3,318,750 

Total 71,821 $91,431,000 17,899 $23,073,950 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 8,825 11,628,100 1,350 1,738,350 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 62,996 $79,802,900 16,549 $21,335,600 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31* (be- 
ginning of year) 31 $41,200 10 $16,150 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 382 509,300 107 147,800 

Total 413 $550,500 117 $163,950 

Losses and claims paid during the year 363 475,050 106 143, S70 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $52,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $66,980 00 

Losses resisted 8,470 00 

Total $75,450 00 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



FRATERNAL BENEFICIARY ASSOCIATIONS 
OF OTHER STATES, 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE ASSOCIATIONS ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1902. 



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212 



AMERICAN GUILD. 

President, Charles T. O'Ferrall. Secretary, S. Galeski. 

Commenced business Feb. 12, 1890. Home office, No. 9 N. Tenth St., Richmond, Va. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $112,770 13 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Assessments for expenses $162,680 73 

Assessments: Mortuary, $71,656.20; reserve, $2,977.29 $74,633 49 

Total paid by members $237,314 22 

Rent 176 16 

From all other sources 169,628 21 

Total income during the year 407,118 59 

Sum $519,888 72 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $197,999 57 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 152,324 75 

Salaries of officers 7,157 68 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,040 24 

Rent, $750; taxes, $122.59; advertising and printing, $2,840.32... 3,712 91 

All other items 29,860 51 

Total disbursements 396,095 66 

Balance $123,793 06 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $12,618 18 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) 29,724 19 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 48,853 50 

Cash deposited in bank 32,597 19 

Total $123,793 06 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses adjusted, due and unpaid 2,000 00 

Balance to protect contracts $121,793 06 



213 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana^ 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 8,908 $12,095,500 27 $21,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 11,780 11,116,500 226 181,500 

Total 20,688 $23,212,000 253 $202,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 5,226 5,625,000 73 73,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 15,462 $17,587,000 180 $129,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 13 $20,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 4S1 214,000 3 $1,051 

Total 494 $234,000 3 $1,051 

Losses and claims paid during the year 462 198,000 2 308 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $28,660 11 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $33,232 86 

Losses resisted 1,000 00 

Total $34,232 86 



214 



AMERICAN MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. 

President, C. H. Stone. Secretary, P. A. Griswold. 

Commenced business May, 1897. Home office, Wainwright Bldg., tit. Louis, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $6,255 52 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $6S2 05 

Assessments for expenses - 8,723 49 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 180 00 

Total paid by members $9,585 54 

Prom all other sources ' 800 00 

Total income during the year 10,385 54 

Sum $16,641 06 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,245 85 

Payments returned to applicants or members 25 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 2,532 76 

Salaries of officers 1,688 39 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,380 33 

Medical examiners' fees 823 93 

Rent, $596.13; taxes, $3.25; advertising and printing, $141.05... 740 43 

All other items 5,205 29 

Total disbursements $13,617 23 

Balance $3,023 83 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' or personal debit balances, $503.86; bills receivable, 

$1,990.29 $2,494 15 

Cash in office, $206.97; deposited in bank, $400 606 97 

Total $3,101 12 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

All other liabilities 77 29 

Balance to protect contracts $3,023 83 



215 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 968 $497,206 15S $61,130 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 530 209,512 3S 14,37S 

Total 1,49S $706,718 196 $75,508 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force • 

during the year 507 238,953 40 14,352 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 991 $467,765 156 $61,156 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 1 $70 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 142 1,346 IS $129 

Total 143 $1,316 IS $129 

Losses and claims paid during the year 142 1,246 18 129 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $890 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses resisted $70 00 



: 216 

ANCIENT ORDER OF GLEANERS. 

President, Ara Collins. Secretary, G. H. Slocum. 

Commenced business October 19, 1S94. Home office, Caro, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $43,156 88 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,738 30 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 23,58135 

Assessments for expenses 18,747 35 

Assessments : Mortuary 109,846 18 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 1,589 00 

Total paid by members $156,502 18 

Interest 745 00 

Prom all other sources 1,181 14 

Total income during the year 158.42S 32 

Sum $201,585 20 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $111,485 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 2,738 30 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 8,269 69 

Salaries of officers, $1,171; other compensation of officers, 

$1,836.75 3,007 75 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes J... 3,867 \19 

Medical examiners' fees 1,589 00 

Rent, $400; taxes, $129.09; advertising and printing, $1,645.68.. 2,174 77 

All other items 9,633 67 

Total disbursements 142,765 37 

Balance f $58,819 83 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other col- 
lateral $15,275 00 

Cash deposited in bank 43,544 83 

Total $58,819 83 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Assessments actually collected by subordinate bodies $19,823 80 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 2,600 00 

Total non-ledger assets 22,423 80 

Gross assets $81,243 63 



217 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $2,600 00 

Total admitted assets $78,643 63 

Xox-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid 8,S60 00 

Balance to protect contracts $69,783 63 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 24,575 $21,282,750 621 $522,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 5,943 5,184,750 562 476,000 

Total 30,518 $26,467,500 1,183 $998,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 925 827,250 33 29,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 29,593 $25,640,250 1,150 $969,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 11 $8,400 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 125 105,865 4 $2,880 

Total 136 $114,265 4 $2,880 

Losses and claims paid during the year 123 104,445 3 2,480 



218 



BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEOMEN. 

President, J. E. Paul. Secretary, W. E. Dary. 

Commenced business February 25, 1897. Home office, Des Moines, Iowa. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $108,075 00 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $10,704 55 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 93,995 62 

Assessments: Mortuary, $272,379.78; reserve, $60,164.67 332,544 45 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 12,918 15 

Total paid by members $450,162 77 

Interest 5,101 05 

Prom all other sources 1,522 39 

Total income during the year 456,786 21 

Sum $564,861 21 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $269,908 98 

Payments returned to applicants or members 70 85 

Salaries of officers, $8,078.28; other compensation of officers, 

$4,278.99 12,357 27 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 10,075 40 

Medical examiners' fees 19,412 54 

Rent, $1,937.11; advertising and printing, $6,147.32 8,084 43 

All other items 16,821 57 

Total disbursements 379,681 64 

Balance $185,179 59 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $840 60 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) 163,785 00 

Agents' or personal debit balances 3,937 35 

Cash deposited in bank 16,724 25 

Total $185,287 20 

Deduct Ledger Liabilities. 

Personal or agents' credit balances, $38.75; all other, $68.88 107 S3 

Total net ledger assets $185,179 57 



219" 

Non-Ledger Assets. 
Interest accrued „ CM - n 

„.. .. $d,bUb lO 

Other items 24000 00 

Total non-ledger assets ~ $ ^ m n 

Gr0SS aSSetS $212,9S6 27 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured 3 937 35 

Total admitted assets $2 o 9l 048 92 

Xox-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses not yet due $27,000 00 

Losses resisted lzmQQ 

Total liabilities 40000 0Q 

Balance to protect contracts $169 048 9" 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

D .• -i .„ ^°- Amount. No. Amount 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 25.50S $40,394,000 454 $745,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year u , 08 5 16,627,500 173 276,000 

n - T ,° tal : • 36,593 $57,021,500 627 $1,021,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 4 )O50 6>2 47,O00 61 S5,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 32,543 $50,774,500 566 $936,000 

bosses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 21% $34,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 

daryear 173 270,500 3 $5,000 

T0ta \ •;••. 194y 2 $304,500 3 $5,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year i69i/ 2 264,500 3 5,000 



220 



CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT LEGKXN. 

President, R. B. Tippett. Secretary, John D. Carroll. 

Incorporated September, 1881. Commenced business October 12, 1881. 

Home office, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $6,108 19 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $22,597 75 

Assessments : Mortuary 1,218,079 00 

Total paid by members $1,240,676 75 

Interest 3,720 68 

From all other sources 5,556 99 

Total income during the year 1,249,954 42 

Sum $1,256,062 61 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,158,671 24 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 236 81 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 1,700 00 

Salaries of officers, $5,700; other compensation of officers, 

$202.26 5,902 26 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 7,784 96 

Rent, $900; advertising and printing, $2,075.41 2,975 41 

All other items 10,193 76 

Total disbursements 1,187,464 44 

Balance $68,598 17 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash in office, $500; deposited in bank, $68,098.17 $68,598 17 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses adjusted, due and unpaid $54,500 00 

All other liabilities 3,500 00 

Total liabilities 58,000 00 

Balance to protect contracts $10,598 17 



221 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 38,286 $59,198,500 898 $1,298,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 1,057 929,000 22 28,500 

Total 39,343 $60,127,500 920 $1,327,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during trie year 2,78S 4,360,750 102 144,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 36,555 $55,766,750 818 $1,183,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 66 $128,000 1 $2,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 673 1,182,000 20 35,000 

Total 739 $1,310,000 21 $37,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 648 1,136,921 16 29,000 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $139,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $113,500 00 

Losses resisted 9,000 00 

Total $122,500 00 



222 



CATHOLIC, KNIGHTS OF AMEKICA. 

President, P. J. O'Connor. Secretary, J. C. Carroll. 

Commenced business May, 1877. Home office, Temple Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $579,592 49 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $1,758 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 24,09S 00 

Assessments: Mortuary, $782,348.71; reserve, $41,176.19 823,524 90 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 924 75 

Total paid by members $850,306 15 

Interest, $19,850.47; rent, $585.15 20,435 62 

From all other sources 4,337 59 

Total income during the year 875,079 36 

Sum $1,454,671 85 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $784,607 48 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 6,153 83 

Salaries of officers, $8,541.66; other compensation of officers, 

$1,280.35 9,822 01 

Medical examiners' fees 1,08150 

Rent, $1,345; taxes, $3.90; advertising and printing, $1,177.61.. 2,526 51 

All other items 7,366 91 

Total disbursements 811,558 24 

Balance $643,113 61 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $20,000 00 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 641,730 85 

Cash deposited in bank 8,382 76 

Total $643,113 61 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $950; accrued, $3,290 $4,240 00 

Market value of bonds (not including interest) and stocks 

over book value 21,740 15 

Other items 81,796 75 

Total non-ledger assets 107,776 90 

Gross assets $750,890 51 



223 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured $5,596 75 

Depreciation of ledger assets to bring same to market value 4,000 00 

Total $9,596 75 

Total admitted assets $741,293 76 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid, $1,894.0S; not yet due, $9S,5O0 100,394 08 

Balance to protect contracts $640,899 68 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 23,772 $35,134,000 2,192 $3,165,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during tbe year 1,609 1,413,000 73 65,500 

Total 25,441 $36,547,000 2,265 $3,231,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,629 1,861,000 57 88,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 23,S12 $34,686,000 2,20S $3,142,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 56 $91,567 5 $8,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 465 793,435 38 62,000 

Total 521 $885,002 43 $70,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 455 784,608 39 64,000 



224 ' " ! 

CATHOLIC ORDER, OF FORESTERS. 

President, Thomas H. Cannon. Secretary, Theodore B. Thiele. 

Incorporated May 24, 18S3. Commenced business May 24, 1883. 

Home office, Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $343,464 00 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Assessments for expenses $47,242 13 

Assessments : Mortuary 892,406 00 

Total paid by members $939,648 13 

Interest 12,159 52 

Prom all other sources 35,205 37 

Total income during the year 987,013 02 

Sum $1,330,477 02 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $751,183 34 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 12,878 99 

Salaries of officers, $5,500; other compensation of officers, 

$895.90 6,395 90 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 13,554 25 

Rent, $2,266.50; advertising and printing, $2,526.05 4,792 55 

All other items 33,550 57 

Total disbursements 822,355 60 

Balance $508,121 42 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely $432,321 70 

Cash deposited in bank 75,799 72 

Total $508,121 42 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Depreciation of ledger assets to bring same to market value 1,216 68 

Total admitted assets $506,904 74 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 
Losses due and unpaid 91,366 66 

Balance to protect contracts $415,538 08 



225 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies 01 certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 94,092 $100,497,900 1,346 $1,430,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 10,902 11,992,200 247 250,000 

Total 105,804 $112,490,100 1,593 $1,680,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,242 1,366,200 45 55,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 104,562 $111,123,900 1,548 $1,625,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 72 $75,150 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 706 769,400 5 $5,000 

Total 778 $844,550 5 $5,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 696 753,183 4 4,000 



15— Ins. Dept. 



226 
COURT OF HOM)E. 

President, A. L. Hereford. Secretary, W. E. Robinson. 

Commenced business July 23, 1895. Home office, Springfield, 111. 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax. etc $59,215 91 

Assessments : Mortuary 535,327 65 

Total paid by members $594.543 56 

Interest 1,329 01 

From all other sources 15,256 66 

Total income during the year $611,129 23 

Sum $691,589 49 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $477,640 00 

Payments returned to applicants or members 22S 95 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 26,743 66 

Salaries of officer?, $8,197.27: other compensation of officers. 

$4,825.21 13,022 48 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 10.982 80 

Medical examiners* fees 148 50 

Rent. $1,240: taxes. $22.11: advertising and printing. $2.236.59.. 3,498 70 

All other items 16.086 56 

Total disbursements 548,351 65 

Balance $143,237 84 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely $133.28S 95 

Cash deposited in bank 9,948 89 

Total $143,237 84 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due. $1,600: accrued. $907.08 2,507 08 

Gross assets $145,744 92 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Depreciation of ledger assets to bring same to market value 368 95 

Total admitted assets $145,375 97 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

All other liabilities 560 50 

Balance to protect contracts $144,815 47 



227 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 53,582 $79,246,750 3,781 $5,387,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 13.018 15,869,000 1,330 1,533,500 

Total 66,600 $95,115,750 5,111 $6,921,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be iu force 

during the year 4.448 5,535,250 435 490,250 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 62.152 $89,580,500 4.676 $6,430,750 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 39 $49,500 3 $2,100 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 354 501,050 20 2S.2O0 

Total 393 $550,550 23 $30,300 

Losses and claims paid during the year 348 487,650 21 27,300 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $49,721 60 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $42,700 00 

Losses resisted k 20,200 00 

Total $62,900 00 



228 
FRATERNAL AID ASSOCIATION. 

President, H. E. Don Carlos. Secretary, M. D. Greenlee. 

Commenced business October 14, 1890. Home office, Lawrence, Kan. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $13,851 86 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $4,647 25 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 60,899 10 

Assessments: Mortuary, $288,968.79; reserve, $30,930.75 319,399 54 . 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 12,417 00 

Total paid by members $397,362 89 

Interest ! 100 00 

From all other sources 2,122 59 

Total income during the year 399,585 48 

Sum $413,437 34 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $294,109 23 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 36,458 74 

Salaries of officers, $5,100; other compensation of officers, 

$928.76 6,028 76 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4,704 33 

Medical examiners' fees 12,417 00 

Rent, $540: advertising and printing, $1,929 2,469 00 

All other items 14,799 05 

Total disbursements 370,985 98 

Balance $42,451 36 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely $21,987 50 

Cash deposited in bank 20,463 86 

Total $42,451 36 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $2,400 00 

Assessments actually collected by subordinate bodies not yet 

turned over to supreme body 24,843 05 

Total non-ledger assets 27,243 05 

Gross assets $69,694 41 



229 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $2,400 00 

Depreciation of ledger assets to bring same to market value 248 OS 

Total 2,64S 08 

Total admitted assets $67,046 33 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid 27,500 00 

Balance to protect contracts. . ." $39,546 33 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 29,489 $40,853,000 524 $536,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 8,278 8,634,000 243 226,000 

Total 37,767 $49,847,000 767 $762,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 5,587 6,226,500 216 183,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 32,200 $43,220,500 551 $579,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 4 $7,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 208 341,609 4 $6,000 

Total 212 $348,609 4 $6,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 180 294,109 3 4,000 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $24,843 05 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $52,500 00 

Losses resisted 4,561 62 

Total $57,061 62 



230 



IMPEOVED OKDER OF HEPTASOPHS. 

President, M. G. Cohen. Secretary, S. H. Tattersall. 

Commenced business August 28, 1878. Home office, Baltimore, Md. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $103,285 23 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $6,581 70 

Assessments for expenses S8.05S 62 

Assessments: Mortuary 1.169.921 91 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 8,827 50 

Total paid by members $1,273,389 73 

Interest 4,590 48 

From all other sources 1.217 14 

Total income during the year 1,279,197 35 

Sum $1,382,482 58 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $955,968 76 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents $8,468 01 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions — 14,689 54 
Salaries! of officers. $13,400; other compensation of officers, 

$8,545.62 21.945 62 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,506 00 

Medical examiners' fees 8,827 50 

Rent, $1,631.06; taxes, $8.72; advertising and printing, $2,502.84 4.142 62 

All other items 21.650 45 

Total disbursements 1,041,198 50 

Balance $341,284 08 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely $187,572 00 

Cash deposited in bank 153,712 08 

Total $341,284 08 



231 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 50,304 $83,017,500 97 $127,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 5,846 6,079,500 6 4,500 

Total 56,150 $89,097,000 103 $131,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 3,148 4,372.500 IS 18,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 53,002 $84,724,500 85 $113,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 56 $106,511 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 555 994,912 1 $1,000 

Total 611 $1,101,423 1 $1,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 539 967,750 1 1,000 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $105,233 05 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $122,172 81 

Losses resisted 11.500 00 

Total $133,072 81 



232 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OE EOEESTEES. 

President,* Oronhyatekha, M. D., S. C. R. Secretary, John A. McGillwray. 

Incorporated July 23, 1881. Commenced business July 1, 1881. 

Home office, Toronto, Ontario. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $5,120,565 38 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $17,471 96 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 236,273 52 

Assessments: Mortuary 2,838,464 51 

Total paid by members $3,092,209 99 

Interest, $214,381.02; rent, $41,610.97 255,991 99 

From all other sources 6,219 02 

Total income during the year 3,354,421 00 

Sum $8,474,986 38 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,755,41123 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 132,719 83 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 114,514 18 

Salaries of officers 29,779 91 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 91,108 56 

Medical examiners' fees 1,990 89 

Rent, $14,399.58; taxes, $14,706.85; advertising and printing, 

$49,014.78 78,121 21 

All other items 306,953 72 

Total disbursements 2,510,599 53 

Balance $5,964,386 85 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $743,358 88 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) 3,026,790 71 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 1,724,791 47 

Cash in office, $346.95; deposited in bank, $469,098.84 469,445 79 

Total $5,964,386 85 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $33,259.55; accrued, $44,426.77 $77,686 32 

Rents due, $3,417.80; accrued, $141.15 3,558 95 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 65,570 70 

Other items 307,192 97 

Total non-ledger assets 454,008 94 

Gross assets $8,418,395 79 



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Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $65,570 70 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured 34,075 17 

Total 99,645 87 

Total admitted assets $6,318,749 92 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $366,618 59 

Salaries, rents, expenses, accounts, etc., due and accrued 5,848 24 

All other liabilities 259,402 24 

Total liabilities 631,869 07 

Balance to protect contracts $5,686,880 85 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 192,086 $217,027,500 2,682 $3,119,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 30,101 24,509,500 550 457,500 

Total 222,187 $241,537,000 3,232 $3,577,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 16,818 14,687,500 177 153,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 205,369 $226,849,500 3,055 $3,424,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 221 $83,170 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 10,525 1,803,878 21 $12,638 

Total 10,746 $1,887,048 21 $12,638 

Losses and claims paid during the year 10,461 1,731,251 21 12,638 



234 

NATIONAL COUNCIL KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF 

SECURITY. 

President, W. B. Kirkpatrick. Secretary, J- M. Wallace. 

Commenced business February, 1892. Home office, Topeka, Kansas. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $227,213 55 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $116,451 91 

Assessments: Mortuary, $412,633.51; reserve, $72,202.69 484,836 20 

Total paid by members $601,288 11 

Interest, $8,073.86; rent, $5,436.45 13,510 31 

From all other sources 935 46 

Total income during the year 615,733 SS 

Sum ■■ $842,947 43 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $483,821 59 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 42,883 43 

Salaries of officers ' 10,195 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 9,237 00 

Medical examiners' fees 4,497 50 

Rent, $900; taxes, $3,731.91; advertising and printing, $6,226.32.. 10,858 23 

All other items 28,249 59 

Total disbursements 589,742 34 

Balance $253,205 09 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $67,196 66 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) 97,212 47 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 22,500 00 

Cash deposited in bank 66,295 96 

Total $253,205 09 

Non-Ledgbk Assets. 

Interest due, $1,412.38; accrued, $2,191.80 $3,604 18 

Market value of real estate over book value 19,003 26 

Total non-ledger assets 22,607 44 

Gross assets $275,812 53 



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EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(.beginning of year) 39,710 $51,516,500 526 $547,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 8,995 9,791,500 11 5,000 

Total 48,705 $61,308,000 537 $552,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 10.633 12,003.500 231 193,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 3S.072 $49,304,500 306 $359,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 27 $46,600 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 362 500.825 S $7,000 

Total 389 $547,425 8 $7,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 362 512,425 6 5,000 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $40,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $30,070 79 

Losses resisted 3,000 00 

Total $33,070 79 



236 
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. 

President, Edward L. Hearn. Secretary, Daniel Colwell. 

Incorporated March 29, 1882. Commenced business February 2, 1882. 

Home office, New Haven, Conn. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $621,805 27 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $58,968 S9 

Assessments : Mortuary 406,775 82 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 2,446 60 

Total paid by members $468,191 31 

Interest 18,448 83 

From all other sources 11,093 25 

Total income during the year 497.733 39 

Sum $1,119,538 66 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $231,000 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 22,336 47 

Salaries of officers 8,275 15 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 6.374 24 

Medical examiners' fees 2,460 00 

Rent, $1,200; advertising and printing, $2,972.56 4,172 56 

All other items 30,020 53 

Total disbursements 304,638 95 

Balance $814,899 71 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $60,000 00 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 489,362 65 

Cash in office, $250; deposited in bank, $258,787.06 259,037 06 

Special deposits 6,500 00 

Total $814,899 71 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $6,746 09 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 12,005 42 

Assessments due from subordinate bodies not yet turned over 

to supreme body 23,295 67 

Total non-ledger assets 42,047 18 

Gross assets $856,946 89 



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Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 



Furniture, fixtures and supplies $12,005 42 

Depreciation of ledger assets to bring same to market value.. 23,507 25 

Total 35,512 67 



Total admitted assets $g2i 434 22 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid g 200 00 

Balance to protect contracts $812 234 22 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 32,790 $33,073,000 276 $276,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 3,864 3,864,000 179 179,000 

Total 36,654 $36,937,000 455 $455,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 2,068 2,102,000 30 30,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 34,586 $34,835,000 425 $425,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 36 $36,334 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 

dar >' ear 248 249,000 2 $2,000 

Total 284 $285,334 2 $2,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 230 231,000 2 2,000 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $23 295 67 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $36)0()0 00 

Losses resisted 9000 ^ 

Total ■•■•••' $45,000 00 



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238 
KNIGHTS OF HONOR (SUPREME LODGE). 

President, D. S. Biggs. Secretary, Noah M. Givan. 

Incorporated June 20, 1884. Commenced business June 30, 1873. 

Home office, 81G Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $S6,655 31 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $88,376 35 

Assessments: Mortuary 3,082,152 17 

Total paid by members $3,170,728 52 

Interest 5,005 24 

From all other sources 1.573 93 

Total income during the year 3,177,307 69 

Sum $3,263,963 00 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $3,066,482 35 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 25.S71 49 

Salaries of officers, $10,300; other compensation of officers, 

$1,465.60 11,765 60 

Salaries ami other compensation of office employes 12,622 50 

Medical examiners' fees 2,500 00 

Rent, $2,525: advertising and printing, $2,808.36 5,333 36 

All other items , 44,741 39 

Total disbursements 3,169,316 69 

Balance , $94,646 31 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office. $1,486.48: deposited in bank. $93,159.83 $94,646 31 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due $428 56 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 10,923 82 

Other items 23,816 7S 

Total non-ledger assets 35,169 16 

Gross assets $129,815 47 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $10,923 82 

Judgment 2,691 05 

T 0ta i 13,614 87 

Total admitted assets $116,200 60 



239 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $4S,566 67 

Salaries, ieuts, expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, fees, etc., 

due and accrued 485 00 

Total liabilities 49,051 67 

Balance to protect contracts $67,148 93 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 55,773 $96,S52,5O0 1.915 $2,802,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 4,093 4,147,000 388 316,250 

Total 59,866 $100,999,500 2,303 $3,118,250 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the ytar 6,286 9,133,500 382 385,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 53,580 $91,866,000 1,921 $2,732,750 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of yean 262 $487,400 2 $4,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 1,609 2,931,649 54 89,000 

Total 1,871 $3,419,049 56 $93,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 1,677 3,066,4S2 52 87,500 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $508,325 24 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $282,500 00 

Losses resisted 21,500 00 

Total $304,000 00 



240 



SUPEEME LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, ENDOW- 
MENT BANK. 

President, C. F. S. Neal. Secretary, S. M. Smith. 

Commenced business November, 1877. Home office, Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $203,853 97 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $10,972 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 192,924 40 

Assessments: Mortuary 1,736,340 13 

Total paid by members $1,940,237 03 

Interest, $5,235.98; rent, $46.672.21 51,908 19 

From all other sources 6,706 85 

Total income during the year 1,998,852 07 

Sum $2,202,706 01 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,430,977 37 

Payments returned to applicants or members 2,017 81 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 169,980 71 

Salaries of officers : 5,812 50 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 23,256 45 

Medical examiners' fees. 23,072 58 

Rent, $4,090.82; advertising and printing, $9,380.62 13,47144 

All other items 80,904 66 

Total disbursements 1,749,493 52 

Balance $453,212 52 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $33,175 23 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) 28,100 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collateral.. 1,300 00 
Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 2,850 00 

Bills receivable 1,985 01 

Cash in office, $300; deposited in bank, $238,933.80 239,233 80 

Other items 145,816 42 

Total $452,460 46 



241 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $3,435 95 

Rents accrued 6,500 00 

Market value of bonds (not including interest) and stocks 

over book value 405 00 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 3,500 00 

Other items 12,952 67 

Total non-ledger assets 26,793 62 

Gross assets $479,254 OS 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $3,500 00 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured, $1,830.17; bills 

receivable unsecured, $1,985.01 3,815 IS 

Depreciation of ledger assets to bring same to market value.. 2,200 00 

Total 9,515 18 

Total admitted assets $469,738 90 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $194,000 00 

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

and accrued 35,422 36 

Advance assessments 1,831 27 

Total liabilities 231,253 63 

Balance to protect contracts $238,4S5 27 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) ,.... 57,075 $101,205,500 1,923 $2,687,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 11,348 13,910,500 1,008 1,213,000 

Total 68,423 $115,176,000 2,931 $3,900,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 7,713 11,465,000 394 651,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- • 

cember 31 (end of year) 60,710 $103,711,000 2,537 $3,249,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 118 $248,500 2 $3,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 715 1,423,000 14 21,500 

Total 833 $1,871,500 16 $24,500 

Losses and claims paid during the year 740 1,477,500 14 19,500 



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242 



SUPREME TENT, KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES OF 

THE WORLD. 

President, D. P. Markey. Secretary, G. J. Siegle. 

Commenced business September, 1883. Home office, Port Huron, Mich. 

BALANqB SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $1,786,789 16 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $29,233 40 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 4,063 90 

Assessments for expenses 368,380 22 

Assessments: Mortuary, $3,160,989.28; reserve, $68,776.05 3,229,765 33 

Total paid by members $3,631,442 85 

Interest, $51,893.01; rent, $2,040 53,933 01 

From all other sources 27,332 42 

Total income during the year 3,712,708 28 

Sum $5,499,497 44 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $2,609,006 32 

Payments returned to applicants or members 4,215 35 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 104,631 32 

Salaries of officers 26,707 98 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 30,783 28 

Medical examiners' fees 1,159 18 

Taxes, $1,070.63; advertising and printing, $11,193.80 12,264 43 

All other items 211,396 00 

Total disbursements 3,000,163 86 

Balance $2,499,333 58 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $87,707 72 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 1,950,303 27 

Agents' or personal debit balances 54,552 56 

Cash in office, $1,500; deposited in bank, $405,270.03 406,770 03 

Total i $2,499,333 58 



243 

Nox-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $15,133.19; accrued, $11,249.43 $26,382 62 

Rents due 190 00 

Market value of bonds (not including interest) and stocks 

over book value 879 02 

Other items 317,329 12 

Total non-ledger assets 344,780 76 

Gross assets $2,844,114 34 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured 54,552 56 

Total admitted assets $2,789,561 78 

Xox-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses reported, $351,150; resisted. $85,500 $436,650 00 

Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, fees, etc.. | 

due and accrued 31.625 78 

Total liabilities 468,275 78 

Balance to protect contracts $2,321, 2S6 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 240.299 $326,020.000 16,369 $18,202,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 70,780 75.074,000 3,358 2,963,500 

Total .311.079 $401,094,000 19,727 $21,165,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 25,515 28,705,000 1,746 1,417,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 285.564 $372,389,000 17.9S1 $19,748,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 25S $402,550 8 $12,100 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 1,731 2,542,450 90 122,550 

Total 1.989 $2,945,000 9S $134,650 

Losses and claims paid during the year 1,675 2,508,350 88 120,300 



244 
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES OF THE WORLD. 

President, Lillian M. Hollister. Secretary, Bina M. West. 

Commenced business October, 1892. Home office, Port Huron, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $428,073 61 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $12,938 30 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 12,846 75 

Assessments for expenses 121,071 65 

Assessments: Mortuary, $654,634.23; reserve, $88,347.55 742,98178 

Total paid by members $889,838 48 

Interest 13,588 72 

Total income during the year 903,427 20 

Sum $1,331,500 81 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $465,573 33 

Payments returned to applicants or members 5,246 63 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 49,165 87 

Salaries of officers 11,200 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 14,140 58 

Rent, $1,475; advertising and printing, $6,607.21 8,082 21 

All other items 68,728 45 

Total disbursements 622,137 07 

Balance $709,363 74 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely $476,656 28 

Cash in office, $5,715.47; deposited in bank, $226,991.99 232,707 46 

Total $709,363 74 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $3,770 00 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 15,277 58 

Per capita tax actually collected by subordinate bodies not 

yet turned over to supreme body 6,000 00 

Total non-ledger assets 25,047 5S 

Gross assets $734,41132 



245 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 115,277 5S 

Total admitted assets $719,133 74 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $50 00 

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

due and accrued 16,629 57 

All other liabilities 7,150 00 

Total liabilities 23,829 57 

Balance to protect contracts $695,304 17 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Folicies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 77,223 $70,739,852 3,394 $2,801,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 18,754 13,217,500 729 458,750 

Total 95,977 $83,957,352 4,123 $3,260,250 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 6,398 5,927,561 172 134,200 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 89,579 $78,029,791 3,951 $3,126,050 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 41 $40,550 1 $1,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 583 509,939 19 13,200 

Total ..- 624 $550,489 20 $14,200 

Losses and claims paid during the year 561 483,439 20 14,200 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $62,000 00 

Losses resisted 5,000 00 

Total $67,000 00 



246 
MODERN AMERICAN FRATERNAL ORDER, 

President, William B. Wright. Secretary, George M. Le Crone. 

Commenced business February 25, 1897. Home office, Effingham, 111. 

BALANQE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $15,152 66 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $499 25 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 20 50 

Assessments for expenses 20,044 01 

Assessments : Mortuary 39,259 12 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 2,255 00- 

Total paid by members $62,077 88 

Interest 348 86 

From all other sources 585 84 

Total income- during the year 63,012 58 

Sum $78,165 24 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $32,862 13 

Payments returned to applicants or members 7 60 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 9,834 73 

Salaries of officers, $1,499.88; other compensation of officers, 

$892.26 ' 2,392 14 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 2,197 50 

Medical examiners' fees 2,824 50 

Rent, $295.03; taxes, $47.30; advertising and printing, $1,408.75 1,751 08 

All other items 2,926 32 

Total disbursements 54,796 00 

Balance $23,369 24 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $7,750 00 

Cash in office, $6,193.20; deposited in bank, $9,426.04 15,619 24 

Total * $23,369 24 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $202 49 

Assessments actually collected by subordinate bodies not yet 

turned over to supreme body 27 50 

Total non-ledger assets 229 99 

Gross assets $23,599 23 



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EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 4,242 $4,575,220 674 $675,340 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 2,255 1,899,000 598 503,500 



Total 6,497 $6,474,230 1,272 $1,178,840 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,402 1,239,864 409 366,815 



Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 5,095 $5,234,356 863 $812,025 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 4 $4,300 1 $1,300 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 50 39,144 10 6,193 



Total 54 $43,444 11 $7,493 

Losses and claims paid during the year 46 32,862 8 4,393 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $4,550 00 

Losses resisted 2,310 00 

Total $6,860 00 



248 [ '• ; " 

MODEKN WOODMEN OF AMEKICA. 

President, W. A. Northcott. Secretary, C. W. Hawes. 

Commenced business January 2, 1883. Home office, Rock Island, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $1,356,590 00 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $669,548 00 

Assessments: Mortuary 5,689,194 15 

Total paid by members $6,358,742 15 

Interest, $26,662.33; rent, $1,045 27,707 33 

From all other sources 79,859 45 

Total income during the year 6,466,308 93 

Sum $7,822,898 93 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid ' $5,592,883 34 

Payments returned to applicants or members 2,483 45 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 164,715 87 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 1,189 48 

Salaries of officers, $13,099.92; other compensation of officers, 

$24,460 37,559 92 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 109,100 44 

Rent, $422.95; taxes, $1,914.22; advertising and printing, 

$22,899.89 25,237 06 

All other items 298,412 30 

Total disbursements 6,231,581 86 

Balance $1,591,317 07 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $151,701 38 

Cash deposited in bank 1,378,396 24 

Furniture and library 61,219 45 

Total $1,591,317 07 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $4,443 56 

Rents accrued 55 00 . 

Total non-ledger assets 4,498 56 

Gross assets $1,595,815 63 



249 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 61,219 45 

Total admitted assets $1,534,596 18 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $52,535 70 

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

due and accrued 24,360 90 

Total liabilities .■ 76,896 60 

Balance to protect contracts $1,457,699 58 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 621,700 $1,097,419,500 21,391 $34,652,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 95,875 144,743,000 5,189 7,396,000 

Total 717,575 $1,242,162,500 26,580 $42,048,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 53,409 80,877,500 2,347 3,200,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 664,166 $1,161,285,000 24,233 $38,848,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 330 $593,769 7 15,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 3,166 5,776,000 100 160,500 

Total 3,496 $6,369,769 107 175,500 

Losses and claims paid during the year 3,094 5,653,733 96 160,500 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $535,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $575,500 00 

Losses resisted 88,000 00 

Total $663,500 00 



250 
MUTUAL PROTECTIVE LEAGUE. 

Vice-President, E.E. Burson. Secretary, J. R. Paisley. 

Commenced business April 15, 1897. Home office, Litchfield, 111. 

BALANCIE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $26,761 27 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,132 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 16,019 71 

Assessments: Mortuary 132,127 11 

Total paid by members $150,279 32 

Interest 516 00 

From all other sources 2,835 25 

Total income during the year 153,630 57 

Sum $180,391 84 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $119,900 00 

Payments returned to applicants or members 236 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 4,625 57 

Salaries of officers 6.212 56 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,998 00 

Rent, $175; advertising and printing, $369.65 544 65 

All other items 6,699 31 

Total disbursements 140,216 09 

Balance $40,175 75 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely '...., $30,670 80 

Cash in office, $1,694.29; deposited in bank, $7',810.66 9.504 95 

Total $40,175 75 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $233 00 

Market value of bonds (not including interest) and stocks 

over book value 179 20 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 3,736 15 

Other items 480 50 

Total non-ledger assets 4.62S 85 

Gross assets $44,804 60 



251 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $3,736 15 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured 480 50 

Total 4,216 65 

Total admitted assets , $40,587 95 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

I'olicies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 13,780 $19,688,250 305 $342,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 4,413 5,313,000 279 272,000 

Total 18,193 $25,001,250 584 $614,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be iu force 

during the year 2.5S1 3,191,750 120 99,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 15,612 $21,809,500 464 $515,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 13 $20,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 96 133,250 1 $1,000 

Total 109 $153,250 1 $1,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 96 131,750 1 1,000 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $11,826 OS 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $12,700 00 

Losses resisted 5,300 00 

Total $18,000 00 



252 
NATIONAL UNION. 

President, M. G. Jeffrio. Secretary, J. W. Myers. 

Commenced business June, 1881. • Home office, Toledo, Ohio. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $231,140 82 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $8,167 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 59,004 91 

Assessments: Mortuary, $1,751,261.96; special fund, $88,838.95. 1,840,100 91 



Total paid by members $1,907,272 82 

Interest " 3,022 11 

From all other' sources 67 09 



Total income during the year 1,910,362 02 



Sum $2,141,502 84 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,791,750 00 

Payments returned to applicants or members 93 83 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 46,76192 

Salaries of officers 15,050 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 11,788 00 

Rent, $2,100; taxes, $37.80; advertising and printing, $7,499.69. 9,637 49 

All other items 34,032 47 



Total disbursements 1,909,113 71 



Balance $232,389 13 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposited in bank $232,389 13 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Busineis in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 61,946 $147,994,000 1,996 $4,714,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 8,319 11,868,000 149 225,000 



Total 70,265 $159,862,000 2,145 $4,939,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 5,305 9,521,000 85 201,000 



Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 64,960 $150,341,000 2,060 $4,738,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 66 $194,000 1 $5,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 638 1,770,000 19 57,000 



Total 704 $1,964,000 20 $62,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 634 1,797,000 19 60,000 



253 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $167,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $144,000 00 

Losses resisted 23,000 00 



Total $167,000 00 



254 
NORTH AMERICAN UNION. 

President, Robert S. lies. Secretary, G. Laugherry. 

Commenced business June 8, 1895. Home office, Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $224,634 31 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $4,314 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 24,723 00 

Assessments : Mortuary 120,981 15 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 450 50 

Total paid by members $150,468 65 

Interest 8,316 59 

From all other sources 15,348 37 

Total income during the year 174,133 61 

Sum $398,767 92 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $80,700 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 3,128 93 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions... 2,978 26 
Salaries of officers!, $5,809.58; other compensation of officers, 

$450 6,259 58 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4,698 35 

Medical examiners' fees 2,816 35 

Rent, $2,040; advertising and printing, $2,134.99 4,174 99 

All other items 19,373 79 

Total disbursements 124,130 25 

Balance $274,637 67 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $46,800 00 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 189,145 31 

Cash in office, $480.61; deposited in bank, $38,211.75 38,692 36 

Total $274,637 67 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $2,726 15 

Furniture, fixtures, and supplies 1,788 97 

Other items ' 13,048 44 

Total non-ledger assets 17,563 56 

Gross assets $292,201 23 



255 



Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $1,788 97 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured 1,250 33 

Other items 11,798 11 



Total 14,837 41 



Total admitted assets $277,363 82 



Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

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

due and accrued $726 37 

All other liabilities 49,296 28 



Total liabilities 50,022 65 



Balance to protect contracts $227,341 17 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 8,429 $13,447,000 174 $213,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 2,045 2,327,500 41 44,500 



Total 10,474 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year , 1,036 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 9,438 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) -.- 2% 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 52 

Total 54% 

Losses and claims paid during the year ■ 52% 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $10,211 67 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $500 0* 



$15,774,500 


215 


$257,500 


1,310,500 


27 
1S8 


28,000 


$14,464,000 


$229,500 


$3,700 






80,500 






$S4,200 








80.700 







256 
SUPEEME LODGE ORDER OF MUTUAL PROTECTION. 

President, D. G. Clemon. Secretary, G. Del. Vecchio. 

Commenced business November, 1878. Home office, Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $75,014 21 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $9,006 98 

Assessments for expenses 9,034 77 

Assessments : Mortuary 78,800 09 

Total paid by members $96,841 84 

Interest 3,465 97 

From all other sources 100 00 

Total income during the year 100,407 81 

Sum ." $175,422 02 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $67,368 65 

Payments returned to applicants or members 269 20 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 3,209 11 

Salaries of officers 3,099 96 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,416 50 

Medical examiners' fees 379 55 

Rent, $1,013.28; advertising and printing, $695.37 1,708 65 

All other items 5,907 23 

Total disbursements 83,358 85 

Balance $92,063 17 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $350 00 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) 83,850 00 

Cash deposited in bank 7,863 17 

Total $92,063 17 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $1,099 28 

Market value of real estate over book value 450 00 

Total non-ledger assets 1,549 28 

Gross assets $93,612 45 



257 



Nos-Lf.dger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $214 50 

Ali other liabilities 150 08 



Total liabilities $364 58 



Balance to protect contracts $93,247 87 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 



Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 6,521 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 1.204 

Total 7,725 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 693 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 7,032 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 10 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 75 

Total 85 

Losses and claims paid during the year 80 



$6,841,000 


27 


$23,500 


838,500 


17 


11,500 


$7,679,500 


44 


$35,000 


641.750 


7 


4.500 


7,037,750 


37 


30,500 


$13,000 






83.500 










$96,500 






86,500 







CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $7,164 74 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $7,450 00 



-Ins I>ept. 



258 
ORDER OF PATRICIANS. 

President, William C. Hicks. Secretary, Frank K. Piatt. 

