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 THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
OF  THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
1942
(BUSINESS TRANSACTED IN 1941)
PBINTED by
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed >y Chari.es F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1942.  To His Honour William Culham Woodward,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present the Thirty-first Annual Report of the
Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31st, 1941.
R. L. MAITLAND,
Attorney-General.
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 19A2. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Page.
Report of the Superintendent of Insurance  5
Lists as at June 30th, 1942—
Insurers licensed  11
Reciprocal Exchanges granted Permits  64
Underwriters' Agencies licensed •_  64
Names of Insurers ceased business since December, 1941  63
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co  65
Empire Life Insurance Co  66
Grand Council of Canadian Order of Chosen Friends  67
Home Assurance Company of Canada _•_  69
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  70
Royal Plate Glass and General Insurance Company of Canada  72
Saskatchewan Mutual Fire Insurance Co  73
Western Union Insurance Company ._ ,  75
TABLES.
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1941 ,  77
II. Summary, 1937-41  78
Fire Insurance—
III. Business of 1941  79
IV. Summary, 1937-41  82
Automobile Insurance—
V. Business of 1941  83
VI. Summary, 1937-41  85
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
VII. Business of 1941 .  86
VIII. Summary, 1937-41  98
IX. Investments of Insurers in the Province  99 REPORT OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE.
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 1942.
The Honourable R. L. Maitland, K.C., M.L.A.,
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
SIR,—Pursuant to the " Insurance Act," I beg to submit the Thirty-first Annual
Report of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31st, 1941.
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 registry in addition to a Provincial
licence:—
Where incorporated.
Provincial
Licence.
Dominion
Registry.
Total.
3
5
3
1
1
15
61
68
2
1
5
2
4
122
20
61
71
4
Totals   _	
13
280
The comparative figures are for :
1940              	
12
12
281
281
1939                                                 	
293
Six new insurers have been licensed during the year, namely:—
Canton Insurance Office, Limited.
General Security Insurance Company of Canada.
Liberty Mutual Insurance Company.
National Retailers Mutual Insurance Company.
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Company.
Western Union Insurance Company.
Six insurers ceased to do business in this Province during 1941, as follows:—
American Credit Indemnity Company, which, with the consent of its policyholders,
is carrying its business to expiration.
Bee Fire Insurance Company of Paris, France, whose business was reinsured with
the Prudential Assurance Company, Limited.
Commercial Life Assurance Company of Canada, which, with the consent of its
policyholders, is continuing its contracts.
General Fire Insurance Company of Paris, France, whose assets and liabilities in
Canada were acquired and assumed by the General Security Insurance Company of
Canada, a Quebec company. Subsequently a new Dominion company of the same name
as the Quebec company took over its assets and liabilities and is now the licensed
insurer.
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Fire Insurance Company, Stock Mutual, a Quebec company, whose assets and liabilities were acquired and assumed by a new Dominion company called the " Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Company."
Tokio Marine and Fire Insurance Company, Limited, which cancelled its contracts
in the Province. A complete list of licensed insurers will be found on pages 11 to 63. A similar list
made up to December 31st, 1941, was printed for circulation and published in The
British Columbia Gazette. The present list is therefore made up for the purposes of
convenience to June 30th, 1942, in order that it may show the classes of insurance for
which the insurers are now licensed.
On analysis the list shows that 35 companies were licensed for life insurance,
225 for fire insurance, 171 for automobile insurance, and 77 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 65 to 75, 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 64, were licensed.
Nine reciprocal exchanges held permits under section 194 of the " Insurance Act,"
and are also listed on page 64.
New life insurance written in 1941 records a larger increase than in the previous
three years. Preliminary figures go to show that the general rate of growth for
Canada was 10 per cent. If that estimate is correct, then this Province has not secured
its proportion of the new business. More employment with higher wages and greater
circulation of money provided favourable conditions. The total amount disbursed in
British Columbia was considerably lower than in the last two years, mainly due to
fewer lapses and surrenders. The companies, however, are gradually being compelled
to scale their premiums higher, as the rate of interest earned on their invested funds
declines. For many years a " minimum earning power of 3% per cent., and even 4 per
cent., was regarded as a fairly conservative view and amply satisfied the legal requirements for reserves." To-day the companies have huge sums invested in war and other
bonds, giving a low yield, and it is difficult to find adequate investments with higher
returns. Two of the largest companies are now computing their reserves on a 2%- and
2%-per-cent. basis, and probably all companies will be bound to take a similar step.
It is a corollary of these conditions that the liberal " dividends " to which policyholders
have been accustomed will have to be reduced.
An interesting sign of the times is the growth in the annuity branch of the business, indicating that the public appreciates the investment features of life insurance and
feels that a safe income can be secured in that way. Then the number of women taking
out life insurance steadily increases and it has been said that they hold on to their
policies more tenaciously than men. It is significant, too, that more Canadian life
companies are now entering the field of accident and sickness insurance. It is likely
that at first their operations will be confined to group contracts in conjunction with
group life contracts, but the expansion is a logical one.
The statistics abstracted from the annual statements and the five-year summary
will be found at page 78, and the investments in the Province at page 99. For the
benefit of those particularly interested, it should be pointed out that the arrangement
of Tables I. and II. has been altered in the endeavour to secure practical uniformity
with the statistics published by other Provincial departments of insurance. With the
same object the statistics for fire, automobile, and other classes of insurance have also
been set out differently.
The figures for fire insurance at pages 79 to 82 again disclose very satisfactory
results. The loss ratio of 26.37 is a new record for the Province and the second
lowest in Canada; Saskatchewan once more occupying first place. The volume of
business was larger, but perhaps at first glance disappointing as not indicative of
much growth. The increase here appears to have been rather below the average for
Canada. The removal of the restriction on insurance of mercantile and manufacturing
risks for a larger term than one year would tend to expand the income for 1941 at the
expense of that for subsequent years, and would not necessarily involve new insurance.
While values have in recent years recovered and the amounts at risk moved upwards,
there has been a steady fall in rates.    The improvement in the loss ratio made that REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941. H 7
inevitable, but the process has been accentuated by sharp competition. Some companies
realized the facts earlier than others and more quickly adjusted their charges to the
change in conditions. In this respect the companies not belonging to any Board had
an advantage. Organizations are apt to be conservative in their outlook and at times
too rigid in their structure. Insurance must respond to altered circumstances like any
other large business serving the public. There is a forward-looking school of thought
both in Canada and the United States which holds that the business of insurance needs
a thorough overhaul and a good deal of modernization.
Some pertinent observations are contained in a striking review of British insurance in the " War Period and Afterwards," by Mr. A. E. Morgan, President of the
Insurance Institute of London. " We " (that is the insurance business), he says, " are
a national asset and our first duty is so to conduct ourselves that we first discharge that
primary liability . . . Insurance of necessity permeates the whole of commercial
endeavour. The flexibility and adaptability which has to be exercised in the transaction of the business is such that it cannot wait on hide-bound red tape . . . The
future is bristling with problems, the solution of which . . . can only be brought
about on the best basis possible, by each section recognizing that we have a common
obligation to discharge." The public has become aware of the real necessity of insurance and its value and could easily be made more so. But insurance should not be sold
as a mere commodity, and the methods of the market are unsuitable. The root principle
of insurance is to save people from suffering great loss and is founded on a basis of
contributions to a common fund by a large number of persons. The philosophy of it is
mutuality—co-operation and sharing—and that is the direction in which the future of
insurance lies. The public should be able to feel that they are partners in a joint
enterprise and not merely buying something—for which an equivalent will some day
be demanded—from a vendor whose chief aim is to make profits. Perhaps we shall
learn some lessons from the war.
The experience in automobile insurance was satisfactory. The loss ratio of 47.53
per cent, is an improvement on that of nearly 52 per cent, for 1940. Premiums
again increased by an amount approximately equivalent to the average increase for
Canada. The losses incurred exhibit only a small decline. Premiums for the current
year are likely to diminish in view of the restrictions on the use of cars. It is to be
hoped that theft of tires will not become prevalent; it is a mean thing and the magistrates will be heartily supported by the public opinion if they impose severe punishment.
Notwithstanding the war and other good reasons, the public, both automobilist and
pedestrian, have not progressed far in learning that the automobile can be a dangerous
instrument. The Travelers Insurance Company compiles each year an exhaustive and
diagrammatic record of automobile accidents in the United States; in 1941, 40,000
persons were killed there, nearly 1,500,000 injured, and more than 1,000,000 cars
damaged. A foreword to the booklet says: " The nation, if it is to succeed in its
victory program, simply cannot afford a continuation of this waste of life, of man-hours,
of hospital space, of machinery and of morale . . . The record of death and injury
is one that should leave every American with a sense of shame and should move every
one of us to resolve that it shall never happen again." Canada and British Columbia
can take those words to heart—especially the concluding words. The car could not be
blamed; over 90 per cent, in the United States were in good mechanical condition.
Now the car will be an important factor. Every car on the road will be used as long as
it will travel and the tires hold out. No doubt gas rationing, no replacement of tires,
and the speed-limit of 40 miles will combine to reduce the casualty record. That is not
enough; the record talks only in cold figures. It is the human factor alone which can
resolve to do better.
Table VII. for miscellaneous insurance has been in part rearranged and new sub-
classifications are now separately shown for aircraft insurance and personal property
insurance. In former years the figures have stated gross premiums written and gross
losses paid. In order that Provincial statistics may be uniform the amounts recorded
represent net premiums written and net losses incurred, and Table VIII. must be read
with that change in mind.    In the classes of accident, sickness, public-liability, and H 8
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property-damage insurance there was improvement, and the reverse in the case of plate-
glass and employers' liability insurance. Aircraft and marine insurance proved very
unprofitable, while the returns on guarantee, theft, and inland-transportation business
were very satisfactory. The business of the new sub-class of personal-property insurance was formerly included under property-damage insurance and some of it under
inland-transportation insurance.
The periodical census taken in 1941 showed a population of 11,500,000. It occurred
to me that a kind of census in outline of the chief classes of insurance would be of
interest from several standpoints. The years taken are 1922 and 1940 and it may be
first stated that the population after the census of 1921 was about 8,500,000 so that the
increase by 1940 was roughly 3,000,000. All figures stated will be understood to be
approximate.
Life Insurance.
Canada.
British Columbia.
1922.
1940.
1922.
1940.
$107
$204
$7
$15
$3,000
$7,000
$203
$469
42
41
36
37
Premiums (in millions)	
Amount in force (in millions)
Number of companies	
Life insurance has thus grown faster than the population and the amount per
capita has increased from $365 to nearly $700.
Fire Insurance.
Canada.
British Columbia.
1922.
1940.
1922.
1940.
$51
$6,500
$1.06
68
$42
$12,000
$0.66
37
$4.7
$4.3
44
143
29
172                      9.78
223
It is remarkable that the volume of premiums was smaller in 1940 than in 1922, not
only in this Province, but for Canada, while the amount at risk has nearly doubled.
The drop in the average premium rate is a partial explanation. It will be noticed that
the number of companies competing for the business has increased by about one-third.
Automobile Insurance.
Canada.
British Columbia.
1922.
1940.
1922.
1940.
$3,600,000
36
85
$20,900,000
50
170
$655,000
46
74
$2,700,000
51
167
This class of insurance exhibits striking expansion, as might have been expected.
The competition has, as with fire insurance, become severe. In fact, it is conceded that
there are too many companies not only in the Province but in Canada.
Notwithstanding the considerable increase in the coverage on the people and
property of Canada, it is often claimed that both are underinsured. The claim is
asserted as a general proposition; it has a more particular application to-day when
values tend to rise and replacement is difficult, if not impossible. In the broad sense
the public is more aware of the need for and benefit of insurance against the diverse
vicissitudes of life and, concurrently, becomes perhaps more claim-minded. Insurance
is to-day an important element in the cost-of-living budget;   probably many persons REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
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would gladly carry more. Undoubtedly there is ample scope for expansion of business.
But, as the saying goes, " the price must be right." The policyholder, too, must feel
satisfied that he is protected and, when misadventure or misfortune befalls, not be
disappointed to find that the risk was not covered.
The aim of the insurance companies should be to make their policies more and more
comprehensive and, as they do, so they will find a more responsive market. An English
insurance paper called " The Policy " carried last year an article entitled " Has the
Insurance World any Thinkers? " The theme was that many insurance-men seemed
to envisage a complete return after the war to pre-war business, whereas vast changes
were inevitable. If national freedom is the outward aspect of this cataclysmic war,
social security is the inward aspect. " Is it not true," says the article, " that in those
two words you have almost the entire concept of insurance? "
Insurance, of course, has some thinkers and as a result of the efforts of those who
established and have carried on the work of the Insurance Institute of Vancouver,
British Columbia, will, I am convinced, add to their number. The Institute was
founded in 1929, possesses a library of about 1,000 volumes, and from November to
April provides lectures voluntarily given. The heartiest congratulations are merited
by all who have devoted their time to so valuable an organization. The course lasts
three years, but there are examinations at the end of each year, and diplomas are
awarded. Nearly 1,000 students have taken the examinations and many from this
Province have achieved conspicuous successes in competition with students from other
parts of North America. There are other Institutes in Canada and the United States
and the graduates should surely prove a powerful and fertile factor in the future of
insurance. The time is approaching when licences may only be granted to those who
have received or are receiving education and training in the business.
If the amount of tax collected is a criterion, the volume of unlicensed insurance
continues to increase. The receipts were for 1939-40, $13,653; for 1940-41, $16,213;
and for 1941-42, $25,254. The years are fiscal years. In view of the number of companies, excessively large, which compete for the business available, the figures are
rather surprising.
The number of insurance agents, salesmen, and adjusters has once more diminished,
as appears from the table below:—
Licences issued to.
1941.
1940.
1938.
1937.
Life insurance agents - 	
Other than life insurance agents..
Insurance salesmen 	
Insurance adjusters  —
Employees of insurance adjusters..
Totals 	
1,016
1,121
624
28
19
2,808
1,019
1,160
679
27
21
2,996
1,238
1,203
797
25
23
1.330
1,175
936
26
23
3,490
1,301
1,163
904
27
20
.3,415
Unquestionably the war is largely responsible as it has depleted the ranks of
eligible young men, and there is a marked tendency for older men to return to the
business. Only twenty-three women were licensed for life insurance, while for other
classes of insurance seventy-nine held licences as agents and forty as salesmen. The
figures for 1940 and the current year are approximately the same.
The Association of Superintendents of Insurance for the Provinces met last year
in Toronto. The subject of exclusion of war risks was discussed at length. A new
condition was recommended for addition to the statutory conditions for automobile
policies, and that was enacted here at the recent session. The same condition has been
or will in all probability be enacted by other Provinces. A similar condition has existed
in the statutory fire conditions for many years. It has been admitted everywhere that
war damage is not a normal insurable hazard. H 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In contradistinction to insurance the number of real-estate agents and salesmen
has again increased and, as in insurance, many older men have taken out licences.
Twenty-two women were licensed as agents and thirteen as salesmen, about the same
numbers as in 1940 and the present year.    The record of licences is as follows:—
Licences issued to.
1941-42.
1940-41.
1939-40.
1938-39.
1937-38.
577
473
551
432
528
355
522
349
505
340
Totals
1,050
983
883
871
845
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
H. G. GARRETT,
Superintendent of Insurdnce. REPORT OF THE  SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
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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 Yeae ended December 31st, 1941.
Assets.
Mortgage loans on real estate  $29,000.00
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  „_     44,868.77
Cash in bank       3,117.04
Interest accrued  442.13
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)       2,678.66
$80,106.60
Liabilities.
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.)   $20,048.81
Investment reserves  6,863.05
Reserve for unreported claims  750.00
Capital stock—
Authorized  .  $25,000.00
Subscribed and paid up  10,000.00
Surplus   42,444.74
$80,106.60
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)   $20,364.21
Losses and claims incurred  $10,413.14
Commissions         8,699.04
Taxes   918.23
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses .       1,446.49
     21,476.90
Underwriting loss     $1,112.69
Other revenue—
Interest earned  $3,004.24
Decrease in deficiency of market under book value
of securities         136.95
■     $3,141.19
Other expenditure—
Income and excess profits taxes      $287.22
Reserve for unreported claims .......        250.00
537.22
       2,603,97
Net profit for the year     $1,491.28
5 H 66
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
EMPIRE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Kingston, Ont.
Directors.
C. P. Fell.
A. H. K. Russell.
J. M. Campbell.
N. A. Fairhead.
Geo. M. Orr.
Geo. J. Guy.
D. W. McCormick.
D. R. McLaughlin.
A. Bruce Matthews.
L. T. Boyd, General Manager.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1941.
Assets.
Real estate (book value) 	
Mortgage loans on real estate 	
Amounts owing under agreements of sale of real estate	
Loans and advances to policyholders 	
Bonds and debentures  (book value)  	
Stocks (book value) 	
Cash on hand and in banks	
Agents' debit balances	
Accounts receivable	
Interest, dividends, and rents due and accrued	
Premiums due and uncollected or deferred (net) 	
Deduct assets not admitted—
Excess of total book value of ledger assets over total
authorized value   $508,709.66
Cash advanced to or in the hands of officers or agents....        9,734.22
Liabilities.
Liability under assurance and other contracts (net) _
Liability for payments due under contracts (net) 	
