American Almanac And Repository Of Useful Knowledge Volume 27
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1855 Excerpt: ...In United States stocks and Treasury-notes, $ 11,239.38. Bank stocks in Massachusetts, S4,426,332.18. State Stock, $90,200.00. Loans on bottomry and respondentia, 830,500. Real estate, 8303,3...
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5.01. Mortgages on do., 8 1,177,919.17. Loanson collateral and personal security, 8 502,775.91; loans on personal security only, $ 409,563.49. Cash, 8 401,313.02. Reserved or contingent fund, 8498,145.91. Railroad stock, 8903,375.97. Losses ascertained and unpaid, 8371,803.27. Estimated losses in addition, 8538,727.59. Premium notes, 82,220,872.53, of which 8 498,529.06 are on risks that have terminated. Notes bad or doubtful, but not charged to profit and loss, 8 14,025.29. At risk, marine, S 05,965,247.25; fire, 8 112,775,318.88. Premiums on fire risks undetermined, 8 914,272.35. Fire losses paid last year, 8435,783.36. Marine losses do., $2,475,252.70. In mutual offices, amount insured during the year on marine risks is 8129,711,771,50; whole amount on fire risks, 8229,449,187.00; losses paid during the year, on marine risks, S3,428,523.a8; lire risks, 8451,153.44. There are four life-insurance companies, and the amount insured by their existing policies is $8,320,417.02. The amount of losses the past year was $70,902.71. There was also insured a considerable amount within the year by foreign companies, on life, marine, and fire risks. Banks.--At the session of the Legislature in 1854 a law was passed requiring the banks in Boston to report weekly their condition to the Secretary of State in the particulars in the headings of the columns in the tables given below, and that the Secretary should publish these reports weekly. The same act required the same report to be made monthly by the banks out of Boston. The American Almanac for 1855, p. 233, contains the weekly r...