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 TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE
FOR   THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
1940
(BUSINESS TRANSACTED IN 1(139)
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY  OF  THE  LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed ny Charles F. Banfielij, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1940.  To His Honour E. W. Hamber,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has  the  honour to present the  Twenty-ninth  Annual  Report of the
Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31st, 1939.
GORDON S. WISMER,
Attorney-General.
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 1940. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Page.
Report of the Superintendent of Insurance .'     5
Lists as at June 30th, 1940—■
Insurers licensed      9
Reciprocal Exchanges granted Permits  60
Underwriters' Agencies licensed  60
Names of Insurers ceased Business since December 31st, 1939  60
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co  61
Empire Life Insurance Co  62
Grand Council of Canadian Order of Chosen Friends    63
Home Assurance Company of Canada  65
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  66
Saskatchewan Mutual Fire Insurance Co  67
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Fire Insurance Co  69
Western Empire Life Assurance Co  70
TABLES.
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1939 and Investments in the Province  72
II. Summary, 1935-39  73
Fire Insurance—
III. Business of 1939  74
IV. Summary, 1935-39 •.    77
Automobile Insurance—
V. Business of 1939  78
VI. Summary, 1935-39 . .  80
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
VII. Business of 1939  81
VIII. Summary, 1935-39  91
IX. Investments in the Province of Insurers other than Life Insurers  92 REPORT OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE.
The Honourable Gordon S. Wismer,
Attorney-General, Victoria,
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 1940.
B.C.
Sir,—Pursuant to the " Insurance Act," I beg to submit the Twenty-ninth Annual Report
of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31st, 1939.
At that date 293 insurers were licensed under the Act to transact business. The following summary indicates the origin of the companies, how many held only Provincial licences,
and how many had Dominion registration in addition to a Provincial licence:—
Where incorporated.
Provincial
Licence.
Dominion
Registration.
Total.
2
6
3
1
15
60
67
2
1.
7
2
1
4
122
2
21
1
7.
2
1
4
123
Totals      __	
12
281
293
The comparative figures are for :—
1938                                                               i
11
13
283
278
1937      -      	
Seven new insurers have been licensed during the year, namely:—
Buffalo Insurance Company.
Columbia Insurance Company of New York.
Commercial Casualty Insurance Company.
Globe & Republic Insurance Company of America.
Merchants and Manufacturers Insurance Company of New York.
Milwaukee Mechanics' Insurance Company.
Utah Home Fire Insurance Company.
Eight insurers ceased to do business in this Province during 1939, as follows:—
The China Fire Insurance Company, Limited, whose business was reinsured by the Union
Insurance Society of Canton, Limited.
The Columbia Insurance Company of Jersey City, New Jersey, which was merged and
consolidated with the Columbia Insurance Company of New York to form the Columbia
Insurance Company of New York.
The County Fire Insurance Company, whose business was reinsured by the Great
American Insurance Company.
The Hardware Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Minnesota, whose business was
reinsured by the Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Company and the Minnesota
Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
The Merchants and Manufacturers Fire Insurance Company, which was merged and
consolidated with The Importers & Exporters Insurance Company of New York to form
Merchants and Manufacturers Insurance Company of New York.
The Phenix Fire Insurance Company of Paris, France, whose business was reinsured by
The General Fire Insurance Company of Paris, France. F 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The Sussex Fire Insurance Company, whose business was reinsured by the American
Equitable Assurance Company of New York.
The Wapiti Insurance Company, which is in course of being wound up under the
" Winding-up Act " and whose business was reinsured by the Wawanesa Mutual Insurance
Company.
The Halifax Fire Insurance Company changed its name to Halifax Insurance Company.
A complete list of licensed insurers will be found on pages 9 to 60. A similar list
made up to December 31st, 1939, was printed for circulation and published in The British
Columbia Gazette. The present list is therefore made up for purposes of convenience to
June 30th, 1939, in order that it may show the classes of insurance for which the insurers
are now licensed.
On analysis the list shows that 37 companies are licensed for life insurance, 225 for fire
insurance, 170 for automobile insurance, and 75 for marine insurance. These figures cover
only the major classes of insurance, and it should 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 61 to 70, as in previous years.
Only two fraternal societies are licensed, the Grand Council of Canadian Order of Chosen
Friends and the Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association.
Nine underwriters' agencies, a list of which will be found on page 60, were licensed.
Nine reciprocal exchanges held permits under section 194 of the " Insurance Act."
Warner Reciprocal Insurers ceased business in the Province during the year.
The total figures for life insurance (see Table II., page 73) show a small increase over
1938 in each class of the business. Table II. has been revised so as to distinguish the figures
for the Ordinary, Industrial, and Group departments. " Group," the youngest class, is growing fast and has nearly doubled since 1935. While premiums and amount in force slowly
increase in this Province, the Dominion report for the business of 1938 states that there was
less new life insurance effected in Canada in that year than in 1937. Notwithstanding the
insurance which lapses or is surrendered, the decline in the average rate of interest, and the
tendency for death payments to increase, the business has at least been holding its own. It
has been pointed out, however, that the public must reconcile itself to diminished scales of
dividends, and premium and annuity rates are bound to rise. The business has made great
strides in the past twenty years—in 1920, 1930, and 1940 the premiums reported were
respectively $4,800,000, $13,600,000, and $14,880,000—and it is not surprising that amidst
the abnormal conditions the pace should slacken. But there is still plenty of room for new
insurance. In the United States a recent survey showed that " in a general way families
spent about 7 per cent, of annual income on life and annuity premiums."
The war has made it necessary for the companies to insert war clauses in their policies.
The clauses are practically uniform. Within the home area a man in the navy or army is
fully covered; if he goes abroad, he pays an extra premium or the sum assured is reduced.
If the insured is in the air force in Canada a larger premium is required, and, if out of
Canada, only a limited benefit will be paid.
The astronomical figures for life insurance in the United States—the amount in force at
the end of 1939 is reported as $114,000,000,000—seemed to the Government there to indicate
a tremendous financial or economic power. The Temporary National Economic Committee,
appointed to investigate the concentration of economic power, has made considerable inquiry
into the business. The subject of federal as against state supervision has come to the fore
in the course of the inquiry, and it is clear that the companies are thoroughly opposed to
federal administration. The mere suggestion has stimulated the process of self-examination,
because some leaders realize that the easy prosperity of past decades is a thing of the past,
and methods and service must be improved. It is claimed that life insurance should be
cheaper and more flexible. The public is not yet adequately insured, and needs more protection in the form of income or retirement annuities. Interest and investment conditions are
hastening change.
From the standpoint of losses the fire insurance business has had a splendid year, the
ratio to premiums being only 28 per cent, as against over 48 per cent, in the previous year.
Some say that a loss ratio can be too low to be healthy for the business, but, in my opinion, REPORT OF THE  SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939. F 7
that is a queer view. I hope that the loss ratio will continue to be low. The volume of
premiums, some $3,950,000, has declined again, and it is interesting to compare the figures
of $4,370,000 in 1920 and $5,950,000 in 1930. The fall is considerable and only accounted for
in part by the reductions in premium rates. It may be inferred that both insurable values
and the volume of business have also fallen, but it is probable that owing to hard times many
properties are underinsured or no longer insured. Statistics in the United States are comparable.    The war will no doubt tend to send all figures higher.
The Dominion Department distinguishes in its annual report for the business-year of
1938 Canadian, British, and Foreign companies. The total number of companies is 275;
approximately, 20 per cent, were Canadian and did 24 per cent, of the business, 25 per cent,
were British and did 38 per cent, of the business, and 54 per cent, were Foreign and did the
remaining 38 per cent. The share of Canadian companies in the country's fire insurance is
steadily growing.
From time to time comment—or criticism—is heard on the cost of doing business,
including the insurance business. The " Twentieth Century Fund " recently sponsored a
survey from which the " chief single fact to emerge " is that it " costs considerably more on
the average to distribute goods than it does to make them: 59 per cent, for the services of
distribution and 41 per cent, for production." The cost of the entire distribution process is
broken down into 33 per cent, for retail costs, 18 per cent, for wholesale costs, 24 per cent,
for manufacturers' distribution cost, 23 per cent, for transportation, and 2 per cent, for
miscellaneous. The figures for the fire insurance business are 30.6 per cent, for acquisition
expenses and 18.5 per cent, for management expenses; these percentages being expressed as
ratios to premiums. Thus, in 1938 the total was 49.1 per cent., but in 1916 and 1925 the
corresponding totals were 36.2 and 41.4 per cent. The principal increase in acquisition
expenses is for agents' compensation, and the chief items in management expenses which
have risen are salaries and fees, rents, inspection, and taxes.
Stated in thousands as $2,459,000, the premiums written for automobile insurance were
exactly the same in 1938 and 1939. The losses, however, again declined in 1939 and the ratio
was' 47.02 per cent., being for the first time since 1933 below 50 per cent. It is generally
conceded that the number of cars insured is only between 30 and 40 per cent, for the whole
Province, so that there is still a large field open for new insurance.
The subject of compulsory automobile insurance has again become prominent through
the introduction of legislation in the State of New York, upon the recommendation of the
Superintendent of Insurance for that State. The bill was not finally dealt with and is to be
considered at the next session. The Superintendent's report mentions four important factors
which must exist in any plan if it is to succeed; namely, low rates, continuance of safety
measures, no State fund in competition with the insurance companies, and no political interference with rating matters or underwriting by the companies. I might recall that the
Association of Superintendents of Insurance for the Provinces was, in 1938, requested by the
Attorney-General for Manitoba and yourself to review the subject of compulsory automobile
insurance. At the annual Conference last year a factual report was accordingly submitted
and was sent to the appropriate officials in every Province.
The miscellaneous classes again record healthy growth and accident insurance is the
only class for which the premiums have decreased. Marine insurance shows the largest
volume and increase, the premiums amounting to $1,464,000. The classes in which new forms
of insurance are being devised, such as inland-transportation insurance and property-damage
insurance, came next in growth. The development may be illustrated by comparing the
premiums for 1934 and 1939, which were for inland-transportation insurance $110,000 and
$137,000 and for property-damage insurance $6,000 and $304,000. Knowledge of the " comprehensive " and " all-risk" types of coverage is spreading among the public, and I am
confident that a rich harvest awaits the companies which are most awake to the fact that
the public wants simple, broad, and inclusive insurance.
The revenue for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1940, exceeded the estimate, chiefly
due to the larger amount of tax on unlicensed insurance collected. Under the legislation
enacted at the last session the tax is now payable in respect of almost every class of insurance
placed with unlicensed insurers, instead of only certain classes, and it is anticipated that the
amount collected will increase. F 8
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
The  following  table  sets  out  particulars  of  the  licences  issued  to  insurance  agents,
insurance salesmen, insurance adjusters, and employees of insurance adjusters:—
Licences issued to.
1939.
1938.
1937.
■
1936.
1,238
1,203
797
25
23
1,330
1,175
936
26
23
1,301
1,163
904
27
20
1,220
Other than life insurance agents  -  	
1,139
857
27
20
About 40 per cent, carry on business in the cities of Vancouver, Victoria, and New Westminster. The numbers are large, but so is the number of licensed insurers. That condition
is not peculiar to British Columbia and is common to the United States and the rest of
Canada. Nor again is it confined to the insurance business. Every business and occupation
complains of too many competitors. Assuming a population of 750,000 (in round figures)
for the Province, there is approximately one life insurance agent for every 600 people, one
agent for other classes of insurance for every 625 people, and one insurance salesman for
every 950 people. From the standpoint of premiums (including renewal premiums) a life
insurance agent writes an average of $11,600 in premiums, while 2,000 agents and salesmen
would on an equal division get $4,125 apiece as their share of the premiums for all classes of
insurance except life and marine insurance. These amounts are gross, before any deduction
for operating the expenses of an insurance agency. The General Manager of the Canada
Life Assurance Company, Mr. McEvenue, recently stated in an address that his company had
made a study of comparative earnings. Its whole-time agents of at least five years' standing
earned on an average $2,407 per annum.