Incorporated October 5, 1896. Commenced business October 7, 1896. 

Home office, Benton Harbor, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $5,593 02 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,127 44 

Assessments for expenses 3,762 12 

Assessments: Mortuary 18,875 29 

Total paid by members $24,764 85 

Interest 277 28 

From all other sources 11,498 30 

Total income during the year 36,540 43 

Sum $42,133 45 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $22,05S 34 

Payments returned to applicants or members Ill 36 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 672 56 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions.. 8,315 35 
Salaries of officers, $2,245.28; other compensation of officers, 

$581.92 2,827 20 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,393 83 

Medical examiners' fees 40 50 

Rent, $357; advertising and printing, $1,073.44 1,430 44 

All other items 2,813 92 

Total disbursements 39,663 50 

Balance $2,469 95 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $700 00 

Cash deposited in bank 1,769 95 

Total $2,469 95 

Non-Ledgee Assets. 

Interest accrued $8100 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 1,425 00 

Total non-ledger assets 1,506 00 

Gross assets $3,675 95 



259 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $1,425 00 

Total admitted assets $2,550 95 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid 2,966 66 

Deficiency in balance to protect contracts $415 71 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana- 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 3,300 $3,835,400 184 $217,100 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 1,194 $908,700 282 241,100 

Total 4,494 $4,744,100 466 $458,200 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 650 542,450 86 78,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 3,844 $4,201,050 380 $380,200 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 1 $1,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 39 25,025 7 $2,525 

Total 40 $26,025 7 $2,525 

Losses and claims paid during the year 37 22,058 7 2,525 

CONTINGENT MORTUARt ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $2,116 43 



18-Ins. Dept. 



260 i ' 

THE PATHFINDER. 

President, U. F. Houriet. Secretary, George C. Berry. 

Incorporated May 14, 1898. Commenced business June 20, 1898. 

Home office, Akron, Ohio. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $21,397 11 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $5,250 00 

Assessments for expenses 39,496 51 

Assessments : Mortuary 42,597 59 

Total paid by members $87,344 10 

From all other sources 788 16 

Total income during the year 88,132 26 

Sum $109,529 37 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $46,053 50 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 26,168 21 

Salaries of officers 2,600 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4,807 16 

Medical examiners' fees 299 75 

Rent, $500; advertising and printing, $4,839.88 5,339 88 

All other items 8,3S0 81 

Total disbursements 93,649 31 

Balance $15,880 06 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash in office, $75.84; deposited in bank, $15,804.22 $15,880 06 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Assessments actually collected by subordinate bodies not yet 

turned over to supreme body $7,547 10 

Other items 558 00 

Total non-ledger assets 8,105 10 

Gross assets '. $23,985 16 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses in process of adjustment $1,800 00 

Ad other liabilities 5,000 00 

Total liabilities 6,800 00 

Balance to protect contracts $17,185 16 



261 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates iu force December 31 

(beginning of year) 9,124 $10,503,726 2,575 $2,711,292 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 3,500 3,269,468 1,469 1,516,835 

Total .' 12,624 $13,773,194 4,044 $4,228,127 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 2,510 2,732,206 1,048 1,026,531 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 10,114 $11,040,988 2,996 $3,201,596 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 43 $46,054 4 $4,450 

Total 43 $46,054 4 $4,450 

Losses and claims paid during the year 43 46.054 4 4,450 



262 



PLATTDEUTSCHE GROT GILDE. 



President, J. H. Mueller. 
Commenced business February, 1S89. 



Secretary, L. E. Brandt. 

Home office, Chicago, 111. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$29,199 82 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $1,845 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 4,252 05 

Assessments for expenses €89 33 

Assessments: Mortuary, $48,537.93; reserve, $4,565.62 53,103 55 

Total paid by members $59,889 93 

Interest 1,203 76 

Total income during the year 61,093 69 

Sum $90,293 51 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $52,425 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents '. 1,168 94 

Salaries of officers 1,699 00 

Rent, $76.50; advertising and printing, $1,035.26 1,111 76 

All other items 2,828 03 

Total disbursements 59,232 73 

Balance $31,060 78 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $19,600 00 

Cash deposited in bank 11,460 78 

Total $31,060 78 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies ', 600 00 

Gross assets $31,660 78 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 600 00 

Total admitted assets $31,060 78 



2G3 

Non-Ledges Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $500 00 

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

due and accrued 505 00 

Total liabilities $1,005 00 

Balance to protect contracts., $30,055 78 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 6,908 $3,454,000 355 $177,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 1,008 504,000 75 37,500 

Total 7,916 $3,958,000 430 $215,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 601 300,500 23 11,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 7,315 $3,657,500 407 $203,500 

Losses and "claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 7 $3,100 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 89 44,500 3 $1,500 

Total 96 $47,600 3 $1,500 

Losses and claims paid during the year 82 40,900 1 500 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $11,704 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Losses not yet due $6,700 00 



264 
PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE. 

President, H. C. Hall. Secretary, W. S. Palmer. 

Commenced business August 7, 1886. Home office, Sharon, Pa. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $543,166 04 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $68,855 91 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 42,273 75 

Assessments: Mortuary, $318,776.62; reserve, $97,925.47 416,702 09 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 6,400 50 

Total paid by members $534,232 25 

Interest, $18,189.42; rent, $2,810.33 20,999 75 

Prom all other sources 8,659 05 

Total income during the year. . .' \ 563,891 05 

Sum $1,107,057 09 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $344.250 00 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 77,277 47 

Salaries of officers, $13,499.97; other compensation of officers, 

$1,559 15,058 97 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 6.090 33 

Taxes, $638.20; advertising and printing, $1,756.25 2,394 45 

All other items 42,342 43 

Total disbursements 487,413 65 

Balance $619,643 44 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $50,000 00 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) 321,314 32 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other collateral 99,000 00 

Cash deposited in bank 149,329 12 

Total $619,643 44 

Non-Ledgek Assets. 

Interest due $4,443 20 

Rents due 2,300 00 

Other items 41,688 22 

Total non-ledger assets 48,43142 

Gross assets : $668,074 86 



265 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $5,114 63 

Total admitted assets $662,960 23 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses in process of adjustment or reported 32,000 00 

Balance to protect contracts $630,960 23 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 41,597 $42,351,500 789 $688,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 13,776 11,396,000 475 364,000 

Total 55,373 $53,747,500 1,264 $1,052,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 6,685 5,677,500 353 259,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 48,688 $48,070,000 911 $793,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 28 $33,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 318 339,750 5 $6,500 

Total 346 $372,750 5 $6,500 

Losses and claims paid during the year 317 340,750 5 6,500 



266 
RED MEN'S FRATERNAL ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

President, Robert H. Kreil. Secretary, Robert Gowdy. 

Commenced business August, 1887. Home office, Westfleld, Mass. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $6,622 25 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,982 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 4,172 57 

Assessments : Mortuary 7,700 23 

Total paid by members $14,854 80 

Interest ; 166 08 

Total income during the year 15,020 88 

Sum $21,643 13 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $5,552 81 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 3,092 69 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid- by commissions — 506 00 

Salaries of officers 1,761 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 312 00 

Rent, $200; advertising and printing, $267.75 467 75 

All other items 914 35 

Total disbursements 12,606 60 

Balance $9,036 53 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash in office, $50.47; deposited in bank, $8,986.06 $9,036 53 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 1,025 $2,264,450 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or increased during tne 

year 994 628,650 

Total 2,019 $2,893,100 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 624 883,600 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1,395 $2,009,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 10 $641 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 168 6,396 

Total ITS $7,037 

Losses and claims paid during the year 156 5,553 

Indiana business not reported. 



267 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $2 190 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $530 43 

Losses resisted 974 00 

Total $1,484 42 



■ 268 
SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE ROYAL ARCANUM. 

President, J. A. Langfltt. Secretary, W. O. Robson. 

Commenced business June, 1877. Home office, Boston, Mass. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $2,305,694 56 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $194,626 40 

Assessments : Mortuary 7,140,664 82 

Total paid by members $7,335,291 22 

Interest 69,855 99 

From all other sources 7,637 96 

Total income during the year 7,412,785 17 

Sum $9,718,479 73 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $6,899,868 73 

Payments returned to applicants or members 14 50 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed 48,152 46 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions — 17,606 89 
Salaries of officers, $28,466.62; other compensation of officers, 

$4,671.45 33,138 07 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 41,S91 21 

Taxes, $710.40; advertising and printing, $15,635.09 16,345 49 

All other items 56,784 79 

Total disbursements 7,113,802 14 

Balance $2,604,677 59 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $51,170 97 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 1,872,736 16 

Cash deposited in bank 680,770 46 

Total $2,604,677 59 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $17,113.24; accrued, $5,911.72 $23,024 96 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 8,547 82 

Other items 9,428 82 

Total non-ledger assets 41,001 60 

Gross assets $2,645,679 19 



269 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $8,547 82 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured, $255.20; bills re- 
ceivable, $2,454.06 2,709 26 

Depreciation of ledger assets to bring same to market value. 32,033 66 

Other items 6,6S0 30 

Total $49,971 04 

Total admitted assets $2,595,708 15 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $171,525 00 

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

due and accrued 2,201 22 

Advance assessments 39 26 

All other liabilities ■ 271 89 

Total liabilities 174,037 37 

Balance to protect contracts $2,421,670 78 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 231,132 $585,704,000 3,780 $10,486,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 33,216 50,854,000 442 694,000 

Total 264,348 $636,558,000 4,222 $11,180,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 10,026 21,229,000 150 313,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 254,322 $615,329,000 4,072 $10,867,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 264 $726,233 4 $9,500 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 2,546 6,886,500 38 101,000 

Total 2,810 $7,612,733 42 $110,500 

Losses and claims paid during the year 2,547 6,899,869 39 103,000 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $610,019 16 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $501,000 00 

Losses resisted 38,000 00 

Total $539,000 00 



270 
ROYAL CIRCLE. 

President, F. D. Rugg. Secretary, James Walsh. 

Commenced business November 7, 1896. Incorporated November 7, 1896. 

Home office, Springfield, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $10,123 80 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,384 25 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 20,712 57 

Assessments for expenses 5,102 59 

Assessments : Mortuary 141,282 43 

Total paid by members $169,481 84 

Interest 300 00 

From all other sources 7,259 71 

Total income during the year 177,041 55 

Sum $187,165 35 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $140,683 32 

Payments returned to applicants or members 538 24 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 6,271 89 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions — 3,455 83 
Salaries of officers, $6,841.52; other compensation of officers, 

$904.12 7,745 64 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4,225 00 

Rent, $600; advertising and printing, $1,502.51 2,102 51 

All other items 6,373 69 

Total disbursements 171,396 12 

Balance $15,769 23 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposited in bank $15,769 23 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 1,500 00 

Gross assets $17,269 23 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 1,500 00 

Total admitted assets $15,769 23 



271 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Borrowed money , $6,000 00 

Balance to protect contracts $9,769 23 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 14,258 $20,124,125 70 $123,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 4,765 5,751,000 97 103,000 

Total 19,023 $25,875,125 167 $226,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 3,651 4,674,433 26 34,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 15,372 $21,200,692 141 $191,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- , 

ginning of year) 30 $23,983 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 153 155,750 1 $2,000 

Total 183 $179,733 1 $2,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 135 140,683 1 2,000 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $23,586 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $25,49166 

Losses resisted 6,500 00 

Total $31,991 66 



272 
ROYAL LEAGUE. 

President, W. E. Hyde. Secretary, C. E. Piper. 

Commenced business November, 1883. Home Office, Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $326,553 35 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,810 81 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 2,803 50 

Assessments for expenses 57,740 22 

Assessments: Mortuary, $434,783.58; reserve, $145,082.51 579,866 09 

Total paid by members : $643,220 62 

Interes.t, $13,522.11; rent, $225 13,747 11 

From all other sources 4,808 93 

Total income during the year 661,776 66 

Sum $988,330 01 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $392,474 54 

Payments returned to applicants or members 5 72 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 13,318 65 

Salaries of officers, $8,958.29; other compensation of officers, 

$505.88 9,464 17 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 8,156 84 

Medical examiners' fees 3,245 15 

Rent, $2,796; taxes, $39.54; advertising and printing, $2,380.03.. 5,215 57 

All other items 24,846 64 

Total disbursements 456,727 28 

Balance $531,602 73 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely $396,322 25 

Cash deposited in bank 135,280 48 

Total $531,602 73 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest accrued $1,538 25 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 5,471 00 

Other items 49,685 50 

Total non-ledger assets 56,694 75 

Gross assets $588,297 48 



273 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $5,47100 

Depreciation of ledger assets to bring same to market value. 4,791 87 

Other items 5,685 50 

Total $15,948 37 

Total admitted assets $572,349 11 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses in process of adjustment or reported $44,000 00 

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

due and accrued 4,489 06 

Total liabilities 48,489 06 

Balance to protect contracts $523,860 05 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 20,635 $51,423,000 427 $658,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 2,725 3.422,000 54 70,500 

Total 23,360 $54,845,000 481 $729,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1.708 3,053,000 76 103,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 21.652 $51,792,000 405 $626,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 11 $19,988 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 204 433.362 1 $4,000 

Total 215 $453,350 1 $4,000 

•Losses and claims paid during the year 199 392,475 1 4,000 



274 
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA. 

President, J. W. White. Secretary, Myrtle E. Dade. 

Commenced business March 21, 1895. Incorporated March 21, 1895. 

Home office, Rock Island, 111. 

BALANCE SHFET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $73,370 46 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $12,318 00 

Assessments: Mortuary 369,624 45 

Total paid by members $381,942 45 

Interest 1,492 25 

From all other sources 837 92 

Total income during the year 384,272 62 

Sum $457,643 08 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $363,300 00 

Payments returned to applicants or members 119 45 

Total paid to members $363,419 45 

Salaries of officers, $1,500; other compensation of officers, 

$1,800 - 3,300 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,551 26 

Medical examiners' fees 551 62 

Rent, $720; advertising and printing, $1,412.55 2,132 55 

All other items 4,655 23 

Total disbursements 379,610 11 

Balance $78,032 97 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposited in bank $78,032 97 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Furniture and fixtures 1,195 38 

Gross assets $79,228 35 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 1,195 38 

Total admitted assets $78,032 97 



275 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 60,722 $37,080,000 1,024 $1,045,500 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 15,705 17,095,500 577 587,500 

Total 76,427 $84,175,500 1,601 $1,633,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased' to be in force 

during the year 6,615 7,520,500 169 172,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 69,812 $76,655,000 1,432 $1,461,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 42 $47,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 339 358,500 7 $6,500 

Total 381 $405,500 7 $6,500 

Losses and claims paid during the year 347 368,500 7 6,500 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $30,000 00 

Losses resisted 7,000 00 

Total $37,000 00 



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276 ' 

KOYAL TEMPLARS. 

President, Chas. Mills. Secretary, Esbon B. Rew. 

Commenced business February 3, 1877. Incorporated July 1, 1878. 

Home office, 43 Niagara Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $55,110 47 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $7,815 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 30,876 92 

Assessments : Mortuary 274,226 44 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 1.107 75 

Total paid by members $314,026 61 

Interest ■ • 74 T8 

From all other sources 3.297 12 

Total income during the year 317,398 51 

Sum • $372,508 9S 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $253,301 77 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions — 36,154 10 

Salaries of officers 5,410 09 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 2,571 15 

Medical examiners' fees 3.224 05 

Rent, $900; advertising and printing, $5.806.47 6.706 47 

All other items 6.248 29 

Total disbursements 313.615 92 

Balance $58,893 06 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $2,552 62 

Mortgage ioans on real estate (first liens) 15,800 00 

Agents' or personal debit balances 7,924 15 

Cash in office, $18,187.26; deposited in bank, $14,429.03 32,616 29 

Total $58,893 06 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $111; accrued, $186.83 $297 83 

Market value of real estate over book value 1,947 38 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 3,800 00 

Total non-ledger assets 6,045 21 



Gross assets $64,938 27 



277 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $3,800 00 

Total admitted assets $61,138 27 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid 37,100 00 

Balance to protect contracts $24,038 27 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 13,656 $15,605,150 728 $632,750 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 5,863 4,348,250 876 719,000 

Total 19,519 $19,953,400 1,604 1,351,750 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 3,005 2,574,750 539 426,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 16,514 $17,378,650 1,065 $925,750 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 76 $101,950 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 206 277,400 4 $4,500 

Total 282 $379,350 4 $4,500 

Losses and claims paid during the year 208 278,500 4 4,500 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $78,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Losses not yet due $63,750 00 



278 
UNITED ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

President, H. L. Southworth. Secretary, S. W. Dennison. 

Commenced business April, 1893. Home office, Milwaukee, Wis. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $70,486 15 

INCOME DURING, YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $6,516 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 8,878 75 

Assessments for expenses 11,798 11 

Assessments: Mortuary and reserve 72,123 44 

Total paid by members $99,316 80 

Interest 3,820 59 

From all other sources , 1,010 22 

Total income during the year 104,147 61 

Sum $174,633 76 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $45,000 00 

Payments returned to applicants or members 3 80 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 11,787 00 

Salaries of officers 2,912 50 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 960 00 

Medical examiners' fees 6,5S3 73 

Rent, $429.96; advertising and printing, $985.99 1,415 95 

All other items 11,600 43 

Total disbursements 80,263 41 

Balance $94,370 35 

• LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $30,350 00. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 43,640 00 

Agents' or personal debit balances 750 00 

Cash deposited in bank 19,630 35 

Total $94,370 35 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Interest due, $78; accrued, $911.97 $989 97 

Market value of bonds (not including interest) and stocks 

over book value 593 80 

Furniture and fixtures 890 00 

Total non-ledger assets 2,473 77 

Gross assets $96,844 12 



279 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $890 00 

Personal or agents' debit balances unsecured 750 00 

Total $1,640 00 

Total admitted assets $95,204 12 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $2,250 00 

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

due and accrued 330 00 

Total liabilities 2,580 00 

Balance to protect contracts $92,624 12 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 6,004 $6,578,000 202 $191,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 3,194 3,088,500 113 88,500 

Total 9,198 $9,666,500 315 $279,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,192 1,149,000 75 66,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 8,006 $8,517,500 240 $213,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 3 $2,500 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 42 45,250 2 $1,500 

Total 45 $47,750 2 $1,500 

Losses and claims paid during the year 42 45,500 2 1,500 



280 



UNITED ORDER OE THE GOLDEN CROSS. 



President, John D. Young. 
Commenced business July 4, 1876. 



Secretary, W. R. Cooper. 

Home office, Knoxville, Tenn. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$81,608 82 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $1,204 50 

Assessments for expenses 46,467 81 

Assessments : Mortuary 510,511 79 

Total paid by members $558,184 10 

Interest 2,930 99 

Prom all other sources 244 46 

Total income during the year 561,359 55 

« & 

Sum ....'. $642,968 37 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $525,322 04 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 2,829 85 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions... 3,167 25 
Salaries of officers, $8,299.99; other compensation of officers, 

$30 8,329 99 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4,962 05 

Medical examiners' fees 6,457 00 

Rent, $421.25; advertising and printing, $553.25 974 50 

All other items 4,516 06 

Total disbursements 576,173 08 

Balance $66,795 -29 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely $9,900 00 

Cash in office, $43.40; deposited in bank, $53,188.72 53,232 12 

Other items 3,663 17 

Total $66,795 29 

Non-Ledgek Assets. 

Interest accrued 490 72 

Gross assets $67,286 01 



281 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $7,500 00 

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

due and accrued 5155 

Total liabilities $7,551 55 

Balance to protect contracts $59,734 46 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 25,326 $32,322,000 663 $813,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 4,248 2,770.000 302 168,000 

Total 29,574 $35,092,000 965 $981,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 2,953 2,598,500 233 161,750 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 26,621 $32,493,500 732 $819,250 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 65 $92,500 4 $4,500 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 363 517,750 8 10,500 

Total 428 $610,250 12 $15,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 376 532,500 12 15,000 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $95,763 80 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $65,250 00 

Losses resisted 5,000 00 

Total $70,250 00 



: 282 

WOMEN'S CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

President, Elizabeth Rodgers. Secretary, Catherine Hughes. 

Commenced business June 23, 1891. Home office, 617 Roanoke Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $138,533 24 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,100 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 36,646 04 

Assessments: Mortuary 389,493 02 

Medical examiners' fees paid by applicant 5,150 00 

Other payments by members 17,047 14 

Total paid by members $450,436 20 

Interest 1,282 09 

From all other sources 5,354 70 

Total income during the year 457,072 99 

Sum $595,606 23 

. DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims paid $367,018 00 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents — 1,300 00 
Salaries of officers, $5,421.64; other compensation of officers, 

$1,363.55 '. 6,785 19 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3,144 98 

Medical examiners' fees 5,150 00 

Rent, $1,167.28; advertising and printing, $5,027.31 6,194 59 

All other items 33,430 95 

Total disbursements 423,023 71 

Balance . . .". $172,582 52 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash in office, $126.42; deposited in bank, $172,456.10 $172,582 52 

Non-Ledger Assets. 

Mortuary assessments in process of collection 40,000 00 

Gross assets $212,582 52 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid $3,550 00 

Losses in process of adjustment or reported 54,000 00 

Total liabilities , 57,550 00 

Balance to protect contracts $155,032 52 



283 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amoun). 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 35,384 $3S,455,000 644 $658,000 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 4,120 4,145,000 58 59,000 

Total 39,504 $42,600,000 702 $717,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,591 1,853,000 62 62,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 37,913 $40,747,000 640 $655,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) ■ 39 $41,658 2 $2,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 34S 3S3,000 S 3,000 

Total 387 $424,658 5 $5,000 

Losses and claims paid during the year 333 367,018 5 5.000 



284 
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. 

President, Joseph C. Root. Secretary, John T. Yates. 

Commenced business January 1, 1891. Home office, Omaha, Neb. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $381,230 05 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $29,743 56 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 291,100 62 

Assessments: Mortuary, $2,156,131.85; reserve, $226,412.42 2,382,544 27 

Total paid by members $2,703,388 45 

Interest, $11,498.04; rent, $11,337.75 _, 22,835 79 

From all other sources ". 13,038 18 

Total income during the year 2,739,262 42 

Sum $3,120,492 47 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,939,571 99 

Payments returned to applicants or members 12,925 27 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents 99,590 02 

Salaries of officers 12,600 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 41,541 75 

Medical examiners' fees 5,111 30 

Rent, $3,756; taxes, $1,019.54; advertising and printing, 

$21,080.65 25,856 19 

All other items 127,477 36 

Total disbursements 2,264,673 88 

Balance $855,818 59 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate (unincumbered) $65,000 00 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) and stocks owned 

absolutely 485,885 75 

Agents' or personal debit balances 7,929 51 

Cash in office, $6,682.95; deposited in bank, $268,171.83 274,854 78 

Other items 27,844 11 

Total $861,514 15 

Deduct Ledger Liabilities. 

Personal or agents' credit balances 5,695 56 

Total net ledger assets $855,818 59 



285 

Deduct Assets Not Admitted. 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies $27,844 11 

Total admitted assets $S27,974 48 

Non-Ledger Liabilities. 

Losses due and unpaid 29,333 34 

Balance to protect contracts $798,641 14 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 153,017 $248,871,000 3,141 $4,598,100 

Policies or certificates issued, reinstated or in- 
creased during the year 53,250 65,349,000 871 947,600 

Total 206,267 $314,220,000 4,012 $5,545,700 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 30,239 38,662,700 479 561,400 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 176,028 $275,557,300 3,533 $4,984,300 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 141 $272,625 .... $1,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 1,301 1,927,122 24 34,300 

Total 1,442 $2,199,747 24 $35,300 

Losses and claims paid during the year 1,321 1,941,414 23 33,600 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Assessments unpaid $250,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $222,050 00 

Losses resisted 6,950 00 

Total $229,000 00 



INDEX. 



INDIANA FIRE COMPANIES. 

PAGE. 

Firemen and Mechanics, Madison 4, 14, 50, 94 

German Fire, Indianapolis 4, 14, 50, 96 

Grain Dealers National Mutual Fire, Indianapolis 97 

Indiana Lumbermens Mutual, Indianapolis 4, 14, 98 

Indiana Millers Mutual Fire, Indianapolis 4, 14, 100 

Indianapolis Fire, Indianapolis. 4, 14, 50, 101 

Indianapolis German Mutual, Indianapolis 4, 14, 103 

FIRE COMPANIES OF OTHER STATES. 

^Etna, Hartford 4, 14, 50 

Agricultural, Watertown 4, 14, 50 

Allemannia Fire, Pittsburgh 4, 14, 50 

American, Newark 4, 14, 50 

American Central, St. Louis 4, 14, 50 

American Fire, Philadelphia 4, 14, 50 

Buffalo Commercial, Buffalo 4, 14, 50 

Buffalo German, Buffalo 4, 14, 50 

Citizens, St. Louis 4, 14, 50 

Concordia Fire, Milwaukee 4, 14, 50 

Connecticut Fire, Hartford 4, 15, 50 

Continental, -New York 4, 15, 50 

Delaware, Philadelphia 4, 15, 50 

Detroit Fire and Marine, Detroit 4, 15, 50 

Equitable Fire and Marine, Providence 4, 15, 50 

Farmers Fire, York 5, 15, 51 

Fire Association, Philadelphia 5, 15, 51 

Firemans Fund, San Francisco 5, 15, 51 

Firemens, Baltimore 5, 15, 51 

Firemens, Newark 5, 15, 51 

Franklin Fire, Philadelphia 5, 15, 51 

German, Freeport 5, 15, 51 

German Alliance, New York 5, 15, 51 

German American, NeAV York 5, 15, 51 

German Fire," Peoria 5, 15, 51 

Germania Fire, New York 5, 15, 51 

Glens Falls, Glens Falls 5, 15, 51 

Girard Fire and Marine, Philadelphia 5, 15, 51 

Greenwich, New York 5, 15, 51 



287 



Hanover Fire, New York 

Hartford Fire, Hartford 

Home, New York 

Home Fire and Marine, San Francisco 

Insurance Company of North America, Philadelphia. 

Michigan Fire and Marine, Detroit 

Milwaukee Fire, Milwaukee 

Milwaukee Mechanics, Milwaukee 

National Fire, Hartford 

National Union Fire, Pittsburgh 

Newark Fire, Newark 

New Hampshire Fire, Manchester 

New York Fire, New York 

M iagara Fire, New York 

Northwestern National, Milwaukee. . ._ 

Ohio Farmers, Le Roy 

Orient, Hartford 

Pelican Assurance, New York 

Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia 

Phenix, Brooklyn 

Phoenix, Hartford 

Providence-Washington, Providence 

Queen, New York 

Reliance, Philadelphia 

Rochester German, Rochester 

St. Paul Fire and Marine, St. Paul 

Security, New Haven 

Springfield Fire and Marine, Springfield 

Teutonia Fire and Marine, Dayton 

Traders, Chicago 

United States Fire, New York 

Westchester Fire, New York 

Western Underwriters Association, Chicago 

Williamsburgh City Fire, Brooklyn 





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FIRE COMPANIES OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



Aachen and Munich, Aix-la-Chappelle 6, 17, 52 

Atlas Assurance, London 6, 17, 52 

British America, Toronto 6, 17, 52 

Caledonian, Edinburgh 6, 17, 52 

Cologne Re-Insurance, Cologne 6, 17, 52 

Commercial Union, London 6, 17, 52 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire, Hamburg 6, 17, 52 

Liverpool and London and Globe, Liverpool 6, 17, 52 

London and Lancashire, London - 6, 17, 52 

London Assurance, London 6, 17, 52 

Manchester Assurance, Manchester 6, 17, 52 



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Moscow Fire, Moscow 6, 17, 52 

Munich Re-Insurance, Munich 6, 17, 52 

^s T orth British and Mercantile, London 6, 17, 52 

Northern Assurance, London 6, 17, 52 

Norwich Union Fire, Norwich 6, 17, 53 

Palatine, London ■ 6, 17, 53 

Phoenix Assurance, London 6, 17, 53 

Prussian National, Stettin 6, 17, 53 

Royal, Liverpool 6, 17, 53 

Royal Exchange, London 7, 18, 53 

Salamandra, St. Petersburg 7, 18, 53 

Scottish Union and National, Edinburgh 7, 18, 53 

S'kandia, Stockholm 7, 18, 53 

Sun Insurance Office, London 7, 18, 53 

Thuringia, Erfurt 7, 18, 53 

Union Assurance, London 7, 18, 53 

Western Assurance, Toronto 7, 18, 53 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES OF INDIANA. 

Contineutal Casualty, Hammond .' 7, 19, 54, 104 

Federal Union Surety, Indianapolis 7. 19, 54, 108 

Indiana and Ohio Live Stock 7, 107 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES' OF OTHER STATES AND 
COUNTRIES. 

iEtna Indemnity, Hartford 7, 19, 54 

iEtna Life (Accident Department), Hartford 7, 19, 54 

American Bonding Company, Baltimore , 7, 19, 54 

American Credit Indemnity. New York 7, 19, 54 

American Surety, New York 7, 19, 54 

Bankers Surety, Cleveland 7, 19, 54 

City Trust, Safe Deposit and Surety, Philadelphia „ 7, 19, 54 

Employers Liability, London 7, 19, 54 

Fidelity and Casualty, New York 7, 19, 54 

Fidelity and Deposit, Baltimore 7, 19, 54 

Frankfort Marine, Accident and Plate Glass, Frankfort 7. 19, 54 

Hartford Steam Boiler, Hartford 7, 19, 54 

Lloyds Plate Glass, New York 7, 19, 54 

London Guarantee and Accident, London 7, 19, 54 

Maryland Casualty, Baltimore 7, 19, 54 

Metropolitan Plate Glass, New York 8, 19, 55 

National Surety, New York 8, 20, 55 

New York Plate Glass, New York 8, 20, 55 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, London 8, 20, 55 

Pacific Mutual Life, San Francisco 8, 20, 55 



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PAGE. 

Preferred Accident, New York 8, 20, 55 

Standard Life and Accident, Detroit 8, 20, 55 

Travelers, Hartford 8, 20, 55 

Union Casualty and Surety, St. Louis 8, 20, 55 

United States Casualty, New York 8, 20, 55 

United States Fidelity and Guaranty, Baltimore 8, 20, 55 

United States Guarantee, New York 8, 20, 55 

United States Health and Accident, Saginaw 8, 20, 55 



LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES OF INDIANA. 

American Central, Indianapolis 8, 64, G7, 112 

Inter-State, Indianapolis 8. 64, 67, 116 

Liberal Life, Anderson 8, 64, 67, 119 

Meridian Life and Trust, Indianapolis 8, 64, 67, 122 

Reserve Loan, Indianapolis 8, 64, 67, 125 

State. Indianapolis 8, 64, 67, 128 



LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES OF OTHER STATES. 

iEtna, Hartford 8, 64, 67 

Berkshire, Pittsfield 8, 64, 67 

Connecticut Mutual, Hartford 8, 64, 67 

Equitable, New York 8, 64, 67 

Equitable, Des Moines 8, 64, 67 

Franklin Life, Springfield 9, 65, 67 

Fidelity Mutual, Philadelphia 9, 64, 67 

Germania, New York 9, 64, 67 

Hartford, Hartford 9, 64, 67 

Home, New York 9, 64, 67 

Illinois Life, Chicago 9, 65, 67 

John Hancock Mutual, Boston 9, 65, 67 

Life Insurance Co. of Virginia, Richmond 9, 65, 67 

Manhattan, New York 9, 65, 67 

Massachusetts Mutual, Springfield 9, 65, 67 

Metropolitan, New York 9, 65, 68 

Michigan Mutual, Detroit . 9, 65, 68 

Mutual, New York 9, 65, 68 

Mutual Benefit, Newark 9, 65, 68 

Mutual Reserve Life, New York 9, 65, 68 

Mutual Life of Illinois, Chicago 9, 65, 68 

Northwestern Life and Savings, Des Moines 9, 65, 68 

National, Montpelier 9, 65, 68 

New England Mutual, Boston 9, 65, 68 

New York, New York 9, 65, 68 

Northwestern Mutual, Milwaukee 9, 65, 68 

Northwestern National, Minneapolis 9, 65, 68 

Pacific Mutual, San Francisco - 9, 65, 68 



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Penn Mutual, Philadelphia . 9, 65, 68 

Phoenix Mutual, Hartford 9, 65, 68 

Provident Life and Trust, Philadelphia 9, 65, 68 

Provident Savings, New York 9, 65, 68 

Prudential, Newark 9, 65, 68 

Royal Union Mutual, Des Moines 9, 65, 68 

Security Mutual, Binghamton 9, 65, 68 

State Mutual, Worcester 9, 65, 68 

Travelers, Hartford 9, 65, 68 

Union Central, Cincinnati 9, 65, 68 

Union Mutual, Portland 9, 65, 69 

United States, New York - 9, 65, 69 

Washington, New York 9, 65, 69 

Western and Southern Life, Cincinnati 9, 65, 69 

ASSESSMENT LIFE ASSOCIATIONS OF INDIANA. 

Home Mutual Benefit, South Bend 134 

Model Life, Indianapolis 135 

Security Life, South Bend 137 

Union Life, Indianapolis 139 

LIFE ASSOCIATIONS OF OTHER STATES. 

Bankers Life, Des Moines 142 

Knights Templars and Masons Life Indemnity, Chicago 144 

Traders Mutual Life, Springfield 146 

World Mutual Life, Des Moines 148 

ASSESSMENT ACCIDENT ASSOCIATIONS OF INDIANA. 

Columbian Relief Fund, Indianapolis 152 

Commercial Travelers Mutual Accident, Indianapolis 154 

Fort Wayne Mercantile Accident, Fort Wayne 156 

Home Mutual Benefit, South Bend 158 

Indianapolis Mutual Benefit Association 162 

Indiana Benefit, New Albany 160 

Lincoln Healtn. and Accident, Indianapolis 11 

North American Benefit Association, Evansville 163 

Provident Health and Casualty, Indianapolis 12 

Security Accident and Sick Benefit, Seymour 165 

Wabash Mutual Benefit, Vincennes 167 

ASSESSMENT ACCIDENT ASSOCIATIONS OF OTHER STATES. 

American Relief Society, Bay City . 172 

American Health and Accident, Detroit. 170 

National Accident Society, New York 176 



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National Masonic Accident, Des Moines ISO 

National Life and Accident. Nashville, Tenn 178 

National Protective, Detroit 182 

New York Casualty, New York 184 

Phoenix Accident and Sick Benefit. Benton Harbor 186 

Preferred Accident, Detroit 188 

Loval Protective Association, Boston 174 



FRATERNAL ASSOCIATIONS OF INDIANA. 

American Plowmen 192 

American Standard Bearers 11 

Benevolent Order of Colonials 196 

Catholic BeneA*olent League 198 

Fraternal Assurance Society of America 11 

Independent Order Foresters of America 199 

Independent Order Parliamentarians 201 

Knights and Ladies of Honor 205 

Knights and Ladies of Columbia 208 

Modern Samaritans of the World 207 

Order of Frontiersmen 11 

Supreme Tribe of Ben Hur 209 

United Workmen 194 



FRATERNAL ASSOCIATIONS OF OTHER STATES. ■ 

American Guild 212 

American Mutual Aid Association 214 

Ancient Order of Gleaners 216 

Brotherhood of American Yeomen 218 

Catholic Knights of America 222 

Catholic Order of Foresters 224 

Catholic Benevolent Legion 220 

Fraternal Aid Association 228 

Independent Order of Foresters 232 

Knights of Columbus 236 

Knights of Maccabees 242 

Knights of Modern Maccabees * 11 

Knights and Ladies of Maccabees 244 

Knights of Pythias ■ 240 

Knights of Honor 238 

Knights and Ladies of Security 234 

Modern Woodmen of America 248 

Modern American Fraternal Order 246 

Mutual Protective League 250 

National Union 252 

North American Jnion 254 

Order Mutual Protection 256 



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PAGE. 

Order of Patricians 258 

Pathfinders 260 

Protected Home Circle 264 

Plattdeutsche Grot Gilde 262 

Red Men's Fraternal Accident 266 

Royal Arcanum 268 

Royal League 272 

Royal Neighbors of America 274 

Royal Templars of Temperance 276 

Royal Circle 270 

Supreme Court of Honor .-. 226 

Supreme Conclave Order Heptasophs : 230 

Sovereign Camp Woodmen of World 284 

United Order of Golden Cross 280 

United Order Foresters 278 

Women's Catholic Order Foresters 282 



. . INDIANA . . 



Building and Loan Association 



DEPARTMENT. 



. . 1903 .-.. 



D. E. SHEKRICK, 

Auditor of State. 



D. J. MENDENHALL, Chief Clerk. 



BUILDING ASSOCIATION DEPARTMENT. 



In pursuance to the requirements of law, there is submitted here- 
with a compilation of the reports of the several building and loan 
associations of the State, together with the report of each associa- 
tion. There is also given a summary of the business of the associa- 
tions of Indianapolis, which comprise about one-fourth of all the 
associations reporting. 

In this compilation are the reports of 379 associations, and they 
show an increase in the volume of business during the year of 
$16,691, with thirteen less associations than in 1902. Loans have 
increased $129,320, while the real estate held has decreased $239,- 
687, and the amount due for taxes and insurance has decreased 
$25,262.29. Dues paid up and prepaid stock and dividends have 
increased $132,270. There has also been a substantial reduction in 
borrowed money. There has been a decrease of almost 9,000 in 
the membership. 

The conditions of the associations as a whole have improved, and 
while there has been no material growth in the business as a whole, 
many of the individual associations have had a successful year. 
There are still a number of associations winding up their business 
through voluntary liquidation or a gradual process of retiring their 
stock, and until this period has passed an intelligent judgment as 
to their future can not be formed. There is no reason, now that 
the weak ones have been almost entirely forced out of business, why 
the properly conducted associations should not continue to grow 
in popularity and be of great value to the home-seeker. 

During the year a number of co-operative home buying schemes 
have begun to do business under the building and loan association 
laws. This office has endeavored to check them so far as its limited 
powers go, believing them to be wholly impracticable and that their 
continuance in business will only mean loss to those who invest in 
them. Successful co-operation of this character can not be carried 
on in a business that scatters itself over the State, and so far as 

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laws will permit, over other States. It is the purpose of the Depart- 
ment to continue its opposition to all such schemes until their prac- 
ticability can be established. The present laws never contemplated 
this class of business and until there are ample safeguards given 
by law to the investor, they can not be operated with success. 

Owing to frequent inquiries, an investigation of one of these 
associations — the Homestead Loan & Investment Association of 
Indianapolis — was made, and the examination revealed such a 
visionary scheme that the Department requested the Attorney-Gen- 
eral to bring proper proceedings to wind up its affairs, and upon 
his application a receiver was appointed and its business is now 
being wound up. 

The following is a list of new associations beginning business 
during the year, of those retiring and those for which receivers 
have been appointed or which have gone into voluntary liquidation. 

There is also appended a list of the associations in liquidation 
or receivers' hands, with the dividends paid to members during the 
year, the total dividends that have been paid and the amount it 
is estimated will be paid when the business is finally closed up. 



RETIRING ASSOCIATIONS. 



The following associations have retired from business during 
the year : 



County. 


Location. 


Name. 


Clark 


Jeffersonville. . . 


Home Building & Loan Association. 
Elnora Saving & Loan Association. 


Daviess 


Elkhart 


Elkhart 


Elkhart Co Loan & Savings Association. 






Laurel Buildirg, Loan & Savings Association. 
Ft. Branch Building & Loan Association. 








Medora 


Medora Building & Loan Association. 




Rensselaer 


Rensselaer BuildiDg, Loan & Savings Ass'n. 


Marion 


Indianapolis . . . 


Downey St. Saving & Loan Association No. 3. 




Indianapolis . . 


Eastern Saving & Loan Association. 




Indianapolis . . . 


East Washington St. Building & Loan Ass'n. 




Indianapolis . . . 


Merrill Saving & Loan Association. 




Indianapolis . . . 


Monument Loan & Savings Association. 




Indianapolis . . . 


New Mass. Ave Saving & Loan Ass'n No. 2. 


Marion 


Indianapolis . . . 


Pearl St. Saving & Loan Association. 




Indianapolis . . . 


Sun Saving & Investment Co. 




Indianapolis . . . 


Union Mutual Building & Loan Association. 




Rushville 


Mutual Building & Loan Association. 
Peoples' Loan & Deposit Association. 




South Bend 


Warrick 


Boonville 


Boonville BuildiDg, Loan & Saving Association. 



NEW ASSOCIATIONS. 



The following associations have begun business during the 
year: 



County. 


Location. 


Name. 


Allen 


Ft. Wayne 

Colfax 


Summit City Agency Co. 

Colfax Building & Loan Association. 

American Building & Loan Association. 






Frankfort 


Fayette 


Connersville . . . 


Home Loan Association. 


Floyd 


New Albany . . . 


Civic Saving Association. 


Floyd 


New Albany . . . 


Hoosier Association. 


Gibson 


Princeton 


Local Building, Loan & Saving Association. 


Huntington. . . 


Huntington .... 


Industrial Loan & Investment Co. 


Johnson 




Edinburg Building & Loan Association. 


