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 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT
OF  THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE
FOR   THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLOMBIA
1933
(BUSINESS TRANSACTED IN 1932)
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1933.  To His Honour J. AV. Fokdham Johnson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Youb Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Twenty-second Annual Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31st, 1932.
R. H. POOLEY,
Attorney-General.
Victoria, B.C., July 3rd, 1933. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Page.
Report of the Superintendent of Insurance     5
Lists as at December 31st, 1932, of—
Insurers licensed '•    9
Underwriters' Agencies licensed  24
Reciprocal Exchanges granted Permits  24
Names of Companies licensed or ceased Business since December 31st, 1932  24
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co  25
Empire Life Insurance Co  26
Grand Council of Canadian Order of Chosen Friends  27
Home Assurance Co. of Canada  29
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia  30
Mutual Relief Life Insurance Co  31
Ontario Equitable Life & Accident Insurance Co  32
Provident Assurance Co  34
Provident Life & Accident Insurance Co  35
Sons of Scotland  37
Toronto General Insurance Co  38
United Pacific Casualty Insurance Co  40
Western Empire Life Assurance Co  41
TABLES.
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1932 and Investments in the Province  43
II. Summary, 1928-32  45
Fire Insurance—
III. Business of 1932  45
IV. Summary, 1928-32  49
Automobile Insurance—
V. Business of 1932  49
VI. Summary, 1928-32  52
Other Classes of Insurance—
VII. Business of 1932  52
VIII. Summary, 1928-32  62
IX. Investments in the Province of Insurers other than Life  63 REPORT OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE.
Department of Insurance,
The Honourable R. H. Pooley, Victoria, B.C., July 3rd, 1933.
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit, pursuant to the " Insurance Act," the Twenty-second Annual Report
of the Department of Insurance, covering the year ended December 31st, 1932.
At the end of the year there were 293 insurers licensed to transact business, seven new
companies having been licensed, as follows:—
American Colony Insurance Company, New York, N.Y.
Indiana Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Company, Indianapolis, Ind.
London and County Insurance Company, Limited, London, Eng.
National Liberty Insurance Company, New York, N.Y.
North River Insurance Company, New York, N.Y.
Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
Westchester Fire Insurance Company, New York, N.Y.
Ten companies ceased to do business in this Province during 1932, as follows:—
The American Equitable Assurance Company of New York, which allowed its contracts to
run to expiration under care of the Merchants & Manufacturers Fire Insurance Company.
The Canada National Fire Insurance Company, which went into liquidation in October,
1932, and whose business was taken over by the Sun Insurance Office, Limited.
Columbia Life Assurance Company, whose business was acquired by the Great West Life
Assurance Company.
The Fulton Fire Insurance Company, whose business in the Province was reinsured by the
Hanover Fire Insurance Company.
The North River Insurance Company, which merged with the Transportation Insurance
Company of New York and whose business was taken over by a new company of the same name.
The Pacific American Fire Insurance Company, which reinsured its business in the Province
with the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company, Limited.
The Union Indemnity Company, whose business in the Province was reinsured by the
Continental Casualty Insurance Company and the Canadian General Insurance Company.
The Virginia Fire & Marine Insurance Company, which cancelled all its outstanding business
in the Province.
The United States Merchants and Shippers Insurance Company and the Westchester Fire
Insurance Company, which were merged into a new company of the same name as the latter
company.
A complete list of the various insurers licensed as at December 31st, 1932, will be found
on page 9. The following summary indicates the origin of the companies and how many have
Dominion registration in addition to a Provincial licence:—
Where incorporated.
Dominion
Provincial
Total.
Registration.
Licensees.
2
2
59
59
12
9
21
65
4
69
2
2
1
1
6
6
3
3
1
1
1
1
2
2
122
4
126
274
19
293
276
20
296
267
20
287
British Columbia	
Canada	
Other Provinces	
Great Britain	
Australia	
China	
France	
Hong Kong	
Japan	
Sweden	
Switzerland	
United States	
Totals	
The comparative figures are for
1931	
1930	 F 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
On analysis the list shows that 42 companies are licensed for life insurance, 218 for fire
insurance, 172 for automobile insurance, and 83 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 25 to 42 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 24.
Since the beginning of the year the Agricultural Underwriters, representing the Agricultural
Insurance Company, has been licensed, while the Canadian Motor Underwriters, representing
the Central Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Company and the Lumbermens Mutual Casualty
Insurance Company, and the Globe Underwriters Agency, representing the Globe & Rutgers Fire
Insurance Company, have ceased to carry on business.
Ten reciprocal exchanges hold permits under section 174 of the " Insurance Act" and the
list appears on page 24.    The Equitable Fire Underwriters did not renew its permit this year.
For convenience the names of the companies, underwriters' agencies, and reciprocal exchanges
which have been licensed or have ceased business since December last are shown at page 24.
The following table gives particulars of licences issued to insurance agents and adjusters,
and for the purpose of comparison the corresponding figures for the year 1931 are shown in
the first column :—
1931.
Licences issued during 1932.
Suspended.
Cancelled or
revoked.
1,566
2,094
35
3,095
Life   agents     1,358 '
Other than life agents   2,077
Adjusters            38
3,473
Nil
Nil
Tables showing the business transacted in fire, life, automobile, and miscellaneous classes of
insurance during the year will be found on pages 43, 45, 49, and 52, and summaries for the past
five years on pages 45, 49, 52, and 62, respectively.
The business of insurance has during the depression been subjected to a more severe test
than it has ever been called upon to face, but the failures have been conspicuously few. In
contrast with the banking business in the United States, the insurance companies have weathered
the storm in remarkable fashion, though in some cases heroic measures were necessary. Many
valuable lessons have been learned, particularly that insurance companies must in the long run
depend for profits on sound underwriting in the first place, and only secondarily on the skill
with which their funds are invested. That is the principle on which British insurance is based
and it will undoubtedly be observed more in the future than it has been in the past.
The general financial conditions brought to the front the proper method of valuing the
securities held by insurance companies. It became obvious that stock exchange quotations were
not the true test, at any rate in an abnormal period, and it also became apparent that a method
suitable for a fire insurance company is not necessarily appropriate for a life insurance company.
The problem has been widely discussed and is not yet settled. For the time being companies
may value their securities on a special basis sanctioned by the various Insurance Departments
in Canada and the United States.
The figures for life insurance show the effect of the depression, though the comparatively
small decrease in both premiums and insurance in force is testimony to the strength and depth
of life insurance in Canada. Loans on and surrenders of policies were again high, and it is
estimated that 20 per cent, of the $300,000,000 of assets of the Canadian companies now consists
of loans to policyholders—an increase of 50 per cent, in the last three years. In the United
States emergency regulations had to be put into force to check the drain of cash due to loans
and surrenders.    The ratio of lapses was again large;   the figures compiled by the Dominion Department show that the amount of lapsed business during 1932 was 55 per cent, of the gross
new business written and during 1931 nearly 46 per cent. This is the biggest problem facing
the companies to-day. On the other side of the account they have endeavoured to eliminate
any extravagance and waste and will be in good shape to take advantage of the return of
prosperity. It has been suggested that the present scales for loans and cash surrender values
should be lowered, but no justification for that has been shown. It is quite likely that the
experiences of the depression will lead to certain changes in the business and the selling of
life insurance. The public may prefer more " protection" in the form of non-participating
policies to the " investment" type of policy with " profits," and the annuity business promises
a big field of expansion.
A good many people were unfortunately obliged to rearrange the life insurance they were
carrying and the companies were ready to do their utmost to prevent a complete loss. If,
however, the policyholder with this object in view changed from one company to another, it
almost invariably involved a considerable loss. It is regrettable that some agents in their zest
for business have not realized that what is known as " twisting " is reprehensible ethics and
lowers the standards of life insurance. Unless the policyholder is presented with an absolute
accurate statement of the effect of changing from one to another company, the agent incurs the
suspicion of misleading the public and is in danger of losing his licence.
Notwithstanding the adverse conditions, both sickness and death rates were extremely low
last year according to figures compiled by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, and 1932
was in that respect a record year for that company.
The fire insurance companies suffered from a considerable drop in premiums and in many
cases a lessened investment income, while the losses were slightly higher than in 1931. To
illustrate the effect of the depression, I quote an estimate that the income of all American
companies in 1929 was $1,005,000,000, but in 1932 only $672,000,000. The chief factors responsible were " reduction of building values, low prices of commodities, depleted stocks of merchandise, curtailed production, lack of purchasing-power, and dearth of new construction." The
mortality among the 85 new companies of 1927 to 1929 was such that only 29 were still in
business in 1932. However, the experience has been valuable and underwriting will be all the
sounder in the future. It has been said that " almost imperceptibly fire insurance, once a
business merely for indemnifying for loss, has become a business for furnishing protection against
loss " ; this observation refers to the services performed by the fire insurance organizations by
way of inspections, regulation and control of hazards, standardizing of construction and all
kinds of apparatus, and engineering service to cities with respect to water-supplies and fire
departments.    Prevention is the modern policy and the same trend is seen in life insurance.
A feature of the losses was an " increased burning ratio " in dwelling-houses, many fires
being of a highly suspicious character. The companies have also been directing attention to
the large number of " scorch " claims arising from cigarettes, etc., and amounting (it has been
calculated) in the United States to over $4,000,000 per annum. As payment of these losses is
in law really gratuitous, the companies are likely—and quite properly—to refuse payment in
the future.
The problem of " free insurance "—that is to say, policies which are written but not taken
and finally cancelled for non-payment of premiums—has been the subject of much discussion
and thought. It is admitted on all hands that the question constitutes the greatest evil in the
fire-insurance business, but, although numerous suggestions have been propounded, no acceptable
solution has yet been found. Unless the companies can succeeed in eradicating the abuse, it
seems that legislation will be inevitable. It is manifestly unjust that any person should be
allowed to secure insurance without paying for it, with the result that those who do pay have
to be charged a higher rate.
The premiums for automobile insurance also were lower, but a decrease in losses produced
a better ratio than last year. The new legislation came into effect on September 1st, 1932, and
appears to be working satisfactorily. It was only amended in one respect this year. The
" financial responsibility " measures enacted here last year are now in force in almost all the
Provinces.
The general trend in the insurance business for 1932 appears in the miscellaneous classes,
but though the premiums were in lesser volume, the results were more favourable to the
companies.   No doubt the underwriting was more selective.   It is perhaps a symptom of the times that the losses in burglary and plate-glass insurance were higher. The guarantee insurance class was again very profitable.
Insurance agents have suffered like the companies from the decrease in business and at
least in some degree from the competitive methods of the business. In fire insurance " volume "
was the great objective, and in order to secure that, too many companies were overindulgent
in credit and enforcing collection of premiums and overhasty in settlement of losses. It was
only natural that the agents adopted a similar attitude, which has proved to be unsound in
everybody's interest. It is to be expected that in the future proper business principles will
be practised.
Educational training in insurance is coining more and more to be recognized as the first
and most important step to improvement in agency standards. It is of great significance that
a large number of life insurance agents in the Province have obtained the diploma conferred
by the Life Underwriters Association of Canada, entitling them to be called " Chartered Life
Underwriters" (C.L.U.). The Vancouver Institute of Insurance is also making splendid
progress.
The difficulties regarding the constitutional jurisdiction over insurance have not yet been
settled, and the Dominion-Provincial Conference at Ottawa, which I attended last January,
failed to evolve a satisfactory solution. Ontario and Quebec, with which British Columbia
co-operates, are not content with the present state of affairs and still claim, as was pointed out
in my report last year, that the Dominion Department is exercising administrative powers which
belong only to the Provinces. There is little doubt that these powers will be challenged.
Meanwhile the "Insurance (Temporary Provisions) Act" here and in other Provinces has
been  renewed.
The Conference of the Association of Provincial Superintendents of Insurance was again
held last year in Winnipeg. The principal subject was the proposed amendments to the uniform
life insurance legislation in force in all Provinces (except. Quebec) ; these will receive intensive
consideration before any recommendation for enactment is made. The new automobile insurance legislation was also discussed, but, although various amendments were put forward, it was
determined that the legislation should first have a thorough trial.
The amendments to the " Insurance Act" are not included this year as they are rather
lengthy. The provisions relating to Dominion licences have been eliminated from the Act; the
part dealing with the licensing of insurance agents and adjusters was entirely revised, and
there are some other miscellaneous amendments.
"REAL-ESTATE AGENTS' LICENSING ACT."
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,
1932, are shown in the first column:—
1931-32.
1932-33.
924
Nil
Licences issued	
748
Licences cancelled or revoked	
Nil ■
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. G. GARRETT,
Superintendent of Insurance. y
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F 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
LIST OF UNDERWRITERS' AGENCIES LICENSED UNDER THE " INSURANCE ACT."
Agricultural Underwriters Agency, representing the Agricultural Insurance Company.
Britannic Underwriters, representing Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited.
British & Canadian Underwriters, representing Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Limited.
Canadian Hardware & Implement Underwriters, representing Retail Hardware Mutual Fire
Insurance Company, Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Company, and Hardware
Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Colonial Fire Underwriters Agency, representing National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford.
Edinburgh Underwriters' Agency, representing Scottish Union & National Insurance Company.
Laurentian Underwriters Agency, representing the British Colonial Fire Insurance Company.
London Underwriters Agency, representing London Assurance Corporation.
Nova Scotia Fire Underwriters Agency, representing Home Insurance Company.
Rochester Underwriters Agency, representing Great American Insurance Company.
Winnipeg Fire Underwriters Agency, representing Home Insurance Company.
LIST OF RECIPROCAL EXCHANGES TO WHICH PERMITS UNDER SECTION 174
OF THE " INSURANCE ACT " HAVE BEEN GRANTED.
