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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Forty-second Annual Report
of the
SUPERINTENDENT OF
INSURANCE
1953
(Business Transacted in 1952)
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty.
1953  To His Honour Clarence Wallace, C.B.E.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Forty-second Annual Report of the
Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31st, 1952.
ROBERT W. BONNER,
A ttorney-General.
Victoria, B.C., July 3rd, 1953. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Report of Superintendent of Insurance     5
List as at June 30th, 1953—
Insurers Licensed     7
Fraternal Benefit Societies Licensed under the " Insurance Act "  35
Reciprocal Exchanges Granted Permits  36
Underwriters' Agencies Licensed  36
Societies (Incorporated under the " Societies Act ") Licensed under the " Insurance Act "  36
Names of Insurers Licensed since December 31st, 1952  36
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
B.C.F.G. Mutual Hail Insurance Company  37
British Columbia Insurance Company  38
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Company  39
British Pacific Insurance Company  40
Empire Life Insurance Company  41
High Court of the Canadian Order of Foresters  43
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  44
North West Mutual Life Assurance Company  46
Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Insurance Company  47
Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Company  48
Reliable Life Insurance Society  49
Royal General Insurance Company of Canada  51
Western Union Insurance Company  52
Tables
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1952  55
II. Summary, 1948-52  55
Fire Insurance—
III. Business of 1952  57
IV. Summary, 1948-52  60
Automobile Insurance—
V. Business of 1952  61
VI. Summary, 1948-52  64
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
VII. Business of 1952 -  65
VIII. Summary, 1948-52  73 Report of the Superintendent of Insurance
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, B.C., July 3rd, 1953.
The Honourable Robert W. Bonner, Q.C., M.L.A.,
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Pursuant to the " Insurance Act," I beg to submit the Forty-second Annual
Report of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31st, 1952.
At that date 351 insurers were licensed under the Act to transact business. The
following summary indicates the origin of the insurers, how many held only Provincial
licences, and how many had Dominion registry in addition to a Provincial licence:-—•
Where Incorporated
Provincial
Licence
Federal
Registry
Total
9
4
6
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1
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1
1
3
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12
83
77
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4
2
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2
1
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5
133
9
16
83
83
3
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4
3
1
2
1
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1
6
136
Totals    _	
27
324
351
The comparative figures are for 1951, 347, and 1950, 343.
Ten new insurers were licensed during the year. These are as follows: Beacon
Insurance Company Limited; Belgamar Marine Insurance Company Limited; British
& Overseas Insurance Company, Limited; Centennial Insurance Company; Co-operative
Fire and Casualty Company; Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of Wisconsin; Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Company; National Insurance and Guarantee
Corporation Limited; Provident Assurance Company; Transport and General Insurance
Company, Limited.
Seven insurers ceased business in the Province during the year, and are as follows:
Agricultural Insurance Company; American Home Fire Assurance Company; British
Commonwealth Insurance Company, Limited; Camden Fire Insurance Association;
Central Insurance Company Limited; Century Indemnity Company; National Union
Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pa.
A complete list of insurers will be found on pages 7 to 36. A similar list, made
up to December 31st, 1952, was printed for circulation and published in The British
Columbia Gazette. For purposes of convenience the present list is made up to June 30th,
1953, so that it includes insurers licensed since December 31st, 1952, and shows the
classes of insurance for which all insurers are now licensed.
On analysis the list shows that 48 companies (exclusive of fraternal societies) were
licensed for life insurance, 233 for fire insurance, 201 for automobile insurance, and
100 for marine insurance.   These figures cover only the major classes of insurance, and G 6
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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 37 to 53.
There were seven underwritiers' agencies licensed under the Act, and the list appears
on page 36.
The taxes collected on unlicensed insurance amounted to $10,302.74.
The number of insurance agents' and salesmen's licences issued for the year 1952
is given below, together with a comparative table for the previous four years:—
Licences Issued to—
1952
1951
1950
1949
1948
1,442
1,521
987
54
76
1,401
1,526
1,045
59
69
1,412
1,558
1,139
56
54
1,392
1,497
1,079
49
71
1,386
1,449
1,172
46
54
Totals               	
4,080
4,100
4,219
4,088
4,107
The number of real-estate agents' and salesmen's licences issued under the " Real-
estate Agents' Licensing Act" for the year 1952-53, in comparison with the previous
four years, is as follows:—
Licences Issued to—
1952-53
1951-52
1950-51
1949-50
1948-49
952
2,025
1,003
1,857
1,064
1,896
1,062
1,879
1,076
1,848
Totals	
2,977
2,860
2,960
2,941
2,924
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
S. W. TAYLOR,
Superintendent of Insurance. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952
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O U(h Oh Dh REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952 G 37