Both life and other insurance companies are alive to the situation. In the course of
putting their own houses in order they had to investigate agency arrangements. The life
insurance companies are beginning to select their producers more carefully and in smaller
numbers, with an eye to quality rather than quantity. The other kinds of insurance companies could well adopt similar steps. In this connection the Insurance Board is demonstrating that it can play a useful part. The standard of the insurance agent or business
cannot, however, be effectually raised unless the solid opinion of the insurance fraternity is
ready to endorse restrictive measures.
The Association of Superintendents of Insurance for the Provinces met last year at
Montreal and held a successful Conference. Certain legislation was recommended for uniform enactment and much valuable discussion on various subjects took place. The uniform
provisions were passed here at the last session and sundry other amendments.
"REAL-ESTATE AGENTS' LICENSING ACT."
There is no development of moment to record here. It might be mentioned that during
the years ended June 30th, 1939 and 1940, insurance companies, which had furnished bonds
as security, were called upon in one case in each year respectively. None of the defaulting
licensees were real-estate salesmen.
Licences issued to.
1939-40.
1938-39.
1937-38.
528
355
522
349
505
340
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. G. GARRETT,
Superintendent of Insurance. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
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Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees.
BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors.
W. J. Albutt. E. A. Albutt.
F. M. Chaldecott. F. G. Syder.
Capt. S. Robinson.
F. G. Syder, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1939.
Assets.
Mortgage loans on real estate  $33,500.00
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  40,726.82
Cash in bank  381.63
Interest accrued     386.43
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected  (net, commission deducted)  835.01
$75,829.89
Liabilities.
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.)  $18,512.30
Investment reserves        7,051.34
Capital stock—
Authorized   $25,000.00
Subscribed and paid up       9,600.00
Surplus      40,666.25
$75,829.89
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)   $20,114.96
Losses and claims incurred  $11,541.44
Commissions        7,318.50
Taxes          776.89
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses        1,430.80
     21,067.63
Underwriting loss        $952.67
Other revenue—
Interest earned      $3,193.44
Profit on sale of securities and real estate         250.00
3,443.44
Other expenditure—
Increase in deficiency of market under book value of securities  348.20
3,095.24
Net profit for the year     $2,142.57 F 62 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
EMPIRE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Kingston, Ont.
Directors.
C. P. Fell. W. A. MacKintosh.
A. H. Keith Russell. D. W. McCormick.
J. M. Campbell. D. R. McLaughlin.
N. A. Fairhead. Geo. M. Orr.
Geo. J. Guy.
L. T. Boyd, General Manager.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1939.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)   $514,726.39
Mortgage loans on real estate   1,659,049.80
Loans secured by stocks, bonds, etc.   4,500.00
Loans and advances to policyholders   879,801.66
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)   5,615,550.73
Stocks  (book value)    949,694.80
Cash on hand and in banks   280,517.82
Agents' debit balances  .  15,976.63
Accounts receivable   1,768.40
Interest dividends and rents due and accrued    110,426.96
Premiums due and uncollected and deferred  (net)   132,112.54
$10,164,125.73
Deduct assets not admitted—
Excess of total book value of ledger assets over total authorized
value    $307,832.80
Interest due and accrued on mortgages in default two years or
over  ,        3,000.00
Outstanding and overdue rents   842.19
        311,674.99
$9,852,440.74
Liabilities.
Liability under assurance and other contracts  (net)    $8,835,417.00
Liability for payments due under contracts  (net)    63,467.67
Provision for unreported death claims and disability claims  14,000.00
Amounts left with company   78,161.89
Premiums paid in advance   43,261.91
Dividends to policyholders due and unpaid  .  511.11
Provision for accrued profits to policyholders   50,000.00
Shareholders' surplus   30,000.00
Taxes, expenses, fees, and commissions due and accrued    16,821.80
Reserve for investments and contingencies   120,000.00
Unallotted surplus   287,654.36
Capital—
Authorized   $2,500,000.00
Subscribed       1,308,500.00
Paid up         313,145.00
$9,852,440.74 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939. F 63
Income.
Premium income     $1,009,851.17
Amounts left with Company   24,247.78
Interest, dividends, and rents           412,665.37
Gross profit on sale or maturity of real estate, bonds, and stocks        118,615.03
$1,565,379.37
Disbursements.
Disbursements under assurance and annuity contracts  (net)    $736,362.93
Payments under supplementary contracts  (net)   ,  2,056.51
Reduction in premiums resulting from application of dividends   603.10
Amounts left with the Company   17,717.70
Taxes, licences, and fees   17,201.49
Head  Office  expenses—Salaries,  directors'  fees,  auditors' fees,  travelling  expenses, rents, and miscellaneous   98,611.56
Branch Office and agency expenses—Commissions, salaries, advances made to
agents, travelling expenses, rent, and miscellaneous   189,801.91
All other expenses—Advertising, books and periodicals, express, telegrams and
telephones, legal fees, medical fees, office furniture, postage, printing and
stationery, commissions on loans, investment charges, and miscellaneous  36,318.73
Loss on sale or maturity of bonds, stocks, and real estate  38,268.70
Adjustment of ledger assets   45,000.00
Balance     383,136.74
$1,565,379.37
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 72.)
GRAND COUNCIL OF CANADIAN ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS.
Head Office—Hamilton, Ont.
Governing Executive Authority.
W. H.  Montague. J. L. Archer.
P. M. Button. A. Chevalier.
Wm. Benson.
C. H. Fitch, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1939.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)  $32,000.00
Loans on policies  154,737.69
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  2,693,975.35
Cash on hand and in banks  90,300.76
Interest due and accrued    35,853.12
Collections reported but not received by head office       13,280.05
Deposit, Quebec Government  5,000.00
Other assets   419.86
$3,025,566.83
Deduct assets not admitted—
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures in default...       248,327.51
$2,777,239.32 F 64 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims        $30,513.15
Premiums paid in advance  7,631.41
Commission   3,235.63
Reserves—
Mortuary Fund  $2,224,239.00
Sickness Fund          52,450.00
Funeral Fund         52,409.00
Child Insurance Fund  10,486.00
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Other liabilities   30.76
Balance         396,244.37
$2,777,239.32
Income.
Mortuary Fund  $345,068.43
Sickness and Funeral Fund  30,410.94
Child Insurance Fund  3,624.90
Guarantee Fund   191.26
Assessments, dues, and fees    1,501.28
Other revenue  35.73
Balance   11,938.08
$392,770.62
Disbursements.
Mortuary Fund       $272,304.13
Sickness and Funeral Fund  19,671.99
Child Insurance Fund  833.60
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, actuaries' fees and
expenses, travelling expenses, rents, printing and supplies, and miscellaneous   33,516.08
Agency and organization expenses—Commissions, salaries, travelling expenses,
and miscellaneous   51,371.59
All other expenses—Advertising, books and periodicals, legal fees, medical fees,
taxes and licences, telephone, telegrams, and express, agency printing and
stationery, light, fuel, and water, official publications, meeting of Supreme
Body, and miscellaneous  15,073.23
$392,770.62
Returns for British Columbia.
Income—
Mortuary Fund   $8,843.29
Sickness and Funeral Fund  462.52
Child Insurance Fund .  322.04
Guarantee Fund  4.20
General Fund   4.60
$9,636.65
Disbursements—
Mortuary Fund   $4,141.50
Sickness Fund  .  300.55
General Fund   338.50
$4,780.55 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939. F 65
HOME ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA.
Head Office—Calgary, Alberta.
Directors.
H. E. Wingfield. G. A. Wilson.
A. Corrie. Dr. W. D. Dixson.
G. Fisher. E. Roberts.
E. E. Murray. J. Harries.
J. G. Norstrant.
Geo. A. Wilson, General Manager.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1939.
Assets.
Mortgage loans on real estate .  $9,383.08
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  156,411.57
Cash on hand and in banks  66,317.32
Interest accrued  1,524.12
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net)  30,072.26
Furniture and fixtures  886.71
Other assets  358.00
$264,953.06
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1939..... $5,629.94
Prepaid licence         355.00
Furniture and fixtures       886.71
         6,871.65
$258,081.41
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims     $12,846.55
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent.)        57,133.65
Cash dividends to shareholders—
(a.)  Due and unpaid  928.00
(6.)  Declared, but not yet due        4,842.00
Taxes due and accrued         5,145.09
Return premiums and balances due agents  853.59
Reserves—
(a.)  For unreported claims       $4,000.00
(6.)   For cash surrender values         7,000.00
       11,000.00
Under reinsurance agreement       13,558.33
Other liabilities   94.36
Capital stock—
Authorized   $500,000.00
Subscribed      500,000.00
Paid up        60,632.00
Surplus       91,047.84
$258,081.41 F 66 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned  (net)  $207,044.28
Losses and claims incurred (net)  $84,047.38
Adjustment expenses  (net)       6,951.90
Commissions      59,074.59
Taxes         8,579.35
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses     18,735.63
All other expenses    24,233.43
201,622.28
Underwriting profit        $5,422.00
Other revenue—
Interest earned  '  $6,580.49
Premium on interest earned         48.59
     $6,629.08
Other expenditure—
Bad debts written off         578.67
        6,050.41
Net profit     $11,472.41
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 75, 79, 81, 83, 86-92.)
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors.
J. W. Berry. R. U. Hurford.
J. W. Miller. Hanford Lewis.
A. Blair, Jr. Thos. Laing.
Henry Rose. W. J. Park.
W. H. Higginson. C. E. Whitney-Griffiths.
Wm. Newby. Frank W. Machell.
Thos. S. Robertson.
Wm. Townsley, Manager-Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1939.
Assets.
Cash in bank   $1,146.82
Bonds  (book value)    40,601.25
Premiums due and unpaid  1,659.20
Premium instalments (not yet due)   31,420.82
Premium notes   112,320.92
Deferred commission   5,299.09
Other assets   160.81
$192,608.91 REPORT OF THE  SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939. F 67
Liabilities.
Reserve of unearned premiums   $16,196.75
Premium instalments reserve  31,420.82
Premium note reserve   112,320.92
Statutory reserve fund   11,500.00
Commissions earned   961.99
Accounts payable   6.68
Balance   20,201.75
$192,608.91
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned     $32,102.09
Losses and claims incurred (net)   $8,516.26
Adjustment expenses         245.23
Commissions        5,330.49
Taxes  :       854.55
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses      7,991.50
All other expenses      3,428.07
       26,366.10
Underwriting profit        $5,735.99
Interest earned     $1,310.27
Other revenue         125.14
         1,435.41
Net profit        $7,171.40
SASKATCHEWAN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Saskatoon, Sask.
Directors.
R. J. Harper. J. H. Evans.
Wm. Kershaw. O. C. Lawson.
D. Maclean. Alex. Ross.
J. H. Bailey. H. R. Earl.
H. J. Beck.
H. R. Earl, General Manager.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1939.
Assets.