Affiliated Underwriters, New York, N.Y.
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter Insurance Bureau, Chicago, 111.
Individual Underwriters, New York, N.Y.
Inter-Insurance 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, 1932.
Licences issued.
The Agricultural Underwriters, representing the Agricultural Insurance Company.
Ceased Business.
Insurers—
American Colony Insurance Company.
American Home Fire Assurance Company.
Globe & Rutgers Fire Insurance Company.
National Surety Company.
National Union Indemnity.
Ocean Marine Insurance Company, Limited.
Preferred Accident Insurance Company.
Svea Fire & Life Insurance Company.
Universal Insurance Company.
Underwriters' Agencies—
Canadian Motor Underwriters Agency, representing the Central Manufacturers Mutual
Insurance Company and the Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Insurance Company:
Globe Underwriters Agency, representing the Globe & Rutgers Fire Insurance Company.
Reciprocal Exchanges—
The Equitable Fire Underwriters. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932. F 25
Annual Statements for the Year ended December 31st, 1932, of
Insurers holding Provincial Licences.
BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors.
Walter J. Albutt. H. AV. Chamberlain.
F. M. Chaldecott. S. Robinson.
F. G. Syder.
F. G. Syder, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Bonds and debentures (book value)   $62,501.27
Cash in banks   983.36
Interest due and accrued   1,242.71
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commissions deducted)  9,736.23
Bills receivable   163.10
Deduct assets not admitted— $74,626.67
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1932      $7,386.34
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures     10,955.13
Interest due         464.33
      18,805.80
$55,820.87
Liabilities. =d
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.)     $17,107.02
Taxes due and accrued  537.72
Capital stock—
Authorized   $25,000.00
Subscribed and paid up         9,600.00
Surplus        28,576.13
$55,820.87
Profit and Loss Account. =
Premiums earned (net)     $18,210.87
Losses and claims incurred (net)   $10,808.59
Commissions         7,006.68
Taxes  ;         635.88
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       1,370.00
All other expenses   78.66
      19,899.81
Underwriting loss      $1,688.94
Other revenue—
T  ,        , -, ($3,132.93
Interest earned   >
I     464.33
Increase in market value of investments        4,910.00
        8,507.26
Other expenditure— $6,818.32
Decrease in market value of investments      $4,780.00
        4,780.00
Net profit for the year        $2,038.32 F 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
List of Shareholders.
Name.
Residence.
Amount
Amount
subscribed.
paid.
$3,000.00
$3,000.00
2,300.00
2,300.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
200.00
200.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
200.00
200.00
100.00
100.00
700.00
700.00
500.00
500.00
200.00
200.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
Albutt, Edith A	
Albutt, W. J	
Akroyd, H. C	
Barnsley, Rev. Ego	
Blythe, Miss F. I	
Chaldecott, F. M	
Chamberlain, H. W	
Charlson, Miss E. H	
Creery, A. McC	
Hope, C. E	
Martin, W. E	
Pound, A. M. (Executor, Estate of
A. F. Beasley)	
Robinson, S	
Rogers, J	
Syder, Frank G	
Traill, Bell-Irving & Bell-Irving
(Executor, Estate of H. Bell-
Irving)	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
North Wales, England
Victoria	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
$0,600.00
I
$9,600.00
THE EMPIRE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Toronto, Out.
Directors.
John Hallam. C. P. Fell.
B. R. McKenzie. A. H. Keith Russell.
J. M. Vaughan. Geo. M. Orr.
A. J. Walker. A. H. Vanderburgh.
J. Ross Paterson, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Real estate  (book value)  $21,703.25
Mortgages on real estate   470,702.55
Loans and advances to policyholders  :  223,261.11
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  628,033.34
Stocks  (book value)  997.253.16
Cash on hand and in banks  94,181.68
Advances to agents   3,204.57
Interest due and accrued  ,  28,456.82
Premiums due and uncollected  (net)  107,805.74
Accounts receivable   383.G9
$2,574,985.91
Liabilities.
Liability under assurance and other contracts (net)    $1,825,575.00
Provision for unpaid death losses and disability claims  9,766.00
Amounts left with Company   13,159.08
Premiums paid in advance   3,293.77
Taxes due and accrued   8,786.61
Salaries, rents, and office expenses due and accrued   3,470.51
Medical examiners' fees due and accrued  284.00
Legal fees due and accrued   500.00
Commissions to agents   614.95 Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures 	
Deficiency of market under book value of stocks 	
Capital—
Authorized      $5,000,000.00
Subscribed         2,607,500.00
Paid up  ."       $623,360.00
Less deficit          135,015.67
$2,321.00
218,870.66
  488,344.33
$2,574,985.91
Income.
Premium income   (net)  $482,602.45
Consideration for supplementary contracts   5,000.00
Interest and dividends   85,784.31
Rents   1,075.00
$574,461.76
Disbursements.
Disbursements under assurance contracts   $165,759.36
Payments on supplementary contracts  50.00
Amounts left with the Company and withdrawn   5,843.75
Taxes, licences, and fees   10,553.47
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, travelling expenses,
rents, and miscellaneous  48,244.02
Branch office and agency expenses—Commissions, advanced to agents,  salaries,
travelling expenses, and miscellaneous   98,191.95
All other expenses—Advertising, office furniture, books and periodicals, postage,
express, telegrams and telephones, printing and stationery, legal fees, medical
fees, and miscellaneous  17,906.19
Loss on sale or maturity of bonds  591.00
Balance   200,322.02
$574,461.76
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 43.)
GRAND COUNCIL OF CANADIAN ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS.
Head Office—Hamilton, Ont.
Governing Executive Authority.
Eccles J. Gott. W. Benson.
J. L. Archer. W. H. Montague.
J. L. Davidson. Sheriff Alex. Monis.
C. H. Fitch, Secretary.
Prof. A. M. MacKenzie, Actuary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)        $32,000.00
Loans on policies   68,395.41
Bonds (amortized book value)       2,419,757.13 .
F 28 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Cash in bank   $84,293.62
Deposit, Province of Quebec  5,000.00
Interest due and accrued   65,718.97
Premiums due (estimated)    32,836.01
Other assets   1,911.43
2,709,912.57
Deduct assets not admitted—-
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures in default .... 86,205.77
$2,623,706.80
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims         $41,057.42
Premiums paid in advance  660.69
Reserves—
Mortuary Fund     $2,190,300.00
Sickness  Fund          209,510.00
Children's Fund   9,300.00
     2,409,110.00
Balance          172,878.69
$2,623,706.80
Income.
Mortuary Fund   $436,666.13
Sickness Fund and Funeral Fund   28,752.36
Child Insurance Fund   3,480.15
Guarantee Fund   367.27
Assessments, dues,- fees, and fines  -.  13,940.70
Other revenue  -  1,026.10
$484,232.71
Disbursements.
Mortuary Fund   $289,317.59
Sickness and Funeral Fund   20,187.84
Child Fund  -  500.00
Guarantee Fund   68.54
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, actuaries' fees and
expenses, travelling expenses, rents, printing and supplies, and miscellaneous 23,401.43
Agency and organization expenses—Commissions and miscellaneous   4,769.39
All other expenses—Advertising, legal fees, medical fees, taxes and licences, telephone, telegrams and express, official publications, and miscellaneous   8,923.27
Balance   137,064.65
$484,232.71
T Returns for British Columbia.
Income—
Mortuary Fund   $11,146.47
Sickness and Funeral Fund   646.76
Child Insurance Fund  231.01
Guarantee Fund   8.30
General Fund     713.29
$12,745.83 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932. F 29
Disbursements—
Mortuary Fund  $9,926.00
Sickness and Funeral Funds   352.15
General Fund   1,183.12
$11,461.27
HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA.
Head Office—Calgary, Alberta.
Directors.
F. A. Ogilvie. J. G. Norstrant.
A. Corrie. E. Roberts.
Dr. W. D. Dieson. G. A. Wilson.
G. Fisher. D. A. Fraser.
H. Wingfield.
G. A. Wilson, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Mortgage loans on real estate  $9,259.98
Bonds, debentures, etc.  (amortized book value)  138,896.83
Cash on hand and in banks  14,100.16
Interest due and accrued   1,488.44
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  1,482.69
Furniture and fixtures  (after depreciation)  2,892.95
Other assets  474.96
$168,596.01
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1932     $552.50
Furniture and fixtures   2,892.95
Prepaid licences  :      385.00
        3,830.45
$164,765.56
Liabilities.
Unpaid claims   $12,346.70
Reserve of unearned premiums   32,109.52
Cash dividends to shareholders due and unpaid   2,537.50
Taxes due and accrued   3,129.41
Special reserve   4,000.00
Capital stock—
Authorized    $500,000.00
Subscribed        500,000.00
Paid up   60,632.00
Surplus     50,010.43
$164,765.56 F 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)    $109,729.09
Losses and claims incurred (net)  $44,642.05
Commissions     30,517.09
Taxes       3,807.80
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses      16,791.70
Other expenses      10,467.87
 106,226.51
Underwriting profit        $3,502.58
Other revenue—■
Interest earned   $7,123.92
Rebate, 1930 income tax   16.10
United States premium        513.47
Reserve for claims   6.25
    $7,659.74
Other expenditure—
Interest on money borrowed for investment      $131.65
Bad debts written off        895.76
      1,027.41
        6,632.33
Net profit      $10,134.91
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 50 and 52.)
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors.
J. W. Berry, M.L.A. W.. H. Higginson.
D. A. McKee. R. U. Hurford.
Wm. Newby. J. W. Miller.
Archibald Blair, Jr. Thos. Laing.
Henry Bose. H. E. Page.
Hanford Lewis. W. J. Park.
C. E. Whitney-Griffiths.
Wm. Townsley, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Real estate (assessed value)  $3,340.00
Cash in bank   4,811.68
Premiums due and unpaid   4,501.53
Premium instalments not yet due   38,940.87
Premium notes   126,049.96
Commissions not yet earned   9,566.48
Deposit     5.00
$187,215.52
Liabilities.
Claims unpaid   $17.15
Reserve of unearned premiums (cash plan)  16,408.99
Commission earned  880.27
Taxes   264.22
Premium note reserve   126,049.96 I
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 31
Statutory reserve   $13,000.00
Balance   30,594.93
$187,215.52
Income.
Cash premiums (cash plan)  $13,933.34
Cash premiums  (instalments)    25,646.16
Assessments   4,537.76
Interest   256.12
Other sources  67.98
Deficit  9,931.30
$54,372.46
Disbursements.
Losses paid    $35,260.61
Commissions     5,768.74
Adjustment expenses   222.44
Salaries, directors' and auditors' fees   7,885.13
Rent and light  1,497.07
Reinsurance   281.54
Miscellaneous     3,456.93
$54,372.46
MUTUAL RELIEF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Kingston, Ont.
Directors.
J. C. Connell. H. C. Connell, B.A., M.D.
D. A. Shaw. J. M. Campbell.
C. C. Folger. AV. A. Mackintosh, M.A., B.A.D.
Jos. Powley. Jos. Rigney.
Wm. McDonald. W. T. Connell, M.D.
Wm. Jackson. H. B. Muir.
Hon. T. A. Kidd, M.L.A.
AV. T. Fortye, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Real estate  (book value)  $155,027.94
Mortgages on real estate   717,000.00
Loans   35,000.00
Loans and advances to policyholders   273,820.61
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  3,658,351.58
Stocks  (book value)    194,909.92
Cash on hand and in banks  50,192.48
Advances to agents  2,594.28
Interest and dividends due and accrued   80,559.07
Rents due and accrued   1,366.66
Premiums due and unpaid   52,397.85
$5,221,220.39 '
F 32 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Liabilities.
Liability under assurance and other contracts (net)  $4,694,102.00
Surrender values under cancelled contracts (net)  15,000.00
Liability for payments due under contracts   45,512.67
Provision for unreported death losses and disability claims   5,000.00
Amounts left with Company   8,974.28
Premiums paid in advance   29,172.86
Salaries, rents, and office expenses   13,700.00
Commissions to agents due and accrued   631.21
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures in default  221,241.38
Deficiency of market under book value of stocks   42,228.02
Other liabilities  23,688.92
Undivided surplus (without provision for bonds and debentures not in default)  121,969.05
$5,221,220.39
Income.
Premium  income    $600,495.30
Interest and dividends   234,751.34
Rents   4,789.35
Premium on New York funds   10,376.73
Profit on sale or maturity of bonds   2,001.10
Other sources   :  314.15
$852,727.97
Disbursements.
Disbursements under assurance contracts        $512,S68.14
Taxes, licences, and fees   8,749.11
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, travelling expenses,
rents, and miscellaneous   55,728.77
Branch  office  and  agency  expenses—Commissions  advanced  to  agents,   salaries,
travelling expenses, rents, and miscellaneous          154,165.92
All other expenses—Advertising, office furniture, books and periodicals, postage,
express, telegrams and telephones, printing and stationery, legal fees, medical
fees, and miscellaneous   27,235.64
Loss on exchange of bonds   1,355.21
Balance  :  92,625.18
$852,727.97
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 43.)
THE ONTARIO EQUITABLE LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Waterloo, Ont.
Herbert Begg. E. C. Mitchell.
H. C. Bertram. Chas. S. Morton.
Hon. F. C. Biggs. W. E. Payne, K.C.
A. AV. Briggs, K.C. E. K. Reiner.
W. E. Long. J. M. Riddell.
Hon. H. MacPherson. J. M. AYalton.
J. A. Martin.
M. J. Smith, Secretary. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932. F 33
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)   $264,506.11
Mortgages on real estate   3,493,059.46
Loans to policyholders   1,461,794.52
Loans secured by stock, etc  30,000.00
Bonds and debentures  (amortized book value)  2,552,522.71
Stocks  (book value)    111,419.34
Cash on hand and in banks  118,098.71
Accounts receivable   757.13
Interest due and accrued   225,152.80
Premiums due and uncollected and deferred   287,850.10
1,545,160.88
Liabilities.