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees
B.C.F.G. MUTUAL HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
Directors
J. A. English.
C. M. Nettleton.
E. M. Tail.
J. B. M. Clarke.
N. R. C. Pooley.
E. A. Titchmarsh, President.
C. E. Bentley.
G. Turner.
Statement for the Year Ended November 30th, 1952
Assets
Bonds (book value)	
Cash on hand and in banks
Accrued interest 	
Agents' balances prior to October 1st, 1952
Accounts receivable 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Deferred charges 	
Deduct assets not admitted—
Office furniture and equipment
Deferred charges
Agents' balances prior to October 1st, 1952
Liabilities
Expenses due and accrued
Refunds to policyholders _
Capital stock—
Authorized 	
Subscribed  	
Paid up 	
Reserve  fund   	
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net).
Claims incurred (net) —
Adjustment expenses _
Commissions  	
Taxes 	
Salaries, fees, travelling expenses
All other expenses 	
Underwriting profit
Other revenue—Interest earned 	
Other expenditure—Organization expense written off
Net profit
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.)
$52,835.20
8,307.62
649.04
755.00
576.49
1,448.73
$64,572.08
$576.49
1,448.73
755.00
2,780.22
$61,791.86
$300.00
13,558.60
$50,000.00
10,690.00
10,690.00
37,243.26
$61,791.86
$70,459.50
$17,217.66
700.13
2,581.46
314.10
9,061.58
1,668.93
$964.15
724.37
31,543.86
$38,915.64
239.78
$39,155.42 G 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA
BRITISH COLUMBIA INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
F. A. Griffiths.
C. G. Hobson.
A. S. Llewelyn.
J. D. Christie.
G. Wright.
C. G. Hobson, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value) _
Cash on hand and in banks	
Accrued interest 	
Reinsurance balances (affiliated companies ).
Loans receivable (affiliated company)	
Accounts receivable 	
Deduct assets not admitted—Deficiency of-market under book value of bonds
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims 	
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, 80 per cent).
Expenses due and accrued 	
Taxes due and accrued 	
Capital stock—
Authorized—
Common
Preferred
Subscribed 	
Paid up	
Profit 	
$27,495.10
7,824.09
1,468.50
68,269.15
80,000.00
1,042.00
$186,098.84
2,182.60
$183,916.24
$9,341.94
35,443.86
450.00
16,539.31
$61,775.11
$400,000.00
100,000.00
221,945.00
$111,177.50
10,963.63
122,141.13
$183,916.24
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)_
Claims incurred  (net) —
Commissions  	
Taxes 	
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses 	
$44,534.09
28,003.37
1,262.93
585.00
48.76
Underwriting profit	
Other revenue—Interest earned
Other expenditure—
Australian Federal taxes _
Income and excess-profits taxes 	
Increase in deficiency market under book value—securities
Net profit
$3,964.30
4,343.84
2,182.60
$3,277.95
10,220.74
$92,383.40
74,434.15
$17,949.25
6,942.79
$11,006.46
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.) J. S. Adam.
S. Robinson.
W. J. Albutt.
E. A. Albutt.
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1952
BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
F. G. Syder.
W. J. Albutt, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value)	
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest accrued 	
Sundry accounts receivable	
Agents' balances	
G 39
Liabilities
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)	
Investment reserve 	
Contingency reserve	
Capital stock—
Authorized 	
Subscribed and paid up
Surplus 	
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net).
