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 TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF   THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE
FOR  THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
1937
(BUSINESS TRANSACTED IN 1936)
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1937.  To His Honour E. W. Hamber,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to  present the  Twenty-sixth  Annual  Report  of the
Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31st, 1936.
Gordon S. Wismer,
Attorney-General.
Victoria, B.C., July 3rd, 1937. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Page.
Report of the  Superintendent of Insurance     5
Lists as at December 31st, 1936, of—■
Insurers  licensed  10
Underwriters' Agencies licensed  28
Reciprocal Exchanges granted Permits  28
Names of Companies licensed or ceased Business since December 31st, 1936  28
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—■
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co  29
Empire Life Insurance Co  30
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada  31
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co  32
Grand Council of Canadian Order of Chosen Friends  34
Home Assurance Co. of Canada  35
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia  37
Saskatchewan Mutual Fire Insurance Co  38
Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association  39
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Fire Insurance Co  40
Toronto General Insurance Co  42
Wellington Fire Insurance Co  43
Western Empire Life Assurance Co  45
TABLES.
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1936 and Investments in the Province  47
II. Summary,   1932-36  49
Fire Insurance—
III. Business of 1936  49
IV. Summary, 1932-36  52
Automobile Insurance—
V. Business of 1936  53
VI. Summary, 1932-36 ;  55
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
VII. Business of 1936  56
VIIL Summary,  1932-36 _. 66
IX. Investments in the Province of Insurers other than Life  67 REPORT OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE.
Department op Insurance,
Victoria, B.C., July 3rd, 1937.
The Honourable Gordon S. Wismer,
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit, pursuant to the " Insurance Act," the Twenty-sixth Annual Report
of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31st, 1936.
At that date there were 289 insurers licensed under the " Insurance Act" to transact
business, eight new companies having been licensed during the year, namely:—
Baltimore American Insurance Co.
Empire Life Insurance Co.
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada.
Excess Insurance Co., Ltd.
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada.
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co.
Saskatchewan Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Wapiti Insurance Co.
The Empire Life Insurance Company ceased to operate in British Columbia during 1935,
but did not withdraw its deposit, and toward the end of 1936 revived its licence, it having
acquired the business of the Mutual Relief Life Insurance Company, which was licensed under
the " Insurance Act " of this Province.
Five companies ceased to do business in this Province during 1936, as follows:'—
The Girard Fire & Marine Insurance Company, which reinsured its business in the
Firemen's Insurance Company.
The Mutual Relief Life Insurance Company, which, as stated above, was taken over by the
Empire Life Insurance Company.
The Ontario Equitable Life & Accident Insurance Company, whose undertaking and
assets were acquired by the Equitable Life Insurance Company of Canada, incorporated by
Act of Parliament.
The Provident Assurance Company, which reinsured its business in the Providence Fire
Insurance Company and other companies.
The Provident Life & Accident Insurance Company, which did not renew its licence, and,
there being no outstanding contracts, its deposit was released.
The Mercantile Fire Insurance Company changed its name to Mercantile Insurance
Company.
The United Pacific Casualty Insurance Company changed it's name to United Pacific
Insurance Company.
A complete list of the various insurers licensed as at December 31st, 1936, will be found
on page 10. The following summary indicates the origin of the companies, how many hold
only Provincial licences, and how many have Dominion registration in addition to a Provincial
licence:—
Where incorporated.
Provincial
Licensees.
Dominion
Registration.
Total.
British  Columbia-
Other Provinces	
Canada 	
2
11
Great Britain-
Australia	
China.....	
France	
14
57
67
2
1
9
2
25
67
70
2
1
9
Carried forward
16
150
166 S 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Summary—Continued.
Where incorporated.
Provincial
Licensees.
Dominion
Registration.
Total.
Brought forward .
16
Hong Kong	
Japan 	
Switzerland ....
United States..
150
3
1
2
114
166
3
1
2
117
Totals..
270
289
The comparative figures are for:
1935 _.
1934. _
20
19
266
263
286
282
On analysis the list shows that 39 companies are licensed for life insurance, 216 for fire
insurance, 159 for automobile insurance, and 68 for marine insurance. These figures cover
only the major classes of insurance, and it will be understood that the same company may be
licensed, for example, for fire, automobile, and marine insurance.
The annual statements of the companies holding Provincial licences only are set forth at
length on pages 29 to 45, as in previous years.
Only two fraternal societies are licensed, the Grand Council of Canadian Order of Chosen
Friends and the Sons of Scotland.
A list of underwriters' agencies, eleven in number, licensed in the Province will be found
on page 28.
The Canadian Hardware & Implement Underwriters, representing the Hardware Mutual
Fire Insurance Company, Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Company, and Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Company, and the Trans Canada Underwriters Agency,
representing the Provident Assurance Company, ceased to transact business in the Province.
Ten reciprocal exchanges held permits under section 174 of the " Insurance Act." A list
of exchanges appears on page 28.
The Manufacturing Lumbermen's Underwriters is in liquidation, and its affairs are in
charge of the Superintendent of Insurance for the State of Missouri. A decree of dissolution
has been made by the Circuit Court of Jackson County in that State, and title to all the assets
of the reciprocal exchange is vested in the Superintendent of Insurance of the State of
Missouri. An involuntary petition in bankruptcy was dismissed by the United States District
Court at Kansas City.
The following table gives particulars of licences issued to insurance agents, salesmen, and
adjusters, and for the purpose of comparison the corresponding figures for the year 1935 are
shown in the first column:—
1935.
Licences issued during 1936.
Suspended.
Cancelled
or revoked.
1,191
1,172
772
Life agents  —
Other than life agents..
Salesmen  -.	
Adjusters  	
Nil
Nil
Tables showing the business transacted in life, fire, automobile, and miscellaneous classes
of insurance during the year will be found on pages 47, 49, 53, and 56, and summaries for the
past five years on pages 49, 52, 55, and 66, respectively.
The returns for 1936 are in some respects disappointing and the recovery of the insurance
business did not keep pace with progress in general business. It would appear that life
insurance, at any rate, will this year show marked improvement. The fact that there was a
larger number of companies competing for the fire-insurance business did not assist improvement in that field, and it is not too much to say that 216 companies is an unnecessarily large
number for the volume which can be written.    It may be suggested, too, that the fire and REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936. S 7
casualty companies might benefit by more publicity concerning their business and by being more
ready to respond to the kind and form of insurance protection which the public wants. A multiplicity of policies is the worst advertisement the business can have.
In 1936 the life insurance companies again collected a smaller amount of premiums and
carried a smaller amount of insurance in force than in 1935, but were called on to pay out more
in claims, the total exceeding $4,000,000. However, a decrease in surrendered policies, repayment of loans on policies, and the reinstatement of lapsed policies were features to the good.
It cannot be expected that the life-insurance business will grow at the same pace as it did in the
last decade. It has been stated that the total amount in force in Canada reached $2,000,000,000
in 1919, $3,000,000,000 in 1922, and $6,000,000,000 in 1929. These figures display a tremendous
rate of expansion for a population the size of Canada's, and it is evident that the public believes
in life insurance. The amount in force is of course made up of existing assets and future premiums, and the*existing assets are represented by investments, of which the largest percentage
consists of Government securities. The magnitude of the figures involved indicates what an
effect cancellation or reduction in payments of principal or interest on bonds would have on the
individual policyholder, because it is out of these securities and the other investments (such as
mortgages) that his policy must be paid. The great problem with which the companies are
confronted is to find safe investments which will yield a good return over a long period, and the
fall in the rate of interest is compelling a revision of the rate structure for premiums. The
public has had a similar experience in the reduction of the rate of interest on savings deposits
and otherwise.
Less fire insurance was written in 1936 than in the previous year, the premiums earned
show a slight increase and the losses incurred a little reduction. The ratio of loss fell to 29.45
per cent., the lowest figure for many years. It was anticipated that premium volume would
begin to rise, and it may be that the amount at risk was larger than in 1935, although the premiums written were less. Owing to the continuance of the effects of the depression, competition
for business was no doubt sharp and concessions in rates obtainable. The reduction in losses
will lead to lower rates, but the public does not sufficiently realize that rates cannot be based
entirely on the experience in a particular locality, class of insurance or class of risk, or for a
particular year. Even a " stock " company is in essence a mutual organization and the losses
and higher rates have to some extent to be spread among all policyholders. Underwriters claim
that the experience of five years is required accurately to gauge results.
The comments in my report last year on automobile insurance could almost be repeated
verbatim—the experience was worse in 1936 and the ratio of loss rose to 73 per cent. In 1933
the ratio was only 46 per cent. The statistics compiled under the " Motor-vehicle Act " confirm
the insurance experience. Is it surprising that rates have risen? If the public not only
grasped the principle that insurance is a co-operative concern, but also carried out that principle by practising an ordinary humane degree of unselfishness, there would be a rapid fall in
rates. The mania (for that is its real name) for speed in the towns where the great majority
of accidents occur is nonsensical and culpable—nonsensical because there is no saving of time
worth the risks run and culpable because of the risks run. It is, to my mind, matter of regret
that the " no-claim bonus " has been discontinued; that was a step in the direction of rewarding
the careful driver, and it would seem that the plan was not given a sufficient trial.
The volume of premiums written shows a large increase, keeping pace with an increase in
the number of vehicles licensed. It is roughly computed, however, that well under 50 per cent,
of cars are insured.
The summary of miscellaneous classes of insurance indicates substantial progress and
there is no doubt that this field is capable of considerable development. The larger revenue for
accident, guarantee, and marine insurance perhaps reflects the improvement in business.
Inland-transportation insurance shows quite a decline. The table this year omits the figures
for employers' liability insurance, which are comparatively small, and, instead, includes figures
for guarantee and inland-transportation insurance.
The Association of Superintendents of Insurance for the Province held its annual conference last year at Quebec. No legislation was recommended for enactment, but various subjects
which had been on the agenda in previous years were further discussed. S 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
"REAL-ESTATE AGENTS' LICENSING ACT."
The number of licences issued under this Act shows a slight increase and more activity
in real estate may be anticipated.
The number of agents licensed for the year ended June 30th, 1937, shows a small increase,
while 56 more salesmen were licensed than in the previous year. In the larger towns there has
been steady improvement in real-estate conditions and building permits are on the up-grade.
Rents remain rather low and taxes show little (if any) reduction; though mortgage rates are
lower than they used to be, real property is not yet very attractive to investors.
The following table gives particulars of licences issued to real-estate agents and salesmen,
and for the purposes of comparison the corresponding figures for the period ended June 30th,
1936, are shown in the first column:—■
1935-36.
Licence-year from July 1st to June 30th.
•       1936-37.
446
454
233
289
Nil
Licences cancelled or revoked 	
Nil
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. G. GARRETT,
Superintendent of Insurance. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
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LIST OF UNDERWRITERS' AGENCIES LICENSED UNDER THE
"INSURANCE ACT."
Name. Representing.
Britannic Underwriters Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited.
British & Canadian Underwriters Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Limited.
Canadian Underwriters Agency Baloise Fire Insurance Company.
Eastern Underwriters Department Camden Fire Insurance Association.
Edinburgh Underwriters Agency Scottish Union & National Insurance Company.
Halifax Fire Underwriters Agency Halifax Fire Insurance Company.
London Underwriters Agency London Assurance.
Nova Scotia Fire Underwriters Agency...Home Insurance Company.
Pearl Underwriters' Agency Pearl Assurance Company, Limited.
Rochester Underwriters Agency !___ Great American Insurance Company.
Winnipeg Fire Underwriters Agency Home Insurance Company.
LIST OF RECIPROCAL EXCHANGES TO WHICH PERMITS UNDER SECTION 174
OF THE " INSURANCE ACT " WERE GRANTED.
Affiliated Underwriters, New York, N.Y.
Canadian Reciprocal Underwriters, Toronto, Ont.
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter-Insurance Bureau, Chicago, 111.
Individual Underwriters, New York, N.Y.
Inter-Insurers Exchange, Kansas City, Mo.
Lumbermen's Underwriting Alliance, Kansas City, Mo.
Manufacturing Lumbermen's Underwriters, Kansas City, Mo.
New York Reciprocal Underwriters, New York, N.Y.
Underwriters Exchange, Kansas City, Mo.
Warner Reciprocal Insurers, Chicago, 111.
COMPANIES, UNDERWRITERS' AGENCIES, AND RECIPROCAL EXCHANGES
WHICH HAVE BEEN LICENSED OR CEASED BUSINESS
SINCE DECEMBER 31st, 1936.
Licences issued.
Insurers—
Bankers and Shippers Insurance Company of New York, N.Y.
Eagle Fire Insurance Company of New York, N.Y.
Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Kitchener, Ont.
National Security Fire Insurance Company, Omaha, Neb.
Ceased Business.
Insurers—■
General Casualty Insurance Company, Paris, France.
Merchants Casualty Insurance Company, Waterloo, Ont.
National Surety Corporation, New York, N.Y.
Reciprocals—
Inter-Insurers Exchange and Underwriters Exchange merged, continuing organization
being Underwriters Exchange.
Underwriters' Agencies—
Britannic Underwriters, representing the Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation,
Limited. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936. S 29
Annual Statements for the Year ended December 31st, 1936, of
Insurers holding Provincial Licences.
BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors.
W. J. Albutt. H. W. Chamberlain.
F. M. Chaldecott. F. G. Syder.
Capt. S. Robinson.
