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ALLEN-Borther W. C. Allen, Division 126, Omaha, Neb.
AMEND--Son of Brother W. J. Amend, Division 144, Derry Sta., Pa.
ANDERSON— Wife of Brother W. D. Anderson, Division 290, Paducah, Ky.
ATKINSON-Brother H. C. Atkinson, Division 44, Denver, Colo.
BLISS---Brother C. T. Bliss, Division 61, LaCrosse, Wis.
BRADY-Brother J. Brady, Division 162, Philadelphia, Pa.
Cahill-Brother T. H. Cahill, Division 259, Fond du Lac, Wis.
CHILDERS—Brother W. H. Childers, Division 262, Cleburne, Tex.
CHIPP-Brother J. W. Chipp, Division 150, Utica, N. Y.
COLE-Son of Brother H. Cole, Division 419, Shreveport, La.
COPELAND-Brother W. Copeland, Division 248, Tuscumbia, Ala.
CRESSY-Brother W. G. Cressy, Division 91, Portland, Ore.
DOOLITTLB--Son of Brother G. S. Doolittle, Division 312, Weehawken, N. J.
DRISCOLL—Brother D. E. Driscoll, Division 122, Boston, Mass.
DUNHAM-Wife of Brother C. L. Dunham, Division 55, Kansas City, Mo.
EARTHMAN-Brother H. J. Earthman, Division 44, Denver, Colo.
FITZHUGH--Brother B. C. Fitzhugh, Division 190, Grafton, W. Va.
FLINN--Brother ). Flinn, Division 153, Mauch Chunk, Pa.
FRENCH--Wife of Brother W. French, Division 217, Allegheny, Pa.
FRISBY-Brother W. H. Frisby, Division 32, Meadville, Pa.
GALLADAY--Brother C. W. Galladay, Division 184. Clifton Forge, Va.
GERARD-Brother C. A. Gerard, Division 161, Parsons, Kan.
GLOVER-Brother O. Glover, Division 209, Pocatello, Idaho.
HARSHAW-Son of Brother A. C. Harshaw, Division 345, Toronto Junction, Ont.
Hertzog-Daughter of Brother T. H. Hertzog, Division 201, McKees Rocks, Pa.
Hines-Brother R. Hines, Division 432, Monterey, Mexico.
HOGAN-Brother D. J. Hogan, Division 60, Sedalia, Mo.
KEISER--Son of Brother F. Keiser, Division 96, Aurora, Ill.
KELLY-Brother M. W. Kelly, Division 371, Livingston, Mont.
Kelso-Brother C. J. Kelso, Division 32, Meadville, Pa.
KINDRED-Brother W. Kindred, Division 169, Jersey City, N. J.
KLiNGER-Brother W. H. Klinger, Division 162, Philadelphia, Pa.
LYONS-Brother D. Lyons, Division 46, Milwaukee, Wis.
MCKNIGHT-Brother G. W. McKnight, Division 161, Parsons, Pa.
McPixe-Brother Wm. McPike--, Division 69, El Paso, Tex.
MARTIN-Brother J. Martin, Division 2, Buffalo, N. Y.
MILLER-Father of Brother A, H. Miller, Division 139, Knoxville, Tenn.
MILLER-Wife of Brother E. J. Miller, Division 114, Pittsburg, Pa.
Oliver-Brother J. H. Oliver, Division 384, Tottenville, N. Y.
PILLING-Brother E. R. Pilling, Division 114, Pittsburg, Pa.
PILLIOD-Brother J. M. Pilliod, Division 278, Dennison, Ohio.
REARDON—Brother C. Reardon, Division 102, Grand Rapids, Mich.
RYAN-Brother T. P. Ryan, Division 107, Cincinnati, Ohio.
STANN—Brother A A. Stann, Division 26, Toledo, Ohio.
TAYLOR-Brother W. Z. Taylor, Division 369, Parkersburg W Va.
THOMPSON-Wife of Brother G. W. Thompson, Division 202 Augusta, Ga.
VANDIVER-Wife of Brother S. L. Vandiver, Division 180, Atlanta, Ga,
WATTERS—Wife of Brother J. M. Watters, Division 276, Goodland, Kan,
Wilcox-Brother M. J. Wilcox. Division 285, Spokane, Wash.
WRIGHT-Brother of Brother T. J. Wright Division 112, Centralia, Iul.

ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS OF AMERICA,

General Information Relative to the Mutual Benefit Department.

Assessment No. 437 is for death of C. W. Galladay, January 22, 1905.

March 31, 1905.

BENEFITS PAID FROM DEC. 1, 1904, TO DEC. 31, 1904, INCLUSIVE,

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H. M. Sharp E. M. Wise S. E. VanOrder L. L. Elkins F. L. Goddard J. B. Hoff 'Thos. Barry G. S. Steele S. E. Sayers Geo. W. Runyon J. E. Stewart F. S. Harbaugh Geo. H. Howe C. F. Brown John Hefferin L. H. Duff C. W. Cooper Wm. Day J. J. Haggarty John Robb C. E. Hurd J. B. Warren W. J. Giblin W. E. Hood L. L. Chapman J. S. Yongue J. V. Bain W. B. Evans A. P. Nash C. A. Goodyear L. W. Barnett David Bain F. Campbell B. K. Lege 0. C. Betz 1. T. Wimple

436 323 176 196 124 337

56 155 328

49 261 354 122 305 160 200 182 44

7 60

1 52 317 44

4427 8587 10597 7837 9427 8381 12039

202 4091 25-19 5678 11237 5529 2148 3167 1533 1594 1705 3436 5737 8794 5140 2892 5841 3109 10176 6135 3060

86 2824 8017 7114 2207 10472

406 11578

Death
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Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
Death
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$3000 2000 2000 1000 1000 2000 2000 1000 1000 1000 2000 1000 1000 3000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 2000 · 1000

3000 3000 3000 2000 1000 3000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1000 1000 4000 2000

422 395 200 305

60 194

1 29 159 108 257

NUMBER OF MEMBERS ASSESSED.
Series A, 11,204; Series B, 11,982; Series C, 6,493; Series D, 434; Series E, 58.
No. 437, $56,673.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

Received on Mortuary Assessment to Dec. 31, 1904 Received on Reserve Fund Ass't to Dec. 31, 1904 Received on Expense Assessment to Dec. 31, 1904 Received on Applications, etc. to Dec. 31, 1904 ..

Total Amount of Benefits paid to Dec. 31, 1904. Total Amount of Expenses paid to Dec. 31, 1904 To the Credit of Mortuary Fund, Dec. 31, 1904 To the Credit of Reserve Fund, Dec. 31 1904. To the Credit of Expense Fund, Dec. 31, 1904

Time for payment expires

CAUSE

Pistol Shot
R. R. Accident
Loss of foot
Heart Disease
Cirrhosis of Liver
Diabetes
Accident
Heart Failure
R. R. Accident
R. R. Accident
R. R. Accident
Accident
Tuberculosis
R. R. Accident
Kidney Trouble
Abscess of Liver
R. R. Accident
Pneumonia
Brights Disease
R R. Accident
Heart Trouble
R. R. Accident
Accident
Accident
Loss of Limb
Accident
Loss of Arm
Loss of Foot
Heart and Kindey Disease
Heart Disease
Gun Shot Wound
Accident
Typhoid Fever
Brights Disease
Tuberculosis
Typhold Fever

Amount of Assessment

7,228,355.15

286,350.48 123,155.43 105,925.71

$ 7,743,787.09

$ 7,164,567.00

202,669.90

63.788.15 286,350.43

26,411.52

$ 7,743,787.09

EXPENSES PAID DURING DECEMBER.

Fees returned $23.00; Sundry expense, $22.95; Postage, $302.00; Stationery and Printing, $39.40; Salary, $692.50; Legal, $50.00.

W. J. MAXWELL, Secretary,

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