Liability under assurance and other contracts (net)  $7,209,600.00
Liability for payments due under contracts   30,915.50
Provision for unreported death losses and disability claims   15,000.00
Amounts left with Company   35,122.75
Premiums paid in advance   12,330.23
Taxes due and accrued   22,000.00
Medical examiners' fees and accounts due and accrued   5,000.00
Reserve for loss on investments  170,000.00
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures   273,059.09
Deficiency of market under book value of stocks   33,585.34
Agents' balances   9,116.42
Commuted payments not yet due to shareholders of Policy Holders Mutual  4,052.66
Other liabilities    8,758.61
Capital—
Authorized     $8,000,000.00
Subscribed        6,741,600.00
Paid up         655,055.90
Undivided surplus  -  61,564.38
$8,545,160.88
Income.
Premium income ,  $1,263,508.24
Interest and dividends   402,744.69
Rents   7,733.41
$1,673,986.34
Disbursements.
Disbursements under assurance contracts        $774,140.36
Net payments on supplementary contracts   654.00
Interest or dividends to shareholders   13,098.02
Taxes, licences, and fees   30,797.48
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, travelling expenses,
and rents   87,426.30
Branch office and agency expenses—Commissions,  salaries,  travelling expenses,
rents, and miscellaneous          152,917.99
All other expenses—Advertising, office furniture and supplies, books and periodicals, postage, express, telegrams and telephones, printing and stationery, legal
fees, medical fees, and miscellaneous   46,149.68
3 F 34
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Loss on sale or exchange of bonds, $19,661.23, and real estate, $6,850.81
Balance 	
$26,512.04
542,290.47
$1,673,986.34
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 43.)
THE PROVIDENT ASSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Montreal, Que.
Directors.
Hon. P. R. du Tremblay. Henri Geoffrion.
Maxime Raymond. J. H. Rainville.
A. J. Major. J. H. Pigeon.
R. O. Sweezey. Alderic Raymond.
Z. Fontaine.
J. E. Rochon, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)   $367,212.53
Mortgages on real estate   30,558.19
Loans secured by bonds, stocks, etc  22,000.00
Bonds and debentures  (amortized book value)  470,050.95
Stocks (book value)     231,316.01
Cash on hand and in banks  29,048.27
Interest, dividends, and rents   10,799.48
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  170,213.57
Bills receivable   5,131.16
Amount clue from reinsurance on losses already paid   76,755.04
Furniture, fixtures, and plans  :  45,106.25
Loans on life policies   41,153.41
AVorkmen's Compensation Reinsurance Bureau   32,888.67
Excess of market over book value of bonds  4,984.80
Estimated additional, extra premiums on pay-roll audits   54,000.00
Other assets   33,379.50
$1,624,597.83
Deduct assets not admitted—
Deficiency of market under book value of stocks   $69,758.01
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds in deposit with
Workmen's Compensation Reinsurance Bureau   2,169.14
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1932 .... 49,860.64
Bills receivable   11,757.64
Plans, furniture, and fixtures   45,106.25
Reinsurers     31,209.73
Depreciation on real estate   1,037.83
$210,899.24
Less contingency reserve        28,953.85
        181,945.39
$1,442,652.44 ^^^^™
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 35
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims  $329,227.87
Provision for unreported and reopened claims   10,000.00
Reserve of unearned premiums carried out at 80 per cent, thereof  267.887.4S
Taxes due and accrued   2,300.00
Reinsurance   203,924.69
Contingency reserves   28,953.85
Reserve on life policies   175,905.00
Sundry creditors   22,201.11
Capital—
Authorized    ,  $2,000,000.00
Subscribed      1,000,000.00
Paid up          304,780.00
Surplus     97,472.44
$1,442,652.44
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned  (net)       $995,608.75
Losses and claims incurred (net)  $597,553.05
Adjustment expenses   (net)      44,708.45
Commissions     201,088.80
Taxes       27,514.43
Salaries, fees, and travelling expensess      138,563.74
Other expenses      90,976.75
     1,100,405.22
Underwriting loss       $104,796.47
Other revenue—
Interest and dividends      $37,913.72
Rents earned        1S,603.59
Bad debts previously written off          1,067.00
Profit on sale of bonds   335.17
Adjustment of bonds by amortization   895.15
 ■ 58,814.63
Other expenditure— $45,981.84
Loss on sale of bonds   $1,216.64
Decrease in market value of bonds   3,000.61
Decrease in market value of stocks   43.00
Decrease in market value of bonds in deposit with Workmen's
Compensation Reinsurance Bureau   2,169.14
 ■ 6,429.39
Net loss for the year         $52,411.23
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 47, 51, and 53.)
THE PROVIDENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Directors.
Robert J. Maclellan.
Alexander W Chambliss.
J. P. Haskins.
T. R. Preston.
S. L. Probasco.
AV. E. Brock.
P. J. Krusei.
W. C. Cartinhour.
John A. Chambliss.
J. AV. Kirksey.
S. E. Cartinhour, Secretary. F 36
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)  $1,000,457.20
Mortgage loans on real estate   1,535,019.35
Loans secured by bonds   11,071.93
Bonds (book value)   1,301,811.78
Stocks  (book value)  81,030.00
Cash on hand and in banks  230,482.65
Premiums (accident and health)   (gross)   414,9S3.81
Agents' balances  10,393.76
Interest due and accrued   50,543.92
Assets from Life Department   1,339,964.74-
Miscellaneous     50,581.90
$6,026,341.04
Deduct assets not admitted—
Furniture and fixtures   $32,513.97
Premiums in course of collection effective prior to October 1st, 1932    15,163.93
Bills receivable          5,231.07
Loans          730.68
Assets from Life Department      31,971.70
Other assets      28,513.81
        114,125.16
5,912,215.88
Liabilities.
Unpaid claims   $600,158.00
Reserve for unearned premiums   553,419.46
Commissions to agents  :  87,414.52
Salaries, rents, etc., due or accrued   2,532.11
Taxes   86,265.80
Investment fluctuation reserve   30,000.00
Contingent reserve   139,539.41
Interest paid in advance   25,990.04
Liabilities from Life Department   2,986,896.54
Capital paid up  800,000.00
Surplus    600,000.00
$5,912,215.88
Income.
Premium income  (net)  :  $3,691,521.94
Interest and rents   324,715.96
Income from Life Department   929,627.07
Profit on sale or maturity of bonds and stocks   619.34
Increase by adjustment in book value of bonds   10,609.86
Balance   142,847.63
$5,099,941.80
Disbursements.
Claims paid   $2,325,411.67
Investigation and adjustment of claims   159,791.51
Taxes, licences, and fees   91,754.80
Commissions  859,725.84
Head Office expenses—Salaries, travelling expenses, and rents   223,549.37 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932. F 37
Branch office expenses—Salaries, travelling, and inspections ...  $111,858.10
Miscellaneous expenses—Legal, advertising, printing and stationery, postage, telegraph, telephone, exchange and express, insurance, furniture and fixtures,
books, newspapers and periodicals, bureau and association dues and assessments, and general   81,196.29
Dividends to stockholders   34,000.00
Agents' balances charged off   10,354.70
Loss on sale of real estate and bonds  20,900.88
Decrease in book value of ledger assets  100,091.20
Disbursements from Life Department   991,791.23
Miscellaneous     89,516.21
$5,099,941.80
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 53.)
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.
Head Office—Toronto, Ont.
Governing Executive Authority.
Alex. Cowan. Judge Tytler.
Dr. J. Ferguson. J. P. MacGregor, K.C.
Rev. D. W. Christie. Adam Brand.
Col. D. M. Robertson. W. A. Murray.
Robert Lewis. Alex. C. Gordon.
Dr. Alex. Fraser.
D. M. Robertson, Secretary.
L. K. File, Actuary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Loans and liens on policies   $7,397.67
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  1,363,620.97
Cash on hand and in banks   57,687.15
Deposit with Quebec Government   5,000.00
Interest due and accrued  23,222.70
Collections reported, but not received by Head Office   6,882.80
Due for supplies   148.76
$1,463,960.05
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims   $8,373.50
Reserves—
Mortuary Fund   $1,159,664.00
Sickness Fund          30,623.00
Juvenile    657.00
     1,190,944.00
Balance         264,642.55
$1,463,960.05
Income.
Mortuary Fund   $173,676.78
Sickness Fund     4,428.09
Juvenile Fund   366.66 General Fund—
Supplies sold      $158.45
Interest          35.25
Transferred from Insurance Fund   33,611.87
        $33,805.57
$212,277.10
Disbursements.
Mortuary Fund        $112,471.84
Sickness Fund  [ 2,364.69
General Fund—
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, actuaries fees
and expenses, travelling expenses, rents, printing and supplies   13,316.63
Agency and organization expenses—Commissions, salaries, travelling expenses,
and miscellaneous   15,555.25
All other expenses—Advertising,  books and periodicals, legal fees,  medical
fees, taxes and licences, telephone, telegrams and express, light, fuel and
water, and miscellaneous   2,807.36
Balance   65,761.33
$212,277.10
Income  Returns for British Columbia.
Premiums and dues—
Mortuary Fund 	
Sickness Fund 	
Juvenile Fund 	
General Fund   	
Disbursements—
Mortuary Fund 	
Sickness Fund 	
General Fund   	
$5,117.46
77.52
3.00
764.68
$5,962.66
$540.00
38.57
1,462.79
$2,041.36
THE TORONTO GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Toronto, Ont.
Directors.
Lieut.-Colonel C. H. Ackerman.
J. T. Braund.
C. AV. Buchanan.
C. V. Cummings.
R. T. Evans.
W. P. Fess.
P. H. Horst.
R. Lawson.
M. A. MacKenzie, M.A.
Rt. Hon. A. Meighen, K.C, P.C.
G. Larratt Smith, K.C.
J. Fyfe Smith.
T. G. Breck.
T. G. Breck, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Mortgages on real estate	
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)	
$45,425.00
868,211.05 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932. F 39
Stocks (book value)  $7,017.10
Cash on hand and in banks —-  91,680.62
Interest due and accrued   8,759.67
Premiums in course of collection   122,135.74
Amount due from reinsurance on losses already paid   120.43
Amounts due from other insurance companies   5,828.89
Amounts due from unlicensed reinsurance companies   30,202.33
$1,179,380.83
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1932  $32,388.29
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures
in default        6,570.50
Deficiency of market under book value of stock   17.10
Agents' balances unconfirmed          221.58
Reinsurance Dr. balances   18.24
Reserve for Northwestern Mutual        1,000.00
Plan 1, premium receivable   183.64
  40,399.35
$1,138,981.48
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims   $202,032.85
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.)  260,872.60
Reserve for unpaid losses under unlicensed reinsurance   30,205.66
Expenses due and accrued   8,336.76
Taxes   14,196.87
Reinsurance premiums   9,959.42
Return premiums   1,155.70
Contingent reserve  10,000.00
Liability re AVorkmen's Compensation insurance, Quebec  '.  8,996.81
Capital—■
Authorized    $600,000.00
Paid up  :  284,391.00
Surplus    308,833.81
$1,138,981.48
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned  (net)        $622,615.07
Losses and claims incurred  (net)  $298,725.25
Adjustment expenses       48,262.85
Commissions        138,074.85
Taxes         18,508.17
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses     112,081.63
All other expenses       50,047.99
 665,700.74
Underwriting loss          $43,085.67
Other revenue—
Interest     $47,592.80
Premium on United States funds         2,601.34
  50,194.14 F 40
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Other expenditure—
Bad debts written off        $1,204.04
Loss on sale of securities and real estate         2,631.79
Decrease in market value of investments to amortized values and
revaluation of bonds in default       12,256.65
 —       $16,092.48
Net profit for the year   $8,984.01
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 48, 51, 53, 55, 56, 57, 59, 61, 62, and 64.)
UNITED PACIFIC CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Seattle, AATash.
Directors.
J. C. Bowles. Charles T. Hutson.
R. M. Drumheller. AVm. P. Matthaei.
Ben B. Ehrlichman. J. AV. Reynolds.
R. I. Ehrlichman. E. B. Sherwin.
Thomas G. Hammond. W. H. White.
F. AV. Hurlbut. F. A. Wing.
Charles T. Hutson Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1932.
Assets.
Mortgages on real estate   $8,300.00
Bonds  (book value)     908,304.26
Stocks  (book value)    73,713.10
Cash on hand and in banks  138,922.23
Premiums in course of collection   185,741.52
Bills receivable  „  8,956.71
Interest clue and accrued   7,427.51
Other assets   7,379.41
Deduct assets not admitted— $1,338,744.74
Premiums in course of collection effective prior to October 1st, 1932 $14,303.41
Bills receivable        8,956.71
Miscellaneous accounts receivable   753.23
Book value of bonds and stocks over market value      25,809.54
  49,822.89
$1,288,921.85
Liabilities. —
Unpaid claims (net)         $53,877.69
Reserve of unearned premiums         331,499.95
Reserve for unpaid liability losses  •:        194,949.25
Investigation and adjustment of unpaid claims   7,285.79
Commissions     36.870.5S
Taxes   11,282.41
Miscellaneous    .'  6,587.84
Contingent reserve   46,568.34
Capital authorized and paid up         400,000.00
Surplus          200,000.00
$1,288,921.85 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 41
Income.
Premiums  (net)    $881,855.67
Interest and rents   51,402.65
Agents' balances   299.45
Profit on sale or maturity of bonds and stocks  2,621.92
Accumulation of bond discount   1,022.39
Miscellaneous     261.52
$937,463.60
Disbursements.