F. G. Syder, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Mortgages on real estate  $37,500.00
Bonds and debentures (book value)  37,124.42
Cash in bank : .  92.35
Interest accrued  454.03
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commissions deducted)  1,498.73
Excess of market value of bonds over book value  1,582.39
$78,251.92
Liabilities.
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.)  $16,656.58
Investment reserves .       7,759.01
Accounts payable       1,050.87
Capital stock—
Authorized   $25,000.00
Subscribed and paid up      9,600.00
Surplus     43,185.46
$78,251.92
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)   $18,921.87
Losses and claims incurred  $13,435.53
Commissions        6,957.40
Taxes   508.29
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses      1,451.70
     22,352.92
Underwriting loss      $3,431.05
Other revenue—■
Interest earned  $2,662.77    .
Decrease in deficiency of market under book value of securities    2,643.86
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Net profit for the year     $1,875.58 S 30 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THE EMPIRE LIFE INSURANCE  COMPANY.
Head Office—Kingston, Ont.
Directors.
C. P. Fell. D. W. McCormick.
A. H. K. Russell. D. R. McLaughlin.
J. M. Campbell. George M. Orr.
Newman A. Fairhead. J. M. Vaughan.
George J. Guy. R. R. McKenzie.
W. A. Mackintosh.
W. T. Fortye, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Real estate (book value)  $481,294.82
Mortgage loans on real estate .  966,739.10
Loans secured by stocks, bonds, etc.:  14,500.00
Loans and advances to policyholders  746,960.87
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  5,178,199.25
Stocks (book value)   1,285,431.85
Cash on hand and in banks  246,118.80
Advances to agents  4,089.00
Accounts receivable   4,414.80
Interest and dividends due and accrued  94,813.76
Rents due  2,018.92
Premiums due and uncollected and deferred (net)  119,467.83
Consideration for annuities due and uncollected and deferred (net)  1,715.42
Appreciation of market value over book value of stocks  15,101.40
),160,865.82
Liabilities.
Liability under assurance and other contracts (net)  $7,716,612.00
Liability for payments due under contracts (net)  103,441.00
Amounts left with Company  g3 933.07
Premiums paid in advance '  31 ggg 53
Taxes due and accrued 1  lg qoo 00
Dividends to policyholders due and unpaid  23.60
Salaries, rents, and office expenses due and accrued '_  2 818.84
Medical examiners' fees due and accrued  99 00
Legal fees due and accrued  216 50
Commission to agents due and accrued  50g g-.
Reserve for loss on investments :  105 qqq q„
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures  523 504.29
Accounts payable   gr-74 g-.
Surplus contingently allotted to deferred dividend policyholders  40 000.00
Undivided surplus  245 795 57
Capital—
Authorized   $2,500,000.00
Subscribed      1,308,500.00
Paid up       313,120.00
3,160,865.82 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
S 31
Income.
Premium income	
Amounts left with Company..
Interest and dividends 	
Rents  	
Gross profit on sale or maturity of bonds
Other income	
$841,818.96
31,600.72
280,161.51
4,392.67
31,308.28
280.42
$1,189,562.56
Disbursements.
Disbursements under assurance and annuity contracts (net)      $587,962.12
Reduction in premiums resulting from application of dividends (net)  154.42
Amounts left with the Company  1,829.40
Taxes, licences, and fees  15,890.25
Head  Office expenses—Salaries,  directors' fees,  auditors' fees,  travelling expenses, rents, and miscellaneous  74,711.99
Branch office and agency expenses—Commissions, salaries, travelling expenses,
rents, and miscellaneous        155,188.80
All other expenses—Advertising, books and periodicals, express, telegrams and
telephones, legal fees, medical fees, office furniture, postage, printing and
stationery, and miscellaneous	
Loss on sale or maturity of stocks and real estate	
Balance 	
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 47.)
55,459.51
204,022.64
94,343.43
$1,189,562.56
FEDERAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA.
Head Office—Toronto, Ont.
Directors.
Col. Hon. H. A. Bruce, M.D.
Herbert Begg.
W. R. Begg.
H. C. Edgar.
Col. K. R. Marshall.
F. K. Morrow.
Leigh McCarthy.
Frank Shannon.
E. H. Stockdale.
J. J. Warren.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
  $394,446.73
       96,150.00
       32,646.65
         3,443.16
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted) .       46,665.18
Amount due from reinsurance companies received business         4,945.56
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value).
Stocks (book value)  .	
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest accrued
Deduct assets not admitted—■
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1936.
$578,297.28
3,419.15
$574,878.13 S 32 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims       $4,666.47
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, 80 per cent.)     185,840.59
Reserve and unpaid losses under unlicensed reinsurance unsecured  589.89
Taxes due and accrued         9,514.76
Reinsurance companies' ceded business         6,764.96
Return premiums and balances due agents  192.30
Capital stock—
Authorized   $1,000,000.00
Subscribed        500,000.00
Paid up ---    125,000.00
Surplus      242,309.16
$574,878.1.3
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)   $224,126.92
Losses and claims incurred (net)  $98,118.88
Adjustment expenses (net)        4,289.26
Commissions     56,195.87
Taxes  ;     12,819.40
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       7,456.38
Management fee     18,000.00
All other expenses      13,545.72
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Underwriting profit     $13,701.41
Other revenue—
Interest earned   $17,516.58
Dividends earned       3,699.35
Profit on sale of securities and real estate         701.74
Increase in market value of stocks .     11,518.13
       33,435.80
$47,137.21
Other expenditure—
Life insurance premiums         1,336.95
Net profit for the year     $45,800.26
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 50.)
GORE DISTRICT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Gait, Ont.
Directors.
Alex R. Goldie. C. Gordon Cockshutt.
John R. Blake. W. W. Wilkinson.
J. N. MacKendrick. William Philip.
James D. Allan. F. G. Rolph.
Hugh L. McCulloch.
Edwin S..Hood, Secretary-Treasurer. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936. S 33
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)  $212,142.56
Mortgages on real estate  192,818.89
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  1,750,856.25
Cash on hand and in banks  120,908.73
Interest due and accrued  28,642.39
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  32,262.86
Premiums due from reinsurance companies  4,837.87
Amount due for reinsurance  523.68
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1936    $4,112.65
Agents' balance unconfirmed   89.35
$2,342,993.23
  4,202.00
$2,338,791.23
Liabilities. ^^==-:
Provision for unpaid claims   $6,623.78
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, 80 per cent.)         266,901.24
Taxes due and accrued .  10,000.00
Reinsurance premiums   144.80
Return premiums and balances due agents  2,271.03
Contingency reserves   11,095.79
Interest paid in advance     534.301
Provision for dividends to members, payable 1937  12,000.00
Surplus       2,030,220.29
Profit and Loss Account. $2,338,791.23
Premiums earned (net) _'_„       $359,887.64
Losses and claims incurred (net)   $111,246.41
Adjustment expenses   (net)           4,358.44
Commissions          78,322.26
Taxes           9,320.76
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       59,532.97
All other expenses      52,103.26
         314,884.10
Underwriting profit         $45,003.54
Dividends to members   11,588.86
Other revenue— $33,414.68
Interest earned   $95,089.84
Rents earned   226.04
Bad debts recovered, previously written off  515.09
Profit on sale of securities and real estate      6,377.77
$102,208.74
Other expenditure—
Bad debts, written off         346.50
        101,862.24
Net profit       135,276.92
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 50.) S 34
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GRAND COUNCIL OF CANADIAN ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS.
Head Office—Hamilton, Ont.
Govemiyig Executive Authority.
Eccles J. Gott. Wm. Benson.
A. Chevalier. J. L. Archer.
C. H. Fitch, Secretary.
S. H. Pipe, Actuary.
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Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)
Loans on policies	
Bonds and debentures  (amortized book value)
Cash on hand and in banks 	
Deposit, Province of Quebec	
Interest due and accrued	
Premiums due (estimated) 	
Other assets 	
$32,000.00
135,717.09
2,687,115.46
84,929.69
5,000.00
32,438.53
23,453.46
746.85
$3,001,401.08
Deduct assets not admitted—
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures in default        355,476.52
$2,645,924.56
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims 	
Premiums paid in advance	
Reserves—.
Mortuary Fund	
Sickness and Funeral Fund 	
Child Insurance Fund 	
$2,152,477.00
127,304.00
8,385.00
Balance
$22,469.27
716.12
2,288,166.00
334,573.17
$2,645,924.56
Income.
Mortuary Fund	
Sickness and Funeral Fund
Child Insurance Fund 	
Guarantee Fund 	
Assessments, dues, fees, and fines
Other revenue	
$334,207.48
23,044.26
2,677.99
224.50
10,989.35
324.80
$371,558.38
Disbursements.
Mortuary Fund	
Sickness Fund and Funeral Fund 	
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, actuaries' fees
and expenses, travelling expenses, rents, printing and supplies, and miscellaneous  	
Agency and organization expenses—Commission and miscellaneous
$277,409.58
13,536.75
20,943.41
1,648.54 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936. S 35
All other expenses—Advertising, legal fees, medical fees, taxes and licences, telephone, telegrams and express, agency printing and stationery, official
publications, and miscellaneous   $5,454.50
Balance   52,665.60
$371,558.38
Returns for British Columbia.
Income—
Mortuary Fund  i  $9,014.58
Sickness Fund   515.94
Child Insurance Fund   276.19
Guarantee Fund   4.80
General  Fund  639.20
$10,450.71
Disbursements—
Mortuary Fund  .  $4,492.26
Sickness Fund   409.65
General Fund  350.88
i,252.78
HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA.
Head Office—Calgary, Alberta.
Directors.
H. E. Wingfield. Dr. W. D. Dixson.
A. Corrie. J. Harries.
G. Fisher. E. E. Murray.
J. G. Norstrant. G. A. Wilson.
E. Roberts.
G. A. Wilson, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Mortgage loans on real estate   $8,306.39
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  156,820.56
Cash on hand and in banks  24,347.48
Interest accrued   1,596.20
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)   11,628.83
Furniture and fixtures   1,543.98
Other assets  38.00
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1936    $1,381.68
Furniture and fixtures      1,543.98
$204,280.44
2,925.66
$201,354.78 S 36 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims  $8,566.00
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent.)   34,853.76
Cash dividends to shareholders—
(a.)  Due and unpaid ..  561.00
(6.)  Declared, but not yet due  4,842.00
Taxes due and accrued  3,419.25
Return premiums and balances due agents   555.18
Special reserves  8,126.82
Other liabilities  5,049.54
Capital stock—•
Authorized   $500,000,00
Subscribed       500,000.00
Paid up  60,632.00
Surplus   74,749.23
$201,354.78
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned  (net)         $134,344.17
Losses and claims incurred (net)     $52,183.76
Adjustment expenses  (net)   899.44
Commissions      44,031.73
Taxes           5,916.74
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses      19,189.85
All other expenses       12,825.91
         135,047.45
Underwriting loss   $703.28
Other revenue—
Interest earned        $7,063.67
Coupon premium  .49
Commissions earned         5,677.01
$12,741.17
Other expenditure—
Bad debts written off  748.15
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 50, 54, 56, and 61.)
11,993.02
Net profit         $11,289.74 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936. S 37
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Head Office—-Vancouver, B.C.
Directors.
J. W. Berry. R. U. Hurford.
D. A. McKee. Hanford Lewis
J. W. Miller. Thos. Laing.
A. Blair, Jr. W. J. Park.
Henry Rose. C. E. Whitney-Griffiths.
W. H. Higginson. Frank W. Machell.
Wm. Newby.
Wm. Townsley, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Cash in bank   $5,276.60
Bonds (book value)   18,487.50
Premiums due and unpaid  1,975.02
Premium notes—
Assessments levied and unpaid     $33,477.04
Balances outstanding    107,783.97
        141,261.01
Deferred commissions   4,983.85
Other assets    394.45
$172,378.43
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims  $1,500.00
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent.)   33,477.04
Commission earned  902.48
Premium note, reserve  107,783.97
Statutory Reserve Fund  10,000.00
Reserve for taxes   375.17
Reinsurance reserve  15,412.56
Other liabilities  5.68
Balance     2,921.53
$172,378.43
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)         $31,227.50
Losses and claims incurred (net)      $11,944.54
Adj ustment expenses   209.03
Commissions        5,189.16
Taxes  875.17
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses        7,815.72
All other expenses        3,029.54
  29,063.16
Underwriting profit   $2,164.34
Other revenue—
Interest earned         $713.78
Commissions earned  51.40'
  765.18
Net profit   $2,929.52 S 38 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SASKATCHEWAN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Directors.
H. R. Earl. J. H. Evans.
Wm. Kershaw. R. J. Harper.
