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HEARINGS

BEFORE THE

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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

EIGHTY-FIFTH CONGRESS.

FIRST SESSION

ON

PROPOSED WELFARE AND PENSION FUND LEGISLATION

HEARINGS HELD IN WASHINGTON, D. C.
JUNE 12, 13, 26, 27, 28, JULY 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 24,

AND 25, 1957

Printed for the use of the Committee on Education and Labor

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1958

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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR

GRAHAM A. BARDEN, North Carolina, Chairman AUGUSTINE B, KELLEY, Pennsylvania SAMUEL K. MCCONNELL, JR., Pennsylvania ADAM C. POWELL, JR., New York

RALPH W. GWINN, New York CLEVELAND M, BAILEY, West Virginia CARROLL D. KEARNS, Pennsylvania CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky

CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Michigan ROY W. WIER, Minnesota

ALBERT H. BOSCH, New York CARL ELLIOTT, Alabama

JOE HOLT, California PHIL M. LANDRUM, Georgia

JOHN J. RHODES, Arizona LEE METCALF, Montana

STUYVESANT WAINWRIGHT, New York EDITH GREEN, Oregon

PETER FRELINGHUYSEN, JR., New Jersey JAMES ROOSEVELT, California

DONALD W. NICHOLSON, Massachusetts HERBERT ZELENKO, New York

WILLIAM H. AYRES, Ohio
FRANK THOMPSON, JR., New Jersey ROBERT P. GRIFFIN, Michigan
STEWART L. UDALL, Arizona

HARRY G. HASKELL, JR., Delaware
ELMER J. HOLLAND, Pennsylvania
LUDWIG TELLER, New York
GEORGE S. MCGOVERN, South Dakota

FRED G. HUSSEY, Chief Clerk
JOHN O. GRAHAM, Minority Clerk

CHARLES M. RYAN, General Counsel
KENNEDY W. WARD, A88istant General Counsel
RUSSELL C. DERRICKSON, Chief Investigator

MARTIN S. H Special Counsel
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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Hearings held in Washington, D.O.:

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June 12, 1957----

1

June 13, 1957

25

June 26, 1957.

61

June 27, 1957-

95

June 28, 1957

137

July 9, 1957-

215

July 10, 1957

253

July 11, 1957_

295

July 16, 1957-

353

July 17, 1957

401

July 18, 1957

433

July 24, 1957

469

July 25, 1957-

505

Statement of -

Biemiller, Andrew J., director, department of legislation; Nelson H.

Cruikshank, director, department of social security; and J. Lane

Kirkland, assistant director, department of social security,

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial

Organizations---

137

Blomquist, R. M., manager, welfare department, Marsh & McLennan,

Chicago, Illi.

353, 368

Cathles, L. M., Jr., vice president, group division, Aetna Life Insur-

ance Co., Hartford.--

296, 322

Cliffe, Frank B., vice president and secretary, H. G. Heinz Co., Pitts-

burgh, Pa., member, Committee on Economic Security; accom-

panied by Willi am B. Barton, general counsel, Chamber of Com-

merce of the United States.-

505

Cruikshank, Nelson H., director, department of social security,

AFL-CIO

137, 147

Fisher, Marc M., assistant comptroller, United States Steel Corp--- 469
Fitzhugh, Gilbert W., second vice president of the Metropolitan Life

Insurance Co.; Victor A. Lutnicki, vice president and general solici-
tor of the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston;
and Lawrence M. Cathles, Jr., vice president of the group division
of the Aetna Life Insurance Co., of Hartford, representing the
American Life Convention, the Health Insurance Association of
America, and the Life Insurance Association of America.---

296
Gardner, Esmond B., vice president, Chase Manhattan Bank, New

York City, accompanied by John L. Gibbons, executive vice presi-
dent of the Chemical Corn Exchange Bank of New York City
and chairman of the Committee on Employee Trusts.--

401
Gibbons, John L., executive vice president, Chemical Corn Exchange
Bank of New York City--

401, 408

Holbrook, A. M., Jr., Deputy Health and Welfare Division, Office of

State Insurance Commissioner, State of Washington.---

25

Hopkins, Welly, counsel, United Mine Workers--

215, 229

House, Martin S., special counsel on welfare and pension legislation

to the committee

7

Kirkland, J. L., assistant director, department of social security,

AFL-CIO-

137-146

Lesser, Leonard, legal counsel, social security department, United

Automobile Workers of America..