Provision for unreported death and disability claims
Amounts left with company	
Premiums paid in advance	
Dividends to policyholders due and unpaid	
Provision for accrued profits to policyholders	
Shareholders' surplus	
Taxes 	
Salaries, rents, and office expenses due and accrued
Medical examiners' fees due and accrued	
Commissions to agents due and accrued	
Miscellaneous accounts  .	
Reserve for contingencies	
Staff Pension, Assurance, and Savings Funds	
Capital—
Authorized 	
Subscribed 	
$400,757.33
1,384,909.72
43,799.11
877,375.29
6,797,768.24
1,166,414.42
171,262.66
13,728.31
1,559.23
110,248.28
139,915.03
$11,107,737.62
518,443.88
$10,589,293.74
$9,616,511.00
76,605.07
18.000.00
120,323.32
14,838.46
232.99
63,500.00
5,783.13
29,350.00
2,035.06
150.00
2,224.97
1,931.83
25,000.00
9,712.02
$2,500,000.00
1,308,500.00
Paid up
Surplus 	
313,170.00
289,925.89
$10,589,293.74 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941. H 67
Income.
Premium income   $1,081,233.82
Consideration for supplementary contracts  24,948.71
Amounts left with company .  36,299.59
Interest, dividends, and rents  458,703.98
Gross profit on sale or maturity of real estate, bonds, and stocks  9,951.48
All other income  9,281.90
$1,620,419.48
Disbursements.
Disbursements under assurance and annuity contracts (net)   $697,946.77
Payments under supplementary contracts (net)   5,398.33
Reduction in premiums resulting from application of dividends  636.74
Amounts left with the company  18,986.58
Taxes, licences, and fees  21,532.90
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, travelling
expenses, rents, and miscellaneous  92,488.82
Branch Office and agency expenses—Commissions,  salaries,  advances
made to agents, travelling expenses, rents, and miscellaneous  201,016.87
All other expenses—Advertising, books and periodicals, express, telegrams and telephones, legal fees, medical fees, office furniture, postage, printing and stationery, commissions on loans, contributions to
Staff Pension Fund, and miscellaneous  33,154.65
Payments from Staff Pension Fund  921.74
Tax on Shareholders' Fund  2,212.46
Loss on sale or maturity of real estate and bonds  36,547.22
All other disbursements  3,899.71
Balance   505,676.69
$1,620,419.48
Returns for British Columbia. =====
(See page 77.)
GRAND COUNCIL OF CANADIAN ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS.
Head Office—Hamilton, Ont.
Governing Executive Authority.
P. M. Button. Wm. Benson.
E. Gernoey. A. Chevalier.
J. L. Archer.
C. H. Fitch, Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1941.
Assets.
Real estate (book value)   $32,000.00
Loans on policies .  163,128.88
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)   2,711,394.23
Cash on hand and in banks  77,337.30
Interest due and accrued  36,392.36
Premiums, dues, and assessments  11,321.45
Deposit with Quebec Government  5,000.00
Other assets  8.60
$3,036,582.82
Deduct assets not admitted—
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures        207,927.84
$2,828,654.98 H 68
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims	
Provision for unreported claims	
Premiums paid in advance	
Commissions 	
Other liabilities	
Reserves—
Mortuary Fund  $2,191,743.00
Sickness and Accident Fund  99,172.00
Juvenile Fund   22,101.00
$28,917.65
2,500.00
8,939.18
3,134.07
35.95
Balance
1,313,016.00
472,112.13
$2,828,654.98
Income.
Premiums, dues, and assessments
Special levy	
Interest and rents 	
Profit on sale of bonds	
Other revenue	
Balance 	
$231,999.45
19,935.85
132,991.03
1,641.72
561.07
12,641.96
$399,771.08
Disbursements.
Claims, endowments, and surrenders
Dividends 	
Special levy to Mortuary, Sickness and Accident, and Juvenile Funds	
Head Office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, travelling
expenses, rents, and miscellaneous	
Agency and organization expenses—Commissions, salaries, travelling expenses, and miscellaneous	
All other expenses—Advertising, books and periodicals, express, postage,
telegrams and telephones, legal fees, medical fees, official publications, office furniture, printing and stationery, convention and meetings, taxes, licences, and fees, contribution re war charities, and
miscellaneous	
Other disbursements 	
$250,813.98
43,304.02
19,935.85
28,759.78
41,281.43.
15,549.64
126.38
$399,771.08
Returns for British Columbia.
Income—•
Mortuary Fund	
Sickness and Accident Fund	
Juvenile Fund	
General Fund	
3,427.72
453.63
291.48
38.57
),211.40
Disbursements—
Mortuary Fund	
Sickness and Accident Fund
Juvenile Fund 	
$5,752.21
484.55
261.52
$6,498.28 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941. H 69
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, 1941.
Assets'
Mortgage loans on real estate  $4,798.69
Bonds and debentures (book value)   191,076.76
Cash on hand and in banks  65,697.45
Interest accrued  1,581.01
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net)   35,772.41
Furniture and fixtures  1,138.92
Other assets  3.00
$300,068.24
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st,
1941  $6,332.23
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures  1  19,444.27
Furniture and fixtures     1,138.92
       26,915.42
$273,152.82
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims       $9,472.61
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent.)       78,720.34
Cash dividends to shareholders—
(a.)   Due and unpaid ..         1,296.00
(6.)  Declared, but not yet due :        4,842.00
Taxes due and accrued        6,487.73
Return premiums and balances due agents         1,552.09
Reserves-—
(a.)   For unreported claims       $4,000.00
(b.)  For cash surrender values          7,000.00
       11,000.00
Under reinsurance agreements       21,055.74
Other liabilities  164.94
Capital stock—
Authorized   $500,000.00
Subscribed      500,000.00
Paid up        60,632.00
Surplus  :  .       77,929.37
$273,152.82 H 70 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)   $295,971.90
Losses and claims incurred (net)   $119,856.50
Adjustment expenses (net)       12,081.15
Commissions        97,647.74
Taxes        10,806.46
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       23,715.08
All other expenses       29,806.64
293,913.57
Underwriting profit       $2,058.33
Other revenue—
Interest earned       $7,260.48
Other expenditure-
Income and excess profits taxes  362.01
         6,898.47
Net profit       $8,956.80
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 80, 84, 86, and 92.)
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors.
J. W. Berry. R. U. Hurford.
J. W. Miller. John J. Harris.
Thos. Laing. F. W. Machell.
Archibald Blair. Thos. J. Robertson.
Henry Bose. W. J. Park.
William Newby. C. E. Whitney-Griffiths.
William MacNair.
Wm. Townsley, Manager-Secretary.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1941.
Assets.
Bonds and debentures (book value)   $50,562.50
Cash on hand and in banks  1,163.02
Interest accrued  330.91
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  1,454.29
Premium instalments not yet due    33,335.31
Premium notes  111,811.43
Deferred commissions  5,538.86
Furniture and fixtures  32.97
Deduct assets not admitted—
Furniture and fixtures  $32.97
Deferred commissions  5,538.86
Insurance premiums, second and third instalments  33,335.31
Premium notes held by Company  111,811.43
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st,
1941    377.02
$204,229.29
151,095.59
$53,133.70 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941. H 71
Liabilities.
Reserve of unearned premiums (net at 100 per cent.)      $19,624.08
Return premiums and balances due agents  840.24
Other liabilities   56.77
Balance—
Statutory Reserve Fund  $11,500.00
Surplus      21,112.61
       32,612.61
$53,133.70
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned, net     $28,575.28
Losses and claims incurred (net)   $4,398.12
Adjustment expenses (net)   9.07
Commissions      5,397.76
Taxes         904.08
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses     6,787.04
All other expenses     3,827.52
       21,323.59
Underwriting profit       $7,251.69
Other revenue—•
Interest earned  $1,504.59
Commission earned   15.99
Interest re promissory notes  85.72
         1,606.30
Net profit       $8,857.99
ROYAL PLATE GLASS AND GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY
OF CANADA.
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors.
Brenton S. Brown. Fred W. Sullivan.
Frank E. Chadwick. Percy S. Young.
John R. Cooney. Walter C. Heath.
Thomas S. Dixon. Fred O. Hodgson.
Frank Parsons. Ernest E. Buckerfield.
Frank Parsons, General Manager.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1941.
Assets.
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  $297,342.16
Cash on hand and in banks      23,182.66
Interest accrued        4,360.60
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net)        13,460.00
Due from reinsurance on losses already paid         2,520.88
$340,866.30 H 72 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Liabilities.
Taxes due and accrued       $1,754.72
Reinsurance premiums        13,459.99
Other liabilities  „  133.30
Capital stock—
Authorized   $1,000,000.00
Subscribed           100,000.00
Paid up .     100,000.00
Surplus       225,518.29
$340,866.30
Profit and Loss Account.
Commissions  $848.85
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses  1,916.19
All other expenses  208.62
Underwriting loss ;       $2,973.66
Other revenue—
Interest earned  $13,801.05
Profit on sale of securities and real estate       3,875.00
Profit on foreign exchange       1,438.74
Increase in amortized over book value of bonds- 194.84
  $19,309.63
Other expenditure—
Income and excess profits taxes     $3,866.94
Loss on sale of securities and real estate  40.00
Interest paid on bonds purchased         443.56
Investment expenses   604.78
       4,955.28
       14,354.35
Net profit  .     $11,380.69
SASKATCHEWAN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Saskatoon, Sask.
Directors.
R. J. Harper. J. H. Bailey.
Wm. Kershaw. H. R. Earl.
Alex. Ross. D. Maclean.
J. H. Evans. H. J. Beck.
O. C. Lawson.
H. R. Earl, General Manager.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1941.
Assets.
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  $568,046.94
Cash on hand and in banks       88,092.78
Interest due and accrued       18 580.97
Unassessed premium notes....,     162 496.89 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
H 73
Unpaid assessments	
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commissions deducted) _
Premiums due from reinsuring companies	
Amount due from reinsurance	
Furniture, fixtures, and automobiles	
Other assets	
$5,497.41
47,686.11
7,602.93
5,412.50
15,436.35
5,122.19
$923,975.07
Deduct assets not admitted—
Unassessed premium notes  $162,496.89
Unpaid assessments  5,497.41
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October
1st, 1941   2,325.68
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures .  50,377.50
Interest  !  6,077.01
Furniture, fixtures, and automobiles  15,436.35
242,210.84
$681,764.23
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims	
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent.).
Reinsurance premiums 	
Assessments prepaid	
Reinsurance reserve	
Other liabilities	
Surplus  	
$39,696.58
275,735.39
4,869.00
894.42
9,439.77
55.02
351,074.05
$681,764.23
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)  $453,916.09
Losses and claims incurred (net)   $154,615.91
Adjustment expenses (net)        20,388.68
Commissions .     113,230.24
Taxes       13,015.34
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses      50,022.15
All other expenses       24,708.59
     375,980.91
Underwriting profit      $77,935.18
Other revenue—
Interest earned
Bad debts recovered, previously written off	
Decrease in agents' balances over ninety days-
Decrease in deficiency of market under book
value of securities	
Other revenue	
$17,945.80
812.70
1,015.51
2,099.26
152.21
$22,025.48 H 74
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Other expenditure—
Life insurance        $213.40
Retirement Fund       3,155.68
Net profit	
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 81, 85, and 87.)
$3,369.08
$18,656.40
$96,591.58
WESTERN UNION INSURANCE COMPANY.
Head Office—Calgary, Alberta.
Directors.
Frank R. Freeze.
Wm. R. Cope.
M. MacKenzie.
Wm. G. Peterson.
G. L. Macdougall.
Wm. R. Cope, General Manager.
Clara M. Freeze.
Roy M. Widney.
Edwin H. Freeze.
Lome C. Jackson.
Statement for the Year ended December 31st, 1941.
Assets.
Bonds and debentures (amortized book value)  $83,747.50
Stocks (book value)   150.00
Cash on hand and in banks    59,805.70
Interest accrued  583.84
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  13,961.34
Premiums due from reinsuring companies  67.58
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1941
$158,315.96
1,219.56
$157,096.40
Liabilities.
Provision for unpaid claims . .      $8,613.33
Reserve of unearned premiums (net at 80 per cent.)
Taxes due and accrued
Reinsurance premiums
Return premiums and balances due agents	
Other liabilities 	
Capital stock—
Authorized  --  $500,000.00
Subscribed  _--     500,000.00
36,680.05
1,987.69
3,340.23
386.19
1,352.70
Paid up ...-.       100,000.00
Surplus          4,736.21
$157,096.40 • REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941. H 75
Profit and Loss Account.
Premiums earned (net)      $53,297.32
Losses and claims incurred (net)   $22,119.72
Adjustment expenses (net)        1,468.37
Commissions      18,640.84
Taxes        3,495.66
Management fee .'.       5,148.13
All other expenses       2,252.32
       53,125.04
Underwriting profit  $172.28
Other revenue—
Interest earned        2,300.37
Net profit       $2,472.65
Returns for British Columbia.
(See pages 82, 85, and 87.)  TABLE L—ABSTRACT OF LIFE INSURANCE RETURNS FOR 1941.
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
H 77
Insurer.
Premium Income.
Assurance.
Annuity.
Sinking
Fund
Payments.
Disbursements.
Assurance.
On Death
or
Maturity.
On Surrender, for
Disability,
Dividends,
etc.
Annuities.
jTo Annui-
I  tants.
On Death,
Surrender,
etc.
Exhibit op Policies.
In Force
Jan. 1st,
1941.
New
issued.
Other
Additions.
Ceased by
surrender
or lapse.
Ceased by
Death,
Maturity,
etc.
In Force
Dec. 31st,
1941.
Aetna Life Insurance Co-
Canada Life Assurance Co  	
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd—
Confederation Life Association	
Continental Life Insurance Co	
Crown Life Insurance Co	
\ Ordinary.
} Group	
\ Ordinary..
{ Group	
\ Ordinary.
" \ Group	
Dominion Life Assurance Co..-.
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co..
Empire Life Insurance Co	
Equitable Life Insurance Co	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co	
Great West Life Assurance Co	
Imperial Life Assurance Co 	
London Life Insurance Co    —
f Ordinary-
( Group	
j Ordinary..
| Group	
) Ordinary .
( Group	
y Ordinary..
l Group .
| Ordinary..
'V
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co. _
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co	
I Group
j" Ordinary..
. \ Industrial
[ Group	
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co-
Monarch Life Assurance Co	
Montreal Life Insurance Co	
f Ordinary...
" / Group	
f Ordinary...
•I Industrial
[ Group	
Ordinary.
Group	
\ Ordinary
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada j Qroup
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada..
New York Life Insurance Co. 	
North American Life Assurance Co  \    * mary
/ Group	
) Ordinary..
I Group	
| Ordinary..
/ Group	
Northern Life Assurance Co	
Norwich Union Life Insurance Society, Ltd—
Occidental Life Insurance Co  i q^ouT^
Prudential Insurance Co. of America..
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd—
Ordinary-
Industrial
Group	
Saskatchewan Life Insurance Co-
Sovereign Life Assurance Co	
♦Standard Life Assurance Co-
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada j GrourT^
m                                     rt f Ordinary -
Travelers Insurance Co j Group
Western Life Assurance Co   	
Totals	
$41,416
42,695
469,335
71,533
908
684,593
6,090
69,564
356,614
10,981
345,159
242
17,491
515
34,095
26,40-6
198,443
1,066,748
18,048
413,032
10,280
517,061
108,486
38,670
496
572,592
1,629
995,173
1,151,262
57,515
302,296
78,340
7,477
1,325,552
6,083
56,094
67,593
113
345,697
737,372
2,871
53,726
1,290
Nil
75,830
1,888
526,163
554,790
5,583
79,980
26,491
69,586
.86,457
1,458,117
319,811
171,776
28,471
39,644
$13,756,163
$106
Nil
104,232
Nil
Nil
66,409
Nil
3,283
57,785
48,941
74,505
Nil
282
Nil
967
224
5,279
71,340
6,243
46,086
Nil
8,768
__
Nil
21,818
Nil
5,021
30,639
69,267
2,759
58,721
282,375
19,610
Nil
1,446
Nil
8,316
114,658
Nil
985
Nil
Nil
822
Nil
30,643
Nil
17,136
Nil
1,359
53,338
13,386
185,110
148,409
Nil
Nil
Nil
$1,000
50
$25,570
27,150
256,121
42,296
Nil
286,098
6,750
25,921
127,058
7,500
99,647
Nil
1,909
Nil
20,280
15,332
64,382
474,988
8,130
210,309
8,500
201,174
8,366
33,750
Nil
249,276
625
291,157
455,182
25,002
89,518
9,781
1,993
448,517
2,060
63,253
38,834
NtZ
196,493
218,116
1,000
17,375
1,000
Nil
9,914
3,000
120,463
127,715
12,446
27,730
5,626
41,535
49,290
533,0-77
139,680
21,880
5,150
12,000
$14,435
Nil
263,551
4,740
Nil
276,906
802
26,074
83,287
Nil
121,811
Nil
2,433
Nil
5,148
17,068
67,082
548,561
1,696
261,211
Nil
177,095
15,002
2,156
42
240,627
Nil
350,765
523,435
15,257
120,729
8,0-90
183
617,772
Nil
33,950
25,436
Nil
173,358
321,679
Nil
33,650
Nil
Nil
13,254
Nil
160,640
227,903
2,956
35,167
8,636
35,089
18,030
700,730
53,182
33,144
Nil
18,391
$1,560,268
$1,050
,169,919 | $5,661,153
$168
Nil
69,071
Nil
Nil
29,139
Nil
1,587
11,776
5,075
10,194
Nil
1,651
Nil
255
Nil
3,205
49,815
Nil
6,086
Nil
15,050
Nil
Nil
Nil
29,209
Nil
4,096
171
21,343
10,209
1,370
408
43,535
135
2,972
552
Nil
16,087
18,820
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
1,270
Nil
4,152
Nil
63
Nil
Nil
13,185
100
160,882
2,541
1,177
Nil
478
Nil
Nil
$13,756
1,247
Nil
15,633
Nil
2,738
64,924
Nil
14,365
Nil
Nil
Nil
114
Nil
106
43,343
111
24,465
Nil
8,570
Nil
Nil
Nil
1,167
Nil
3,325
4,884
Nil
32,028
30
6,017
37,535
807
Nil
1,678
Nil
429
75,360
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
906
Nil
Nil
Nil
803
8,511
Nil
9,795
5,931
1,974
Nil
Nil
$1,218,253
3,463,700
15,190,397
2,271,500
30,431
23,104,564
438,200
2,222,978
14,700,852
1,121,500
11,022,256
Nil
559,845
56,000
998,079
819,330
6,201,684
39,870,111
1,186,443
14,650,883
588,500
20,194,179
3,116,229
2,709,942
15,500
16,928,830
9,000
35,577,533
24,368,089
4,179,000
11,235,264
2,697,016
562,727
41,101,390
315,000
2,223,059
2,672,440
3,460
11,648,119
23,545,304
205,701
2,048,052
75,750
Nil
3,626,290
86,000
15,444,067
12,655,658
562,864
3,960,136
1,104,422
2,682,631
2,774,481
44,258,597
26,0-20,503
5,859,467
2,752,425
1,297,585
$22,500
Nil
1,018,966
24,500
Nil
1,958,764
139,000
187,139
1,399,929
76,500
1,416,511
Nil
167,099
Nil
140,627
76,703
880,665
2,236,611
32,500
691,769
Nil
2,745,451
2,103,391
487,0-00
1,000
1,495,814
25,000
3,820,176
2,469,039
100,268
1,525,273
606,933
Nil
3,533,841
104,000
Nil
231,700
Nil
529,200
3,006,244
Nil
68,601
6,000
Nil
275,682
71,212
2,360,792
1,162,522
Nil
280,229
286,993
169,370
220,500
4,079,519
879,900
321,300
266,000
133,595
$9
$29,500
$56,070
3,507,950
Nil
1,082,200
30,297
625,222
365,395
198,000
Nil
224,500
Nil
Nil
Nil
373,949
1,113,361
528,394
71,842
Nil
88,842
32,510
141,741
41,286
364,824
687,140
325,171
471,000
Nil
566,500
153,589
632,775
182,747
Nil
Nil
Nil
15,151
52,279
15,000
9,000
Nil
7,000
21,130
44,758
24,420
33
51,000
25,842
345,319
430,398
374,009
647,567
1,909,185
693,816
267,845
Nil
103,105
516,368
754,343
606,868
113,000
Nil
77,500
1,162,574
1,008,118
1,102,409
128,586
470,501
131,778
989,590
303,000
757,880
Nil
1,000
Nil
265,544
780,497
341,993
7,000
Nil
3,000
1,474,599
1,328,607
1,530,349
1,043,558
1,409,171
1,061,245
667,132
Nil
650,158
111,554
795,871
187,260
128,059
324,969
106,427
127,860
90,920
58,777
1,156,419
1,860,747
1,218,969
73,500
Nil
81,250
34,983
75,051
114,663
65,133
114,251
111,047
Nil
Nil
Nil
141,607
298,468
493,815
627,951
1,374,358
690,911
4,650
74,000
10,683
62,963
97,508
83,771
1,000
7,000
1,000
Nil
Nil
Nil
99,379
404,159
155,633
8,736
Nil
3,000
59,091
511,140
321,485
212,086
662,546
184,292
79,097
Nil
47,099
Nil
146,250
83,473
95,042
211,650
52,123
69,231
155,220
61,628
15,845
110,670
67,852
1,100,597
2,338,304
1,719,695
6,062,423
Nil
4,678,338
5,378
284,432
44,510
896,905
40,500
508,180
8,540
196,250
24,775
$1,155,192
5,889,450
15,249,043
2,269,500
30,431
23,795,522
560,200
2,259,600
15,453,294
1,102,500
11,776,834
Nil
674,816
58,000
1,088,626
819,224
6,623,261
40,151,288
1,383,683
14,497,809
624,000
21,989,677
4,746,027
3,125,652
15,500
17,567,698
38,000
38,013,357
25,410,270
4,296,242
11,888,960
3,000,612
540,890
42,711,934
411,250
2,068,328
2,743,975
3,460
11,526,643
25,114,230
125,668
1,998,337
74,750
Nil
3,441,559
162,948
17,031,325
13,183,428
594,862
4,101,641
1,222,684
2,704,384
2,832,304
45,380,714
28,284,488
5,857,203
3,366,650
1,218,495
$535,827 |  $380,552
1	
$468,232,216
$43,836,328  |    $24,125,995
$21,946,860  |    $22,078,133  |  $492,256,418
* Statement to November 15th, 1941.
TABLE IL—LIFE INSURANCE SUMMARY.
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year.
Premium Income.
Disbursements.
Amount in Force.
Ordinary.
Industrial.
Group.
Total.
On Death or
Maturity.
Other Payments.                    Total.
1937	
$12,365,000
12,293,000
12,357,000
12,339,000
12,541,000
$1,650,000
1,736,000
1,780,000
1,799,000
1,815,000
$643,000
654,000
744,000
810,000
962,000
$14,659,000
14,683,000
14,880,000
14,948,000
15,317,481
$4,285,000
4,699,000
5,058,000
5,228,000
5,706,000
$7,020,000
6,842,000
7,508,000
7,340,000
6,042,000
$11,305,000
11,541,000
12,566,000
12,568,000
11,747,000
$434,381,000
449,576,000
455,953,000
468,542,00-0
492,256,000
1938	
1939 ....    	
1940      	
1941	 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
H 79
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941.
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net
Premiums
•earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio of
(3) to (2).
(1.)
$19,723
53,349
9,547
42,115
13,324
2,897
4,840
7,708
15,022
9,337
17,002
41,705
42
4,994
(2.)
$19,201
48,938
7,683
35,808
8,557