D. Maclean. 0. C. Lawson.
J. H. Bailey. Alex Ross.
H. J. Beck
H. R. Earl, Managing Director.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Bonds, debentures, etc. (amortized book value)  :  $214,837.58
Cash on hand and in banks ■  51,400.82
Interest due and accrued   11,324.99
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected  (net, commission deducted)  42,157.82
Amount due for reinsurance  8,835.30
Furniture and fixtures   5,994.02
Other assets   244,767.63
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1936    $12,753.22
Furniture and fixtures        5,994.02
$579,318.16
■ ■ 18,747.24
$560,570.92
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims   $10,118.18
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.)   157,216.15
Reinsurance premiums  J  8,540.58
Investment reserves   35,363.11
Contingency reserves   28,523.54
Premium note residue .  216.858.71
Other liabilities  .  877.67
Surplus  1  103,072.98
$560,570.92
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)        $180,199.85
Losses and claims incurred (net)      $83,700.82
Net adjustment expenses       10,0-92.99
Commissions       58,569.50'
Taxes        4,079.17
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses —.       23,046.12
All other expenses       13,187.50'
 ■        192,676.10
Underwriting loss         $12,476.25
Other revenue—
Interest  on  investments         $9,173.50
Bad debts recovered previously written off         1,669.91
Collection costs   2.75
Fire-extinguishers    - -'  120.87 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936. S 39
Finance and Head Office fees J         $188.43
Head Office commission       17,772.07
Other expenditure—
Reserve for agents' balances  $3,008.51
Investment reserve  2,803.20
Depreciation     1,446.65
$28,927.53
7,258.36
$21,669.17
,192.92
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 51.)
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.
Head Office—Toronto, Ont.
Governing Executive Authority.
John Ferguson. J. P. MacGregor, K. C.
Rev. D. Wallace Christie. ." Geo. Anderson.
W. A. Murray. J. S. Clouston.
Robert Lewis. J. M. Duncan.
Geo. S. Fleming. G. W. Robertson.
Judge John Tytler.
Robert Lewis, Secretary.
Prof. Michael A. MacKenzie, Actuary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Loans and liens on policies  $8,613.65
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  1,588,615.34
Cash on hand and in banks  30,460.42
Deposit with Quebec Government  5,000.00
Interest due and accrued  24,250.50
Collections reported, but not received by Head Office   6,565.35
$1,663,505.26
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims  $9,560.00
Investment reserve—
Mortuary Fund   $50,000.00
Sickness Fund       3,000.00
         53,000.00
Reserves—
Mortuary Fund  $1,328,550.00
Sickness Fund ,         27,700.00
Juvenile Fund  1,670.00
•     1,357,920.00
Balance        243,025.26
$1,663,505.26 S 40 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Income.
Mortuary Fund  ,     $156,549.13
Sickness Fund  3,908.11
Juvenile Fund  671.66
General Fund—
Assessments, dues, fees, and fines  $12,370.00
Transferred from Mortuary Fund     30,000.00
  42,370.00
$203,498.90
Disbursements.
Mortuary Fund   $113,762.58
Sickness Fund        1,719.27
General Fund-
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, actuaries' fees
and expenses, travelling expenses, rents, printing and supplies, and miscellaneous        15,123.10
Agency and organization expenses—Commissions,  salaries,  travelling expenses, and miscellaneous       17,816.20
All other expenses—Advertising, medical fees, taxes and licences, telephone,
telegrams and express, light, fuel and water, and miscellaneous        6,761.98
Balance       48,315.77
$203,498.90
Returns for British Columbia.
Income—
Premiums and dues—
Mortuary Fund '.     $5,121.52
Sickness Fund  41.28
Juvenile Fund   14.20
General Fund  765.28
$5,942.28
Disbursements—
Mortuary Fund      $2,111.75
General Fund (estimated)        2,562.78
$4,674.53
THE STANSTEAD & SHERBROOKE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Sherbrooke, Quebec.   ■
Directors.
Amedee Caron. N. R. Mitchell.
A. E. Curtis. Jacob Nicol.
Chas. Howard. F. J. Southwood.
Walter G. Hunt. T. A. St. Germain.
F. W. McCrea.
J. G. Armitage, Secretary and Treasurer. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936. S 41
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)  $108,821.68
Mortgage loans on real estate  204,140.36
Bonds, debentures, etc. (amortized book value)  782,516.20
Cash on hand and in banks  53,133.13
Interest and rents due and accrued  12,329.77
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  50,297.93
Premiums due from reinsurance companies  9,353.45
Amount due from reinsurance on losses already paid  4,393.56
Plans, furniture, and fixtures  6,264.16
Commission uncollected  3,679.98
Other assets   1,547.32
$1,236,477.54
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1936—_ $1,828.22
Plans, furniture, and fixtures     6,264.16
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures.— 59,767.50
Commission uncollected     3,679.98
Other ledger assets      1,067.70
  72,607.56
$1,163,869.98
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims       $10,507.23
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent.)        238,051.38
Expenses due and accrued  6,485.26
Taxes due and accrued  742.04
Reinsurance premiums  8,835.83
Capital—•
Authorized   $200,000.00
Subscribed     200,000.00
Paid up       159,000.00
Surplus        740,248.24
$1,163,869.98
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)   $291,151.26
Losses and claims incurred (net)  $99,078.33
Adjustment expenses (net)        4,440.60
Commissions      63,405.85
Taxes      16,687.33
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses    29,023.13
All other expenses    11,576.61
    224,211.85
Underwriting profit     $66,939.41
Other revenue—
Interest earned  $30,930.40
Rents earned       1,301.76
Profit on sale of securities and real estate      2,355.00
Decrease in deficiency of market under book value of securities      1,700.70
$36,287.86 S 42 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Other expenditure—
Investment administration expense     $5,O0O'.CO'
     $31,287.86
Net profit     $98,227.27
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 51.)
THE TORONTO GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Toronto, Ont.
Directors.
S. E. Anglin. Prof. M. A. MacKenzie.
J. T. Brand. Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen.
C. W. Buchanan. G. Larratt Smith.
W. P. Fess. J. Fyfe Smith.
Ray Lawson.
C. W. Sykes, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)  $3,500.00
Mortgages on real estate  40,950.00
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  818,249.25
Stocks (book value)    165,478.80
Cash on hand and in banks  64,801.45
Interest and dividends due and accrued  10,943.36
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  154,654.97
Premiums due from reinsuring companies  2,151.40
Amount due from reinsurance on losses already paid  73.17
Amounts due from other insurance companies  12,872.08
1,273,674.48
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1936 . $31,941.43
Premiums due from reinsurance companies written prior to October 1st, 1936  1  2.75
 ■ 31,944.18
$1,241,730.30
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims  $214,778.63
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.)  301,932.79
Dividends to shareholders due and unpaid _•_  55.75
Expenses due and accrued  8,762.60
Taxes due and accrued  2,817.74
Reinsurance premiums  8,641.25
Return premiums   639.75
Investment reserves  3,000.00
Contingency reserves   25,000.00
Reserve for premiums returnable under Workmen's Compensation insurance  900.58
Accounts payable  750.78 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936. S 43
Capital—
Authorized   .  $600,000.00
Subscribed and paid up       $284,391.00
Surplus   ■        390,059.43
$1,241,730.30
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)  $619,455.70
Losses and claims incurred (net)  $295,154.59
Adjustment expenses (net)  -       37,138.14
Commissions      146,759.72
Taxes        21,902.34
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses    106,320.11
All other expenses        54,873.06
     662,147.96
Underwriting loss      $42,692.26
Other revenue—
Interest earned  $39,099.08
Dividends earned      8,525.02
Rents earned   78.64
Profit on sale of securities and real estate       8,089.65
Bank interest          127.74
Premium on sterling  66.20
■     $55,986.33
Other expenditure—■
Bad debts written off         2,145.26
53,841.07
Net profit for the year     $11,148.81
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 52, 55, 57, 58, 60, 62, 63, and 64.)
WELLINGTON FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Toronto, Ont.
Directors.
Herbert Begg. Hon. Jacob Nicol.
Col. Hon. H. A. Bruce. Col. S. C. Robinson.
W. H. Buscombe. H. C. Edgar.
W. R. Begg. E. B. Stockdale.
E. J. Hayes.
W. H. Buscombe, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Mortgage loans on real estate  $1,844.33
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  552,344.08
Stocks (market value)   95,450.00
Cash on hand and in banks   71,150.43
Interest due and accrued  4,448.74 S 44 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)     $70,396.61
Amount due from reinsurance companies for received business        3,635.53
$799,269.72
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1936        4,981.14
$794,288.58
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims  $47,236.60
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.)  252,385.58
Reserve and unpaid losses under unlicensed reinsurance unsecured   7,751.74
Taxes due and accrued  13,794.20
Reinsurance companies ceded business  12,654.69
Return premiums and balances due agents  .  347.19
Capital—
Authorized   $1,000,000.00
Subscribed        600,000.00
Paid up    150,000.00
Surplus     310,118.58
$794,288.58
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)   $392,128.97
Losses and claims incurred (net) : '... $170,634.32
Adjustment expenses (net)      14,220.31
Commissions     106,405.85
Taxes       18,438.25
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       14,734.29
Management fee        24,322.75
All other expenses      19,553.08
    368,308.85
Underwriting profit     $23,820.12
Other revenue—■
Interest earned  $22,559.82
Dividends earned        2,891.80
Profit on sale of securities     10,645.48
Increase in market value of stocks    15,730.76
$51,827.86
Other expenditure—
Life insurance premium  4,181.30
47,646.56
Net profit     $71,466.68
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 52 and 55.) REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
S 45
WESTERN EMPIRE LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Winnipeg, Man.
Directors.
Dr. A. J. Fraser.
Dr. A. M. Campbell.
Richard W. Craig.
Hugh M. Dyer.
William Hudson.
Stuart F. Conrod, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1936.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)	
Mortgage loans on real estate	
Loans and advances to policyholders	
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value).
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest due and accrued	
Premiums due and uncollected and deferred (net)	
Consideration for annuities due and uncollected and deferred
Liabilities.
Liability under assurance and other contracts (net) —
Payments due under contracts (net)	
Amounts left with Company	
Premiums paid in advance	
(net).
Dividends to policyholders due and unpaid (net).
Taxes due and accrued	
Unclaimed dividends
Salaries, rents, and office expenses due and accrued-
Legal fees due and accrued	
Advance payments 	
Borrowed money	
Bank overdrafts 	
Estimated bonuses due under managers' contracts—
Audit for 1936	
Surplus contingently allotted to deferred-dividend policyholders—
Provision for quinquennial dividends not yet due	
Shareholders' surplus
Surplus contingently allowed to quinquennial-dividend policyholders..
Capital—
$197,594.71
867,903.84
295,002.19
70,486.32
5,280.00
218,803.37
28,580.93
1,743.82
$1,685,395.18
$1,221,198.00
9,250.00
15,555.00
17,558.00
587.00
3,900.00
100.00
23.39
50.96
88.02
75,000.00
7,626.09
2,000.00
700.00
23,082.00
4,126.00
2,900.72
9,000.00
Authorized
Subscribed
$1,000,000.00
844,400.00
Paid up	
Contingent reserve
Premiums (net)
Income.
Consideration for supplementary contracts..
Amounts left with Company	
Interest and dividends	
Transfer fees 	
202,650.00
90,000.00
$1,685,395.18
$185,870.43
3,750.60
6,911.19
83,400.84
9.00
$279,942.06 S 46 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Disbursements.
Disbursements under assurance and annuity contracts (net)  $132,521.51
Payments on supplementary contracts (net)  4,170.21
Reduction in premiums resulting from application of dividends (net)  267.71
Amounts left with Company  679.19
Taxes, licences, and fees -  6,312.23
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, travelling expenses,
rents, and miscellaneous   40,104.14
Branch office and agency expenses—Commissions, salaries, travelling expenses,
rents, and miscellaneous  40,853.37
All other expenses—Advertising, office furniture, books and periodicals, postage,
express, telegrams and telephones, printing and stationery, legal fees, medical
fees, appraisement expenses, and exchange  17,779.44
Balance   37,254.26
$279,942.06
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 48.) REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
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TABLE IL—LIFE INSURANCE SUMMARY.
1933.
1934.
1935.
1936.
Premiums for year	
Net amount in force-
Claims paid 	
$14,005,000
427,879,000
3,854,000
$13,256,000
409,879,000
3,601,000
$13,007,000
408,560,000
3,369,000
$12,538,000
411,894,000
4,095,000
$12,471,000
423,965,000
4,235,000
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936.
Name of Company.
