Legislative Documents Volume . 25, 84-89

Legislative Documents Volume . 25, 84-89

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...Law. Being unable to furnish an employer having such incidental maritime employment with complete coverage of his liability toward his employees, while its competitors can give such combined compensation and employers' liability coverage, the State Fund is practically excluded from this additional field as well as from those industries in which the employments are exclusively maritime. Increase in reserves: Below are given the usual tables presenting a historical comparison of State Fund business by years, and an income and disbursement statement for 1920. L. W. Hatch, Manager. Increase for: LosseB $630,409 14 Deferred claims expense 18,912 27 Expenses (Sees. 94 and 77) 103,144 18 Uncollectible policyholders accounts 88,907 32 Unearned premiums 225,258 31 Gross increase '1'?S'6nJ2? Decrease for experience fluctuation 13,205 65 Net increase in reserves 1,053,425 57 Total disbursements $3,250,829 67 Surplus _ Earned in 1920 $847.392 21 On Dec. 31. 1919 848,215 41 $1,695,607 62 Decrease in value of investments in 1920 106,142 63 $1,589,464 99 Dividends credited in 1920 367,279 46 Surplus for catastrophe 802,428 98 Unassigned surplus 419,761 57 Total surplus, Dec. 31, 1920 $1,222,185 53 PART IV REPORT OF BUREAU OF MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION REPORT OF THIRD DEPUTY COMMISSIONER IN CHARGE OF BUREAU OF MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION To the Industrial Commission: I herewith respectfully submit report of the Bureau of Mediation and Arbitration for the year ending June 30, 1920. This report, in comparison with that of period ending June 30, 1919, indicates as follows: 1919 1920 Number of strikes and lockouts 168 240 Employees involved directly 208,952 334,188 Employees involved indirectly 2,006 16,403 Aggregate days of working time lost 11,346,653...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 413g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236924959
  • 9781236924957