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ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS OF AMERICA.

General Information Relative to the Mutual Benefit Department.

Assessment No. 447 is for death of Geo. W. Crawford, Sept. 24, 1905.

Time for payment expires Nov. 30, 1905.
See Article 27, Laws Governing Mutual Benefit Department.

BENEFITS PAID FROM AUGUST 1 TO AUGUST 31, 1905, INCLUSIVE.

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NUMBER OF MEMBERS ASSESSED.

Series A. 11,462; Series B, 12,855; Series C, 6,696; Series D, 419; Series E, 58. ment No. 447, $59,226.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Received on Mortuary Assessment to Aug. 31, 1905 Received on Reserve Fund Assessment to Aug. 31, 1905. Received on Expense Assessment to Aug. 31, 1905. Received on Applications, etc., to Aug. 31, 1905...:

Total Amount of Benefits paid to Aug. 31, 1905
Total Amount of Expenses paid to Aug. 31, 1905
To the Credit of Mortuary Fund, Aug. 31, 1905.
To the Credit of Reserve Fund, Aug. 31, 1905
To the Credit of Expense Fund, Aug. 31, 1905

CAUSE

Gun Shot Wound
Tuberculosis
Loss of Leg
R. R. Accident
Loss of Arm
Ulceration of Bowels
Typhoid Fever
R. R. Accident
Consumption
Loss of Leg
Loss of Foot
R. R. Accident.
R. R. Accident
Diabetes Meletis
Consumption
Accident
Chronic Nephritis
Septicemia
R. R. Accident
General Paresis
Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Appendicitis
Accident
Diabetes
Tuberculosis & H't Dis'se
Heart Disease
R. R. Accident
Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Gun Shot Wound
R. R. Accident
Cirrhosis of Liver
Peritonitis

Amount of Assess

$7,833,309.15

299,101.38 123,155.80 113,179.53

$8,368.745.86

$7,703,567.00

216,861.01 129,742.15 299, 101.38 19,474.32

$8,368,745.86

EXPENSES PAID DURING AUGUST. Pees returned, $42.00; sundry expense, $6.92; postage, $369.00; stationery and printing, $51.75; salary, $688.61.

W. J. MAXWELL, Secretary.

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