Claims paid  (net)    $452,394.06
Investigation and adjustment, of claims   82,577.49
Policy fees retained by agents   935.00
Commissions or brokerage  164,869.45
Salaries and all other compensation of officers, directors, trustees, and Home Office
employees   83,018.56
All other expenses—Salaries, travelling, medical examiners' fees and salaries,
inspections, rents, General Office maintenance and expenses, taxes, licences
and fees, legal expenses, advertising, printing and stationery, postage, telegraph, telephone, exchange and express, insurance, furniture and fixtures,
books, newspapers and periodicals, bureau and association dues and assessments, and miscellaneous   95,367.13
Investment expenses   5,638.09
Dividends to stockholders   4,000.00
Agents' balances charged off   11,967.96
Loss on sale or maturity of bonds and stocks   14,006.86
Miscellaneous     4,336.16
Balance   18,352.84
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 51, 53, 57, and 61.)
$937,463.60
AVESTERN EMPIRE LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—AVinnipeg, Man.
Directors.
R. AV. Craig. C. Rice-Jones.
H. M. Dyer. W. Harvey.
Dr. A. M. Campbell. AV. Hudson.
Dr. A. J. Fraser.
F. C. O'Brien, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st. 1932.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)   $71,022.68
Mortgage loans on real estate  1,045,497.07
Loans and advances to policyholders   470,009.63
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  219,903.90
Cash on hand and in banks   5,550.59
Interest due and accrued   139,081.51
Premiums due and uncollected   72,343.71
$2,023,409.09 F 42
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Liabilities.
Liability under assurance and other contracts (net)  $1,400,316.00
Payments due under contracts (net)  6,000.00
Amounts left with Company   15,247.82
Premiums paid in advance   3,834.27
Unpaid dividends  204.78
Taxes due and accrued   7,500.00
Unclaimed dividends   110.00
Medical examiners' fees due and accrued  101.15
Commissions     348.16
Borrowed money     249,000.00
Other liabilities  956.63
Capital—
Authorized  $1,000,000.00
Subscribed          881,000.00
Paid up   218,153.09
Undivided surplus   31,637.19
Contingent reserve   90,000.00
$2,023,409.09
Income.
Premiums  (net)    $258,212.12
Supplementary contracts   11,659.00
Interest and dividends   79,991.60
Other income   114.66
Balance   2,209.57
$352,186.95
Disbursements.
Disbursements under assurance and annuity contracts   $192,681.03
Payments on supplementary contracts  500.00
Reduction in premiums resulting from application of dividends   93.61
Interest or dividends to shareholders  8,762.00
Taxes, licences, and fees   10,483.66
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, travelling expenses,
rents, and miscellaneous   47,061.25
Branch office and agency expenses—Commissions,  salaries,  travelling expenses,
rents, and miscellaneous  67,746.73
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   24,858.67
$352,186.95
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 43.) REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OP INSURANCE, 1932.
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8,800 00
276,696 99
32,730 00
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184,715 88
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19,052 00
72,840 09
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81,289 84
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Nil.
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64,751 00
371,163 74
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63,730 15
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34,670 00
98,172 39
8,484 94
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99,975 77
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6,500 00
180,384 00
39,140 00
8,000 00
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. 187,723 00
6,000 00
13,052 00
89,640 00
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139,701 00
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Nil.
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72,761 00
279.417 00
7,000 00
81,078 00
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.500 00
132,411 00
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174,744 00
96,871 00
8,963 00
104,598 00
8,650 00
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407,559 00
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80,170 00
13,440 00
26,650 00
272,552 00
178,026 00
3,500 00
23,000 00
5,000 00
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25,00 0 00
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529,500 00
17,317,850 00
2,659,197 00
186,593 00
228,256 00
24,031 00
20,000,006 00
484,500 00
2,426,058 00
10,807,332 00
233,000 00
10,131,781 00
61,000 00
294,745 00
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246,348 00
5,311,399 00
41,292,709 00
1,719,451 00
14,920,133 00
242,000 00
990,758 00
12,332,604 00
262,228 00
2,459,445 00
15,317,347 00
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20,709,243 00
2,274,944 00
12,264,515 00
1,145,408 00
142,000 00
39,712,887 00
275,000 00
3,734,824 00
969,108 69
1,878,401 00
10,084,078 00
18,707,126 00
' 134,000 00
2,608,562 00
110,500 00
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6,145
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1,368
3,577
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19,412
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4,100
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22,917
117,364
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6,042
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16,854
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1,566
801
860
7,404
8,670
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1,744
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$340,667 00
88,160 00
1,051,813 00
183,000 00
11,293 00
30,761 00
1,000 00
2,103,507 00
59,000 00
205,995 00
2,256,170 00
25,500 00
1,177,281 00
63,000 00
26,910 00
Nil.
18,500 00
1,321,234 00
6,789,765 00
550,751 00
1,110,744 00
3,000 00
85,340 00
1,763,310 00
49,336 00
328,600 00
2,011,107 00
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6,402,777 00
4,969,086 00
497,684 00
1,901,806 00
156,344 00
62,000 00
4,671,208 00
8,000 00
74,645 00
185,149 00
219,432 00
683,872 00
3,004,994 00
17,000 00
278,977 00
5,000 00
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54,257 00
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163,021 18
1,342,715 67
14,084 23
499,800 47
3,680 93
27,704 01
355,004 19
9,185 41
31,579 63
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946,920 30
1,135,853 39
23,860 89
290,418 71
30,055 07
1,609 66
1,390,794 49
2,720 01
115,991 98
28,989 37
66,885 64
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P 45
TABLE II.—LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
1928.
1929.
1930.
1931.
1932.
Premiums for year...
Net amount in force.
Claims paid	
$12,232,000
372,689,000
2,465,000
$13,545,000
411,056,000
3,004,000
$14,282,000
438,702,000
3,292,000
$14,835,000
446,384,000
3,126,000
$14,005,000
427,879,000
3,854,000
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932.
Name of Company.
Net
Premiums
"written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Acadia Fire Insurance Co	
Aetna Insurance Co	
Agricultural Insurance Co	
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd	
Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia	
American Alliance Insurance Co	
American Central Insurance Co	
American Colony Insurance Co	
American Equitable Assurance Co. of N.¥	
American Home Fire Assurance Co	
American Insurance Co	
Anglo Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd	
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd	
Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford	
Baloise Fire Insurance Co	
Bankers' & Traders' Insurance Co., Ltd	
Beaver Fire Insurance Co	
Boston Insurance Co	
British America Assurance Co	
British & European Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Colonial Fire Insurance Co	
British Crown Assurance Corporation, Ltd....
British Empire Assurance Co	
British General Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Law Insurance Co., Ltd	
British North Western Fire Insurance Co	
British Oak Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd	
Caledonian American Insurance Co .'	
Caledonian Insurance Co	
California Insurance Co	
Camden Fire Insurance Co	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada National Fire Insurance Co	
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian Wire Insurance Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co	
Canadian Indemnity Co	
Canadian  Surety Co	
Car and General Insurance Corporation, Ltd..
Casualty Co. of Canada	
Central Insurance Co., Ltd	
Central Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co..
Central Union Insurance Co	
Century Insurance Co., Ltd	
Chicago Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Citizens Insurance Co. of Jersey City	
"City of New York Insurance Co	
Columbia Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
Commercial Union Fire Insurance Co. of N.Y
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co....
Continental Insurance Co	
Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd	
County Fire Insurance Co	
Dominion Fire Insurance Co	
Carried forward	
$30,264.37
40,667.74
8,677.82
45,448.68
19,461.59
7,435.22
4,217.89
2,677.15
5,150.14
6,044.61
25,080.32
59.104.7S
Nil
6,492.30
30,835.61
2,892.60
5,463.81
34,250.27
3,368.941
12,575.77 j
13,774.66|
33.353.07
26,691.56
13,555.061
19,949.42
17,028.15
11,059.81
22,353.85
14,325.40
48,910.99
12,121.59
1,977.83
17,159.27
12.489.23
35,506.08
17,517.33
13,839.57
4,534.97
12,976.67
3,580.25
10,236.16
6,192.67
2,565.81|
28,288.55|
 I
2.223.51|
10,679.35|
 I
10,088.12]
60,829.591
7,426.04
20,108.74
4,516.54
25,868.14
51,933.74
930.02
34.645.22
$15,790.49
11,144,76
4,S10.08
17,570.23
4,673.96
5,670.21
7,960.38
34.99
2,136.97
7,064.89
9,286.59
23,475.06
Nil
6,651.32
17,194.19
123.26
6,607.63
11,676.57
1.670.91]
6,926.41
4,525.98)
24,615.58 j
16,626.46|
6,848.02|
4,220.95
8,995.52
6,779.58
6,430.43
5,207.08
17,508.36
4,337.70
2,904.44
7,131.48
5,150.08
7,425.39
4,941.90
2,713.08
276.03
6,920.48
1,232.40
4,744.16
978.40
594.81
7,252.21
-I
631.25
6,272.44
5,262.68|
22.888.6lj
6,439.48|
7,131.431
4,187.88|
33,744.191
14,237.37|
432.05|
17,573.77|
$33,192.62
42,119.38
9,318.79
46,501.65
31,660.26
9,625.23
6,920.91
1,192.67
7,112.54
7,973.32
29,927.98
62,149.21
Nil
6,133.72
36,095.37
2,775.47
1.804.79
34,030.00
3,686.81
11,750.86
13,974.04
27,122.54
25,230.65
14.317.74
21,180.16
18.843.50
11,974.74
25,358.91
16,908.68
49.018.51
14,149.48
3,048.58
16,525.11
12,575.79
30.926.00
19,017.97
11.386.42
3,892.10
12,404.00
3,815.57
14,152.55
5,091.32
2,356.00
30,998.83
1,954.21
10,253.51
11,209.79
63,586.20
8,040.75
25,239.37
1,352.34
27.049.31
47,740.24
1,045.36
33,283.50
$14,950.40
13,516.18
2,940.80
15,664.13
3,683.96
5,985.21
5,417.38
—26.01
2,595.33
4,946.89
8,728.69
16,519.06
Nil
0,629.01
14,719.19
128.16
5,442.97
11,663.57
1,735.03
968.41
2,226.92
23,046.49
16,905.46
5,105.21
3,583.21
7,147.86
2,330.25
7,841.43
5,206.25
17,523.44
3,515.70
2,593.44
5,524.32
5,832.08
7.425.39
2,302.66
4,985.08
1,119.55
4,805.48
1.232.40
5,084.52
11,562.92
680.81
6,557.14
631.25
6,157.70
4,982.09
16,706.45
4,580.79
7,376.43
4,186.11
30,738.59
11,951.37
697.05
20.024.30
)79,346.57|     $437,630.57   $1,019,061.41
$398,404.51 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932— Continued.
Name of Company.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co	
Eagle Star & British Dominions Insur. Co., Ltd...
Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd.
Ensign Insurance Co	
Equitable Eire & Marine Insurance Co	
Essex & Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society, Ltd.
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	
fFirst National Insurance Co. of America	
Fonciere Fire Insurance Co	
$Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of Philadelphia	
Fulton Fire Insurance Co	
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 & Rutgers B"ire Insurance Co	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
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	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Home Fire and Marine Insurance Co -.	
Home Insurance Co	
§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	
Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania	
Law, Union & Eock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Legal and 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 Corporation	
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	
Mechanics & Traders Insurance Co	
Mercantile Fire Insurance Co	
Merchants and 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..
Carried forward	
$979,346.57
12,219.77
'43,398.67
36,789.50
13,021.96
8,873.98
7,700.47
36,396.70
6,113.94
38,834.10
40,188.24
17,475.18
5,804.91
10,980.96|
 I
-I
12,067.88
9,194.09
9,596.28
73,574.81
565.20
5,748.99
31,637.S2
12,795.19
41,407.45
95,642.44
18,173.28
10,149.97
13,301.24
5,452.25
23,137.96
55,757.71
13,784.SI
95,011.58
14,722.21
20,176.25
1,831.82|
23,403.79
6,379.45
46,215.841
9,664.23|
26,165.34|
28.104.68J
122,331.711
20,472.311
5.823.841
25,787.361
6.739.88J
108,016.14|
5,085.97|
12.930.74J
57,871.111
10,900.60
20,176.25
6,485.06
12.737.21
9,920.05
NU
5,753.641
8,776.081
14,710.831
33.092.031
50.134.291
15.448.441
5.698.921
6.882.061
27,124.65|
9,504.60
$437,630.57
6,036.47
19,783.59
15,831.71
3,854.49
5,212.94
2,145.40
42,578.02
7,442.61
14,626.03
15,201.26
16,314.70
7,532.42
13,264.05
9,943.94
14,130.63
1,829.15
19,916.77
Nil
2,707.98
31,754.13
5,930.19
29,382.03
35,412.57
4,810.24
3,935.42
9,735.13
6,188.51
13,342.38
49,456.24
5.339.74
86,536.22
7,127.79
10,524.93
3,391.57
19.783.34
1,262.84
15.549.77
4,370.33
14,687.60
9.523.63
51,779.57
9,488.32
2.646.59
3.061.09
3,624.66
50.440.71
1.239.74|
1,090.78|
29,849.61[
5.704.931
10.522.77|
6.292.66|
5,339.98|
1,183.29|
Nil |
1.486.35J
6,001.09|
10,726.22|
15,585.361
26.953.401
4.727.84[
3,621.96|
7,542.901
19,225.181
2,086.261
$1,019,061.41
11,233.25
46,259.S5
35,784.54
12,028.57
9,314.09
9,302.52
38,579.43
9,136.75
38,757.10
38,168.19
20,244.22
7,475.03
-I
14,616.80
13,174.68
9,937.14
10,259.69
57,619.49
780.30
7,210.86
39,370.39
20,596.93
29,135.92
100,929.41
18,121.26
7,139.73
17,665.10
9,361.42
23,384.70
64,623.36
11.557.49
111,988.13
15,228.62
19,767.70
4,456.88
24,916.74
3,891.47
52,318.49
11,313.93
31,122.67
23,382.88
118.715.82
24,5,84.49
8.294.83
12,194.84|
6,872.721
121.196.841
4,761.97)
12,390.221
61,401.86|
12,014.44|
46,363.46
5.067.07
13,934.43
9.653.01
Nil
7,514.76[
10,222.251
18.562.981
28,877.531
51,711.591
16.613.231
4,820.611
10,046.591
21.954.351
8,747.30J
$398,404.51
6,037.07
21,827.65
15,965.71
5,56S.32
5,550.94
2,146.40
42,546.92
6,524.61
14,019.03
13,540.91
15,940.73
—467.58
9^011.05
6,183.29
5,611.09
1,798.15
54,419.42
3,373.56
1,818.98
18.S47.91
5,909.04
25,644.03
31,612.10
4,780.54
—354.68
9,645.13
6,597.99
24,817.06
41,750.27
5,339.74
78,775.22
 8,453.79
9,964.85
3,386.57
18,658.34
12,050.51
15.696.77
3,568.45
8.043.60
9.500.63
59,406.23
9,799.59
2,185.59
7,761.09
2.204.66
50.038.71
1.189.74
1,096.78
29,609.91
4.218.60
9,962.91
16,958.30
6,140.98
12,618.29
Nil
1.436.46
7,639.09
9,683.22
17.981.39
29.948.40
4,727.84
1,657.80
6,851.90
19,349.78
9,278.54
1,563,277.28 $1,304,248.59 $2,685,734.321 $1,295,076.68
I REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 47
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932—Continued.