Bond and debentures (book value)  $363,050.04
Cash on hand and in banks  107,632.31
Interest due and accrued  15,656.86
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  44,848.64
Amount due from reinsurance  16,219.30
Furniture, fixtures, and automobiles  9,437.42
Other assets   4,041.79
$560,886.36 F 68
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1939—. $4,654.22
Furniture, fixtures, and automobiles     9,437.42
Interest      5,582.20
Deficiency of market value under book value of bonds and debentures  :  47,995.21
$67,669.05
$493,217.31
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims	
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.)
Reinsurance premiums 	
Assessments prepaid	
Surplus 	
$18,717.19
226,920.04
4,133.17
471.20
242,975.71
$493,217.31
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned  (net)    $277,860.43
Losses and claims incurred (net)   $93,862.60
Adjustment expenses  (net)       22,629.85
Commissions      48,386.95
Taxes        8,080.54
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses      39,236.07
All other expenses     18,045.91
     230,241.92
Underwriting profit
Other revenue—
Interest earned 	
Bad debts written off
Miscellaneous	
Other expenditure—
Life insurance premium
Extinguishers 	
Retirement Fund	
$11,499.84
1,645.38
210.38
$13,355.60
$233.40
131.06
2,606.40
2,970.86
$47,618.51
10,384.74
Net profit
$58,003.25
Returns for British Columbia.
(See page 76.) REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939. F 69
THE STANSTEAD AND SHERBROOKE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
STOCK MUTUAL.
Head Office—Sherbrooke, Quebec.
Directors.
Amedee Caron. Jacob Nicol.
A. E. Curtis. F. J. Southwood.
Chas. B. Howard. W. L. R. Stewart.
Walter G. Hunt. T. A. St. Germain.
N. R. Mitchell.
J. G. Armitage, Secretary and Treasurer.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1939.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)  $120,581.07
Mortgage loans on real estate  199,387.05
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  844,132.20
Stocks  (book value)  100,710.00
Cash on hand and in banks  79,900.29
Interest and rents due and accrued _.  13,714.20
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  56,592.76
Premiums due from reinsuring companies  13,105.49
Amount due from reinsurance  18,421.60
Plans, furniture, and fixtures  6,981.69
Reinsurance reserve   25,663.19
Other assets  990.65
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1939 . $1,157.82
Plans, furniture, and fixtures     6,981.69
Deficiency of market value under book value of bonds and debentures  :  66,926.00
Deficiency of market under book value of stocks     1,187.90
Interest due on mortgage     1,371.05
Other assets :        990.65
$1,480,180.19
  78,615.11
$1,401,565.08
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims  $24,033.66
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent.) :  272,707.31
Expenses due and accrued  6,563.79
Taxes due and accrued  6,552.19
Reinsurance premiums payable  22,212.41
Reinsurance losses payable  11,824.68
Return premiums and balances due agents  125.02
Capital—
Authorized  $200,000.00
Subscribed      200,000.00
Paid up         170,000.00
Surplus         887,546.02
$1,401,565.08 F 70 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)      $323,880.60
Losses and claims incurred (net)  $151,001.12
Adjustment expenses (net)         6,866.59
Commissions  ■     76,422.83
Taxes        14,701.57
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       40,779.15
All other expenses       12,524.33
 302,295.59
Underwriting profit _        $21,585.01
Other revenue—
Interest earned .  $45,435.09
Dividends earned        3,658.00
Rents earned       4,941.79
     $54,034.88
Other expenditure—
Increase in deficiency of market under book value of securities 3,677.90
  50,356.98
Net profit        $71,941.99
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 76, 92.)
WESTERN EMPIRE LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Winnipeg, Man.
Directors.
Richard W. Craig, K.C. Charles W. Laidlaw.
Dr. Angus J. Fraser. William Hudson.
Dr. Alex. M. Campbell.
H. S. Robinson, General Manager.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1939.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)  $205,976.72
Mortgage loans on real estate  803,593.40
Loans and advances to policyholders  228,093.99
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  72,163.81
Cash on hand and in banks  5,180.00
Interest due and accrued  197,274.05
Premiums due and uncollected and deferred (net)  38,013.74
$1,550,295.71
Liabilities.
Liability under assurance and other contracts (net)  $1,274,023.00
Amounts left with Company  50,696.00
Premiums paid in advance  18,223.55
Dividends to policyholders due and unpaid .  1,507.50
Taxes due and accrued  4,900.00
Unclaimed dividends   86.00 REPORT OF THE  SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
F 71
Salaries, actuarial fees, rents, and office expenses due and accrued .
Advance payments  ....
Borrowed money	
Bank overdraft	
Payments held in suspense	
Estimated bonuses due under managers' contracts	
Audit of 1939	
Directors' fees 	
Surplus contingently allotted to deferred dividend policyholders..
Provision for quinquennial dividends not yet due	
Shareholders' surplus 	
Undivided surplus 	
Contingent reserve 	
Capital—
Authorized .	
Subscribed 	
$1,000,000.00
239,400.00
$531.87
25.99
62,000.00
4,567.89
516.90
1,700.00
650.00
550.00
18,397.50
7,354.00
8,000.00
75.51
25,000.00
Paid up
71,490.00
$1,550,295.71
Income.
Premiums (net) 	
Consideration for supplementary contracts..
Amounts left with Company	
Interest, dividends, and rents	
Calls on capital	
Other income 	
Increase by adjustment, real estate, bonds, mortgages, and agreements-
Balance 	
$191,234.05
2,963.45
19,680.27
55,218.38
1,490.00
170.00
6,540.57
49,387.27
$326,683.99
Disbursements.
Disbursements under assurance and annuity contracts (net).
Payments on supplementary contracts (net).
Reduction in premiums resulting from application of dividends (net)	
Amounts left with Company	
Taxes, licences, and fees	
Head  Office expenses—Salaries,  directors'  fees,  auditors'  fees,  travelling  expenses, rents, and miscellaneous
Branch office and agency expenses—Commissions, salaries, travelling expenses,
rents, and miscellaneous.
All other expenses—Advertising, books, telegrams and telephones, legal fees,
medical fees, postage, printing and stationery, exchange, and investment
expenses 	
Loss on sale of real estate, bonds, and debentures	
Decrease by adjustment, real estate, bonds, debentures, mortgages, and agreements  	
$182,410.34
5,195.16
310.90
10,606.31
7,264.67
33,306.94
53,466.79
14,581.04
3,154.08
16,386.96
$326,683.99
Returns for British Columbia.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
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 Equitable Assurance Co. of N.Y.
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.    _
* Baltimore American Insurance Co—....
Bankers and Shippers Insurance Co	
Bankers' & Traders' Insurance Co., Ltd..
Beaver Fire Insurance Co  	
Bee Fire Insurance Company _ —
Boston Insurance Co..—  __ -_..
British America Assurance Co.	
British & European Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Canadian 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 Security Assurance Co	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co  	
Canadian General Insurance Co. —
Canadian Indemnity Co. ...
Canadian Surety Co..
Car & 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 —	
** China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd—
Citizens Insurance Co. of Jersey City 	
* City of New York Insurance Co	
Columbia Insurance Co  	
Commerce Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd—	
Commercial Union Fire Insurance 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	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.
Eagle Fire Co. of New York.—..	
Eagle Star Insurance Co., Ltd	
Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd.
Ensign Insurance Co-
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co 	
Essex & Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society, Ltd..
Eureka Security Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Excess Insurance Co., Ltd.   	
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Co 	
Carried forward ._ 	
$21,256.65
36,653.72
9,469.88
39,850.37
14,433.07
2,417.15
5,000.43
7,433.66
19,177.47
6,282.91
16,362.87
42,736.31
9.50
11,596.84
6,688.01
34,742.98
2,786.54
5,802.44
6,858.61
27,265.93
2,500.22
8,343.05
23,865.42
29,162.87
6,250.54
13,353.87
13,223.96
10,038.83
16,574.22
12,185.47
33,689.66
2,500.22
17,621.27
13,751.18
8,850.28
27,979.98
13,330.96
13,936.87
6,634.06
10,812.07
3,709.04
7,070.31
4,801.84
1,491.68
20,306.40
1,361.49
7,085.55
2,704.62
49,067.95
1,250.11
11,244.82
5,406.43
18,441.84
36,801.34
Nil
28,868.93
10,978.76
2,648.42
27,932.95
480.37
25,878.59
10,341.62
6,881.26
5,923.68
2,183.62
8,118.65
12,080.67
31,038.87
$7,421.15
11,543.59
3,420.17
5,828.71
1,991.47
557.13
1,312.26
2,567.79
5,158.94
4,055.12
3,101.74
11,362.83
Nil
2,598.57
1,812.42
9,437.49
847.46
354.20
1,321.18
8,433.55
656.13
1,263.34
9,442.46
9,550.81
1,640.32
1,313,40
2,274.03
9,932.37
3,132.88
1,441.40
4,497.25
656.13
5,880.08
3,608.71
4,381.96
16,725.39
5,134.44
9,407.83
783.38
1,933.08
72.42
2,999.05
354.04
34.01
5,783.65
40.65
2,473.71
717.13
11,758.17
328.06
1,754.52
2,333.25
2,735.07
17,918.15
Nil
8,532.84
405.63
169.07
9,124.10
111.60
576.31
1,359.56
1,343.86
1,373.47
1,102.19
800.24
4,660.31
4,029.73
$945,530.15
$259,671.95
$21,267.44
33,290.02
10,940.48
41,989.06
12,703.47
2,716.40
5,662.32
7,985.76
20,120.08
6,683.64
17,331.10
44,983.34
32.84
13,384.20
10,433.53
34,694.34
2,065.25
5,570.71
6,733.79
30,015.62
3,126.34
12,237.18
24,609.19
29,791.39
6,339.96
14,248.91
13,593.43
17,331.09
16,923.13
11,436.12
33,626.00
3,126.34
16,521.32
14,538.25
9,751.78
34,044.86
17,867.62
14,539.70
6,791.43
11,847.29
3,509.29
7,917.14
5,876.12
1,558.07
19,620.90
1,366.69
7,207.64
3,235.83
54,239.06
1,267.99
12,298.78
6,841.78
18,643.14
32,607.06
NU
29,868.20
11,623.24
3,134.83
31,850.55
24,895.30
9,866.65
6.555.44
6,532.51
10,655.02
7,453.49
11,240.64
33,144.93
$6,534.59
18,995.07
3,017.17
1,014.35
1,991.47
593.03
1,149.26
2,567.79
5,301.24
4,005.12
4,260.55
13,866.33
Nil
3,340.64
—740.58
9,309.28
912.46
— 1,379.80
1,252.12
8,714.55
553.13
563.34
9,935.24
9,618.81
1,489.32
1,894.40
1,501.29
10,121.37
5,248.28
1,464.55
4,349.03
553.13
1,868.80
3,234.71
4,840.96
16,978.19
5,474.44
6,959.83
971.32
1,639.46
67.42
2,654.42
369.83
87.01
5,356.32
250.97
2,178.19
720.42
10,782.17
298.06
70152
2,387.25
3,658.70
17,928.65
Nil
8,639.04
410.63
380.07
10,692.82
107.50
597.31
1,032.03
3,319.86
1,721.97
263.19
870.24
4,663.41
5,331.35
$1,003,905.01  |    $259,434.59 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
F 75
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward .
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	
t First National Insurance Co. of America .