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Net Losses
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$23,341.33
37,703.96
8,179.92
40,962.10
6,483.90
3,151.54
6,201.02
5,403.38
9,528.62
9,744.09
19,427.48
46,414.44
355.36
8,724.34
3,835.65
35,241.52
2,331.80
5,093.01
30,604.87
3,720.61
12,907.07
27,792.14
28,253.69
6,201.02
17,401.50
13,857.02
22,171.15
21,859.84
13,578.18
40,400.01
3,720.61
22,089.57
14,882.46
10,187.20
34,962.00
9,359.67
13,522.34
6,447.74
11,105.91
2,617.42
8,804.68
4,883.59
1,518.28
23,463.65
3,114.35
2,321.38
7,770.85
57,532.22
1,240.20
14,991.48
5,840.24
18,604.18
47,094.21
630.31
29,830.80
9,250.42
34,789.78
27,133.51
$6,661.47
13,329.55
12,512.82
12,992.59
2,620.73
2,382.57
1,539.97
8,493.23
5,041.81
1,724.14
4,110.27
10,509.26
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3,373.24
55.98
4,160.76
529.84
2,638.94
17,343.37
923.98
2,403.24
6,695.85
6,877.18
1,539.97
13,540.17
2,198.42
7,538.45
4,658.72
4,215.72
18,379.49
923.98
3,262.23
3,695.92
2,147.58
4,147.30
1,762.82
2,461.31
350.03
909.74
350.09
2,893.76
1,394.61
187.53
16,133.14
665.53
283.88
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36,971.31
8,786.03
44,719.72
7,566.68
2,640.68
6,311.17
7,560.57
9,851.45
7,496.61
19,659.65
49,967.84
137.93
8,212.88
2,636.23
35,895.07
2,027.96
5,055.72
33,508.51
3,786.67
12,457.51
27,407.53
27,693.03
6,311.17
16,748.87
14,406.60
22,840.48
21,621.70
12,205.43
40,303.24
3,786.71
13,187.46
15,146.80
12,189.27
38,523.12
14,748.14
13,330.79
6,156.57
10,549.42
2,504.75
8,847.82
4,853.04
1,524.43
24,329.31
3,479.26
1,102.41
$6,453.22
4,209.69
10,807.57
11,035.88
2,620.73
2,451.77
1,676.97
8,430.23
6,101.81
1,652.14
3,807.26
10 673.40
Agricultural Insurance Co	
American Insurance Co	
Nil
3,365.74
55 98
Bankers' & Traders' Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Beaver Fire Insurance Co   	
4,813.97
532.84
2,566.70
15,202.37
1,004.98
2,734.24
6,345.27
6,228.18
British America Assurance Co   -	
British Crown Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
British General Insurance Co., Ltd	
1,676.97
11,084.65
2,191.99
British 'Oak Insurance Co., Ltd 	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd.—	
Caledonian American Insurance Co  — 	
7,644.81
4,118.97
4,211.87
18,382.34
1,004.98
3,213.75
4,023.92
2,107.58
5,345.02
Canada Security Assurance Co 	
Canadian General Insurance Co.  	
2,195.47
2,372.36
287.40
943.74
350.09
Central Insurance Co., Ltd  	
2,804.95
1,502.32
183.53
15,923.32
587.28
235.88
♦City of New York Insurance Co 	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd  	
2,220.49
16,512.11
307.99
2,398.92
4,436.17
2,499.53
8,717.51
476.51
5,856.16
1,244.63
2,827.98
5,607.15
7,846.45
59,705.97
1,262.26
14,404.85
5,433.55
20,558.56
43,395.54
594.72
29,644.00
9,347.22
36,603.20
27,467.38
2,151.06
17,149.11
334.99
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co 	
2,372.74
4,616.17
3,814.55
Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd 	
15,260.51
490.35
5,920.71
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co. 	
Eagle Star & British Dominions Tnsur. Co., Ltd	
Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
1,237.63
3,299.51
5,449.15
$938,579.61
$273,666.33
$948,851.10
$267,160.41 S 50
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936—Continued.
Name of Company.
Brought forward-
Ensign Insurance Co  — -.	
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Essex & Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society, Ltd.—
The Eureka Security Fire & Marine Insurance Co...
Excess Insurance Co., Ltd.—   	
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Co  	
Fire Association of Philadelphia  —
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada.	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co 	
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark 	
First American Fire Insurance Co 	
tFirst National Insurance Co. of America..
Fonciere Fire Insurance Co 	
JFranklin Fire Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assur. Corp., Ltd..
General Fire Assurance Co. of Paris 	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Girard Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Glens Falls Insurance Co.— 	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 	
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co. .
Great American Insurance Co  	
Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd..
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada .
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd	
Halifax Fire Insurance Co.— -	
Hanover Fire Insurance Co	
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co...
Hardware Mutual Fire Insurance Co  	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.	
Home Assurance Co. of Canada	
Home Fire & Marine Insurance Co 	
Home Insurance Co. of New York	
§Homestead Fire Insurance Co. 	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Assurance Co...
Imperial Guarantee & Accid. Insur. Co. of Canada..
Imperial Insurance Office	
Indiana Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance	
Insurance Company of North America	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Legal & General Assurance Society-
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd...
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co	
Local Government Guarantee Society, Ltd	
London & County Insurance Co., Ltd.
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accid. Co. of Canada .
London & Lancashire'Insurance Co., Ltd.-  	
London & Provincial Marine & Gen. Insur. Co., Ltd...
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd..	
London Assurance	
London-Canada Insurance Co  	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd.   	
Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Co  	
Lumbermen's Insurance Co   __
Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co..
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
Maryland Insurance Co 	
Mercantile Insurance Co.-	
Merchants & Manufacturers Fire Insurance Co...
Merchants Fire Assurance Corporation of N.Y...
Merchants Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
Mercury Insurance Co  	
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Millers National Insurance Co.
Mill Owners Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Iowa ..
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Co..
Carried forward	
Net
Premiums
written.
$938,579.61
9,655.41
2,998.30
6,707.41
1,100.12
8,032.35
4,550.95
36,472.50
7,314.17
34,385.64
29,971.46
13,089.21
4,560.08
10,784.43
Net Losses
paid.
$273,666.33
2,296.69
479.78
1,960.46
28.13
98.86
1,465.62
10,524.87
5,208.67
6,909.58
4,257.84
2,379.34
264.97
1,052.08
1,345.25
1,267.18
1,258.43
31,347.60
6,929.07
3,617.20
903.12
24,680.23
19,729.85
3,179.25
4,216.39
9,484.61
8,302.29
3,650.20
4,988.37
7,958.80
628.93
1,503.32
23,889.38
4,526.14
4,440.98
1,127.50
5,142.81
2,791.52
12,903.51
12,297.36
9,337.00
36,470.57
5,787.53
572.42
10,241.89
1,920.91
17,718.82
2,109.05
1,151.15
14,068.48
7,112.76
4,442.27
2,646.55
2,024.24
3,232.99
Nil
494.46
5,092.72
3,718.04
5,645.40
4,377.58
1,746.66
1,382.69
5,513.40
1,320.95
3,762.00
$2,299,223.22  |     $664,592.94
Net
Premiums
earned.
$948,851.10
10,283.80
5,743.73
7,165.84
567.66
4,086.47
814.62
36,310.05
8,323.22
35,325.98
30,531.86
12,443.31
4,390.47
10,794.78
Net Losses
incurred.
6,180.09
9,722.89
12,198.87
93,355.08
5,858.12
11,059.79
4,476.91
27,054.08
79,473.83
13,759.10
12,823.51
29,779.93
5,971.86
23,040.27
27,429.39
40,623.40
12,101.04
15,192.56
103,503.02
13,838.93
15.692.28
3,071.56
19,237.88
5,505.85
37,992.34
24,468.77
29,154.75
89,972.08
17,695.66
4,689.09
20,524.14
6,804.01
85,662.68
4,922.38
11,459.57
46,495,67
9,338.47
15,730.74
5,339.88
12,118.26
4,542.28
Nil
4,121.77
13,768.19
15,452.33
42,454.18
14,543.44
3,624.43
4,061.94
23,984.49
6,788.75
26,873.62
$267,160.41
2,323.82
282.76
1,992.03
28.13
100.86
1,538.82
11,237.61
4,548.67
5,246.58
792.86
2,219.34
265.02
1,140.08
1,386.95
1,272.13
1,457.43
30,493.46
6,781.07 '
3,506.20
603.12
25,289.19
20,304.39
2,627.35
4.105.39
9,095.61
8,293.37
2,895.20
3,612.37
7,651.34
623.93
855.68
26,940.38
4,387.26
4.302.14
2,677.50
4,689.81
2,318.24
7,382.66
12,282.36
8,463.00
35,817.81
5,609.95
682.42
10,985.39
1,918.91
17,817.82
1,919.05
1,142.15
13,116.48
4,721.34
4,303.43
1,339.70
2,028.24
2,926.99
Nil
485.83
6,372.72
3,763.19
5,009.40
4,065.58
1,729.66
1,544.61
6,141.16
—80.45
3,007.00
!,289,167.04 I     $639,623.34 REPORT OF THE  SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
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TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936—Continued.
Name of Company.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward...
$2,299,223.22
Motor Union Insurance Co., Ltd.- 	
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of B.C.	
National Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co.	
Nationale Fire Insurance Co. of Paris	
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford	
|j National Liberty Insurance Co. of America-
National Liverpool Insurance Co  	
National Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd.	
National Security Fire Insurance Co.	
National Union Fire Insurance Co.	
Newark Fire Insurance Co.	
TfNew Brunswick Fire Insurance Co-
New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co.-.
New Jersey Insurance Co.	
New York Underwriters Insurance Co.
Niagara Fire Insurance Co. 	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd—
North Empire Fire Insurance Co  	
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd— _ -
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association..
Northwestern National Insurance Co....
North West Fire Insurance Co	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd. .
Occidental Fire Insurance Co. _.	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd..
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co 	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.	
Pacific Fire Insurance Co.   	
Palatine Insurance Co., Ltd. _	
Patriotic Assurance Co., Ltd.  	
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Pennsylvania Lumbermen's Mutual Fire Insur. Co.
Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of Paris 	
Philadelphia Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.-  	
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford 	
Pioneer Insurance Co.         	
Planet Assurance Co., Ltd.  	
Portage la Prairie Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Providence Fire Assurance Co. of Paris .... -
Providence Washington Insurance Co	
Provident Assurance Co.	
Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd. 	
Quebec Fire Assurance Co 	
Queen Insurance Co. of America..	
Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd.	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co. _	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Rhode Island Insurance Co. 	
Royal Exchange Assurance _ 	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd   _	
Royal Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd. 	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co.	
Saskatchewan Mutual Fire Insur. Co. 	
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation 	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd	
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co.	
Sea Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Security Insurance Co. of New Haven.	
Security National Insurance Co.	
Sentinel Fire Insurance Co— _...	
Southern Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. —
The Stanstead & Sherbrooke Fire Insurance Co.
State Assurance Co., Ltd.  	
Sun Insurance Office   	
Sussex Fire Insurance Co 	
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.
Carried forward __	
3,933.
30,825.
14,277.
19,902.
14,575,
8,804.1
13,710.!
11,811.
9,566.
7,997.
34,211.
6,542.
18,237.
45,475.
15,541.
22,230.
84,439.
11,196.
6,201.
62,422.
13,267,
14,156.
42,899.
14,214,
16,258.
17,362.
11,414.
39,949.
5,385.
6,195.
5,232.
140,448.
25,404.
7,746,
6,722.
$664,592.94
44.96
11,194.54
5,488.11
4,794.23
3,175.40
2,893.76
436.03
8,952.78
3,111.72
1,384.37
5,889.34
963.28
5,937.20
13,242.60
4,440.98
3,056.38
22,812.25
1,328.91
1,539.97
27,392.27
4,077.05
1,332.63
9,747.45
3,314.14
1,203.56
4,311.91
4,257.67
2.285.99
3,151.54
776.67
5,716.31
78,470.25
3.982.75
2,545.96
3,066.93
$3,652,150.39
16,157.01
20,130.52
8,205.76
3.146.44
-2,566.66
18.037.74
32,818.05
6,141.42
20,659.23
9,598.87
20,264.02
2,644.61
39,612.49
13,012.68
10,244.75
4,661.12
7,390.31
312.72
5,973.13
121.12
1,501.78
1,202.74
32,785.12
1,856.13
25,673.61
48,230.15
6,043.86
1,355.05
16.272.95
2,905.54
6,626.73
2,505.50
8,793.41
2,469.50
9,682.45
2,023.02
26,772.67
10,137.24
17,797.50
551.53
4,387.32
2,547.57
1,517.28
.14
1,033.60
345.67
6,587.57
1,163.36
44,426.58
12.283.28
5,667.51
1,066.39
10,856.72
4,767.16
48,970.16
15,459.59
7,642.16
326.05
Nil
Nil
$2,289,167.04
4,120.55
31,227.50
14,498.63
21,433.50
13,622.80
8,847.82
14,329.84
11,265.97
9,550.05
6,493.96
35,682.54
7,209.22
18,050.79
46,931.07
15,692.89
23,420.63
80,489.03
11,120.18
6,311.15
62,591.99
15,905.03
13,978.24
43,109.64
14,396.20
18,830.67
17,671.21
11,667.77
31,091.82
5,354.72
7,660.18
6,422.88
145,274.26
23,140.90
7,784.37
7,428.42
12,334.90
7,705.20
9,445.19
31,574.30
19,569.06
19,353.11
39,773.33
9,654.93
7,492.36
6,766.40
1,070.78
33,617.06
128,149.02
6,276.95
14,876.75
2,409.48
9,105.41
11,274.65
28,353.97
15,912.52
4,488.29
1,007.93
1,015.48
7,524.55
43,235.42
3,274.94
11,436.05
48,518.79
6,884.48
Nil
$1,109,915.68
$639,623.34
51.96
11,944.54
5,261.11
3,324.23
1,047.20
2,804.95
220.03
8,950.78
3,016.24
1,337.05
6,774.34
164.61
5,881.48
9,867.19
4,302.14
2,643.38
20,523.01
1,119.41
1,676.97
21,670.27
3,838.80
3,302.63
10,549.57
3,105.33
1,230.56
4,694.91
2,416.67
2,837.99
1,335.94
739.67
7,040.31
75,636.25
890.27
2,467.85
3,540.93
20,513.50
2,972.44
15,716.25
6,003.02
9,468.87
2,901.61
12,613.39
2,802.28
619.72
95.69
1,198.82
1,903.13
47,260.88
1,370.05
2,861.53
2,505.50
2,466.63
2,062.02
6,360.24
611.53
2,536.67
3.99
386.14
1,093.74
13,718.53
841.39
5,440.16
15,836.09
200.05
Nil
643,874.76    $1,058,195.67 S 52
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936—Continued.
