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Arthur Hunter 133 Invaliditiit und Mortalitat bei den bayerischen Knappschaftskassen. Eggenberger 145 A Comparison of the OM Table of Mortality with the (Adjusted) American Table. Hardy 150 Brief Notes on the British Offices' Mortality Experience, 1863-1893. Peek 434 Die verschiedenen Systeme der Versicherung von geschwiichten Leber in Deutschland. Gunckel 452 Uber die Herstellung von Invaliden-Sterbetafeln. Eggenberger 458 On the Question of Health Insurance from the Practical Point of View, in- cluding Tables. It being a well recognised fact that Officers are marked men on the battlefield, while it is probable that as a body they are men of better stamina than the rank and file, and perhaps are better cared for when ill. Generally, as might have been expected, it will be observed that the age distribution had verv little effect upon the death-rates, the incidents of the campaign and the length of the period of exposure being much more potent factors. Die Erfahrung der versicherten Freisassen und Freiwilligen wird dann be- handelt. " 1 .41 1.63 82 5 6 2 2 1 2 2.03 2.43 .81 .81 .41 .82 2.44 3.24 2.03 1.62 1.63 .82 .41 Mav " June " 1 2 3 .41 .81 1.22 29477 20 24 44 .68 .81 1.49 July, 1900 Aug.

The two following Tables, exhibiting the death-rates for different periods of the war, will be found interesting: Wa? Africa -* l OCO COi OJ o t-00 O 00 -t-U War Rial Sj, ivilli Reference to War in »S'. This was, no douljt, partly due to the fact that most of the heavy battles were fought during the first j'ear of the war; it is probably also true that the men had not had time to become hardened to the climate and privations necessary to all campaigns, and perhaps the medical and hospital ar- rangements were in the early stages of the campaign of an incomplete Dature. 684 December " 8,630 6 33 39 .695 3.824 4.519 January, 1901 8,458 4 31 35 .473 3.665 4.138 February " 9.570 7 29 36 .731 3.030 3.761 March " 13,922 7 25 32 .503 1.796 2.299 April " 14,173 3 32 35 .212 2.2.58 2.470 May 13,702 8 47 55 .584 3.430 4.014 June " 11,535 • 8 29 37 .694 2.514 3.208 July 10,117 7 17 24 .692 1.680 2.372 August " 9,499 3 9 12 .316 .947 1.263 September " 9,218 9 8 17 .976 .868 1.844 October " 9,060 16 3 19 1.766 .331 2.097 November " 8,860 5 14 19 .564 1.580 2.144 December " 8,736 13 42 55 1.488 4.808 6.296 January, 1902 8,485 3 35 38 .354 4.125 4.479 February " 8,524 23 36 59 2.698 4.223 6.921 March " 8,568 9 39 48 1.050 4.552 5.602 April " 7,136 3 13 16 .420 1.822 2.242 May " . 6.52 1,906 27 89 116 2,558 36,862 .733 2.414 3.146 38-37. 886 1,085 20 39 59 1,471 20,876 .958 1.868 2.826 38-42 53 215 3 11 14 267 4,090 .733 2.689 3.422 43-47 18 61 7 1 8 79 1,305 5.364 .766 6.130 48 and upwards 7 8 2 2 15 231 8.658 8.658 5,923 12,515 193 638 831 18,438 256,460 .753 2.488 3.241 If the rates for ages beyond age 42 are omitted where the facts are too few to enable us to draw any conclusions, we notice tliat the death- rate from wounds appears, as might be expected on the whole, to remain about the same for all ages, the tendency perhaps to slightly increase with the age. In solving such a question, care should of course be taken not to jump to the hasty conclusion by simply looking at the number of soldiers standing on the one side.

The annual death-rates practically give the annual premium per £100 assured according to the war experience, including the risk from death from normal mortality, and make allowance for the return of a portion of the premium for any unexpired fraction of a year. Verschiedene andere Verzeichnisse werden gegeben und besprochen, die dann in ein Verzeichnis auslaufen, welches die jiihrliche Rate fur 100 Pfund fiir jede Altersgruppe angiebt.

They fell considerably below the rates deduced from the mortality of the German Army during the Franco-German War, and compare even more favour- ably with the death-rates experienced by the Northern Army during the American Civil War. Es wird jedoeh nicht vorgeschlagen, dass die Priimien zur Deckung von Risiko in Kriegsfallen mit dem Alter der zu Versichernden ver- schieden sein sollten. 2.03 1.22 .82 .41 .81 1.22 .81 1.22 .41 2 03 Aug " Sept.

We now turn to the experience of the assured yeomanry and vol- unteers. Another reason for the difference was the inclusion of volunteers for the ordinary line regi- ment with the Yeomanry in the assured investigation. In doing so, I have care- fully consulted the statistical matters gathered by our government.

Here a card was written for each of the 19,269 lives under observation, showing the policy numljer, the name, age at entry, date of entry, and duration. Although the large number were Yeomanry, yet the inclusion of volunteers undoubtedly tended to lower death-rate, for the latter were not placed in positions at the very front, but were for the most part 68 War Jiisks, with Reference to War in j S. used for guarding the lines of communication and in manning the block- houses. As army engagements differ so widely in places and manners of fighting from the engagements at sea, I believe the rate of the risk in each case also presents a diversity. 1898 2191 2195 2263 2.325 2324 2326 2325 2318 2310 2.341 2365 2396 2434 2452 3 1 6 13 9 4 3 2 1 3 4 1 3 2 3 2 30 13 9 5 3 2 1 4 7 2 3 2 1.37 .45 2.65 5.59 3.87 1.72 1.29 .86 .43 1.28 1.69 .42 1.23 .82 1 37 June " July " Aug.

The risk of death to Officers and men differs considerably, and it would only be possible from the point of view of an assurance company to charge the same extra premium for both, if the numbers of Officers and men effecting assurance were in the same proportion as exists between Officers and men in the whole Army, and if the average sum assured were the same for Officers as for men. It may be that for the purpose of the calculation of this partic- ular class of war risk premiums that this way of looking at matters is more correct than the assumption that the lives are only at risk when at the seat of war. It should, however, be borne in mind, that the war is attended by another important risk, viz., " pestilential diseases.'^ The destructive nature of the pestilential diseases surpasses even that of battles them- selves. They clearly demonstrate that the diffusion of pestilence not only diminishes the fighting power of the com- batant parties, but also paves the way to the increase of war risk.



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