Fonciere Fire Insurance Co   -	
* Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of Philadelphia 	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp., Ltd.-
General Fire Insurance Co. of Paris — - —
t General Insurance Co. of America 	
Girard Fire & Marine Insurance Co -—
Glens Falls Insurance Co  —	
§ Globe and Republic Insurance Co. of America .
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada    	
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Great American Insurance Co    —
Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd. —	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada.. —	
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd.- 	
Halifax Fire Insurance Co.   — 	
Hanover Fire Insurance Co. .	
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co.-
Hardware Mutual Fire Insurance Co  —
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.     	
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Company .
Home Assurance Co. of Canada 	
Home Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
* Home Insurance Co. of New York	
* Homestead Fire Insurance Co.	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Assurance Co.
Imperial Guarantee & Accid. Insur. Co. of Canada .
Imperial Insurance Office    	
Indiana Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance 	
Insurance Co. of North America ._ —  	
Jersey Insurance Company   	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd	
Legal & General Assurance Society .
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co. — _ 	
tt Local Government Guarantee Society, Ltd.-  	
London & County Insurance Co., Ltd. —   — 	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd  —	
London & Provincial Marine & Gen. Insur. Co., Ltd	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd.	
London Assurance   -  	
London-Canada Insurance Co.     „   	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd — -	
Lumberman's Insurance Co   	
Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co...   	
Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Co.  	
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd.     _ 	
Maryland Insurance Co., Ltd..  	
Mercantile Insurance Co  - 	
Merchants & Manufacturers Fire Insurance Co.
Merchants Fire Assurance Corporation of N.Y.
Merchants Marine Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Mercury Insurance Co.   	
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co 	
Millers National Insurance Co.   	
Mill Owners Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Iowa ".
Milwaukee Mechanics' Insurance Co. 	
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Motor Union Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of B.C.. — 	
National Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co.. 	
$945,630.15
6,734.79
25,589.40
28,138.62
14,633.38
2,718.21
10,319.86
5,190.55
7,281.90
6,020.28
93,482.00
439.45
3,976.42
2,824.16
8,837.89
9,342.20
22,102.15
83,478.11
12,262.98
14,022.73
134,052.98
4,442.07
30,741.51
3,594.23
36,882.81
9,995.00
19,120.55
13.845.53
85,972.43
11,058.69
14,171.10
4,500.69
16,206.30
5,096.92
44,923.26
28,701.26
24,724.27
31,640.82
68,950.52
14,140.62
17,643.65
7,021.00
71,494.99
4,538.88
8,134.51
44,143.92
3,832.05
14,171.10
11,392.35
3,102.81
3,709.79
Nil
4,985.47
10,908.32
12,893.82
31,979.55
10,447.14
2,939.55
4,323.31
27,698.45
3,745.65
64,209.03
30,745.39
5,406.04
32,190.30
12,583.32
Carried forward.
$2,349,927.18
$259,671.95
1,480.58
3,898.68
1,632.20
3.194.32
261.83
727.35
612.42
1,463.56
552.81
37,770.50
235.12
1,619.54
Nil
3,748.82
7,034.45
5,020.67
31,852.94
5,987.06
4,609.37
16,607.91
1,178.66
2,255.60
1,884.89
5,934.42
6,270.54
2,974.42
1,900.11
28,079.53
4,690.82
4,947.44
209.49
2,346.86
356.04
6,038.34
10.448.18
4,427.72
3,258.20
29,412.30
5,998.10
5,989.80
2,015.83
52,560.39
504.79
1,014.77
14,650.39
1,419.82
4,947.44
5,967.95
356.05
543.94
NU
3,668.72
2,331.93
8,519.38
7,713.81
285.88
138.26
2,335.20
12,707.00
1,941.20
3,792.41
2,564.64
966.55
12,031.26
4,922.75
$1,003,905.01  I    $259,434.59
7,961.97
32,193.94
28,876.80
14,685.86
4,958.71
10,174.16
5,236.27
9,634.32
6,701.68
95,455.38
659.95
4,335.16
2,308.26
9,896.43
8,425.43
24,789.16
85,118.31
12,876.23
14,780.75
67,483.12
4,820.28
24,924.34
16,840.04
38,427.50
8,496.56
25,397.82
14,851.92
123,106.67
12,383.22
14,415.24
4,654.49
17,550.21
5,006.46
41,134.63
31,305.60
25,727.08
31,165.68
74,888.38
15,834.29
18,949.04
6,265.96
76,223.67
4,667.57
9,326.91
46,245.24
7,354.21
14,418.28
11,809.48
3,690.92
4,347.30
Nil
3,431.68
11,237.85
12,498.86
36,586.73
12,611.96
2,522.26
4,484.84
26,672.55
4,138.58
33,317.79
25,168.31
5,930.48
32,102.09
13,466.23
$664,483.90
$2,408,856.10
1,530.58
3,668.68
1,611.27
3,115.01
240.84
677.35
1,253.46
5,111.60
552.81
40,811.22
235.12
1,609.54
8.00
3,318.03
7,027.45
5,343.38
35,156.43
7,694.12
5,202.37
63,928.31
1,268.66
2,547.10
1,018.56
8,925.62
5,366.08
2,949.42
1,864.11
17,041.53
4,151.78
4,356.40
375.49
2,377.62
369.71
5,527.69
9,808.18
4,739.22
4,386.97
23,450.69
5,308.82
5,937.20
1,941.83
50,815.39
504.79
87.77
21,796.67
1,412.91
4,356.40
— 1,773.85
347.38
579.04
Nil
3,772.89
2,230.93
8,549.83
3,153.01
2,709.88
142.26
2,303.07
— 2,437.80
1,950.98
3,812.41
2,028.80
819.75
8,516.26
4,899.10
$671,820.71 F 76
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward— —  	
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 Security Fire Insurance Co  -
National Union Fire Insurance  — —
Newark Fire Insurance Co  -	
* New Brunswick Fire Insurance Co	
New England Fire Insurance Co. — -
New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co	
New York Underwriters Insurance Co. .
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd.-
North Empire Fire Insurance Co. — —	
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd - — 	
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association 	
Northwestern National Insurance Co 	
North West Fire Insurance Co. — — 	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co..
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd..
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co—  	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co. 	
Pacific Fire Insurance Co   —	
Palatine Insurance Co., Ltd.   	
Patriotic Assurance Co., Ltd... 	
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd — -  	
Pennsylvania Lumbermen's Mutual Fire Insurance Co..
Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of Paris  —	
Philadelphia Fire & Marine Assurance Co.   	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd  —  	
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford — —	
Pioneer Insurance Co.  - j— 	
Planet Assurance Co., Ltd  -   	
Providence Fire Assurance Co. of Paris   	
Providence Washington Insurance Co   	
Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd.- — - 	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd —  	
Quebec Fire Assurance Co     	
Queen Insurance Co. of America	
Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co..
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada _
Rhode Island Insurance Co 	
Royal Exchange Assurance .....
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd.
Royal Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd  	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Saskatchewan Mutual Fire 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	
Security National Insurance Co. 	
Sentinel Fire Insurance Co  	
South British Insurance Company, Ltd.  	
Southern Insurance Co., Ltd.     	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Ltd.	
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Fire Insurance Co., stock mutual
State Assurance Co., Ltd   	
Sun Insurance Office    	
§ Sussex Fire Insurance Co    	
Switzerland General Insurance Co., Ltd.  	
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. ._
Toronto General Insurance Co   —
Travelers Fire Insurance Co..  	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd..
Carried forward..	
$2,349,927.18
14,925.08
11,078.57
7,070.31
5,398.93
6,008.74
10,461.93
7,602.85
1,080.83
6,396.80
4,628.30
13,353.93
35,249.03
14,171.10
16,889.50
109,489.26
9,491.10
5,000.43
49,001.45
10,694.15
13,751.18
41,714.51
12,190.51
12,322.64
15,001.29
8,871.35
29,239.01
4,154.54
2,010.19
7,777.19
108,527.74
15,780.69
6,220.51
7,772.55
8,250.12
6,849.94
33,131.00
24,214.71
17,844.47
31,970.04
8.503.04
7,432.51
5,544.13
14,926.14
40,309.91
98,890.50
4,809.36
13,905.08
14,887.98
7,116.36
6,946.66
21,801.69
15,386.38
4,062.47
2,301.76
1,080.83
11,256.80
5,283.54
44,686.51
3,276.45
5,394.97
45,551.32
15,189.49
NU
13,330.97
97,246.63
23,752.04
$664,483.90
3,704.91
260.62
2,999.05
966.54
2,551.20
191.43
3,224.94
583.80
848.03
1,786.80
754.45
7,783.61
4,947.44
3,204.84
24,104.73
1,881.67
1,312.26
26,704.10
1,652.16
3,608.71
19,394.79
2,951.79
3,249.43
3,936.77
4,297.16
11,550.55
354.91
98.75
3,984.08
40,267.89
9,415.19
2,638.59
5,641.28
10,894.33
5,565.15
23,226.72
10.066.85
3,808.98
13,486.12
4,629.56
901.19
1,826.21
1,930.49
6,888.62
39,805.98
2,033.97
6,234.74
1,836.17
640.20
520.69
2,111.88
1,642.15
1,209.07
172.93
583.80
1,033.74
1,043.08
21,628.20
1,918.76
966.55
20,076.16
12,965.94
Nil
5,134.44
7,426.17
6,233.22
$2,408,856.10
18,813.72
11,986.59
7,917.14
5,915.03
4,934.32
10,130.84
8,512.73
1,128.19
8,080.69
5,651.37
16,491.41
37,086.93
14,415.24
19,388.20
109,786.66
10,283.94
6,662.32
54,169.77
12,410.69
9,471.69
44,813.04
12,793.86
8,157.67
16,514.82
9,391.35
27,064.81
4,863.69
2,750.58
5,818.62
104,157.37
17,115.22
6,965.56
8,274.01
9,455.46
6,900.77
30,652.19
20,774.63
16,972.48
35,706.64
9,766.85
7,285.79
6,664.48
44,026.45
105,613.37
5,290.56
14,726.41
10,719.45
8,284.37
8,898.91
25,387.38
14,990.77
4,830.52
1,492.48
1,121.22
9,666.65
5,914.72
46,180.61
5,331.40
5,918.55
44,799.68
15,035.63
NU
17,867.63
87,871.70
24,682.21
$671,820.71
3,312.91
275.62
2,654.42
819.74
2,551.20
263.40
2,854.34
575.76
715.53
1,800.54
955.17
6,140.65
4,356.40
3,187.84
20,981.82
1,946.39
1,149.26
29,618.10
2,027.16
3,719.71
16,992.17
3,110.60
578.43
3,489.77
6,394.38
2,949.55
485.10
98.75
4,022.08
34,126.16
9,186.99
2,335.37
6.192.89
10,887.73
5,500.99
22,767.27
144.85
3,972.98
11,936.36
5,621.23
1,060.62
1,588.22
1,408.36
5,492.62
35,615.54
2,023.97
6,656.36
1,836.17
1,243.86
530.69
5,497.88
404.15
1,208.07
246.43
575.76
1,546.74
1,061.30
21,431.05
1,906.09
819.75
16,521.17
12,080.21
Nil
5,474.44
8,464.62
5,617.22
$3,628,387.17     $1,083,778.43
$3,702,602.15  | $1,052,831.61 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
F 77
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
S3.628.387 17     ill 083.778.4*
$3,702,602.15
22,784.79
28,994.15
23,188.69
$1,052,831.61
6,216.39
8,997.05
4,356.40
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co. of Paris	
** Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd  _.	
22,652.52
28,418.35
14,171.10
7,191.39
5,370.65
4,947.44
2,473.71
356.05
8,577.11
141.73
16,605.13
3,697.86
4,931.98
11,941.71
694.00
3,576.15
j| United British Insurance Co., Ltd. — —	
7,085.55
10,901.56
32,923.18
5,147.97
7,207.64
10,495.41
34,161.91
3,977.23
63,621.47
10,871.66
18,165.81
8,949.84
5,804.45
22,266.55
2,178.19
8,865.11
56,580.42
6,116.90
16,545.66
10,954.06
4,958.31
21,324.08
17,746.38
3,704.96
5,225.98
Wellington Fire Insurance Co 	
World Fire & Marine Insurance Co.  	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd.  —	
9,500.25
964.00
3,333.15
Totals
$3,866,166.83
$1,154,283.34
$3,953,091.73
$1,134,353.46
$3,657.36
49.75
4,514.74
34,399.02
17,472.66
6,094.56
7,584.97
6,083.24
7,617.90
7,516.47
1,333.13
4,547.82
8,850.73
$3,719.18
NU
368.59
12,473.15
3,141.78
7,388.18
1,004.58
65.71
6,795.58
976.33
118.63
399.53
974.25
Note.—These figures  are included  in the foregoing
figures for the insurers whose names are preceded by
the same sign.