Name of Company.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
$3,652,150.39
20,036.93
63,763.38
24,804.09
15,620.71
37,482.62
Nil
3,085.45
7,770.85
9,542.23
19,954.82
2,674.28
3,920.26
44,251.14
8,841.59
19,733.96
12,357.87
6,662.26
22,058.94
$1,109,915.68
1,763.11
37,225.06
6,159.87
799.61
7,986.40
Nil
519.78
2,220.49
1,288.46
4,369.85
74.90
66.66
31,871.25
5,030.49
2,417.54
$3,643,874.76
9,896.34
69,450.52
25,245.07
12,121.74
35,566.55
14.68
3,421.38
7,846.45
8,863.59
21,851.92
1,869.02
3,274.28
65,177.31
11,965.95
18,936.54
$1,058,195.67
2,015.90
31,330.04
6,707.87
265.29
7,059.40
Union Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd. -
United British Insurance Co., Ltd.      	
Nil
535.78
2,151.06
United Mutual Fire Insurance Co    —
United States Fire Insurance Co    ...
1,224.31
2,283.85
41.90
952.95
35,042.40
6,021.47
2,333.54
1,317.13
6,097.16
5,971.89
10,575.01
6,363.77
22,909.28
1,658.08
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd 	
6,063.16
4,976.89
Totals           .....   	
$3,974,711.77
$1,225,095.33
$3,969,224.16
$1,168,859.66
Totals for 1935   	
$4,004,061.13
$1,695,857.70
$3,940,525.36
$1,429,564.95
$6,712.62
35,466.07
15,333.20
5,747.39
7,960.49
8,558.38
10,132.48
$841.01
14,034.57
1,562.51
197.88
23.72
3,325.32
760.95
	
IJNational Liberty Insurance Co. of America (gross)	
Note.—These   figures   are  included   in   the   foregoing
return.
Reciprocal Exchanges.
Net Premium
Deposits
written.
Net Premium
Deposits
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Losses
paid.
Affiliated Underwriters —	
Canadian Reciprocal Exchange  	
Canners  Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter Insurance Bureau     	
Individual Underwriters _ 	
Inter Insurers Exchange 	
Lumbermen's Underwriting Alliance  _. -	
Manufacturing Lumbermen's Underwriters	
New York Reciprocal Exchange 	
Underwriters Exchange   	
Warner Reciprocal Insurers  	
Totals    _.,..   	
$5,910.46
1,629.68
4,534.05
3,912.00
—59.95
47,488.16
5,966.78
1,816.88
5.60
$71,263.61
$3,329.76
1,586.84
3,904.77
3,792.95
279.27
45,116.34
5,803.00
2,460.12
5.32
Nil
$141.05
Nil
103.22
49.95
21,175.73
144.71
280.23
Nil
$66,278.37
Nil
$141.05
Nil
103.22
49.95
20,730.73
144.71
280.23
Nil
$21,894.89  |      $21,499.89
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE SUMMARY.
Year.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Amount of
Losses paid.
Net Premiums
earned.
Net Amount of
Losses incurred.
Ratio Losses
incurred to
Premiums
earned.
1932	
1933„ 	
1934     -.-	
1935. 	
1936 -	
$4,579,758.98
4,147,292.88
4,035,338.02
4,004,061.13
3,974,711.77
$2,503,802.09
1,754,653.20
1,293,543.97
1,695,857.70
1,225,095.33
$4,875,260.36
4,276,769.23
4,193,168.66
3,940,525.28
3,969,224.16
$2,680,844.63
1,415,504.54
1,463,967.73
1,429,564.93
1,168,859.66
54.97
33.09
34.99
36.27
29.45 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
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TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936.
Name of Company.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co-
Aetna Insurance Co 	
Agricultural Insurance Co	
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-
American Alliance Insurance Co... —
American Automobile Fire Insurance Co..
American Automobile Insurance Co	
American Central Insurance Co	
American Home Fire Assurance Co	
Anglo Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd	
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Baltimore American Insurance Co	
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co., Ltd—
British America Assurance Co	
British & European Insurance Co	
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Empire Assurance Co	
British General Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Law Insurance Co 	
British Oak Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd..
Caledonian Insurance Co	
Camden Fire Insurance Association	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co-
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co	
Canadian Indemnity Co 	
Canadian Surety Co _ _	
Car & General Insurance Corporation-
Casualty Co. of Canada _.
•Central Insurance Co., Ltd	
Central Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co-
Century Insurance Co., Ltd	
China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Columbia Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co-
Continental Casualty Co	
Continental Insurance Co	
Cornhill Insurance Co..	
County Fire Insurance Co 	
Dominion Fire Insurance Co  	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co	
Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd..
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co 	
Excess Insurance Co., Ltd..   	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of N.Y	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Co-
Fire Association of Philadelphia	
Firemen's Insurance Co., Newark	
fFirst National Insurance Co	
Fonciere Fire Insurance Co 	
Fonciere Transport & Accident Insurance Co..
JFranklin Fire Insurance Co .	
General Accident Assurance Co 	
General Accident Fire & Life Assur. Corp., Ltd..
General Casualty Co. of America — 	
General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris	
General Exchange Insurance Corporation	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Glens Falls Insurance Co 	
Globe Indemnity Co—	
Great American Indemnity Co —
Great American Insurance Co	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada .
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Halifax Fire Insurance Co	
Nil
Nil
Nil
$31,186.55
39.02
150.75
23,260.09
54,145.86
Nil
62.53
4,900.92
4,678.27
Nil
37,776.86
25,481.37
Nil
7,009.44
10,117.63
5,253.59
14,743.37
16,731.90
8,771.42
2,482.09
623.33
8,689.04
8,491.63
16,286.94
35,666.15
22,190.38
20,865.12
4,545.77
2,306.35
2,953.78
4,937.68
Nil
Nil
10,140.07
Nil
—284.43
—186.84
Nil
11,077.50
30.15
6,952.15
21,533.11
29,702.79
Nil
Nil
Nil
3,299.60
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
44,292.00
20,166.16
16,603.56
55,063.23
29,775.41
30,011.55 I
20,091.12
28,405.45
27,078.01
2,856.61
1,326.58
87,637.30
19,870.00
28,874.63
Carried forward..
$869,134.81
Nil
Nil
Nil
$17,463.86
Nil
70.31
7,821.41
20,684.28
Nil
Nil
1,478.49
661.27
Nil
34,917.11
18,464.40
Nil
2,416.59
7,862.96
4,551.35
10,268.66
11,889.46
7,080.64
2,477.99
295.78
7,168.02
2,987.06
4,432.18
24,657.54
14,430.03
2,469.01
2,703.53
1,121.35
567.22
1,478.49
Nil
Nil
7,551.31
Nil
7,480.05
Nil
Nil
14,898.81
14.06
2,700.44
26,909.09
17,452.54
Nil
Nil
Nil
451.9.1
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
40,426.39
5,990.68
4,838.39
41,715.19
43,216.83
19,200.41
9,673.49
10,284.77
11,706.43
659.70
618.74
45,918.69
15,164.05
11,255.68
Nil
Nil
Na
$29,255.01
32.33
147.60
22,135.50
50,715.95
Na
36.94
4,563.71
4,668.59
Nil
37,149.41
25,623.98
Ntt
6,464.63
9,182.44
5,033.04
14,541.45
15,601.65
7,989.77
2,341.49
456.72
8,116.04
7,613.23
13,668.23
34,075.79
21,493.06
16,876.80
4,005.36
2,375.19
2,917.55
4,585.77
Nil
NH
8,622.66
Nil
613.70
560.44
Nil
10,976.78
30.76
6,867.10
20,145.42
29,640.31
Nil
Nil
Ntt
2,737.55
Na
Nil
Na
~ Nil"
39,895.46
18,839.82
13,613.29
■ 59,237.93
42,888.85
28,344.40
22,340.23
20,432.98
24,873.02
2,827.92
1,360.29
78,935.82
19,669.04
17,942.68
$548,546.67
$823,063.68
Na
Ntt
Nil
$20,775.61
Na
60.81
10,855.41
33,018.28
Ntt
Ntt
3,829.43
1,034.27
Ntt
29,169.69
23,591.40
Na
4,524.59
14,088.96
1,281.35
7,267.66
16,604.26
1,684.39
3,027.99
795.78
6,818.02
2,417.06
8,374.18
47,719.54
15,112.84
5,184.39
3,393.53
1,121.35
388.32
3,829.43
Nil
Na
8,016.31
Nil
7,275.05
64.00
Nil
13,354.01
12.16
3,130.44
20,951.09
14,752.54
Nil
Nil
Nil
3,493.58
Nil
Na
Nil
Na
49,239.39
18,726.68
6,017.39-
53,528.69
49,706.83
20,338.61
8,679.99
13,153.77
16,862.43
189.70
535.14
34,574.69
12,732.05
13,091.08
$634,394.16 S 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES, 1936—Cont'd.
Name of Company.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward..
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
Hardware Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Home Assurance Co. of Canada	
Home Insurance Co  	
§Homestead Fire Insurance Co	
({Hudson Bay Insurance Co  	
Imperal Guarantee & Accid. Ins. Co. of Canada..
Imperial Insurance Office..
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America-
Insurance Co. of North America	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Legal & General Insurance Society, Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co..
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co 	
London & County Insurance Co., Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accid. Co-
London & Lancashire Insurance Co	
London & Provincial Marine General Ins. Co.,
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation	
London Assurance.— 	
London-Canada Insurance Co	
Ltd-
London Guarantee & Accident Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co-
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd -—
Maryland Casualty Co-
Merchants Casualty Insurance Co-
Merchants Marine Insurance Co—
Mercury Insurance Co-
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co 	
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
Motor Union Insurance Co 	
National Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co-
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford—
TfNational Liberty Insurance Co	
National Union Fire Insurance Co	
Newark Fire Insurance Co  ——
New Jersey Insurance Co-
New York Underwriters Insurance Co-
Niagara Fire Insurance Co	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd—
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd	
Northwest Casualty Co-
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association-
Northwestern National Insurance Co-
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd-
Occidental Fire Insurance Co :..
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd—
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co  	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co 	
Palatine Insurance Co.   	
Patriotic Assurance Co., Ltd—
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd.	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd	
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford-
,t*Pioneer  Insurance   Co	
Portage la Prairie Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
Providence Washington Insurance Co	
Provident Assurance Co— _. 	
Provincial Insurance Co. 	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Queen Insurance Co-
Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co-
Royal Exchange Assurance	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co—
Carried forward	
869,134.81
8.48
8.48
16,231.24
1,847.38
24,454.94
724.08
2,463.00
4,933.42
616.20
43.64
8,056.21
10,011.03
14,952.94
2,955.11
1,049.67
33,632.99
3,479.07
7,869.12
492.58
5,938.22
42,772.33
45,988.66
17,915.33
Nil
29.30
1,649.03
—278.67
4,957.08
4,899.36
20,222.59
8.48
25,457.01
409.80
Nil
388.71
2,517.97
Nil
Nil
Nil
11,765.88
11,306.19
19,620.79
26,855.85
1,261.99
17,360.20
3,290.47
32,840.90
6,663.25
4,851.90
5,915.05
637.96
5,623.06
77.306.49
Nil
926.32
21,051.64
32,734.02
7,466.33
3,023.86
Nil
8,321.28
14,341.64 |
34,038.60  j
17,081.18  |
$548,546.67
9.57
9.57
9,245.75
203.20
8,528.70
1,109.70
278.67
2,017.42
44.88
Nil
1,234.17
9,388.05
6,158.89
1,234.54
158.90
12,596.34
1,886.02
5,514.77
178.50
2,761.91
30,857.00
47,402.35
14,061.45
Nil
63.25
212.26
5,840.17
294.00
1,823.09
26,616.39
9.57
6,209.20
315.80
Nil
232.84
851.28
Nil
Nil
Nil
3,081.43
4,097.08
12,275.30
12,611.26
284.08
9,860.44
638.51
31,345.65
2,052.48
1,478.49
3,317.29
10.15
1,284.12
40,342.96
Nil
152.60
22,319.54
21,041.35
3,047.23
1,021.54
Nil
3,094.70
8,123.83
14,439.66
6,554.71
$823,063.68
8.69
8.69
15,009.06
1,786.55
22,232.75
634.06
2,249.79
4,652.83
597.67
80.31
6,901.40
10,590.26
13,856.18
2,711.77
864.94
33,096.20'
3,353.09
6,871.46
567.22
5,535.76
41,005.10
42,015.69
18,195.33
Nil
106.45
1,521.23
870.90
3,623.50
3,066.26
20,516.43
8.69
21,894.37
490.81
Nil
263.41
2.297.83
Nil
Nil
Nil
10,811.42
11,277.74
18,752.02
26,343.70
1,267.11
16,653.90
3,217.26
31,549.31
6,393.76
4,518.07
5,356.74
668.27
4,525.68
69,863.14
Nil
800.18
24,202.38
33,837.05
5,661.82
2,765.06
Nil
8,536.43
13,301.29 |
31,221.77 |
13,769.52
$634,394.16
9.57
9.57
11,367.75
230.90
8,000.80
1,602.70
2,768.67
1,727.42
169.88
Nil
7,299.17
3,063.05
8,634.89
1,738.54
83.90
17,436.34
8,506.02
3,414.77
78.50
—212.09
32,846.24
41,335.35
21,025.45
Nil
63.25
184.26
5,425.47
419.00
1,916.39
18,405.84
9.57
3,664.20
65.80
Nil
232.84
1,009.28
Nil
Nil
Nil
8,666.43
3,001.58
7,487.80
14,638.13
264.08
10,810.44
478.51
12,095.65
2,599.91
3,829.43
2,882.29
10.15
1,574.12
39,868.96
Nil
152.60
17,734.12
23,868.82
2,588.21
1.211.54
Nil
1,094.70
11,188.83
20,569.66
8,450.53
$1,540,403.11
$948,369.25
$1,455,841.98
$1,031,206.03 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
S 55
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES, 1936—Cont'd.