Claims incurred (net).__
Commissions 	
Taxes 	
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
Other expenses 	
Underwriting profit	
Other revenue—Interest earned
Net profit  	
$62,500.20
2,406.21
656.71
2,675.34
$68,238.46
$44,790.13
2,000.00
779.34
$25,000.00
10,000.00
10,668.99
$68,238.46
$22,689.15
14,767.65
1,183.80
800.00
165.26
$45,889.58
39,605.86
$6,283.72
2,085.43
$8,369.15
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.) G 40 BRITISH COLUMBIA
BRITISH PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
H. J. Bailey. B. S. Brown. G. T. Cunningham.
T. S. Dixon. D. McAlister. J. H. McMahon.
F. Parsons. G. R. Parsons. H. J. Seed.
R. C. Sim.
Frank Parsons, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value)  $217,218.33
Cash on hand and in banks   23,314.52
Accrued interest   1,396.16
Agents' balances   4,390.35
Amount due from reinsurance on losses paid  29.28
Furniture and fixtures  17,584.90
Incorporation expense   3,450.00
Prepaid expenses, supplies, etc.  4,324.42
Leasehold improvements   1,958.22
$273,666.18
Deduct assets not admitted—
Furniture and fixtures   $17,584.90
Incorporation expense   3,450.00
Office stationery and supplies, etc.   4,324.42
Leasehold improvements  1,958.22
27,317.54
Total admitted assets   $246,348.64
Liabilities
Provision for Unpaid claims  __'     $26,200.00
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, 80 per cent)      79,509.37
Taxes due and accrued         10,866.06
Accounts payable          5,179.87
Capital stock—
Authorized   $500,000,00
Subscribed      201,000.00
Paid up   $ 122,320.00
Surplus in Profit and Loss Account        2,273.34
124,593.34
$246,348.64
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)  $428,003.17
Claims incurred (net)  $ 160,752.13
Adjustment expenses          1,052.30
Commissions      139,236.15
Taxes        10,006.82
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       46,901.69
Other expenses        48,275.16
     406,224.25
Underwriting profit      $21,778.92 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952
Brought forward  _	
Other revenue—
Interest earned     $6,404.17
Adjustment by amortization   355.97
Other expenditure—
Provision for depreciation  $2,326.22
Income and excess-profits taxes  300.00
Loss on sale of securities  38.60
Leasehold improvements, written off  489.56
Net profit
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.)
$6,760.14
3,154.38
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$21,778.92
.
3,605.76
$25,384.68
EMPIRE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kingston, Ont.
C. P. Fell.
H. H. Blakeman.
D. R. McLaughlin.
Directors
A. H. Keith Russell.
N. P. Lambert.
W. A. Curtis.
C. P. Fell, President.
N. A. Fairhead.
D. W. McCormick.
T. Oakley.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Real estate (book value):   (a)  Office premises, (b) for sale, (c)
Amounts owing under agreements of sale of real estate	
Mortgage loans on real estate..
for income-
Loans on and amount secured by companies' policies in force..
Bonds and debentures (book value)	
Stocks (book value) 	
Cash on hand and in banks	
Accounts receivable	
Agents'   balances	
Real estate held for income	
Total ledger assets at book value..
Add excess of total authorized value of ledger assets over total book value..
Total ledger assets at authorized value	
Total interests, dividends, and rents due and accrued	
Premiums due and uncollected or deferred (net)	
Deduct assets not admitted—
Cash advanced to or in the hands of officers or agents..
Debit accounts (sundry)	
$148,028.54
5,483.01
5,578,489.49
1,087,350.83
11,932,189.49
1,745,767.55
134,749.65
26,467.86
125,949.42
143,347.41
$20,927,823.25
11,418.66
$20,939,241.91
195,625.13
485,586.21
$21,620,453.25
$125,977.78
21,930.25
Total admitted assets..
147,908.03
$21,472,545.22 G 42
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liabilities
Reserve under assurance annuity and other contracts in force (net)_
Liability for payments due under contracts (net)	
Provision for unreported death claims	
Provision for disability claims	
Amounts left with company	
Premiums paid in advance-
Provision for profits to policyholders (other than deferred dividends).
Profits credited to deferred-dividend policies (net).
Provision for accrued profits to policyholders not included above..
Shareholders' surplus account	
Taxes due and accrued	
Salaries, rents, and office expenses due and accrued-.
Medical and legal fees due and accrued	
Commissions to agents due and accrued	
Reserve for contingencies and investments	
Staff Pension Fund	
Sundry accounts payable..
Capital stock—
Authorized 	
Subscribed  	
Paid up	
Surplus 	
(18,263,650.00
105,419.85
32,000.00
3,000.00
603,368.14
14,438.31
111,650.39
27,510.00
88,349.61
41,302.50
49,583.70
19,413.03
1,364.31
17,477.80
580,000.00
309,951.70
19,577.31
$557,870.00
320,240.00
320,240.00
864,248.57
$21,472,545.22
Income
Premium income	
Consideration for supplementary contracts-
Amounts left with company	
Interests, dividends, and rents	
Gross profit on sale or maturity of real estate, bonds, and stocks..
All other income	
$2,710,390.65
36,139.29
111,205.11
852,936.44
66,357.10
42,901.41
$3,819,930.00
Disbursements
Disbursements under assurance and annuity contracts (net)_
Payments under supplementary contracts (net).
Reduction in premiums resulting from application of dividends-
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, advances to agents, travelling expenses, rents, and miscellaneous	
All other expenses—Advertising, books and periodicals, express, telephone and telegraph, legal fees, medical fees, office furniture, postage, printing and stationery,
commissions on loans, contributions to Staff Pension Fund, and miscellaneous	
Payments from Staff Pension Fund	
Dividends paid to shareholders	
Interest paid on claims	
Interest on borrowed money-
Loss on sale or maturity of real-estate bonds and stocks..
Decrease by adjustment of ledger assets	
All other disbursements	
Excess of income over disbursements..