253, 269

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Lewis, John L., President of the United Mine Workers of America,

and Trustee and Chief Executive Officer of the UMWA Welfare and Page

Retirement Fund ---

215

Lutnicki, V. A., vice president and general solicitor, John Hancock Mu-

tual Life Insurance Co., Boston..

296, 301

Mitchell, Hon. James P., Secretary of Labor--

61, 95

Orloff, Conrad A., Vice President, Marsh & McLennan, Chicago, Ill. ;

accompanied by Richard M. Blomquist, Manager, Welfare Depart-

ment, Marsh & McLennan, Chicago, Ill ---

353

Pipin, Marshall A., representing the boilermakers national health and

welfare fund --

433

Tyson, Robert O., chairman of the Finance Committee of the United

States Steel Corp.; accompanied by William G. Whyte, assistant vice
president; and Marc M. Fisher, assistant comptroller, United States
Steel Corp-

469
Whitehouse, Albert, director of the industrial union department, AFL-

CIO, accompanied by Leonard Lesser, legal counsel to the social

security department of the United Automobile Workers of America - 253

Whyte, William G., assistant vice president, United States Steel Corp-- 469
Letters, prepared statements, etc., submitted for the record :

AFI-CIO 1955 convention resolutions on health and welfare plan ad-

ministration published by American Federation of Labor and Con-
gress of Industrial Organizations, Washington, D. C. AFL-CIO
Publication No. 10_-

138
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America,
AFL-CIO, prepared statement of..

537
Articles :

From the Seattle Times, June 7-Seattle Stores' Welfare Plan
Questioned

55
General Electric Co., press statement, re rates of insurance plan

of above company, answer to President Meany (AFL-CIO)---- 170
Barden, Hon. Graham A., chairman, House Committee on Education

and Labor, letter dated June 14, 1957, re press reports, etc., to Hon.
James P. Mitchell, Secretary of Labor----

103, 104
Barden, Hon. Graham A., chairman, House Committee on Education

and Labor, prepared statement re union financial reports filed with
the Department of Labor, publicity of, etc.

120-122

Boilermakers national health and welfare fund, Chicago, Ill:

Annual report of -

369383

Comments of Gilbert K. Reeves, of Marsh & McLennan, adminis-

trator of boilermakers national health and welfare fund re

work and time required in preparation of annual statement and

annual report to New York Welfare Fund Bureau and problems

encountered.--

466

List of States and numbers of bills to regulate welfare funds intro-

duced at 1957 session of State legislatures and studies being

conducted with view to drafting such State bills; submitted by

Marshall A. Pipin, of Bradley, Pipin, Vetter & Eaton, Chicago,

attorneys for the boilermakers national health and welfare fund,

in connection with his testimony on Tuesday, July 2, 1957, before

the House Committee on Education and Labor relative to wel-

fare and pension-plan legislation.---

463

Statement of Marshall A. Pipin for the boilermakers national

health and welfare fund-introduction and position of boiler-

makers national health and welfare fund as to legislation -- 457

Summary of registration, reporting, disclosure and examination

provisions of State laws regulating and of pending State bills

to regulate welfare funds and of other provisions adversely

affecting welfare funds whose activities cover more than one

State

463

Cliffe, Frank B., for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States ---- 505

Denker, Mortimer M., vice president and director, Johnson & Higgins-- 397

Eaton, M. G., American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, tele-

gram-statement, to Hon. Graham A. Barden, chairman, House Com-

mittee on Education and Labor.-

538

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