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Special Joint Comm. on Insurance Companies. Report, 1836
House No. 56 A Special Joint Committee reported: Should insurance companies have to pay a 6% dividend only and no more, reinvesting any residue?
If such a rule were adopted, when would it be applied? At the renewal of a company's charter? The Committee gave specific examples of insurance
transactions which it felt showed such a rule would not work. It appended a table with lots of information about the insurance business in the 1830s.
(Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Library of Congress).
Title:   The special joint committee, to whom were referred the order of January 25th, directing them to consider and report whether any regulations ought to be adopted, in relation to the time of paying over to stock-holders, such dividends of profits, as may exceed the amount of six per centum on the capital stock of said companies; and to whom were referred the insurance returns, made in pursuance of the order of the House of Feb. 4, and concurred in by the Senate, March 16th, ask leave to present the following report ...
OCLC Number:   1410406415
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