2,544
4,723
6,313
11,869
6,710
15,611
38,517
22
5,391
(3.)
$5,445
44,389
2,579
16,262
125
402
1,038
2,026
3,996
1,751
1,295
8,128
Nil
3,186
28 36
90.70
45.41
1.46
15.80
American Central Insurance Co	
American Home Fire Assurance Co   ■  	
21.9S
32.09
33.67
26.09
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd.   	
8.30
21.10
Nil
59.10
13,033
28,034
3,292
4,775
6,996
25,229
2,420
9,063
23,248
32,501
6,049
13,907
12,668
3,826
16,527
11,562
10,073
31,755
2,420
23,410
13,309
9,166
27,662
15,565
15,697    '
11,061
10,268
4,054
7,161
3,933
1,547
18,237
847
10,596
29,828
2,568
4,383
5,366
24,912
2,363
9,335
22,911
27,863
5,905
12,097
11,934
3,940
14,830
7,254
11,404
30,643
2,364
19,735
12,989
9,133
27,156
13,894
15,320
7,072
10,046
3,739
6,967
4,181
729
16,255
981
6,402
8,661
49,579
1,182
14,101
6,570
21,390
31,835
27,071
10,723
6,697
2.412
29,040
2,905
25,340
8,356
2,873
5,155
3,363
8,437
13,684
29.731
6,597
■    3,790
6,351
132
765
3,197
5,257
519
206
*•   1,609
121
1,298
2,513
2,260
1,311
1,499
3,012
1,532
3,408
519
1,912
2,857
3,883
6,251
3,432
3,263
990
1,489
117
1,462
3,216
23
1,721
14
35.77
Bankers' & Traders' Insurance Co., Ltd 	
21.29
5.16
17.45
59.58
British America Assurance Co.    	
21.10
21.96
2.21
7.03
.43
British General Insurance Co., Ltd	
21.98
20.77
17.84
33.27
10.11
41.51
Caledonian American Insurance Co..	
13.43
11.12
21.95
9.69
22.00
42.52
Canadian Fire Insurance Co    	
23.02
24.70
21.29
Canadian Surety Co   	
Car & General Insurance Corporation, Ltd	
14.00
14.82
3.13
Central Insurance Co., Ltd. -  	
20.98
77.00
3.16
Century Insurance Co., Ltd  	
10.59
1.43
Columbia Insurance Co. '   	
6,574
10,709
54,671
1,210
16,886
9,738
21,651
35,562
28,126
12,758
10,292
2,723
32,511
3,065
29,664
9,894
3,377
4,663
3,230
10,036
18,042
33,419
8,068
1,815
7,812
9,219
260
2,274
4,060
1,319
16,664
5,912
1,056
427
328
7,452
2,379
10,576
517
454
881
111
240
6,267
3,836
329
28.35
90.20
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd  -
18.59
22.00
16.12
61.79
Continental Insurance Co  	
Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd-	
6.17
52.35
14.46
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co-	
Drapers' & General Insurance Co., Ltd  	
9.85
6.38
13.60
25.66
81.89
Employers Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd—	
41.74
6.18
15.80
17.09
3.29
2.84
45.79
Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Co	
Fire Association of Philadelphia.- , 	
12.90
4.68
$1,027,769
$922,684
$244,739 II 80
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE  III.—FIRE  INSURANCE  PREMIUMS  AND  LOSSES  FOR  1941—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio of
(3) to (2).
(1.)
$1,027,769
25,376
49,177
19,254
6,646
(2.)
$922,684
21,307
44,268
17,482
6,246
273
(3.)
$244,739
4,686
25,057
1,624
199
21.99
56.60
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark— 	
9.29
3 IS
First National Insurance Co. of America.     (See note.)	
173
42
15.49
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada. 	
6,506
10,164
4,545
7,075
96
3,426
2.11
48.42
87,770
3,519
1,476
7,481
7,198
8,951
22,421
28,258
90,007
13,599
16,546
162,215
7,378
31,251
51,354
6,940
29,331
18,871
135,526
80,484
4,855
997
5,582
7,388
8,709
17,259
23.762
88,075
13,141
14,892
119,773
5.203
29,955
39,162
6,933
18,602
12.516
104,974
10,897
12,801
3,105
9,187
4,572
42,394
20,302
24,112
31,592
65,874
13,933
11,783
554
859
307
1,856
1,827
11.080
3,683
31,729
3,224
4,315
39,892
574
3,058
8,126
2,970
13,231
965
24,318
2,286
3,630
399
1,693
3,485
14,991
956
14,021
989
12,484
2,923
14.64
11.41
86.17
5.50
25.12
20.98
64.25
15.50
36.02
24.54
28.97
33.31
11.03
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
10.21
20.75
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Company
42.00
71.12
Home Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
.08
23.16
11,200
13,148
4,148
11,988
4,715
55,344
14,662
31,250
37,080
74,683
14,322
20.99
28.35
12.85
18.42
76.22
Insurance Co. of North America  ...
35.36
4.71
58.01
3.13
18.95
20.98
18,733
8,046
83,868
3,926
7,094
45,215
3,461
13,148
14,374
3,983
3,891
Nil
5,500
12,333
10,626
23,670
15,858
5,107
7,306
20,163
3,442
157,483
32,805
5,134
31,956
10,443
3,542
22.636
19,656
6,570
73.592
4,023
7,442
40,852
1,962
12,803
12.719
2,836
3,389
Nil
5,765
10,217
9,326
27,778
10.247
3,427
5,110
21,659
3,906
122.199
31,483
5,023
28,575
10,653
16.264
17.828
1,223
1,356
18,413
176
1,043
15,740
277
3,630
918
4.684
— 3,134
Nil
40
3,277
5,927
5,882
884
237
1,260
2,993
1,820
81,152
3,961
745
4,398
1,189
1,988
308
6.22
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd 	
20.64
25.02
4.37
14.02
38.52
14.12
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd 	
28.35
7.21
16.52
Marine Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Nil
.69
32.07
Merchants & Manufacturers Fire Insurance Co..	
Merchants Fire Assurance Corporation of N.Y.	
Merchants Marine Insurance Co., Ltd —. .  	
63.55
21.00
8.63
.07
24.66
13.82
46.59
Milwaukee Mechanics' Insurance Co  - 	
66.41
12.58
Motor Union Insurance Co., Ltd  	
14.82
15.39
National Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co	
11.16
12.22
1.73
$2,721,440
$2,380,215
$662,454 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
H 81
TABLE  III.—FIRE  INSURANCE  PREMIUMS  AND  LOSSES  FOR  1941—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio of
(3) to (2).
(i.)
$2,721,440
(2.)
$2,380,215
(3.)
$662,454
National Liberty Insurance Co. of America.     (See note.)..
7,161
5,134
1,756
3,029
10,739
7,700
6,967
5,023
1,501
3,415
9,564
7,491
1,462
745
473
318
1,504
1,572
National Provincial Insurance Co , Ltd .	
14.82
9 31
15.74
1,826
6,932
9,082
12,307
35,767
13,148
18,460
114,712
9,482
4,840
51,017
12,047
13.309
54,493
11,309
14,572
14,519
10,315
32,958
4,114
1,285
20,703
113,899
27,983
6,300
9,881
8,626
28,184
36,644
18,467
33,374
9,054
7,001
5,611
39,411
105,993
1,278
7,889
5,967
8,147
39,036
12,802
16,555
110,463
8,931
4,723
48,655
14,238
12,989
41,960
10,750
11,421
14,170
8,865
25,994
3,829
1,573
10,904
101.306
23,367
6,130
8.523
7,052
2'i„jl6
33,318
17,209
31,383
8,022
7,128
4,775
37,806
97,763
315
347
331
1,800
7,036
3,630
4,218
21,029
815
1,038
12,845
921
2,857
8,056
849
1,622
3,113
6,480
6,572
2,931
36
— 674
37,595
3,767
1,286
780
1,133
14,479
6,203
4,144
6,573
423
820
494
7,716
24,736
24.65
4.39
.055
22.10
28 35
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd.	
25.48
19 04
9.13
21.98
26.40
6.47
22.00
19.20
7.89
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
14.20
21.97
73.09
25.28
76.59
2.29
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.	
37.11
16.12
20.98
Planet Assurance Co., Ltd.
9.15
16.06
Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd.	
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd   -	
Quebec Fire Assurance Co.	
53.01
18.62
24.08
20.94
Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd.	
5.44
11.50
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada  	
10.34
20.40
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd.      ,.. —	
Royal Plate Glass & General Ins. Co. of Canada.     (See
25.30
Royal Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd-. 	
4,939
21,218
15,836
7,761
7,184
20,571
13,169
5,141
2,653
1,826
12,018
4,679
82,503
8,108
5,134
51,770
5,149
5,037
15,660
14,443
6,270
7,283
21,985
10,146
3,256
2,741
1,278
10,035
4.628
58,092
8,051
5,023
45,014
8,391
1,336
1,758
5,059
979
711
3,963
6,141
268
82
315
1,047
278
16,881
5,621
745
8,724
736
26.52
11.00
35.02
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation        	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd. —	
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co —
Sea Insurance Co., Ltd -     _
15.61         .
9.76
18.03
60.52
8.22
3.00
24.65
South British Insurance Company, Ltd.	
Southern Insurance Co., Ltd— -  	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. 	
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co  	
State Assurance Co., Ltd   	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd   —
10.43
6.01
29.06
69.82
14.82
18.38
8.78
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.     (See note.)	
12,735
100,540
22,988
8,542
28,333
13.148
11,577
90,392
22,433
15,404
25,719
12.801
2,841
25,481
4,935
7,989
2,570
3,630
24.54
28.19
22.00
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co. of Paris	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd 	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd 	
51.86
9.99
28.36
$4,130,529
$3,652,072
$966,934 H 82
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE  III.—FIRE  INSURANCE  PREMIUMS  AND  LOSSES  FOR  1941—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio of
(3) to (2).
(i.)
$4,130,529
6,574
10,643
32,744
2,929
85,249
9,131
190
15,636
2,664
(2.)
$3,652,072
6.408
11,653
33.692
3.865
67.848
4,793
63
13,593
794
{3 )
$966,934
1,815
4.117
6.449
399
23.192
2.115
NU
393
16
United British Insurance Co., Ltd.     (See note.)	
2S.32
35.33
United States Fire Insurance Co.	
19.14
10.32
34.18
Wellington Fire Insurance Co. .,     	
44.13
2.89
2.00
World Fire & Marine Insurance Co   	
2,101
6,167
21,983
2,991
6,122
22,387
621
162
2,833
20.76
2.65
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd.   	
12.65
Totals .—	
$4,326,549
$3,826,281
$1,009,046
26.37
Note.—The entire business of this Insurer was either cancelled or reinsured by one or more Insurers whose
names are included in the foregoing table, and the figures in the latter case are included in the figures for that
Insurer or Insurers.
Reciprocal Exchanges.
Name of Exchange.
Net Premium
Deposits
written.
Net Premium
Deposits
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio of
(3) to (2).
(1.)
$18,067
3,034
1,620
4.060
4,700
20,337
1,291
5.660
2.565
(2.)
$15,935
3,099
1,516
4.074
3,852
21,022
790
5.778
2.426
(3.)
$19,755
Nil
24
NU
Nil
449
Nil
25
Nil
123.98
Nil
1.5905
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter Insur-
Nil
Individual Underwriters _	
Nil
.02
Nil
.43
N-'l
Totals  	
$61,334
$58,492
$20,253
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE  SUMMARY.
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
m
Year.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Premiums
earned.
Net Amount of
Losses incurred.
Ratio Losses
incurred to
Premiums
earned.
1937..    	
1938  	
$4,167,000
4,056,000
3,866,000
3,880,000
4,327,000
$4,082,000
4,105,000
3,953,000
3,902,000
3,826,000
$1,877,000
2,011,000
1,134,000
1,133,000
1,009,000
45.96
1939...  	
1940     .....
1941	
26.37 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
H 83
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941.
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio of
(3) to (2).
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.     (See note.)	
Central Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co. .
Century 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., Ltd	
Dominion Fire Insurance Co.. 	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co. .
Drapers' & General Insurance Co., Ltd	
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	
First National Insurance Co. (See note.).
Franklin Fire Insurance Co. (See note.)..
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  	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada _	
Glens Falls Insurance Co..— —  	
Globe Indemnity Co— 	
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co..
Great American Indemnity Co	
Great American Insurance Co	
Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd 	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd _	
Halifax Fire Insurance Co 	
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co...
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co  —
Carried forward 	
(1.)
NU
$45
Nil
NU
45
132
19,647
43,649
Nil
8,585
3,202
7,306
64,205
Nil
45,608
14,358
13,232
8,877
14,036
1,744
14,981
3,180
2,873
25,522
18,637
24,106
25,765
24.078
27.762
3,624
23,408
2.560
8,778
79,676
14,425
804
390
Nil
16,676
4,370
40,870
6.428
149
Nil
22,917
—248
Nil
2,627
4,809
Nil
Nil
Nil
29,696
12,340
76,239
45,788
34,262
Nil
31,762
30,625
17,466
2,396
1,186
59
231,563
36,985
91,524
8
21,473
(2.)
Nil
$17
NU
Nil
37
158
19,705
44,760
Nil
8,727
2,790
7,689
62,330
61
43,968
13,644
12,735
8,757
13,610
2,184
14,907
3,036
2,924
25,177
18,979
24,657
24,881
23,770
29,618
3,357
19,196
113
8,901
74.298
14,233
450
471
Nil
16,428
4,497
39,027
4,634
238
9
26.003
1,359
Nil
2,280
4.087
Nil
Nil
Nil
20,758
12,652
74,257
39,646
31,919
Nil
28,000
29,829
19,018
2,546
1,422
35
219,466
33,847
78,214
54
16.638
SI.307,210     |     $1,237,003
I
(3.)
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
$30
46
5,062
16,792
NU
3,125
3,547
1,610
19,427
NU
28,272
5,414
3,825
5,440
2,648
718
7,680
1,507
326
15,644
6,120
10,190
16,099
10,513
16,398
1,337
7,451
350
3,125
55,508
8,842
Nil
2,485
.   1,325
14,580
5,925
-25
mi
9,813
125
NU
1,150
162
NU
Nil
Nil
5,841
17,027
27,678
22,754
15,583
Nil
15,338
9,660
10,626
849
410
Nil
111,266
12,046
33,780
17
6.271
Nil
NU
Nil
NU
81.08
28.81
25.68
37.51
NU
35.81
127.14
20.91
31.17
Nil
64.30
39.68
30.03
62.12
19.46
32.88
51.52
49.63
11.15
62.14
32.25
41.33
64.70
44.22
55.36
39.83
38.81
3.08
35.11
74.71
62.12
1.78
13.54
NU
15.12
29.48
37.36
127.87
Nil
Nil
37.74
9.16
Nil
50.45
3.96
Nil
NU
NU
28.14
134.58
37.27
57.39
48.82
Nil
54.77
32.38
55.87
33.36
28.21
NU
50.43
35.59
43.19
31.09
37.69
$581,404 H 84
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE V.-
-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941
—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio of
(3) to (2).
(1.)
$1,307,210
2,753
90,980
30,689
(2.)
$1,237,003
2.461
89,678
37,212
(3.)
$581,404
261
39,210
21,312
Hartford Fire Insurance Co...  	
10.61
57 27
Homestead Fire Insurance Co.     (See note.) 	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co.     (See note.) —    	
4,625
10,041
74
Nil
66
Nil
14,450
20,954
161
17,025
3,375
9,455
49,823
13,405
12,240
907
5,858
23,424
110.677
1,481
9,286
2,136
10,679
1,235
13,790
4.602
83,113
8
27,413
2,374
Nil
261
191
3,168
1,150
NU
NU
16,326
12,001
37,355
50,713
241
28,795
2,387
50,106
11,068
8,392
5,548
2,858
20,562
96,584
Nil
2,153
44,106
18,298
3,813
11,848
7,626
22,186
39,549
4,536
10,168
63
Nil
57
Nil
15.194
19,187
139
16,603
3,290
9,574
49,032
13.547
12,297
907
6.153
22,712
99,156
1,676
7,305
1,910
10,828
1,307
14.340
2,738
74,388
54
25.819
2,197
Nil
2,425
2,415
Nil
NU
NU
Nil
7,100
3,949
5
5,692
1,120
8,293
20,948
5,890
6,297
4
1,116
14,443
68,881
399
6,323
— 6,049
9,048
238
4,065
2,938
33,621
17
12,473
590
NU
Imperial Insurance Office 	
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America _	
Indiana Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co  .   ..
23.76
Nd
Nil
Nil
Nil
45.82
20.58
3 42
34.28
34.04
66.62
42.72
London & Lancashire Insurance Co    	
London & Provincial Marine General Insurance Co., Ltd.—
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation 	
43.48
51.20
.44
18.13
63.59
69.47
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co 	
23.81
86.56
83.56
18.00
28.35
107.30
45.20
31.09
48.30
26.84
NU
National Retailers Mutual Insurance Company.. 	
National Union Fire Insurance Co 	
138
245
3,094
684
Nil
Nil
15,511
12,352
36,473
48,659
232
28,093
2,325
49,433
9,675
8,541
5,476
2,700
26,888
100,030
Nil
14
24
1,256
734
Nil
NU
1,098
3,958
15,617
16,859
21
7,068
1,144
30,606
2,311
3,125
3,400
221
15,416
66,345
Nil
10.15
9.8
40.59
107.31
New York Underwriters Insurance Co.. 	
NU
Nil
7.08
32.04
42.82
34.65
Northwestern National Insurance Co...   	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
9.22
25.16
49.20
61.91
23.88
36.59
62.12
8.17
57.33
66.32
NU
2,832
44,571
19,524
3,725
11,218
7,377
21,449
38,322
1,545
956
12,956
— 2,128
1,508
1,569
5,240
5,533
12,404
33.76
29.07
40.48
13.98
71.04
25.79
32.37
Royal Plate Glass & General Insurance Co. of Canada.
1,444
605
39.00
$2,383,038
$2,292,643
$1,062,288 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE. 1941.
H 85
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941
—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Net
Premiums
written.
Net
Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio of
(3) to (2).
(1.)
$2,383,038
2,218
79,648
7,786
(2.)
$2,292,643
2,478
68,400
7,299
(3.)
$1,062,288
4,596
30,648
185.00
44.80
NU
NU
South British Insurance Co., Ltd.     (See note.) 	
2,862
40,270
18,197
21,080
1,579
9,298
6,658
NU
27,822
51,735
2,909
23,962
18,348
20,000
1,612
9,255
6,568
Nil
27,683
48,492
1,042
25,706
5,162
9,283
110
2.598
4,081
Nil
14,260
24,407
35.81
107.28
28.13
46.41
6.82
28.07
62.13
Nil
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd   	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd  —	
United British Insurance Co., Ltd.     (See note.)  -^—.
50.33
11
26,596
3,189
Nil
65,974   '
6,756
21,103
9,636
6
25.010
2,034
Nil
59,866
3,832
20,376
4,818
Nil
6,329
29,813
1,916
11,405
677
Western Assurance Co  	
Western Union Insurance Co — ....
Westminster Fire Office.     (See note.)  .	
55.97
14.04
World Fire & Marine Insurance Co.   	
NU
6,037
26,298
127,047
Nil
5,809
23,523
123,489
NU
1,521
11,069
78,078
NU
25 18
47.05
63 23
$2,956,864
$2,811,204
$1,336,408
Note.—Ths entire business of this Insurer was either cancelled or reinsured by one or more Insurers whose
names are included in the foregoing table, and the figures in the latter case are included in the figures for that
Insurer or Insurers.
Reciprocal Exchanges.
Name of Exchange.
Net Premium
Deposits
written.
Net Premium
Deposits
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio of
(3) to (2).
(1.)
$1,709
(2.)
$2,367
(3.)
$2,668
113 00
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE SUMMARY.
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Premiums
earned.
Net Losses
incurred.
Ratio Losses
incurred to
Premiums
earned.
1937      .   .         	
$2,202,000
2,459,000
2,459,000
2,708,000
2,957,000
$2,045,000
2,356,000
2,448,000
2,653,000
2,811,000
$1,266,000
1,261,000
1,151,000
1,376.000
1,336,000
61 90
1938                            	
1939	
47 02
1940  	
51 87
1941                                                  	 H 86
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941.
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE.
Accident Insurance.
Sickness Insurance.
Name of Insurer.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
•$11,311
$11,795
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co., Ltd   	
290
9
3,463
2,067
5,648
1,658
6,973
224
624
3,141
905
1,342
740
2,251
677
5,306
42
19
2,375
72
$2,109
1,350
2,623
823
2,535
74
1,736
388
$727
952
2,912
197
2,044
270
1,506
19
22
(              *857
j              2,798
277
39,127
3,843
•4,664
20
37,456
1,474
Casualty Co. of Canada _ -	
3,660
351
14,479
1,975
3,728
30,177
1,807
36,573
17,381
555
15,328
12 472
46,392
•8,244
3,817
10,045
3,825
1,264
11,469
8,827
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd..	
1,289
1,141
273
273
f           *2,613
(              4,295
(                *176
j               1,507
1,679
5
1,154
5
1,022
567
•26,049
2,350
453
2,158
1,559
1,795
36
232
361
641
—25
2,457
948
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corpn., Ltd	
923
863
662
238
953
263
5,283
362
410
10
458
259
1,010
14,478
1,915
165
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada	
697
109
10
424
1,118
484
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd 	
68
497
160
1,130
Liverpool S-, London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd.	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada
187
6.085
f              *145
\                962
10
(           *2,043
|              3,365
•43,438
•22,949
68
402
343
27
2,264
106
6,540
30
4,428
London & Provincial Marine & General Insur. Co., Ltd.—.
876
220
1,505
28,484
12,078
979
44
24
$311,751
$149,549
$109,665
$58,819
* Accident and sickness. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
H 87
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE—Continued.
Accident Insurance.
Sickness Insurance.
Name of Insurer.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$311,751
f         H1.998
(             7,589
353
•184,622
•604
3,547
290
1,914
191
•1,255
7,536
1,465
f              *396
\                456
•22,528
395
$149,549
7,989
4,311
86,114
225
— 1,358
$109,665
$58,819
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co..	
1,316
— 213
2,777
2,269
— 14
428
211
100
20
478
353
1,577
— 19
5
454
13,279 '
139
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd 	
1,340
372
272
133
29
32
46
2,925
202
1,603
461
307
4,446
2,570
44,447
503
6,898
f              »281
|                 148
606
57
4,909
61
63
f            *4,354
I              3,133
2,442
581
977
902
884
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd.	
225
NU
250
2,918
1,803
14,745
57
3,250
18
32
80
—3
3,819
929
1,420
76,262
79
6,250
827
1,219
53,521
89
4,088
23
139
—25
Western Assurance Co.     	
2,953
1,593
— 14
1,132
308
1.148
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insur. Co., Ltd.	
7,347
4.856
Totals  .1    	
$637,352
$293,159
$212,991
$129,284
* Accident and sickness.
AIRCRAFT AND PLATE-GLASS INSURANCE.
Aircraft Insurance.
Plate-class
Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$14
$157
$18
656
855
21,748
137
326
766
228
331
1,317
1,801
278
428 '
403
11
20
30
70
$439
134
10,413
9
272
91
76
201
677
Canadian Indemnity Co. _	
1,164
348
126
99
$45
$257
$29,292
$14,049 H 88
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
AIRCRAFT AND PLATE-GLASS INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Aircraft Insurance.
Plate-glass
Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$45
$257
$29,292
286
13
415
481
$14,049
33
495
Continental Casualty Co.  _ 	
256
75
23
1,884
195
833
53
1,106
Eagle Star Insurance Co., Ltd 	
313
234
1
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada                    	
301
679
217
2,365
176
878
148
General Casualty Co. of America 	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada  	
877
529
5
596
159
— 1,224
559
798
692
1,692
171
356
14
339
1,450
— 24
811
434
67
Hudson Bay Insurance Co.    	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Co  	
Imperial Insurance Office       . ,.       _	
1,233
919
5
130
1,357
Insurance Company of North America —	
11
30
74
71
59
841
111
66
74
457
18
28
200
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd  _	
229
18,873
197
12
75
356
1,442
1,304
584
39
851
650
7
— 12
	
