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CONTENTS OF VOLUME III
L. 1909, Ch. 33. “An Act in relation to insurance corporations,
constituting chapter twenty-eight of the Consolidated Laws.”
(In effect February 17, 1909.)
CHAPTER 28 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS
[Formerly In 1892, Ch. 690, being chapter 38 of the General Laws.] Article 1. General provisions (S$ 1–62).
2. Life, health and casualty insurance corporations
(88 70–106). 8. Fire insurance corporations (S$ 110–148). 4. Marine insurance corporations (S$ 150–162). 5. Title and credit guaranty corporations (S$ 170–184). 6. Life or casualty insurance corporations upon the co
operative or assessment plan (S$ 200–217). 7. Fraternal beneficiary societies, orders or associations
(S$ 230–240). 8. Corporations for insurance of domestic animals
(S$ 250–254). 9. Town and county co-operative insurance corporations
(S$ 260–280). 10. Town insurance companies organized and existing
under and pursuant to Laws 1857, chapter 739
(8$ 330–346). 11. Laws repealed; *construction; when to take effect
(S$ 360, 361.)
General Provisions Section 1. Short title and application.
2. The superintendent of insurance.
4. Seal and certificate, when evidence. Explanation.— For location and disposition of former sections of the Insurance Law bee L. 1892, Ch. 690, in “ Consolidated Schedule of Repeals," Vol. 7. • So in original. See page 1962.
5. Deputy superintendent and clerks.
number of directors.
tions. 26. Deposits by insurance corporations of other states. 27. Funds and capital of insurance corporations in
corporated outside of the United States. 28. Special deposit required in certain cases. 29. Copy charter and verified statement to be filed. 30. Appointment of attorney; removal of cause to federal
courts. 31. Certified copy of superintendent's certificate to be
filed in the clerk's office. 32. Renewal of certificate of authority. 33. Reciprocal requirements. 34. Taxation of foreign corporations. 35. Superintendent to forward process. 36. Officers and directors not to be pecuniarily interested
in transactions. 37. Corporations heretofore formed. 38. Fiduciary capacity of agents. 39. Examiners and examinations. 40. Examination by superintendent upon request of stock
holder, policyholder or creditor. 41. Impairment of capital.