Marion 


Indianapolis . . . 


Citizens' Saving & Loan Association No. 4 


Marion 


Indianapolis . . . 


East Michigan St. Building & Loan Association. 


Marion. . 


Indianapolis . . . 


Independent Turners Loan & Sav'g Ass'n No. 4. 


Marion . ... 


Indianapolis . . . 


Investors Loan & Saving Association. 


St. Joseph. . . . 


South Bend . . 


LaSalle Building & Loan Association. 


Sullivan 


Hymera 


Union Building Association. 


Vermillion . . . 


Dana 


Dana Saving & Loan Association. 

Central Union Building & Loan Association. 

Industrial Loan Association. 

Merchants' Loan & Saving Association. 


Vigo 




Vigo 






Terre Haute. . . 





The following associations have gone into voluntary liquida- 
tion during the year: 



COUJSTY. 


Location. 


Name. 


Boone 

Marion 


(irreenshurg .... 
Kokomo. .... 
Indianap' lis . . . 


Mutual Fui'ding, Loan Fund & Saving Ass'n. 
Mutual Building & Loan Association. 
Kokomo Loan & Saving Associat on. 
Government Building & Loan Association. 



Receivers have been appointed for the following associations 
during the year : 



County. 


Location. 


Name. 


Floyd 

Flovd 


New Albany. . 
New vlbany . . . 
Indiai apolis . . 


Home Loan Association. 

Workingmen's Building & Loan Association. 

Homestead Loan & Inve.^tment Association. 



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A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 



Showing the Assets and Liabilities, Receipts and Disbursements,, 
Number of Shares Issued, Witlidraiun and Loaned Upon, and 
the Membership of the Building and Loan Associations of Indi- 
ana for the Years Ending June 30, 19Q2, and June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



1902. 



1903. 



Cash on hand June 30 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 

Loans on stock, pass book and other security repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Forfeitures 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Overdraft 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



61,356,755 79 

8,016,853 80 

1,9+7.962 54 

1,311.275 51 

6,394,167 07 

1,241,291 13 

1,729,455 78 

158,291 24 

19,201 15 

5,801 38 

18,508 C3 

3,121 06 

751.433 47 

484,383 19 

41,839 26 

8,396 66 

576,496 80 



824,065,233 86 



81,226,309 81 

8,315,645 23 

1,703,536 35 

1.982,766 92 

6,153,797 70 

1,155,251 03 

1,646,576 86 

150,699 71 

15,016 64 

893 77 

19,464 20 

3,033 28 

1,203,637 62 

342,996 46 

34,598 04 

13,603 37 

677,724 10 



$24,645,551 09 



Disbursements. 



1902. 



1903. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book security 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid stock and dividends 

Withdrawals deposits and dividends 

Matured stock : 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid stock and deposits 

Expenses 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for borrowers 

Real estate 

Miscellaneous 

Cash on hand June 30 

Total 



S7.720.939 51 

1,379,258 93 

423.391 43 

6,017,907 16 

2,054,943 38 

1,235.824 85 

1,543,915 27 

418,018 03 

336,802 18 

787,616 40 

98,094 10 

46,195 65 

218,264 00 

474,741 92 

1,309,321 05 



S7.754.342 55 
""1,470 30 
,088 01 
,434 84 



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6,459, 

1,775: 

1,442 

1,270. 

623 

307, 

1,324 

68, 

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156, 

674i 

1,505. 



102 11 

127 45 
,330 48 
234 98 
265 94 
775 56 
455 37 
743 07 
957 17 
234 38 



824,065,233 86 



824,645,551 09 



Assets. 



1902. 



1903. 



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 certificates and judgments. 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



$1,309,321 05 

24,548,240 42 

1,612,346 17 

748,805 15 

33,998 93 

1,239.465 53 

41,934 14 

69,652 14 

414,643 63 



$1,528,218 81 

24,743,974 68 

1,545,932 51 

489,893 74 

24,207 31 

999,778 19 

43,494 42 

44.389 85 

615.208 86 



$30,018,407 16 



830,035,098 37 



10 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running stock . . . 
Paid-up and prepaid stock and dividend; 

Deposits and dividends 

Matured stock 

Fund for contingent losses 

Undivided profits 

Borrowed money 

Due on loans 

Miscellaneous ., 

Total 



1902. 



$20,869,477 8fi 
4,925,676 44 
1,565,596 98 
194,727 24 
338,054 06 
924,016 05 
963,400 97 
53,644 69 
183,812 87 



$30,018,407 16 



1903. 



$20,950,898 93 
4,739,872 49 
1,802,250 21 
33,907 16 
337,253 86 
926,148 03 
807,994 90 
43,695 76 
393,077 03 



$30,035,098 37 



Statistical. 



1902. 



1903. 



Number of shares running stock in force beginning of year. . 

Issued during year 

Matured during year 

Withdrawn during year 

Present total number of shares running stock 

Number shares paid-up and prepaid stock in force beginning 

of year 

Issued during year 

Canceled during year 

Present total number shares paid-up and prepaid stock 

Present total number shares in force at this date 

Number of shares loaned on beginning of year 

Loaned upon during year 

Matured during year 

Repaid during year 

Present number of shares on which loans have been made . .. 



580,581 
161,487 
15,886 
126,527 
599,655 

83,990 

22,789 

20,065 

86,714 

686,369 

233,057 

78,570 

7,829 

61,377 

242,421 



569,704 
161,221 
15.766 
128,377 
586,782 

90,175 

21,228 

20,363 

91,040 

677,822 

228,490 

68,674 

7,857 

57,733 

229,474 



Membership. 



1902. 



1903. 



Investing members . 
Borrowing members 



Total 



65,978 
40,177 



60,405 
36,808 



106,155 



97,213 



Authorized capital stock 

Amount capital stock subscribed and in force. 



$291 ,887,500 00 
69,029,117 00 



$195,448,000 00 
66,730,000 00 



11 



A COMPAEATIVE STATEMENT 



Showing the Assets and Liabilities, Receipts and Disbursements, 
Number of Shares Issued, Withdrawn and Loaned Upon, and 
the Membership of the Building and Loan Associations of Indi- 
anapolis for the Years Ending June SO, 1902, and June 30, 
1903. 



Receipts. 



1902. 



1903. 



Cash on hand June 30 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid ; 

Loans on stock or pass book security repaid, and security 

repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

F 



Forfeitures 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes . 

Overdraft 

Miscellaneous 



$354,799 77 

1,212,026 43 

290,886 70 

73,872 02 

1,553,381 67 

202,105 62 

336,206 75 

40,429 94 

3,561 94 

l,26o 07 

2,524 87 



285,850 00 

293,163 57 

11,737 59 

133 59 

196,320 90 



Total 



$4,858,267 43 



$302,889 14 

1,212,841 81 

258,950 00 

55,579 60 

1,155.859 60 

196,390 89 

302,191 45 

36,518 46 

2,208 88 

44 56 

3,757 24 

307 62 

617,437 86 

183,560 57 

8,465 84 

1,387 34 

59,922 94 



$4,398,313 80 



Disbursements. 



1902. 



1903. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book security 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and dividends 

Withdrawals paid-up and prepaid stock and dividends. 

Withdrawals deposits and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid stock and deposits 

Expenses 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for borrowers 

Real estate 

Miscellaneous 

Cash on hand June 30 



$1,291,235 63 

247,945 92 

36,939 50 

1,071,123 52 

539,455 97 

72,713 85 

362,7d6 14 

158.467 33 

120,420 15 

268,518 34 

17,i '93 47 

11,860 18 

90,821 66 

228,4^6 46 

340,539 31 



Total 



$4,858,267 43 



81,081,^72 94 

187,909 40 

75,580 84 
935,315 83 
423,746 85 

50,377 32 
274,626 64 

86,128 79 

101,244 29 

660,775 44 

9,915 70 

6,n97 29 

44,433 62 
139,679 84 
320,509 01 



$4,398,313 80 



Assets - 



1903. 



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_ certificates and judgments. 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Miscellaneous ": 

Total 



$340,539 31 

4,391.248 62 

370,162 81 

150,8o6 84 

6.118 95 

638,362 29 

29.476 65 

23,338 14 

159,319 91 



3,109,373 42 



$323,068 01 

4,221.093 74 

284,938 29 

158,859 70 

5,194 16 

538,109 94 

12,678 33 

20,394 09 

110,207 33 



$ .,674,543 59 



12 



Liabilities. 



1902. 



1903. 



Dues and dividends on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock and dividends 

Deposits and dividends 

Matured stock 

Fund for contingent losses 

Undivided profits 

Borrowed money 

Due on loans 

Miscellaneous 



Total 



$4,264,956 26 
1,193,814 29 
140,589 60 
8,350 00 
134,676 77 
172,901 54 
138,125 90 



55,959 06 



3,109,373 42 



$3,887,851 79 

1,097,383 99 

236,874 19 

4,528 00 

137,903 09 

162,708 17 

77,861 56 

40 00 

69,392 80 



.,674,543 59 



Statistical. 



1902. 



1903. 



Number of shares running stock in force beginning year. 

Issued during the year 

Matured during the year 

Withdrawn during the year 

Present total number shares of running stock 

Number of shares paid-up and prepaid stock in force be- 
ginning: of year 

Issued during year 

Canceled during year 

Present total number shares paid-up and prepaid stock . 

Present, total number of shares in'force at this date 

Number of shares loaned on at beginning of year 

Loaned upon during the year 

Matured during the year 

Repaid during the year 

Present total number of shares on which loans have been 
made 



137,675 


128,389 


41,048 


31,327 


2,581 


2,621 


42,421 


33,347 


133,721 


123,748 


17,343 


17,106 


2,869 


3,178 


3,788 


3,417 


16,424 


16,867 


150,145 


140,610 


55,462 


52,766 


21,313 


15,626 


1,183 


888 


22,023 


17,625 



53,569 



47,879 



Membership. 



1902. 



1903. 



Investing members 

Borrowing members 

Total 

Authorized capital stock 

Amount of capital stock subscribed and in force 



19,047 
6,408 



25,455 



13,985 
6,089 



20,074 



$52,140,000 00 
15,003,600 00 



$45,831,000 00 
13,535,525 00 



13 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



THE DECATUR LOAN ASSOCIATION OF DECATUR. 

E. FRITZINGER, President. D. G. M. TROUT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $383 92 

Dues on running stock 3,836 49 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,200 00 

Interest 157 00 

Premium 150 94 

Fines . . .". 12 20 

Miscellaneous 3,077 10 

Total $10,817 65 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $700 00 

Withdr'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 9,966 79 

Expenses— other purposes 70 35 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 80 51 



Total $10,817 65 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $80 51 

Loans on mortgage security 9,650 00 

Real estate 500 00 

Miscellaneous 70 00 

Total $10,300 51 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $5,964 93 

Undivided profit 1,258 48 

Miscellaneous 3,077 10 

Total $10,300 51 



Shares of stock in force, 235; shares loaned on, 96; membership, 37. 



THE GERMAN BUILDING LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF DECATUR. 

JAMES T. MERRYMAN, President. F. M. SCHIRMEYER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $25,091 41 

Dues on running stock 18,050 35 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 25,040 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 100 00 

Interest 3,753 26 

Premium 2,501 27 

Fines 65 03 

Real estate 975 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 348 88 

Miscellaneous 452 35 

Total $76,377 55 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $16,691 04 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 300 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 13,362 66 

Matured stock 14,600 00 

Expenses— other purposes 974 71 

Interest on borrowed money 4,367 36 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 91 84 

Real estate 1,041 43 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 24,948 51 

Total $76,377 55 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $24,948 51 

Loans on mortgage security 63,660 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 1,100 00 

Furniture and fixtures 60 00 

Real estate 5,350 27 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 405 42 

Due for insurance and taxes 65 93 

Miscellaneous 3,169 80 

Total $98,759 93 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $78,562 90 

Undivided profits 19,634 85 

Due on loans 180 35 

Miscellaneous 381 83 



Total $98,759 93 



Shares of stock in force, 1,583; shares loaned on, 534; membership, 186. 



1-4 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



THE ALLEN COUNTY LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 
FORT WAYNE. 

GOTTLIEB HALLER, President. E. W. COOK, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $4,159 26 

Dues on running stock 105,870 33 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 336,446 18 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 186,546 78 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 89,224 79 

Interest 45,413 36 

Refunder insurance and taxes 4,822 86 

Rent 1,059 82 

Sundry account 4,269 66 

Total $777,813 04 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $210,702 49 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 71,139 23 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 86,647 39 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 348,635 88 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 9,143 00 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 31,647 03 

Expenses— salaries 3,712 50 

Expenses— other purposes 2,893 16 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 4,327 21 
Cash on hand June 30, 1903 8,965 15 

Total $777,813 04 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903... $8,965 15 

Loans on mortgage security 661,723 03 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 52,535*04 

Real estate— office building 20,000 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 3,402 68 

Miscellaneous account 6,502 50 

Interest unpaid 11,037 69 

Total $764,166 09 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $200, 492 71 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 514,930 41 

Deposits and dividends 26,000 77 

Fund for contingent losses 2,500 00 

Undivided profits 488 73 

Due on loans 11,480 78 

Total $764,166 09 



Shares of stock in force, 22,466; shares loaned on, 6,611; membership, 1,679. 



15 



ALLEN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FORT W1AYNE BUILDING LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS 
ASSOCIATION OF FORT WAYNE. 
. L. MOELLERING, President. P. J.. McDONALD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,052 93 

Dues on running stock 17,245 54 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 54,989 47 

Interest 10,695 13 

Fines Ill 41 

Membership fees 3 10 

Mgrs. and notes sold to Trust Co.. 91,891 74 

Borrowed money 94,072 30 

Taxes 9 93 

Fort Wayne Trust Co 18,000 00 

Miscellaneous 5 54 



Total $288,077 09 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security $92,502 12 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 81,316 43 

Matured stock 600 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 50 00 

Expenses— salaries 1,163 00 

Expenses— other purposes 179 36 

Borrowed money repaid 90,472 30 

Interest on borrowed money 811 78 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 6 40 

Bonds and accrued interest 2,027 78 

Interest on advanced dues 50 27 

Interest refunded 53 32 

Dues refunded 460 00 

Legal expense 176 97 

Ft. Wayne Trust Co 18,000 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 207 36 

Total $288,077 09 



Assets. 


Liabilities. 


Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Due for insurance and taxes 


$207 36 

54,175 17 

15,100 00 

100 29 

1,335 48 


Dues and div'ds on running 
Borrowed money 


stock $66,572 05 

3,600 00 

742 25 

4 00 




Total 






$70,918 30 


$70,918 30 



Shares of stock in force, 681; shares loaned on, 289; membership, 148. 



THE GERMAN GE'RMANIA BUILDING LOAN AND SAVINGS 

ASSOCIATION OF FORT WAYNE. 

HENRY W. BUCK, President. CHAS. H. BUCK, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $99 01 

Dues on running stock 4,830 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 190 00 

Interest « 1,632 00 

Fines 8 57 

Total $6,759 58 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security $6,270 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 271 78 

Expenses— salaries 144 00 

Expenses— other purposes 13 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 60 30 

Total $6,759 58 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $60 30 

Loans on mortgage security 20,100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 9,500 00 

Due for dues, etc 25 00 

Total $29,685 30 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $25,839 00 
Uudivided profits 3,846 30 



Total $29,685 30 



Shares of stock in force, 261; shares loaned on, 148; membership, 59. 



16 



ALLEN COOTTY— Continued. 

THE TEUTONIA BUILDING LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF FORT WAYNE. 

HENRY A. WIEBKE, President. CARL J. WEBER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 ;.. $905 39 

Dues on running stock 20,197 96 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 24,250 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 5,200 00 

Interest and premium 7,204 24 

Fines 117 37 

Safe sold 120 00 

Membership fees 19 25 

Rents U6 00 

Borrowed money 11,000 00 

Real estate 1,000 00 

Refunder— excess pay 108 12 

Ref under on Gaertuer stock 444 99 

Payments on real estate contracts 125 85 
Collections for June 1902, not pre- 
viously reported 790 07 

Total $71,599 24 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $18,450 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 650 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 16,713 29 

Expenses — salaries 907 50 

Expenses— other purposes 897 16 

Borrowed money repaid 30,313 67 

Interest on borrowed money 2,024 62 

Real estate 388 83 

Loans dropped as worthless 1,222 77 

Refunders of protest payments — 11 40 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 20 00 



Total $71,599 24 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $20 00 

Loans on mortgage security 67.400 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,550 00 

Real estate unsold 388 83 

Real estate sold on contracts 2,400 00 

Total $77,758 83 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $60,670 98 

Refunders paid under protest 96 72 

Undivided profits 63 68 

Borrowed money 16.S00 00 

Real estate contracts 127 45 

Total..... $77,758 83 



Shares of stock in force, 1,942; shares loaned on, 618; membership, 233. 



17 



ALLEN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE TRI-STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

FORT WAYNE. 

G. W. PIXLBY, President. CHAS. A. WILDING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $60,658 30 

Dues on running stock 1,308,185 08 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 322,269 96 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 587,689 85 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 307,902 67 

Loans on other security repaid.. 10,213 20 

Interest 220,808 93 

Rent 773 23 

Borrowed money 18,000 00 

Savings banks 2 00 

From trust companies 50,000 00 



Total $2,886,503 22 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $773,219 90 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 292,915 07 

Withd'Is of run'g st'k and div'ds 1,163,843 04 
Withdrawals, paid-up and pre- 
paid stock and dividends 275,297 42 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds 86,958 86 

Matured stock 76,250 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 51,375 03 

Expenses— salaries 8,965 32 

Expenses — other purposes 2,496 59 

Borrowed money repaid 24,400 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 10,672 53 

Real estate 427 15 

Savings banks 161 00 

Dept. Trust Co 50,000 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 69,521 31 

Total $2,886,503 22 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $69,521 31 

Loans on mortgage security 2,983,414 63 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 531,653 85 

Leans on other security 15.896 63 

Real estate 25,516 74 

Savings banks 508 00 

Total $3,626,511 16 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock$2,567,921 50 
P'd-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 808,054 38 

Deposits and dividends 49,622 64 

Undivided profits to mature st'k 190,912 64 
Borrowed money 10,000 00 

Total $3,626,511 16 



Shares of stock in force, 55,860; shares loaned on, 29,834; membership, 7,180. 



THE WAYNE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

FORT WAYNE. 

DANIEL KLOTZ, President. J. F. BICKEL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,150 03 

Dues on running stock 21,810 46 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,010 81 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 416 04 

Interest 6,059 71 

Borrowed money 16,334 06 

Ref under insurance and taxes 328 29 

Total $58,109 40 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $19,321 98 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 104 20 

Loans on other security 158 00 

Withdrawals of running stock.... 20,279 52 

Withdrawals, dividends 1,613 99 

Expenses — salaries 1,560 00 

Expenses — other purposes 364 02 

Borrowed money repaid 10,400 00 

Interest on borrowed money 2,484 81 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,822 88 

Total $58,109 40 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 '. . $1,822 88 

Loan on mortgage security 87,626 74 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 732 00 

Furniture and fixtures 53 60 

Bills receivable 158 00 

Total $90,393 22 



Liabilities. 



Dues on running stock $41,368 19 

Dividends on stock 1,959 74 

Undivided profits 1,490 29 

Borrowed money 45,575 00 

Total $90,393 22 



Shares of stock in force, 2,303; shares loaned on, 846; membership, 173. 
2-B. & L. 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF COLUMBUS'. 

JNO. Q. DAVIDSON, President. DAVID STOBO, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $8,438 22 

Dues on running stock 50,472 57 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 44,396 05 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 6,420 80 

Interest 10,506 34 

Premium 106 56 

Pines 6 00 

Membership fees 276 00 

Refunder of taxes 8 27 

Rents from real estate 66 00 

Transfer fees 9 00 

Judgment 25 60 

Total $120,731 41 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $20,797 20 

Loans on mortgage security 147,624 62 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 4,052 35 

Furniture and fixtures 177 50 

Real estate 1,182 57 

Tax certificates 20 26 

City orders 9,512 50 

Total $183,367 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $42,832 45 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5,225 00 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 50,478 42 

Expenses— salaries 1,284 60 

Expenses— other purposes '. 224 97 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 20,797 20 



Total .* $120,731 41 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on -running 
Undivided profits 



stock$182,994 51 
372 49 



Total $183,367 00 



Shares of stock in force, 2,343; shares loaned on, 718; membership, 623. 



THE ENTERPRISE BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

COLUMBUS'. 

SAMUEL WERTZ, President. W. C. DUNCAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30; 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,575 91 

Dues on running stock 4,931 17 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 565 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 10,810 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 3,407 43 

Interest 1,988 65 

Membership fees 42 50 

Real estate taken to pay loan 213 65 

Refunder insurance and taxes 163 11 

Refunder cost and atty's fees 140 00 

Refunder expense repairs 35 85 

Rents received 72 50 

Transfer fees 50 

Total $23,946 27 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,743 61 

Loans on mortgage security 29,986 06 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,791 40 

Furniture and fixtures 125 00 

Reserve fund 1,005 86 

Total, $35,651 93 

Shares of stpcjk In force, 5887" 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $4,300 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 

curitv 1,017 83 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 5,273 25 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 86154 

Matured stock 9,000 00 

Dividends on paid-up stock ,... 99 00 

Expenses — salaries 470 00 

Expenses — other purposes 119 20 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 32 77 

Repairs property 20 14 

Cash paid 8 93 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,743 61 

Total $23,946 27 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $26,027 61 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 6,893 46 

Matured stock 1,600 00 

Fund for contingent losses 1,005 86 

Undivided profit 125 00 

Total $35,651 93 



19 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOPE BUILDING, SAVINGS [AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HOPE. 

W. H. AIKIN, President. D. O. MILLER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $872 15 

Dues on running stock 16,472 44 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,006 00 

Interest 3,204 88 

Fines 163 07 

Loan fees 203 50 

Total $32,922 04 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,535 00 

Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 4,321 28 

Matured stock 18,724 43 

Expenses— salaries 181 34 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 159 99 

Total $32,922 04 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $159 99 

Loans on mortgage security 35,521 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 614 00 

Total $36,294 99 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. 
Undivided profit 



3,221 87 
73 12 



Total $36,294 99 



Shares of stock in force, 1,090; shares loaned on, 19S; membership, 268. 



BENTON COUNTY. 



THE OXFORD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OXFORD. 

WILLIAM LAWSON, President. W. M. HARMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $847 49 

Dues on running stock 2,840 40 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,550 00 

Interest 715 25 

Premium 715 25 

Fines 33 02 

Membership fees 38 00 

Borrowed money 7,505 58 

Ref under insurance and taxes 13 00 

Miscellaneous earnings 1 40 

Total $15,259 39 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,850 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 441 90 

Matured stock 7,508 68 

Expenses— salaries 36 (TO 

Expenses— other purposes 15 00 

Borrowed money repaid 4,003 72 

Interest on borrowed money 89 65 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 314 44 

Total $15,259 39 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $314 44 

Loans on mortgage security 14,250 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 8 15 

Total $14,572 59 



Liabilities. 



Dues and divi's on running stock. $10,824 29 

Undivided profits 246 44 

Borrowed money 3,501 86 

Total $14,572 59 



Shares of stock in force, 416; shares loaned on, 142; membership, 



20 
BLACKFORD COUNTY. 



THE BLACKFORD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 
HARTFORD CITY. 

T. P. VAN WINKLE, President. AARON M. WALTZ, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on .hand June 30, 1902 $453 13 

Dues on running stock 1,616 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1,000 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 153 72 

Interest 1,737 65 

Fines 15 95 

Membership fees 50 

Real estate 900 00 

Miscellaneous 120 00 

414 67 

Total $6,411 62 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $605 73 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 3,700 00 

Matured stock 1,000 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 325 67 

Expenses 246 89 

Real estate 115 00 

Miscellaneous 34 03 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 384 30 

Total $6,411 62 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $384 30 

Loans on mortgage security 19,200 00 

Loans on other security 50 43 

Furniture and fixtures 120 40 

Real estate 431 43 

Miscellaneous 231 01 

Total $20,417 57 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $14,621 54 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 2,900 00 

Fund for contingent losses 773 21 

Undivided profit 1,693 74 

Miscellaneous 9 20 

Unearned premiums 419 88 

Total $20,417 57 



Shares of stock in force, 129; shares loaned on, 95; membership, 



BOONE COUNTY. 



THE HOME BUILDING LOAN FUND AND SAVING ASSOCIATION 

OF JAMESTOWN. 

F. N. AUSTIN, President. G. W. PIERSOL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $52 67 

Dues on running stock 1,766 19 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,665 20 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 50 00 

Interest 630 67 

Membership fees 150 

Total $55,166 23 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $500 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,889 40 

Expenses — salaries > 73 50 

Expenses— other purposes 16 25 

Borrowed money repaid 1,605 00 

Interest on borrowed money 61 01 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 21 07 

Total $55,166 23 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $21 07 

Loans on mortgage security 6,08139 

B. E. Smith, interest 3 00 

Total $6,105 46 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $5,364 05 

Undivided profit 76 41 

Borrowed money , 665 00 

Total $6,105 46 



Shares of stock in force, 201; shares loaned on, 72; membership, 33. 



21 



BOONE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF LEBANON. 

D. S. WHITAKER, President. W. H. ASHLEY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $4,823 50 

Dues on running stock 4,314 28 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,035 69 

Interest 2,767 60 

Premium 600 00 

Fines 104 00 

Ref under insurance and taxes 17 60 

Total $15,662 67 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,921 88 

Matured stock 8,000 82 

Expenses— salaries 175 50 

Expenses— other purposes 49 10 

Outstanding orders 263 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,252 37 

Total $15,662 67 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,252 37 

Loans on mortgage security 6,937 83 

Total $8,190 20 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on ruuning stock. $4,519 45 

Undivided profit 1,187 83 

Due on loans 2,482 92 

Total $8,190 20 



Shares of stock in force, 158; shares loaned on, 101; membership, 31. 



THE MUTUAL BUILDING LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF LEBANON. 

(In Liquidation.) 

DAVID W. FOSTER, President. C. F. S. NEAL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $333 23 

Dues on running stock 1,948 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1,760 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 13,650 00 

Interest 1,097 95 

Fines 26 15 

Loan fees 2 00 

Real estate 2,541 86 

Total $21,359 19 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $750 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 6,821 75 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 11,970 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits '. 1,67133 

Expenses— salaries 39 00 

Expenses— other purposes 99 45 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 7 66 

Total $21,359 19 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $7 66 

Loans on mortgage security 1,500 00 

Total $1,507 66 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $9 30 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 320 46 

Undivided profits 252 20 

Miscellaneous 5 00 

Total $1,507 66 



Shares of stock in force, 12; shares loaned on, 10; membership, 2. 



22 



BOONE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF THORNTOWN. 

T. E. BRADSHAW, President, G. H. HAMILTON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $426 21 

Dues on running stock 2,404 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,034 75 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 50 00 

Loans on other security repaid 2 55 

Interest 386 87 

Premium 252 30 

Fines 150 

Total $6,558 93 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $150 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 125 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 4,338 77 

Expenses— salaries 240 00 

Expenses — other purposes 9 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,696 16 

Total $6,558 93 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,696 16 

Loan on mortgage security 5,550 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 75 00 

Total $7,321 16 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $5,888 42 
Undivided profit 1,432 74 



Total. 



7,321 16 



Shares of stock in force, 125; shares loaned on, 37; membership, 42. 



THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP THORNTOWN. 

C. C. NORRIS, President. GEO. LYSTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $126 64 

Dues on running stock 3,207 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,875 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 420 00 

Loans on other security repaid 450 97 

Interest 573 00 

Premium 382 00 

Fines 38 50 

Transfer 75 

Refunder insurance and taxes 16 75 

Miscellaneous 120 89 

5 21 

Total $7,216 71 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $975 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,591 00 

Loans on other security 250 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,586 00 

Expenses — other expenses 560 88 

Miscellaneous 206 80 

37 19 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,009 84 



Total $7,216 71 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,009 84 

Loans on mortgage security 8,250 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,402 00 

Loans on other security 766 03 

Furniture and fixtures 5 21 

Miscellaneous 3,152 19 

Total $16,585 27 



Liabilities. 



Dues on running stock $14,324 50 

Undivided profit 2,250 35 

Miscellaneous 10 42 

Total $16,585 27 



Shares of stock in force, 238; shares loaned on, 66; membership, 56. 



23 



BOONE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE THORNTOWN BUILDING LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS 

ASSOCIATION OP THORNTOWN. 

CHAS. C. NORMS, President. GEO. LYSTER, Secretary- 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $129 60 

Dues on running stock 6,492 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 150 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 439 00 

Interest 464 25 

Premium 309 50 

Pines 4 60 

Borrowed money 4,925 00 

Miscellaneous 40 73 

Total $12,955 43 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 786 50 

Loans on other security 20 00 

"Witkd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 113 75 

Expenses— salaries 490 84 

Borrowed money repaid 2,325 00 

Interest on borrowed money 51 05 

Miscellaneous 30 49 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 137 80 

Total $12,955 43 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $137 80 

Loans on mortgage security 12,150 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 347 50 

Loans on other security 20 00 

Miscellaneous 26 40 

Total $12,681 70 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $7,553 00 

Undivided profit 178 70 

Borrowed money 4,950 00 

Total $12,681 70 



Shares of stock in force, 493; shares loaned on, 81; membership, 118. 



THE ZIONSVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

ZIONSVILLE. 
JOHN M. MILLS, President. CYRUS N. BEAMER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $2,202 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,623 88 

Interest 592 30 

Premium 472 00 

Fines 11 20 

Refunder insurance and taxes 4 00 

Miscellaneous 110 50 

Total $5,015 88 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,800 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 782 89 

Matured stock 1,692 29 

Expenses — salaries 204 10 

Miscellaneous 235 67 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 300 93 

Total $5,015 88 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $300 93 

Loans on mortgage security 5,972 60 

Furniture and fixtures 60 00 

Miscellaneous 150 00 

Total $6,483 53 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. 
Undivided profit 



3,478 67 
4 86 



Total $6,483 53 



Shares of stock in force, 218; shares loaned on, 104; membership, 57. 



24 
CASS COUNTY. 



THE BRIDGE CITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

LOGANSPORT. 
JOHN C. NELSON, President. N. A. IRWINE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,590 15 

Dues on running stock 14,846 00 

Loans on inort'ge security repaid. 3,420 00 

Loans on other security repaid — 4,615 00 

Interest 3,123 29 

Pines 3 50 

Borrowed money 11,300 00 

Overdraft 2,087 76 

Total $40,985 70 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $17,783 96 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,865 00 

Loans on other security 6,600 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 6,543 15 

Expenses — salaries 216 00 

Expenses — other purposes 6 50 

Borrowed money repaid 37109 

Total $40,985 70 



Assets. 



Loans on mortgage security $45,169 96 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,580 00 

Loans on other security 15,000 00 

Miscellaneous 90 00 

Total $61,839 96 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $46,872 00 

Undivided profits 4,660 20 

Borrowed money 8,220 00 

Overdraft 2,087 76 

Total $61,839 96 



Shares of stock in force, 1,110; shares loaned on, 364; membership, 115. 



THE CITIZENS' LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP LOGANSPORT. 

JOSHUA C. HADLEY, President. EDITH MATT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $341 89 

Dues on running stock 10,462 20 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 25 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 8,485 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 570 00 

Interest 1,274 13 

Fines 20 30 

Borrowed money 6,100 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 39 22 

Miscellaneous 626 00 

Total $27,951 74 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $14,312 40 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,170 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 4,293 31 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 61150 

Matured stock 3,300 00 

Expenses — salaries 564 26 

Borrowed money repaid 2,900 00 

Interest on borrowed money 1104 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 42 34 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 146 89 

Total $27,951 74 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $146 89 

Loans on mortgage security 23.S17 '40 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,760 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 44 OS 

Miscellaneous 438 76 

Total $26,207 13 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $20,132 92 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 1,425 00 

Fund for contingent losses 16134 

Undivided profit 487 87 

Borrowed money 4,000 00 

Total $26,207 13 



Shares of stock In force, 902; shares loaned on, 313; membership, 127. 



I'D 



CASS COUNTY— Continued. 



THE NATIONAL LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF LOGANSPORT. 

(In Liquidation.) 



ALEX HARDY, President. 



C. G. DODGE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $632 74 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 512 50 

Interest 15 60 

Real estate 4,254 45 

Furniture and fixtures 226 62 

Total $5,641 91 



Disbursements. 



Expenses— salaries $120 00 

Expenses— other purposes 122 63 

Real estate 3,265 17 

Furniture and fixtures 226 62 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,907 49 

Total $5,641 91 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,907 49 

Loans on mortgage security 25,130 22 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 200 00 

Furniture and fixtures 225 00 

Real estate 10,310 58 

Total $37,773 29 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $20,945 66 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 16,722 46 
Undivided profit 105 17 



Total $37,773 29 



Shares of stock in force, 2,674; shares loaned on, 256; membership, 439. 



CLAKK COUNTY. 



THE FALL CITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

JEFFERSONVILLE. 

THOMAS W. PERRY, President. JAMES N. BEARD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,142 20 

Dues on running stock 5,656 90 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 6,080 80 

Interest 1,984 30 

Ref under insurance 306 42 

Taxes 360 24 



Total : $15,530 86 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,200 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 5,128 OS 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends „ 1,100 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 50 20 

Expenses— salaries 547 00 

Expenses — other purposes 278 10 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 342 50 

Taxes 421 25 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 463 73 

Total $15,530 86 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $463 73 

Loans on mortgage security 35,525 00 

Furniture and fixtures 400 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 235 48 

Total $36,624 21 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $12,092 49 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 22,525 00 

Deposits and dividends 463 73 

Matured stock 55 00 

Fund for contingent losses 3 00 

Undivided profit 1,484 99 

Total $36,624 21 



Shares of stock in force, 2,430; shares loaned on, 588; membership, 235. 



26 



CLARK COUNTY— Continued. 



THE GERMAN SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

JEFFERSONVILLE. 

CONKAD EBERTS, President. GEORGE PFAU, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,433 60 

Dues on running stock 21,887 59 

Loans on raort'ge security repaid. 18,005 07 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 500 70 

Interest 10,576 06 

Premium 25 62 

Borrowed money 5,250 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 662 55 

Rents collected 573 59 

Total $59,914 78 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,327 80 

Loans on mortgage security 138,588 84 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,768 23 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 

Real estate 8,738 98 

Due for insurance and taxes 16 38 

Interest delinquent 2,354 77 

Total $157,895 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $23,419 07 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,050 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 19,055 64 

Expenses — salaries 1,872 75 

Expenses— other purposes 307 30 

Borrowed money repaid 2,500 00 

Interest on borrowed money 30 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 675 42 

Real estate 470 94 

Rent, taxes and insurance paid 282 86 

Interest 6 per cent, certificates 

indebtedness 4,923 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 5,327 80 

Total $59,914 78 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $62,643 92 

Fund for contingent losses 2,849 00 

Undivided profit 4,100 52 

Borrowed money 3,250 00 

Rent 540 56 

Certificates indebtedness 82,000 00 

Interest 6 per cent, certificates of 

indebtedness 2,511 00 

Total $157,895 00 



Shares of stock in force, 2,661; shares loaned on, 1,414; membership, 444. 



THE MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION No. 4 OF 

JEFFERSONVILLE. 

ALLEN A. SWARTZ, President. HERMAN PREEFER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,566 34 

Dues on running stock 14,936 54 

Deposits 1,000 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 7,527 68 

Interest 4,400 00 

Loan fees 158 50 

Real estate rents 33135 



Total $31,920 41 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,252 76 

Loans on mortgage security 54,694 94 

Furniture and fixtures 150 00 

Real estate 8,944 88 

Due for insurance and taxes 936 87 

Interest due 1,296 48 

Total $69,275 93 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,550 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 14,059 99 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 1,373 50 

Expenses — salaries 642 00 

Expenses— other purposes 18 75 

Borrowed money repaid 3,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 331 54 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 145 25 

Real estate 388 12 

Loan fees 158 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,252 76 

Total $31,920 41 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $28,778 80 

Deposits and dividends 26,672 25 

Undivided profit 4,063 29 

Borrowed money 5,500 00 

Due on loans 4,261 59 

Total $69,275 93 



Shares of stock in force, 2,013; shares loaned on, 592; membership, 340. 



27 



CLAEK COUNTY— Continued. 



THE UNION SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF JEFFBRSONVILLE. 

THOS. W. PERRY, President. THOS. B. RADBR, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $801 79 

Dues on running stock 4,247 58 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 5,225 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 13,652 40 

Interest 4,420 53 

Refunder insurance and taxes 74 15 

Miscellaneous 79 50 



Total $28,500 95 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,408 03 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 9,250 24 

Matured stock 6,330 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 909 35 

Expenses — salaries 275 00 

Expenses— other purposes 1,229 48 

Borrowed money repaid 500 00 

Interest on borrowed money 997 50 

Miscellaneous 1,897 84 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,703 51 

Total $28,500 95 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,703 51 

Loans on mortgage security 40,855 18 

Real estate 8,431 35 

Due for insurance and taxes 5 56 



Total $50,995 60 



Liabilities. 



Paid up and prep'd st'k and div'ds $25,435 00 

Deposits and dividends 8,244 61 

Fund for contingent losses 980 43 

Undivided profit HI 06 

Borrowed money 11,300 00 

Bonds 4,850 00 

Rents 71 00 

Miscellaneous 3 50 

Total $50,995 60 



Shares of stock in force, 326; membership, 103. 



THE SELLERSBURG BUILDING AND LOAN FUND ASSOCIATION 

OF SELLERSBURG. 

G. C. M. GRASTON, President. A. C. CRIM, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $59 01 

Dues on running stock 1,241 10 

Interest 250 50 

Borrowed money 260 00 

Total $1,810 61 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $850 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 391 05 

Expenses 102 52 

Interest on borrowed money 19 20 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 447 84 

Total $1,810 61 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $447 84 

Loans on mortgage security 5,650 00 

Total $6,097 84 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $5,587 34 

Undivided profit 250 50 

Borrowed money 260 00 

Total $6,097 84 



Shares of stock in force, 139; shares loaned on, 52; membership, 32. 



23 



CLAY COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL. 

NOAH T. KEASY, President. IGNALIUS JARBOE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $12,861 73 

Dues on running stock 66,676 79 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 31,736 20 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 11,143 50 

Premium 19,756 00 

Membership fees 652 00 

Loan fees 496 00 

Miscellaneous 9,121 52 

Total $152,443 84 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $66,287 68 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 9,172 00 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 9,524 03 

Matured stock 35,656 00 

Expenses— salaries 2,388 06 

Interest on borrowed money 14 68 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 897 02 

Real estate 1,874 04 

Miscellaneous 21,475 20 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 5,155 13 

Total $152,443 84 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,155 13 

Loans on mortgage security 199,849 49 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 16,833 50 

Real estate 8,620 80 

Miscellaneous 27,616 01 

Total $258,074 93 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k. .$250,063 87 
Undivided profit 8,011 06 



Total $258,074 93 



Shares of stock in force, 5,192; shares loaned on, 2,509; membership, 689. 



THE CLAY COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL. 

PETER T. LUTHER, President. W. H. BUBB, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,682 24 

Dues on running stock 10,438 98 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 75 00 

Interest ; premium 2,412 73 

Membership fees 57 75 

Refunder insurance and taxes 76 62 

Miscellaneous 2 75 



Total $15,746 07 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,600 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 105 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 135 12 

Matured stock 1,200 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 548 00 

Expenses— salaries 457 75 

Expenses — other purposes 241 63 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 96 60 

Miscellaneous 57 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 7,304 47 

Total $15,746 07 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $7,304 47 

Loans on mortgage security 29,010 70 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 230 00 

F'urniture and fixtures 79 50 

Due for insurance and taxes 36 33 

Total $36,661 00 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $22,826 23 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 5,700 00 

Dues in advance 347 00 

Fund for contingent losses 205 72 

Undivided profit 736 35 

Dividend account 6,845 70 

Total $36,661 00 



Shares of stock in force, 655; shares loaned on, 301; membership, 111, 



29 



CLAY COUNTY— Continued. 



THE CLAY COUNTY HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL. 

E. L. WENKELPLECK, President. W. E. CARPENTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $22,094 69 

Dues on running stock 24,891 54 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 45,931 68 

Interest 13,522 45 

Premium ■ 19 70 

Membership fees 252 50 

Refunder insurance and taxes 588 76 

Miscellaneous 27 50 

Total $107,335 57 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $42,086 41 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 43,356 38 
Withdrawals, paid up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 6,490 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 1,312 90 

Expenses — salaries 2,391 41 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 1,383 75 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 10,314 72 

Total. $107,335 57 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $10,314 72 

Loans on mortgage security 142,592 48 

Due for insurance and taxes 1,651 41 

Total $154,558 61 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k.. $110,503 53 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 33,560 75 

Deposits and dividends 4,849 37 

Fund for contingent losses 5,6_44 96 

Total $154,558 61 



Shares of stock in force, 4,420; shares loaned on, 1,981; membership, 582. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



THE COLFAX BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF COLFAX. 