309
379
142
232
748
229
1,707
380
270
458
1,201
4,275
14
3
Phoenix Insurance Co _ 	
—23
— 4
161
483
217
500
223
Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd -_
343
Railway Passengers Assurance Co	
39
151
Royal Plate Glass & General Insurance Co. of Canada
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co.       	
14
38
99
76
$4,251      1          $29,027
$52,712
$28,106
x    -,- REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
H 89
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
AIRCRAFT AND PLATE-GLASS INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Aircraft Insurance.
Plate-glass
Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$4,251
$22,027
$52,712
$28,106
7
— 8
-  117
1,078
109
7
356
502
— 17
1,625
88
24
86
1,087
375
84
987
10
356
5
— 8
74
152
6
287
22
24
Western Assurance Co   	
21
70
34
5
41
55
Totals  	
$5,003
$23,689
$56,168
$29,887
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY AND PUBLIC-LIABILITY INSURANCE.
Name of Insurer.
Employers'  Liability
Insurance.
Public-liability
Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$115
$16
7,126
228
648
1,714
1,101
734
3,664
368
33
14,971
33,338
5,839
84
714
194
14.978
1,734
73
1,641
3,602
13,085
2,331
21,457
2,303
7,885
2,708
$100
13
—9
3
25
61
41
50
2,825
— 15
$3,114
3,408
1,023
287
Canada Security Assurance Co  __	
25
Canadian General Insurance Co. _ 	
598
3,160
135
922
1,353
— 1.835
6,196
50
25
1,350
25
	