Name of Company.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought   forward..
St. Paul Mercury Indemnity Co. of St. Paul-
Saskatchewan Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co	
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co	
Security Insurance Co. of New Haven	
Sentinel Fire Insurance Co—  	
Southern Insurance Co., Ltd- 	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd 	
Toronto General Insurance Co	
Travelers Fire Insurance Co	
Travelers Indemnity Co-
Union Assurance Society, Ltd  	
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co-
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd 	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd	
United British Insurance Co., Ltd 	
United Pacific Insurance Co 	
United States Fidelity & Casualty Co-
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Wapiti Insurance Co 	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co	
Wellington Fire Insurance Co 	
Western Assurance Co	
ffWestminster Fire Office	
World Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
World Marine & General Insurance Co-
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Zurich General Accident & Liability Ins. Co-
Totals     :.	
$1,540,403.11
21,436.50
10,947.47
7,505.27
1,578.19  |
Nil
Nil
1,633.64
Na
11,882.93
44,422.15
955.31
6,656.06
4,672.47
18,602.44
16,112.27
152.49
2,475.09
21,364.34
1,648.45
Na
5,032.40
34,626.37
—163.29
9,619.70
Na
5,043.10
9,405.83
47,638.87
$1,823,814.45
$948,369.25
7,936.66
508.99
5,402.93
13,792.06
Na
Nil
492.82
Nil
4,374.98
22,823.16
286.40
8,083.82
804.55
7,269.32
9,106.86
19.86
233.91
6,066.49
10,589.77
Nil
2,614.96
36,762.58
1,689.60
5,999.80
Nil
2,711.60
2,029.54
22,141.11
$1,455,841.98
13,510.76
3,232.79
6,290.94
8,228.45
Nil
Na
1,521.23
Nil
11,104.98
32,137.54
911.83
6,191.31
4,525.59
12,321.08
14,098.51
141.01
2,415.44
21,048.69
1,574.26
Nil
5,719.86
41,469.47
935.55
9,102.84
Na
5,498.14
8,484.42
41,648.54
J
$1,031,206.03
12,897.66
549.99
6,562.93
11,318.06
Nil
Nil
1,276.45
Nil
6,153.98
25,887.16
292.37
280.90
624.55
11,859.32
3,453.11
4.86
198.91
53.691.13
10,339.12
Nil
2,556.66
41,700.44
1,033.60
4,787.80
Na
1.881.10
3,079.54
18,151.11
$1,120,111.01
$1,707,955.21  I $1.250,786.78
Totals for 1935
$1,535,718.96  I    $897,474.80
$1,484,773.37 1 $1,051,606.81
•Central Insurance Co., Ltd. (gross)  _
f First National Insurance Co. of America (gross).
$ Franklin Fire Insurance Co. _. 	
§Homestead Fire Insurance Co	
|[Hudson Bay Insurance Co. (gross).
^National Liberty Insurance Co	
**Pioneer Insurance Co.  (gross)	
•ffWestminster Fire Office (gross)-	
Note.—These   figures   are   included   in   the   foregoing
return.
$7,665.71
7,190.30
76.21
706.20
30.17
Nil
88.60
9,523.51
$4,477.62
5,457.29
91.20
497.55
2.20
Nil
Nil
1,817.43
I
$157.61
514.45
$91.20
1,069.55
Nil
Nil
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE SUMMARY.
Year.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
Paid.
Net Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio Losses
incurred to
Premiums
earned.
1932	
1933	
$1,688,000
1,452,000
1,438,000
1,536,000
1,824,000
$976,000
671,000
881,000
887,000
1,120,000
$1,789,000
1,528,000
1,449,000
1,485,000
1,708,000
$911,000
709,000
855,000
1,052,000
1,251,000
50.92
46.43
1934.	
1935 	
1936	
59.00
70.64
73.51 S 56
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.
MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936.
ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Accident Insurance.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
Sickness Insurance.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
Aetna Life Insurance Co 	
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd   .	
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd   —
British America Assurance Co 	
British Canadian Insurance Co   —
British.»Empire Assurance Co   —
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co—	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co 	
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co 	
Canadian General Insurance Co  	
Canadian Indemnity Co   -.
Canadian Surety Co _ 	
Car & General Insurance Corporation, Ltd	
The Casualty Co. of Canada 	
Century Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd- 	
Confederation Life Association	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co	
Continental Casualty Co   —
Dominion Fire Insurance Co _	
The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co 	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York-	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada —	
Fonciere Transport & Accident Insurance Co 	
The General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corpn., Ltd—
The General Casualty Insurance Co. of Pari3	
The Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
The Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada 	
The Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co 	
Home Assurance Co. of Canada	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co  _	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office 	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd—	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada.
London & Provincial Marine & General Insur. Co., Ltd.
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd 	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd 	
London Life Insurance Co .	
Loyal Protective Insurance Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co  	
Maryland Casualty Co	
Merchants Casualty Insurance Co	
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co. .	
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co 	
Carried forward	
*$2,791.70
657.87
22.50
1,662.30
1,489.10
3,112.94
1,657.25
9,566.50
859.10
1,573.59
391.50
4,132.43
Nil
235.27
2,323.36
•161.70
1,965.66
797.16
•360.30
20.00
25,232.96
141.83
27,196.01
•97.95
4,241.86
Na
571.20
812.80
9,277.64
•2,328.26
5,005.18
23,651.31
•4,852.51
6,749.57
452.40
57.59
841.67
•58,398.06
907.25
3,351.92
288.20
•31.54
33.75
666.46
568.25
3,301.03
5,615.07
1,426.00
•463.95
Nil
3,367.14
•2,650.89
•8,989.19
•15,706.16
15.00
336.00
•116.00
•11,791.47
650.87
•5,736.00
5,871.34
$275,572.51
$1,195.99
199.92
Na
1,466.18
825.05
1,350.02
26.66
3,452.64
411.05
510.01
10.00
1,536.05
Nil
24.39
1,411.30
NU
170.45
51.83
445.71
Nil
13,772.78
Nil
13,730.22
Nil
840.93
Nil
575.00
25.15
8,440.85
1,558.54
3,073.56
13,017.53
3,546.81
2,617.14
Nil
Nil
187.51
30,572.16
1,172.90
2,019.45
214.39
3,959.41
Na
26.66
58.50
1,989.73
1,137.71
1,452.17
708.00
Na
1,774.25
1,170.34
4,533.60
9,022.64
Na
Na
Nil
10,540.17
314.66
3,498.00
3,160.00
Nil
$452.84
Nil
761.91
743.50
3,246.63
138.11
4,792.22
410.40
Na
Nil
1,097.26
Nil
56.80
928.17
Nil
337.55
23,640.23
Nil
14,558.52
1,102.30
Nil
70.00
Nil
6,205.53
3,741.19
17,791.26
4,392.51
15.00
18.67
58.00
Nil
43.55
1,068.62
44.11
Na
316.68
62.50
1,749.31
2,523.26/
Nil
Nil
1,446.33
Nil
Ntt
NU
127.50
NU
214.29
905.20
Nil
$169.96
Ntt
449.86
247.91
2,938.84
Na
1,710.53
114.33
Nil
Nil
1,206.11
Na
Na
196.63
Na
21.66
10,104.99
Nil
9,350.02
512.21
Nil
Nil
Nil
6,439.28
2,408.87
15,340.73
1,285.93.
214.38
15.84
2.03
Nil
733.60
884.86
23.33
Nil
493.33
Nil
821.96
1,163.42
Ntt
Nil
823.35
Na
Na
Na
Nil
Nil
414.13
432.00
$151,798.01
$93,059.95
$58,519.69
• Accident and sickness. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
S 57
TABLE VII,
-MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936—
Continued.
ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
Accident Insurance.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
Sickness Insurancb.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
Brought forward 	
The Motor Union Insurance Co., Ltd	
Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association-
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd-
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd-
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd-
Occidental Fire Insurance Co 	
Occidental Life Insurance Co 	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd-
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd  	
The Protective Association of Canada..
Provident Assurance Co 	
The Provident Life & Accident Insurance Co-
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd	
The Prudential Insurance Co. of America-
Railway Passengers Assurance Co	
Royal Exchange Assurance 	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd-
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd-
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co	
Travelers Indemnity Co-
Travelers Insurance Co-
Union Assurance Society,
Ltd-
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd—
United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co	
Western Assurance Co 	
World Marine & General Insurance Co.,
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Ltd-
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insur. Co., Ltd-
Totals 	
$275,572.51
1,049.33
•46,863.82
6,170.69
532.45
2,146.17
198.90
8,196.95
8,297.19
1,162.05
•23,980.07
283,61
Nil
T736.51
Nil
4,884.66
1,279.48
7,154.69
423.80
4,665.19
•11,684.36
172.55
Nil
35,714.88
530.36
11,727.37
14.10
875.78
1,109.56
174.60
4,110.32
•7,071.97
1,319.86
$151,798.01
952.89
14,288.69
1,667.28
20.00
719.06
75.25
10,541.03
1,286.34
56.66
19,135.58
73.79
Nil
553.06
Ntt
1,651.22
232.89
3,753.10
69.05
2,152.09
200.00
Nil
NU
8,490.00
16.66
3,170.59
Nil
Na
373.75
Nil
1,912.11
4,113.62
549.61
$93,059.95
Nil
Nil
3,589.03
54.08
399.86
125.30
4,649.21
1,759.73
15.00
573.30
Nil
Na
Nil
397.21
Na
2,161.80
604.45
4,096.15
Nil
903.85
Na
Nil
32,628.09
151.72
12,730.37
15.90
92.60
433.12
132.50
Na
6,611.59
$58,519.59
Na
Ntt
2,462.70
22.64
18.00
15.00
1,858.01
441.30
Nil
Na
Na
Na
Nil
207.15
Ntt
1,152.63
142.49
1,913.15
Na
677.69
Ntt
Na
18,586.73
30.66
8,268.95
Ntt
Nil
215.26
45.29
Nil
3,069.64
$474,103.78
$227,852.33
$165,184.71
$97,631.88
Totals for 1935...
$413,090.11
$230,108.01
$164,244.48
$107,978.63
* Accident and sickness. t Group accident and sickness.
BOILER AND MACHINERY AND PLATE-GLASS INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Boiler and Machinery
Insurance.
Plate-glass Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
Nil
Nil
Na
$48.32
$3,513.15
$81.66
$250.00
332.65
17,393.52
29.33
130.36
1,119.18
279.63
626.34
1,473.51
3,794.45
662.55
310.71
115.05
13,435.53
9.55
68.08
—590.26
Na
48.62
Nil
324.67
1,907.60
1,748.30
493.35
$3,513.15
$81.66
$26,091.52
$18,509.78 S 58
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936—
Continued.
BOILER AND MACHINERY AND PLATE-GLASS INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
Boiler and Machinery
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Plate-glass Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Brought forward	
Casualty Co. of Canada  -
Century Insurance Co., Ltd    —
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co	
Continental Casualty Co 	
Dominion Fire Insurance Co 	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co	
Eagle Star & British Dominions Insurance Co., Ltd	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd —
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York—	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada 	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada-	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corpn., Ltd—
General Casualty Co. of America	
General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada  —
Great American Indemnity Co  -	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada  —
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd	
Halifax Fire Insurance Co.	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co  	
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co  	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office  	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd  	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada
London & Provincial Marine & General Ins. Co., Ltd—.
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd 	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
Maryland Casualty Co  	
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co 	
Motor Union Assurance Co., Ltd 	
National Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd .	
Northwest Casualty Co   	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co  	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd  	
Provident Assurance Co  	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd    ,
Railway Passengers Assurance Co -  	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd  	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co  	
Travelers Indemnity Co  	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd 	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co 	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co	
Western Assurance Co 	
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Zurich General Accident & Liability Assur. Co., Ltd	
 Totals _ 	
Totals for 1935
;,513.15
$81.66
-39.60
-39.60
Nil
Ntt
24,380.73
4,361.16
Nil
35,786.14
33.05
86.70 [ Nil
522.86
1,101.93
NU
6.50
Na
185.00 | Nil
$26,091.52
281.38
86.44
Nil
232.21
387.53
73.72
2,427.10
109.60
404.56
147.76
755.16
272.21
681.95
37.33
627.69
707.02
246.17
Nil
Nil
868.38
626.00
95.30
1,348.32
Ntt
200.61
92.71
329.68
1,049.59
28.34
Na
120.90
Nil
779.19
49.65
557.39
537.10
368.18
Nil
776.20
376.69
2,674.56
809.97
80.92
30.61
690.63
1,291.55
152.59
119.25
22.93
271.84
3.66
676.31
645.55
213.35
307.25
42.83
354.65
172.82
$67,296.76
$4,482.37
$50,334.75
$21,749.95
$7,854.36
$53,219.17
$18,509.78
110.76
174.63
Nil
140.61
146.25
Na
858.94
28.48
332.08
147.34
723.70
130.21
335.29
17.49
225.03
952.64
60.07
Na
Ntt
348.02
179.40
71.15
1,183.63
Na
285.15
15.02
274.62
422.68
Na
Nil
5.08
Nil
271.50
36.00
481.26
327.25
248.82
Nil
453.30
47.88
1,225.37
209.36
85.33
94.49
354.86
463.02
129.90
16.53
101.05
250.17
Nil
524.60
531.34
37.00
177.05
33.49
167.70
202.88
$32,138.00
$27,217.96 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
S 59
TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936—
Continued.
