Publications of the American Statistical Association, Volum 8

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American Statistical Association, 1903
 

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Side 6 - ... he may appoint for that purpose, any foreign insurance company applying for admission or already admitted to do business by agencies in this...
Side 4 - ... of the society. He may, in his discretion, accept in lieu of such examination the examination of the insurance department of the state, territory, district, province or country where such society is organized. The actual expenses of examiners making any such examination shall be paid by the society upon statement furnished by the insurance commissioner. If any such society or its officers refuse to...
Side 390 - With regard to municipal statistics, this committee holds to the opinion expressed in their report in 19o1, viz., that 'it is impracticable at present to attempt to secure uniform returns throughout the whole field of municipal statistics from any considerable number of American cities.' The remainder of this report will be devoted to an attempt to justify that opinion. "Municipal statistics, properly speaking, include the consideration of a great variety of facts, covering a wide range of subjects....
Side 263 - Grade 1. Families of undoubted respectability earning sufficient income to live well ; not engaged in menial service of any kind ; the wife engaged in no occupation save that of house-wife, except in a few cases where she had special employment at home. The children not compelled to be bread-winners, but found in school ; the family living in a well-kept home.
Side 5 - No order, judgment or decree providing for an accounting, or enjoining, restraining or interfering with the prosecution of the business of any domestic insurance corporation, or appointing a temporary or permanent receiver thereof, shall be made or granted otherwise than upon the application of the attorney-general on his own motion, or after his approval of a request in writing therefor of the superintendent of insurance, except in an action by a judgment creditor, or In proceedings supplementary...
Side 277 - ... Resolved, That the American Public Health Association recommends that the Bertillon classification of causes of death be adopted by all the registrars of vital statistics in the United States, Canada and Mexico, as soon as the change from the systems now in use can be conveniently made ; Resolved, That a proposal be made for an international alliance between the registrars of the three countries included in this Association, and the registrars of France and other countries now using, or which...
Side 152 - ... the inaccuracies due to the unequal length of the months have been eliminated by comparing the daily number of deaths in each month with the mean daily number for the year. It is also quite plain that an estimate of population which may be applied in calculating the...
Side 6 - ... shall be punished by a fine of not less than five hundred nor more than five thousand dollars, or by imprisonment, with or without hard labor, not less than six months nor more than six years, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Side 4 - If, upon examination, he is of opinion that any domestic insurance company is insolvent, or has exceeded its powers, or has failed to comply with any provision of law, or that its condition is such as to render its further proceedings hazardous to the public or to its...
Side 6 - At least once in each three years, and whenever he determines it to be prudent, he shall personally or by his deputy, examiner, or chief clerk, visit each domestic insurance company, and thoroughly inspect and examine its affairs, to ascertain its financial condition, its ability to fulfil its obligations and whether it has complied with the provisions of law...

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