—16
587
4,187
34
40
911
14
2,695
150
118
235
55
189
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York	
.   479
1,868
-3,147
25
794
11,426
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corpn., Ltd.	
991
3,672
77
—55
1,197
355
7,550
2,375
2,009
1,259
583
391
16
— 1,161
Hudson Bay Insurance Co  	
1
1
92
3
150
$11,963
$3,602
$154,598
$35,661 H 90
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY AND PUBLIC-LIABILITY INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Employers' Liability
Insurance.
Public-liability
Insurance.
♦
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward ._      	
$11,963
141
658
i
$3,602
$154,598
1,454
915
1,318
7
301
5,384
95
785
$35,661
106
4
Legal & General Assurance Society, Ltd	
1,807
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.. - 	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd 	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada	
London & Provincial Marine & General Insur. Co., Ltd	
26
2,428
9
7
9
732
— 6
1,166
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd. _	
18,908
11,701
730
101
7
902
1,761
4,523
1,172
484
87
120
87
331
775
3
179
38
518
25
52
2,311
99
5,198
4,594
551
719
2,876
835
1,342
2,678
712
— 230
4,614
759
— 146
349
105
22
301
11
81
489
4
73
—52
—
24
625
12,249
101
1,156
124
13,224
121
5,923
7
790
383
1,730
2.083
125
774
2,354
92
27
2,321
951
102
60
6,304
4,982
3
35
159
340
96
151
— 80
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insurance Co., Ltd	
256
$40,337
$21,553
$227,094
$62,065
GUARANTEE AND
THEFT INSURANCE
Guarantee
NSURANCE.
Theft Insurance.
Name of Insurer.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$13
50
$10
$34
$2,792
556
1,307
1,240
1,470
595
1,694
991
853
15,370
79
905
357
410
59
617
290
400
1,405
48
7,078
10,779
— 32
1,004
— 128
249
717
Canadian General Insurance Co 	
945
$21,045
$2,881
$24,110
$4,121 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
H 91
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
GUARANTEE AND THEFT INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Guarantee Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Theft Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Brought forward .
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., Ltd..
General Casualty Co. of America  	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
Great American Indemnity Co __ 	
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.
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	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. ... 	
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.
Royal Plate Glass & General Insurance Co. of Canada .
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd  —
South British Insurance Co., Ltd .-.	
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd  	
Toronto Genera] Insurance Co 	
Travelers Indemnity Co  	
Union Assurance Society, Ltd..
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co.
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
Union Marine & Genera] Insurance Co., Ltd—
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co 	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co.. 	
Western Assurance Co  	
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd	
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd  —
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insurance Co., Ltd..
Totals    -
$21,045
21,123
24,611
164
1,318
3,007
2,571
4,278
3,708
1,669
1,547
282
1,609
5,075
192
103
1,658
130
472
152
149
1,964
1,145
176
35
181
358
558
892
487
'469
56
336
2.802
2,323
5
57
261
226
4,897
1,624
37
663
$2,881
2,270
514
2,040
-500
7
121
570
400
29
-325
— 67
-333
25
43
700
-100
94
377
922
546
150
700
—30
$24,110
10,839
2,696
1,133
878
8,677
301
156
3,845
3,718
92
2,041
4,804
1,069
6,686
2,455
3,622
4,671
639
168
1,640
708
757
273
5,526
387
119
1,699
3
24
1,351
1,077
1,271
846
1,750
289
2,372
792
449
604
1,984
1,236
316
1,730
2,462
693
12,575
5,988
638
8,785
283
1,869
652
995
594
2.359
2.308
$123,234
$11,275
$150,850
$4,121
2,280
745
82
— 33
2,332
169
1,377
630
330
716
32
2,330
130
1,230
1,159
1
30
1,669
14
82
14
748
463
131
17
85
6
498
75
185
— 74
146
1,035
346
123
542
765
412
369
6,775
100
78
168
21
66
96
—21
$34,501 H 92
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
INLAND-TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Name of Insurer.
Inland transportation
Insurance.
Marine Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$42
8,407
61
$i
1,688
4
Aetna Insurance Co. ...    	
$49,615
4,951
3,914
12
$15,179
3,125
2,641
3
3,456
197
612
—18
3,401
25,170
2,831
435
240
13
14
65,344
19,596
7,542
56,347
11,848
— 2,345
British America Assurance Co.	
49
10,249
8,517
9
76
71
191
198
1
96
4
1,440
59
330
56
14
40
601
2,658
Century Insurance Co., Ltd   —
5
4,803
2,638
96
5,435
1,874
18,213
1,567
644
116
4,245
12
40
649
331
120
4,139
—267
16,218
228
187
191,540
11
113,078
—3
28,204
12,011
229
79
1,278
26
53
28
368
21
— 166
735
96
2,083
3,800
754
71,219
100
47,972
220
51
966
10
—6,476
686
104,684
c7
58,574
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insur. Co. of Canada
179
8,743
5
212
1,009
12
1,651
14,665
102,015
10,284
8,847
43,406
5,394
London and Lancashire Guar, and Accident Co. of Canada
185
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd 	
159
$54,238
$4,516
$664,816
$475,766 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941. *          H 93
TABLE VIL—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
INLAND-TRANSPORTATION AND MARINE INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Inland-transportation
Insurance.
Marine Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums      Net Losses
written.             incurred.
$54,238
3,819
141
460
782
$4,516
i
$664,816     1       $475,766
R9 617      I              46 572
London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd —
5,001
4
158
437
8,166
Maritime Insurance Co., Ltd - - — —
—363
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co.—	
123
12,159
30
1,697
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Co  	
— 15
— 8,414
National Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co  	
23
49,924
30,942
National Union Fire Insurance Co  _	
61
	
