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ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS OF AMERICA.

General Information Relative to the Mutual Benefit Department.

Assessment No. 448 is for death of J. C. McClelland, October 23, 1905. Time for payemnt expires Decem

ber 31, 1905.
See Article 27, Laws governing Mutual Benefit Department.

BENEFITS PAID FROM SEPTEMBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 1905.

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Cancer of Liver
Injuries in R. R. wreck.
R. R. Accident
R. R. Accident.
Cancer of Liver.
Tuberculosis.
R. R. Accident.
Typhoid Fever.
Bright's Disease.
Aortic Regurgitation.
Cholera Morbus
Compression of Brain.
Pernicious Malaria.
Rupture of Pulmonary
vessel-Emphysema Hy-
Nephritis. (pertrophic.
R. R. Accident.
Mastoid Abscess.
R. R. Accident.
Chronic Bright's Disease.
R. R. Accident.
Typhoid Fever.
Paresis.
Loss of Leg.
Loss of Arm.
Cancer.
Tumor of base of Brain.
Loss of Arm.
Accident.
Softening of Brain.
Paralysis.
Heart Disease.
Despondency.
Bright's Disease.
Dilatation of Heart.
R. R. Accident.
Bright's Disease.
Loss of Arm.

NUMBER OF MEMBERS ASSESSED.

Amount of Assessment

Series A, 11,566; Series B, 12,937; Series C; 6,711; Series D, 417; Series E, 58.
No. 448, $59,531.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
Received on Mortuary Assessment to Sept. 30, 1905
Received on Reserve Fund Assessment to Sept. 30, 1905
Received on Expense Assessment to Sept. 30, 1905.
Received on Applications, etc.,to Sept. 30, 1905 ..

$ 7,885,271.15

321,066.88
123,155.80

113,915.53
$ 8,443,409.36

Total Amount of Benefits paid to Sept. 30, 1905

7,775,567.00 Total Amount of Expenses paid to Sept. 30, 1905

217,677.09 To the Credit of Mortuary Fund, Sept. 30, 1905

109,704.15 To the Credit of Reserve Fund, Sept. 30, 1905

321,066.88 To the Credit of Expense Fund, Sept. 30, 1905

19,394.24

$ 8,443,409.36
EXPENSES PAID DURING SEPTEMBER.
Fees returned, $21.00; Sundry expense, $32.58; Postage, $4.00; Stationery and Printing. $41.00:
Salary, $667.50.

W. J. MAXWELL, Secretary.

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RECOMMENDS A

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To make the operation of opening the knuckle by means of

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