EVERETT M. DUKES, President. WALTER L. EWING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $3,982 92 

Interest 315 02 

Fines 10 70 

Membership fees 82 00 

Borrowed money •. 8,000 00 

Overdraft 246 82 

Total $12,637 46 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $12,290 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 65 00 

Expenses — salaries 83 00 

Expenses— other purposes 59 75 

Interest on borrowed money 139 71 

Total $12,637 46 



Assets. 



Loans on mortgage security $12,290 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 65 00 



Total $12,355 00 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $3,982 92 

Undivided profit 125 26 

Borrowed money 8,000 00 

Miscellaneous 246 82 

Total $12,355 00 



Shares of stock in force, 328; shares loaned on, 68, 



30 



CLINTON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE ADVANCE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP FRANKFORT. 

M. S. CANFIELD, President. J. B. MEIFELD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $154 10 

Dues on running stock 2,434 50 

Loans' on mort'ge security repaid. 2,135 93 

Interest . . . : 728 00 

Fines 37 40 

Total $5,489 93 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $157 54 

Loans on mortgage security 5,207 76 

Total $5,365 30 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $700 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 4,537 39 

Expenses — salaries 90 00 

Expenses — other purposes 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 157 54 

Total $5,489 93 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $4,817 50 
Undivided profit 547 80 

Total $5,365 30 



Shares of stock in force, 302; shares loaned on. 97; membership, 25. 



THE AETNA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKFORT. 

M. S. CANFIELD, President. J. B. MEIFELD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $504 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 444 12 

Interest .*. . . 368 00 

Fines 7 35 

Total $1,323 97 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $10 69 

Loans on mortgage security 1,044 69 

Total $1,055 38 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. $1,218 28 

Expenses — salaries 90 00 

Expenses — other purposes 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 10 69 

Total $1,323 97 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $1,055 



Total $1,055 38 



Shares of stock in force, 63; shares loaned on, 45; membership, 10. 



31 



CLINTON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKFORT. 

M. S. CANFIELD, President. J. B. MEIFELD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 


Disbursements. 


Loans on mort'ge security i 


epaid. 


$4,956 50 

8S9 67 

226 00 

4 80 




Total 


$6,076 97 


Total $6,076 97 


Assets. 


Liabilities. 


Loans on mortgage security 




$5,168 30 


Dues and div'ds on running stock $4,956 50 
Undivided profit 211 80 


Total 


$5,168 30 


Total $5,16S 30 



Shares of stock in force, 987; shares loaned on, 81; membership, 27. 



THE ANDES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKFORT. 

M. S. CANFIELD, President. J. B. MEIFELD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $6,137 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 639 73 

Interest 1,263 00 

Fines 6 45 



Total $8,046 18 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,734 60 

Expenses — salaries 90 00 

Expenses— other purposes 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 216 58 



Total. 



3,046 18 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $216 58 

Loans on mortgage security 12,355 20 

Total $12,571 78 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $11,235 00 
Undivided profit 1,336 78 



Total. 



2,571 78 



Shares of stock in force, 989; shares loaned on, 240; membership, 37. 



32 



CLINTON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE CLOVER LEAF BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

FRANKFORT. 

W. P. SIDWELL, President. C. G. GUENTHER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,361 14 

Dues on running stock 8,120 70 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 7,400 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 370 50 

Interest 1,298 46 

Premium 852 00 

Pines 33 40 

Membership fees 11 90 

Refunder insurance and taxes 6 00 

Pass books 3 25 

Transfer fees 20 

Total $19,457 55 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 535 50 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 4,167 60 

Expenses — salaries 137 50 

Expenses — other purposes 53 45 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 6 00 

Rebate on premium 514 50 

Dues credited on loans repaid 1,733 20 

Interest and dues credited on loans 

repaid 217 78 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 4,992 02 

Total $19,457 55 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,992 02 

Loans on mortgage security 22,100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 288 55 

Furniture and fixtures 30 00 

Total $27,410 57 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $21,776 40 
Undivided profit 5,634 17 



Total $27,410 57 



Shares of stock in force, 930; shares loaned on, 221; membership, 102. 



THE HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKFORT. 

M. S. CANFIELD, President. J. B. MEIFELD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $847 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 652 69 

Interest 734 00 

Fines 50 25 

Total $2,283 94 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. $1,915 05 

Expenses — salaries 90 00 

Expenses — other purposes 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 273 89 

Total '. $2,283 94 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $273 89 

Loans on mortgage security 396 02 

Total $669 91 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $669 91 
Total 



$669 91 



Shares of stock in force, 59; shares loaned on, 50; membership, 10. 



33 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



THE MONTGOMERY AND FARMERS' BUILDING AND LOAN 

ASSOCIATION OF MONTGOMERY. 

D. LAW WEIMER, President. W. E. BELL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $116 53 

Dues on running stock 4.6S3 75 

Loans on niort'ge security repaid.. 300 00 

Interest 632 15 

Premium 186 00 

Fines and transfer fee 35 15 

Membership fees 38 00 

Real estate, rent of 12 50 

Refunder insurance and taxes 3 38 

Recorder fees 4 00 

Total $6,011 46 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,613 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 800 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,262 25 

Matured stock 900 00 

Expenses— salaries 100 00 

Expenses— other purposes 54 40 

Borrowed money repaid 400 00 

Interest on borrowed money 14 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 6 76 

Real estate, repairs oh , — 31 35 

Int. paid on withd'l of run'g st'k. 82 56 

Disbursements unaccounted for... 35 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 746 79 

Total $6,011 46 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $746 79 

Loans on mortgage security 8,900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 900 00 

Furniture and fixtures 5 00 

Real estate 700 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 3 38 

Delinquent dues 1 75 

Delinquent and fines 4 85 

Total $11,261 77 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $7,697 00 

Matured stock 1,128 31 

Undivided profit 1,606 46 

Dues paid in advance 37S 75 

Interest paid in advance 14 50 

Premium paid in advance 436 75 

Total $11,261 77 



Shares of stock in force, 313; shares loaned on, 101; membership, 91. 



THE INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

WASHINGTON. 

H. T. TRUEBLOOD, President. W. Q. WILLIAMS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receip.ts. 



Cash on hand to meet contingent 

losses $1,670 89 

Dues on runuing stock 136,430 27 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 56,551 05 

Interest 17.738 87 

Premium; fines; forfeitures 2,985 34 

Tax certificates 290 41 

Total $215,666 83 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,748 45 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 103,843 73 

Real estate 1,915 11 

Tax certificates 660 05 

Amount outstanding on bonds sold, 
which are a part of the undi- 
vided profits 771 00 

Total $109,938 34 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $162,309 89 

Withdrawals of running stock 42,590 42 

Expenses— salaries 737 60 

Expenses— other purposes 2,320 44 

Interest on shares withdrawn 3,849 95 

Premiums paid to borrowers on re- 

pavment of loans to association. 159 62 

Tax certificates 950 46 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,748 45 

Total $215,666 83 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $93,839 85 

Fund for contingent losses 1,670 89 

Undivided profit 13,656 50 

Amount outstanding on bonds sold, 
which are a part of the undi- 
vided profits 771 00 

Total $109,938 34 



Shares of stock in force, 2,925; shares loaned on, 1,044; membership, 603. 
3— B. & L. 



34 



DAVIESS COUNTY— Continued. 



THE UNION SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON. 

NATHANIEL H. JEPSON, President. WM. HEFFERNAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $663 57 

Dues on running stock 36.476 07 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,823 90 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 881 00 

Interest 7,722 17 

Premium 826 49 

Fines 67 00 

Membership fees 250 75 

Refunder insurance and taxes 65 59 

Membership fees or transfer 24 25 

Total $59,800 79 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $41,175 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,975 00 

Withdrawals of running stock 8,253 09 

Matured stock 6,187 00 

Expenses — salaries 423 OS 

Expenses — other purposes 90 35 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 87 95 

Advance interest paid on dues 443 48 

Interest paid and refunded 921 53 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 244 31 

Total $59,800 79 

Liabilities. 

Dues earned on running stock $91,996 50 

Undivided profit 19,i98 26 

Dues paid in advance 9,450 45 

Interest and premium in advance. 626 45 

Overdraft Class B stock 384 88 

Total $121,756 54 



Assets. 



Cash on h'd June 30, 1903, Class A. $629 19 

Loans on mortgage security 115,857 10 

Loans on st'k or p;iss b'k security 1,160 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 143 74 

I (elinquent dues 9S6 60 

Delinquent interest, premium 1,38184 

Cash advanced mi maturing stock. 1,087 00 

Miscellaneous 511 07 

Total $121,756 54 



Shares of stock in force, 3,369; shares loaned on, 1,210; membership, 492. 



DEARBORN COUNTY. 



THE UNION BUILDING LOAN FUND AND SAYINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

AURORA. 

W.C. HENRY, President. J. L. DENNERLINE, Secretary. 

Condition Juno 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $1,484 42 

Dues on running stock 33,003 60 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,225 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 730 00 

Interest 3,817 55 

Premium 219 00 

Fines 12 50 

Membership fees 202 00 

Miscellaneous _. 2 50 

Total $40,696 57 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,571 33 

Loans on mortgage security 62,895 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,783 00 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 

Real estate 1,405 41 

Miscellaneous 4,000 00 

Total $74,754 74 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $14,175 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,275 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 6,225 60 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 2 00 

Matured stock 10,006 00 

Expenses 426 84 

Miscellaneous 4,014 80 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 4,571 33 

Total $40,696 57 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock 



,754 74 



Total. 



,754 74 



Shares of stock in force* 1,083; shares loaned on, 317; membership, 285. 



35 



DEARBORN" COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND LOAN COMPANY OF COCHRAN. 

FRED SCHMUTTE, President. FRED SMITH, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $7,959 67 

Dues on running stock 85,513 69 

Loans on niort'ge security repaid.. 35,856 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 300 00 

Loans on other security repaid 500 00 

Interest 8,8S0 62 

Premium 783 53 

Fines 2167 

Membership fees 344 86 

Real estate 1,948 97 

Transfer 12 75 

Cash over 5 00 

Total $142,126 76 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $56,674 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 200 00 

Loans on other security 500 00 

Witkd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 77,292 94 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 12 00 

Expenses — sararies 564 60 

Expenses — other purposes 293 08 

Interest on dividends 5 50 

Real estate 1,649 06 

Miscellaneous 11 73 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 • 4,923 85 

Total $142,126 76 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,923 85 

Loans on mortgage security 173,977 70 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 300 00 

Loans on other security 350 00 

Real estate 4,078 11 

U. S. bonds 4,356 45 

Total $187,986 11 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k.. $183, 131 49 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 212 00 

Fund for contingent losses 4,390 00 

Undivided profit 252 62 

Total $187,986 11 



Shares of stock in force, 2,888; membership, 



THE ECONOMY BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

DILLSBORO. 

DAVID HESS, President. W. C. D. STEVENSON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $745 45 

Dues on running stock 1,618 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 1,355 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 160 00 

Loans on other security repaid 420 00 

Interest 788 11 

Premium 58 40 

Fines 14 50 

Overdraft 189 29 

Total $5,349 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,218 50 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 350 00 

Loans on other security 780 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 400 00 

Expenses 144 50 

Borrowed money repaid 1,300 00 

Interest on borrowed money 156 00 

Total $5,349 00 



Assets. 



Loans on mortgage security $10,872 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 871 75 

Loans on other security 2,058 65 

Due for insurance and taxes 23 50 

Total $13,825 90 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $10,029 39 

Undivided profit 1,767 22 

Borrowed money 1,840 00 

Miscellaneous 189 29 

Total $13,825 90 



Shares of stock in force, 122; shares loaned on, 50; membership, 42. 



36 



DEARBORN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE DEARBORN COUNTY LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF 

LAWRENCEBURG. 

HENRY HODELL, President. WM. HUBER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $18S 80 

Dues on running stock 48,768 00 

Loans on inort'ge security repaid.. 19,440 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,600 00 

Interest 9,377 09 

Premium 289 23 

Fines 27 25 

Membership fees 138 50 

Miscellaneous 5 85 

Total $94,956 97 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $28,860 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,240 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 50,258 22 

Expenses— salaries 665 55 

Borrowed money repaid 13,700 00 

Interest on borrowed money 116 75 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 43 12 

Miscellaneous 31 75 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 41 58 

Total $94,956 97 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $41 58 

Loans on mortgage security 151,790 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,180 00 

Loans on other security 2,000 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 73 12 

Total $155,084 70 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k.. $147, 562 63 

Undivided profit 622 07 

Borrowed money 1,900 00 

Miscellaneous 5,000 00 

Total $155,084 70 



Shares of stock in force, 4,110; membership, 548. 



THE GERMAN PERPETUAL BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF 

LAWRENCEBURG. 

PETER ENDRESS, President. JULIUS SCHNEIDER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 .' . $106 93 

Dues on running stock 35,403 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 17.940 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,110 00 

Interest 5,241 50 

Premium 98 27 

Fines 36 65 

Membership fees 148 75 

Refun&er insurance and taxes 164 90 

Miscellaneous 27 11 

Total $60,277 11 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $13,560 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,290 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 37,547 47 

Expenses 55 40 

Borrowed money repaid 1,100 00 

Interest on borrowed money 116 01 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 511 06 

Miscellaneous 556 98 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 5,540 19 

Total $60,277 11 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,540 19 

Loans on mortgage security 77,510 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,250 00 

Furniture and fixtures 72 50 

Due for insurance and taxes 1,085 54 

Miscellaneous 300 00 

Total $S5,758 23 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $83,175 76 
Fund for contingent losses 2,582 47 



Total . . .• $85,758 23 



Shares of stock in force, 2,929, 



37 



DEARBORN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MOORES HILL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP MOORES 

HLLL. 

G. J. BERNHART, President. CHARLES SCHABEL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,536 47 

Dues on running stock 6,882 55 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 4,150 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 86 00 

Interest 987 51 

Fines 26 30 

Membership fees 46 25 

Borrowed money 1,640 00 

Miscellaneous 4 50 

Total $16,359 58 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $3,655 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 71 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 4,635 99 

Matured stock 6,900 00 

Expenses 155 15 

Borrowed money repaid 800 00 

Interest on borrowed money 8 00 

Miscellaneous 11 82 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 122 62 

Total $16,359 58 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $122 62 

Loans on mortgage security 16,200 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 25 00 

Furniture and fixtures 40 25 

Total $16,387 87 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $15,022 99 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 100 00 

Undivided profit 424 88 

Borrowed money 840 00 

Total $16,387 87 



Shares of stock in force, 503; shares loaned on, 181; membership, 137. 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



the greensburg building and loan association of 
greensbuSg. 

W. C. WOODFILL, President. CHAS. ZOLLER, JR., Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,518 32 

Dues on running stock 13,707 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 21,450 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 48,118 00 

Interest 1,632 46 

Premium 63 00 

Fines 2100 

Membership fees 25 00 

Borrowed money 17,250 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 32 90 

Transfers 3 00 

Bonds, city Greensburg 6,000 00 

Total $111,820 93 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,051 28 

Loans on mortgage security 29,900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,345 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 70 35 

Total $34,366 63 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $6,650 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 11,585 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 60,526 15 

Expenses — salaries 312 00 

Expenses— other purposes 33 37 

Borrowed money repaid 29,350 00 

Interest on borrowed money 287 48 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 25 65 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,051 28 

Total $111,820 93 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $33,255 02 
Undivided profit 1,111 61 



Total .• $34,366 63 



Shares of stock in force, 868; shares loaned on, 301; membership, 199. 



38 



DECATUR COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP GREENSBURG. 

(In Liquidation.) 

LEOPOLD SPITZMESSER, President. EDWARD KESSING,. Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $651 13 

Dues on running stock 323 92 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 900 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 10,790 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 100 00 

Interest 303 32 

Premium 252 79 

Fines 23 40 

Real estate 300 00 

Assessments 24 00 

Total $13,668 56 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security $25 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 8,671 34 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,816 12 

Matured stock 900 00 

Expenses — salaries 150 00 

Expenses — other purposes 128 00 

Borrowed money repaid 1,197 50 

Interest on borrowed money 207 50 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 87 08 

Real estate 2 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 484 02 

Total $13,668 56 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $484 02 

Loans on mortgage security 8,610 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 25 00 

Total $9,119 02 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $6,933 97 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 214 00 

Undivided profit 92 73 

Borrowed money 1,813 32 

Salary 65 00 

Total $9,119 02 



Shares of stock in force, 151; shares loaned on, 101; membership, 29. 



THE WORKINGMEN'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

GREENSBURG. 

MARSHALL GROVER, President. DAVID A. MYERS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $120 09 

Dues on running stock 16,078 36 

Deposits 264 70 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 13,526 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 948 00 

Interest 2,813 78 

Premium 136 86 

Pines 108 37 

Forfeitures 54 21 

Membership fees 140 50 

Borrowed money 500 00 

Real estate „^ 1,457 44 

Refunder insurance and taxes 60 10 

Mortgage satisfaction 6 40 

Transfer fees 18 00 

Expired series 944 69 

Total $37,177 50 



Disbursements. 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903... $813 95 

Loans on mortgage security 43,421 63 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,583 00 

Real estate 69 58 

Due for insurance and taxes 68 41 

Series expired 1,956 98 

Total $47,913 55 



Loans on mortgage security $13,560 72 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,209 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 7,132 76 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds.. 14 70 

Matured stock 8,000 00 

Expenses— salaries 416 00 

Expenses— other purposes 61 10 

Borrowed money repaid 5,390 00 

Interest on borrowed money 373 76 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 35 65 

Real estate 78 25 

Mortgage satisfaction 5 00 

Interest returned to borrowers 26 82 

Forfeited dividends and lapse 59 79 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 813 95 

Total $37,177 50 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $45,253 74 

Deposits and dividends 250 00 

Undivided profit 896 91 

Borrowed 'money 1,500 00 

Mortgage satisfactions 12 90 

Total $47,913 55 



Shares of stock in force, 768; shares loaned on, 157; membership, 310. 



39 



DEKALB COUNTY. 



THE DEKALB COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

GARRETT. 
SAML. S. TEETERS, President. MELVILLE W. JOHNSTON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $764 03 

Dunes on running stock 12,42176 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 3,900 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 8.8S0 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,000 00 

Interest 3,132 83 

Premium 2.S16 40 

Fines 233 23 

Forfeitures 159 28 

Membership fees 223 00 

Loan fees 96 00 

Withdrawals 12 00 

Transfers 17 00 

Agent's fee returned 2 00 

Balance 5 78 

Total $33,663 31 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $14,037 97 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 275 00 

Wilhd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,564 13 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 4,250 00 

Matured stock 10,506 15 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 983 91 

Expenses— salaries 366 79 

Expenses— other purposes 92 03 

Agents' fees 42 40 

Appraisers . 105 00 

Int., premiums and fines returned 15 01 

Membership fee returned 3 00 

Overdraft 3 78 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 418 31 

Total $33,663 31 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $418 14 

Loans on mortgage security 52,078 57 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 350 00 

Total $52,846 71 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $42,726 31 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 10,100 00 
Undivided profit 20 40 



Total $52,846 71 



Shares of stock in force, 1,758; shares loaned on, 622; membership, 241. 



DELAWAKE COUNTY. 



TILE MUNCIE SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY OF MUNCIE. 

W. E. HITCHCOCK, President. W. L. DAVIS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $60,540 31 

Dues on running stock'. 423,024 30 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 51,400 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 170,416 00 

Interest 33,650 85 

Premium 2,185 61 

Fines 229 98 

Real estate 24,017 54 

Miscellaneous 1,769 06 

Total $767,233 65 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $39,552 17 

Loans on mortgage security 600,987 61 

Loans on other security 7,000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 300 00 

Real estate 35,367 68 

Miscellaneous 1,822 36 

Total '. 685,029 82 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $314,471 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 334,031 89 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 22,350 00 

Matured stock 4,978 50 

Expenses— salaries 5,590 53 

Real estate 18,010 77 

Miscellaneous 28,248 79 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 39,552 17 

Total $767,233 65 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k. .$555,814 97 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 117,514 33 

Undivided profit 5,894 28 

Due on loans 5,806 24 

Total 685,029 82 



Shares of stock in force, 5,910; shares loaned on, 3,013; membership, 2,530. 



40 



DELAWARE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MUTUAL HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF MUNCIE. 

D. A. McLAIN, President. GEO. N. HIGMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,042 57 

Dues on running stock 98,310 78 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 4,700 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 52,418 26 

Interest 9,422 72 

Loan fees 43 00 

Borrowed money 4,000 00 

Ref under insurance and taxes 208 96 

Pass books 57 50 

Rent 4 00 



Total. 



72,207 79 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $55,516 20 

Withd'ls of run'? st'k and div'ds.. 89.416 14 

Withdrawals, paid-up 3,100 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 6,760 71 

Expenses — salaries 1,247 00 

Expenses — other purposes 697 90 

Borrowed money repaid 4,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 32 22 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 66 21 

Sheriff's certificates 695 IS 

Insur'ce and repairs on real estate 44 16 

Tax certificates 19 61 

Interest rebated 18 79 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 10,593 58 

Total $172,207 79 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $10,593 58 

Loans on mortgage security 142,634 45 

Furniture and fixtures 522 03 

Real estate 1,094 34 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 695 IS 
Tax certificates 31 89 

Total $155,571 47 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k. .$140,894 30 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 8,700 00 

Fund for contingent losses 2.562 50 

Undivided profit ^3,414 67 

Total $155,571 47 



Shares of stock in force. 4,584%; shares loaned on, 1,567%; membership, 885. 



THE PEOPLES HOME AND SAYINGS ASSOCIATION OF MUNCIE. 

W. W. SHIRK, President. L. W. CATES, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,081 93 

Dues on running stock 164,696 82 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 68,270 87 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 90,792 74 

Interest 21,027 61 

Loan fees 387 00 

Borrowed money 17,500 00 

Real estate 1,962 43 

Ref under insurance and taxes 106 87 

Pass books 124 75 

Mortgage release 27 40 

Rent 69 21 

Loss and gain 244 69 

Total $367,292 32 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $115,523 68 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 152,714 55 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 69,102 16 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 4,748 67 

Expenses— salaries 2.707 20 

Expenses— other purposes 519 75 

Borrowed money repaid 15.500 00 

Interest on borrowed money 83 77 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 106 87 

Real estate 2.266 95 

Loan fees 387 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,631 72 

Total $367,292 32 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,631 72 

Loans on mortgage security 307,243 41 

Furniture and fixtures 539 00 

Real estate 3,986 75 

Total $315,400 88 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $214,173 79 
Paid-up aud prep'd st'k and div'ds 87,547 49 

Deposits and dividends., 1,940 43 

Fund for contingent losses 6,739 17 

Borrowed money 5,000 00 

Total $315,400 88 



Shares of stock in force, 4,613; shares loaned on, 3,604. 



41 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



THE COLUMBIA BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP 

FERDINAND. 

M. OLINGER, President. J. B. SCHMIDT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $42 40 

Dues on running stock 3,175 75 

Interest 839 85 

Fines 9 00 

Total $4,067 00 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5 40 

Loans on other security 16,700 00 

Total $16,705 40 



Disbursements. 



Loans on security $4,000 00 

Expenses— salaries 56 00 

Expenses— other purposes 5 60 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 5 40 

Total $4,067 00 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $14,102 50 
Undivided profits 2,602 90 



Total $16,705 40 



THE FERDINAND BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF FERDINAND. 

VICTOR KNAPP, President. HUBERT QUANTI, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902. 

Dues on running stock 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Loan fees 



$76 93 


6,500 00 


1,257 50 


1 25 


13 30 


1 75 



Total $7,850 73 



Disbursements. 



Loans on security 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes.. 
Cash on hand June 30, 1903. 



$7,700 00 

76 50 

5 57 

68 66 



Total $7,850 73 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903.. 
Loans on mortgage security. 
Loans on other security 



$68 66 

700 00 

24,100 00 



Total $24,868 66' 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $22,250 00 
Undivided profits 2,618 66 



Total $24,868 66 



Shares of stock in force, 500; shares loaned on, 248; membership, 112. 



42 



DUBOIS COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOME LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTINGBURG. 

HENRY DUFENDACH, President. HENRY LANDGREBE, Secretary. 

CoDdition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,952 14 

Dues on running stock 4,110 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 382 80 

Interest 1.484 45 

Fines » " 

Total $7,937 39 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security $6,400 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 375 70 

Expenses— salaries 80 00 

Expenses— other purposes 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 .1,076 44 

Total $7,937 39 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,076 44 

Loans on mortgage security 7,256 15 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. "21,630 00 

Total $29,962 59 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $27,190 00 

Fund for contingent losses 1,163 30 

Undivided profits 1,609 29 

Total $29,962 59 



Shares of stock in force, 310; shares loaned on, 309; membership, 54. 



THE PHENIX LOAN ASSOCIATION OF JASPER. 

JOHN P. SALB, President. W. S. HUNTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $10,997 80 

Dues on running stock 26,444 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 14,507 66 

Loans on other security repaid — 27,150 37 

Interest 4,S46 21 

Premium 290 00 

Fines 89 35 

Membership fees 98 10 

Transfers 13 50 

Total $84,437 49 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,568 53 

Loans on other security 15,951 91 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 19,513 53 

Matured stock 29,133 33 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 9,746 76 



Total $84,437 49 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $9,746 76 

Loans on mortgage security 30,000 00 

Loans on other security 38,205 84 

Delinquents 1,241 25 

Total $79,193 85 



Liabilities. 



Unmatured stock $79,193 85 



Total $79,193 85 



Shares of stock in force, 2,177; shares loaned on, 759; membership, 300. 



43 



ELKHAKT COUNTY. 



THE CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

ELKHART. 

FREDERICK W. MILLER, President. LOUIS M. SIMPSON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,482 09 

Dues on running stock 7,701 23 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 2,455 00 

Deposits 6,214 87 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 14,730 54 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 600 00 

Interest 6,785 93 

Pines 67 20 

Membership fees 118 50 

Loan fees 21 50 

Refunder insurance and taxes 102 93 

Transfer fees 6 00 

Rents 150 50 

Appraisement fees 49 80 

Miscellaneous 96 78 

Total $41,582 87 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $13,514 80 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,090 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 6,517 09 
"Withdrawals, paid-up and, prepaid 

stock and dividends 5,950 65 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 4,147 67 

Matured stock 900 00 

Expenses— salaries 799 99 

Expenses— other purposes 609 56 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 145 62 

Real estate 65 00 

Foreclosure costs 101 51 

Appraisement fees 51 30 

Loan fees 22 50 

Miscellaneous 65 37 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 6,601 81 

Total $41,582 87 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $6,601 81 

Loans on mortgage security 97,906 65 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 2,590 00 

Furniture and fixtures 322 61 

Real estate 1,344 76 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 139 11 

Due for insurance and taxes 69 64 

Other assets 2 00 

Total $108,976 58 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $38,022 41 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 56,976 73 

Deposits and dividends 13,294 35 

Undivided profits 683 09 



Total $108,976 58 



Shares of stock in force, 4,028; shares loaned on, 742; membership, 400. 



44 



ELKHART COUNTY— Continued. 



THE EQUITABLE BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF ELKHART. 

D. W. THOMAS, President. JACOB OBERHOLTZER, Secretary. 

Condition October 31, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $4,693 82 

Dues on running stock 78,647 66 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 15,273 71 

Deposits 41,905 70 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 86,145 54 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 14,607 00 

Interest 29,634 68 

Pines 428 53 

Membership fees 122 62 

Borrowed money 10,000 00 

Real estate 16,947 16 

Ref under insurance and taxes 426 92 

Transfer fees, etc 36 83 

Rent 649 90 

Profit on sale of real estate 573 37 

Miscellaneous 26 24 

Total $300,119 68 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $22,159 46 

Loans on mortgage security 326,457 21 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 72,859 19 

Loans on other security 174 77 

Furniture and fixtures 410 00 

Real estate 16,375,19 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 4,112 11 

Due for insurance and taxes 347 35 

Sale on contract 30.524 90 

Real estate, home office 2,957 05 

Interest delinquent 412 71 

Fines delinquent 165 45 

Total $476,955 39 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $74,346 10 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 15,387 50 

Withd'ls of run's st'k and div'ds. 86,089 87 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends : 17,275 00 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 22,749 95 

Matured stock 23,600 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 4,374 64 

Expenses— salaries 2,318 50 

Expenses— other purposes 709 70 

Borrowed money repaid 12,200 00 

Interest on borrowed money 427 72 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 126 37 

Real estate 17,490 76 

Expenses on real estate 724 76 

Interest refunded 3 30 

Loss on real estate 136 55 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 22,159 46 

Total $300,119 68 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $344,361 89 
Paid-up aud prep'd st'k and div'ds 82,312 03 

Deposits and dividends 41,512 21 

Fund for contingent losses 3,500 00 

Undivided profits 5,269 26 



Total $476,955 39 



Shares of stock in force, 11,522; shares loaned on, 3,265; membership, 1,143. 



THE HOME LOAN AND SAYINGS ASSOCIATION OF ELKHART. 

GEORGE W. WEAR, President. HARRY S. CHESTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $320 86 

Total $320 86 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $112 23 

Expense to balance 226 65 

Total $338 88 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $203 63 

Auditor of State 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 112 23 

Total $320 86 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $338 88 
Total $338 88 



Shares of stock in force, 112; membership, 15. 



45 



ELKHART COUNTY— Continued. 



THE METROPOLITAN LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

GOSHEN. 

PERRY C. PURL, President. C. G. WEHMEYER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,719 4,8 

Dues on running stock 1,921 32 

Deposits 5 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 18,825 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,202 21 

Interest 1,878 74 

Premium 1,152 83 

Fines 24 04 

Borrowed money 1,545 00 

Real estate 676 79 

Refunder insurance and taxes 170 75 

Total $30,120 86 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $700 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,450 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 19,723 64 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1.S22 50 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 126 80 

Expenses— salaries 375 00 

Expenses — other purposes 876 19 

Borrowed money repaid 1,545 50 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 88 79 

Real estate 74 95 

Indemnity fund 19 16 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,318 33 

Total $30,120 86 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,318 33 

Loans on mortgage security 17,800 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,334 68 

Home office building 5,800 00 

Real estate 698 14 

Due for insurance and taxes 670 83 

Total $29,621 98 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $12,357 71 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 11,450 00 

Deposits and dividends 4,39109 

Fund for contingent losses 209 56 

Undivided profits 1,213 62 

Total '. $29,621 98 



Shares of stock in force, 326; shares loaned on, 161; membership, 71. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF NAPPANEE. 

J. S. WALTERS, President. H. E. COPPES, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $310 11 

Dues on running stock 2,733 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 595 40 

Loans on other security repaid 250 00 

Interest 574 21 

Fines 19 03 

Interest special loans 13193 

Total $4,614 43 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,250 00 

Loans on other security 3,055 00 

Expenses— salaries _. • 50 00 

Expenses — other purposes ..'. 10 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 249 43 

Total $4,614 43 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30,-1903 $249 43 

Loans on mortgage security 7,250 00 

Loans on other security 4,945 00 

Account interest 174 33 

Delinquents 77 28 

Total $12,696 04 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running 
Dues paid in advance 



stock. 



$12,691 04 
5 00 



Total $12,696 04 



Shares of stock in force, 182; shares loaned on, 29; membership, 182. 



46 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 



THE FAYETTE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

CONNERSVILLE. 

JOHN T. LAIR, President. A. B. BARROWS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,146 09 

Dues on running stock 81.465 48 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 153,324 00 

Loans on uiort'ge security repaid. 65,520 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1.S00 00 

Interest 17,983 49 

Premium 120 90 

Real estate 5,058 CO 

Refunder insurance and taxes 112 73 

Passbooks 70 50 

Transfers, etc 109 00 

Total $328,710 19 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security ..$106,382 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,130 00 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 60,792 24 
Withd'ls, paid-up and prepaid st'k 121,772 00 

Matured stock 18,200 00 

Dividends on paid-up stock 4,919 73 

Expenses— salaries 1,669 35 

Expenses — other purposes 484 43 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 19 03 

Real estate 3,407 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 7,934 41 

Total $328,710 19 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $7,934 41 

Loans on mortgage security 307.932 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2.130 00 

Furniture and fixtures S5 00 

Real estate 89 73 

Due for insurance and taxes 13 58 

Accrued interest on straight loans 129 45 

Delinquent dues 4 48 

Total $318,318 65 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $180,858 63 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 130,982 91 

Fund for contingent losses 2,000 00 

Undivided profits 327 11 

Dues on loans 4,150 00 

Total $318,318 65 ■ 



Shares of stock in force, 8,464; shares loaned on, 2,934; membership, 900. 



THE GERMAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

CONNERSVILLE. 

JAMES McCANN, President. ORLANDO ELLIOTT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $7 97 

Dues on running stock 18,694 10 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 16.888 65 

Interest 4,080 70 

Premium 363 78 

Fines 15 45 

Membership fees 20 75 

Borrowed money 7,300 00 

Certificate stock 11,025 00 

Total $58,396 40 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $18,381 24 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 1,100 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 16,956 19 

Matured stock 2,524 47 

Expenses — salaries 376 25 

Expenses— other purposes 57 50 

Borrowed money repaid 8.743 61 

Interest on borrowed money 372 18 

Withdrawal of cert, stock 8,515 00 

Interest on cert, stock 898 54 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 471 42 

Total $58,396 40 



Assets. 



fash on hand June 30. 1903 $471 42 

Loans on mortgage security 67.594 32 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,350 00 

Furniture and fixtures 34 00 

Dues delinquent 24170 

Interest delinquent 7128 

Premiums delinquent 8 80 

Fines delinquent 8 58 

Total $69,7S0 10 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $44,408 26 

Undivided profits 701 11 

Borrowed money 5,515 00 

Certificate stock 18,865 00 

Dues paid in advance 290 73 

Total $69,780 10 



Shares of stock in force, 1,598; shares loaned on, 675; membership, 



47 



FAYETTE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOME LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CONNERSVILLE. 

^OHN B. McFARLAN, JR., President. JOHN PAYNE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $9,008 63 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 12,150 00 

Interest 250 66 

Pass books 48 25 

Total $21,457 54 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $344 67 

Loans on mortgage security 17,169 62 

Total $17,514 29 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $17,169 62 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 664 00 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 3,000 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 17 50 

Expenses— salaries 171 25 

Expenses — other purposes 90 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 344 67 

Total $21,457 54 



.Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $8,344 63 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 9,150 00 
Balance undivided 19 66 



Total $17,514 29 



Shares of stock in force, 1,927; shares loaned on, 182; membership, 191. 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



THE CIVIC SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 

S. C. MANUEL, President. W. O. VANCE, Secretary. 

Condition .Time 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $299 50 

Interest 36 

Membership fees 9 75 

Total $309 61 

Assets. 

_ 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $170 71 

Loans on mortgage security 100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 12 00 

Loss 1 79 

Total $284 50 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 12 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 15 00 

Expenses 11 90 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 170 71 

Total $309 61 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $284 50 



Total. 



$284 50 



Shares of stock in force, 70; membership, 40. 



4S 



FLOYD COUNTY— Continued. 



THE EAST END BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

NEW ALBANY. 

W. A. HEDDEN, President. JACOB BEST, Secretarv. 

Condition .Tune 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $226 88 

Dues on running stock 812 20 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,400 00 

Interest 449 00 

Premium 449 00 

Membership fees 60 

Real estate 2,969 80 

Total $8,307 48 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $4,320 50 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,38116 

Expenses — salaries ISO 60 

Expenses— other purposes 700 00 

Borrowed money repaid 70 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 959 70 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 695 52 

Total $8,307 48 



Assets. 



►Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $695 52 

Loans on mortgage security 4,300 00 

Real estate 4,475 00 

Interest and premium delinquent.. 822 80 

Deficit 708 38 

Bills receivable 18 45 

Total $11,020 15 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $5,012 65 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 5,200 00 

Borrowed money 700 00 

Accrued interest 17 50 

Due on salaries 90 00 

Total $11,020 15 



Shares of stock in force, 167; shares loaned on, 21; membership, 35. 



THE HOOSTER ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 

G. B. CARDWILL, President. WM. McKAY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1908. 



Receipts. 


Disbursements. 


Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 


$444 00 

2,092 33 

629 00 

13,200 00 


Loans on mortgage security 


$15,355 00 
15 00 


Interest on borrowed money 

Judgment 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Total 


792 00 




135 00 
68 33 




$16,365 33 


... $16,365 33 









Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $68 33 

Loans on mortgage security 13,262 67 

Judgment 135 00 

Interest due June 30, 1903 203 00 

Total $13,669 00 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $444 00 

Undivided profits 25 00 

Borrowed money 13,200 00 

Total $13,669 00 



Shares of stock in force, 197; shares loaned on, 100; membership, 13. 



49 



FLOYD COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOWARD PARK BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 
Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $5 27 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 160 00 

Interest 6 00 

Real estate 2,200 00 

Bills receivable 25 00 

Due on real estate 19 50 

Rent 360 30 

Insurance commission 60 

Total $2,776 67 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $150 00 

Borrowed money repaid 1,747 00 

Interest on borrowed money 193 60 

Real estate 100 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 29 28 

Total 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 29 28 

Loans on mortgage security 343 46 

Loans on other security 158 00 

Real estate 4,325 00 

Due on real estate 75 00 

Total $4,930 74 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $816 00 

Undivided profits 1,216 31 

Borrowed money 2,828 17 

Interest due on borrowed money 70 26 

Total $4,930 74 



Shares of stock in force, 16; membership, 9. 



THE MECHANICS' BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

NEW ALBANY. 

GEORGE B. CARDWILL, President. E. J. HEWITT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $136 40 

Dues on running stock 943 20 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 15,579 40 

Loans on other security repaid — 812 00 

Interest 727 85 

Premium 465 75 

Membership fees 1 00 

Real estate 6,623 66 

Refunder insurance and taxes 18 60 

Interest on notes 156 50 

Excess 10 75 

Total $25,475 11 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,204 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 8,544 05 

Expenses— salaries 335 60 

Borrowed money repaid 5,012 00 

Interest on borrowed money 707 25 

Real estate 5,408 64 

Taxes 239 78 

Shortage 105 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 22 74 

Total $25,475 11 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $22 74 

Loans on mortgage security 18,525 50 

Furniture and fixtures 260 88 

Real estate : . 14,500 00 

Interest and premium delinquent. 910 12 

Bills receivable 65 08 

Account 50 66 

Total $34,334 98 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $21,746 83 

Fund for contingent losses 1,149 38 

Borrowed money 10,400 00 

Taxes owing 670 65 

Accrued interest 143 25 

Accounts payable 224 87 

Total $34,334 98 



Shares of stock in force, 288; shares loaned on, 92; membership, 53. 
4— B. & L. 



50 



FLOYD COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

NEW ALBANY. 

ROBERT W. MORRIS, President. WM. R. ATKINS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,031 62 

Dues on running stock 3,870 90 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 11,351 53 

Interest 1,028 71 

Premium 425 74 

Real estate 4,323 65 

Tax refunded 42 15 



Total $22,074 30 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $771 33 

Withdrawals of running stock 11,841 03 

Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,921 36 

Expenses 146 45 

Borrowed money repaid 50 00 

Interest on borrowed money 157 91 

Real estate 1,300 10 

Salaries 525 00 

Bonds 3,800 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,561 12 

Total $22,074 30 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,561 12 

Loans on mortgage security 14,5S0 57 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 90 00 

Furniture and fixtures 190 00 

Cash in safe 10 00 

Total $16,431 69 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $13,284 85 

Undivided profits 2,716 14 

Real estate 430 70 

Total $16,431 69 



Shares of stock in force, 323; shares loaned on, 132; membership, 51. 



THE UNION SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 

PETER KLERNER, President. EARL S. GWIN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $264 99 

Dues on running stock 4,206 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 200 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 

euritv repaid 200 00 

Interest 239 28 

Pass books 8 75 

Borrowed money 3,000 00 

Bonds 1,500 00 

Total $9,619 77 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $6,066 50 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 300 00 

Withdrawals of running stock 316 50 

Expenses 64 33 

Borrowed money repaid 2,500 00 

Interest on borrowed money 59 83 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 312 61 

Total $9,619 77 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $312 61 

Loans on mortgage security 6,566 50 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 100 00 

Total $6,979 11 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $4,443 50 

Undivided profits 35 61 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Bonds 1,500 00 

Total $6,979 11 



Shares of stock in force, 350; shares loaned on, 67; membership, 72. 



51 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



THE ATTICA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ATTICA. 

T. REID ZEIGLER, President. W. B. REED, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $9,707 06 

Dues on running stock 43.745 43 

Loans ou inort'ge security repaid. 67,255 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 4,286 20 

Interest and premium 16,828 22 

Pines 64 

Membership fees 123 60 

Borrowed money 2,275 29 

Ref under insurance 199 45 

Tax certificate 214 40 

Total $144,635 29 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $78,631 96 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5,165 35 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 40,651 04 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 250 00 

Expenses— salaries 1,356 00 

Expenses— other purposes 321 35 

Borrowed money repaid 1,514 06 

Interest on borrowed money and 

cash dividend 3,478 80 

Insurance paid for borrowers 258 80 

Taxes and court costs paid 137 99 

Tax certificates 323 63 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 12,546 31 

Total i $144,635 29 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $12,546 31 

Loans on mortgage security 205,752 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 372 55 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. ' 3,868 46 



Total $222,824 70 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $194,404 02 

Matured stock 2.000 00 

Fund for contingent losses 5,500 00 

Undivided profits 1,931 34 

Borrowed money 17,939 34 

Accrued interest due 1,050 00 

Total $222,824 70 



Shares of stock in force, 9,630; shares loaned on, 1,807; membership, 607. 