709
89
28
81
100
360
13
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd 	
North Empire Fire Insurance Co.   	
61,082
—984
1,759
2,038
45
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
497
75
31
172
218
18,306
7,056
2,466
2
1,499
Philadelphia Fire & Marine Insurance Co.	
433
996
4
1,192
888
1,174
27,960
55
11
4,663
82
11,362
10
22,647
252
1,184
128,026
708,618
31
66,174
53
1,358
12,588
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co.—	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd  	
1,769
834
30,212
15,292
Security Insurance Co. of New Haven _  	
133
31
7
1,080
260
36,229
26,460
19,142
28
11,542
13,271
Thames & Mersey Insurance Co., Ltd.- - 	
156
862
26
2,157
117
153
1,098
700
99
69
1
9
Travelers Fire Insurance Co   .
145,056
16,589
12,328
42,660
12,328
27,121
21
4,330
37,715
55,705
7,056
7,695
13,750
Union Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd. 	
36
153
337
593
Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
Western Assurance Co    	
9
18
7,695
16,896
World Marine & General Insurance Co., Ltd .	
1.572
18,757
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd..	
Zurich General Accident and Liability Ins. Co., Ltd.	
Totals  - _._	
$110,834
$4,261
$1,544,394    1   $1,486,797
1      - H 94
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
PROPERTY-DAMAGE AND PERSONAL-PROPERTY INSURANCE.
Name of Insurer.
Property-damage
Insurance.
Personai^property
Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$412
'38,516
493
$126
$46,031
349
76
136
42
$23,841
29,442
144
21
131
106
113
2,569
2,253
633
82
259
250
1,957
37
226
156
British Crown Assurance Corporation, Ltd	
25
	
