New Jersey Firemen’s Death Benefit Fund

Issue 2 and Volume 73.

New Jersey Firemen’s Death Benefit Fund The proceedings of the 45th annual convention of the New Jersey State Firemen’s Association, which was held at Steel Pier, Atlantic City, N. J., on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22 and 23, 1922. has just been issued front the office of Secretary William Exall. The book contains 125 pages which contains the program and proceedings of the convention including Treasurer T. Howell Johnson’s report on the financial condition of the Firemen’s Relief Association for 1922, the secretary’s and various committee reports and a list of officers and committees for 1922-23. Included with the proceedings is a 4-page “Bulletin of Information” in connection with the New Jersey Firemen’s Death Benefit Fund, which was put in operation at 12.01 midnight Sept. 22, 1922. For the purposes of the death benefit, active firemen must do sixty per cent, of duty each year. Firemen who are exempt, but…

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