THE COVINGTON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

COVINGTON. 

J. L. TOWNSLEY, President. N. G. HARLOW, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,529 26 

Dues on running stock 6,279 80 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1,400 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,106 99 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 85 00 

Interest 2,407 48 

Fines 15 15 

Membership fees 27 15 

Kefunder insurance and taxes 8 79 

Total $14,859 62 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,700 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,118 67 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 2,400 00 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 21 70 

Matured stock 100 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 186 51 

Expenses— salaries 618 00 

Expenses— other purposes 22 08 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 8 79 

Discount advance dues 39 30 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,644 57 

Total $14,859 62 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,644 57 

Loans on mortgage security 25,875 00 

Furniture and fixtures 75 00 

Dues, interest and premium 431 93 

Total $28,026 50 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $22,232 20 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 3,000 00 

Deposits and dividends 390 00 

Matured stock 2,400 00 

Undivided profits 4 30 

Total $28,026 50 



Shares of stock in force, 762; shares loaned on, 258; membership, 125. 



52 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HILLSBORO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

HILLSBORO. 

JAMES R. ALBRIGHT, President. C. R. WALKER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $282 01 

Dues on running stock 4,139 80 

Loans on niort'ge security repaid. 4,150 00 

Interest 557 75 

Premium 247 57 

Pines 18 85 

Forfeitures 5 30 

Membership fees 16 25 

Borrowed money 1,200 00 

Ref under insurance and taxes 6 00 

Delinquents 388 99 

Total $11,012 52 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $3,500 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,178 13 

Matured stock 1,000 00 

Expenses— salaries 85 00 

Expenses— other purposes 44 24 

Borrowed money repaid 2,550 00 

Interest on borrowed money 99 04 

Outstanding certificate 600 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 956 11 

Total $11,012 52 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $956 11 

Loans on mortgage security 10,100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 100 00 

Furniture and fixtures 53 88 

Delinquents 236 81 

Total $11,446 80 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $11,446 80 



Total $11,446 80 



Shares of stock in force, 334; shares loaned on, 101; membership, 97. 



THE KINGMAN BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF KINGMAN. 

H. P. McCRARY, President. J. W. BLACK, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $289 33 

Dues on running stock 4,004 10 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 400 00 

Interest 381 63 

Premium 190 82 

Membership fees 21 75 

Total $5,287 63 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,775 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 36 00 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,700 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 99 14 

Expenses — salaries 40 00 

Expenses — other purposes 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 :.... 632 49 

Total $5,287 63 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $632 49 

Loans on mortgage security 7,900 00 

Books and stationery 112 15 

Total $8,644 64 



Liabilities. 




Dues and div'ds on running stock. 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 


$8,536 96 

100 00 

7 68 






Total 


$8,644 64 



Shares of stock in force, 336; shares loaned on, 79; membership, 62. 



53 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MELLOTT. 

W. T. MELLOTT, President. E. H. EDWARDS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $760 73 

Dues on running stock 2,997 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,150 00 

Interest 584 56 

Premium 344 78 

Fines 31 94 

Membership fees 8 50 

Loan fees 15 00 

Order outstanding 5 00 

Total $6,S97 76 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,500 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,249 96 

Matured stock 800 00 

Expenses— salaries 68 00 

Expenses — other purposes 26 36 

Borrowed money repaid 1,400 00 

Interest on borrowed money 203 45 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 649 99 

Total $6,897 76 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $649 99 

Loans on mortgage security 9,325 00 

Total r $9,974 99 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $8,569 99 

Borrowed money 1,400 00 

Order outstanding 5 00 

Total $9,974 99 



Shares of stock in force, 192; shares loaned on, 51; membership, 



THE NEWTOWN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NEWTOWN. 

E. E. KEYT, President. R. W. CLAYPOOL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $3,210 79 

Dues on running stock 3,007 20 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,600 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 984 17 

Interest 1,072 77 

Premium 422 42 

Fines 26 46 

Membership fees 6 80 

Transfer fee 80 

Sale stock 370 13 

Total $10,701 54 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,200 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 1,845 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,368 31 

Expenses— salaries 96 00 

Expenses— other purposes 13 45 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 4 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 5,174 28 



Total. 



,701 54 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,174 28 

Loans on mortgage security 14,100 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 2,335 42 

Due for insurance and taxes 4 50 

Delinquent dues aud interest.. 175 44 

Total.. $21,789 64 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $16,455 60 

Undivided profits 5,136 20 

Borrowed money 166 30 

Due on loans by error from last 

year 4 00 

Dues paid in advance 27 54 

Total $21,789 64 



Shares of stock in force, 416; shares loaned on, 141; membership, 



54 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE VEEDERSBURG BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSO- 
CIATION OF VEEDERSBURG. 
Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 


Disbursements. 


Cash on hand June 30, 1902. 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on niort'ge security 


repaid. 


$803 10 

11,200 31 

10,800 00 

2,661 85 

1,287 58 

116 22 

4 00 


Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 


$11,100 00 

200 00 

12,553 16 






1,000 00 








Membership fees and pass 


books.. 


984 00 
320 56 




Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Total 


44 35 
670 9Q 


Total 


$26,873 06 


$26,873 06 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $670 99 

Loans on mortgage security 44,500 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 200 00 

Total $45,370 99 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $31,941 15 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 13,100 00 
Undivided profits 329 84 



Total $45,370 99 



Shares of stock in force, 1.078; shares loaned on, 441; membership, 158. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, 

2d DIVISION, OF BROOKVILLE. 

G. R. KING, President. FRANK GEIS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $10,559 20 

I Mies on running stock 36,308 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 32,870 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 

curit v repaid 9,572 00 

Interest 4,234 90 

Fines 36 75 

Membership fees 144 50 

Real estate 500 00 

Overpaid 5 67 

Transfer fees 1 00 

Cost, expense real estate repair... 107 00 

Total $94,339 02 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $33,275 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 7,234 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 44,588 90 

Matured stock 3,004 00 

Expenses— salaries 453 88 

Expenses — other purposes 27166 

Mortgage canceled 500 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 5,011 58 



Total $94,339 02 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,011 58 

Loans on mortgage security 62.830 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 6,447 00 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 

Real estate 500 00 

To amount due from stockholders. 104 65 

Total $74,993 23 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $72,223 21 

Matured stock 2,212 21 

Undivided profits 57 81 

Advance payment by stockholders. 479 25 
Advance payment of interest 20 75 

Total $74,993 23 



Shares of stock in force, 1,289; shares loaned on, 354; membership, 375. 



55 



FRANKLIN" COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FRANKLIN BUILDING AND "LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

OLDENBURG. 

FRANK FLODDER, President. DAN SCHWEGBL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $1,268 13 

Dues on running stock 6,110 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,825 00 

Interest 1,127 55 

Total $11,331 18 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,536 14 

Loans on mortgage security 20,060 00 

Real estate 1,085 67 

Undivided unpaid due interest 162 00 

Total $23,843 81 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,535 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st"k and div'ds. 5,762 19 

Expenses— salaries 132 50 

Expenses — other purposes 365 35 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,536 14 

Total • $11,331 18 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $23,705 30 
Fund for contingent losses 138 51 



Total $23,843 81 



Shares of stock in force, 270; shares loaned on, 56; membership, 81. 



GIBSON COUNTY. 



THE FRANCISCO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

FRANCISCO. 

S. L. BLACKBURN, President. M. L. DEWEESE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $401 94 

Dues on running stock 1,640 50 

Interest 186 34 

Premium 25 00 

Fines 3 85 

Transfer fees 5 00 



Total $2,262 63 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,835 38 

Expenses— salaries 51 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 5 72 

Postage 84 



Total. 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $369 69 

Due for insurance and taxes 5 72 

Loans on mortgage security 3,964 38 



Total $4,339 79 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. 

Undivided profits 

Due on loans 



$3,965 56 

360 23 

14 00 



Total $4,339 79 



Shares of stock in force, 120; shares loaned on, 31; membership, 40. 



56 



GIBSON" COUNTY— Continued. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

HAUBSTADT. 

HENRY W. LUHRING, President. ANTON ZEITZ, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,848 90 

Dues on running stock 14.021 60 

Loans on rnort'ge security repaid. 1,700 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,200 00 

Interest 2,222 89 

Premium 7 40 

Transfer fees 30 50 

Total $21,031 29 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,850 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,500 00 

Loans on other security 1,800 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,403 63 

Expenses — salaries 256 00 

Expenses — other purposes 10 25 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 7,211 41 

Total $21,031 29 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $7,211 41 

Loans on mortgage security 25,050 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 15,500 00 

Loans on other security 1,800 00 

Total $49,561 41 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $44,574 12 
Undivided profits June 30, 1903 4,987 29 



Total. 



3,561 41 



Shares of stock in force, 882; shares loaned on, 408; membership, 157. 



THE PROGRESS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

HAZLETON. 

W. A. BARNETT, President. DR. H. M. ARTHUR, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $628 74 

Dues on running stock 3,157 35 

Loans on rnort'ge security repaid. 1.204 90 

Interest 4S0 10 

Premium 23 00 

Real estate 750 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 4 03 

Rent 54 00 

Transfer 2 85 

Total $6,304 97 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,815 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k secuirty 1,400 00 

Loans on other security 9 15 50 

Expenses — salaries 62 00 

Expenses— other purposes 50 58 

Interest on borrowed money 6 10 

Refunded premium 95 68 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 930 11 

Total $6,304 97 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $930 11 

Loans on mortgage security S.615 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 2.600 00 

Loans on other security 945 50 

Furniture and fixtures 30 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 40 62 

Total $13,161 23 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $11,254 95 

Deposits and dividends 382 75 

Undivided profits 1,523 53 

Total $13,161 23 



Shares of stock in force, 212; shares loaned on, 73; membership, 212. 



57 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOME ECONOMY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

OAKLAND CITY. 

D. M. MARTIN, President. A. G. TROUTMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,016 22 

Dues on running stock 20,989 50 

Loans on rnort'ge security repaid. 12,950 00 

Interest 3,814 31 

Fines 93 15 

Membership fees 105 25 

Real estate 35 00 

Transfers 15 50 

Dividends 960 62 

Total $39,979 55 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $16,356 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 6,026 70 

Matured stock 11,309 29 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 33 25 

Expenses— salaries 228 00 

Expenses— other purposes 24 46 

Borrowed money repaid 988 50 

Interest on borrowed money 53 95 

Real estate 218 46 

Furniture and fixtures 2 85 

Cash on, hand June 30, 1903 4,738 09 

Total ' $39,979 55 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,738 09 

Loans on mortgage security 43,400 00 

Furniture and fixtures 13 00 

Total $48,151 09 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $39,S75 94 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 1,156 75 

Matured stock 6,494 67 

Fund for contingent losses 98 73 

Borrowed money 525 00 

Total $48,151 09 



Shares of stock in force, 1,146; shares loaned on, 434; membership, 187. 



THE PEOPLE'S STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

OAKLAND CITY. 

JAMES T. VAN ZANDT, President. J. M. VANDEVEER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,572 98 

Dues on running stock 2,700 20 

Loans on rnort'ge security repaid. 8,454 00 

Interest and premium 1,981 15 

Fines 56 20 

Borrowed money 500 00 

Rent 75 98 

Profit on sale of real estate 231 52 

Total $16,572 03 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,600 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 7,556 38 
"Withdrawals, paid up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 3,806 83 

Expenses — salaries 289 00 

Expenses— other purposes 205 55 

Interest on borrowed money 56 39 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 100 63 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,957 25 

Total $16,572 03 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,957 25 

Loans on mortgage security 14,430 35 

Total $16,387 60 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $11,257 86 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 4,322 32 

Fund for contingent losses 300 00 

Undivided profits 7 42 

Borrowed money 500 00 

Total $16,387 60 



Shares of stock in force, 418; shares loaned on, 144; membership, 69. 



58 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MUTUAL BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF OWENSVILLE. / 

JACOB F. BIRD, President. A. W. SPRAGUE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,249 23 

Dues on running stock 6,578 60 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 8,679 60 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,841 40 

Loans on other security repaid 4,251 89 

Interest 1,876 35 

Premium (on stock) 25 50 

Fines 46 45 

Membership fees 4 00 

Borrowed money 300 00 

Transfers 3 50 

Total $27,856 52 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,577 08 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,589 60 

Loans on other security 2,023 97 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 851 15 

Matured stock 11,700 00 

Dividends on mature, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 3,300 00 

Expenses— salaries 190 00 

Expenses— other purposes 13 25 

Interest on borrowed money.' 16 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 595 47 

Total $27,856 52 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $595 47 

Loans on mortgage security 11,373 93 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 957 00 

Loans on othej: security 2.901 97 

Total $15,82S 37 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $13,312 60 

Undivided profit 2,215 77 

Borrowed money 300 00 

Total $15,828 37 



Shares of stock in force, 364; shares loaned on, 203; membership, 75. 



THE OWENSVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

OWENSVILLE. 
ALEX. BMMERSON, President. J. D. LANCASTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $107 39 

Dues on running stock 3.569 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 925 66 

Loans on other security repaid 10 00 

Interest 498 3S 

Premium 3 99 

Fines • 23 10 

Total $5,137 52 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,010 75 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 298 00 

Loans on other security 2,63100 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 478 15 

Expenses — salaries 159 70 

Expenses— other purposes 13 50 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 17 64 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 528 78 

Total $5,137 52 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $528 78 

Loans on mortgage security 6,757 28 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 663 00 

Loans on other security 2,700 00 

Furniture and fixtures 3144 

Due for insurance paid 9 10 

Fines due and unpaid 8 30 

Dues due and unpaid 13 50 

Interest due and unpaid 27 47 

Borrowed money 5 00 

Total $10,743 87 



Liabilities. 



Dues on running stock $9,312 25 

Undivided profit 1,382 62 

Overpaid dues 49 00 



Total $10,743 87 



Shares of stock in force, 377; shares loaned on, 94; membership, 87. 



GIBSON" COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PATOKA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PATOKA. 

HENRY STEELMAN, President. R. N. CHAPPELLE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $457 41 

Dues on running stock 2,409 35 

Interest 346 50 

Premium 105 00 

Fines 10 60 

Transfers 2 25 

Total $3,331 11 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,500 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 436 09 

Expenses — salaries 50 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 340 02 

Total $3,331 11 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $340 02 

Loans on mortgage security 7,500 00 

Total $7,840 02 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $7,367 10 
Undivided profit 472 92 



Total $7,840 02 



Shares of stock in force, 147; shares loaned on, 71; membership, 34. 



THE GIBSON COUNTY PERPETUAL BUILDING AND LOAN 

ASSOCIATION OF PRINCETON. 

GEO. C. KENDLE, President. GEO. H. PADGETT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,047 63 

Dues on running stock 4,740 98 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 19,350 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,571 65 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 67 00 

Loans on other security repaid 11 25 

Interest and premium 3,683 42 

Pines 71 80 

Membership fees; loan fees 135 50 

Borrowed money 4,100 00 

Refunder insurance 124 65 

Due on loans 2,247 30 

Rents " 165 00 



Total $48,316 18 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $22,215 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 123 25 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 6,114 36 

Withdrawals, paid-up stock 11,975 00 

Eire insurance 14 50 

Dividends on paid-up stock 1,571 96 

Expenses — salaries 916 50 

Expenses— other purposes 222 85 

Borrowed money repaid 1,700 00 

Interest on borrowed money 99 45 

Insurance paid for borrowers 90 55 

Real estate 1,393 67 

Tax certificate 58 75 

Releasing mortgages 6 40 

Repairs on real estate 4 80 

State Building and Loan League.. 5 00 

Profit and loss 4 93 

Miscellaneous 31 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903, to bal. 2 30 

Total $48,316 18 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,165 41 

Loans on mortgage security 43,565 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 95 00 

Interest advanced to bank 68 65 

Furniture and fixtures 200 00 

Real estate (c'st price, value more) 2,284 55 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 58 75 

Due for insurance 50 40 

Delinquent interest and premium. 1,205 01 

Accrued fines and fees 27 89 

Total $49,320 66 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $12,874 05 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 29,125 00 

Undivided profit 974 31 

Borrowed money 4,100 00 

Due on loans 2,247 30 



Total $49,320 66 



Shares of stock in force, 1,942; shares loaned on, 461; membership, 149. 



60 



GIBSON" COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOME BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIA- 
TION OF PRINCETON. 
JOHN. W. EWING, President. G. J. WELBORN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $120 95 

Dues on running stock 7,423 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5,929 76 

Interest 2,039 90 

Total $15,513 61 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $850 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 10,009 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 1,643 02 

Expenses — salaries 155 00 

Expenses— other purposes 31 20 

Borrowed money repaid 800 00 

Interest on borrowed money 14 70 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,010 69 

Total $15,513 61 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $2,010 69 

Loans on mortgage security 28,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 19,379 24 

Total $49,389 93 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $44,176 23 
Undivided profit 5,213 70 



Total $49,389 93 



Shares of stock in force, 303; shares loaned on, 199; membership, 83. 



THE LOCAL BUILDING. LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIA- 
TION OF PRINCETON. 
S. F. GILMORE, President. J. K. McCOY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $13,756 75 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5 00 

Interest 259 50 

Premium 536 00 

Total $14,557 25 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,670 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 623 50 

Expenses — salaries 234 00 

Expenses— other purposes 6185 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 4,967 90 

Total $14,557 25 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $4,967 90 

Loans on mortgage security 8,665 00 

Total $13,632 90 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $13,133 25 
Undivided profit 499 65 

Total $13,632 90 



Shares of stock in force, 4S9; shares loaned on, 44; membership, 120. 



61 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE SOMERVILLE BUILDING, LOAN AND INVESTMENT 

ASSOCIATION OF SOMERVILLE. 

AUGUST HULBROKE, President. GEO. H. McGREGOR, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $39 88 

Dues on running stock 910 95 

Loans on rnort'ge security repaid. 300 00 

Loans on other security repaid 260 00 

Interest 254 63 

Fines 20 90 

Transfers 100 

Total $1,787 36 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $300 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 391 00 

Loans on other security 475 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 144 00 

Expenses— salaries 19 50 

Expenses— other purposes 8 10 

Last year's delinquents 38 05 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 411 71 

Total $1,787 36 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $411 71 

Loans on mortgage security 1,950 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,117 00 

Loans on other security 445 00 

Dues 165 10 

Total $4,088 81 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $3,849 23 

Fund for contingent losses 80 00 

Undivided profit 159 58 

Total $4,088 81 



Shares of stock in force, 77; shares loaned on, 55; membership, 24. 



GRANT COUNTY. 



THE AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

MARION. 

WM. KNIGHT, President. FRED WILLSON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $3,766 87 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 4,525 00 

Loans on rnort'ge security repaid. 14,400 00 

Interest 3,249 65 

Premium 3,249 65 

Fines 16 85 

Membership fees 1 50 

Total $29,209 52 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,500 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 6,359 09 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 11,967 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 3,228 26 

Expenses— salaries 756 85 

Borrowed money repaid 4.19S 32 

Interest on borrowed money 200 00 

Total $29,209 52 



Assets. 



Loans on mortgage security. 



$59,965 00 



Total $59,965 00 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $16,677 96 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 43,178 00 

Undivided profit 10 11 

Borrowed money 98 93 

Total $59,965 00 



Shares of stock in force, 1,112; membership, 195. 



62 



GRANT COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MARION HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP MARION. 

JOHN WILSON, President. GEO. A. MODLIN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $223 95 

Dues on running stock 817 31 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 5,812 85 

Interest 686 72 

Premium 343 36 

Fines 28 60 

Real estate 600 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 70 36 

Rent 100 95 

Penalty tax sales 13 95 

Total $S,698 05 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. $5,735 88 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,200 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits ;... 800 78 

Expenses— salaries 338 00 

Expenses— other purposes 47 73 

Overdraft 4 75 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 67 16 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 503 75 

Total $8,698 05 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $503 75 

Loans on mortgage security 7,600 00 

Total $8,103 75 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $2,486 19 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 700 00 

Deposits and dividends 3,245 43 

Undivided profits 1,489 92 

July dividends 182 21 

Total $8,103 75 



Shares of stock in force, 58; shares loaned on, 76; membership, 33. 



THE MARION MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF MARION. 

GEORGE A. SOUTHALL, President. W. L. LENFESTEY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $1,074 04 

Dues on running stock 1,553 30 

Loans on mortg'ge security repaid 1,482 04 

Interest 330 03 

Premium 330 04 

Pines 13 70 

Total $4,783 15 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. $3,326 94 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 662 94 

Expenses — salaries 60 00 

Expenses— other purposes 6 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 727 27 

■Total $4,783 15 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $727 27 

Loans on mortgage security 7,800 00 

Total $8,527 27 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $4,999 15 

Deposits and dividends 3,079 51 

Undivided profit 448 61 

Total $8,527 27 



Shares of stock in force, 148; shares loaned on, 78; membership, 24. 



63 



GREENE COUNTY. 



THE BLOOMFIELD BUILDING. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TION OF BLOOMFIELD. 
SIMON SMITH, President. THEO. PRINGLB, Secretary. 

Conditio)) June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $381 62 

Dues on running stock 18,576 19 

Deposits 1,780 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 11,206 85 

Loans on other security repaid 600 00 

Interest 2,645 39 

Premium 6,080 00 

Fines 196 00 

Forfeitures 3 44 

Membership fees 142 50 

Real estate 21199 

House rent 79 00 



Total $41,902 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $21,780 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 415 00 

Loans on other security 600 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 4,322 12 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 267 24 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 1,150 00 

Matured stock 8,800 00 

Expenses— salaries 446 00 

Fxpenses— other purposes 15191 

Interest, warrants and deposits... 408 38 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 20 34 

Real estate 211 99 

Premiums and loans paid off or re- 
funded 1,664 91 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,665 09 

Total $41,902 98 



Assets. 



Pash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,665 09 

Loans on mortgage security 63,350 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 415 00 

Real estate .' 567 11 

Due for insurance and taxes 28 34 

Total $66,025 54 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $45,434 89 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 6,617 91 

Deposits and dividends 3,992 00 

Matured stock 2,100 00 

Fund for contingent losses 393 58 

Undivided profit 6,467 16 

Due on loans 420 00 

Warrant on stock withdrawn 1,500 00 

Total $66,025 54 



Shares of stock in force, 1,507; shares loaned on, 636; membership, 191. 



64 



GKEENE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' MUTUAL BUILDING, LOAN 

AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF BLOOMFIELD. 

FRANCIS M. DUGGER, President. J. C. GILLIILAND, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,986 10 

Dues on running stock 9,843 30 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 3,960 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 13,274 09 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2.379 24 

Loans on other security repaid 2,845 60 

Interest 5,701 11 

Premium 542 75 

Fines : 200 82 

Membership fees 156 50 

Loan fees 227 90 

Real estate 410 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 144 83 

Rent and account _ 31 00 



Total $41,703 24 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $23,793 52 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,080 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 6,374 15 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 158 03 

Matured stock 2,500 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 25 40 

Expenses— salaries 312 00 

Expenses — other purposes 186 26 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 379 30 

Real estate 258 57 

Sheriff's certificates 985 37 

Cost of loans 243 15 

Attorney fees 13 50 

Interest refunded 12 60 

Safe 30 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,351 39 

Total $41,703 24 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,351 39 

Loans on mortgage security 69,444 11 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 8,390 00 

Loans on other security 1,000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 7165 

Real estate 1,436 00 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts 985 37 

Due for insurance and taxes 329 24 

Dues, interest and fines delinquent 1,301 25 

Total $S5,309 01 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $54,201 59 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 29,469 21 

Fund for contingent losses 878 07 

Due on loans 411 82 

Loans due 14 95 

Dues and interest paid in advance 333 37 



Total $S5,309 01 



Shares of stock in force, 1,613; shares loaned on, 777; membership, 268. 



65 



GKEENE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE SOUTHERN INDIANA MUTUAL BUILDING, SAVINGS AND 

LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BLOOMFIELD. 

C. E. DAVIS, President. OTTO F. HEROLD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,069 30 

Dues on running stock 21,938 67 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 12,950 00 

Loans on rnor'ge security repaid. 43,000 00 
Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 800 00 

Interest; premium 12,503 64 

Fines 510 73 

Membership fees 434 50 

Real estate 593 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 413 50 

Overdraft 2,598 06 

Costs refunded 48 62 

Total $97,860 02 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $54,951 28 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 250 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 12,174 77 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 7,962 27 

Matured stock 16,672 37 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 2,924 32 

Expenses— salaries 1,249 69 

Expenses — other purposes 1,119 73 

Borrowed money repaid 50 00 

Interest on borrowed money 32 69 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 321 29 

Real estate 151 61 

Total $97,860 02 



Assets. 



Loans on mortgage security $141,350 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 550 00 

Furniture and fixtures 50 00 

Real estate 4,458 24 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts 987 78 

Due for insurance and taxes 384 59 

Real estate sold on contract 246 00 

Total $148,026 61 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds On running stock $60,691 72 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 75,132 89 

Fund for contingent losses 3,750 00 

Undivided profit 2,198 26 

Due on loans 3,655 68 

Overdraft 2,598 06 

Total $148,026 61 



Shares of stock in force, 3,000; shares loaned on, 1,419; membership, 478. 



THE HOME LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF LINTON. 

W. J. HAMILTON, President. W. A. CRAIG, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,114 50 

Dues on running stock 3,215 58 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 11,975 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,424 00 

Interest 1,404 71 

Membership fees 95 00 

Loan fees 253 50 

Total $21,482 29 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $14,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 1,690 85 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,046 21 

Expense — salaries 200 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 4,545 23 

Total $21,482 29 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,545 23 

Loans on mortgage security 22,726 19 

Total $27,271 42 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $5,278 36 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 21,505 05 
Undivided profit 488 01 

Total $27,271 42 



Shares of stock in force, 719; shares loaned on, 224; membership, 156. 
5-B. & L. 



66 



GKEENE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE LINTON BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF LINTON. 

J. W. WOLFORD, President. . E. T. SHERWOOD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash .on hand June 30, 1902 $2,598 13 

Dues on running stock 3,135 70 

Total $5,733 83 

Disbursements. 

Matured stock $4,860' 50 

Expenses— salaries 65 00 

Expenses— other purposes 53 80 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 33 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 721 03 

Total $5,733 83 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $721 03 

Real estate and notes 600 00 

Loans 3,307 29 

Total $4,628 32 

Liabilities. 

Matured stock $4,628 S2 

Total $4,628 32 



THE OWENSBURG BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TION OF OWENSBURG. 

T. M. WAGGONER, President. C. M. GRAHAM, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $365 S4 

Dues on running stock 664 52 

Loans on other security repaid 78 50 

Interest 143 22 

Premium 75 00 

Fines 2 70 

Real estate 45 00 

Rent 29 50 

Total $1,404 28 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $185 12 

Loans on mortgage security 3.900 00 

Real estate 220 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 75 07 

Total $4,380 19 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $625 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds 300 85 

Matured stock 200 00 

Expenses — salaries , 65 00 

Expenses — other purposes 25 41 

Refund matured stock 2 90 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 185 12 

Total $1,404 28 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $4,220 18 

Fund for contingent losses 160 01 

Total $4,380 19 



Shares of stock in force, 69; shares loaned on, 39; membership, 22. 



67 



GKEENE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE GREENE COUNTY BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSO- 
CIATION OF WORTHINGTON. 
W. G. ROTH, President. E. B. MILLER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $35S 26 

Dues on running stock 4,087 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1.9d0 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,713 16 

Loans on sfk or pass b'k security 20 00 

Interest 1,321 12 

Fines 6 50 

Membership fees 29 50 

Refunder insurance and taxes 11 14 

Transfers 1 75 

Total $11,498 43 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,331 77 

Loans on other security 700 00 

Withd'Is of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 1,646 12 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 942 97 

Expenses— salaries 250 00 

Expenses — other purposes 48 25 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 20 14 

Pines overcharged 40 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,558 78 

Total $11,498 43 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,558 78 

Loans on mortgage security 13,200 00 

Loans on other security 700 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 9 00 

Total $16,467 78 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $11,225 78 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 5,240 55 
Undivided profit 1 45 



Total $16,467 78 



Shares of stock in force, 403; shares loaned on, 132; membership, 94. 



THE WORTHINGTON BUILDING ASSOCIATION OP 

WORTHINGTON. 

H. J. BAKEE, President. S. H. CARNAHAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,989 75 

Dues on running stock 2,543 76 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 3,250 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 8,891 24 

Interest 1,603 56 

Premium 693 57 

Pines 69 75 

Membership fees 14 25 

Real estate 278 99 

Total $20,334 87 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $6,100 00 

Withd'Is of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 4,032 28 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 4,584 60 

Matured stock , 1,500 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 264 00 

Expenses — salaries 255 40 

Expenses— other purposes 55 70 

Real estate 403 70 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,139 19 

Total $20,334 87 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,139 19 

Loans on mortgage security 17,395 78 

Real estate 4,243 38 

Total $24,778 35 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $8,598 14 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 15,335 63 
Undivided profit 844 56 

Total $24,778 35 



Shares of stock in force, 750; shares loaned on, 259; membership, 132. 



68 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



THE INDIANA LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NOBLESVILLE. 
JOHN THOM, President. CALVIN GRANGER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. . 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,964 84 

Dues on running stock 50,856 69 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 17,900 00 

Interest * 5,697 93 

Fines 126 50 

Rents 95 00 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 

Due on loans 916 69 

Appraisers' fees 45 00 

Passbooks 33 50 

Miscellaneous 390 38 

Total $81,526 53 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $36,600 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 220 00 

Withd'Is of run'g st'k and div'ds. 35,837 87 

Expenses — salaries 985 50 

Expenses— other purposes 495 09 

Borrowed money repaid 2,537 50 

Interest on borrowed money 20 91 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 132 38 

Interest on withdrawals 31 20 

Appraisers' fee 25 50 

Costs 78 62 

Dues on loan, '02, paid '03 818 79 

Overpaid on loans 4 75 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,738 42 

Total $81,526 53 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,738 42 

Loans on mortgage security 98,500 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 220 00 

Furniture and fixtures 200 00 

Total $102,658 42 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $98,191 91 

Undivided profit 2,049 82 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 

Due on loans 916 69 

Total $102,658 42 



Shares of stock in force, 3,360: shares loaned on, 1,066; membership, 547. 



THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF 

SHERIDAN. 

N. W. COWGILL, President. T. L. HARRIS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $267 50 

Dues on running stock 143 65 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 21o 96 

Interest 117 18 

Premium 32 73 

Total $777 02 



Disbursements. 



Withd'Is of run'g st'k and div'ds.. $9 00 
Withdrawals, paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and dividends 465 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 126 00 

Expenses— other purposes 6 27 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 170 75 

Total $777 02 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $170 75 

Loans on mortgage security 2,900 00 

Delinquent premiums .-. 19 75 

Delinquent interest 59 27 

Total $3,149 77 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $504 13 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 2,552 54 
Undivided profit 93 10 



Total $3,149 77 



Shares of stock in force, 52; shares loaned on, 23; membership, 12. 



69 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



THE GREENFIELD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

GREENFIELD. 

VINCENT C. EARLY, President. JOHN CORCORAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $6,046 00 

Dues on running stock 22,077 40 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1,500 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 20,684 00 

Interest 359 02 

Pines 56 17 

Membership fees 34 00 

Loan fees 247 25 

Real estate 1,504 50 

Rents 76 00 



Total $52,584 34 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $24,425 00 

Loans on other security, mortgage 

note 3,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds 12.781 34 

Withdrawals, paid-up stock 2,500 00 

Matured stock 900 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 165 11 

Expenses — salaries 531 00 

Expenses— other purposes 251 29 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 41 67 

Real estate 72 99 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 7,915 94 

Total $52,584 34 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $7,915 94 

Loans on mortgage security 61,749 00 

Loans on other security 3,173 00 

Furniture and fixtures 340 00 

Real estate 536 57 

Due for insurance and taxes 41 67 

Interest due 167 52 

Fines due 23 20 

Total $73,946 90 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $67,473 23 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 4,989 50 
Fund for contingent losses 1,484 17 



Total $73,946 90 



Shares of stock in force, 2,231; shares loaned on, 638; membership, 188. 



THE HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GREENFIELD. 

GEO. W. DUNCAN, President. GEO. H. COOPER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,983 45 

Dues on running stock 1,443 82 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 5,660 00 

Interest 702 74 

Premium 459 56 

Fines 55 00 

Total $10,304 57 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals of running stock $706 44 

Matured stock ." 1,258 25 

Dividends on running st'k matured 541 75 

Expenses— salaries 200 00 

Expenses — other purposes 50 00 

Interest on withdrawn stock 54 93 

Unearned premium and int. rec'd. 11 64 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 7,526 06 

Total $10,304 57 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $7,526 06 

Loans on mortgage security 4,975 00 

Total $12,501 06 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $9,103 99 
Undivided profit 3,397 07 



Total $12,501 06 



Shares of stock in force, 119; shares loaned on, 34. 



70 



HANCOCK COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SHIRLEY. 

CHAS. W. BOUSLOG, President. BENJ. L. BYRKET, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1908. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $731 50 

Interest 32 29 

Membership fees 14 25 

Borrowed money 500 00 

Total $1,278 04 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,231 00 

Interest on borrowed money 11 69 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 35 35 

Total $1,278 04 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $35 35 

Loans on mortgage security 2,031 00 

Total $2,066 35 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $1,491 78 

Undivided profit 39 06 

Borrowed money 535 51 

Total $2,066 35 



Shares of stock in force, 110; shares loaned on, 2,700; membership, 17. 



HAKKISON COUNTY. 



THE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CORTDON. 

V. H. BULLEIT, President. S. PFRIMMER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $27,455 74 

Dues on running stock 11,576 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 800 00 

Deposits 2,789 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 63,412 00 

Interest 4,278 68 

Membership fees 18 00 

Real estate 4,500 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 159 97 

Rent 205 00 

Box rent 13 20 

Total $105,207 59 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $43,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 3,113 40 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 25,029 51 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 2,971 00 

Expenses— salaries 1,232 00 

Expenses — other purposes 156 15 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 142 20 

Fees returned 3 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 29,559 83 

Total $105,207 59 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $29,559 83 

Loans on mortgage security 42.566 00 

Loans on other security 10,000 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 66 74 

Total $82,192 57 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $9,076 53 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 65,948 50 

Deposits and dividends 2,156 32 

Fund for contingent losses 5,000 00 

Undivided profit 11 22 

Total $82,192 57 



Shares of stock in force, 1,506; shares loaned on, 615; membership, 352. 



71 



HENDKICKS COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSO- 
CIATION OF DANVILLE. 
JOSEPH W. FERREE, President. MAUD L. DOWNARD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,065 46 

Dues on running stock 3,114 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 5,700 00 

Interest 712 00 

Premium 125 00 

Membership fees 21 50 

Real estate rent 195 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 12 00 

Total $10,945 46 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 8,890 31 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 400 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 96 00 

Expenses — salaries 165 00 

Expenses— other purposes 29 39 

Real estate 181 00 

Returned premiums 180 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3 76 

Total $10,945 46 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3 76 

Loans on mortgage security 8,550 00 

Real estate 2,381 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 34 69 

Interest owing 12 50 

Total $10,981 95 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $8,977 81 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 1,500 00 
Undivided profit 504 14 



Total $10,981 95 



Shares of stock in force, 129: shares loaued on, 46; membership, 37. 



THE PLAINFIELD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

PLAINFIELD. 

JOS. E. PREWITT, President. G. G. CUMBERWORTH, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $111 20 

Dues on running stock 5,755 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 7,215 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5,045 00 

Interest 1,700 42 

Pines 47 76 

Membership fees 55 25 

Borrowed money 10,352 03 

Refunder insurance and taxes 6 00 

Total $30,287 91 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,475 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 528 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 5,488 10 

Matured stock 10,321 86 

Expenses— salaries 110 00 

Expenses— other purposes 55 10 

Borrowed money repaid 5,273 57 

Interest on borrowed money 35 32 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 96 

Total $30,287 91 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $0 96 

Loans on mortgage security 20,780 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 158 00 

Total $20,938 96 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $13,508 67 

Undivided profit 773 83 

Borrowed money 6,656 46 

Total $20,938 96 



Shares of stock in force, 467; shares loaned on, 215; membership, 94. 



72 
HENRY COUNTY. 



THE HENRY COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

NEW CASTLE. 

W. C. BOND, President. MARTIN L. KOONS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $7,693 38 

Dues on running stock 25,792 70 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 22,100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,150 00 

Interest 4,633 26 

Premium 192 78 

Pines 25 49 

Membership fees 97 25 

Borrowed money 5,000 00 

Total $68,684 86 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $19,300 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,225 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 23,057 92 

Matured stock 5,309 39 

Expenses— salaries 735 45 

Expenses— other purposes 71 40 

Borrowed money repaid 5,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 112 33 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 13,873 37 

Total $68,684 86 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $13,873 37 

Loans on mortgage security 68,100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 275 00 

Furniture and fixtures 105 00 

Total $82,353 37 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $79,754 08 

Undivided profit .' 689 64 

Dividends not credited 1,909 65 

Total $82,353 37 



Shares of stock in force, 2,145. 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



THE INDUSTRIAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF 
HUNTINGTON. 

W. E. BARTLETT and J. M. BARKER, Presidents. 

WILLIS A. JONES, Secretary. 
Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $992 44 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1,920 00 

Interest 24 25 

Membership fees 57 75 

Appraisers' fees 4 50 

Addie M: Blocker 9 75 

Total $3,008 69 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,100 00 

Expenses— salaries 88 33 

Expenses— other purposes 512 70 

Addie M. Blocker (refunded) 9 75 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 297 91 

Total $3,008 69 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $297 91 

Loans on mortgage security 2,100 00 

Loss 514 53 

Total $2,912 44 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $992 44 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 1,920 00 



Total. 



2,912 44 



Shares of stock in force, 615; shares loaned on, 21; membership, 51. 



73 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



THE JACKSON COUNTY HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

BROWNSTOWN. 

O. S. BROOKE, President. J. R. KENT, Secretary. 

Condition Jnne 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $145 90 

Dues on running stock 3,820 41 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 8,700 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,525 00 

Interest 1,620 13 

Loan fees 45 00 

Borrowed money '. 4,700 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 100 23 

Recorder's fee 19 50 

Pass books 8 00 

Total $20,684 17 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,275 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 830 91 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 7,900 00 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 1,051 93 

Expenses— salaries 75 00 

Expenses — other purposes 22 00 

Borrowed money repaid 4,475 00 

Interest on borrowed money 282 69 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 29 13 

Legal services 84 00 

Recorder's fees 19 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 639 01 

Total $20,684 17 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $639 01 

Loans on mortgage security 21,440 00 

Loans on other security 1,400 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 29 13 

Total $23,508 14 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $8,334 20 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 9,725 00 

Undivided profit 748 94 

Borrowed money 4,700 00 

Total $23,508 14 



Shares of stock in force, 531: shares loaned on, 205; membership, 128. 



THE MUTUAL BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSO- 
CIATION OF BROWNSTOWN. 
FRANK FALK, President. D. B. VANCE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $101 39 

Dues on running stock 10,056 31 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 8,875 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 900 00 

Interest 2,296 00 

Fines 8 80 

Refunder insurance and taxes 1,000 00 

Delinquent dues . 42 00 

Delinquent interest 22 00 

Total $23,301 50 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,650 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,075 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k -and div'ds 1,838 53 

Matured stock 7,900 00 

Expenses— salaries 274 50 

Expenses— other purposes 85 90 

Interest 379 17 

Paid on loan from last report 1,500 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 598 40 

Total $23,301 50 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $598 40 

Loans on mortgage security 29,700 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'ksecurity 1,365 00 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts 249 99 

Total $31,913 39 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $16,862 74 
Undivided profit 15,050 65 



Total $31,913 39 



Shares of stock in force, 741; shares loaned on, 215; membership, 125. 



74 



JACKSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

SEYMOUR. 

WM. P. MASTERS, President. WM. F. PETER, Secretary. 

Condition June 3<X 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $1,513 63 

Dues on running stock 56,004 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 47,745 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 480 00 

interest } ,|4 45 

Premium a,o;so zu 

Fines if^ hi. 

Membership fees dui zo 

Total $116,816 46 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,665 67 

Loans on mortgage security 139,585 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 15,095 00 

Furniture and fixtures 60 00 

Profit and loss 146 23 

Total $157,551 90 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $27,900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,620 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds 20,210 77 

Matured stock 42,300 00 

Expenses — salaries 776 00 

Expenses— other purposes 655 10 

Borrowed money repaid 20,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 636 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 52 92 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,665 67 

Total $116,816 46 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k.. $157,551 90 



Total $157,551 90 



Shares of stock in force, 4,658; shares loaned on, 1,574; membership, 623. 



THE HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION OP SEYMOUR. 