Reciprocal Exchanges.
Net Premium
Deposits
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net Premium
Deposits
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Affiliated Underwriters   — - —
American Exchange Underwriters —	
Canadian Reciprocal Exchange   	
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter Insurance Bureau ...      —  	
Individual Underwriters  — —	
Lumbermen's Underwriting Alliance.- 	
Metropolitan Inter-Insurers    -	
New York Reciprocal Exchange. — —	
Underwriters Exchange  - 	
Totals   — _	
$14,015.73
2,955.60
1,362.60
2,502.60
3,224.74
27,571.50
504.71
5,720.95
2,303.19
$1,145.69
6.20
3.10
3,157.30
NU
12,851.96
Nil
3.10
6.20
$60,161.62 |       $17,173.55
$11,852.27
2,541.43
1,678.57
2,529.32
3,864.70
27,902.32
917.78
5,698.73
2,521.15
$1,225.69
6.20
3.10
3,157.30
NU
12,851.96
NU
3.10
6.20
$59,506.27 [      $17,253.55
J I	
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE SUMMARY.
Ratio Losses
Year.
Net Premiums
Net Amount of
Net Premiums
Net Amount of
incurred to
written.
Losses paid.
earned.
Losses incurred.
Premiums
,
earned.
1935. 	
$4,004,000
$1,696,000
$3,941,000
$1,430,000
36.27
1936 	
3,975,000
1,225,000
3,969,000
1,169,000
29.45
1937 	
4,167,000
1,713,000
4,082,000
1,877,000 -
45.96
1938. 	
4,056,000
2,071,000
4,105,000
2,011,000
49.00
1939 -
3,866,000
1,154,000
3,953,000
1.134,000
28.70 F 78
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939.
Name of Insurer.
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.    	
Anglo Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd. _
Arex Indemnity Company	
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd  -	
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co., Ltd	
Boston Insurance Co -  	
British America Assurance Co  	
British Canadian Insurance Co 	
British Empire Assurance Co 	
British General Insurance Co., Ltd	
British Law Insurance Co   •.
British Oak Insurance Co., Ltd.. —	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd	
Caledonian Insurance Co — 	
Camden Fire Insurance Association 	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada Security Assurance Co 	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co 	
Canadian General Insurance Co  	
Canadian Indemnity Co. -	
Canadian Surety Co...
Car & General Insurance Corporation-
Casualty Co. of Canada  —
* Central Insurance Co., Ltd. 	
Central Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co..
Century Insurance Co., Ltd — 	
China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd -	
Commercial Casualty Insurance Co.-
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd	
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 	
Eagle Fire Co. of New York _ -...
Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Co  —
Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd...
Eureka-Security Fire & Marine Insurance Co _.
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of N.Y.. _.
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada.—  	
Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Co.- —	
Fire Association of Philadelphia. ._.. -	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.. 	
Firemen's Insurance Co., Newark..  	
t First National Insurance Co.—	
Fonciere Transport & Accident Insurance Co	
t Franklin Fire Insurance Co  	
General Accident Assurance Co - —	
General Accident Fire & Life Assur. Corporation, Ltd.
General Casualty Co. of America.-  	
General Exchange Insurance Corporation	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Glens Fall Insurance Co  - 	
Globe Indemnity Co  - 	
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance 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..
Carried forward. _ 	
Net
Premiums
written.
NU
Nil
NU
$2,744.34
27.75
219.28
21,721.57
52,709.86
NU
7,129.33
1,052.75
7,722.55
65,024.21
247.82
38,699.90
12,091.67
14,554.34
8,546.84
15,997.85
8,996.60
13,382.83
3,406.64
2,986.88
24,572.16
20,443.43
26,599.17
7,881.47
24,913.78
29,420.96
4,596.59
9,675.69
187.16
7,254.06
NU
40,870.38
13,888.60
Nil
519.48
Nil
12,426.36
NU
5,748.46
33,925.65
829.80
Nil
31,032.48
918.46
Nil
2,680.25
9,005.85
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
13,113.47
16,952.23
47,030.85
33,256.78
18,593.94
26,320.37
27,345.57
7,788.17
3,056.06
1,973.48
179,419.65
32,003.73
63,672.09
111.60
Net Losses
paid.
Nil
Nil
NU
$12,159.16
NU
165.01
9,308.92
19,841.55
NU
2,904.56
Nil
2,010.19
36,662.04
24.44
29,482.73
2,432.73
3,978.08
4,133.64
6,168.72
8,246.99
3,547.02
275.40
1,042.37
11,884.21
21,247.10
12,445.98
9,720.79
11,762.64
14,915.35
2,304.91
2,453.26
Nil
2,904.56
Nil
8,809.79
6,717.16
NU
114.65
Nil
3,677.73
NU
2,157.39
35,194.40
392.96
Nil
12,955.90
21.40
Nil
172.04
5,025.18
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
5,178.48
5,930.77
10,223.21
26,601.16
4,286.89
15,829.82
16,534.18
4,179.95
1,166.57
1,485.10
82,338.78
16,297.90
26,365.59
Nil
,055,291.24  j     $523,679.35
Net
Premiums
earned.
NU
Nil
NU
$9,135.72
25.19
362.40
21,822.54
57,783.97
NU
7,457.99
726.54
7,732.77
65,986.47
154.94
40,349.02
10,704.83
14,779.09
10,003.62
15,870.29
14,455.96
13,228.67
3,289.55
2,818.92
19,785.35
20,729.10
30,222.62
9,287.47
27,217.20
30,601.55
5,849.04
8,723.60
193.63
7,582.73
NU
25,078.71
16,595.79
NU
628.66
Nil
11,282.59
NU
5,375.69
34,387.70
786.72
Nil
30,826.68
607.53
Nil
2,730.65
10,395.15
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
14,650.43
17,371.18
47,614.29
32,216.97
17,028.71
24,290.34
29,600.60
4,849.69
3,819.08
3,248.42
164,027.06
32,364.84
62,410.40
116.05
$1,049,184.71
Net Losses
incurred.
Nil
Nil
NU
$8,531.41
NU
129.01
10,274.92
10,917.55
NU
2,507.06
3,715.00
1,573.19
47,297.05
24.44
18,138.73
2,837.73
8,401.08
4,224.64
5,368.72
8,599.77
2,700.02
125.40
1,446.47
16,950.21
18,732.10
9,953.23
150.79
9,119.64
12,251.41
594.91
1,728.26
NU
2,507.06
NU
17,137.77
8,696.16
NU
342.65
Nil
3,679.68
NU
3,598.90
34,414.40
307.96
Nil
4,775.90
71.40
Nil
172.04
4,174.17
NU
NU
Nil
Nil
6,168.48
5,390.77
11,813.21
25,062.56
4,866.89
12,595.82
6,700.18
4,179.95
1,581.57
1,161.10
92,124.78
8,753.90
34,314.34
Nil
$499,884.38 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
F 79
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939
—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward .
Hardware Mutual Fire Insurance Co. .
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co  	
Home Assurance Co. of Canada ._	
X Home Insurance Co. —	
% Homestead Fire Insurance Co. 	
* Hudson Bay Insurance Co.	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Ins. Co. of Canada	
Imperial Insurance Office'  —	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America  	
Indiana Lumbermen Mutual Insurance Co  	
Insurance Co. of North America 	
Jersey Insurance Company  —  	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Legal & General Insurance Society, Ltd   	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co.— 	
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co.    -	
London & County Insurance Co., Ltd.	
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. 	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co.     —	
London & Provincial Marine General Insurance Co., Ltd.
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation  	
London Assurance —    	
London-Canada Insurance Co. ,  j	
London Guarantee & Accident Co.  -	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co.   -
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. 	
Maryland Casualty Co.  	
Merchants Marine Insurance Co.   —	
Mercury Insurance Co. —	
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co 	
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co. 	
Milwaukee Mechanics' Insurance Co 	
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. of America	
National Union Fire Insurance Co	
Newark Fire Insurance Co—  	
New England Fire Insurance Co..   	
New York Underwriters Insurance Co 	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.   	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd.   	
Northwest Casualty Co. — 	
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association 	
Northwestern National Insurance Co 	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co.    	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd. .
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co.  	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co —	
Palatine Insurance Co. ..    —   _	
Patriotic Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd.  	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford 	
* Pioneer Insurance Co.   	
