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[Bul. 11.]

HEADQUARTERS
AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES

France, November 14, 1917
Bulletin
No. 11.

Since the issuance of Bulletin No 8, definite advices have been recieved from the United States, in the matter of premium rates for the insurance for by the Act of Congress approved October 6th, 1917, and the following table and explanatory notes are published for the information of those concerned.

The rates per $1,000.00 of insurance at the various ages are as follows:

Age Monthly Premium Age Monthly Premium Age Monthly Premium
15 $.63 32 $.71 49 $1.08
16 .63 33 .72 50 1.14
17 .63 34 .73 51 1.20
18 .64 35 .74 52 1.27
19 .64 36 .75 53 1.33
20 .64 37 .76 54 1.44
21 .65 38 .77 55 1.53
22 .65 39 .79 56 1.64
23 .65 40 .81 57 1.76
24 .66 41 .82 58 1.90
25 .66 42 .84 59 2.05
26 .67 43 .87 60 2.21
27 .67 44 .89 61 2.40
28 .68 45 .92 62 2.60
29 .69 46 .95 63 2.82
30 .69 47 .99 64 3.07
31 .70 48 .1.03 65 3.35

A person who insures at the age of 25 for $1,000, will pay a monthly premium of sixty-six cents, until he reaches the age of 26, when his monthly premium will be increased to sixty-seven cents; as he reaches each successive birth-day, the premiums are increased as shown in the table.

The insurance is not payable in one sum, but in monthly instalments. For the premiums above, there will be paid, in case of death, two hundred and forty monthly instalments of $5.75 each. Insurance may be taken in multiples of $500, $1,000. being the smallest and $10,000 being the largest amount written. The

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