CHARLES LEIN1NGER, President. C. C. FREY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $104 38 

Dues on running stock 7,540 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1,300 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 25,400 00 

Interest 2,676 00 

Fines 113 50 

Membership fees 65 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 10 25 

Rent 9 | 50 

Transfer ^ y& 

Total $37,305 58 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $13,850 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 10,996 25 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 8,500 00 

Expenses — salaries 195 00 

Expenses— other purposes 359 15 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 26 07 

Int. paid on paid-up st'k withd'ls. 3,324 43 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 54 68 

Total $37,305 58 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $54 68 

Loans on mortgage security 36,194 50 

Real estate 2,737 00 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm ts 2,425 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 122 26 

Total $41,533 44 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $14,554 43 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 26,300 00 
Undivided profit 679 01 



Total $41,533 44 



Shares of stock in force, 644; membership, 118. 



75 



JASPER COUNTY. 



THE PERPETUAL BUILDING. LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF REMINGTON. 
SAMUEL BOWMAN, President. ROBERT PARKER, Secretary- 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 


Disbursements. 


Cash on hand June 30, 1902 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 


$591 86 
3,294 40 
6,800 00 
7,600 00 
2,444 26 
1,935 60 
31 55 
75 


Loans on mortgage security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 

Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 


$5,400 00 
12,001 44 

4,442 30 
185 00 




Cash on hand June 30, 1903.... 
Total 




669 68 










Total 


$22,698 42 


$22,698 42 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $669 68 

Loans on mortgage security 43,078 74 

Real estate 450 13 

Total $44,198 55 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $11,260 86 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 22,200 00 

Fund for contingent losses 986 26 

Undivided profit 9,751 43 

Total $44,198 55 



Shares of stock in force, 355; shares loaned on, 220; membership, 61. 



JAY COUNTY. 



THE FIRST BUILDING AND LOAlS T ASSOCIATION OF PORTLAND. 

JOHN W. HEADINGTON, President. GEO. W. HALL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $112 96 

Dues on running stock 9,044 94 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 2,500 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,548 41 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 20 00 

Interest 1,906 22 

Fines 4 60 

Real estate 156 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 19 18 

Rents 243 78 

Total $16,556 09 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,869 82 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 6,482 68 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 162 00 

Matured stock 200 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 324 00 

Expenses — salaries 102 50 

Expenses— other purposes 69 55 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 14 89 

Real estate 37 58 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 393 07 

Total $16,556 09 



Assets. 


Liabilities. 


Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Due for insurance and taxes 


$393 07 

29,120 74 

505 00 

100 00 

6,521 77 

43 82 


Dues and div'ds on running stock $28,784 40 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 7,900 00 


Total 


$36,684 40 


Total $36,684 40 



Shares of stock in force, 845; shares loaned on, 184; membership, 160. 



76 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING ASSOCIATION, No. 3, OF MADISON. 

WM. H. MILLER, President. MILO J. BOWMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $16 84 

Due on running stock 14,518 45 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 5,940 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 280 00 

Interest 1,905 33 

Fines 74 76 

Membership fees 21 80 

Borrowed money 1,150 00 

Real estate 425 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 266 70 

Personal accounts 486 77 

Rent 9020 

Suspense account 31 27 

Total $25,207 12 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,102 73 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 512 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 7,294 70 

Matured stock 3,297 23 

Expenses— salaries 187 50 

Expenses— other purposes 88 83 

Borrowed money repaid 1,720 00 

Interest on borrowed money... 21 71 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 166 20 

Real estate 431 17 

Personal accounts 521 01 

Repairs real estate 77 36 

Suspense account 3 78 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,782 90 

Total $25,207 12 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,782 90 

Loans on mortgage security 31,653 14 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 369 00 

Furniture and fixtures 6195 

Real estate 1,395 92 

Due for insurance and taxes '.. 238 23 

Personal accounts 34 24 

Delinquent dues and interest 841 66 

Total $37,377 04 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $35,865 61 

Fund for contingent losses 100 00 

Undivided profit 593 04 

Borrowed money 500 00 

Dues and interest paid in advance 318 39 



Total $37,377 04 



Shares of stock in force, 1,544; shares loaned on, 291; membership, 225. 



THE HANOVER BUILDING AND AID ASSOCIATION OF HANOVER. 

GEO. SCHNEIDER, President. JOSHUA B. GARRITT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $4,366 70 

Dues on running stock 9,446 89 

Loans on rnor'ge security repaid. 2,902 12 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 625 00 

Loans on other security repaid — 2,040 70 

Interest 2,193 25 

Premium 15 00 

Forfeitures of dividends 18 94 

Pass books 1 25 

Refunder insurance and taxes 15 33 

From fund for contingent losses. . 10 69 

Total $21,635 87 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,050 44 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 175 00 

Loans , on other security 1,534 98 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. i 8,810 62 

Matured stock 800 00 

Expenses— salaries 252 00 

Expenses— other purposes 206 67 

Interest on withdrawals 60 22 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers.' 4 80 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 - 741 14 

Total $21,635 87 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $741 14 

Loans on mortgage security 31,260 04 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 100 00 

Loans on other security 9,230 26 

Total $41,369 24 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock, 

Fund for contingent losses ..... 

Undivided profits ■. ..; 



$40,528 75 

835 11 

5 38 



Total ...,.,.."... ^41,369 24 

■ ■■■ *^~ 



Shares of stock in force, 404; shares loaned on, 152; membership, 151. ' 



77 



JEFFERSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE GERMAN BUILDING AND AID ASSOCIATION, No. G, OF 

MADISON. 

WM. F. DIBDERICH, President. . GEO. KELLER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $5,773 74 

Dues on running stock 39,299 30 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 24,809 08 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 6,164 60 

Interest 6,300 13 

Fines 29 78 

Membership fees 70 00 

Real estate 1,496.85 

Ref under insurance and taxes 336 57 

Rents 531 75 

Sheriff's certificates 450 00 

Transfers 6 50 

Miscellaneous 3 90 

Total $85,272 20 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $17,327 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 3,035 00 

Loans on other security 15,297 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 24,392 79 

Matured stock 16,000 00 

Expenses— salaries 671 00 

Expenses— other purposes 802 71 

Interest repaid 12 60 

Ius. and taxes paid for borrowers. 620 84 

Real estate 624 51 

Taxes unpaid last report 116 26 

Loss on real estate 727 14 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 5,645 35 

Total $85,272 20 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,645 35 

Loans on mortgage security 77,678 12 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 2,242 59 

Loans on other security 24,869 43 

Furniture and fixtures 150 00 

Real estate 10,092 40 

Due for insurance and taxes 1,893 25 

Dues, interest and fines in arrears 969 84 

Total $123,540 98 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $118,719 17 

Undivided profit 1,476 53 

Dues and interest paid in advance 3,345 28 



Total $123,540 



Shares of stock in force, 810.2; shares loaned on, 153.4; membership, 503. 



78 



JEFFERSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION, No. 5, OF MADISON. 

JAS. STEWART, President. JAS. A. WILLEY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $4,917 29 

Dues on running stock 43,450 94 

Rents 120 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 23,148 63 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 11,647 00 

Bills received 1,159 01 

Interest 7,862 59 

Premium 144 09 

Fines 40 

J., M. & I. R. R. bonds 653 00 

Membership fees 60 45 

Mortgages canceled 3 60 

Bills payable 4,000 00 

Real estate 1,522 80 

Discounts 33 95 

Attorney's fees 135 00 

Personal accounts 12,727 36 

Suspense accounts 3 95 

Capital stock 36 15 

. ; '"'■ Total $111,626 21 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $7,701 39 

Loans on mortgage security S6,560 10 

Loans on st'k or pass b*k security. 17,310 92 

Bills received 11,830 67 

Furniture and fixtures 82 01 

Rents 35 00 

J., M. & I. bonds 16,37150 

Personal accounts 6,072 57 

Dues, int. and premium delinquent 1,571 95 

Total $147,536 11 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $22,070 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 6,435 00 

Bills received 8,750 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 24,855 63 

Taxes 252 10 

Matured stock 17,776 00 

Expenses — salaries 745 00 

Expenses — other purposes 14151 

Bills payable 4,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money from 

interest account 396 55 

Suspense account 35 

Rents 75 00 

Personal accounts 12,533 35 

Attorney's fees 135 00 

Capital stock 271 05 

Premiums 61 61 

Reserve fund 706 67 

J.. M. & I. bonds 4,720 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 7,701 39 

Total $111,626 21 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $142,713 14 

Fund for contingent losses 1,349 88 

Due on loans, suspense, interest, 

premium and discount » . 332 79 

Suspense account 38 55 

Dues, interest and premium paid 

in advance 3,034 19 

Personal accounts 67 56 

Total $147,536 11 



Shares of stock in force, 881; shares loaned on, 165; membership, 



THE MADISON BUILDING AND AID ASSOCIATION, No. 8, OF 

MADISON. 

A. J. GRAYSON, President. L. M. ROBINSON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Loans on other security repaid — 

Interest 

Membership fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Rents 

Miscellaneous 



$15,552 19 
44,867 74 
11,505 00 

6,241 50 

10,873 88 

6,257 37 

98 25 

6,300 00 

550 00 

241 48 

44 25 

186 72 



Total $102,718 38 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $9,133 95 

Loans on mortgage security 52,400 70 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 7,670 17 

Loans on other security 64,050 95 

Furniture and fixtures 250 00 



Total $133,505 77 



Shares of stock in force, 796; shares loaned on, 196; membership, 615. 



79 



JEFFEKSOX COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MITE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, No. 1, OF 

MADISON. 
WATSON N. BROWN, President. SIMEON E. LELAND, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902. $13,481 23 

Dues "on running stock 36,546 48 

Loans on mortgage, stock or pass 

book security repaid 28,394 02 

Interest 5,503 99 

Premium 116 00 

Fines 15 00 

Membership fees 52 55 

Dividends 178 72 

Real estate 150 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 322 25 

Rents 35 25 

Suspense 2 64 

Total $84,798 13 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage, stock or pass 

book security $38,819 75 

Withdrawals 33,701 12 

Withdrawals, dividends 3,754 83 

Expenses— salaries 716 00 

Expenses — other purposes 130 13 

Interest 193 72 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 219 46 

Real estate 656 40 

Suspense 4 65 

Premium 78 30 

Taxes 282 60 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 6,241 17 

Total $84,798 13 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $6,241 17 

Loans on mortgage, stock, pass 

book or other security 98,622 19 

Real estate 3,268 41 

Due for insurance and taxes 63 70 

Total $108,195 47 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $92,924 46 

Dividends 11,757 76 

Assets over liabilities 3,513 25 

Total $108,195 47 



Shares of stock in force, 1..442. 



THE NORTH MADISON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

NORTH MADISON. 

GEO. W. BALL, President. F. H. AUSTIN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1003. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $786 OS 

Dues on running stock 2,711 60 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 950 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 755 00 

Interest 489 77 

Premium 125 63 

Membership fees 3 30 

Total $5,821 38 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security... $1,775 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k securitv 70 0Q 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 901 29 

Expenses— salaries 57 20 

Expenses— other purposes 60 86 

Sinking fund 961 25 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,995 78 

Total $5,821 3S 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,995 78 

Loans on mortgage security 8,075 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k securitv 160 00 

Sinking fund 961 25 

Delinquent dues, int. and premium 86 62 

Total $11,278 65 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $11,236 77 
Undivided profits 41 88 



Total $11,278 65 



Shares of stock in force, 257; shares loaned on, 155; membership, 48. 



80 



JENNINGS COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, No. 7, OF 

NORTH VERNON. 

VOLNBY C. MELOY, President. FRANK B. LITTLE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $497 22 

Dues on running stock 10,310 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,550 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 200 00 

Interest 2,556 70 

Premium 20 00 

Fines 53 60 

Membership fees 75 50 

Loan fees 42 00 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Total $17,305 02 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $298 90 

Loans on mortgage security 41,852 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 470 00 

Total $42,620 90 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,052 00 

Loans on sfk or pass b'k security 470 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,648 92 

Matured stock 4,475 00 

Expenses— salaries 66 00 

Expenses— other purposes - 6 50 

Borrowed money repaid 1,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 159 35 

Loan fees 42 00 

Interest on matured stock 86 35 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 298 90 

Total $17,305 02 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $33,033 32 

Fund for contingent losses 2,144 50 

Undivided profits 5,943 08 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 

Total $42,620 90 



Shares of stock in force, 787; shares loaned on, 423; membership, 139. 



THE NORTH VERNON BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF NORTH VERNON. 

WM. B. PRATHER, President. WM. S. CAMPBELL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,736 51 

Dues on running stock 18,425 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 11,975 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,600 00 

Interest 2,107 99 

Premium 2,108 00 

Fines , 45 10 

Membership fees 184 50 

Rents 175 00 

Dues, interest and premium paid 

in advance 202 70 

Transfer fees 9 00 

Total -.... $40,568 SO 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $6,495 01 

Loans on mortgage security 46,140 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 900 00 

Real estate 1.879 71 

Delinquent dues, int. and premium 256 90 

Total $55,671 62 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $16,250 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 2,400 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds 3,563 53 

Matured stock 11,200 00 

Expenses — salaries 205 00 

Expenses— other purposes 43 16 

Real estate 9 40 

Dues, interest, premium, paid in 

advance, taken up 402 70 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 6,495 01 

Total $40,568 80 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $50,444 00 
Undivided profit, delinquent added 4,739 88 
Dues, interest and premium paid 
in advance 487 74 



Total $55,671 62 



Shares of stock in force, 1,662; shares loaned on, 537; membership, 280. 



81 



JENNINGS COUNTY— Continued. 



THE JENNINGS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF VERNON. 

S. W. STOREY, President. F. P. PRECKING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $213 22 

Dues on running stock 8,612 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 4,645 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 2,340 00 

Interest 1,982 44 

Premium 660 81 

Fines 18 40 

Membership fees 65 00 

Borrowed money 4,025 00 

Real estate 423 30 

Total $22,985 17 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,025 00 

Loans on stock, pass book or other 

security 1.730 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 4,590 92 

Matured stock 7,000 00 

Expenses— salaries 92 00 

Expenses— other purposes 27 52 

Borrowed money repaid 4,100 00 

Interest on borrowed money 293 55 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903. 126 18 

Total $22,985 17 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $126 18 

Loans on mortgage security 24,876 72 

Loans on stock, pass book or other 

security 7,270 00 

Total $32,272 90 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $26,797 90 
Borrowed money 5,475 00 



Total $32,272 90 



Shares of stock in force, 695; shares loaned on, 439; membership, 171. 



THE VERNON BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF VERNON. 

HENRY HARMON, President. NICHOLAS EITEL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $447 53 

Dues on running stock 2,807 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,399 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,015 00 

Interest 786 84 

Fines 29 10 

Membership fees 25 00 

Borrowed money 8,315 00 

Transfer fees 2 00 

Total $15,826 47 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $300 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,100 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,881 46 

Matured stock 6,500 00 

Expenses— salaries 74 00 

Expenses— other purposes 5 48 

Borrowed money repaid 4,980 00 

Interest on borrowed money 523 73 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 461 80 

Total $15,826 47 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $461 80 

Loans on mortgage security 8,036 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,527 00 

Total $12,024 80 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $5,650 07 

Undivided profits 239 73 

Borrowed money 6,135 00 

Total $12,024 80 



Shares of stock in force, 205; shares loaned on, 143; membership, 55. 
6— B. & L. 



82 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



THE EDINBURG BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
EDINBURG. 

A. W. WINTBRBERG, President. M. A. ROTH, Secretarj 

Condition June 30. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $1,519-50 

Total $1,519 50 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,519 50 



Total $1,519 50 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,519 50 



Total $1,519 50 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $1,519 50 



Total $1,519 50 



Shares of stock in force, 478. 



THE FRANKLIN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

FRANKLIN. 

DAVID H. MILLER, President. SAML. A. WILSON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,934 71 

Dues on running stock 9,730 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 14,402 50 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 320 60 

Interest 2,276 27 

Membership fees 61 25 

Transfer fees H 15 00 

Real estate 1,915 00 

Error in dividends 31 36 

Total $32,686 94 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,175 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 200 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,343 37 

Matured stock 13,011 86 

Expenses — salaries 100 00 

Expenses— other purposes 18 03 

Interest refunded 1 54 

Real estate 6,665 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,172 14 

Total $32,686 94 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,172 14 

Loans on mortgage security 21,915 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 10 00 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 

Real estate sold on title bond S.680 00 

Total $32,877 14 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $32,811 81 
Undivided profits 65 33 



, Total $32,877 14 



Shares of stock in force, 717; shares loaned on, 277; membership, 150. 



83 



JOHNSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

FRANKLIN. 

W. H. YOUNG, President. W. S. YOUNG, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $11,773 24 

Dues on running stock 36,889 46 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 16,895 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 774 00 

Interest 7,93185 

Fines 13 20 

Membership fees 219 75 

Transfer fees 39 75 

Borrowed money 11,000 00 

"eal estate 8,599 00 

Kef under insurance and taxes 256 05 

Total $94,391 30 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $15,885 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,269 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 13,071 67 

Matured stock 42,017 75 

Expenses— salaries 325 00 

Expenses— other purposes 79 50 

Borrowed money repaid 7,020 00 

Interest on borrowed money 199 52 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 221 66 

Real estate 10,743 20 

Rent 75 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,484 00 

Total $94,391 30 



Assets. 



Liabilities. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,484 00 

Loans on mortgage security 76,281 36 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 1,380 00 

Furniture and fixtures 195 25 

Real estate 31,474 02 

Due for insurance and taxes 672 12 

Total $113,486 75 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $94,715 59 

Deposits and dividends 11,067 87 

Undivided profits 3,525 54 

Borrowed money 4,177 75 

Total $113,486 75 



Shares of stock in force, 2,976; shares loaned on, 968; membership, 616. 



THE GREENWOOD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

GREENWOOD. 

JNO. W. HENDERSON, President. JAS. T. GRUBBS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $176 50 

Dues on running stock 10,647 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 10,445 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 3,689 43 

Interest 4,451 16 

Premium 1,687 57 

Fines 189 30 

Membership fees 8 50 

Borrowed money 12,184 25 

Ref under insurance and taxes 86 25 

Recording and releasing 2 25 

Total $43,567 96 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,045 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5,439 50 

Withdrawals of running stock 4,989 25 

Withdrawals, interest 2,689 23 

Expenses— salaries 634 50 

Expenses— other purposes 206 06 

Borrowed money repaid 18,534 25 

Interest on borrowed money 1,939 80 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 29 55 

Rebate of premium 60 39 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 43 

Total $43,567 96 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $0 43 

Loans on mortgage security 46,929 09 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5,356 14 

Due for insurance and taxes 157 92 

Series to series 13,014 25 

Total $65,457 83 



Liabilities. 



Dues $35,461 50 

Undivided profits 10,257 08 

Bills payable 6,725 00 

Series to series 13,014 25 

Total $65,457 83 



Shares of stock in force, 760; membership, 249. 



84 



KNOX COUNTY. 



THE BICKNELL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

BICKNELL. 

W. D. LEMBN, President. JOHN S. HOOVER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $987 93 

Dues on running stock 3,459 11 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 2,200 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,749 63 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 110 00 

Interest 1,084 90 

Fines 24 00 

Membership fees 35 50 

Refunder insurance and taxes 17 35 

Transfer fees 3 00 

Total $10,671 42 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,327 79 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 749 69 

Matured stock 3,572 51 

Expenses— salaries 24 00 

Expenses— other purposes 14 10 

Interest refunded 14 00 

Taxes paid for borrowers 17 35 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 951 9S 

Total $10,671 42 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $951 98 

Loans on mortgage security 14,313 68 

Furniture and fixtures 7 00 

Due for insurance and recording.. 9 00 

Total $15,281 66 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $9,239 71 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 6,033 83 
Undivided profits 8 12 



Total $15,281 66 



Shares of stock in force, 764; shares loaned on, 154; membership, 



THE HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF VINCENNES. 

ANTHONY M. YELTON, President. HENRY J. BOECKMANN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Membership fees 

Total 



$1,006 97 


24,970 75 


27,300 00 


27,150 00 


300 00 


8,957 20 


3 25 



$89,688 17 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $55,750 00 

AVithd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 18,305 09 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 14,102 66 

Expenses— salaries 718 00 

Expenses— other purposes 53 00 

Costs, attorney's fees, sheriff's cer- 
tificates 167 35 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 592 07 

Total $89,688 17 



Assets. 


Liabilities. 


Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $592 07 

Loans on mortgage security 132,200 00 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 867 35 


Dues and div'ds on running stock. $57,773 08 

. Paid-up and prep'd st'k. and div'ds 72,690 00 

Undivided profits 3,196 34 




Total $133,659 42 





Shares of stock in force, 2,739: shares loaned on, 1,324; membership, 281. 



85 



KNOX COUNTY— Continued. 



THE KNOX BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIA- 
TION OF VINCENNES. 
ISAAC LYONS, President. CHARLES G. MATHESIE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,533 45 

Dues on running stock 4,543 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,100 00 

Interest 715 20 

Membership fees 1 50 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Real estate 350 00 

Rents 360 00 

Total $9,603 65 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 5,860 15 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 120 00 

Expenses— salaries „'.", , 239 00 

Expenses— other purposes •. ..r. -179 69 

Cash on haud June 30, 1903, a... ;, m .l,.204 8i 

Total -, $9,603 65 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,204 81 

Loans on mortgage security 11,850 00 

Real estate : 4,290 93 

Delinquent interest 231 75 

Total $17,577 49 



Liabilities. 



Dues on running stock $11,661 50 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 3,300 00 

Undivided profits- 1,615 99 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Total $17,577 49 



Shares of stock in force, 443; shares loaned on, 119; membership,- 53. '■ 



THE PEOPLE'S SAVINGS, LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION 

OF VINCENNES. ' ~~~~ t .- ■-■:■ ' 

H. BROKHAGE, President. J. L. BUCKLES, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. - i 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,653 79 

Dues on running stock 91,179 60 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 63,300 00 

Interest 13,779 95 

Membership fees 43 00 

Real estate 1,710 37 

Refunder 89 35 

Rent 84 75 

Refunder real estate improvem'ts. 317 68 

Total .$174,158 49 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $76,700 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 84,938 40 

Withdrawals, paid-up stock........ 7,000 00 

Dividends on paid-up stock 2,356 20 

Expenses— salaries 1,377 00 

Expenses— other purposes 150 45 

Real estate improvements 228 45 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,407 99 

Total .$174,158 49 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,407 99 

Loans on mortgage security 189.800 00 

Real estate 188 62 

Due for taxes * 141 47 

Interest delinquent 141 70 



Total $191,679 78 



Liabilities., 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $159,601 50 

Paid-up stock 28,400 00 

Deposits and dividends unpaid..... 994 00 

Undivided profits 2,542 58 

Interest unpaid 141 70 



Total '.$191,679 7S 



Shares of stock in force, 4,616; shares loaned on, 1,898; membership, 729. 



86 



KNOX COUNTY— Continued. 



THE VINCENNES AND KNOX COUNTY BUILDING, LOAN FUND 

AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF VINCENNBS. 

CHRISTIAN HOFFMAN, President. LOUIS A. MEYER, Secretary. 

Condition June SO. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $454 40 

Dues on running stock 62,446 50 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 42,700 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 115,040 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid ■ 7,862 80 

Interest 18,008 30 

Real estate 4,325 00 

Refunder Insurance and taxes 71 85 

Profit sale of real estate 200 00 

Rents 240 00 

Certificates repaid 2,563 40 

Judgments repaid 1,709 15 

Total $255,621 40 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $126,445 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,921 95 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 55,745 50 

Withdrawals, paid-up stock 51,600 00 

Withdrawals, dividends 9,782 10 

Expenses — salaries 986 00 

Expenses— other purposes 415 55 

Ins. aud taxes paid for borrowers. 201 10 

■Real estate 525 00 

Judgments 1,194 20 

Certificates 510 80 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 294 20 

Total $255,621 40 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $294 20 

Loans on mortgage security 252,940 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 8,580 40 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 1,233 45 

Due for insurance and taxes 204 85 

Accrued interest stock loans 510 65 

Dues delinquent 188 75 

Interest delinquent 1,970 60 

Total $265,922 90 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $124,049 00 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 135.S50 00 

Dividends 2,915 00 

Fund for contingent losses 1,500 00 

Undivided profits 1,417 70 

Dues prepaid 67 25 

Interest prepaid 123 95 

Total $265,922 90 



Shares of stock in force, 6,687; shares loaned on, 2,530; membership, 926. 



THE WABASH BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

VINCENNES. 

EDWARD H. SMITH, President. HENRY W. ALEXANDER, Secretary. 

Condition Jnoe 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $632 56 

Dues on running stock 4,129 64 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 960 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 9,775 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 160 00 

Loans on other security repaid 400 00 

Interest 1,800 39 

Total $17,857 59 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends -3 

Dividends on paid-up, prep'd st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2. 

Total 



800 00 
150 00 
605 24 

500 00 

730 44 
182 50 
38 75 
850 61 



$17,857 59 



Assets. 


Liabilities. 


Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,850 61 

Loans on mortgage security 22,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 550 00 


Dues and div'ds on running stock. $13,404 09 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 11,250 00 
Undivided profits 746 52 


Total $25,400 61 


Total $25,400 61 



Shares of stock in force, 547; shares loaned on, 223; membership, 



87 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



THE HOME LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF WARSAW. 
WM. D. WOOD, President. JOHN N. RUNYAN, Secretary- 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $497 56 

Dues on running stock 757 43 

Deposits v 4,000 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,845 30 

Interest 529 78 

Premium 529 78 

Fines 322 30 

Real estate 317 20 

Miscellaneous 140 71 

Total $19,940 06 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,228 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,837 17 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 7,693 70 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 246 24 

Expenses— salaries 486 68 

Expenses— other purposes 26 48 

Interest on borrowed money 256 62 

Real estate 122 72 

Tax title 30 05 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 12 40 

Total $19,940 06 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $12 40 

Loans on mortgage security 4,607 20 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,600 00 

Loans on other security 2,508 00 

Furniture and fixtures 15 00 

Real estate 1,225 60 

Miscellaneous 70 20 

Total $10,038 40 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $5,482 07 

Deposits and dividends 1,000 00 

Undivided profits 3,399 21 

Advance interest 18 74 

Advance dues 17 70 

Interest 120 68 

Total $10,038 40 



Shares of stock in force, 201; shares loaned on, 101; membership, 26. 



THE PEOPLE'S LOAN AND SAYINGS ASSOCIATION OF WARSAW. 

CALVIN W. BURKET, President. GEO. W. BENNETT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $1,083 40 

Deposits 1,487 83 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 26,255 00 

Loans on other security repaid 260 00 

Interest 1,113 10 

Premium 1,113 09 

Fines 46 55 

Real estate 1,366 75 

Furniture and fixtures 1,211 43 

Total ■. $33,937 15 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $9,511 45 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 4,438 63 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 19,141 45 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 815 53 

Real estate 30 09 

Total $33,937 15 



Assets. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security $50 00 

Loans on other security 40 00 

Real estate 2,964 64 

Total $3,054 64 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $1,764 00 
Deposits and dividends 1,290 64 



Total. 



?,054 64 



Shares of stock in force, 70; membership, 10. 



88 



LAKE COUNTY. 



THE HAMMOND BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF HAMMOND. 

W. C. BBLMAN, President. A. F. W. FBDDBR, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 ., ... $2,118 80 

Dues on running stock-. . . 48,582 75 

Loans on ruort'ge security repaid. 26,598 75 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid — ■■■ 1,94100 

Interest 8,957 20 

Mnes 421 60 

Membership fees 360 33 

Borrowed money 493 40 

Real estate 92 38 

Books ...:.... 44 00 

., , s Total $89,610 21 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $35,272 08 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 6,160 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 25,344 16 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,800 00 

Matured stock and dividends 13,500 00 

Expenses — salaries 872 00 

Expenses— other purposes 526 21 

Interest on borrowed money 517 64 

Borrowed money repaid 3,280 00 

Shortage 41 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,337 71 

Total $89,610 21 



Assets. ' 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 ' $2,337 71 

Loans on mortgage security 112,553 21 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 6,189 70 

Furniture and fixtures 129 30 

Real estate.. _ 1,189 61 

Total - • .$122,399 53 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $99,987 50 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 263 25 

Undivided profits 15,056 38 

Borrowed money 7,092 40 

Total $122,399 53 



ShfareS of Istock in force, 3,572; shares loaned on, 1,190; membership, 521. 



THE HOME BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

HAMMOND. 

WALTER H. HAMMOND, President. ALBERT MAACK, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cashtai hand June 30, 1902 $250 77 

- Dues on running stock 11,088 76 

Loans on rnort'ge security repaid. 6,200 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 

curitv repaid 2,235 00 

Interest 3,474 66 

Fines 43 06 

Membership fees 91 00 

Borro wed- money _.... 9,500 00 

Transfer fees 17 25 

Total $32,900 50 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $54 47 

Loans on mortgage security 37,050 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,030 00 

Furniture and fixtures 8185 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $26,225 91 

Undivided profits 5,990 41 

Borrowed money 7,000 00 



Total $39,216 32 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 958; shares loaned on, 428; membership, 130. 



$39,216 32 



89 



LAPOETE COUNTY. 



THE MUTUAL LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF LAPORTE". 

E. C. HOW, President. A. H. PIEGLOW, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $549 57 

Dues on running stock 11,945 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,650 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 19,210 00 

Interest 1,853 17 

Fines 38 65 

Forfeitures 21 75 

Membership fees 97 00 

Overdraft 201 39 

Total $36,567 28 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $6,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 24,898 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,815 68 

Matured stock 2.625 60 

Expenses— salaries 112 50 

Expenses — other purposes 115 50 



Total $36,567 28 



Assets. 



Loans on mortgage security $23,875 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 15,293 00 
Furniture and fixtures 72 00 

Total $39,240 00 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $38,631 87 

Fund for contingent losses. 176 10 

Undivided profits 230 64 

Overdraft 201 39 

Total $39,240^00 



THE MICHIGAN CITY LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF 

MICHIGAN CITY. 

ELIJAH F. BEHAN, President. ISIDORE I. SPIRO, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $7,895 07 

Dues on running stock 56,390 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 28,570 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 

curi ty repaid 815 00 

Interest 9,785 83 

Premium 1,690 87 

Fines 26 95 

Membership fees 445 70 

Borrowed money 10,000 00 

Ref under insurance and taxes 8 10 

Transfer fees 9 80 

Pass books 17 20 

Interest on bank balance 57 945 

Total $115,692 48 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $52,950 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,360 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 11,488 35 

Matured stock 31,900 00 

Expenses— salaries 975 00 

Expenses — other purposes 430 79 

Borrowed money repaid 10,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 165 33 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 8 10 

Cash on hand June 30. 1903. 6,414 91 



Total $115,692 48 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $6,414 91 

Loans on mortgage security 166,060 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5,965 00 
Furniture and fixtures 97 69 

Total $178,537 60 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $151,410 00 

Fund for contingent losses 7 00 

Undivided profits 27,120 60 

Total $178,537 60 



Shares of stock in force, 4,959; shares loaned on, 1,429; membership, 631. 



90 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



THE BEDFORD BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF BEDFORD. 

GEORGE C. CAMPBELL, President. THOS. G. GLOVER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $921 02 

Dues on running stock 17,206 82 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 4,393 60 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 680 00 

Interest - 2,276 71 

Fines 24 45 

Membership fees 97 50 

Borrowed money 14,000 00 

Real estate 700 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 10 80 

Rents on real estate 117 75 

Judgments 148 72 

Accounts 490 30 

Notes for real estate sold 2,202 21 

Mortgages 3 20 

Total $43,273 08 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,372 50 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 4,856 15 

Matured stock 16,150 00 

Expenses— salaries 589 80 

Expenses — other purposes 791 65 

Borrowed money repaid 12,500 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 10 80 

Taxes on real estate 135 13 

Street improvements 27 10 

Insurance 8 90 

Cash on hand June 30,1903 831 05 



Total $43,273 08 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $831 05 

Loans on mortgage security 37,700 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 150 00 

Furniture and fixtures 207 20 

Real estate 3,667 58 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 166 65 

Delinquent dues and interest 1.650 00 

Accounts 230 35 

Notes for real estate 6,038 84 

Total $50,641 67 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. 

Fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money 



Total. 



$40,116 98 

24 69 

10,500 00 



,641 67 



Shares of stock in force, 1,149; shares loaned on, 377; membership, 227. 



91 



LAWEENCE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MITCHELL BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF MITCHELL. 

CHAS. W. COLEMAN, President. N. P. MARTIN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Treasurer's account June 30, 1902.. $835 18 

Dues on running stock 9,661 38 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 3,424 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1.087 67 

Interest 1.247 68 

Fines 170 75 

Real estate 104 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 7 56 

Insurance 4 21 

Foreclosure 30 00 

Tax certificates 34 46 

Total $16,606 89 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,233 33 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,256 29 

Matured stock 5,300 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits .,,..,.,. 156 00 

Expenses — salaries 300 00 

Expenses— other purposes 95 81 

Tax certificates 71 12 

Fines, interest and dues refunded. 20 70 

Treasurer's accounts 2,173 64 

Total $16,606 89 



Assets. 



Treasurer's account June 30, 1903.. $2,173 64 

Loans on mortgage security 31.380 00 

Real estate 307 20 

Due for insurance and taxes 17 33 

Tax certificates 100 99 



Total $33,979 16 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $27,175 16 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 6,804 00 



Total $33,979 16 



Shares of stock in force, 769 24-100; shares loaned on, 259; membership, 162. 



MADISON COUNTY. 



THE ALEXANDRIA LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ALEXANDRIA. 

CHARLES H. GIPE, President. JOHN SHANNON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $76 8S 

Dues on running stock 50 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 95 00 

Interest 32 00 

Premium 54 74 

Rents 186 30 

Total $494 92 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $150 00 

Expenses 108 49 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 236 43 

Total $494 92 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $236 43 

Loans on mortgage security 595 2S 

Furniture and fixtures 87 24 

Real estate 2,103 47 

Due for insurance and taxes 9 00 

Total $3,031 42 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. 
Undivided profits 



$2,535 75 
495 67 



Membership, 10. 



Total $3,031 42 



92 



MADISON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE ANDERSON LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ANDERSON. 

...ELLIOTT. LEE, President.. — CHARLES H. EWING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $17,952 78 

Dues on running stock 410,737 61 

Bank's and trust companies 87,500 00 

Certificates of deposit 364.471 49 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 205,400 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 20,555 00 

First mortgage bonds redeemed. 2,000 00 

Gravel roads bonds redeemed.;'. . 2,059 94 

Street improvem't b'ds redeemed 4,974' 61 

Pines 931 40 

Office building 496 45 

Pass books 364 50 

Application fees 291 50 

First mortgage notes purchased. 894 20 

Real estate 929 92 

Profit on sales of real estate 1,652 08 

Refunder insurance and taxes 82 62 

Interest — 

On mortgage notes purchased.. 320 84 

On pass book loans 1,268 04 

On street improvement bonds.. 1,723 34 

On gravel road bonds 2,112 06 

On money in banks and trust 

companies 2,633 23 

On first mortgage bonds 2,776 25 

On mortgage loans 49,783 14 



Total $1,181,911 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $309,100 00 

Loans' on st'k or pass b'k sec'y.. 24,430 00 

Loans on other security 35,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds 356,103 90 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prep'd 

stock and dividends 337,379 50 

Withd'ls, deposits and dividends 560 77 

Mortgage notes purchased 11,353 50 

Accrued int. on mortgage notes 

purchased : 43 89 

Premium on mortgage notes pur- 
chased 30 00 

Expenses— salaries 5,812 00 

Expenses — other purposes 606 57 

Gravel road bonds 38,183 92 

Premium on gravel road bonds.. 718 82 
Accrued interest on gravel road 

bonds 657 55 

Street improvement bonds 1,456 25 

Sheriff's certificates 185 23 

Real estate, general account- 
Costs 45 83 

Insurance 179 27 

Furniture 50 00 

First mortgage bonds 35,000 00 

Premium on first mortgage bonds 4,205 60 
Accrued interest on first mort'ge 

bonds 268 82 

Interest refunded 34 74 

Interest on certificate deposits... 1,402 92 

Fee for increase capital stock — 51 50 

Losses on sales of real estate — 32 21 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 19,018 21 

Total $1,181,911 00 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $19,018 21 

Loans on mortgage security 875,800 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k sec'y.. 19.108 00 

Office building 9,277 73 

Furniture and fixtures 250 00 

Real estate 1,012 73 

Sheriff ' s certificates 185 23 

First mortgage notes 12,585 92 

Money on interest with banks... 68,000 00 

Street improvement bonds 26,143 69 

Gravel road bonds 58,314 84 

First mortgage bonds 73,000 00 

Total $1,162,696 35 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on run'g stock. .$1,012,148 65 

Certificates of deposit 98,900 16 

Undivided profits 51,647 54 



Total $1,162,696 35 



93 



MADISON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FRANKTON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

FRANKTON. 

EDWARD FRANK, President. HOWARD L. KING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $603 15 

Dues on running stock 1,378 90 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,692 83 

Loans on other security repaid 50 00 

Interest 493 85 

Premium 244 24 

Pines 43 55 

Membership fees 3 05 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 16 66 

Transfer fee 25 

Special meeting fee 1 75 

Total $5,528 23 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security $2,400 00 

Loans on other security 50 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

withdrawals paid-up 1,425 41 

Dividends on paid-up 268 60 

Expenses— salaries 89 15 

Expenses— other purposes 14 24 

Borrowed money repaid 1,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 17 53 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 21 46 

Cash on hand June JO, 1903 __ 241 84 

Total $5,528 23 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $241 84 

Loans on mortgage security 7,097 05 

Total $7,338 89 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $4,412 98 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 2,800 00 

Undivided profit 125 91 

Total •• $7,338 89 



Shares of stock in force, 199; shares loaned on, 83; membership, 74. 



THE PENDLETON' LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PENDLETON. 

WALTER H. LEWIS, President. WM. E. BROWN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,544 23 

Dues on running stock 17,678 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 8,650 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,625 00 

Loans on other security repaid 5.010 78 

Interest 3,581 51 

Fines 86 95 

Membership fees 104 25 

Transfers 5 50 

Discounts 59 36 

Total $38,345 83 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,270 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,450 00 

Loans on other security 4,629 70 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 22,867 84 

Expenses — salaries 321 00 

Expenses — other purposes 34 10 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 773 19 



Total $38,345 83 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $773 19 

Loans on mortgage security 39,845 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 725 00 

Loans on other security 8,618 92 

Furniture and fixtures 125 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 5 05 

Interest accrued 138 59" 

Total $50,230 75 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $49,897 50 

Fund for contingent losses 213 16 

Undivided profit 120 09 



Total $50,230 75 



Shares of stock in force, 1,426; shares loaned on, 431; membership, 274, 



94 



MAKION COUNTY. 



THE ADVANCE SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

CHAS. MORBACH, President. F. M. HUEBBR, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $6,185 98 

Dues on running stock 22,514 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 8,167 20 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,305 27 

Interest 2,393 06 

Premium 807 30 

Membership fees 94 00 

Real estate 592 33 

Rent 653 00 

Total '. $45,712 39 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,535 69 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,793 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 7,146 00 

Matured stock 16,900 00 

Expenses— salaries 1,674 50 

Expenses— other purposes 347 16 

Real estate 758 63 

Overpaid dues, interest and pre- 
mium prepaid 226 68 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 7,330 73 

Total $45,712 39 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $7,330 73 

Loans on mortgage security 23,510 69 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5,256 00 

Real estate 18,476 85 

Accrued interest 70 00 

Total $54,644 27 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $52,204 65 

Fund for contingent losses 2,438 50 

Undivided profit 1 12 

Total $54,644 27 



Shares of stock in force, 1,653; shares loaned on, 424; membership, 221. 



THE AETNA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

RICE T. BATES, President. HOWARD KIMBALL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $7,420 11 

Dues on running stock 30,250 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 2,200 00 

Deposits 26,458 33 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 56,127 31 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,575 00 

Interest 11,486 45 

Premium 2,339 65 

Membership fees 82 25 

Real estate 5,957 01 

Refunder insurance and taxes and 

legal and real estate expense 1,245 88 



Total $148,141 99 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $51,077 40 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,585 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 30,594 72 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 924 00 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 11,876 74 

Matured stock 32,140 30 

Expenses— salaries 3,384 17 

Expenses— other purposes 941 47 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers and legal and real estate 

expense 998 65 

Real estate 176 96 

Fund ex. returned 115 10 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 12,327 48 

Total $148,141 99 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $12,327 48 

Loans on mortgage security 156,448 38 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,965 00 

Real estate 26,485 50 

Due for insurance and taxes, inter- 
est and premium 2,740 18 

Total $199,966- 54 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k. .$140,611 15 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 14,875 00 

Deposits and dividends 24,258 33 

Fund for contingent losses 14,773 24 

Undivided profit 3,864 59 

Advance payments 1,584 23 

Total $199,966 54 



Shares of stock in force, 450; shares loaned on, 450: membership, 299, 



§5 



MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 

THE AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

D. W. COFFIN, President. JESSE SUMMERS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $6,839 13 

Dues on running stock 5,666 33 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 600 00 

Deposits 1,746 90 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 23,225 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 256 00 

Interest 2,686 76 

Premium 2,686 77 

Fines 130 00 

Real estate 1,436 10 

Refunder insurance and taxes. . — ' 220 01 

Sundries 194 72 

Judgments and trust deeds 1,298 63 

Sales on contract 438 00 

Miscellaneous interest 158 57 



Total $47,582 92 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,200 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,420 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 20,325 81 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 10,900 00 

Expenses— salaries 1,709 50 

Expenses— other purposes 599 71 

Borrowed money repaid, profit and 

loss 897 70 

Int. on borrowed money, sundries 227 72 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 242 09 

Real estate 869 30 

Int. on installments withdrawn... 165 09 

Interest on prepaid stock 996 40 

Interest on paid-up stock 1,096 23 

Discount 12 30 

Judgments and trust deeds 835 54 

Miscellaneous 7 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 6,078 53 

Total $47,582 92 



Assets. 