Name of Company.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward	
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
Motor Union Insurance Co., Ltd	
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia..
National Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co	
Nationale Fire Insurance Co. of Paris	
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford	
**National Liberty Insurance Co. of America	
National Liverpool Insurance Co	
National Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd	
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.l	
Northern Assurance Co.,  Ltd	
North River Insurance Co	
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 American Fire 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 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	
Retail Hardware Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Rhode Island Insurance Co	
Royal Exchange Assurance	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd	
Royal Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance 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	
Sentinel Fire Insurance Co	
Southern Insurance Co., Ltd -	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
State Assurance Co., Ltd	
Stuyvesant Insurance Co	
Sun Insurance Office	
Sussex Fire Insurance Co	
Svea Fire & Life Insurance Co., Ltd	
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Carried forward	
563,277.28   $1,304,248.59
13,342.38
4,909.05
35,379.45
13,826.19
12,095.50
43,566.92
10,236.16
18,253.29
13,278.81
9,201.38
4,744.16
3,649.76
10,754.22
4,455.02
4,312.20
15,0.64.46
765.54
6,588.33
28,990.63
10,522.77
24,004.80
6,845.80
41,915.19
10,179.16
4,053.72
50,265.51
12,779.07
17,847.65
19,985.67
8,297.85
10,255.52
14,146.74
13,336.44
412.40
3,830.69
2,085.34
Nil
89.68S.89
13,426.58
4,452.61
9,967.46
26,061.05
9,491.00
8.25
23,982.51
34,680.69
14,202.38
19,603.50
8,966.58
1,675.40
4,233.36
13,342.38
6.75
12,868.38
58,958.99
5,958.70
8,860.80
8,746.11
13,311.34
28,018.03
6,133.28
3,880.55
1,885.73
2,484.81
66.000.42
1.181.85|
8,706.591
28.229.90]
10,209.34|
6,450.96
Nil
$2,685,734.32
23,384.70
6,846.87
40,384.15
21,291.20
31,056.37
35,670.89
9,724.34
20,620.11
14,812.61
9,966.20
7,777.48
28,097.11
1,904.58
19,310.75
59,983.16
24,816.26
41,858.68
6,387.22
115,066.66
16,640.97
10,208.10
82,871.64
22,886.11
25,913.91
32,527.96
27,683.60
20,196.16
22,594.52
13,184.01
6,714.58
3,393.32
6,829.27
1,266.84
229,006.85
26,096.59
6,845.39
14,396.05
31,856.46
S,773.87
685.27
34.823.21
32,036.62
24,338.97
48,075.25
11,599.70
10,194.79
7,401.27
23,384.70
1,676.80
43,921.08
163,238.39
10,521.85
17,786.41
13,069.25
18.165.98
43,361.61
20,496.65
9,676.85
1,340.11
4.635.87
54,136.97
20,190.68
21.685.31
70,417.35
7,115.01
7.011.58
Nil
$1,295,076.68
24,817.06
4,957.05
33,609.60
18,310.52
7,509.50
39,462.19
"'5,137.02
5,060.76
7,745.22
5,282.02
" 3,981.50
14,259.46
352.03
6.547.36
26,982.30
9,962.69
16,378.80
8,952.80
239,988.18
11.045.77
4,177.60
45,230.51
10,591.07
15,522.05
18,535.43
7,750.49
10,346.52
9,353.74
509.61
491.40
14,512.01
2,010.34
Nil
79,553.54
15,587.58
5.288.61
7,040.49
33.929.15
9,475.66
8.25
24,782.51
27,579.69
13,782.38
23.240.50
13,214.77
1,371.40
4,527.36
24,817.06
13.08
12,363.38
74,572.99
6,488.70
6,630.22
4,172.26
11,691.34
29,406.69
4,952.28
3,326.55
1.467.73
2.487.81
64.359.42
1.232.85
6,900.59
29,915.97
9,736.34
6.705.96
Nil
$4,264,334.83   $2,303,132.79   $4,535,503.39
$2,485,072.99 F 48
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932— Continued.
Name of Company.
Net.
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net.
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forwari
Toronto General Insurance Co	
Trans Canada Insurance Co	
Travelers Fire Insurance Co	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Fire Insurance Co. of Paris	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd...
United British Insurance Co., Ltd	
United Firemen's Insurance Co	
United Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Universal Insurance Co	
Virginia Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co	
Westchester Fire Insurance Co	
Western Assurance Co	
tiWestminster Fire Office	
World Fire and Marine Insurance Co	
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd..
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
$4,264,334.83
12,097.36
16,017.63
35,636.06
30,252.68
12,011.74
36,163.87
57.85
5,614.89
10,088.12
5,720.70
33,574.30
1,997.83
:,303,132.79) $4,535,503.39
47,222.84
3,311.30
22,671.00
6,136.13
11,867.22
24,982.63
Totals..
$4,579,758.98
9,794.76
6,517.58
39,518.28
13,056.83
12,860.89
6,336.83
Nil
136.69
5,261.38
4,880.71
17,307.03
721.74
44,774.55
7,342.00
10,430.62
3,401.91
3,496.38
14,831.12
$2,503,802.09
13,020.92
19,267.78
29,485.52
33,027.30
13,455.99
37,379.83
—9.67
6,254.81
6,669.66
5,887.43
38,432.92
7,618.43
45,385.36
10,840.65
24,568.65
7,878.88
13,138.95
27,443.89
$2,485,072.99
8,157.37
6,103.58
37,629.77
7,571.33
11,879.89
4,588.83
mi
136.69
4,971.35
6,473.46
11,291.03
705.06
59,213.85
5,051.40
11,100.62
'" 7,431.91
3,227.38
10,238.12
$4,875,260.36
$2,680,844.63
Totals for 1931..
$5.316.372.731 $2,563,371.021 $5.606,570.781 $2.033,460.63
$9,202.48
30,348.81
5,713.87
1,952.18
259.75
11,231.84
9,513.46
$11,377.49
16,140.02
2,668.63
2S0.71
184.45
29,824.85
6,041.88
fFirst National Insurance Co. of America (gross).
JFranklin Fire Insur. Co. of Philadelphia (gross)—.
**National Liberty Insur. Co. of America (gross)
i^Westminster Fire Office (gross)	
Reciprocal Exchanges.
Net Premium
Deposits
written.
Net Premium
Deposits
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Losses
paid.
Affiliated Underwriters 	
Canners  Exchange  Subscribers at Warner  Inter
Insurance Bureau 	
Equitable Fire Underwriters	
Individual Underwriters	
Inter Insurers Exchange	
Lumbermen's Underwriting Alliance	
Manufacturing Lumbermen's Underwriters	
New York Reciprocal Exchange	
Underwriters Exchange	
Warner Reciprocal Insurers	
Totals	
$1,054.61
3,509.93
201.98
4,677.50
272.03
17,497.00
13,463.34
5,538.54
2,796.54
607.40
$885.42
3,570.22
2,916.73
641.27
18,080.53
13,837.37
4,891.56
2,268.18
588.93
$11.84
mi
Nil
11.32
1,218.64
58,348.12
24,260.89
32.08
1,059.90
Nil
$11.84
NU
NU
11.32
1,218.64
50,848.12
16,760.89
32.08
1,059.90
Nil
$50,218.87)       $47,680.21|       $84,942.89[       $69,942.79
I I I REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 49
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.
1928	
$6,032,585.21
6,131,977.59
5,904,594.35
5,316,372.73
4,579,758.98
$2,090,357.38
.   3,143,631.58
3,671,727.23
2,563,371.02
2,503,802.09
$5,802,250.12
5,957,509.40
5,920,805.74
5,606,576.78
4,875,260.36
$2,162,247.93
3,231,816.37
3,724,737.51
2,633,460.63
2,680,844.63
37.26
1929	
1030	
1931	
54.02
62.00
46.92
1932	
54.97
$27,965,288.86
$13,972,889.30
$28,152,402.40
$14,433,107.07
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND  LOSSES  IN 1932.
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	
American Insurance Co	
Anglo Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd	
British America Assurance Co	
British & European Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Colonial Fire 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 Assn	
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 CorporatJon	
Casualty Co. of Canada	
Central Insurance Co., Ltd	
Central Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co
Century Indemnity Co	
Century Insurance Co., Ltd	
China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Columbia Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
Connecticut Eire Insurance Go	
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-
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of N.Y	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Co	
Eire Association of Philadelphia	
Fireman's Fund Indemnity Co	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co	
Firemen's Insurance Co	
Carried forward	
Nil
$1,978.71
Nil
7,779.52
59.89
Nil
30,701.13
37,179.83
Nil
NU
Nil
5,330.65
28,006.48
Nil
6,472.65
27.265.66
10,879.55
3,415.31
23,001.57
4,406.13
12,372.21
1,264.58|
239.0,3
10,149.67
7,571.89
11,557.82
22,988.71
26,878.48
11,574.30
7,130.74
4,580.31
767.35
5,644.27
4,515.46
5,334.64
NU
Nil
7,689.44
—806.11
22,523.31
9,158.61
NU
12,852.89
76.48
10,078.60
25,811.45
41,065.06
Nil
NU
2,322.09
Nil
8,279.861
240.76[
Nil |
NU
$524.67
NU
2,618.11
Nil
NU
15,054.43
33,448.75
NU
Nil
Nil
1,720.36
11,651.65
Nil
902.44
2,566.04
2,354.90
940.17
19,879.47
3,668.57
3,654.32
30.75
Nil
7,778.76
1,563.60
3,723.42
22,845.13
20,082.08
7,148.88
1,405.84
2,101.16
276.44
1,503.79
515.40
1,776.36
mi
Nil
11,649.83
NU
12,891.69
742.17
NU
5,298.46
31.38
3,809.35
25,510.80
22,630.34
Nil
Nil
501.33
Nil
12.50
1,350.26
96.10
Nil
Nil
$2,439.42
Nil
10,759.52
40.96
Nil
33,583.75
36,235.10
NU
NU
Nil
4,119.52
30,618.27
Nil
6,534.83
22,155.15
12,088.84
3,371.02
25,051.43
4,877.79
13,066.90
75S.75
142.92
12,354.08
7,560.80
12,818.07
26,016.91
31,203.96
13,214.46
7,903.46
4,890.58
788.01
6,523.82
4,969.41
5,080.84
Nil
Nil
9,672.S5
—806.11
24,984.56
6,920.58
Nil
12,150.09
60.71
11,437.98
29,570.78
40,163.15
Nil
Nil
2,803.41
Nil
—4.36
10,691.84
479.78
Nil
Nil
$637.17
Nil
2,353.11
NU
Nil
10,985.93
27,025.75
Nil
NU
Nil
2,410.36
4,646.65
Nil
1,194.44
2,970.92
3,504.90
1,900.17
15,502.72
4,147.58
3,424.32
85.75
Nil
4,160.76
1,258.60
2,579.32
17,954.13
16,659.49
3,261.78
1,170.84
1,941.66
386.44
1,328.79
405.40
2,416.36
Nil
Nil
10,681.93
NU
15,239.51
2,464.27
Nil
3,709.96
32.38
3,293.30
24,676.60
34,141.34
Nil
Nil
916.33
Nil
12.50
1,380.26
81.10
NU
$459,205.09
$254,205.70
$488,104.30
$230,948.82 F 50
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932— Continued.
Name of Company.
Net
Premiums
■written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward	
First National Insurance Co. of America	
'Franklin Fire Insurance Co	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assur. Corp., Ltd....
General Casualty Co. of America	
General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris, France.