GUARANTEE AND THEFT INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Guarantee Insurance.
Premiums. Losses.
Theft Insurance.
Premiums. Losses
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co 	
The Acadia Fire Insurance Co 	
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd -. 	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd — — 	
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd —	
British America Assurance Co 	
British Canadian Insurance Co— 	
British Empire Assurance Co - — 	
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co  —	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada Security Assurance Co-	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co 	
Canadian Indemnity Co  _  —
Canadian Surety Co  — - 	
Casualty Co. of Canada...	
Century Insurance Co., Ltd - -
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co —  	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co— 	
Continental Casualty Co -  	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co  	
Employer's Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York 	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada— —	
Fonciere Transport & Accident Insurance Co 	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada 	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corpn., Ltd.—
General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris  	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada — - 	
Guarantee Company of North America —	
Guardian Insurance Co. of VJanada  	
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd  	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co 	
Home Insurance Co- _ —	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co - 	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada—
Imperial Insurance Office 	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd  	
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd 	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co  	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada...
London & Provincial Marine and General Ins. Co., Ltd-
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd—	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd	
Maryland Casualty Co— — — 	
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co- 	
National Surety Corporation  —	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd —	
Northwest Casualty Co.. — —	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co.. — -	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd	
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd - -	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd  	
Provident Assurance Co — — -	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd— 	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co 	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada..	
Royal Exchange Assurance	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd - 	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd	
Carried forward.   	
I       Na
$369.85
855.92
-544.84 I
27.50
1,655.38
145.15
2,111.28
20,203.42
14,290.38
28,812.22
131.62
779.09
Ntt
2,354.30
4,050.02
5,229.22
4,892.85
108.07
2,265.03
1,366.31
3,728.25
70.00
2,062.37
2,438.01
508.50
170.19'
921.87 I
3,044.56 |
35.00  |
2,257.13
289.28
60.00
966.39 f
357.02
68B.89
1,132.61
659.58
115.67
322.18
67.12
356.68
1,768.76
4,006.94
5.00
Nil
Na
$54.08
Nil
Na
Na
84.67
153.33
1,940.03
2,689.78
2,593.69
Nil
Nil
10,316.98
97.45
-16.41
2.05
1,579.75
Nil
500.00
Na
1,451.85
417.51
Nil
Na
1,970.84
—235.85
Nil
3,475.24
Nil
Na
246.73
Na
Nil
12.50
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
NU
3,250.51
Nil
$2,024.66
30.30
1,012.58
1,307.79
1,284.75
869.80
1,501.58
1,929.53
2,832.61
938.40
20,946.19
16,007.45
5,755.65
1,272.68
1,740.03
796.35
Nil
496.17
4,989.91
4,772.86
—11.81
4,466.38
1,621.35
9,662.05
1,717.59
12,845.83
4,556.77
3,594.09
20.80
828.67
Na
106.19
1,162.92
512.72
69.13
1,301.03
305.05
4,342.87
6,204.57
1,006.78
409.95
3,371.09
3,013.13
175.61
1,761.45
3,154.13
1,670.21
2,283.21
523.83
4,080.50
245.00
1,558.39
39.27
628.79
2,036.32
333.88
2,719.32
6,449.35
Na
Nil
Nil
$869.66
NU
310.10
1,591.05
554.78
228.34
349.55
1,386.32
1,094.31
6.58
4,767.56
4,578.75
923.79
766.57
2,720.57
68.49
Nil
7.00
950.30
1,992.11
Ntt
3,711.39
—45.00
3,477.10
788.26
9,172.40
922.13
1,958.39
Nil
445.95
Nil
834.35
253.51
128.25
Nil
1,211.74
76.13
1,061.70
4,227.60
213.06
9.20
402.40
1,292.08
1,671.54
912.40
737.08
462.86
482.03
970.12
1,397.52
Na
565.40
787.47
54.36
1,273.10
290.00
535.50
1,829.99
Nil
$129,463.61
$31,382.42
$159,287.51
$65,219.83 S 60
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936-
Continued.
GUARANTEE AND THEFT INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
Brought forward	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co-
Travelers Fire Insurance Co	
Travelers Indemnity Co-
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co—
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd —
Union Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co  —
Western Assurance Co— 	
World Marine & General Insurance Co.,
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Ltd-
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insur. Co., Ltd—
Totals   	
Guarantee Insurance.
Premiums.
$129,463.61
4,893.50
688.89
5.00
7,081.96
1,572.46
—210.00
1,076.25
$130,994.67
Losses.
$31,382.42
255.00
Na
Na
130.35
10.00
Na
209.89
$31,987.66
Theft Insurance.
Premiums.
$159,287.51
2,036.26
5,853.44
Nil
7,204.71
758.47
56.60
7,054.35
5,194.75
839.36
1,352.37
1,826.26
3,488.27
2,994.17
$197,946.52
Losses.
$65,219.83
1,718.39
139.55
Nil
1,671.45
265.99
99.60
2,927.62
1,171.49
68.95
877.55
460.45
780.40
990.47
$76,391.74
Totals for 1935-
$112,067.89
$29,435.47
$183,295.32
$81,462.73
INLAND-TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Inland-transportation
Insurance.
Marine Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
$3,452.18
Nil
976.53
—363.60
559.05
4,774.53
Nil
79.37
2,461.46
43.86
Na
Nil
745.78
Nil
Na
1,701.41
Na
454.81
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
173.09
8,295.78
566.88
Nil
1.53
363.15
Na
Nil
3,263.04
3,536.92
2,610.46
$1,839.43
Nil
110.00
Nil
24.05
295.50
379.06
Na
Nil
634.39
Nil
Nil
Nil
102.40
Na
Nil
584.74
29.50
Na
Na
Nil
Na
Nil
Nil
3,032.64
89.79
Na
4.81
184.00
Nil
Ntt
402.94
1,928.50
93.27
$2,014.04
Na
2,132.90
1,246.91
Nil
15,438.62
Nil
1,392.85
55,887.20
11,153.21
15,971.05
Nil
Nil
Nil
Na
13,176.92
Na
Na
Na
9,186.31
Nil
20.00
Nil
555.51
Na
Nil
3,568.50
v Na
NU
1,194.55
39,701.20
Nil
Na
21,230.68
$4,018.90
American Alliance Insurance Co- 	
Nil
22,259.02
Ntt
33,532.28
9,649.42
7,547.95
Nil
Nil
Nil
British Oak Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd —	
Ntt
5,464.95
Ntt
Nil
Nil
7,874.82
Nil
Nil
Nil
10.00
Ntt
Nil
563.50
NU
The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., Ltd	
Eagle Star & British Dominions Insurance Co., Ltd.	
Nil
832.02
41,394.59
Nil
Ntt
27,746.53
$34,059.83
$9,735.02
$193,870.45
$161,371.24 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
S 61
TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 193*3—
Continued.
INLAND-TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
Inland-transportation
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Marine Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Brought forward..
Firemen's Fund Insurance Co	
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark-
First American Fire Insurance Co-
First National Insurance Co. of America	
Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of Philadelphia	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corpn., Ltd-
General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris	
General Insurance Co. of America—	
Glens Falls Insurance Co	
The Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada-
Great American Insurance Co	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Home Assurance Co. of Canada	
Home Fire and Marine Insurance Co-
Home Insurance Co - —
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office...
Indemnity Marine Insurance Co	
Insurance Co. of North America .—
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd—
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd—
London & Provincial Marine & Gen. Insur. Co., Ltd-
London Assurance Corporation-
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd—
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd— 	
Maritime Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Maryland Insurance Co-
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
Millers National Insurance Co	
Motor Union Insurance Co., Ltd-
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford-
National Liberty Insurance Co	
National Union Fire Insurance Co	
Newark Fire Insurance Co 	
New Brunswick Fire Insurance Co-
New Jersey Insurance Co-
New York Underwriters Insurance Co	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co-
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd—
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd	
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association-
Northwestern National Insurance Co	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd—
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co	
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd	
Philadelphia Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd	
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford	
Planet Assurance Co., Ltd	
Providence Washington Insurance Co...
Provident Assurance Co —
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd	
Queen Insurance Co. of America-
Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd—
Railway Passengers Assurance Co.	
Royal Exchange Assurance	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd 	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
Sea Insurance Co., Ltd _.
$34,059.83
43.78
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Nil
1,130.64
86.76
2,350.55
73.44
Nil
107.97
Nil
75.05
Nil
Nil
465.06
Ntt
Nil
1,134.62
10,268,33
88.99
1,630.33
487.13
Nil
6.13
347.30
426.37
Nil
290.53
193.25
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
366.99
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
176.85
593.00
40.00
493.40
60.00
2,101.30
841.97
Nil
61.15
Nil
1,174.00
17,886.36
Ntt
1,274.63
276.46
294.00
329.65
Nil
655.70
Nil
3,864.50
10,211.70
Nil
$9,735.02
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
54.50
Nil
699.76
Na
Nil
240.50
Nil
5.50
Nil
Nil
1,342.59
Nil
Ntt
93.27
30,455.94
Nil
93.45
526.65
Na
Nil
108.10
305.83
Nil
173.31
5.50
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
41.21
510.75
Ntt
10.00
Na
91.50
335.49
Nil
14.00
Nil
180.25
4,970.54
Na
98.45
83.60
52.90
19.22
Ntt
389.60
Nil
137.04
408.85
Nil
$193,870.45 [    $161,371.24
126,511.94
Na
Na
Nil
11,060.04
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Nil
310.50
Nil
483.68
47,071.39
Nil
Ntt
12,343.00
23,283.50
Ntt
4,464.93
329.76
Nil
54,871.99
Ntt
6,264.68
3,762.48
Nil
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
8,774.69
—453.59
Nil
53.76
Nil
Nil
Nil
45,694.26
1,615.02
Nil
Nil
17,070.02
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
18,932.72
Na
2,901.90
22,144.49
Nil
Nil
22,696.41
Nil
Nil
87.66
816.39
56,547.17
291.06
Carried forward..
$93,967.72
$51,183.32
$682,253.89
88,442.43
Nil
Nil
Ntt
17,456.62
Ntt
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
51,595.55
Nil
Nil
11,426.26
784.61
Nil
4,056.53
Nil
Nil
11,432.76
Nil
3,989.87
2,033.51
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Nil
4,571.06
6,622.10
Nil
Nil
Na
Ntt
Nil
17,197.73
1,423.48
Ntt
Nil
13,509.56
Ntt
Nil
Ntt
Ntt
11,330.00
Nil
322.87
3,023.58
Ntt
Ntt
28,551.46
Nil
Ntt
Ntt
471.30
25,629.37
834.76
$466,076.64 S 62
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936—
Continued.
INLAND-TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
Inland-transportation
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Marine Insurance.
Brought forward-
Security Insurance Co. of New Haven —
Sentinel Fire Insurance Co	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co—	
Standard Marine Insurance Co., Ltd  —
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd- —	
Thames & Mersey Insurance Co., Ltd-	
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co „	
Travelers Fire Insurance Co	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd.
United Firemen's Insurance Co	
United States Fire Insurance Co —	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co 	
Westchester Fire Insurance Co 	
Western Assurance Co- 	
World Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd.
Yang-tsze Insurance Association, Ltd	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
 Totals _ _.
Totals for 1935	
$93,967.72
528.93
50.30
1,269.30
Ntt
391.55
Ntt
660.85
274.88
9,812.54
48.00
4,394.43
90.27
Ntt
660.85
2.00
880.80
2,756.77
Ntt
Ntt
Ntt
Nil
$51,183.32
Nil
1.37
55.00
NU
138.44
Nil
93.27
6.00
14,740.89
Ntt
334.07
168.20
Nil
87.96
Ntt
123.90
256.18
Nil
Ntt
Na
Nil
$682,253.89
Nil
Nil
Nil
47,253.86
24,130.96
20,384.88
9,995.45
Ntt
Nil
Nil
65,973.40
29,472.03
Ntt
8,008.53
$115,789.19
$67,188.60
$466,076.64
Nil
Nil
Nil
45,793.33
7,483.66
13,180.74
7,950.58
Ntt
Nil
Ntt
42,014.33
30,247.24
Ntt
7,506.50
45,209.02
49,668.91
23,913.13
19,639.76
Nil
Nil
1,978.57
1,071.81
19,026.96
19,655.69
Nil
Nil
$977,600.68       $710,289.19
$158,146.05
$63,077.14
$763,204.21
$654,657.03 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
S 63
TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936-
Continued.
PUBLIC-LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS'-LIABILITY INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Public-liability
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Employers'-liability
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Aetna Life Insurance Co	
Alliance  Assurance   Co.,   Ltd..