Clash on hand June 30, 1903 $6,078 53 

Loans on mortgage security 35,096 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,375 00 

Real estate 19,591 11 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 7,656 69 

Due for insurance and taxes 82 28 

Miscellaneous 24 



Total $70,879 85 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $38,711 14 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 26,040 92 

Fund for contingent losses 4,628 20 

Sales on contract 1,159 59 

Personal accounts 340 00 

Total...: $70,879 85 



Shares loaned on, 401. 



THE ARSENAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

J. H. TAYLOR, President. E. H. SHEDD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, iy03. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,290 00 

Dues on running stock 6,756 77 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,265 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 250 00 

Interest 1,590 15 

Premium 642 38 

Membership fees 25 25 

Refunder insurance and taxes 15 25 

Deferred payments on real estate. 58 30 

Total $12,893 10 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,200 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 2,947 77 

Expenses— salaries 302 00 

Expenses— other purposes 39 01 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 15 25 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 4,389 07 



Total $12,893 10 



Assets, 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,389 07 

Loans on mortgage security 25,600 00 

Furniture and fixtures 180 00 

Deferred payments on real estate 

sold contract 506 42 

Total $30,675 49 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $29,440 09 
Undivided profit 1,235 40 



Total $30,675 49 



Shares of stock in force, 696; shares loaned on, 264; membership, 81. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE BIG POUR BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS'. 

WYMOND J. BECKETT, President. WM. WHITSON, Secretary; 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $118 79 

Dues on running stock 562 01 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 750 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 6,453 69 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 150 00 

Premium 1,895 96 

Fines 1 40 

Real estate 3,275 67 

Refunder insurance and taxes 15 53 

Overdraft 185 19 

Rents 973 55 



Total $14,381 79 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $616 07 

Loans on mortgage security 12,891 72 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 550 00 

Furniture and fixtures 300 00 

Real estate 22,498 31 

Uncollected interest and premium 1,045 38 

Total $37,901 48 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $58 51 

Withdrawals of running stock 5,652 22 

Withd'ls, paid-up and prep'd st'k. 500 00 

Withdrawals, dividends 1,658 63 

Matured stock 2,000 00 

Div'ds on p'd-up and matured st'k 727 26 

Expenses — salaries : . . . 708 00 

Expenses— other purposes 659 57 

Borrowed money repaid 750 00 

Interest on borrowed money and 

withdrawals 655 47 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers and repairs real estate.. 220 96 

Real estate 175 10 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 616 07 

Total $14,381 79 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $15,404 05 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 11,900 00 

Deposits and dividends 5,903 59 

Matured stock 1,200 00 

Fund for contingent losses 2,037 94 

Borrowed money 1,455 90 

Total $37,901 48 



Shares of stock in force, 450; shares loaned on, 132; membership, 65. 



THE CELTIC SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, No. 3, OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

JAMES H. DEERY, President. J. R. WELCH, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $12,033 27 

Dues on running stock 175,371 23 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 109,950 00 
Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,354 95 

Interest 30,725 31 

Membership fees 458 25 

Borrowed money 30,700 00 

Total $366,593 01 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $34,463 42 

Loans on mortgage security 487,337 56 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,664 89 
Real estate 2,231 09 

Total $528,696 96 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $129,436 05 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,623 05 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 130,203 44 

Matured stock 33,786 44- 

Expenses— salaries 2,294 00 

Expenses— other purposes 459 00 

Borrowed money repaid 30,700 00 

Interest on borrowed money €27 61 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 34,463 42 

Total $366,593 01 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k. .$517,398 33 
Fund for contingent losses 11,298 63 



Total $528,696 96 



Shares of stock in force, 7,064; shares loaned on, 2,189; membership, 1,619. 



97 

MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 

THE CENTER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 
HENRY T. CONDE, President. GEO. R. WALES, Secretary 

Condition .Time 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $7,596 63 

Dues on running stock 8,003 58 

Rents 144 35 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 4,100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,725 00 

Interest 1,634 78 

Premium 491 12 

Fines 42 42 

Membership fees 52 75 

Borrowed money 500 00 

Real estate 2,001 00 

Insurance 14 25 

Releases 1 20 

Taxes 16 90 

Total $29,323 98 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,211 51 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,205 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 10.191 64 

Matured stock 3,568 97 

Expenses — salaries 1,158 42 

Expenses — other purposes 182 93 

Borrowed money repaid 2,100 00 

Interest on borrowed money 41 67 

Insurance 14 00 

Guarantee bond 25 00 

Real estate repairs 267 50 

Taxes 50 39 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,306 95 

Total $29,323 98 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,306 95 

Loans on mortgage security 22,481 64 

Loan's on st'k or pass b'k security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts 

Guarantee bonds 

Fines unpaid 

Premium unpaid 

Interest unpaid 

Total $27,514 10 



590 00 


79 31 


1,916 36 


50 00 


6 25 


10 51 


16 12 


56 96 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running 
Fund for contingent losses. 

Undivided profit 

Borrowed money 

Premiums (overpaid) 

Interest (overpaid) — 



stock 



Total. 



Shares of stock in force, 446; shares loaned on, 210; membership, 



,402 44 
277 95 

1 31 
800 00 

6 72 
25 68 



,514 10 



THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

HENRY BECKER, President. L. D. BUENTING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $6,686 35 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 35 00 

Interest 350 80 

Premium 57 70 

Fines 5 10 

Membership fees 62 75 

Borrowed money 7,250 00 

Total $14," 447 70 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $250 20 

Loans on mortgage security 7,900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 120 00 

Total $8,270 20 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 155 00 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 40 70 

Expenses — salaries 206 50 

Expenses — other purposes 115 00 

Borrowed money repaid 5,650 00 

Interest on borrowed money 130 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 250 20 

Total $14,447 70 



Liabilities. 



Dues aud div'ds on running stock $6,645 65 

Undivided profit 24 55 

Borrowed money 1,600 00 

Total $S,270 20 



Shares of stock in force, 229; shares loaned on, 34; membership, 83. 
7-B. & L. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE COLLEGE AVENUE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

W. D. COOPER, President. F. C. GARDNER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $15,166 15 

Dues on running stock 43,721 95 

Loans on inort'ge security repaid. 10,794 00 
Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,003 97 

Interest 8,172 72 

Premium 436 24 

Fines 30 

Membership fees 209 50 

Total $80,504 83 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $34,094 40 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,969 50 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 13,497 05 

Matured stock 13,186 14 

Expenses— salaries 1,556 00 

Expenses— other purposes 233 06 

Interest on borrowed money 1,559 74 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 8,408 94 

Total $80,504 83 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $8,408 94 

Loans on mortgage security 116,940 74 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 11,159 78 

Total $136,509 46 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k. .$122,192 78 

Fund for contingent losses 1,719 33 

Undivided profit 12,597 35 

Total $136,509 46 



Shares of stock in force, 1,595; shares loaned on, 490; membership, 447. 



THE COMMONWEALTH LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

A. H. NORDYKE, President. CHARLES E. DARK, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,748 13 

Dues on running stock 736 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 10,750 00 

Interest 1,594 62 

Premium 950 69 

Fines 2 64 

Real estate 721 21 

Total $17,503 29 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. $13,135 76 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposit s 1,535 64 

Expenses— salaries 361 00 

Expenses — other purposes 470 95 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,999 94 

Total $17,503 29 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $22,386 51 

Fund for contingent losses 855 32 

Undivided profit 1,081 24 

Total $24,323 07 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,999 94 

Loans on mortgage security 13,992 45 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,650 00 

Furniture and fixtures 178 50 

Real estate 6,502 18 

Total $24,323 07 



Shares of stock in force, 485; shares loaned on, 210; membership, 62. 



99 



MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE CRESCENT LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

D. B. HOLMAN, President. L. V. FLEMING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $236 95 



Total. 



$236 95 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $47 30 

Loans on mortgage security 3,150 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 205 00 

Furniture and fixtures 15 00 

Real estate 80 58 

Vernon Insurance Company 60 00 

Profit and loss 3,698 52 

Total $7,256 40 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. $9 01 

Expenses— salaries 125 00 

Expenses— other purposes 50 64 

Miscellaneous 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 47 30 

Total $236 95 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $3,156 98 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 3,856 25 

Interest and premium 242 17 

Special deposit 10" 

Total $7,256 40 



THE DEPOSIT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

J. B. PHILLIPS, President. W. A. ZUMPFE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,274 78 

Dues on running stock 9,815 58 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 8,578 00 

Interest 525 56 

Premium 1,459 13 

Fines 478 64 

Total $24,131 69 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,550 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 8,578 00 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 525 08 

Expenses— salaries 1,300 00 

Expenses— other purposes 321 00 

Account charged profit and loss... 438 99 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,418 62 

Total $24,131 69 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,418 62 

Loans on mortgage security 11,961 50 

Total $15,380 12 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $14,717 68 
Undivided profit 662 44 

Total $15,380 12 



Shares of stock in force, 12,606; shares loaned on, 9,568; membership, 291. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE DIME SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

N. N. MORRIS, President. CARLETON McCULLOUGH, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1908. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,079 29 

Dues on running stock 48,840 07 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 11,174 30 

Interest 1,640 77 

Premium 81 10 

Real estate 920 00 

Total $63,735 53 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,077 55 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 47,666 81 

Expenses— salaries 780 00 

Expenses — other purposes 769 64 

Real estate 59 15 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 5,382 38 

Total $63,735 53 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,382 38 

Loans on mortgage security 26,212 30 

Real estate 410 99 

Total $32,005 67 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $28,814 30 

Fund for contingent losses 1,465 68 

Undivided profit 1,725 69 



Total $32,005 67 



THE DOWNEiY STREET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 4. OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

J. T. WARNER, President. PETER OHLEYER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $418 50 

Dues on running stock 9,023 85 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,719 05 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,000 00 

Interest 1,628 60 

Fines 2 25 

Transfer 25 

Loans to other associations repaid 2,800 00 

Total $18,592 50 



Loans on mortgage security $9,600 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,800 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 589 95 

Expenses— salaries 300 00 

Expenses— other purposes 34 25 

Loans to other associations 4,000 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,268 30 

Total $18,592 50 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,268 30 

Loans on mortgage security 29,725 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 5.590 00 

Loans to other associations 4,600 00 

Total ' $41,183 30 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $41,183 30 



Total $41,1S3 30 



Shares of stock in force, 313; membership, 101. 



101 
MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE DOWNEY STREET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 
No. 5, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

J. T. WARNER, President. PETER OHLEYER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $272 25 

Dues on running stock 6,648 95 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,138 75 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 755 00 

Interest 1.010 85 

Pines 2 75 

Membership fees, transfer 1 50 

Loans to other associations paid.. 1,000 00 

Total $11,830 05 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $573 55 

Loans on mortgage security 17,225 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,760 00 

Due to other associations 3,500 00 

Total $26,058 55 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,800 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,505 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 767 25 

Expenses— salaries 240 00 

Expenses— other purposes 36 25 

Borrowed money repaid 900 00 

Interest on borrowed money 8 00 

Loans to other associations 2,000 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 573 55 

Total $11,830 05 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $26,058 55 



Total $26,058 55 



Shares of stock in force, 231; membership, 



THE EAST END SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

GEO. PATE, President. L. D. BUENTING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 


Disbursements. 


Cash oh hand June 30, 1902 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 


$932 07 

7,796 25 

2,125 00 

1,615 00 

1,511 00 

61 90 

40 

7 50 

2,050 00 

$16,099 12 


Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 


$1,600 00 

770 00 

4.822 54 

4,000 00 

212 00 






40 00 


Caslron hand June 30, 1903 

Total 


4,150 00 




40 46 




464 12 


Total 


$16,099 12 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $464 12 

Loans on mortgage security 16,300 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 940 00 

Total $17,704 12 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $15,804 10 
Undivided profit 1,900 02 



Total $17,704 12 



Shares of stock in force, 286; shares loaned on, 36; membership, 78. 



102 



MAEIOE" COUNTY— Continued. 



THE EAST MICHIGAN STREET BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO- 
CIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 
ANTON H. WIESB, President. CHARLES R. JONES, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $934 00 

Interest 9 72 

Premium 3 24 

Membership fees 40 25 

Money advanced 90 00 

Total $1,077 21 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $500 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 50 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 20 00 

Expenses— other purposes 135 70 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 371 51 

Total $1,077 21 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $371 51 

Loans on mortgage security 500 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 50 00 

Total $921 51 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $914 00 
Undivided profit 7 51 



Total. 



$921 51 



Shares of stock in force, 155; shares loaned on, 5; membership, 44. 



THE EQUITABLE SAVINGS' AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

WM. F. BARROWS, President. L. G. DYNES, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $8 90 

Real estate 5,915 12 

Furniture and fixtures 17 33 

Rents 137 92 

Undivided profits (interest on ad- 
vancements to stockholders to 

pay for real estate, etc.) 82 55 



Total. 



3,161 82 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends; withdrawals, paid-up 

and prepaid stock and dividends $82 23 

Expenses— salaries ' 80 82 

Expenses— other purposes 396 28 

Interest on borrowed money 71 75 

Undivided profits — losses on r. est. 3,330 12 

Bills payable 700 00 

Undivided profits — losses on furni- 
ture and fixtures 12 33 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,488 29 

Total $6,161 82 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,488 29 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 178 00 

Real estate 312 97 

Bills receivable 9 68 

Profit and loss loss 3,849 72 

Total $5,838 66 



Liabilities. 



Dues and dividends on running 
stock; paid-up and prepaid stock 
and dividends $5,838 66 



Total $5,838 66 



Shares of stock in force, 150; shares loaned on, 11; membership, 36. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FIDELITY BUILDING AND SAVINGS UNION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

JAS. R. HENRY, President. ROBT. S. McMEANS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,233 49 

Dues on running stock 452 80 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,575 25 

Interest 479 10 

Premium 159 70 

Pines 1 50 

Real estate 6,763 80 

Profit and loss 242 14 

Miscellaneous withd'wals returned 232 02 

Distribution common st'k returned 3 35 

Total $13,143 15 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,520 99 

Loans on mortgage security 10,873 50 

Real estate 3,054 85 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts 800 00 

Due for insurance and taxe's 463 50 

Bills receivable 1,218 09 

Total $19,930 93 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. $1,215 75 

Expenses — salaries 586 14 

Expenses— other purposes 181 29 

Interest on withdrawals 51 42 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 60 54 

Real estate 648 48 

Miscellaneous withdrawals 50 00 

Loss 1,490 92 

Distribution dividends 4,817 37 

Interest and premium returned 520 25 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,520 99 

Total $13,143 15 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $19,930 93 



Total $19,930 93 



Shares of stock in force, 1,208; shares loaned on, 164; membership, 213. 



THE No. 2 FIDELITY BUILDING AND SAVINGS UNION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

JAS. R. HENRY, President. ROBT. S. McMEANS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $6,071 14 

Dues on running stock Ill 20 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,500 00 

Interest 110 55 

Premium 36 87 

Real estate 4,659 49 

Profit 240 29 

Miscellaneous withddr'ls returned 200 95 



Total $12,930 49 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,171 63 

Loans on mortgage security 3,075 00 

Loans on other security 25,124 40 

Real estate 1,789 26 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts 250 00 

Total $33,410 29 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $902 70 

Expenses — salaries 586 14 

Expenses— other purposes 183 47 

Interest on withdrawals 115 48 

Real estate 216 72 

Loss 704 26 

Miscellaneous withdrawals 214 02 

Interest and premium returned 579 02 

Distribution common stock 6,097 05 

Distribution debenture stock 160 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,171 63 

Total $12,930 49 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $32,750 20 

Debenture stock 224 00 

Bills payable 305 96 

Bills payable, insurance and taxes 130 13- 

Total $33,410 29 



Shares of stock in force, 1,259; shares loaned on, 96; membership, 266. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE No. 3 FIDELITY BUILDING AND SAVINGS' UNION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

JAS. B. HENRY, President. ROBT. S. McMEANS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $6,2S4 72 

Loans on inort'ge security repaid. 700 00 

Real estate 2.159 90 

Profit 276 44 

Interest on withdrawals returned 3 47 



Total. 



,424 53 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $318 00 

Expenses — salaries 586 16 

Expeuses— other purposes .- - 167 61 

Interest on withdrawals 29 23 

Real estate 428 57 

Loss 176 46 

Interest and premium returned 102 77 

Distribution common stock 6,448 52 

Distribution debenture stock 400 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 767 21 

Total $9,424 53 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $767 21 

Loans on mortgage security 1,450 00 

Loans on other security 11,664 00 

Real estate 9,845 17 

Due for insurance and taxes 3,373 67 

Total $27,100 05 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $25,447 22 

Debenture stock 680 00 

Bills payable 972 83 

Total $27,100 05 



Shares of stock in force, 1,532; shares loaned on, 83; membership, 292. 



THE No. 4 FIDELITY BUILDING AND SAVINGS UNION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

JAS. R. HENRY, President. ROBT. S. McMEANS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,420 91 

Dues on running stock 80 41 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,940 00 

Interest 72 00 

Premium 24 00 

Fines 13 60 

Real estate 12,913 78 

Profit 546 86 

Insurance refunded 7 00 

Taxes refunded 128 26 

Miscellaneous withdr'als returned 299 14 

Total $18,445 96 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $690 80 

Expenses— other purposes 153 26 

Interest on withdrawals 19 34 

Real estate 2,044 54 

Loss 3,S06 10 

Miscellaneous withdrawals 260 23 

Interest and premium returned 355 57 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 11,116 12 

Total $18,445 96 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $11,116 12 

Loans on mortgage security 2,785 00 

Real estate 23,057 02 

Total $36,958 14 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $4,609 41 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 29,888 27 

Debenture stock 52S 00 

Insurance and taxes 76 26 

Bills payable 1,856 20 

Total $36,958 14 



Shares of stock in force, 917; shares loaned on, 104; membership, 130. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE No. 5 FIDELITY BUILDING AND SAVINGS UNION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

JAS. R. HENRY, President. ROBT. S. McMBANS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $286 62 

Dues on running stock 76 80 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,140 00 

Interest 76 34 

Premium _ 25 45 

Fines ...» 4 57 

Real estate 4,319 30 

Profit 397 48 

Distribution common st'k returned 48 

Total $6,327 04 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $606 00 

Expenses— salaries 586 16 

Expenses— other purposes 173 97 

Interest on withdrawals 23 85 

Real estate 869 27 

Loss 974 73 

Miscellaneous withdrawals 48 20 

Interest and premium returned 360 15 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,684 71 

Total $6,327 04 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,684 71 

Loans on mortgage security 1,835 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,965 00 

Real estate 20,928 63 

Due for insurance and taxes 355 11 

Total $33,768 45 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running 
Bills payable 



stock. 



,050 47 
717 98 



Total. 



,768 45 



Shares of stock in force, 1,328; shares loaned on, 73; membership, 264. 



THE FLETCHER AVENUE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

J. T. PEAKE, President. N. YOKE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $33,232 67 

Dues on running stock 78,991 86 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 5,600 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 36,418 07 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 6,365 00 

Interest 9,319 71 

Premium 210 21 

Fines 155 50 

Transfers 16 25 

Membership fees 286 58 

Total $170,595 85 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $28,242 79 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 6,193 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k aud div'ds. 28,201 81 

Withdr'ls, paid-up st'k and div'ds 3,611 10 

Matured stock 50,248 00 

Expenses — salaries 1,337 60 

Expenses— other purposes 677 93 

Cash od band June 30, 1903 52,083 62 

Total $170,595 85 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $52,083 62 

Loans on mortgage security 103,692 11 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 8,741 00 
Furniture and fixtures 109 80 

Total $164,626 53 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k. .$137,283 86 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 21,550 00 
Fund for contingent losses 5,792 67 



Total $164,626 53 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FOURTEENTH STREET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OP INDIANAPOLIS. 

JOHN S. LAZARUS, President. SIDNEY M. DYER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $438 04 

Dues on running stock 2,639 54 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,750 00 

Interest 416 85 

Premium 98 64 



Total $5,343 07 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,200 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 150 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,780 32 

Expenses— salaries 135 00 

Expenses— other purposes 6 50 

Interest on borrowed money (paid- 
up stock) 36 00 

Account of paid-up stock 700 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 335 25 

Total $5,343 07 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $335 25 

Loans on mortgage security 6,275 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 150 00 

Total $6,760 25 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $6,107 07 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 300 00 

Fund for contingent losses 120 00 

Undivided profit 233 18 

Total $6,760 25 



Shares of stock in force, 203; shares loaned on, 65; membership, 42. 



107 



MABION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FRATERNAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

JAS. R. CARNAHAN, President. GEO. W. POWELL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,800 71 

Dues on running stock 77 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,250 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 90 00 

Interest Ill 23 

Premium Ill 23 

Rents 1,36171 

Real estate 9,158 69 

Refunder insurance and taxes 70 08 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 



Total $16,130 64 



Disbursements. 



Loans and mortgage security, pur- 
chase money $200 00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends, applied on payment of 

loans 1,115 75 

Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends, applied on 

purchase of real estate 3,660 00 

Withdrawals, deposits and divi- 
dends, applied on payment of 

real estate 1,200 00 

Refunded interest and premium... 715 40 
Div'ds applied on payment of loan 8 98 

Expenses— salaries 2,263 00 

Expenses— other purposes 532 07 

Foreclosure account 140 37 

Interest on borrowed money, re- 
pairs real estate 365 91 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers, association property 765 38 

Real estate 50 00 

Distribution on installment stock. 2,567 56 

Prepaid stock 1,355 00 

Deposit stock 20 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,171 22 

Total $16,130 64 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,171 22 

Loans on mortgage security 1,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,599 60 
Loans sn other security, foreclos- 
ure account 140 37 

Real estate 23,270 60 

Total $27,181 79 



Liabilities. 



Dues on running stock $15,715 75 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 7,240 00 

Deposits and dividends 100 00 

Undivided profits from contingent 
fund and dividend account 4,126 04 

Total $27,181 79 



Shares of stock in force, 886; shares loaned on, 36; membership, 189. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE GARFIELD PARK BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

ERNEST SCHMIDT, President. AUGUST TAMM, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $612 17 

Dues on running stock 9,199 88 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,594 22 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,001 00 

Interest 837 35 

Premium 530 10 

Fines 37 93 

Membership fees 71 75 

Borrowed money 310 00 

Total $16,194 40 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $4,930 39 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,928 35 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds 5,076 42 

Matured stock 1,802 83 

Expenses— salaries 463 10 

Expenses — other purposes 60 72 

Borrowed money repaid 210 00 

Interest on borrowed money 165 15 

Real estate 300 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,257 44 

Total $16,194 40 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,257 44 

Loans on mortgage security 12,317 91 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,349 35 

Furniture and fixtures 16 51 

Real estate 1,200 00 

Total $16,141 21 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $14,061 06 

Undivided profit 30 15 

Borrowed money 2,050 00 

Total $16,141 21 



Shares of stock in force, 754; shares loaned on, 300; membership, 148. 



THE GERMAN AMERICAN BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

OTTO STECHHAN, President. G. W. BROWN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,029 64 

Dues on run'g st'k and A. P. st'k. 6,022 57 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 200 00 

Deposits 3,477 12 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 33,680 39 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,745 00 

Interest ." 9,947 09 

Premium 590 36 

Fines 47 75 

Transfer fees 75 

Bills receivable 405 00 

Real estate 3,520 87 

Overdraft, reserve fund 1.034 37 

Rental account 2,302 98 

Furniture 100 00 

Sundries 57 84 

Total $72,161 73 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $6,864 03 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,044 50 
Withdrawals of running stock and 

A. P. stock 29,630 45 

Withd'ls, paid-up and prep'd st'k. 11,000 00 

Withdrawals, deposits 2,688 50 

Dividends' on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 7,651 83 

Expenses— salaries 2,195 50 

Expenses— other purposes 1,458 56 

Interest paid 4,007 04 

Real estate 1,174 50 

Bills payable 1,000 00 

Real estate rents refunded 13 30 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,433 52 

Total $72,161 73 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,433 52 

Loans on mortgage security 119,133 84 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 6,955 25 

Furniture and fixtures 200 00 

Real estate 36,398 85 

Bills receivable 3,619 50 

Total $168,740 96 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $76,236 40 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 56,943 98 

Deposits and dividends 10,54124 

Fund for contingent losses 13,447 98 

Undivided profit 10,571 36 

Bills payable 1,000 00 

Total $168,740 96 



Shares of stock in force, 4,926; shares loaned on, 1,954; membership, 357. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 

THE GERMAN HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

EDWARD C. REICK, President. HENRY W. FEQHTMANN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $402 36 

Dues on running stock 16,519 55 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 6,324 30 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1.511 75 

Interest 2,912 53 

Membership fees 76 65 

Borrowed money 5,300 00 

Total $33,047 14 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $144 67 

Loans on mortgage security 3S,4S5 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,725 14 

Furniture and fixtures 30 00 

Total $43,384 SI 



Loans on mortgage security $6,650 00 

Loans on sfk or pass b'k security 2,156 28 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds.. 9,464 91 

Matured stock 3,400 00 

Expenses — salaries 561 00 

Expenses— other purposes 99 48 

Borrowed money repaid 10,250 00 

Interest on borrowed money 320 80 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 144 67 

Total $33,047 14 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $38,095 62 

Fund for contingent losses 989 19 

Borrowed money 4,300 00 

Total $43,384 81 



Shares of stock in force, 1,241: shares loaned on, 694; membership, 201. 



THE GOVERNMENT BUILDING AND LOAN INSTITUTION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

THOMAS L. SULLIVAN, President. LAWRENCE W. GEORGE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,885 86 

Dues on running stock 3,869 80 

Guarantee fund 647 62 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 30,615 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 510 00 

Interest 3,121 53 

Premium 3,121 53 

Fines 20 90 

Forfeitures 19 66 

Real estate 9,229 75 

Refunder insurance and taxes 514 67 

Sundries 13 25 

Rents 1,369 25 

Foreclosure cost repaid 1,15127 

Bills receivable 9,199 75 

Total $67,289 84 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,414 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 33,485 50 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 13,006 43 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 3,719 34 

Expenses — salaries 3,426 66 

Expenses— other purposes 1,117 18 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 115 54 

Real estate 1,558 83 

Foreclosure costs 370 97 

Bills receivable 3,442 00 

Guarantee fund 2,206 67 

Interest and premium returned 600 24 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,726 48 

Total $67,289 84 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,726 48 

Loans on mortgage security 33,325 70 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,201 50 

Furniture and fixtures 814 28 

Real estate 20,687 99 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts 1,053 75 

Due for insurance and taxes 687 85 

Bills receivable 10,707 55 

Int. and premium due and unp'd. 2,639 80 

Total $75,844 90 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $37,547 71 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 27,267 58 
Deposits and dividends, running 

and prepaid stock 8,575 11 

Fund for contingent losses, guar- 
antee fund 2,454 50 

Total $75,844 90 



Shares of stock in force, 1,568; shares loaned on, 219; membership, 244. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE GUARANTEE SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

C. E. MERRIFIELD, President. PHILIP WILKINSON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $640 09 

Interest 6 24 

Real estate 1,545 40 

Ref under insurance and taxes 31 05 

Repairs on real estate 87 80 

Total $2,310 58 



Disbursements. 



Expenses— salaries $348 00 

Expenses— other purposes 108 19 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 31 1)5 

Liquidation dividends 1,549 73 

Profit and loss, loss on real estate 172 09 

Repairs on real estate 40 71 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 60 81 

Total $2,310 58 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $60 81 

Real estate 829 59 

Total $890 40 



Liabilities. 



Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 
Fund for contingent losses 



Total. 



$774 88 
115 52 

$890 40 



Shares of stock in force. 261. 



THE HARTFORD SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

WINPIELD MILLER, President. HORACE B. HOLLOWAY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $7,714 21 

Dues on running stock 5,273 04 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid.. 16,029 29 

Interest 1,412 26 

Premium 132 87 

Total $30,561 67 



Disbursements. 



Loans and mortgage security $19,361 07 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 7,614 12 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 107 50 

Expenses — salaries 165 00 

Expenses — other purposes 7 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,306 98 

Total $30,561 67 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,306 98 

Loans on mortgage security 23,767 39 

Real estate 2,470 45 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. L.213 94 

Total $30,758 76 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $26,643 18 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 2,150 00 
Undivided profit 1,965 58 



Total $30,758 76 



Shares of stock in force, 782; shares loaned on, 224; membership, 107. 



Ill 



MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOME BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

ED H. DECKER, President. HUGO WUELPING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $6,553 50 

Dues on running stock 23,432 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 9,058 30 

Interest 4,873 04 

Membership fees 190 74 

Borrowed money 11,728 40 

Total $55,836 23 



Disbursements. 



Loans and mortgage security $24,816 75 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 7,915 66 

Expenses— salaries 520 00 

Expenses— other purposes 92 55 

Borrowed money repaid 21,198 40 

Interest on borrowed money 662 56 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 630 31 

Total $55,836 23 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $630 31 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 82,022 99 

Real estate 1,500 00 

Dues in arr 248 58 

Total -$84,401 88 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $77,138 99 

Borrowed money 6,950 OP 

Paid in advance 254 39 

Interest paid on borrowed mocey. 58 50 

Total $84,401 88 



Shares of stock in force, 1,021; shares loaned on, 503; membership, 303. 



THE HOME SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

CHARLES J. BUCHMAN, President. W. A. BAST1AN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $399 56 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 195 33 

Interest 30 90 

Total $625 79 



Disbursements. 



Loans and mortgage security $17 46 

Kxpenses— salaries 300 00 

Expenses— other purposes 36 30 

Real estate 25 21 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 246 82 

Total $625 79 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $246 82 

Loans on mortgage security 6,437 73 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 100 00 

Real estate 3,289 08 

Bills receivable 300 00 

Deficit 2,350 06 

Total $12,726 64 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 



$8,391 94 
4,334 70 



Total $12,726 64 



Shares of stock in force, 1,363; shares Joaned on, 126; membership, 162. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOMESTEAD LOAN AND INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

L. U. DOWNEY, President. MARY L. BARB, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Beceipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $100 00 

Dues on running stock 1,432 45 

Interest 54 14 

Membership fees 1,242 00 

Loan fees 307 62 

Total $3,136 21 



Disbursements. 



Loans on other security $240 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 901 26 

Expenses— salaries , 31100 

Expenses— other purposes 1,292 76 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 391 19 

Total $3,136 21 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $391 19 

Furniture and fixtures 50 00 

Real estate 1,274 38 

Total $1,715 57 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $1,715 57 



Total. 



1,715 57 



Shares of stock in force, 4,633; shares loaned on, 4; membership, 249. 



THE HOOSIER SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

B. P. BLODEAU, President. W. H. STRINGER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,324 15 

Dues on running stock 7.483 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,474 65 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 685 00 

Interest 1,093 30 

Premium 451 85 

Fines : . . . 16 60 

Membership fees 30 2o 

Real estate 79 10 

Total : $14,637 90 



Disbursements. 



Loans and mortgage security $4,600 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,495 00 

Withd'ls or run'g st'k and div'ds. 6,236 67 

Expenses— salaries 416 00 

Expenses— other purposes 57 00 

Real estate 79 82 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,753 41 

Total $14,637 90 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,753 41 

Loans on mortgage security 16,400 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2.200 00 

Real estate 904 45 

Total $21,257 86 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running 
Undivided profit 



stock $21,167 87 
89 99 



Total $21,257 86 



Shares of stock in force, 347; shares loaned on, 121; membership, 109. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE IDEAL SOCIETY FOR SAYINGS OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

T. B. LAYCOCK, President. GEO. L. PAETZ, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,554 22 

Dues on running stock 6,518 40 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 3,720 10 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 91 20 

Loans on other security repaid 2,300 00 

Interest 36112 

Premium 186 75 

Pass books 4 25 

Total $16,336 04 



Disbursements. 



Loans and mortgage security $8,050 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,152 26 

Loans on other security 300 00 

Withd'ls of run'g stock and div'ds 3,090 95 

Expenses — salaries 190 00 

Expenses — other purposes 4170 

Refunded interest 39 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,472 13 

Total. . .' $16,336 04 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $3,472 13 

Loans on mortgage security i0,616 63 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,402 26 

Loans on other security 545 26 

Total $16,036 28 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $15,784 79 

Fund for contingent losses 141 49 

Undivided profits 110 00 

Total $16,036 2S 



Shares of stock in force, 578; shares loaned on, 141; membership, 96. 



THE ILLINOIS AND SEVENTH STREET SAYINGS AND LOAN 

ASSOCIATION, No. 2, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

J. E. SHIDELER, President. A. A. YOUNG, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $228 15 

Dues on running stock 5,025 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 2,700 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,275 00 

Premium 1,382 35 

Membership fees 11 50 

Total $11,622 75 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g stock and div'ds $3,689 95 

Matured stock 7,300 00 

Expenses — other purposes 20 00 

Borrowed money repaid 500 00 

Interest on borrowed money 84 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 28 80 

Total $11,622 75 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $28 80 

Loans on mortgage security 39,089 29 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,650 00 

Total., $41,768 09 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $39,260 91 

Fund for contingent losses 900 00 

Undivided profit 128 52 

Borrowed money 200 00 

Due on N. S. Byram Est 1,278 66 

Total $41,768 09 



Shares of stock in force, 973; shares loaned on, 65; membership, 135. 
8— B. & L. 



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MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE INDEPENDENT TURNER SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 3, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

CHAS. LAUBR, President. FRED. GOMPF, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $703 04 

Dues oh running stock 7,372 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 10,550 00 
Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,550 00 

Interest 2,539 79 

Fines 2 05 

Total $23,716 88 



Disbursements. 



Loans and mortgage security $11,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,490 00 

Loans on other security 6,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,779 25 

Expenses — salaries 234 00 

Expenses — other purposes 68 00 

Account of int'st on outst'g loans 28 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 117 63 

Total $23,716 88 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $117 63 

Loans on mortgage security 30,050 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 14,735 00 

Loans on other security 6,000 00 

Aec't of int'st on outstand'g loans 487 10 

Total $51,389 73 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $44,043 00 
Undivided profit 7,346 73 



Total $51,389 73 



Shares of stock in force, 277; shares loaned on, 78; membership, 57. 



THE INDEPENDENT TURNER SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 4, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

CHAS. LAUER, President. FRED GOMPF, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $3,997 50 

Fines 1 95 

Membership fees 145 75 

Total..... $4,145 20 



Disbursements. 



Expenses— salaries $65 00 

Expenses— other purposes 106 90 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,973 30 

Total $4,145 20 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,973 30 

Expenses paid 24 20 

Total $3,997 50 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $3,997 50 



Total $3,997 50 



Shares of stock in force, 581; membership, 148. 



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MAKIOK COUNTY— Continued. 



THE INDIANA MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

GEORGE W. POWELL, President. P. H. FITZGERALD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $804 85 

Dues on running stock 481 60 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,800 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 858 90 

Interest 830 64 

Pines 19 00 

Real estate 3,047 43 

Total $9,842 42 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals of running stock $5,033 10 

Dividends on withdrawn stock 2,835 89 

Expenses— salaries 744 43 

Expenses — other purposes 9197 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,137 03 



Tota 










$9,842 42 













Liabilities. 


Dues and 
Fund for 


div'ds on 
contingent 


running 
losses, 


stock $6,046 42 

reserve 

425 04 


Undivided 


profit 








69 43 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,137 03 

Loans on mortgage security 1,800 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 61 00 

Real estate sold on contract 2,225 00 

Real estate unsold 892 82 

Cash in reserve fund 262 40 

Real estate in reserve fund 162 64 

Total $6,540 89 



Total. 



5,540 89 



Shares of stock in force, 70; shares loaned on, 23; membership, 17. 



THE INDIANA MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 2, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

GEORGE W. POWELL, President. P. H. FITZGERALD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Casb on hand June 30, 1902 $2,832 61 

Dues on running stock 488 80 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 4,350 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 150 00 

Interest 559 79 

Fines 57 19 

Real estate 4,085 48 

Total $12,523 87 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals of running stock $6,444 50 

Dividends on withdrawn stock 3,793 88 

Expenses— salaries 1,144 50 

Expenses— other purposes 112 37 

Transfer to reserve fund 800 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 228 62 

Total $12,523 87 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $228 62 

Loans on mortgage security 2,300 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 255 00 

Real estate sold on contract 3,766 45 

Real estate unsold 1,812 00 

Cash in reserve fund 853 84 

Real estate in reserve fund 206 91 

Total $9,422 82 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $7,698 37 

Undivided profit. 663 70 

Reserve fund 1,060 75 



Total $9,422 82 



Shares of stock in force, 86; shares loaned on, 28; membership, 22. 



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MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE INDIANA MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 3, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $37 48 

Dues on running stock 284 40 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 3,825 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 60 00 

Interest 480 22 

Fines 4 40 

Real estate . 2,111 32 

Total..... $6,802 82 



Disbursements. 



Withrt'ls of run'g stock and div'ds $2,817 55 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 556 99 

Matured stock 1,767 34 

Expenses— salaries 1,169 35 

Expenses — other purposes 130 93 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 360 66 

Total $6,802 82 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $360 66 

Loans on mortgage security 1,700 00 

Real estate sold on contract 1,312 00 

Real estate unsold 2,768 81 

Real estate in reserve fund 140 97 

Cash in reserve fund 94 29 

Total $6,37-6 73 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $2,686 25 

Undivided profit 3,455 22 

Reserve fund 235 26 

Total $6,376 73 



Shares of stock in force, 32; shares loaned on, 17; membership, 12. 



THE INDIANA MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 
No. 4, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

GEORGE W. POWELL, President. P. H. FITZGERALD, Secretary*. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,522 09 

Dues on running stock 125 60 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,500 00 

Interest 265 81 

Fines 2 10 

Real estate ~ 2,023 32 

Total $5,438 92 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals of running stock and 

distributions $3,041 50 

Distributions, paid up and prepaid 

stock 335 00 

Withdrawals, B stock 290 30 

Expenses 103 01 

Real estate 88 16 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,580 95 

Total $5,438 92 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,580 95 

Loans on mortgage security 950 00 

Real estate sold on contract 1,475 50 

Real estate unsold 2,517 58 

Total $6,524 03 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Undivided profits .' 



.139 28 

384 75 



Total $6,524 63 



Shares of stock in force, 44S; shares loaned on, 10; membership, 79. 



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MARION COUXTY— Continued. 



THE INDIANA MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 5. OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

GEORGE W. POWELL, President. P. H. FITZGERALD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,647 26 

Dues on running stock 315 20 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 500 00 

Interest 465 77 

Real estate 2,449 80 

Total $5,378 03 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals of running stock and 

distributions $2,842 89 

Distributions— prepaid stock 2,040 00 

Prepaid stock 63 00 

Expenses 76 36 

Interest on withdrawals 262 00 

Real estate 17 04 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 76 74 

Total $5,378 03 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $76 74 

Loans on mortgage security 3,200 00 

Real estate 2,280 61 

Total $5,557 35 



Liabilities. 



Dues on running stock $3,751 99 

Prepaid stock 1,360 00 

Deposits B. stock 42 00 

Fund for contingent losses 403 36 

Total $5,557 35 



Shares of stock in force, 385; shares loaned on, 32; membership, 49. 



THE INDIANA SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

CHARLES E. COFFIN. President. CHARLES E. HOLLOWAY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $18,485 57 

Dues on running stock 35,316 71 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 19,650 00 

Deposits 11.544 01 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 70,508 65 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 25,142 02 

Loans on other security repaid 25,000 00 

Interest 17,228 27 

Premium deposit loan shares 250 17 

Real estate sold 1,308 30 

Refunder insurance and taxes 269 81 

Trust Co. deposit withdrawn 3.600 00 



Disbursements. 