Providence Washington Insurance Co  	
Provincial Insurance Co. .J    	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Queen Insurance Co   	
Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd.	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co 	
Rhode Island Insurance Co 	
Royal Exchange Assurance  	
* Royal Insurance Co., Ltd   	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co  	
$1,055,291.24
41.45
12,466.12
1,532.69
75,358.74
16,130.68
4,264.74
10,999.35
38.20
Nil
77.77
Nil
14,370.71
15,869.07
15,393.02
3,001.26
7,622.24
44,502.85
8,363.10
11,367.13
678.14
6,311.78
31,971.24
64,559.85
1,083.24
6,092.63
3,035.25
9,478.32
1,189.90
15,304.95
316.47
38,377.75
111.84
30,247.97
1,811.29
Nil
Nil
134.62
2,744.67
79.12  |
Nil
Nil
16,718.60
12,395.71
31,050.28
41,509.60
446.27
29,241.32
2,986.01
48,420.24
10,643.53
6,986.70
5,341.77
2,767.84
30,660.55
95,669.70
NU
3,978.11
41,128.47
43,685.43
3,307.20
6,718.01
7,341.90
Nil
18,292.93
35,130.58
1,571.35
$523,679.35
Nil
3,304.11
3,244.78
40,705.26
16,160.94
738.38
2,333.98
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
4,938.53
24,621.22
8,845.28
1,766.30
3,235.27
12,247.97
5,699.29
2,614.65
156.49
1,487.11
23,743.90
36,796.26
288.44
152.35
1,014.89
11,616.35
34.53
6,503.07
33.10
5,892.21
NU
13,222.55
1,349.54
Nil
Nil
79.84
1,366.56
NU
Nil
Nil
8,444.77
4,205.68
9,297.56
12,275.44
239.87
7,628.13
95.75
23,262.51
5,265.83
2,904.56
2,583.52
941.91
18,056.15
45,315.70
Nil
Carried forward
$2,006,211.49
1,150.77
22,029.17
22,175.79
1,639.89
657.75
910.57
NU
10,363.81
20,656.65
1,369.92
$1,049,184.71
77.13
15,699.33
3,301.73
72,726.32
19,519.24
4,151.44
10,198.29
74.48
Nil
69.60
NU
12,641.08
17,798.48
16,949.81
3,306.39
6,450.32
43,473.69
7,910.91
11,157.91
710.74
6,282.31
42,354.30
64,366.10
1,184.04
3,583.25
2,640.61
9,217.00
767.71
16,956.97
185.95
23,428.51
116.12
32,689.66
1,777.35
NU
Nil
362.80
2,945.28
46.49
NU
Nil
17,002.23
12,558.11
31,252.77
39,200.86
581.62
30,129.05
2,682.21
47,080.75
11,301.72
7,308.80
6,337.16
2,430.03
31,457.80
97,345.69
Nil
3,286.72
39,117.91
41,025.83
3,546.89
6,481.18
7,815.16
NU
18,953.53
38,781.51
1,873.37
$499,884.38
Nil
4,364.11
3,378.68
39,202.31
17,380.94
$979,344.20
$2,001,846.95
613.38
8,893.33
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
4,509.53
11,176.22
3,710.28
716.30
6,990.27
14,088.97
6,104.29
3,289.65
156.49
3,802.11
25,924.84
27,896.26
—647.56
124.85
2,289.49
— 4,283.65
34.53
15,242.39
118.88
10,791.25
NU
5,887.55
715.94
Nil
Nil
4.84
1,115.56
21.27
Nil
Nil
12,234.77
5,150.68
22,117.56
13,201.64
239.87
8,528.13
765.75
32,176.51
5,189.31
2,607.06
3,622.52
1,174.91
18,771.15
34,632.70
Nil
2,156.30
18,953.74
25,048.79
1,337.89
796.52
2,075.57
Nil
9,818.81
7,453.65
1,343.92
$942,885.43 F 80
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939
•—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net Losses
paid.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
$2,006,211.49
2,567.70
59,545.60
6,242.14
11,144.58
NU
2,376.41
2,769.17
16,197.50
21,983.43
1,554.46
8,870.36
Nil
6,410.13
105.97
24,850.90
49,005.56
	
39,533.94
1,375.29
Nil
$979,344.20
NU
23,636.55
7,731.33
2,340.42
NU
968.13
289.58
11,678.26
64,988.01
280.15
2,471.65
Nil
3,100.23
224.71
6,587.30
15,549.14
22,770.14
1,601.87
Nil
$2,001,846.95
1,837.40
57,942.86
6,493.46
10,513.42
Nil
2,485.97
1,627.16
15,793.33
35,594.46
1,467.09
8,710.76
NU
6,760.87
1,397.53
24,584.67
39,430.23
36,508.30
1,902.70
Nil
$942,885.43
— 786.50
23,295.39
6,056.33
6,523.42
Nil
835.63
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co.- -	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd  —     	
1,041.12
13,944.61
25,180.01
290.36
1,140.75
Nil
3,211.23
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co 	
§ Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd -	
194.71
5,014.30
19,919.14
United Pacific Insurance Co  —
	
21,320.91
1,927.22
Nil
37,154.89
Nil
20,799.06
Nil
5,662.12
21,145.69
113,211.86
19,623.04
Nil
13,081.42
34,045.52
NU
19,682.04
10,437.08
Nil
2,890.42
World Fire & Marine Insurance Co    .—	
NU
1,462.50
8,613.83
40,963.40
NU
6,640.72
17,074.17
116,352.53
Nil
1,469.50
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd  —	
10,238.83
53,743.40
Totals -	
$2,458,718.25
$1,225,703.99
$2,447,692.14
$1,150,773.19
$2,416.97
4,681.16
79.97
4,719.76
58.75
48.43
3,869.63
943.87
Nil
2,692.52
$511.34
324.44
—1.48
6,653.49
Nil
Nil
441.17
NU
45.01
8,109.39
Note.—These figures are included in  the foregoing
figures for the insurers whose names are preceded by
the same sign.
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE SUMMARY.
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Ratio Losses
Year.
Net Premiums
Net Losses
Net Premiums
Net Losses
incurred to
written.
paid.
earned.
incurred.
Premiums
earned.
1935 ._...	
$1,536,000
$887,000
$1,485,000
$1,052,000
70.64
1936  	
1,824,000
1,120,000
1,708,000
1,251,000
73.51
1937  -	
2,202,000
1,242,000
2,045,000
1,266,000
61.90
1938	
2,469,000
1,346,000
2,356,000
1,261,000
53.70
1939	
2,459,000
1,226,000
2,448,000
1,151,000
47.02 REPORT OF THE  SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
F   81
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE
PREMIUM
S AND LOSSES FOR
ISURANCE.
1939.
ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS IJ
Name of Insurer.
Accident Insurance.
Sickness Insurance.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
•$3,353.60
108.28
226.00
5.00
2,547.22
1,892.34
3,780.16
2,471.21
8,593.97
400.88
1,271.54
•4,355.77
3,365.65
$2,002.05
256.06
17.75
      1    ...
$55.74
$30.71
1,173.90
1,356.97
1,573.88
655.87
3,652.06
147.60
616.72
818.52
2,138.17
762.00
5,467.73
530.99
1,473.31
1,528.72
49.64
1,761.79
920.80
British Canadian Insurance Co - 	
Canada Security Assurance Co 	
757.33
1,608.13
2,002.23
594.90
169.11
161.03
f        3,369.16
1          *792.59
601.05
25,457.75
6,024.35
•5,492.74
100.00
31,037.95
249.53
f       25,156.66
j          *499.50
•10,748.18
4,241.66
233.76
920.53
f         5,585.32
)       *2,190.90
2,107.99
3,966.80
894.88
46.65
416.15
562.97
•33,713.28
75.00
2,711.02
612.61
45.00
1,004.58
1,576.05
1,983.69
5,204.16
f         1,099.19
]          »353.26
11.00
16.80
f         3,558.38
\       *1,603.03
•22,272.28
•21,260.56
20.00
f            219.27
}          •—8.50
610.73
f         7,210.63
]     *11,200.31
624.91
•118,745.05
5,216.28
3.33
1,575.26
10.00
835.77
3,243.94
7,655.45
3,419.74
108.14
11,790.02
3.75
}          1,315.42
\
20,244.24
3,211.12
50.35
639.71
4,559.50
628.29
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd  -	
8,868.13
30,907.97
)       13,308.72
9,592.88
30.33
7,040.59
530.16
4,744.70
1,314.95
395.06
Federal Fire Insurance Corporation, Ltd 	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York	
932.65
2,128.34
616.99
604.37
1,592.98
130.33
14.00
52.07
165.36
16,129.55
161.36
)         3,445.34
1,645.29
2,637.22
426.47
46.90
99.40
29.28
348.20
1,455.89
231.73
2,599.45
232.86
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada  	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corpn., Ltd.	
469.64
978.01
69.91
262.31
112.50
884.38
1,767.70
}  ~              -
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada ...
953.40
64.85
382.58
1,037.25
829.72
967.87
800.74
180.00
324.99
18.33
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America.	
240.13
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd   .
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd. 	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada	
London & Provincial Marine & General Insur. Co., Ltd.
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd.	
632.59
1,181.61
—2.00
}         1,435.67
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd 	
1,445.82
848.49
11,511.15
6,954.22
868.48
)              22.46
29.45
7         1,234.62
\
93.24
46.66
1,608.00
6,556.00
22.96
69,574.32
1,214.41
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co 	
679.00
3,907.77
2,885.48
$404,168.29
$189,740.62
$98,711.12
$38,519.19
* Accident and sickness.
6 F 82
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE—Continued.
Accident Insurance.
Sickness Insurance.
Name of Insurer.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
Gross
Premiums,
less Return
Premiums.
Gross
Losses
paid.
$404,168.29
423.14
2,309.65
209.40
•2,114.06
9,049.15
992.00
1,449.55
•23,187.87
957.68
$189,740.62
250.25
1,097.42
220.00
1,719.59
863.33
3,485.75
148.92
554.57
15,425.92
786.22
$98,711.12
31.58
269.42
94.30
$38,519.19
728.55
1,509.07
745.61
967.12
172.84
318.80
313.99
Railway Passengers Assurance Co - —-	
3,595.78
882.85
4,243.61
362.40
362.22
139.30
1,789.74
108.47
1,772.05
69.80
2,370.17
586.43
100.70
2,247.93
5,161.11
•23,001.24
41,306.82
993.99
9,860.95
401.66
670.79
4,230.23
157.47
f         2,801.95
}       *5,775.94
2,787.71
2,365.80
29,916.03
12,778.87
2,089.07
6,838.25
12.50
262.56
1,837.54
8.00
332.00
2,383.33
1,167.11
1,033.83
343.56
44,391.01
209.21
9,621.92
61.70
24.00
2,439.09
95.00
I
8,001.56
23,276.22
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd. —  	
104.75
7,411.11
1,823.03
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd.- ._.  	
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insur. Co., Ltd. 	
3,539.82
Totals      	
$551,095.29
$276,683.38
$171,990.75
$79,913.73
* Accident and sickness.
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY AND PLATE-GLASS INSURANCE.
Name of Insurer.
Employers' Liability
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Plate-glass Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd   —
Anglo-Scottish Insurance 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 Fire Insurance Co.	
Canadian General Insurance Co.—. _
Canadian Indemnity Co —	
Canadian Surety Co.—. -	
Casualty Co. of Canada  	
Century Insurance Co., Ltd  — —
Commercial Casualty Insurance Co.
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd —
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co—
Continental Casualty Co.— -	
Dominion Fire Insurance Co.  	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co...
Carried forward.
$225.52
16.68
33.00
49.92
729.54
2,643.85
75.20
5.50
27.00
109.92
$162.19
1,484.43
583.15
3,916.13  |        $2,229.77
$435.96
727.18
18,296.28
54.92
102.00
3,448.70
111.28
591.09
1,574.11
2,080.47
761.16
431.26
144.54
124.36
481.52
377.15
134.81
2.691.61
$32,568.40
$7.00
166.18
372.08
11,541.44
4.30
180.42
380.02
83.70
33.94
684.63
1,539.27
248.78
93.44
33.20
4.16
313.96
288.52
981.74
$16,956.78 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
F 83
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY AND PLATE-GLASS INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Employers' Liability
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Plate-glass Insurance.
Premiums.
$3,916.13
$2,229.77
$32,568.40
161.47
538.34
—7.70
273.81
865.50
308.76
1,334.34
250.19
408.72
357.34
571.65
1,194.14
227.73
37.17
533.26
1,302.65
41.89
162.88
1,368.01
145.95
1,144.53
32.49
$16,956 78
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
858.78
106.50
146.08
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York    	
7.74
1,268.64
106 33
4,339.55
156.99
12.50
87.88
124 23
439.10
722.05
296.09
440.02
341.43
3.00
5.36
1.40
52.54
■ 120.17
538.20
8.46
7.20
353.05
London & Provincial Marine & General Insur. Co., Ltd	
149.56
208.08
35.39
1,384.72
25.95
619.60
400.76
177.64
475.24
482.47
161.31
84.78
1.00
138.50
5.00
221.95
3.00
81.32
103.41
95.64
915.08
351.10
2,096.46
801.49
46.21
486.86
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd-  	
122.22
896.54
143.19
77.18
124.52
180.81
10.97
243.84
80.53
514.80
106.36
6.26
378.83
408.92
84.53
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd 	
100.34
291.43
Toronto General Insurance Co  	
12.00
193.60
126.18
242.24
706.00
88.60
720.76
58.74
676.03
—85.24
120.90
22.38
237.00
108.37
330.28
51.25
189.52
287.41
10.00
260 14
110 59
Totals           	
Sl 4.549 25   1          S4 378 10-
$54,451.09
$26,275.63 F 84
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
GUARANTEE AND THEFT INSURANCE.