General Exchange Insurance Corporation	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Glens Palls Insurance Co	
Globe & Rutgers Eire 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	
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Home Assurance Co. of Canada	
Home Fire and Marine Insurance Co	
The Home Indemnity Co	
Home Insurance Co	
tHomestead Fire Insurance Co	
tHudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Guarantee & Accid. Insur. Co. of Canada
Imperial Insurance Office	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co	
Legal and General Insurance Society, Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co	
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co	
London & Provincial Marine & General Ins. Co.-
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation	
London Assurance Corporation	
London-Canada Insurance Co	
London Guarantee & Accident Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co	
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
Maryland Casualty Co	
Mechanics & Traders Insurance Co	
Merchants Casualty Insurance Co	
Merchants Marine Insurance Co	
Mercury Insurance Co	
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co. of N.Y	
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Motor Union Insurance Co	
National Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co	
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford	
§ National Liberty Insurance Co	
National Union Fire Insurance Co	
National Union Indemnity Co	
Newark Fire Insurance Co	
New Jersey Insurance Co	
**New York Indemnity Co	
New York Underwriters Insurance Co	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd...
Northorn Assurance Co.,  Ltd	
Northwest Casualty Co	
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association	
Northwestern National Insurance Co	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co	
Carried forward	
$459,205.09
652.31
22,095.54
3,095.74
32,649.33
2,707.80
12,802.93
15,185.50
7,169.39
10,087.05
1,355.56
3,233.84
2,460.22
48,S25.61
4,74S.55J
2,573.01
7.73
9,324.85
2,092.36
224.65[
2,716.58
433.31
4,266.33
3,409.28
7,722.04
545.80
339.84
158.68|
7,274.37|
11,166.60|
26,856.68
4,537.96|
42,104.011
3,490.20|
6,643.271
986.95|
0,174.29
14,386.24
38,573.57
59,886.85
Nil
2,180.09
2,209.87
Nil
2.64
546.01
134.42
25,200.87
7.73
19,957.29
718.37
Nil
979.07
—27.98
1,061.44
3,317.51
Nil
Nil
6,013.08
12,435.56
18,294.86
35,733.80
1,976.53
16,753.03
6,087.68|
$254,265.70
758.53
11,413.14
475.33
14,984.35
295.01
5,083.68
3,665.41
700.61
6,250.39
244.90
2,520.00
564.73
21.787.72
5,758.66
9.031.43
3,156.96
4,063.84
78.80
1,589.74
152.32
4,505.30
1,462.13
11,579.40
2.50
4,496.77
1.585.9.9
7.846.81
939.82
18,667.73
109.09
2,209.19
87.70
4,718.03
8,083.01
20,445.23
38,134.84
NU
881.02
1,714.01
Nil
Nil
5G.57J
Nil
23,638.18
4,459.58
293.17
NU
5.933.83
NU
161.27
1,357.03
NU
Nil
3,669.81
6,615.35
12,318.20
14,928.77
454.97
2.613.70
3,077.41
$488,104.30
2,137.63
25,630.81
2,789.45
23,788.54
2,445.80
14,581.06
13,814.98
3,723.06
12,469.20
1,147.75
1,885.78
1,480.32
50,965.73
5,830.49
3,459.OS
8.27
10,538.90
2,648.76
90.38
3,330.53
259.99
4,146.75
3,240.30
8,095.92
382.95
326.76
98.30
7,118.08
9,759.27
27,668.99
4,468.11
46,229.69
3,774.75
6,383.58
912.73
5,134.66
15,167.00
44,549.32
66,128.19
Nil
2.321.12
1,456.08
NU
2.64
777.11
141.97
25,464.19
8 27
21,923^70
756.07
NU
954.08
513.78
1,141.84
3,606.34
NU
Nil
6,599.50
13,009.12
19,192.47
38.502.57
2,214.85
17,853.54
7,483.19
$230,948.82
572.53
9,954.14
475.33
9,708.35
245.01
4,887.68
3,343.06
1,218.61
4,977.39
654.90
12,158.00
363.73
20,850.72
5,098.66
8,776.43
4,346.96
4.07S.34
78.80
1,625.74
152.32
4,301.30
682.13
12,379.40
7.50
4,626.77
4,805.99
6,956.81
1,824.82
4,201.73
44.09
5,584.19
337.70
4,743.03
6,681.06
24,515.23
39,985.49
NU
743.17
1,239.01
Nil
Nil
56.57
Nil
15,154.23
5,414.58
238.17
Nil
—636.17
NU
11.27
1,909.03
'"mi
Nil
754.81
2,070.35
12,338.74
14,481.87
244.97
2,933.70
—1,802.59
$1,035,780.36|     $553,947.66[ $1,08S,69S.59|     $503,789.23 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 51
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932—Continued.
Name of Company.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd	
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co	
Palatine Insurance Co	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd	
Phoenix Insurance Co.  of Hartford	
Portage la Prairie Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Preferred Accident Insurance Co :
Providence Washington Insurance Co	
Provident Assurance Co	
Provincial Insurance Co	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd	
Queen Insurance Co	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co	
Retail Hardware Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Royal Exchange Assurance	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
St. Paul Mercury Indemnity Co. of St. Paul	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co	
Scottisli Union & National Insurance Co	
Security Insurance Co. of New Haven	
Sentinel Fire Insurance Co	
Southern Insurance Co., Ltd	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Stuyvesant Insurance Co	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co	
Trans Canada Insurance Co	
Travelers Fire Insurance Co	
Travelers Indemnity Co	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co	
ttUnion Indemnity Co	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
Union Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
United British Insurance Co., Ltd	
United Pacific Casualty Insurance Co	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Virginia Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co	
Western Assurance Co	
it Westminster Fire Office	
World Eire and Marine Insurance Co	
World Marine & General Insurance Co	
Yorkshire Insurance Co	
Zurich General Accident and Liability Ins. Co	
 Totals	
 Totals for 1931	
•Franklin Fire Insurance Co	
fHomestead Fire Insurance Co	
§National Liberty Insurance Co	
"New York Indemnity Co	
(Reinsured by Union Indemnity Co.)
f fUnion Indemnity Co	
(Reinsured by Continental Casualty Co.)
ft Westminster Fire Office	
(Reinsured by Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd.)
tHudson Bay Insurance Co. (gross premiums and
losses, respectively)	
Note.—These figures are included in the foregoing return.
$1,035,780.36
35,528.72
5,844.89
5,280.24
7,250.79
79,274.90
Nil
93,312.59
1,796.33
12.24
485.39
51,156.04
2,231.93
21,621.35
17,490.17
7.73
18,479.14
96,657.59
13,913.00
2,145.12
4,824.50
11,873.24
Nil
Nil
1,779.51
Nil
10.46
12,632.88
13,872.40
25,447.05
1,415.62
9,682.47
5,819.68
1,293.07
10,133.27
NU
4,308.31
3.7S0.59
—1.9S0.43
Nil
NU
6,463.35
6,753.28
—2.43
6,220.15
10,483.61
63,210.40
$1,68S,362.42
$1,969,252.06
?553,947.66
23,788.54
701.46
2,601.36
7,315.06
62,976.41
NU
36,850.62
951.44
29.55
118.13
23,985.84
2,345.52
8,372.39
3,669.81]
6,598.18
64,347.43
10,674.26
12.152.86
7.308.44
6,360.14
NU
Nil
550.48
Nil
3,018.09
5,298.63
12,161.83
17,979.34
776.53
15,184.16
4,OSS.35
214.15
5,800.72
NU
1,910.88
3,842.49
1,282.65
Nil
Nil
1,579.76
771.51
772.05
4,414.32
17,042.33
43,900.06
$975,743.43
$1,180,523.22
$1,0.88,698.59
40,965.30
5,107.53
7,222.47
7,855.04
93,201.86
NU
74.285.67
2,554.00
91.91
404.05
52,242.81
2,579.30
26,588.42
18,639.24
8.27
18,410.79
105,795.OS
15,S48.84
2,392.40
5,689.58
12.873.50
Nil
NU
1,913.46
NU
98.40
12,144.22
11,948.22
31.114.90
1,565.84
11,110.63
0,261.96
850.04
12,078.32
Nil
3,947.72
3,043.34
—227.35
Nil
NU
0,543.66
6,961.82
125.89
6,341.74
12,327.33
77,770.77
$1,788,803.51
$2,012,710.20
$503,789.23
22,988.54
777.03
2,416.36
10,613.06
50,703.41
Nil
46,545.02
—311.27
29.55
118.13
16,868.24
1,145.52
6,367.39
12,178.79
12,008.18
81,877.42
10,125.17
18,912.86
5,045.44
9,554.39
Nil
Nil
805.49
NU
3.01S.09
1,230.63
8,304.83
18,458.34
726.81
798.82
2,826.35
539.15
■     950.72
Nil
1,355.88
2,542.49
12,082.08
NU
NU
1,619.76
391.51
 T-72.05
4,249.32
6,992.33
30,980.06
"$911,308.44
$1,186,136.71
$1,586.45
144.60
259.75
1,485.62
82,663.49
$3,179.95
280.71
184.45
$1,049.99
347.81
155.85
1,789.25
00,080.81
3,653.85
$3,163.75
265.71
184.45
1,514.25 F 52
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VI.—SUMMARY OF AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE.
Year.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Katio Losses
incurred to
Premiums
earned.
1928	
$1,561,000
2,137,000
2,152,000
1,969,000
1,688,000
$1,470,000
1,900,000
2,148,000
2,013,000
1,789,000
$915,000
1,099,000
1,285,000
1,186,000
911,000
62.30
1929                 	
$1,018,000
1,239,000
1,181,000
976,000
57.82
1930	
59.82
1931	
58.92
1932	
50.92
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932.
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	
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  Indemnity  Co	
Century Insurance Co., Ltd	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
Confederation Life Association	
Consolidated Fire and Casualty Insurance Co	
Continental Casualty Co	
Dominion Fire Insurance Co	
The Dominion of Canada General Insur. Co	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd...
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
The General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada-
General Accident Fire & Life Assur. Corpn., Ltd	
The General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris	
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	
Home Indemnity Co	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Guar. & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada	
Imperial Insurance Office	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accid. Co. of Canada
London & Provincial Mar. & Gen. Insur. Co., Ltd	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd.—
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd	
Carried forward	
* Accident and Sickness.
$139.73
*3,956.05
1,883.81
2,336.80
1,126.32
3,477.53
NU
7,395.64
574.65
148.42
280.40
405.66
Nil
133.77
3,683.95
*792.75
166.07
*160.03
246.58
744.04
"425.00
59.00
•602.10
26,720.58
101.75
30,735.20
•234.52
5,202.21
40.00
319.54
16,858.47
•1,009.58
1,761.16
393.79
5,483.03
286.66
433.60
1,342.47
•44,598.99
Nil
32,010.65
4,834.36
379.37
83.75
1,088.34
5,298.49
6,935.02
2,589.22
•463.56
14.10
4,779.73
•2,329.86
NU
$2,237.70
2,289.67
2,272.51
Nil
3,871.34
Nil
2,444.57
202.31
33.02
Nil
67.05
Nil
NU
4,829.65
373.83
Nil
Nil
NU
259.87
321.42
Nil
957.30
22,901.94
Nil
18,173.56
60.00
9,085.95
Nil
Nil
12,251.65
359.81
2,884.51
190.90
5,068.20
NU
289.74
1,782.69
13,400.51
Nil
29,520.25
1,358.69
494.24
5.00
177.00
3,757.99
1,414.38
362.45
225.32
Nil
3,115.90
2.920.43
Nil
$1,101.44
964.60
000.06
3,062.17
Nil
3,465.12
337.06
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
72.50
1,577.13
Nil
Nil
289.52
mi
Nil
27,714.10
Nil
1,924.92
Nil
$465.14
757.99
429.79
2,501.88
Nil
2,967.57
81.32
ml
Nil
Nil
Nil
28.33
1,444.33
mi
Nil
121.S3
Nil
NU
14,104.06
Nil
I
\
16,950.71
6,641.83
1,655.94
502.68
63.00
Nil
I
f
55.14
18.30
12,900.01
9,839.76
—351.60
2,446.67
16.80
225.00
3,868.04
1,826.17
123.50
90.00
312.98
338.65
266.20
543.20
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
31,105.44
26,307.30
1,885.25
1,490.13
46.93
NU
Nil
NU
296.83
42.66
3,837.57
2,199.67
}
2,934.62
1,885.03
NU
mi
.50
Nil
2,649.07
$225,066.30|     $149,967.41
$117,428.08|       $79,948.36 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 53
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932—Continued.
ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
Accident Insurance.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
Sickness  Insurance.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
Brought forward	
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.'.	
The Motor Union Insurance Co., Ltd	
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..
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd	
The Preferred Accident Insurance Co	
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	
United Pacific Casualty Insurance Co	
United States Fidelty & Guarantee Co	
Western  Assurance  Co	
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Zurich General Accid. & Liability Insur. Co., Ltd
Totals	
Totals for 1931	
$225,006.30
•3,810.45
•20,500.58
NU
912.88
•20,695.24
849.61
6,729.49
•7,536.41
765.00
1,063.16
967.93
3,589.39
76.00
NU
7,255.39
257.74
75.69
•31,689.01
Nil
•1,012.60
1,056.95
Nil
3,251.41
810.47
31,912.97
489.16
908.10
55.00
Nil
32,952.86
504.68
7,786.26
Nil
703.20
781.31
942.66
2,774.75
•7,639.07
1,334.80
$149,967.41
4,282.25
9,679.94
NU
620.30
10,883.33
1,143.15
2,864.00
5,754.00
29.00
76.78
029.33
1.559.11
Nil
NU
3,317.12
30.00
49.29
20,042.55
Nil
2,593.82
633.69
Nil
1,340.37
169.39
37,034.02
78.55
49.75
Nil
NU
13,185.12
118.32
3,912.79
Nil
102.35
488.82
1,049.08
1,008.98
1,962.61
143.50
$427,908.52|     $274,859.3S
$493,523,131     $323,123.71
I
$117,428.08
Nil
NU
Nil
282.35
Nil
395.51
1,173.47
Nil
313.01
260.60
1,246.11
NU
NU
1,156.42
163.10
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
047.08
Nil
1,288.05
382.95
30,968.63
324.56
357.23
NU
Nil
49,271.18
242.67
7,542.01
NU
320.72
288.85
201.85
Nit
1,135.86
$79,948.36
NU
Nil
Nil
50.00
Nil
171.66
1,027.00
NU
154.70
21.43
512.91
Nit
Nil
942.69
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
82.39
NU
1,030.52
42.84
18,792.03
1,200.85
73.33
Nil
Nil
40,070.89
79.17
7,206.52
NU
Nil
15.00
Nil
Nil
1,708.78
$215,450.29!     $153,131.08
$246,434,041     $158,778.52
• Accident and Sickness.