11
842
63
48
453
313
241
3,845
1,074
194
9,037
3,372
1,274
1,182
638
696
389
Central Insurance Co., Ltd 	
33
4
9
5
475
108
Citizens Insurance Co. of New Jersey 	
137
42
-
2,169
711
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co  	
Continental Casualty Co   .. -	
7,272
1,335
125
32
4,524
7,096
Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd 	
5
8,454
121
341
1,996
142
1,423
6
34
57
304
1,454
267
25
Essex & Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society, Ltd     ..
Eureka-Security Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
26
Federal Fire Insurance Co..  	
255
26
11,717
2,593
31,347
12,887
59,345
46,787
4
— 14,881
100
Franklin Fire Insurance Co.  	
28
	
4,428
1,640
12.024
4,129
102
3.516     |
Carried forward    ...
$109,349    |        $84,788     |           $149,499
$53,646 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
H 95
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
PROPERTY-DAMAGE AND PERSONAL-PROPERTY INSURANCE—Continued.
Property-damage
Insurance.
Personai^property
Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$109,349
$84,788
$149,499
$53,646
4
94
672
494
1,181
1,586
2,533
11
8,934
41
	
246
61
802
692
44
66
179
369
8
2,896
4,242
	
170
476
10
1,218
2
393
4,579
370
52
92
189
27
4,676
1,105
	
28
1,462
9
404
26,757
6,905
3,146
69
611
62
2,688
985
95
2
6,488
6,430
518
243
138
138
1,382
1,637
49
1,278
30
	