Name of Insurer.
Guarantee Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Theft Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co	
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd....	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd. .
Arex Indemnity Company	
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd.	
British America Assurance Co —
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Empire Assurance Co..
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co..
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada Security Assurance Co.  -
Canadian Fire Insurance Co 	
Canadian General Insurance Co.  	
Canadian Indemnity Co -  —
Canadian Surety Co...
Casualty Co. of Canada - — __
Century Insurance Co., Ltd	
Commercial Casualty Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd..	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co. .
Continental Casualty Co  	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd...
Federal Fire Insurance Co.    	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York-	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada..
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corpn.,
General Casualty Co. of America 	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
Guarantee Co. of North America 	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada —
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd— 	
Halifax Insurance Co.. —	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co .	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co.
Ltd..
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada..
Imperial Insurance Office         	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America 	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd  -
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd—
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co 	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada	
London & Provincial Marine and General Insur. Co., Ltd..
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd.- -	
London Assurance   	
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd  ,.  	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co.  	
Maryland Casualty Co. ,	
Metropolitan Casualty 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...
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd. _  	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd  ..„  ..—
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd  __	
Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co.	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada	
Royal Exchange Assurance  __	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd. 	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co.,
South British Insurance Co., Ltd.	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd.- 	
Toronto General Insurance Co	
Travelers Indemnity Co.	
Carried forward 	
Ltd...
— $15.93
5.00
1,101.34
254.89
30.00
1,801.23
381.45
2,679.37
17,030.94
10,653.95
25,858.52
160.50
804.49
743.50
2,439.94
3,461.07
10.00
4,368.87
2,692.83
1,956.83
1,657.60
5,215.79
328.40
100.00
156.05
2,509.85
293.03
166.00
807.07
2,700.99
1,146.03
383.93
30.00
369.36
340.62
841.33
1,303.72
275.10
380.63
71.47
287.78
2,957.72   |
2,893.68  |
4,399.92
— $144.58
—78.50
— 791.87
-1,857.14
2,265.02
-2,724.52
25.00
19.47
94.28
1,000.00
— 5,699.84
170.19
374.17
— 14.65
18.90
— 2,596.57
536.70
— 7.37
99.42
225.00
1,320.86
350.17
$117.63
78.10
1,001.51
954.21
1,173.51
1,259.04
1,601.82
2,082.38
2,325.05
838.73
21,510.97
16,473.06
5,758.31
1,410.39
1,492.37
7,198.14
3.74
603.66
6,263.30
5,739.64
20.70
8.75
3,172.39
7,473.68
1.434.14
2,882.93
5,904.17
4,479.90
2,046.34
727.33  j
212.29
1,067.98
352.76
99.20
1,173.73
1,478.26
5.513.76
6,290.74
778.99
369.33
3,073.52
$260.70
331.30
463.81
297.70
12.30
665.99
1,330.60
199.70
13,381.63
7,021.83
4,886.27
242.55
998.71
1,497.29
199.00
1,474.12
1,837.69
1,135.23
44.00
1,453.88
1,937.54
234.22
196.84
2,910.57
866.60
210.01
793.06
93.00
1,291.30
202.26
2,265.28
6,046.57
274.15
221.80
1,526.47
584.93
—29.66
2,402.70
1,087.48
1,523.78
609.50
1,936.56
928.90
1,856.39
260.98
2,648.03
1,951.08
416.32
602.52
2.193.37
1,238.91
797.65
212.62
2,098.22
453.02
1,409.38
643.15
141.20
	
740.97
277.01
357.60
2.096.18
247.98
8,571.80
3,419.49
	
106.10
1,520.86
5,432.43
5,072.99
3,864.55
7.994.54
2.153.54
$106,034.86
I
-$4,891.36
$170,916.02
0,157.47 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
F   85
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—
GUARANTEE AND THEFT INSURANCE—Continued.
Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Guarantee Insurance.
Theft Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
i
S106.034.86        —$4,891.36
$170,916.02
683.08.
46.60
6,762.62
554.67
3,176.20
1,131.39
1,132.03
1,292.20
3,967.93
3,498.67
$80,157.47
247.54
373.12
3,089.38
77.50
645.22
618.41
669.30
579.30
1,729.93
1,528.57
Union Assurance Society, Ltd    	
366.10
47.25
6,931.92
— 56.35
2,987.76
1,563.29
46.25
1,250.00
471.68
— 75.00
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insurance Co., Ltd	
Totals     	
$116,239.67
—$1,563.27
$193,161.41
$89,715.74
INLAND-TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Name of Insurer.
Inland-transportation
Insurance.
Marine Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
Acadia Fire Insurance Co —  	
$16.41
8,626.20
$1.11
828.24
  1    ....
$18,467.74
$2,536.34
577.88
67.07
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd- -   —-	
76.85
92.75
5,013.59
8,036.38
American Alliance Insurance Co. of New York 	
American Insurance Co  — -	
7.00
1,986.73
1,560.81
232.82
3.78
563.89
197.50
71,531.24
9,447.68
131.20
1,750.12
32.60
6,009.38
87,362.02
19,499.18
3,464.28
36,137.36
7,043.12
1,817.22
594.25
186.54
11,695.92
24,369.23
118.97
1,791.62
89.50
364.51
22.15
681.47
10.95
30.00
354.97
144.52
71.09
5,069.48
3,238.86
5.47
79.69
50.00
934.18
.37
2.819.02
134.26
......
8,726.53
389.11
110.00
3,187.71
675.39
Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd.. 	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., Ltd	
2,539.02
176.00
193.50
99.58
3,280.53
33,314.35
	
1,663.64
9,037.55
7.50
57.00
118.77
690.95
2,023.88
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co 	
Fire Association of Philadelphia  	
311.13
72.64
— 13.80
129.80
$24,146.23  |        $4,457.29
1
$297,083.41
$87,079.26 F 86
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
INLAND-TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE—Continued.
Inland-transportation
Insurance.
Marine Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
$24,146.23
157.74
568.87
$4,457.29
$297,083.41
57,963.53
17,428.34
$87,079.26
16,797.58
7,270.08
116.75
195.16
582.31
35.29
14.90
86.53
110.87
18.15
4.94
882.55
..
. .
.68
37.75
527.64
103.68
80.00
38,396.36
1,612.49
4,017.97
213 15
15,371.54
188.74
821.91
87,414.90
51,903.76
99,631.00
6,726.95
49.70
67.36
1,594.30
27,595.10
Indemnity Marine Assurance Co., Ltd  	
1,011.26
28,409.51
18.75
173.60
2,330.48
4,494.91
9.50
2.34
11,726.50
31,316.96
1,212.00
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd ~	
327.45
390.00
248.35
4,740.14
89.09
224.35
2,577.90
91,300.71
158,954.84
3.70
358.01
1,674.42
8,803.62
6,869.06
2,013.39
78.50
281.96
2,799.05
109.82
1,223.08
409.07
1,204.52
95.31
45,278.88
17,089.47
1,092.02
107.30
New Brunswick Fire Insurance Co —	
33.20
621.45
10.94
167.89
113.83
1,650.02
145.80
309.20
262.25
3.00
1,793.65
720.76
56.59
72.31
.74
45.00
53,831.17
1,364.90
41,510.22
583.18
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd 	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd	
848.73
75.85
29,346.34
7,185.35
1
127.11
Nil
17,535.43
14.75
4,709.88
	
62.082.96
28,538.07
51,646.61
14.19
7,661.63
487.50
4,043.84
393.45
2,477.28
50,615.25
17,772.04
15,635.33
1,457.40
78.49
Royal Exchange Assurance.. ..—	
64.50
433.04
35,361.17
40.70
19.32
2,076.62
36.729.53
—7,730.61
$125,102.65
$27,897.04
$1,086,299.39
$513,942.95 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.             F 87
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
INLAND-TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Inland-transportation
Insurance.
Marine Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
$125,102.65
$27,897.04
1
$1,086,299.39   1     $51 3.942.S5
18,478.09
7,325.18
178.58
15.51
120.31
South British Insurance Co., Ltd  	
620.19
4,812.41
36,475.79
6,163.90
22 583 11
Standard Marine Insurance Co., Ltd.—	
20,145.85
— 1,030.03
722.60
17.50
1,132.13
29.68
2,587.06
261.26
1,301.67
235.22
347.39
131.35
319.68
!> an 8«
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co., Ltd ,.., -
15,381.50  j           4,029.37
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd — -	
156.38
2.22
347.39
	
119,291.65
32,033.55
11,923.17
21,933.79
35.764.82
55,297.30
1,540.68
3,434.66
13,784.45
2,175.97
3,662.51
347.39
1,036.21
13.557 OR
32.828 30   :          10 6SU 82
2.94
3,283.15
21,606.13
619.62
6,602.23
Yang-tse Insurance Association, Ltd 	
Zurich General Accident and Liability Ins. Co., Ltd	
Totals                  -	
$136,777.28 |       $35,752.99
$1,464,149.28  J     $653,316.05
I
PROPERTY-DAMAGE AND PUBLIC-LIABILITY INSURANCE.
Name of Insurer.
Property-damage
Insurance.
Public-liability
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
$914.38
52,323.61
442.98
31.50
83.30
585.55
$367.11
17,844.39
2.50
$38.54
4.05
97.42
160.38
252.31
953.94
323.60
238.50
1,163.35
446.83
18.00
143.55
1,394.77
913.63
1,432.25
927.12
574.75
8,329.57
2.744.94
$363.40
660.90
44.25
226.20
162.60
96.78
135.72
921.27
1,991.49
294.85
2.377.56
897.93
1.594.72   1           2.070.88
10.00
28,318.47
29,214.77
7,542.97
53.61
391.12
8,919.62
7,757.08
1,109.46
1.404.64   1               157.49
6.33
20.76
34.00
43.84
32.65
164.44
Century Insurance Co., Ltd 	
|
$74,115.65  |      $22,807.91
1
$71,470.49  [      $21,378.57
1 F 88                                                       BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
PROPERTY-DAMAGE AND PUBLIC-LIABILITY INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Property-damage
Insurance.
Public-liability
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
$74,115.65
330.15
1,271.89
4,619.83
$22,807.91
13.62
78.38
773.50
4.00
3,186.26
$71,470.49  1      $21,378.57
1
7.078.09   !               249.95
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd  	
904.95
7.50
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co  	
104.40
1,232.09
32.50
1,097.70
171.88
1,619.70
3.00
2.104.00
a 310 22
Employers' Liability Association Corporation, Ltd..	
760.06
11,166.17 !          1,640.56
1,884.54 1           3,104.80
4,017.27
585.55
86,399.97
33.15
1,880.10
424.64
264.17
97.64
18,732.18
Firemen's Fund Insurance Co.       	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada 	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation, Ltd.
174.50
82.83
30,428.76
3,186.53
723.25
6,893.34
227.55
5,974.51
19.40
177.65
778.79
69.90
52.80
5,552.78
Glens Falls Insurance Co.    	