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd-
British America Assurance Co-
British Canadian Insurance Co-
British Empire Assurance Co-
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co-
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada Security Assurance Co  —
Canadian General Insurance Co	
Canadian Indemnity Co	
Canadian Surety Co-
Car & General Insurance Corporation, Ltd—
Casualty Co. of Canada-
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co-
Continental Casualty Co-
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd—
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York 	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada-
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corpn., Ltd-
General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co-
Hudson Bay Insurance Co-
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office-
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America-
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd—
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd—
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada-
London & Provincial Marine & General Insur. Co., Ltd-
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd 	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co .-
National Surety Corporation-
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd—
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd-
Occidental Fire Insurance Co 	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd	
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd  —
Provident Assurance Co	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co-
Royal Exchange Assurance	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd—
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd-
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd 	
Toronto General Insurance Co 	
Travelers Indemnity Co..	
Travelers Insurance Co — _	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd-
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
Western Assurance Co... 	
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd—
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insur. Co., Ltd—
Totals   	
Nil
$675.10
193.00
849.18
862.18
187.00
3,026.59
1,410.75
22,525.93
22,935.60
3,079.82
83.90
122.80
645.64
333.30
316.07
2,573.07
8,917.86
1,381.22
27,407.14
1,951.29
1,091.05
3,644.65
3,565.77
Na
1,903.21
851.29
137.18
271.41
9.80
816.59
357.84
2,595.35
4,102.13
35.00
402.47
1,353.64
53.95
964.76
Nil
603.97
2,291.65
1,307.42
213.62
3,843.05
288.50
1,570.82
620.63
302.72
935.32
1,119.71
5,931.01
144.28
343.83
3,883.34
201.08
8,462.14
177.36
10.052.65
1,514.28
393.31
5,373.83
2,517.45
1,602.61
$175,328.11
Nil
$47.60
100.00
Ntt
154.77
Nil
36.02
84.55
5,796.95
4,386.17
139.50
Nil
2.80
2,729.61
Ntt
Ntt
2,258.88
2,883.58
932.90
8,393.91
154.08
36.26
359.47
263.50
Ntt
6.00
210.20
Ntt
133.13
Ntt
20.00
9.50
136.24
161.00
Na
Ntt
1,892.75
NU
72.25
Nil
664.29
85.53
78.00
Ntt
151.85
2.00
322.55
Ntt
3,975.30
10.75
288.50
739.65
Ntt
63.75
580.44
155.40
660.17
Nil
2,009.81
434.75
12.50
252.51
683.68
753.95
NU
$301.72
12.30  |
22.10
Nil
320.71
Ntt
2,332.82
46.37
127.48
Nil
21.22  |
65.47
25.00
215.97
779.91
2.00
92.53
789.95
130.13
$42,825.00
$14,375.57
Ntt
$12.26
Nil
134.17
Ntt
611.66
28.42
414.52
Nil
269.36
Nil
4,116.02
8,210.01
96.02
Ntt
64.84
2.29
200.15
7.29
510.60
65.00
NU
Nil
289.92
Nil
143.25
16.00
Ntt
149.92
858.09
2.90
	
.81
135.87
Nil
326.22
Nil
Nil
11.24
112.36
98.90
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Nil
—.25
13.50
40.50
Nil
411.84
15.00
5.27
Nil
96.57
Na
171.94
Nil
Na
40.50
Na
Na
Nil
Nil
$8,582.31
Totals for 1935..
$139,239.64
$30,780.70
$12,291.40
$6,026.63 S 64
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936—
Continued.
"WEATHER AND HAIL INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Weather Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Hail Insurance.
Losses.
Acadia Fire Insurance Co-	
Aetna Insurance Co- -	
Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia. —
American Alliance Insurance Co _	
American Insurance Co 	
Boston Insurance Co  	
British Empire Assurance Co— _	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd	
Canada Security Assurance Co..	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co 	
Canadian General Insurance Co	
China Fire Insurance Co -	
Columbia  Insurance  Co   -	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co  	
Continental Insurance Co  	
County Fire Insurance Co— _. 	
Equitable Fire & Marine Iusurance Co	
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance—	
First National Insurance Co	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Glens Falls Insurance Co   	
Great American Insurance Co   —
Hanover Fire Insurance Co 	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Home Insurance Co  	
Imperial Assurance Co 	
Insurance Co. of North America..	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd	
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
North Empire Fire Insurance Co —
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co 	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Phoenix Insurance Co	
Providence Washington Insurance Co _.	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd 	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Security Insurance Co. of New Haven.	
Sentinel Fire Insurance Co 	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Toronto General Insurance Co 	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
United Firemens Insurance Co 	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co	
 Totals 	
Totals for 1935	
$2.70
16.20
28.00
.39
1.81
1.32
Ntt
4.62
12.72
Ntt
Nil
.66
.90
1.31
36.53
.08
.26
75.96
Nil
3.00
1.62
3.88
.44
37.55
222.15
1.80
5.42
Nil
1.80
1.71
1.80
2.55
13.20
Na
45.00
3.75
1.36
15.04
2.08
.71
.43
41.38
1.59
13.20
.90
Nil
Nil
$605.82
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
$30.30
Na
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Na
NU
Ntt
Ntt
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Ntt
Nil
Ntt
Nil
$2,025.00
525.00
$30.30
2,028.32
30.79
2,105.00
$2,174.38
661.40
1,474.31
105.64
26.40
1,393.04
$6,837.28
$5,835.17
$904.73
$105.67
$3,821.14
$1,927.82 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1936.
S 65
TABLE VIL—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936-
Continued.
PROPERTY-DAMAGE AND MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Property-damage
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Miscellaneous.
A.—Aviation.
C—Credit.
L.S.—Live Stock.
S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
Premiums.
Losses.
Acadia Fire Insurance Co-
Aetna Insurance Co-
Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-
American Alliance Insurance Co	
American Credit Indemnity Co—	
American Equitable Insurance Co	
British America Assurance Co	
British Canadian Assurance Co	
British Empire Assurance Co	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd-	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co-	
Canadian Surety Co-
China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd—
Columbia Insurance Co	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co-
Continental Insurance Co	
County Fire Insurance Co-
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd-
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co - —
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co	
General Insurance Co. of America— 	
Great American Insurance Co - 	
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
Hardware Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co—	
Home Insurance Co -	
Imperial Assurance Co—
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada-
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America._	
Insurance Co. of North America.
Law Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd —
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd-
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
Maryland Casualty Co 	
Maryland Insurance Co	
Mercantile Insurance Co 	
Mercury Insurance Co-
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford 	
National Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd- 	
New York Underwriters Insurance Co-	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co  	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co	
North Empire Fire Insurance Co	
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd..
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association-
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd—
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford	
Providence Washington Insurance Co—
Quebec Fire Assurance Co-
Queen Insurance Co. of America	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co., Ltd..
Royal Exchange Assurance..	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd 	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Sentinel Fire Insurance Co-
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
Carried forward	
$4,744.17
Nil
18.62
Ntt
81.05
—8.70
—186.70
Nil
199.53
253.71
Nil
9.59
409.96
23.27
3.72
218.50
348.22
10.00
1,620.00
230.66
3.34
3.34
192.88
Ntt
19.19
126.15
Nil
140.86
266.50
—62.44
15.00
915.65
3.47
Ntt
—34.68
3.34
Nil
125.99
43.38
70.11
19.19
71.05
117.00
494.10
862.63
1.83
4.00
117.00
179.05
386.00
800.28
Nil
—65.50
581.16
$13,633.49
$1,861.36
Nil
Nil
m
Nil
Na
Nil
Nil
Na
154.64
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Ntt
Na
Ntt
Nil
Na
Na
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
70.05
Na
Na
Na
Na
Na
Na
Na
3.75
Na
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Na
Na
Nil
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Na
Nil
12.00
3.50
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Ntt
S.L.     $14.75
S.L.     112.33
C. 688.57
Na
S.L.        —.46
S.L.
4.92
S.L.       68.46
S.L.     233.4
S.L.     468.91
S.L. 8.88
NU
Nil
S.L.     —9.76
S.L. 3.33
S.L. 27.09
S.L. 9.83
S.L.      326.37
S.L.        25.52
$2,105.30
$2,112.38
$1.94
Nil
Nil
S.L.        90.86 | Ntt
Nil
Nil
.65
Nil
Nil
S.L. 9.83 | 1.29
S.L.        19.30 Nil
Ntt
Nil
Na
Nil
Nil
Nil
75.25
Nil
$80.42 S 66
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1936—
Continued.
PROPERTY-DAMAGE AND MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
property-damage
Insurance.
Losses.
Miscellaneous.
A.—Aviation.
C—Credit.
L.S.—Live Stock.
S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
Premiums.
Losses.
$13,633.49
1,569.43
184.41
136.71
Ntt
9.59
212.53
4.50
$2,105.30
Na
Na
7.50
Na
Nil
Nil
Nil
$2,112.38
$80.42
S.L.          4.92
S.L.      —9.76
.65
Ntt
L.S.      106.50
125.00
Totals        	
$15,750.66
$2,112.80
$2,223.80
$206.07
$31,379.00
$2,376.59
$2,186.77
$23.16
TABLE VIIL—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE  (TABLE VII.)   SUMMARY.
1932.
1933.
1934.
1935.
1936.
$428,000
275,000
129,000
27,000
80,000
30,000
699,000
605,000
141,000
98,000
215,000
153,000
248,000
250,000
$442,000
247,000
99,000
32,000
88,000
21,000
759,000
351,000
145,000
32,000
196,000
120,000
285,000
189,000
$445,000
231,000
130,000
9,000
110,000
79,000
729,000
513,000
128,000
50,000
199,000
86,000
284,000
160,000
$413,000
230,000
112,000
29,000
158,000
63,000
763,000
655,000
139,000
31,000
164,000
108,000
309,000
127,000
$474,000
L  .	
Guarantee, P    -	
L. 	
228,000
131,000
32,000
116,000
67,000
L.
978,000
710,000
175,000
43,000
165,000
98,000
355,000
130,000
L     	
Public-liability,   P-   	
L.	
Sickness,  P    	
L	
Other forms, P   ■ 	
L.     .  ...	
Total P- 	
Total L  	
$1,940,000
1,438,000
$2,014,000
992,000
52,025,000
1,128,000
$2,058,000
. 1,243,000
$2,394,000
1,308,000
Note.—" P " refers to premiums and " L " to losses paid. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OP INSURANCE, 1936.
S 67
TABLE IX.—INVESTMENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA OF COMPANIES OTHER
THAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
(For British Columbia Investments of Life Insurance Companies, see abstract of returns of
Life Insurance Companies, pages 47 and 48.)
Name of Company.
Mortgages.
In other
Securities.
American Credit Indemnity Co-
American Insurance Co 	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd—
Beaver Fire Insurance Co 	
Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co-
British America Assurance Co	
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co	
British Crown Assurance Corporation, Ltd—
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co.	
Caledonian Insurance Co	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co  	
Canadian Indemnity Co—	
Canadian Surety Co   	
Casualty Co. of Canada 	
Central Union Insurance Co _
Century Insurance Co., Ltd- -	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co-
Dominion Fire Insurance Co	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co-
Ensign Insurance Co. — 	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co _
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation, Ltd-
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
Guarantee Co.  of North America .	
Home Assurance Co. of Canada	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co— 	
Imperial Insurance Office - — 	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co.,
London Guarantee & Accident Co	
Ltd-
. Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Boston -
Mercantile  Fire Insurance  Co...   	
Merchants Casualty Insurance Co	
Mercury   Insurance   Co 	
Mill Owners Mutual Fire Insurance Co  „
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
National Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd— -
New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co.. _
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd—
North Empire Fire Insurance Co 1	
Northwest  Casualty Co 	
Northwestern National Insurance Co	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd-
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd-
Protective Association of Canada.
Provident  Assurance  Co..  	
Quebec Fire Assurance Co.
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada .
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd  	
Security National Insurance Co	
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Fire Insurance Co-
Wapiti Insurance Co-
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co—
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd-	
Totals 	
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Ntt
Nil
Nil
$37,500.00
Ntt
Nil
177,922.60
Na
Nil
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
6,840.43
82,429.20
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
11,942.10
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
100,000.00
Nil
Nil
Ntt
Nil
148,746.321
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
20,000.00}:
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
247,436.00
$832,816.65
$75,000.00
19,200.00
26,280.00*
5,358.88
14,000.00
3,000.00*
5,960.00*
25,000.00*
15,000.00*
128,626.32
70,000.00
113,380.00t
35.194.80
29,340.80
33,000.00*
10,928.34
35,000.00
26,000.00*
10,000.00
40,000.00*
176,354.83t
5,000.00*
90,000.00
58,000.00
.   32,450.00
5,000.00
100,000.00*
30,000.00*
117,500.00
Nil
101,800.01*
220,054.20
15,000.OOt
109,239.99*
10,000.00
100,000.00*
20,000.00*
5,000.00*
4,866.67*
50,000.00
195,897.12
37,800.00
2,000.00*
50,000.00*
119,000.00*
251,400.00*
102,063.73
10,000.00
2,950.00t
19,466.67*
15,000.00*
20,784.00t
60,000.00*
5,000.00*
4,000.00*
16,000.00
38,170.00
444,000.00f
$3,364,066.36
* Far value.       t Market value.       J Book value.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Chaei.es F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1937.
2,825-737-7140 

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