The Commonwealth of Massachusetts: The Workmen's Compensation Act (Classic Reprint)
Section 8. In any meeting of the subscribers each sub scriber Shall be entitled to one vote, and if a subscriber has five hundred employees to whom the association is bound to pay compensation he Shall be entitled to two votes, and he shall be entitled to one additional vote for each additional five hundred employees to whom the as sociation is bound to pay compensation, but no subscriber shall cast, by his own right or by the right of proxy, more than twenty votes.
Section 9. No policy shall be issued by the association until not less than one hundred employers have subscribed, who have not less than ten thousand employees to whom. The association may be bound to pay compensation.
Section 10. No policy Shall be issued until a list of the subscribers, with the number of employees of each, together with such other information as the insurance commissioner may require, Shall have been filed at the insurance depart ment, nor until the president and secretary of the associa tion Shall have certified under oath that every subscription in the list so filed is genuine and made with an agreement by every subscriber that he will take the policies sub scribed for by him within thirty days of the granting of a license to the association by the insurance commissioner to issue policies.
Section 11. If the number of subscribers falls below one hundred, or the number of employees to whom the association may be bound to pay compensation falls below ten thousand, no further policies shall be issued until other employers have subscribed who, together with existing sub-r scribers, amount to not less than one hundred who have not less than ten thousand employees, said subscriptions to be subject to the provisions contained in the preceding section.
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