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DETAILED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.

BERKSHIRE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, PITTSFIELD.

(Incorporated May, 1851. Commenced business September, 1851.]

Thomas F. PLUNKETT, President.

Secretary, EDWARD BOLTWOOD.

Vice-President, JAMES FRANCIS.

Principal Office, Pittsfield, Mass.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF ASSETS.

Par value.

United States Stocks and Securities owned by the Company :

Market value. United States 6 per cent. Bonds of 1881, Reg'd, $50,000 00 $57,500 00

5-20 Bonds of 1867, Registered, . 50,000 00 56,437 50 5-20 Bonds of 1867, Coupon, 170,000 00 191,887 50 5-20 Bonds of 1874, Coupon, 15,000 00 16,425 00

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$285,000 00 $322,250 00

County, City and Town Stocks, Boston and Loans :City of Concord (N. H.) Bonds,

$15,000 00 $15,000 00 North Adams Water Scrip,

43,000 00 43,000 00 Berkshire County Loan,

110,000 00 110,000 00 Town of Washington Loan,

2,000 00 2,000 00 Town of Pittsfield Loan,

5,000 00 5,000 00 Town of Cheshire Loan,

14,000 00 14,000 00

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Stocks, Bonds and Securities held as Collateral for Cash Loans :

Market value. Loaned thereon. Central Pacific Railroad Bond, .

$1,010 00 $1,000 00 58 shares Agricultural National Bank,

9,280 00 6,000 00 United States 5-20 Bond,

1,128 75 800 00 5-20 Bond,

650 00 10-40 Bond, . Stockbridge and Pittsfield Railroad Stock,

1,500 00 1,000 00 15 shares First National Bank of South Adams, 1,500 00 1,000 00

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$16,618 75 $10,450 00

Other Cash Loans :

Personal loans (principal and two sureties), .

Cash value. $9,626 98

Other Debts, Claims and Demands due the Company :Bills receivable,

$1,101 44

All other Assets and Property owned by the Company :Office furniture (at home office and agencies),

$3,000 00

SUMMARY OF ASSETS, DECEMBER 31, 1871.

Assets in Possession.

$194,501 67

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Cash value of real estate owned by the Com

pany, after deducting all liens and incum-
brances,
Market value of Securities owned by the

Company :-
United States securities,

$322,250 00 County, city and town securities,. 189,000 00 Bank stocks, .

141,080 00 Total market value of stocks,

bonds and securities, . Cash loaned on deeds of trust or

mortgages of real estate, $584,439 92 Cash loaned on collat'l securities, 10,450 00

Total cash loans, except on

policies, Premium notes or loans, on interest, taken on

policies now actually in force (exclusive of interest),

652,330 00

594,889 92

170,914 53

Amount carried forward,

$1,612,636 12

* Total value of mortgaged property,

Amount of insurance beld as collateral,

$1,720,500 00

189,450 00

Amount brought forward,

$1,612,636 12 Cash on hand in the office of the Company, ..

$1,180 69
Deposited to the Company's credit
and not drawn against, in the

Agricultural National Bank, . 53,428 34
Pittsfield National Bank, 29,393 56
Total cash, :

84,002 59 All other Assets in possession of the Company, 12,626 98 Gross Cash Assets,

$1,709,265 69

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Unrealized Assets.

$23,877 32

35,635 45

Net amount of premiums falling due in 1871

(exclusive of deferred premiums), on policies

now actually in force, Net amount of deferred premiums (not else

where included), on policies now actually in force, being balance of annual premiums, payable in semi-annual, quarteriy, or other

instalments, Actual amount of unpaid interest

due or accrued on cash loans and on bonds owned by the

Co., and not elsewhere included, $15,456 61 Actual amount of interest accrued

on premium notes and loans on policies now in force,

5,711 54 Total accrued interest, All other claims and present values owned by the Company, and not included elsewhere,

Total Unrealized Assets,

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21,168 15

1,101 44

81,782 36

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Amounts brought forward, .

$1,707,715 71 $1,791,048 05 Amount of all unpaid dividends

of surplus, percentages, bonuses,
or other descriptions of profits
due policy-holders, .

$2,562 11
Total dividend, or special lia-
bility to policy-holders,

$2,562 11 Whole amount of all other debts and obliga

tions (of and against the Company), absolute
or contingent, due or to become due, viz.:-
Incidental expenses,

31 61
Gross present Liabilities of the Company,
as to Policy-holders,

1,710,309 43 Surplus as regards Policy-holders,

$80,738 62

JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,

BOSTON.

[Incorporated April 21, 1862. Commenced business December 27, 1862.]

GEORGE P. SANGER, President.

Secretary, GEORGE B. AGER. FARNHAM PLUMMER, Vice-President.

Actuary, ELIZUR WRIGHT. Principal Office, No. 16 Sears Building, corner Court and Washington

Streets, Boston.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF ASSETS.
United States Stocks and Securities owned by the Company :-

Par value. Market value. United States Registered Bonds, 1881,

$10,000 00 $11,450 00 5-20 Bonds, Registered,

75,000 00 84,190 50 5-20 Bonds, Coupon,

50,000 00 56,122 00

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Railroad Stocks and Bonds:120 shares Vermont and Canada Railroad, Old Colony and Newport R. R. 6 per cent.

Bonds, Old Colony and Newport R. R. 7 per cent.

Bonds, Vermont Central and Vermont and Canada

R. R. 8 per cent. Bonds, . Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain R. R. 8 per

cent. Bonds, Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore R. R.

6 per cent. Bonds, Western (Mass.) R. R. 6 per cent. Bonds, Illinois Grand Trunk R R. 8 per cent. Bonds, . Michigan Central R. R. 8 per cent. Bonds, Grand River Valley R. R. 8 per cent. Bonds, Cedar Rapids and Missouri River R. R. 7 per

cent. Bonds, Lansing, Jackson and Saginaw R. R. 8 per

cent. Bonds,

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