The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Table C.—Contributions For The Following Benefits After 12 Months' Membership, Viz:—
Sick Benefits : 20s. per week for the first six months' sickness; 10s. per week for the second ditto; 5s. per week for any sickness after a continued sickness of twelve months.
Funeral Benefits : £20 on the death of a member; £10 on the death of a member's wife (for one wife only).
Initiation Fee . . . £1 per Member, at all Ages.
During the last two years the following are the numbers initiated, also ages when admitted, as far as Return Sheets show:—10 members from 18 to 20 years, go from 21 to 25 years, 56 from 26 to 30 years, 36 from 31 to 35 years, 9 from 36 to 10 years, 5 from 41 to 15 years of age. These figures will be useful for observing how the great majority who enter the Order will be affected by the above table.page 10
The Balance-sheet was then read and laid on the table.
Resolved—"That the Address of the G.M. and the Secretary's Balance-sheet be printed, and distributed to the members at next sitting."