BOILER AND MACHINERY AND EXPLOSION INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Boiler and Machinery
Insurance.
Explosion Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Canada 	
$7,506.43
947.80
Nil
Nil
Nil
253.57
Nil
Nil
800.23
NU
Nil
$.923.72
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
57.14
Nil
502.82
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
231.46
1,511.56
274.12
Nil
Nil
2,055.60
Nil
340.06
2,584.46
Nil
Nil
Nil
Continental Insurance Co	
Nil
Nil
Nil
Fidelity & Casualty Co	
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
Insurance Co. of North America	
Nil
$9,508.03
$1,483.68
$6,997.26
Nil F 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VIL—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932— Continued.
BOILER AND MACHINERY AND EXPLOSION INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
Boiler and Machinery
Insurance.
Explosion Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
$9,568.03
312.90
$1,483.68
Nil
1
$6,997.26            Nil
NU                      Nil
NU
Nil
15.00 [          NU
NU
193.00
936.71
Nil
14.06
Nil
Nil
954.72
35.13
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
NU
Nil  .
Nil
160.341           NU
NU
Nil
3.36
NU
275.42
488.96
Nil
Nil
Nil
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd,  . ■
NU
NU
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd	
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
Totals	
$12,014.55]         $1,483.68
$7,940.341            NU
Totals for 1931	
$26,978.57
$2,038.29
$11,481,811           NU
BURGLARY AND FORGERY INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Burglary Insurance.
Premiums.
Forgery Insurance.
Losses. Premiums.
	
Losses.
The Acadia Fire Insurance Co	
Alliance 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 Indemnity Co	
Century Insurance Co., Ltd	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
Connecticut Fire 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 Accid. Fire & Life Assurance Corpn., Ltd
General Casualty Co. of America	
General Casualty Assurance Co. of Paris	
General Indemnity Corporation of America	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co	
The Home Indemnity Co	
Home Insurance Co	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Guarantee & Accid. Insur Co. of Canada.
Imperial Insurance Office	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada.
London & Provincial Mar. & Gen. Ins. Co., Ltd	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd	
Maryland Casualty Co	
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co	
Carried forward	
NU
$1,791.37
1,090.82
624.88
882.41
108.57
928.07
595.77
967.15
10,588.80
16,096.60
3,792.22
1,020.46
429.38
385.75
51.86
Nil
267.70
4,324.54
6,380.63
28.27
3,553.17
8,999.51
1,020.23
276.40
490.47
NU
1,934.28
2,806.58
1.610.19
Nil
Nil
18,021.50
405.46
51.30
11.50
869.98
1,874.30
3,791.83
815.30
469.90
1,452.16
1,655.89
2,006.59
Nil
$242.92
109.10
230.88
1,571.24
2.75
9S4.36
214.16
Nil
12,179.86
10,782.95
2,521.91
568.80
661.06
8.80
Nil
Nil
3.4S3.97
1,980.89
812.73
Nil
2.702.S2
3,218.98
550.37
972.75
809.50
Nil
83.60
1,348.99
1.061.10
Nil
■Nil
12,751.10
2.42
Nil
NU
238.00
1.142.79
7,863.13
73.85
65.25
2,074.82
5,253.83
452.25
$102,471.79|       $77,021.99
NU
Nil
$215.70
147.00
223.00
$33.45
mi
101.44
76.15
Nil
$661.851
$224.89 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 55
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932—Continued.
BURGLARY AND FORGERY INSURANCE—Continued'.
Name of Company.
Burglary Insurance.
Forgery Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
Brought forward	
National Surety Co	
National Union Indemnity Co	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co	
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	
Portage la Prairie Mutual Fire Insurance Co...
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	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd	
Toronto General  Insurance Co	
Travelers Fire Insurance Co	
Travelers Indemnity Co	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Indemnity Co	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
United Pacific Casualty Insurance Co	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
Western  Assurance  Co	
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Zurich General Accid. & Liability Insur. Co., Ltd
Totals	
Totals for 1931	
$102,471.79
510.15
Nil
Nil
2,034.20
2,362.60
443.62
1,664.27
115.25
3,295.37
191.55
1,401.07
NU
600.85
1,868.07
178.92
552.35
18.409.SO
NU
905.94
1,972.99
NU
3,518.73
631.24
2,836.09
NU
4,072.22
1,848.58
1,945.09
2,903.40
1,493.88
$77,021.99
180.30
Nil
Nil
586.38
1,514.02
84.83
1,005.14
NU
3,171.13
Nil
574.55
NU
654.19
304.62
22.95
1,904.63
12,751.10
Nil
113.32
3,486.49
NU
3,067.91
465.58
1,679.61
Nil
5,403.84
1,571.44
1,931.30
3.287.06
596.80
$158,28S.08|     $121,379.18
$157,354,731       $92,068.93
$661.85
120.84
NU
$224.89
61.46
Nil
782.69!
$286.35
$2,058.08
$195.65
EARTHQUAKE AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Earthquake Insurance.
Losses.
Plate Glass Insurance.
Premiums.
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd	
British America Assurance Co	
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co.—
British Empire Assurance Co	
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian Eire Insurance Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co	
Canadian Indemnity Co	
Canadian   Surety  Co	
Casualty Co. of Canada	
Century Indemnity Co	
Century Insurance Co.,  Ltd	
Citizens Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co	
Consolidated Fire and Casualty Insurance Co
Continental Casualty Co	
County Fire Insurance Co	
Dominion Fire Insurance Co	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co	
Carried forward	
$187.50
506.25
-829.89
342.93]
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
i
$14.95
819.94
261.33
17,516.73
107.38
19.65
919.64
134.18
539.35
1,151.22
1.78S.36
402.65
587.29
295.93
31.47
Nil
29.90
NU
304.74
835.01
Nil
118.25
2.680.05
Nil
$402.52
230.10
10,808.59
18.90
NU
694.98
35.11
127.00
494.84
1,177.78
6.27
146.47
50.50
42.00
Nil
49.88
NU
816.48
444.42
Nil
34.80
3.104.74
$1,036.08
Nil
$28,558.02
$18,685.38 •
F 56
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932—Continued.
EARTHQUAKE AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE—Continued:
Name of Company.
Earthquake Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Plate Glass Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Brought forward..
Eagle Star & British Dominions Insur. Co., Ltd	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd...
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
First National Insurance Co. of America	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assur. Corpn., Ltd	
General Casualty Co. of America	
General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Globe & Rutgers Fire Insurance Co	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
Great American Indemnity Co	
Great American Insurance Co	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd	
Halifax Fire Insurance Co	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co	
Home Indemnity Co	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Guarantee & Accid. Insur. Co. of Canada..
Imperial Insurance Office	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Co. of North America	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accid. Co. of Canada
London & Provincial Mar. & Gen. 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	
National Surety Co	
National Union Indemnity Co	
North British & Mercantile Insur. 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	
Portage la Prairie Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Provident Assurance Co	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd	
Saint Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd	
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd	
Toronto  General  Insurance Co	
Trans-Canada Insurance Co	
Travelers Fire Insurance Co	
Travelers Indemnity  Co	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Indemnity Co	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
United Pacific Casualty Insurance Co	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
Westchester Eire Insurance Co	
Western Assurance Co	
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Zurich General Accid. & Liability Assur. Co., Ltd....
Totals	
Totals for 1931	
$1,036.68[
—300.00
312.81
56.56
410.28
Nil
1,500.00
568.69
212.74
700.25
300.00
149.61
258.44
349.48
Nil
Nil
—300.00] Nil
182.35| Nil
Nil
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
$6,037.89|
Nil
$7,407.731
Nil
$28,55S.02
356.34
773.10
Nil
713.54
mi
1,473.78
292.75
577.01
31.40
Nil
Nil
452.38
1,491.10
NU
146.76
46.11
NU
794.70
Nil
549.78
98.74
300.97
Nil
Nil
110.17
601.38
1,088.72[
—39.541
172.05|
77.60]
Nil
337.32
135.45
103.12
606.89
11.70
Nil
375.51
443.34
Nil
1.039.14
—25.10
2,329.53
128.15
67.27
Nil
475.83
820.34
608.80
NU
102.07
Nil
118.81
291.07
Nil
NU
229.50
72.35
148.68
Nil
779.50
NU
4S0.33
96.25
284.48
125.62
$18,685.38
245.52
442.80
mi
497.24
Nil
895.32
267.21
85.72
14.90
Nil
Nil
65.25
815.36
Nil
8.78
13.45
Nil
636.24
Nil
364.64
91.39
85.93
Nil
Nil
100.85
350.87
740.44
Nil
65.71
47.90
Nil
301.31
48.75
49.50
231.96
NU
Nil
257.33
449.26
NU
564.32
Nil
950.89
Nil
9.30
Nil
287.73
1,170.40
364.64
NU
40.86
Nil
Nil
130.35
NU
Nil
162.92
46.06
Nil
NU
372.84
NU
145.81
93.83
427.03
02.25
$48,932.511
$30,688.24
$55,748.60)       $23,552.01 -
■
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 5T
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932— Continued.
GUARANTEE, BOND, AND CREDIT INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Guarantee Insurance.
Bond Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.            Losses.
NU
$228.75
NU
880.96
1,931.28
100.00
2,362.79
12.50
1,506.19
12,770.01
12,531.36
16,485.33
230.08
—2.50
640.21
Nil
3,067.73
3,505.13
NU
2,900.74
2.037.07
183.13
694.10
1,274.90
1,660.45
92.07
NU
15,152.90
2,234.70
241.00
Nil
492.80
655.80
4,241.43
5.00
1,741.90
455.49
31.07
5,816.33
339.97
1,180.42
776.59
514.78
Nil
Nil
47.50
404.25
165.22
6,292.54
5.00
7.50
3,312.54
80.31
10.00
16,289.53
1,226.34
311.17
1,429.25
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
$1,528.23
Nil
NU
1,118.38
2,681.40
2,342.88
NU
350.00
Nil
Nil
—405.95
5,807.27
Nil
—1,325.64
3,335.00
Nil
Nil
Nil
153.07
280.87
mi
393.00
940.08
590.00
Nil
Nil
1,294.90
74.10
Nil
1,524.01
821.46
Nil
2.226.2S
Nil
Nil
118.34
134.62
NU
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
393.00
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
NU
892.12
37.47
Nil
154.42
$2,137.00
198.67
548.04
140.00
American Credit Indemnity Co. of N.Y. (Credit)
NU
The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co....
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd....
The General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada-
General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris—	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co	
Nil
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accid. Co. of Canada-
London & Provincial Mar. & Gen. Ins. Co., Ltd	
NU
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co. of New York-
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd	
The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd..
Railway Passengers Assurance Co	
$21.17
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd	
United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co	
The World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd..
$129,216.11
$27,190.96
$3,023.77]               $21.17
Totals for 1931           	
$199,472.85
$39,217.64
$5,226.41
$1,286.99 F 58
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932— Continued.
INLAND TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Inland Transportation
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Marine Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Aetna Insurance Co	
Agricultural Insurance Co ,	
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd	
Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia	
American   Alliance  Insurance  Co	
American Home Fire Assurance Co	
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd	
Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford	
Bankers' & Traders' Insurance Co., Ltd	
Boston Insurance Co	
British America Assurance Co	
British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Empire Assurance Co	
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co	
British Oak Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd	
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co	
Canadian   Indemnity  Co	
Century Insurance Co., Ltd	
China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd	
City of New York Insurance Co	
Columbia Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co	
Continental Insurance Co	
Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd	
County Fire Insurance Co	
The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.—
Eagle Star & British Dominions Insur. Co., Ltd	
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co	
Fire Association of Philadelphia	
Fireman'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 Assur. Corpn., Ltd..
General Insurance Co. of America	
Glens Falls Insurance Co	
Globe & Rutgers Fire 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 & Accid. Insur. Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office	
Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd....
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd 	
London & Provincial Mar. & Gen. Ins. Co., Ltd....