Total $228,303 51 



Loans on mortgage security $39,140 80 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 21,266 34 

Loans on other security 8,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g stock and div'ds 44,644 21 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 75,300 00 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 8,429 34 

Withdrawal loan shares 229 50 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 8,95114 

Expenses— salaries 1,875 00 

Expenses — other purposes 1,150 25 

Interest on deposits 1,466 75 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 58 39 

Real estate shrinkage on sale 271 59 

Trust Co.'s deposits 6,600 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 10,920 17 

Total $228,303 51 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $10,920 17 

Loans on mortgage security 207,199 89 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 17,036 34 

Loans on other security 33,000 00 

Interest accrued 248 87 

On deposit Trust Co 3,000 00 

Total $271,405 27 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k. .$112,502 17 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 85,250 00 

Deposits and dividends 25,383 SO 

Deposit loan shares 36,07118 

Fund for contingent losses 8,773 74 

July dividend unpaid 3,424 38 

Total $271,405 27 



Shares of stock in force, 5,289; shares loaned on, 2,002; membership, 759. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE INDIANA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, No. 3, OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

JOS. BORINSTEIN, President. JACOB BUBNNAGEL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $369 25 

Dues on running stock 11,195 80 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 55 00 

Loans on other security repaid 2,362 50 

Interest 251 10 

Premium 70 00 

Membership fees 18 25 

Borrowed money 8,600 00 

Overdraft 1,202 15 

Total $24,124 05 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,400 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 560 00 

Loans on other security 20,636 30 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 66 90 

Expenses— salaries 260 00 

Expenses— other purposes ..: 83 50 

Borrowed money repaid 1,100 00 

Interest on borrowed money 17 35 

Total $24,124 05 



Assets. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,200 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 505 00 
Loans on other security 18,323 80 

Total $21,028 80 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $12,260 60 

Deposits and dividends 3 30 

Undivided profits 62 75 

Borrowed money 7,500 00 

Overdraft 1,202 15 

Total $21,028 80 



Shares of stock in force, 410; shares loaned on, 11; membership, 94. 



THE INDIANA SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

W. A. GUTHRIE, President. CHRISTIAN G. WEISS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $6,699 01 

Dues on running stock 22,598 41 

Deposits 7,972 70 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 64,766 74 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 2,475 07 

Interest 16,643 64 

Pines 8 00 

Borrowed money 12,000 0o 

Real estate 1,819 12 

Ref under insurance and taxes 71 86 

Transfer and discount 217 45 

Ref under dividends 35 68 

Refunder interest 103 58 

Office desk " 12 00 

Total $135,423 26 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $11,749 77 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,001 42 

Withdrawals of running stock 64,609 56 

Witlid'ls, paid-up and prepaid st'k 12,850 00 

Withdrawals, deposits 9,343 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 3,302 31 

Expenses— salaries 1,165 00 

Expenses— other purposes 2,023 86 

Borrowed money repaid 5,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 94 64 

Real estate 5,209 34 

Dividends on running stock 13,550 68 

Int. on withdrawals 546 15 

Contingent fund 53 58 

Interest refunded 208 45 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 4,715 47 

Total $135,423 26 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,715 47 

Loans on mortgage security 200,541 84 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 99 93 

Real estate 12,432 73 

Due for insurance and taxes 124 01 

Collateral loans 174 49 

Total $218,088 47 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k.. $158, 250 67 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 23,979 53 

Deposits and dividends 23,822 89 

Fund for contingent losses 3,946 42 

Undivided profits 1,075 11 

Borrowed money 7,000 00 

Judgments and costs 13 85 

Total $218,088 47 



Shares of stock in force, 4,539; shares loaned on, 2,713; membership, 494. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE INDIANOLA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

W. S. JOHNSON, President. F. B. FOWLER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $604 35 

Dues on running stock 16,008 78 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 5,500 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 905 00 

Interest 2,453 13 

Membership fees 95 25 

Borrowed money 24,400 00 

Ref under insurance and taxes 5 40 

Rent 136 13 

Total $50,721 53 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $11,138 50 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,275 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 5.422 13 

Matured stock 10,000 00 

Expenses— salaries 406 00 

Expenses— other purposes 127 85 

Borrowed money repaid 20,300 00 

Interest on borrowed money 347 34 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 5 40 

Real estate 1,192 50 

Interest on withdrawals 42 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 464 81 

Total :. $50,721 53 



Assets. 


Liabilities. 


Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 


$464 81 
37,701 00 
1,230 00 
1,938 79 

$41,334 60 


Dues and div'ds on running 
Fund for contingent losses.. 

Borrowed money 

Total 


stock $31,436 13 
195 06 

5,603 41 

4,100 00 


Total 


$41,334 60 



Shares of stock in force, 865; shares loaned on, 392; membership, 193. 



THE INDIANAPOLIS SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

W. S. FISH, President. W. D. WILSON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $5,371 77 

Dues on running stock 36 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,350 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 292 30 

Interest 135 09 

Premium and interest title bond.. 1,200 07 

Real estate 1,435 00 

Ref under insurance and taxes 350 18 

Title bonds 2,892 40 

Rent 260 60 

Total $13,323 41 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $18 12 

Withd'ls or run'g st'k and div'ds. 573 50 
Matured stock, 10 per cent, divi- 
dends paid 6,690 12 

Expenses— salaries 675 00 

Expenses— other purposes 812 65 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 350 18 

Taxes and street improvements... 516 50 

Liquidation stock 19 80 

Profits 12 00 

German Fire Ins. Prem 50 00 

German Fire Ins. Prem 95 32 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,510 22 

Total $13,323 41 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,510 22 

Loans on mortgage security 118 12 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 804 40 

Furniture and fixtures 428 50 

Real estate 14.595 90 

Tite bonds 18,997 89 

Deficit 6,552 49 

Total $45,007 52 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $43,607 52 
German Fire Ins. Co 1,400 00 



Total $45,007 52 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

JAS. T. LAYMAN, President. C. SCHURMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $889 08 

Dues on running stock 154 78 

Loans on niort'ge security repaid. 3,148 96 

Interest . 167 12 

Fines 1 27 

Miscellaneous 19 08 

Total $4,380 29 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,898 01 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 19,581 63 

Total $21,479 64 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $67 40 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,856 54 

Expenses— salaries ._. 400 00 

Expenses— other purposes 158 34 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,898 01 

Total $4,380 29 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $21,356 99 
Undivided profits 132 65 



Total.. $21,479 64 



Shares of stock in force, 346; shares loaned on, 339; membership, 22. 



THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 2, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

JAS. T. LAYMAN, President. C. SCHURMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Eeceipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $5,313 00 

Dues on running stock 587 30 

Loans on niort'ge security repaid. 10,277 27 

Interest 926 28 

Miscellaneous 42 42 

Total $17,146 27 



Liabilities. 



Loans on mortgage security $35 48 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 10,140 20 

Expenses— salaries 600 00 

Expenses— other purposes 326 09 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 6,044 50 

Total $17,146 27 



Assets. 



Liabilities. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $6,044 50 I Dues and div'ds on running stock. $33,009 80 

Loans on mortgage security 27,145 52 I Undivided profits 180 22 



Total $33,190 02 



Total $33,190 02 



Shares of stock in force, 370; shares loaned on, 362; membership, 42. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE INVESTORS' LOAN AND SAVINGS COMPANY OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

L. A. CRIM, President. OTTO WINKENHOFER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $13,475 85 

Dues on running stock 9,100 00 

Loans on niort'ge security repaid. 62 81 

Interest 170 39 

Advanced by directors for organi- 
zation expenses 200 00 

Total $23,009 05 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $4,854 70 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 17,000 00 

Withdrawals of running stock 76 50 

Expenses 214 34 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 863 51 

Total $23,009 05 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $863 51 

Loans on mortgage security 4,79189 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 17,000 00 

Total $22,655 40 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $13,399 35 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 9,100 00 
Undivided profits 156 05 

Total $22,655 40 



Shares of stock in force, 410; shares loaned on, 222; membership, 



THE MADISON AVENUE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 6, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

WM. KLEIS, President. JACOB BUENNAGEL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $210 46 

Dues on running stock 7,795 70 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,200 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 725 00 

Loans on other security repaid 8,225 00 

Interest 2,381 70 

Premium 6 00 

Fines 6 55 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 

Total '. $22,050 41 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $600 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,315 00 

Loans on other security 7,136 08 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 835 00 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 274 00 

Expenses — salaries 240 00 

Expenses— other purposes 45 25 

Borrowed money repaid 8,100 00 

Interest on borrowed money 478 25 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,026 83 

Total $22,050 41 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,026 83 

Loans on mortgage security 10,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,785 00 

Loans on other security 29,843 58 

Total $46,655 41 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $37,912 05 

Fund for contingent losses 371 95 

Undivided profits 4,071 41 

Borrowed money 4,300 00 

Total $46,655 41 



Shares of stock in force, 269; shares loaned on, 50; membership, 83. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MADISON AVENUE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 7, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

JONATHAN T. WARNER, President. PETER OHLEYER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $284 75 

Dues on running stock 10,008 90 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 824 30 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,105 00 

Interest 790 50 

Premium 6 00 

Fines 11 50 

Membership fees, transfers 5 00 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 

Fire loss 250 00 

Loan to other associations paid... 500 00 

Total $15,285 95 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,700 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,035 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,071 30 

Expenses— salaries 265 00 

Expenses— other purposes 39 25 

Borrowed money repaid 1,000 00 

Fire loss 250 00 

Loans to other associations 500 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 425 40 

Total $15,285 95 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $425 40 

Loans on mortgage security 18,725 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,535 00 

Loans to other associations 1,000 00 

Total $21,685 40 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $21,185 40 
Borrowed money 500 00 



Total $21,685 40 



Shares of stock in force, 320; membership, 119. 



THE MARION TRUST AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

WALTER S. SOURBEER, President. JOSEPH HARVEY WRIGHT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security $144 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 5,203 50 

Expenses— salaries 156 75 

Expenses— other purposes 443 11 

Borrowed money repaid 800 00 

Interest on borrowed money 93 33 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,737 30 

Total $9,478 29 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $797 87 

Dues on running stock 2,991 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 4,700 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 400 00 

Interest 589 37 

Fines 10 55 

Membership fees 13 50 

Real estate sold on contract 335 00 

Transfer fee 1 00 

Total ' $9,478 29 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,737 30 

Loans on mortgage security 5,925 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 344 00 

Furniture and fixtures 95 00 

Real estate sold on contract 1,480 75 

Total $10,582 05 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $9,518 00 

Matured stock 800 00 

Undivided profits 264 05 

Total $10,582 05 



Shares of stock in force, 109; shares loaned on, 29; membership, 47. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MERIDIAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

EDWARD D. MOORE, President. ISADORE FEIBELMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $944 21 

Dues on running stock 2,512 80 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 500 00 

Loans on other security repaid — 100 00 

Interest 824 23 

Total $4,SS0 74 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. $320 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,598 70 

Expenses 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,957 04 

Total $4,880 74 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,957 04 

Loans on mortgage security 7,380 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,765 00 

Loans on other security 2,850 00 

Earned interest repaid 719 03 

Total $17,671 07 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $15,190 75 
Undivided profits 2,480 32 



Total $17,671 07 



Shares of stock in force, 123; shares loaned on, 69; membership, 35. 



THE MUTUAL HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

C. C. FOSTER, President. W. A. RHODES, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $665 39 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 413 72 

Interest 2,599 65 

Real estate 15,894 57 



Total $19,573 33 



Disbursements. 



Withdrawals of running, paid-up, 
prepaid stock, deposits and divi- 
dends $13,704 29 

Expenses — salaries 1,594 00 

Expenses— other purposes 245 10 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 29 50 

Real estate 479 91 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,520 53 

Total. .- $19,573 33 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,520 53 

Unpaid on real estate sold on con- 
tracts 37,533 95 

Total $41,054 48 



Liabilities. 



Dues and d'vidends on running 
stock, paid-up and prepaid stock 
and dividends, deposits, divi- 
dends and matured stock $21.550 86 

Undivided profits 19,503 62 

Total $41,054 48 



Membership, 314. 



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MAKIOET COUNTY— Continued. 



THE NEW PROGRESS' BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

FLORIBERT MICHAELIS, President. PETER PPISTERER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,391 01 

Dues on running stock 12,739 00 

Shares loaned repaid 6,100 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 11,800 00 

Outside loans repaid 15,700 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,290 00 

Interest ' 2,151 60 

Pines 7 90 

Membership fees 46 SO 

Borrowed money 5,000 00 

Rent 65 50 

Total ." $36,492 81 



Disbursements. 



Share loans $2,000 00 

Loans on mortgage security 7,550 00 

Outside loans 5,550 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,150 00 

Withd'als of run'g st'k and div'ds. 10,032 51 

Matured stock 13,150 00 

Expenses — salaries 383 00 

Expenses— other purposes 113 77 

Borrowed money repaid 1,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 84 65 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,028 88 

Total $36,492 81 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,028 88 

Loans on mortgage security 29,400 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,250 00 

Real estate ' 2,000 00 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 173 84 

Due for insurance 40 00 

Taxes 3100 

Total $36,923 72. 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $32,646 60 

Undivided profits 277 12 

Borrowed money 4,000 00 



Total. 



5,923 72 



Shares of stock in force, 1,098%; shares loaned on, 113; membership, 164. 



THE NEW SHELBY STREET BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

AUGUST BOEHM, President. ANTON SCHMIDT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $162 05 

Dues on running stock 6,404 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,000 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 385 00 

Interest 1,160 50 

Borrowed money 500 00 

Total $10,612 05 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $3,156 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 405 00 

Withd'als of run'g st'k and div'ds. 4,316 80 

Expenses — salaries 104 00 

Expenses— other purposes 10 00 

Borrowed money repaid 1,900 00 

Interest on borrowed money 76 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 644 25 

Total $10,612 05 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $644 25 

Loans on mortgage security 15,15S 30 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 662 00 

Total $16,464 55 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $13,362 90 

Undivided profits 3,001 65 

Borrowed money 100 00 

Total $16,464 55 



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MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE NORTH EAST SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

CHARLES N. THOMPSON, President. NEWTON TODD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,468 28 

Dues oh running stock..-. 10,158 39 

Loans on inort'ge security repaid. 7,397 30 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 145 50 

Interest 1,944 61 

Premium 133 00 

Membership fees 12 25 

Total $21,259 33 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,098 71 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 655 00 
Borrowed money and matured 
stock, withdrawals of running 

stock and dividends 10,767 66 

Expenses— salaries 966 00 

Expenses— other purposes 117 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,654 96 

Total $21,259 33 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,654 96 

Loans on mortgage security 32,845 06 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 840 50 

Total $35,340 52 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $24,375 25 

Undivided profits 4,884 10 

Borrowed money 4,800 00 

Surplus 1,100 00 

Interest 18117 

Total $35,340 52 



Shares of stock in force, 362%; shares loaned on, 171; membership, 110. 



THE NORTH SIDE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

THEO. WOERNER, President W. S. STRINGER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,672 51 

Dues on running stock 4,82150 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,960 30 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 142 00 

Interest 699 73 

Premium 311 09 

Fines 2 70 

Membership fees 24 75 

Borrowed money 900 00 

Total $11,534 58 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $3,300 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 62 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 6,358 81 

Expenses — salaries 364 00 

Expenses— other purposes '. . 6150 

Borrowed money repaid 900 00 

Interest on borrowed money 20 62 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 467 65 

Total $11,534 58 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $467 65 

Loans on mortgage security 12,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 110 00 

Total $12,577 65 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $12,259 19 
Undivided profits 318 46 



Total $12,577 65 



Shares of stock in force, 238; shares loaned on, 69; membership, 65. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE OCCIDENTAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

JACOB C. SCHOLL, President. JACOB BUENNAGEL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,343 80 

Dues on running stock 12,116 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 4,600 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 561 00 

Loans on other security repaid 1,135 85 

Interest 1,480 05 

Premium 239 20 

Membership fees 74 50 

Borrowed money 1,100 00 

Real estate 117 34 

Total $24,768 24 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,800 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 616 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 12,035 76 

Matured stock 1,400 00 

Expenses— salaries 312 00 

Expenses — other purposes 148 18 

Borrowed money repaid 1,100 00 

Interest on borrowed money 11 55 

Real estate 289 00 

Foreclosure costs 151 69 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 903 56 

Total $24,768 24 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $903 56 

Loans on mortgage security 24,197 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 722 00 

Real estate 2,389 50 

Total $28,212 06 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $25,783 90 

Matured stock 600 00 

Fund for contingent losses 396 64 

Undivided profits 1,431 52 

Total $28,212 06 



Shares of stock in force, 486; shares loaned on, 89; membership, 169. 



THE OLD MERRILL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

JOS. BORNSTEIN, President. H. A. WEBER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,741 90 

Dues on running stock 9,907 15 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 5,731 35 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,725 00 

Interest 2,372 34 

Premium 15 00 

Borrowed money 700 00 

Total $24,192 74 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $7,635 32 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,175 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 932 25 

Withdrawal of dividends 17 50 

Expenses — salaries 240 00 

Expenses— other purposes 6 25 

Borrowed money repaid 8,900 00 

Interest on borrowed money 458 33 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,828 09 

Total $24,192 74 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,828 09 

Loans on mortgage security 36,555 32 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 6,240 00 

Street assessment for borrower... 49 21 

Total $45,672 62 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $42,464 15 

Fund for contingent losses 38181 

Undivided profits 2,826 66 

Total $45,672 62 



Shares of stock in force, 362; membership, 65. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PARNELL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

GEO. SADLIER, President. JEREMIAH COLLINS, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $3,291 23 

Dues on running stock 4,802 65 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,613 82 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 405 00 

Interest ....'. 863 97 

Premium 182 47 

Membership fees 7 35 

Total. $12,166 49 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,310 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,525 00 

Withd'als of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,260 85 

Matured stock 600 00 

Expenses — salaries 156 00 

Expenses — other purposes 5 60 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 4,309 04 

Total $12,166 49 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,309 04 

Loans on mortgage security 5,350 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,294 00 

Total $16,953 04 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. 
Undivided profits 



$14,689 00 
2,264 04 



Total $16,953 04 



Shares of stock in force, 190; shares loaned on, 107; membership, 47. 



THE PEOPLE'S MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

MICHAEL STEINHAUER, President. HENRY P. MARTIN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,160 32 

Dues on running stock 23,78140 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,035 20 

Interest 4,414 58 

Premium 1,163 44 

Membership fees 13 25 

Borrowed money 12,000 00 

Total $54,568 19 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $19,611 48 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 5,741 63 

Matured stock 14,200 00 

Expenses— salaries 885 50 

Expenses— other purposes 66 10 

Borrowed money repaid 10,600 00 

Interest on borrowed money 249 74 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 3,213 74 

Total $54,568 19 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,213 74 

Loans on mortgage security 68,501 00 

Total • $71,714 74 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $65,024 90 

Undivided profits 2,789 84 

Borrowed money 3,900 00 

Total $71,714 74 



Shares of stock in force, 2,299; shares loaned on, 804; membership, 280. 



128 



MARION" COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PERSONAL PROPERTY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

J. H. AUFDERHEIDE, President. GEO. C. GRINSTEINER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $2,939 01 

Dues on running stock 6,649 07 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 11,567 20 

Interest 575 37 

Premium 1,088 95 

Fines 10 28 

Total $22,829 SS 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $19,602 78 

Dividends 233 39 

Expenses— salaries ' 715 00 

Expenses — other purposes 395 80 

Losses charged up 169 86 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,713 05 

Total $22,829 SS 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,713 05 

Loans on mortgage security 2,424 30 

Total $4,137 35 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $3,341 27 
Fund for contingent losses, undi- 
vided profits 796 08 

Total $4,137 35 



Shares of stock in force, 1,832; shares loaned on, 1,294; "membership, 107. 



THE PLYMOUTH SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, No. 2, OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

HIRAM C. RAFFENSPERGER, President. EDWARD GILBERT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts.' 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $7,708 54 

Dues on running stock 27,029 34 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 30,225 63 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 4,332 00 

Interest on stock loans 294 35 

Membership fees 75 13 

Fees for stock transfer 1 50 

Real estate 454 75 

Refunder insurance and taxes 293 73 

Rents 788 OS 

Total $71,203 05 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $15,900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,966 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 26,378 85 

Withdrawals from loan account.. 38 00 

Matured stock 16,541 50 

Expenses— salaries 1,856 00 

Expenses— other purposes 917 27 

Interest on borrowed money 20 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 509 53 

Real estate 318 42 

Rental expenditures 252 65 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 5,504 83 

Total $71,203 05 



Assets. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 939 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,504 83 

Loans on mortgage security 83,943 34 

Furniture and fixtures 127 93 

Real estate 12,983 24 

Due for insurance and taxes 986 OS 

Total $104,484 42 



Liabilities. 



Deposits and dividends $96,503 77 

Matured stock 1,400 00 

Fund for contingent losses 3,500 00 

Undivided profits 3,080 65 

Total $104,484 42 



Shares of stock in force, 1,355%; shares loaned on, 481%; membership, 434. 



129 



MAElOtf COtfXTY— Continued. 



The prospect savings and loan association of 1 
indianapolis. 

JOHN F. WHITE. President. JOHN SCHLEY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $2,407 26 

Dues on running stock 9,936 20 

Loans on niort'ge security- repaid. 4.000 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,445 00 

Interest 1.139 09 

Premium 449 94 

Fines 7 80 

Membership fees 32 57 

Total $19,417 86 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $3,600 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,050 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 5,262 93 

Matured stock 5,000 00 

Expenses — salaries 360 00 

Expenses— other purposes 122 15 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 4,022 78 

Total $19,417 86 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,022 78 

Loans on mortgage security 15,350 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,015 00 

Furniture and fixtures 40 00 

Real estate 250 00 

Accrued interest and premium 8 02 

Total $21,685 80 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running 
Undivided profits 



stock. $20,996 97 
688 S3 



Total $21,685 80 



Shares of stock in force, 384: shares loaned on, 7VA; membership, 179. 



THE PRUDENTIAL-DEPOSITORY SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSO- 
CIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 
EDWIN L. WILLIAMS, President. CHAS. R. JONES, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,902 32 

Dues on running stock 2,935 62 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,400 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 45 00 

Interest 282 02 

Premium 94 00 

Membership fees 17 25 

Real estate 253 50 

Rent 242 00 

Stock matured and cancelled on 

account of loans 3.275 00 

Total $10,446 71 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,660 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 25 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,028 36 

Matured stock 4,175 00 

Expenses— salaries 295 00 

Expenses— other purposes 173 58 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,089 77 



Total. 



,44€ 71 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,0S9 77 

Loans on mortgage security 4,950 00 

Furniture and fixtures 10 00 

Real estate 2,803 50 

Total $8,853 27 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $7,907 88 

Undivided profits 905 39 

Due on loans 40 00 

Total $8,853 27 



Shares of stock in force, 214; shares of stock loaned on, 50; membership, 54. 
9-B. & L. 



130 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE RAILROADMEN'S BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

D. S. HILL, President. W. T. CANNON, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $11. 

Dues on running stock ISO. 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 137. 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 204, 
Loans on stock or pass hook se- 
curity repaid 31 

Interest , 66, 

Premium 2. 

Borrowed money 465. 

Real estate sold 4, 

Rents 

Pass hooks 



767 05 


539 37 


400 00 


344 26 


899 89 


935 63 


300 77 


500 00 


200 00 


138 80 


1 00 



Total $1,105,086 77 



Disbursements. 



Loans and mortgage security $274,573 86 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 28,407 00 

Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 151,060 19 

Withdrawals, paid-up and prep'd 

stock and dividends 75,500 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 52,364 17 

Expenses— salaries 4,037 00 

Expenses— other purposes 712 65 

Borrowed money repaid 479,300 00 

Interest on borrowed money 2,043 43 

Real estate, taxes and ass'ments 1,220 84 

Office furniture 135 00 

Unpaid orders in hands of Treas- 
urer June 30, 1902 18,058 48 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 17,674 15 

Total $1,105,086 77 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $17,674 15 

Loans on mortgage security 955,440 36 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 23,696 85 

Furniture and fixtures 388 11 

Real estate 7,092 74 

Total $1,004,292 21 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running st'k. $618,052 01 
Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 313,100 00 

Fund for contingent losses 27,000 00 

Borrowed money 18,700 00 

July, 1903, dividend 27,440 20 

Total $1,004,292 21 



Shares of stock in force, 23,889: shares loaned on, 11,344; membership, 3,485. 



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MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE ROYAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

JACOB W. SMITH, President. HOWARD KIMBALL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,173 76 

Dues on running stock 2,985 80 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 13,200 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 210 00 

Interest 970 35 

Premium 467 20 

Real estate 279 06 

Refunder insurance and taxes and 

legal and real estate expense — 568 98 

Expense fund 12 00 

Reserve fund , 176 30 

Total $20,043 45 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security $370 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 6.33S 85 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 7,870 00 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 1.637 00 

Matured stock 2,038 35 

Expenses — salaries 677 50 

Expenses — other purposes 35 95 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers and legal and real estate 

expense 446 08 

Real estate 73 85 

Expense fund returned 5 75 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 550 12 

Total $20,043 45 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $550 12 

Loans on mortgage security 7,100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 360 00 

Real estate 12,988 87 

Due for insurance and taxes, in- 
terest and premium 575 00 

Total $21,573 99 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $5,3S0 10 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 9,200 00 

Deposits and dividends 4,275 00 

Fund for contingent losses 1,400 91 

Undivided profit ' — 6 18 

Reserve fund .- 1,311 80 

Total $21,573 99 



Shares of stock in force, 127; shares loaned on, 37; membership, 42. 



THE SOUTHEASTERN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 
M. H. McCUNE, President. C. H. ADAM, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $7,389 96 

Dues on running stocky 10,018 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 4,710 03 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k securitv 1,099 50 

Interest 1,457 24 

Premium 368 52 

Fines 31 00 

Book fee 15 50 

Discount 1 30 

Total $25,091 05 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,575 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 230 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 5,343 14 

Matured stock 6,853 77 

Expenses— salaries 371 00 

Expenses— other purposes 115 65 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 2,602 49 

Total $25,091 05 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903.... $2,602 49 

Loans on mortgage security 24,075 35 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 720 50 

Furniture and fixtures 66 25 

Real estate 2,050 00 



Total. 



9,514 59 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $28,885 39 

Fund for contingent losses 550 00 

Undivided profit 79 20 

Total $29,514 59 



Shares of stock in force, 510; shares loaned on, 115; membership, 182. 



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MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE SOUTH MERIDIAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

No. 4, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

CHAS. A. GAUSS, President. JOHN G. OHLEYER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1902 $2,277 88 

Dues on running stock 15,152 50 

Loans on niort'ge security repaid. 3,462 65 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security l.'ilO 00 

Interest 2,253 85 

Premium 28 00 

Fines 70 

Membership fees 75 

Borrowed money 1.000 00 

Total $25,886 33 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $4,808 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 8,087 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 3.345 30 

Expenses — salaries 345 00 

Expenses — other purposes 89 00 

Borrowed money repaid 3,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 136 65 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 6,075 38 

Total $25,886 33 



Assets. 


Liabilities. 


Cash on hand June 30. 1903 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Accrued interest 


$6,075 38 
43,868 00 
11,900 00 
1.069 20 


Dues and diy'ds on running stock $56,002 55 

Undivided profit 5,910 03 

Borrowed money, ' Series II, bor- 
rowed from Series 1 1.000 00 






Total 


$62,912 5S 


Total $62,912 5S 







Shares of stock in force. 515: shares loaned on, 211; membership, 137. 



THE SOUTH MERIDIAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 5, OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

AUGUST H. PLANK, President. JOHN G. OHLEYER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $56S 50 

Dues on running stock 14.397 35 

Loans on niort'ge security repaid. 1,800 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 160 00 

Interest 618 85 

Premium 235 00 

Membership fees 15 00 

Borrowed money 8,100 00 

Total $25,894 70 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $8,745 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,430 00 

Expenses — salaries 265 00 

Expenses— other purposes 97 00 

Borrowed money repaid 13,300 00 

Interest on borrowed money 526 90 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 530 80 

Total $25,894 70 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $530 SO 

Loans on mortgage security 18,180 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,320 00 

Accrued interest 400 55 

Total $21,431 35 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $17,881 60 

Undivided profit 549 75 

Borrowed money 3,000 00 

Total $21,431 35 



Shares of stock in force, 500; shares loaned on, 104; membership, 125. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE STANDARD SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

HENRY F. HABENEY, President. JULIUS F. REINECKE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $8,946 99 

Dues on running stock 20,827 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 6,700 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,410 00 

Interest 3,286 82 

Premium 163 46 

Fines 11 47 

Membership fees 42 74 

Real estate 396 95 

Total $47,785 93 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $18,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 6,265 00 

Loans on other security 1,300 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 3,834 22 

Matured stock 9,400 00 

Expenses — salaries 260 00 

Expenses— other purposes 573 01 

Real estate 141 09 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 8,012 61 

Total $47,7S5 93 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $8,012 61 

Loans on mortgage security 44,950 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 9,015 00 

Loans on other security 7,000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 160 00 

Real estate 4,500 00 

Dues, premiums and interest de- 
linquent 938 61 

Total $74,576 22 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $72,505 00 

Fund for contingent losses 1,669 72 

Dues paid ahead 374 50 

Salary and rent due 27 00 



Total $74,576 22 



Shares of stock in force, 719; shares loaned on, 35; membership, 219. 



THE STANDARD SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

MOSES G. McLAIN, President. GEO. R. ROOT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $5,280 87 

Dues on running stock 391 15 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 800 00 

Interest; premium 1,980 89 

Real estate 11,925 00 

Refund overpayment withdrawal. 30 00 

Total $20,407 91 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $147 66 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 12,552 63 

Expenses— salaries 150 00 

Expenses— other purposes 1,499 63 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 6,057 99 

Total $20,407 91 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903.... $6,057 99 

Loans on mortgage security 1,908 15 

Real estate 10,981 76 

Total $18,947 90 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $18,121 01 

Fund for contingent losses 495 63 

Undivided profit 331 26 

Total $18,947 90 



Shares of stock in force, 1,6 



shares loaned on, 15; membership, 31. 



134 



MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE STATE BUILDING AND LOAN OF INDIANA OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

(In Liquidation.) 

H. T. CONDE, President. FINLBY B. PUGH, Secretary. 

Condition Jnne 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $7,134 51 

Dues on running stock 2,182 20 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 25,895 50 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 699 45 

Interest; premium 4,612 41 

Fines 13 60 

Real estate 12,041 49 

Refunder insurance and taxes 248 30 

Rental account 1,397 63 

Bills receivable 40 00 

Total $54,265 09 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $19,837 77 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 19,937 60 

Expenses— salaries 1,850 00 

Expenses— other purposes 2,586 18 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 36 25 

Real estate 2,632 63 

Sundries on withdrawals 95 60 

Interest and premium returned 6,386 48 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,002 58 

Total $54,265 09 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,002 58 

Loans on mortgage security 35,237 49 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 16,097 75 

Furniture and fixtures 499 00 

Real estate 69,995 47 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts 1,125 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 382 50 

Bills receivable 58 50 

Withdrawal fees (secured) 335 50 

Real estate sold under contract, 

not fully paid for 16,497 99 

Total $141,231 78 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $56,801 57 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 80,948 14 
Undivided profit 3,482 07 



Total $141,231 78 



Shares of stock in force, 6,556; shares loaned on, 2,640; membership, 1,0Q7. 



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MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE STATE HOUSE BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

W. W. HUBBARD, President. H. F. HACKEDORN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $14,055 46 

Dues on running stock 4,628 99 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1,150 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 14,674 16 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 605 00 

Interest 1,261 37 

Premium 1,261 37 

Fines 23 69 

Real estate 12,430 10 

Refunder insurance and taxes 2,548 90 

Reserve fund 770 08 

Insurance fund 173 40 

Rents received 175 52 



Total $53,758 04 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $9,300 05 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 325 00 

Witnd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 7,130 09 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 4,125 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 1,588 81 

Expenses— salaries 1,236 80 

Expenses— other purposes 416 27 

Borrowed money repaid 10,000 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 1,658 04 

Real estate 11,484 81 

Reserve fund 668 53 

Insurance fund 37139 

Interest and discount 868 05 

Furniture and fixtures 12 00 

Attorneys' fees 228 90 

Court costs 22 90 

Tax on real estate 144 71 

Insurance on real estate 18 50 

Improvements real estate 52 68 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 4,105 51 

Total $53,758 04 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,105 51 

Loans on mortgage security 33,047 93 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,957 00 

Furniture and fixtures 785 38 

Real estate 7,283 68 

Due for insurance and taxes 2,550 35 

Interest and discount 868 05 

Insurance on real estate 18 50 

Taxes on real estate 144 71 

Improvements on real estate 52 68 

Court costs 22 90 

Attorneys' fees 228 90 

Insurance fund 576 83 

Profit and loss 498 89 

Total $53,141 31 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $34,670 60 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 16,686 50 

Fund for contingent losses 1,684 21 

Borrowed money 100 00 



Total $53,141 31 



Shares of stock in force, 1,921; shares loaned on, 366; membership, 409. 



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MAEIO^ T COUNTY— Continued. 



THE STATE HOUSE BUILDING ASSOCIATION, No. 2, OF 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

W. W. HUBBARD, President. " H. F. HACKEDORN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $257 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,000 00 

Interest 25S 00 

Premium 25S 00 

Rents received 57 29 



Total $2,830 79 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $1,023 21 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 400 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits .-.-... 31 00 

Expenses— other purposes 5 00 

Overdraft cash 133 59 

Interest and discount 246 73 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 991 26 

Total $2,830 79 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $991 26 

Loans on mortgage security 1*250 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 145 00 

Furniture and fixtures 44 02 

Due for insurance and taxes 171 30 

Profit and loss 1,223 80 

Total $3,825 38 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 



$2,881 38 
944 00 



Total $3,825 38 



THE TEUTONIA No. 4 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

MARTIN MOCK, President. CONRAD MUELLER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on band June 30, 1902 $1,432 40 

Dues on running stock 15,383 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,356 18 

Interest 1,624 26 

Premium 271 47 

Fines 16 20 

Membership fees 65 00 

Real estate 271 66 

Total $21,420 67 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $6,400 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,800 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,530 52 

Matured stock 4,200 00 

Expenses — salaries 446 50 

Expenses — other purposes 68 16 

Borrowed money repaid 3,900 00 

Interest on borrowed money 34 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 57 20 

Real estate improvements 30 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 1,954 29 

Total $21,420 67 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,954 29 

Loans on mortgage security 28,900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,478 00 

Real estate 4,500 00 

Interest due July 1st „ 14S 00 

Miscellaneous 54 00 

Total $39,034 29 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $32,999 75 
Undivided profit 6,034 54 



Total $39,034 29 



Shares of stock in force, 624: shares loaned on, 110; membership, 19S. 



137 



MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE TRIENNIAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, No. 2, OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

OTTO HOFMAN, President. JOSEPH KERNEL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $205 62 

Dues on running stock 5,312 45 

Loans on niort'ge security repaid. 300 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 65 00 

Loans on other security repaid 400 00 

Interest 396 30 

Premium 32 37 

Fines 12 30 

Forfeitures 24 90 

Transfer fee 2 50 

Total $6,751 44 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,600 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,080 00 

Loans on other security 1,100 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 278 30 

Expenses— salaries 245 00 

Expenses— other purposes 30 00 

Borrowed money repaid 1,700 00 

Interest on borrowed money 29 85 

Cash on hand June 30. 1903 688 29 

Total $6,751 44 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $6SS 29 

Loans on mortgage security 6.400 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1.165 00 

Loans on other security 700 00 

Deficit 62 81 

Total $9,016 10 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $9,016 10 



Total. 



,016 10 



Shares of stock in force, 180; shares loaned on, 49. 



THE TURNERS' BUILDING AND SAYINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

ALBERT E. METZGER, President. ARMIN BOHN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $6,791 25 

Dues on running stock 51,681 47 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 21,400 00 

Deposits 1,615 54 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 27,5S4 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1.825 00 

Interest 7,799 01 

Borrowed money 14,000 00 

Refunder insurance 116 62 

Miscellaneous 30 



Total $132,993 19 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $54,578 79 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,450 00 

Withdrawals of running stock 33,993 74 

Withd'ls, paid-up and prep'd st'k. 12,060 00 

Withdrawals, deposits 925 58 

Matured stock 14,488 55 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock, running stock 4,305 52 

Expenses — salaries 874 00 

Expenses— other purposes 93 87 

Borrowed money repaid 8,000 00 

Interest on borrowed money 521 84 

Insurance paid for borrowers 106 00 

Interest on withdrawals 289 45 

Interest on deposits 18 46 

Fixtures and stationery 9146 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 195 93 

Total .$132,993 19 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $195 93 

Loans on mortgage security 150,436 17 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,800 00 

Furniture and fixtures 223 60 

Interest accrued on loans 1,342 28 

Total $155,997 98 



Liabilities. 



Dues on running stock $93,654 42 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 36,819 72 

Deposits 1,174 96 

Undivided profit 7,976 89 

Borrowed money 14,000 00 

Int. accrued on borrowed money.. 6 25 
Miscellaneous dividends accrued 

on paid-up stock not withdrawn 2,365 74 

Total $155,997 98 



Shares of stock in force, 4,285; shares loaned on, 1,476; membership, 503. 



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MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE UNION NATIONAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

NICHOLAS ENSLEY, President. OLIVER P. ENSLEY, Secretary. 

Condition June' 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,777 17 

Dues on running stock .-. 28,581 15 

Paid-up stock 55,900 00 

Deposits 500 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 75,304 34 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,725 00 

Interest; premium 30.336 41 

Fines 829 12 

Attorney fees 450 00 

Appraisal fees 726 00 

Making papers 130 00 

Real estate 14,370 73 

Deposits by U. Ntl. S. and L. 

Ass'n No. 2 3,500 00 

Miscellaneous 53 92 

Total $217,183 84 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $130,593 40 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,990 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 32,842 96 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 29,937 03 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 9,432 34 

Expenses— salaries 5,222 45 

Expenses — other purposes 1,80105 

Real estate 1,727 45 

Attorney fees 450 00 

Appraisal fees 8 00 

Miscellaneous 51 92 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 127 24 

Total $217,183 84 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $127 24 

Loans on mortgage security 335.155 97 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 465 00 

Furniture and fixtures 200 00 

Real estate 11,811 64 

Total $347,759 85 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $94,499 99 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 209,100 00 

Deposits 8,850 00 

Fund for contingent losses 16,000 00 

Undivided profit 7,609 86 

Deposits U. Ntl. Savings and Loan 
Ass'n No. 2 11,700 00 

Total $347,759 85 



Shares of stock in force, 5,621; shares loaned on, 333; membership, 773. 



THE UNION NATIONAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

No. 2.. OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

NICHOLAS ENSLEY, President. OLIVER P. ENSLEY, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $544 84 

Dues on running stock 1,881 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 6,463 75 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 150 00 

Interest; premium 1,987 18 

Fines 57 55 

Real estate 1,023 72 



Total $12,108 04 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Real estate 

Deposits 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 



$60 30 


5,889 60 


119 00 


490 00 


157 20 


77 96 


3,500 00 


1,813 98 



Total $12,108 04 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,S13 9S 

Loans on mortgage security 10,311 46 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 100 00 

Real estate 707 45 

Deposits U,700 00 



Total $24,632 89 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $15,393 70 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 6,492 SO 

Fund for contingent losses 1,800 00 

Undivided profit 946 39 



Total $24,632 89 



Shares of stock in force, 278; shares loaned on, 



membership, 40. 



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MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



THE UNITED STATES BUILDING AND LOAN INSTITUTION OP 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

W, W. HUBBARD, President. H. F. HACKBDORN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $1,226 32 

Dues on running stock 2,301 19 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 5,000 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 29,424 77 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 105 00 

Interest 2,536 87 

Premium 2,536 88 

Fines 71 51 

Real estate 9,456 80 

Refunder insurance and taxes 1,723 21 

Rents received 1,117 70 

Reserve fund 501 67 

Insurance fund 8 00 



Total - $56,009 92 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $3,052 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 375 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 6,063 13 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 16,856 69 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 4,677 16 

Expenses— salaries 2,125 20 

Expenses— other purposes '. 503 20 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 1,426 74 

Real estate 9,521 55 

Insurance fund 4 74 

Reserve fund 1,157 95 

Furniture and fixtures 16 00 

Insurance on real estate 26 20 

Court costs 43 38 

Miscellaneous 450 92 

Interest and discount .-> 517 12 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 9,192 88 

Total $56,009 92 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $9,192 88 

Loans on mortgage security 57,318 08 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,132 50 

Furniture and fixtures 112 97 

Real estate 13,603 56 

Due for insurance and taxes 7.995 70 

Insurance on real estate 26 20 

Improvements on real estate 325 87 

Taxes on real estate 664 66 

Miscellaneous 864 90 

Profit, and loss 859 11 

Total $92,096 43 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $26,727 22 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 62,135 81 

Fund for contingent losses 3,225 10 

Insurance fund 8 30 



Total $92,096 43 



Shares of stock in force, 2,937; shares loaned on, 680; membership, 474. 



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MAEIOK COUNTY— Continued. 



THE VIRGINIA AVENUE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
OF INDIANAPOLIS. 
A. F. C. WEILAND, President. HUGO KEIL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1903. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1902 $590 85 

Dues on running stock 2,832 25 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 362 00 

Interest 195 01 

Premium 19 58 

Membership fees 11 80 

Borrowed money 600 00 

Rent 104 50 

Total $4,715 99 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security $540 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 3,256 34 

Expenses— salaries 162 50 

Expenses — other purposes 73 42 

Borrowed money repaid 500 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 183 73 

Total $4,715 99 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $183 73 

Loans on mortgage security 2,800 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 488 00 

Real estate 1,617 24 

Office fixtures 5 00 

Total $5,093 97 



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