1.18
40.50
3,392.90
520.92
8,556.99
1,993.84
6,744.10
14.38
258.55
4.91
269.66
2,459.51
Hanover Fire Insurance Co  	
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co 	
1,463.56
168.76
1,005.25
7.50
617.38
25.00
Imperial Assurance Co.   .    — ,. 	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada ..
Imperial Insurance Office...          	
140.07
177.54
46.58
147.75
13.73
— 6.00
31.62
Indemnity Marine Assurance Co., Ltd. 	
163.25
3,385.20
251.94
1,680.35
3,010.12
10.00
11,258.28
133.01
823.23
1,775.53
2,281.70
26.50
474.00
168.70
94.44
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd  ____	
London & Provincial Marine & General Ins. Co., Ltd	
London &• Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd 	
6,299.54
5,660.58
15.00
1,627.69
	
94.79
2,997.19
2,213.13
	
550.90
601.62
52.50
206.76
1,398.82
132.39
152.17
Maryland Insurance Co. - - - 	
7.31
12.03
1,459.84
1,241.73
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co - 	
80.72
14,835.77
89.98
1,222.61
Milwaukee Mechanics Insurance Co 	
National Union Fire Insurance Co.	
2,060.09
53.41
538.41
2,505.91
328.87
111.94
4,305.08
1,477.20
80.77
	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.  __ __	
1,051.24
23.95
41.50
272.20
717.95
1,001.02
3,748.14
1,308.01
505.30
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association  _
2,078.17
270.01
98.10
1.347.50
$243,825.12
$64,231.52
$170,606.18  |      $44,057.04
1 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
F 89
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
PROPERTY-DAMAGE AND PUBLIC-LIABILITY INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Property-damage
Insurance.
Public-liability
Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.
Losses.
$243,825.12
1,670.21
1,112.44
231.55
50.40
1,650.94
5,721.70
9,563.05
197.68
2,334.39
2.58
77.99
4,116.84
2,374.20
$64,231.52
471.98
$170,606.18
5,536.00
$44,057.04
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd	
390.28
206.64
37.50
537.30
834.53
23,212.27
2,162.14
707.85
150.30
1,193.63
2,659.61
352.60
8.00
537.00
11.85
735.39
1,045.04
5,792.89
371.50
590.00
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd.-  	
619.19
125.28
1,534.40
45.48
488.32
889.26
4.05
20.25
7.00
31.62
2,348.88
2,442.80
203.92
2,545.54
1,782.20
163.25
3,071.68
11,429.53
460.97
3,096.85
1,943.05
394.39
3,221.19
1,873.90
10,980.75
542.20
3,488.99
10.16
238.30
690.93
3,105.63
1,278.74
70.04
200.29
1,698.59
155.82
5,866.20
124.50
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd  .
9,300.98
9,084.55
31.62
163.25
1,222.31
86.60
31.62
104.00
319.52
1,088.86
2,408.15
2,507.70
261.75
1,130.52
1,491.61
7.00
1,050.64
Totals 	
$303,997.48
$105,023.20
$218,431.71
$69,399.56 F 90
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
WEATHER AND MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE.
Name of Insurer.
Acadia Fire Insurance Co..
Aetna Insurance Co	
Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd   	
Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia 	
American Credit Indemnity Co .._	
Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford 	
Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Canada..
British America Assurance Co— 	
British Empire Assurance Co.
Canadian Fire Insurance Co.—
Canadian General Insurance Co	
City of New York Insurance Co  	
Columbia Insurance Co. of New York—	
Commercial Casualty Insurance Co	
Continental Insurance Co 	
Employers Liability Assurance Co., Ltd	
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada .
General Insurance Co. of America 	
Glens Falls Insurance Co   —
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 	
Great American Insurance Co	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada .
Halifax Insurance Company	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co..
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co..
Home Insurance Co. of New York  —	
Imperial Assurance Co    __	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Co. of North America
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd..
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd	
London Guarantee Accident Co., Ltd .._	
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd..
Maryland Casualty Co	
Mercury Insurance Co.  	
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
New England Fire Insurance Co.	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.   ..      	
North Empire Fire Insurance Co. 	
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd. _...    	
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association  .
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd..
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.. 	
Phoenix Insurance Co	
Carried forward..
Weather Insurance.
Premiums.
Losses.
Miscellaneous.
Insurance.
A.—Aircraft.
^.—Boiler and Machinery.
C.—Credit.
H.—Hail.
L.S.—Livestock.
S.L.—Sprinkler-leakage.
W.C.—Workmen's
Compensation.
Premiums.
Losses.
$2.70
88.20
15.60
4.80
6.18
166.98
.90
.04
2.74
117.96
.10
10.29
94.12
227.90
1.80
2.40
1.80
19.76
.52
1.80
2.55
12.00
45.00
$826.11
$12.25
40.00
$52.25
S.L.
(H.
(A.
S.L.
H.
C.
A.
B.
>A.
} S.L.
$10.59
2,710.41
16.38
41.43
410.00
657.50
16.38
1,820.56
13.92
95.00
I    $3,109.53
B.
S.L.
327.30
2.18
S.L.
W.C.
S.L.
3.53   I
367.60  j
20.69 I
S.L.
B.
175.23
15,965.42
fB.
j W.C.
A.
B.
B.
fA.
} W.C.
(A.
) S.L.
B.
S.L.
S.L.
L.S.
fA.
I. H.
I S.L.
W.C.
13.37
14.58
175.00
3,843.22
80.00
99.91
24.13
16.38
60.58
20,013.09   j
161.75   I
7.06  I
472.63  j
16.38   I
2,410.75   !
264.25
1.62
fA.
j S.L.
A.
fA.
IB.
1 S.L.
1,918.96
7.06
14 99  '
158.33  !
34.50  I
104.00
WC—1,000.00
H.
H.
S.L.
S.L.
B.
S.L.
170.31
42.58
15.75
9.25
20.95
58.76
B. 1,060.97
TA. 19,602.62
j S.L. 221.37
A. 16.38
17.03
74.49
17,504.54
73.85
1,200.52
19.27
160.24
40.05
56.35
$72,785.60  I $24,564.92 REPORT OF THE  SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1939.
F 91
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1939—Continued.
WEATHER AND MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE—Continued.
Weather Insurance,
Miscellaneous.
Insurance.
Name of Insurer.
A.—Aircraft.
B.—Boiler and Machinery.
C—Credit.
H.—Hail.
L.S.—Live Stock.
S.L.—Sprinkler-leakage.
W.C.—Workmen's
Compensation.
Premiums.
Losses.
Premiums.            Losses.
S826.ll
.40
$52.25
$72,785.60
$24,564.92
W.C.        30.00
A.             16.38
H.             42.58
f A.               6.55
\ H.       3,394.25
A.             16.38
(A.             99.88
j B.         1,291.00
S.L.            7.06
S.L.           3.53
A.               7.21
.12
7.08
40.05
.10
2,566.78
1.80
.90
4.07
A.             13.92
A.           —9.86
f B.           185.00
) L.S.       151.00
Totals......     - ,..
$840.51
$52.25
$78,040.48   |   $27,171.85
1
TABLE VIII.—OTHER INSURANCE  (TABLE VII.)  SUMMARY.
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Class of Insurance.
1935.
1936.
1937.
1938.
1939.
Accident, P _„_ 	
L.               	
$413,000
230,000
112,000
29,000
158,000
63,000
763,000
655,000
31,000
2,000
139,000
31,000
164,000
108,000
183,000
81,000
95,000
44,000
$474,000
228,000
131,000
32,000
116,000
67,000
978,000
710,000
16,000
2,000
175,000
43,000
165,000
98,000
197,000
76,000
142,000
52,000
$569,000
297,000
151,000
9,000
127,000
26,000
1,263,000
571,000
80,000
9,000
190,000
57,000
153,000
102,000
191,000
64,000
139,000
65,000
$577,000
800.000
114,000
37,000
119,000
32,000
1,182,000
623,000
• 203,000
72,000
212,000
71,000
170,000
85,000
189,000
81,000
126,000
64,000
$561,000
277,000
116,000
Inland-transportation, P 	
L 	
—1,563
137,000
38,000
1,464,000
L.
653,000
property-damage, P. 	
L.  	
304,000
104,000
218,000
L	
69,000
172,000
L	
80,000
Theft, P.                                         	
193,000
,    L.                                      	
90,000
148,000
L.                           	
58,000
Total P.                         	
$2,058,000
1,243,000
$2,394,000
1,308,000
$2,863,000
1,191,000
$2,894,000
1,365,000
$3,303,000
„     L   	
1,367,000
Note.—" P " refers to premiums and " L " to losses. F 92
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE IX.—INVESTMENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA OF INSURERS OTHER
THAN INSURERS TRANSACTING LIFE INSURANCE.
(For Investments of Insurers transacting Life Insurance, see pages 72 and 73.)
Name of Insurer.
American Credit Indemnity Co	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Baloise Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.- _.	
Beaver Fire Insurance Co. 	
Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co	
British America Assurance Co	
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co...
British Crown Assurance Corporation, Ltd..
British Empire Assurance Co _
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co	
Caledonian Insurance Co 	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co -
Canada Security Assurance Co  _.
Canadian General Insurance Co  	
Canadian Indemnity Co..	
Canadian Surety Co.  	
Casualty Co. of Canada.—  	
Central Union Insurance Co  -
Century Insurance Co., Ltd -	
Dominion Fire Insurance Co 	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co  	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada..	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation, Ltd..
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada..  	
Guarantee Co. of North America —  	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada   	
Home Assurance Company of Canada  	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Insurance Office    	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd-
London-Canada Insurance Co 	
London Guarantee & Accident Co.—.	
Lumber Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Boston-
Mercantile Insurance Co  	
Mercury Insurance Co 	
Mill Owners Mutual Fire Insurance Co 	
Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association-
National Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd -	
New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co..
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd..
North Empire Fire Insurance Co 	
Northwest Casualty Co.     	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co —	
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd  	
Protective Association of Canada  	
Quebec Fire Assurance Co.  	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Security National Insurance Co..
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Fire Insurance Co., Stock Mutual-
Toronto General Insurance Co  	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Totals
Mortgages.
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
$33,500.00
Nil
NU
Nil
171,992.60
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
3,329.89
48,793.47
NU
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
40.000.00t
6,802.76
NU
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
69,000.00
NU
NU
NU
147,690.94t
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
18,500.00t
NU
Nil
Nil
241,346.00
$780,955.66
In other
Securities.
$75,000.00
26,280.00»
5,000.00*
5,085.39
14,000.00
10,000.00*
10,972.001
25,000.00*
6,000.00*
35,000.00*
117,027.72
70,000.00*
141,337.50
43,919.04*
31,000.00*
63,000.00*
9,961.27
35,000.00
26,000.00*
NU
153,026.66
63,000.00*
32,450.00*
5,000.00
100,000.00*
89.246.66
32,000.00*
50,000.00*
Nil
101.800.01*
10,000.00
220,054.20*
15,000.00
109,239.99*
100,000.00
20,000.00*
30.000.00*
4,866.67
50,000.00
65,000.00
36,238.50
2,000.00*
129,000.00*
224.600.00*
111,236.34
10,000.00
18,493.34
15,000.00*
20,784.00t
5.000.00*
4,000.00*
5,000.00*
468,284.00
$3,048,903.29
* Par value.
" Book value.
VICTORIA, B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1940.
2,325-440-5200

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