London Assurance Corporation	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd	
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
Maritime Insurance Co., Ltd	
Maryland Insurance Co	
Mechanics & Traders Insurance Co	
Millers National Insurance Co	
Motor Union Insurance Co., Ltd	
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford	
Carried forward	
$4,687.31
NU
463.95
4,443.29
NU
Nil
458.79
Nil
17.50
1,385.75
NU
NU
2,014.14
46.32
718.18
45.00
NU
Nil
5.00
Nil
146.13
714.58
1,618.66
4.39
166.67
NU
145.48
3,369.73
344.50
3.015.86
NU
45.25
—28.43
96.50]
1,196.62
41.74
417.12
NU
82.41
10.00
61.15
NU
Nil
16.107.69
Nil
NU
13,549.36
Nil
NU
26.00
NU
18.00
476.15
Nil
5.50
Nil
19.001
NU
Nil |
$56,563.72
$1,804.01
NU
90.50
2,045.09
Nil
Nil
NU
NU
NU
239.99
NU
Nil
NU
NU
24.20
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
13.60
55.00
10S.S6
NU
192.35
NU
NU
666.71
46.20
526.80
Nil
658.91
Nil
8.04
1.00
—4,916.33
291.22
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
15,584.60
Nil
Nil
2.283.59
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
73.15
NU
249.83
NU
NU
Nil
Nil
$24,904.31
$299.34
246.13
$2,569.88
Nil
Nil
Nil
207.13
2,442.79
1,550.59
Nil
16,153.61
3,333.76
Nil
Nil
16,255.19
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
S20.72
423.29
Nil
4,859.76
Nil
Nil
Nil
25,293.61
68,190.71
NU
1.108.63
Nil
32,301.10
NU
4,082.00
10.46
Nil
5.196.96
18,277.83
Nil
23,332.08
NU
3,282.12
1,042.67
346.54|
1,941.411
NU
7,781.39
14.358.19
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
$50.58
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
123.21
6,741.65
28.96
Nil
26,152.77
1.520.76
NU
NU
16,230.49
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
97.18
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
12,533.01
78.359.07
NU
1.027.78
Nil
35,758.02
NU
11.58
NU
Nil
5,803.39
53.033.11
NU
1,844.08
Nil
6,887.12
86.32
Nil
4,514.86
Nil
3,378.48
9,644.26
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
$256,607.89
$263,886.6 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 59
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932— Continued.
INLAND TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
Inland Transportation
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Marine  Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Brought forward	
National Union Fire Insurance Co	
Newark Fire Insurance Co	
New 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..
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd	
North River Insurance Co	
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association	
Norwich Union Fire-insurance Society, Ltd	
Ocean Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co	
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	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada	
Reliance Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
Royal Exchange Assurance	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Sea Insurance Co., Ltd	
Security Insurance Co. of New Haven	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Standard Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
Stuyvesant Insurance Co	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd	
Thames & Mersey Insurance Co., Ltd	
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co	
Travelers Eire Insurance Co	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
Union Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
United Firemen's Insurance Co	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
JUnited States Merchants & Shippers Insur. Co
{Universal 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 1931	
$56,563.72
104.81
NU
718.09
Nil
NU
NU
557.80
753.50
6.00
NU
88.67
642.85
Nil
NU
3.090.71
1,933.69
11.93
NU
397.03
46.60
186.60
Nil
Nil
Nil
5,332.20
Nil
Nil
677.86]
1,391.03|
NU
36.80]
344.50|
1,391.03|
1,018.73
Nil
1,891.52
110.13
NU
341.29
Nil
344.53
1,478.60
Nil
Nil
$24,964.31
Nil
Nil
NU
NU
NU
Nil
Nil
105.00
NU
NU
55.00
340.17
Nil
Nil
Nil
55.87
NU
Nil
1,994.00
NU
22.00
Nil
Nil
Nil
1,098.97
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
46.26
NU
412.66
NU
275.06
247.84
NU
46.26
Nil
46.26
162.39
mi
Nil
$80,060.22]       $30,472.05
$127,115.99|       $99,212.12
$256,607.89
13,174.23
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
31,566.96
869.26
Nil
NU
11.160.S7
268.85
Nil
Nil
29,178.62
Nil
4,020.90
266.34
Nil
Nil
24,764.46
Nil
Nil
1,608.85
2,211.59
127.80
19,772.18
11,105.54
Nil
NU
74,238.38]
Nil
10,007.19
21,495.81
10.023.10
Nil
Nil
42,299.55
33.981.10
Nil
8,985.92
30,786.98
27,494.84
NU
NU
32,301.10
Nil
-I
$263,886.68
1,394.48
NU
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
25,884.02
Nil
NU
NU
11,560.26
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
5,970.92
Nil
Nil
NU
18,623.35
125.29
Nil
44.53
Nil
NU
11,659.31
2,220.52
Nil
NU
23,437.63
Nil
63,465.73
9,536.16
9.139.81
Nil
NU
26,114.40
23,120.51
NU
9,003.12
35,025.00
28,836.63
NU
Nil
35,758.02
Nil
$698,917,471     $604,806.88
$848,012.36|     $553,783.12
% Company merged with Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
f Business reinsured by British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co. F 60
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932—Continued.
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE INSURANCE.
Name of Company.
Public Liability
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Property Damage
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Aetna Insurance Co	
Aetna Life Insurance Co	
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd	
American Home Fire Assurance Co	
Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford	
British America Assurance Co	
British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Empire Assurance Co	
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co	
British Oak Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd	
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	
The Century Indemnity Co	
The China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co	
Consolidated Fire and Casualty Insurance Co	
Continental   Casualty   Co	
Continental Insurance Co	
County Fire Insurance Co	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assur. Corpn., Ltd	
General Casualty Co. of America	
General Casualty Insurance Co. of Paris	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Glens Falls Insurance Co	
Globe & Rutgers Fire Insurance Co	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
The Home Indemnity Co	
Home Insurance Co	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Guarantee & Accid. Insur. Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America	
Indiana Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co	
Insurance Co. of North America	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accid. Co. of Canada.
London & Provincial Mar. & Gen. Insur. Co., Ltd..
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
London Assurance Corporation	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd	
Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd	
Maryland Casualty Co	
Mechanics & Traders Insurance Co	
The Metropolitan Casualty Insur. Co. of N.Y	
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford	
$528.19
NU
NU
1,643.12
Nil
942.39
207.77
NU
NU
Nil
3,132.09
315.75
13,009.43
10,358.04
4,050.52
295.94
467.14
NU
Nil
Nil
293.77
643.04
Nil
Nil
2,779.59
12,656.31
NU
NU
1,269.40
Nil
17,835.47
743.25
079.15
383.85
Nil
NU
Nil
1,459.05
879.73
575.84
3,135.28
Nil
Nil
NU
6,748.11
185.35
NU
NU
Nil
Nil
581.09
1,821.27
3,026.67
21.75
504.47
NU
2.228.30
Nil
592.79
Nil
479.16
Nil
307.50
Nil
Carried forward..
$94,780.57
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
$303.
29.75
13,108.06
7,521.66
1,721.22
NU
69.50
Nil
Nil
NU
15.00
50.60
NU
NU
1,078.10
1.428.90
Nil
Nil
271.50
Nil
20,097.
2.25
2.175.00
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
18.70
Nil
308.00
3,448.98
Nil
NU
Nil
95.00
NU
Nil
NU
NU
Nil
Nil
573.52
637.15
Nil
Nil
Nil
49.50
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
149.90
Nil
$53,159.29
$145.40
NU
$145.40
Nil REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 61
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932—Continued.
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Company.
Public Liability
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Property Damage
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Brought forward	
National Liberty Insurance Co	
National Surety Co	
National Union Indemnity Co	
New York Underwriters Insurance Co	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd—
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd	
North River Insurance Co	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd-
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd	
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford	
Providence Washington Insurance Co	
Provident Assurance Co	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd	
Queen Insurance Co. of America	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada	
Royal Exchange Assurance	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd	
Sentinel Fire Insurance Co	
Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co	
Stuyvesant Insurance  Co	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co	
Travelers Fire Insurance Co	
Travelers Indemnity Co	
Travelers Insurance Co	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd	
Union Indemnity Co	
Union Insurance Society of Canton. Ltd	
United Pacific Casualty Insurance Co	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Universal Insurance Co	
Western Assurance Co	
World Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Zurich General Accid. & Liability Insur. Co., Ltd.
Totals	
Totals for 1931	
$94,780.57
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
1,036.87
1,648.60
Nil
1,285.13
57.25
9,880.33
mi
■ Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
1.140.03
Nil
4,254.51
Nil
1,090.77
7,710.31
24.35
NU
NU
Nil
NU
2,565.32
Nil
$141,318.52
$53,159.29
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
104.80
8,469.85
Nil
1.831.74
Nil
589.20
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
1,130.63
NU
$16,420.96
Nil
158.42
95.00
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
3,096.49
Nil
8.10
NU
1,100.66
Nil
244.70
Nil
5,815.85
2.747.29
78.30
Nil
2,054.40
6,887.40
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
1,435.46
3.433.3S
NU
Nil
526.41
Nil
1,910.08
144.88
2,664.52
30.00
$98,299.33
$142,898.27]     $170,099.83
$145.40
Nil
17.71
Nil
$163.11|
NU
$404.88|
NU F 62
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—CASUALTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES IN 1932—Continued.
TORNADO AND WEATHER INSURANCE.
Tornado Insurance.
Weather Insukance.
Name of Company.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
$1,281.55
9.80
2.40
61.68
2.45
mi
mi
mi
Nil
2.45
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
$227.45
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
$0.45
19.00
2.00
16.50
69.04
.90
.90
.90
200.00
54.00
Nil
.45
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
Imperial Assurance Co	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd	
Nil
Nil
Nil
Pacific Fire Insurance Co	
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
Totals	
$1,360.33
$227.45
$304.74
NU
Totals for 1931	
$104.38
NU
$336.38
$12.95
MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE.
A.R., All Risk ;   Av.,
Aviation ;   B.K.
S.L.,
Blanket Residence ;
Sprinkler Leakage.
F., Fraud:   L.S., Live Stock;
Name of Company.
Premiums.
Losses.
B.R.
Av.
Av.
Av.
L.S.
S.L.
F.
A.R.
B.R.
L.S.
$4,905.70
5.60
468.50
536.25
259.75
667.25
344.77
349.06
1,112.64
4.50
$1,962.37
NU
Nil
NU
NU
427.43
288.89
Nil
22.50
NU
Totals	
$8,654.02
$2,701.19
Totals for 1931	
$2,069.24
$5,844.87
TABLE VIII.—SUMMARY FOR CLASSES OF INSURANCE OTHER THAN LIFE,
FIRE, AND AUTOMOBILE.
1928.
1929.
1930.
1931.
1932.
Accident, P	
L	
Sickness,   P	
L	
Liability, P	
L	
Marine, P	
L	
Other forms, P.
L.
$456,000
227,000
18S.000
100,000
100,000
34,000
898,000
549,000
377,000
83,000
$531,000
263,000
227,000
152,000
136,000
43,000
1,158,000
723,000
610,000
03,000
$522,000
289,000
249,000
158,000
184,000
57,000
1,106,000
724,000
607,000
251,000
$494,000
323,000
246,000
159,000
143,000
171,000
848,000
554,000
556,000
263,000
$428,000
275,000
215,000
153,000
141,000
98,000
699,000
605,000
457,000
307,000 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1932.
F 63
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, page 43.)
Name of Company.
Mortgages.
In other
Securities.
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co	
American Automobile Fire Insurance Co	
American Central Insurance Co	
American Credit Indemnity Co	
The Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd	
Beaver Fire Insurance Co	
Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co	
British America Assurance Co	
British Colonial Fire Insurance 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	
Canadian Fire Insuranc Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co	
Canadian Indemnity Co	
Canadian Surety Co	
Casualty Co. of Canada	
Central Union Insurance Co	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co	
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.
Ensign Insurance Co	
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Fire Association of Philadelphia	
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co	
First National Insurance Co. of America	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Glens Falls Insurance Co	
Globe Indemnity Co.  of Canada	
Guarantee Co. of North America	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Halifax Fire Insurance Co	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial  Insurance  Office	
Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd	
London-Canada Insurance Co	
London Guarantee & Accident Co	
Loyal Protective Insurance Co	
Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Mercantile Fire Insurance Co	
Merchants Casualty Insurance Co	
Mercury  Insurance Co	
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
National Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co	
National Union Fire Insurance Co	
New Jersey Insurance Co	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd	
North Empire Fire Insurance Co	
North River Insurance Co	
Northwestern National Insurance Co	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co	
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd	
Carried forward	
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
$3.943.85f
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
NU
Nil
1S4.050.00
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
7,510.49
99,736.25f
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
NU
NU
NU
Nil
7,500.00
13.321.S7
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
145.000.00
NU
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
212,583.45f
Nil
Nil
$50,000.00*
50,000.00
80,660.00
74,919.10
25,000.00*
Nil
19,000.00
3,000.00*
14,999.25
5,251.62
44,466.66*
7,500.00*
126,141.60
68,800.00
52,748.58*
70,037.00f
29,340.SO
42,733.33*
10,S61.73f
• 35,000.00
25,000.00
30,000.00*
15,000.00*
40,000.00
117,923.36f
52,653.44jr
10,000.00*
25,000.00
4,769.34
40,082.50
87,741.70
5,000.00
40,226.54
12,000.00
75,60S.OO
5,000.00
99,090.00
66,333.33
50,000.00
100,000.00
50,000.00
60,000.00
4,650.00
17,865.33
30,000.00*
38,933.33*
93,133.34
25,000.00
246,871.371
10,000.00*
15,000.00*
109,240.00
10,000.00
100,000.00
40,000.00*
95,000.00*
23,750.00f
15,000.00
262,000.00
43,200.00
80,000.00*
54,506.67*
119,000.00*
40,000.00
340,317.661
77,088.001
110,823.74
$673,645.91
1,829,267.32 F 64
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE IX.—INVESTMENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA OF COMPANIES OTHER THAN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES—Continued.
Name of Company.
Mortgages.
In other
Securities.
Brought forward	
Phoenix Insurance Co	
Protective Association of Canada	
Quebec Fire Assurance Co	
Reliance Insurance Co., Ltd	
Retail Hardware Mutual Fire Insurance Co
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co	
Universal Insurance Co	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd	
Totals	
$673,645.91
$3,829,267.32
Nil
25,000.00
Nil
10,000.00*
Nil
19,523.09 +
NU
15,000.00
Nil
60,000.00*
20,000.00+
J        20,784.00 +
)        00,000.00*
Nil
80,109.06*
NU
24,333.33
NU
3,000.00
324,515.14
400,000.00
$1,018,161.05
$4,547,016.80
* Par value.
t Book value.
t Market value.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfielu, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1933.
1525-733-4011

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