-
6,069
1,075
35
91
49
239
493
76
28,158
128
7,599
10
4
4,338
1,523
33
415
35
2,145
558
26
439
925
211
SI 35.635     1         SS4.78R
$250,871
$81,149 H 96                                                       BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
PROPERTY-DAMAGE AND PERSONAL-PROPERTY INSURANCE—Continued.
Name of Insurer.
Property-damage
Insurance.
Personal-property
Insurance.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
i
$135,635     1         S84.7SR
$250,S71
2,156
275
575
6,018
1         $81,149
447
84
140
1,333
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co 	
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd.   ■	
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association ._ _ _ 	
~
. North-West Fire Insurance Co. ..   .   _	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd 	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co _ 	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Ltd 	
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co. _	
633
20
2,935
2,467
4,494
247
221
914
74
5
Palatine Insurance Co., Ltd.
Patriotic Assurance Co., Ltd     ,
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd—        ,.~     	
Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual Fire Insurance Co.	
Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of Paris   .........	
194
660
3,431
1,104
1,478
25
12,050
29
206
6
2,566
1,178
887
207
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.    	
2,212
Pioneer Insurance Co.          —     -
132
60
4,883
3,208
9
148
5,153
Queen Insurance Co. of America  	
Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd.— ~.
618
— 50
2,176
1,232
111
727
3,453
3,681
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd.  	
Royal Plate Glass & General Insurance Co. of Canada	
13
9,074
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co.—.  „
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation — 	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co., Ltd	
1,820
16,447
45
311
434
1,445
384
185
6
57
60
188
69
29
95
19
South British Insurance Co., Ltd   . ...
3,193
1,835
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co  	
3,434
670
1,330
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd  . —
Switzerland General Insurance Co., Ltd   	
2,528
1
319
487
	
7,394
15,365
3,291
3,545
Travelers Fire Insurance Co.
Union Assurance Society, Ltd    	
1,989
10,891
825
288
1,872
251
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd.      	
841
United Firemen's Insurance Co	
United Mutual Fire Insurance Co    	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co 	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Urbaine Fire Insurance Co— 	
1,235
2,130
1,235
2,717
1,071
372
388
372
820
	
23
117
258
	
5
465
1,867
39
39
801
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd. ... 	
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insurance Co., Ltd	
Totals...                                   ....   	
$166,290    |        $87,000
$352,426    |      $126,423 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.             H 97
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND  LOSSES  FOR 1941—Continued.
WEATHER AND MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE.
Name of Insurer.
Weather Insurance.
Miscellaneous
Insurance.
B.—Boiler and Machinery.
C—Credit.
H.—Hail.
L.S.—Live Stock.
S.L.—Sprinkler-leakage.
W.C.—Workmen's
Compensation.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
$3
334
$4,675
H.        $1,357
Alliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia	
	
B	
	
British Traders Insurance Co., Ltd. 	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co —
-
S.L.             10
	
	
City of New York Insurance Co.      	
Columbia Insurance Co. of New York  , 	
$780
1
Continental Insurance Co. 	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd.	
Fidelity and Casualty Co. of N.Y. _  	
173
3
11
S.L.            13
B.             334
Fidelitv-Phenix Fire Insurance Co   	
Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of Philadelphia •	
226
S.L.           100
B.         45,886
S.L.           149
11,602
— 6
	
B.               23
Great American Insurance Co  _ _ 	
B.         14,467
B.           8,435
         .
Hartford Accident & Indemnity.-   ',
Hartford Fire Insurance Co    	
131
B.         28,932
S.L.    ....
1.078
1,930
402
Home Insurance Co. of New York   	
680
S.L.           938
Imperial Assurance Co.    —
2
	
L.S.        1,804
f H.           1,358
j S.L.           440
1,250
4,675
24
5
	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., Ltd 	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd  	
London Guarantee Accident Co., Ltd. - ._	
B.                  3
2
S.L.       —120
Mercury Insurance Co. ..    	
2
H.              136
H.                 34
S.L.            15
467
117
North Empire Fire Insurance Co.—   — —
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association 	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd.- 	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation... 	
2
S.L.             72
B.           1,144
100
33
34
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd  —	
B.                22
H.                34
S.L.            25
H.         1,154
B.           1,002
S.L.             17
117
South British Insurance Co., Ltd. -
18
	
3,974
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd 	
$1,389
$1,471
$107,784
$29,985 H 98
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE VII.—OTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1941—Continued.
WEATHER AND MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE—Continued.
Weather Insurance.
Miscellaneous
Insurance.
Name of Insurer.
B.—Boiler and Machinery.
C.—Credit.
H.—Hail.
L.S.—Live Stock.
S.L.—Sprinkler- leakage.
W.C.—Workmen's
Compensation.
Net Premiums
written.
Net Losses
incurred.
Net Premiums    1 Net Losses
written.              incurred.
$1,389
2
1
63
$1,471
$107,784
$29,985
L.S.             47
Totals -	
$1,455
$1,471
$107,831
$29,985
TABLE VIII.—OTHER INSURANCE  (TABLE VII.)  SUMMARY.
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Class of Insurance.
1937.
1938.
1939.
1940.
1941.
$569,000
.297,000
151,000
9,000
127,000
26,000
1,263,000
571,000
$577,000
800,000
114,000
37,000
119,000
32,000
1,182,000
623,000
$551,000
277,000
116,000
— 1,563
137,000
38,000
1,464,000
653,000
$532,000
279,000
143,000
10,000
146,000
35,000
1,749,000
836,000
$637,000
L	
293,000
123,000
L 	
11,000
Inland-transportation, P 	
L.	
111,000
4.261
1,544,000
L 	
352,000
L	
80,000
9,000
190,000
57,000
153,000
102,000
191,000
64.000
139,000
55,000
203,000
72,000
212,000
71,000
170,000
85,000
189,000
81,000
126,000
64,000
126,000
Property-damage, P..'... _ _	
L  ....
Public-liability, P 	
304,000
104,000
218,000
69,000
172,000
80,000
193,000
90,000
148,000
58,000
500,000
271,000
222,000
84,000
185,000
114,000
151,000
68,000
155,000
98,000
166,000
87,000
227,000
L...  	
62,000
Sickness, P 	
L 	
213,000
129,000
Theft, P	
„    L  	
151,000
35,000
Other forms. P..  	
L     	
211,000
107,000
Total, P	
„     L	
■   $2,863,000
1,191,000
$2,894,000
1,365,000
$3,303,000
1,367,000
$3,783,000
1,795,000
$3,736,000
2,341,000
Note.—" P " refers to premiums and " L " to losses;   gross to 1940, net for 1941. REPORT OF THE  SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1941.
H 99
TABLE IX.—INVESTMENTS OF INSURERS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
(Amounts in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer.
Mortgages.
In other
Securities.
Aetna Life Insurance 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 Northwestern Fire Insurance Co	
Caledonian Insurance Co	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada Life Assurance Co. 	
Canada Security Assurance Co  	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co—	
Canadian General Insurance Co	
Canadian Indemnity Co.	
Canadian Surety Co 	
Casualty Co. of Canada  	
Central Union Insurance Co	
Century Insurance Co., Ltd 	
Commercial Casualty Insurance Co.
Confederation Life Association	
Continental Life Insurance Co	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co...
Crown Life Insurance Co.   	
Dominion Fire Insurance Co.	
Dominion Life Assurance Co	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co...
Empire Life Insurance Co.  	
Equitable Life Insurance Co 	
Ensign Insurance Co.  	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co 	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada 	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation, Ltd.
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co  —
Great West Life Assurance Co — —	
Guarantee Company of North America .— 	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Home Assurance Co. of Canada — —
Hudson Bay Insurance Co —   —-	
Imperial Insurance Office .
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada 	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd	
London-Canada Insurance Co... —
London Guarantee & Accident Co	
London Life Insurance Co 	
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co 	
Mercantile Insurance Co.  	
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co  	
Mill Owners Mutual Fire Insurance Co 	
Milwaukee Mechanics Insurance Co—	
Monarch Life Assurance Co  _ —
Montreal Life Insurance Co 	
Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada _	
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York 	
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co	
New York Life Insurance Co  _
North American Life Assurance Co.
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd..
North Empire Fire Insurance Co  .....
Northern Life Assurance Co..— _ 	
Northwest Casualty Co — - ~
Northwestern National Insurance Co 	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd	
Norwich Union Life Insurance Society, Ltd	
Occidental Life Insurance Co. —	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co   	
$1,453
29,000
194,042
1,135,889
2,187.996
36,564
1,650
250,103
44,628
179,348
2,059,452
40.0001
6,252
1,246*
4.770,153
2,774,083
1,544,000
374,869
18,901
4,775,552
76,795
341,610
75,702
109,000
571,254
143,002
Carried forward .
$23,742,544
$277,799
26.280*
5.000*
2.305
14.000
3.000*
10,000*
12,000*
50,000
79.898
105.000*
3,573.317
116.087t
20,000*
43.526
26.000*
73.000*
6,000
35.000
26.000*
32,100
4,294.375
481,997
10,000
970.961
38.413t
1.453.298
266.173
320.024
95,302
15.237t
390.477
113.000*
32,450*
25.000
6,170,074
100.000*
118.333*
32.000*
50.000*
2,019.076
133.040*
25.000
218.788
1.839,888
3,225.274
73.000*
12,356,760
20.000*
43.300
359.840
261.632
30.000*
5,784,701
590,224
498.011
50.000
585,834
2,228,348
25.000
42.075
159.555
2,000*
50,000*
58,528
207,600
$50,400,900
* Par value.
f Book value. H 100                                                  BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TABLE IX.—INVESTMENTS OF INSURERS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA—Continued.
(Amounts in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer.
Mortgages.
In other
Securities.
$23,742,544
$50,400,900
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.    	
Protective Association of Canada   	
115.248
10.000
2,854,526
2.996,029
Quebec Fire Assurance Co — -	
19.467*
15.000*
20,784f
202,808
55 000*
13,012
5.000
2,700
243.591
263.747
4.000*
3,229,472
15.170,218
567,439
2,100
8,565
683,606
54,040
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd.
Totals  	
$30,544,297
$70,135,502
* Par value.            t Book value.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent
1942.
1,525-542-7612

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