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Insurance Company

JANUARY I, 1903

Total Admitted Assets, as per Certificate of Insurance

Department $322,840,900

Reserve Value of Policies and Annuities

Policies known as the Company's 3% policies and all policies
issued since Dec. 31, igoo, being valued as per American
Experience Table of Mortality with 3% interest; other Policies
valued as per Combined Experience Table of Mortality
with 4% interest, as per Certificate of New York Insurance
Department $268,344,420

General Liabilities ... $4,462,361

Additional Reserve on Policies

which the Company values on a 3% or 3^4%
basis, over the 4% valuation by the Insurance
Department ?5>397j3^5

Reserve to Provide Dividends

payable to policy-holders during 1903 and in

subsequent years as per policy contracts 34>' 25>°79

Reserves tO provide for all other Contin-
gencies 10,511,715

50,034,119

Total $322,840,900

Income, 1902 $79,108,401

New Insurance paid for in 1902 302,798,229

Insurance in force (Paid-for) 1,553,628,026

The New York LIFE'S Accumulation Policy contains no restrictions whatever, and only one condition, namely, the payment of premiums. It is incontestable by its terms, and is automatically non-forfeitable after the first premium is paid. After the policy has been in force two full years, loans will be made thereon by the Company at 5 per cent, interest, premium for the current year being paid.

JOHN A. JIcCALL, President.

HENRY TUCK, Vice-President.

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A Fight for the City. II. The Drag on the Ticket By Alfred Hodder

The Settlement Idea and Small Communities. By Lillian W. Betts

The Best Side of Paris. By Carl S.

Vrooman

The History of the Week. The Books of the Week

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THE WEEK:

The Phenomenal Coal Situation 183

The Coal Duties Suspended 183

The Proposed Seizure of Mines and Railroads 184

The Mormon Apostle as Senator 185

The Detention of Jlablnl 186

The Panama Canal 187

Herro Office-Holders 187

"Cornered" Contracts Not Binding 18»

The Chinese Indemnity 189

The Irish Land Question 190

The Swedish Famine 190

Missionaries In Morocco 191

Dr. Delitzsch and the Kaiser 191

Church Statistics for the Year 191

Chinese Students In America 192

Adulteration of Drugs 193

American Training for Philippine Priests 193

EDITORIALS:

AGreat Citizen 194

Judge Tart 195

The Reality of Sorrow 197

Impressions of a Careless Traveler. L. A. 200

CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES:

A Fight for the City.—H. The Drag on
the Ticket 203

By Alfred Hodder

The Best Side of Paris 209

By Carl S. Vrooman

The Settlement Idea in Relation to Small
Communities '. 212

By Lillian W. Berts
Labor's Critics (Poem) 215

By Annie C. Mnirhead

BOOKS AND AUTHORS: The Economic Interpretation of History.. 216 Imperialism (Review of J. A. Hobson's "Imperialism," Brooks Adams's "The New Empire," and A. H. Snow's " Administration of Dependencies ") 217

The Founders of Mormonism (Riley) 220

Books of the Week 221

CORRESPONDENCE 226

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THE OUTLOOK COMPANY

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Copyright, 1903, by The Outlook Company, Entered a» second-class matter in the New York Post-Office.

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