AN INSURANCE ACT CONUNDRUM.
[To THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR.'] L Price was detained in gaol for five months awaiting his trial for murder. At the end of that time he was tried and found "not guilty." He was immediately employed by me, and desires to join a friendly society. What has to be done with regard to the insurance premiums during the time he was prevented from earning wages ? He has no money.—I