$1,243,110.93
21,452.27
6,380.06
100,468.37
42,576.95
259,042.55
705,624.93
168,182.16
13,672.20
19,214.40
1,061.99
313.85
16,274.49
44,019.53
32,460.21
1,146,075.11
$3,819,930.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 55.) REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1952
G 43
HIGH COURT OF THE CANADIAN ORDER OF FORESTERS
Head Office—Brantford, Ont.
Governing Executive Authority
L. E. Jordan. W. J. Bourke. W. M. Couper.
H. Phinn. J. W. Davies.
A. Voy.
L. L. B. Hamlin, High Treasurer.
Dr. L. Mcllwraith.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Real estate (book value).
Liens on policies-
Bonds and debentures (book value).
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest due and accrued	
Premiums, dues, and assessments collected but not received by head office..
Unexpired insurance premiums	
Other   assets	
Trust Account—Subordinate courts	
Deduct assets not admitted—
Supplies and stationery  $5,597.27
Unexpired insurance premiums    4,811.79
Postage on hand         68.10
$250,000.00
36,344.68
22,817,376.27
120,749.88
257,579.62
54,903.40
4,811.79
5,665.37
355.10
$23,547,786.11
10,477.16
$23,537,308.95
Liabilities
Mortuary Fund	
Sickness and Accident Fund No.
Juvenile Fund	
Sickness Benefit Fund No. 2	
General Expense Fund	
Pension  Fund	
Trust Fund—Subordinate courts-
Surplus	
$19,920,394.86
1,278,567.59
59,580.00
114,796.83
12,599.40
28,285.55
355.10
2,122,729.62
$23,537,308.95
Income
Premiums, dues, and assessments-
Special   assessments-
Interest, dividends, and rents —
Profit on sale or maturity of bonds and debentures-
Premium on U.S. funds	
Other revenue	
Trust Account—Subordinate courts	
Excess of disbursements over income-
Disbursements
Claims, endowments, and surrenders-
Reversionary bonuses	
Premium relief loans	
New building and equipment costs..
Security transfer tax-
Head office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, actuaries' fees, travelling expenses, and miscellaneous-
Agency and organization expenses—Commissions,
miscellaneous	
salaries, travelling expenses, and
Carried forward..
$856,105.24
520.00
906,969.23
6,163.71
5.70
6,887.42
355.10
92,878.60
$1,869,885.00
$1,023,079.47
125,553.04
6,195.63
218,791.12
96.60
94,145.67
284,089.95
$1,751,951.48 G 44
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Brought forward...
All other expenses—Advertising, exchange, express, telephone and telegraph, legal and
medical fees, official publications, investment expenses,, printing and stationery,
postage and excise, convention and meetings, taxes, licences and fees, donations,
unemployment, insurance, and miscellaneous —.:__. ___: „__	
Decrease by adjustment of bonds, debentures, and real estate _ _____
Pension Fund .--,-- — -——	
:: i ' .; 2
Income—
';"-.. Mortu-iry Fund-
Sickness and Accident Funds—
No.  1	
No. 2	
Juvenile Fund	
General   expenses :	
■;■ :.
$1,751,951.48
115,645.60
2,117.94
169.98
$1,869,885.00
$21,719.60
299.75
33.07
335.71
1,510.65
$23,898.78
Disbursements-
Mortuary Fund-
Sickness and Accident Funds-
No.  1 _:..__: U	
No.  2. _..._.	
$31,446.53
261.25
26.00
$31,733.78
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Head Office—-Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
William MacNair. Lloyd T. Beharrell. Hugh E. Burr.
R. U. Hurford. C. E. Whitney-Griffiths. Henry Bose.
L. Gilmore. C. E. Newby. R. Appleby.
Thomas J. Robertson, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value).
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest accrued
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted).
Sundry receivables and unemployment insurance stamps	
Furniture arid fixtures  , _	
Deferred commissions 	
$136,358.41
886.26
1,236.46
5,749.78
194.05
476.39
11,015.46
$155,916.81
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1st, 1949  $849.63
Furniture and fixtures  ___ _  476.39
Deferred commissions   11,015.46
12,341.48
$143,575.33 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952
G 45
V I •;,■"/".■ C 3 3C ■•"'..'■. "'.'I   Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims  —_____---_.___.__.._—_ •_.■
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent)— _
Taxes due and accrued __—..——
Return premiums and balance due agents
Premiums received in advance	
All other liabilities . - _	
Statutory reserve fund:.——.-;.
Surplus 	
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)_
Claims incurred (net)_-
Adjustment expenses ___.
Commissions  	
Taxes 	
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses 	
Underwriting profit
Other revenue—
Interest earned 	
$19,000.00
72,910.16
$74.34
42,092.32
1,900.00
2,522.20
4,929.05
147.26
$51,665.17
91,910.16
$143,575.33
$9,582.46
218.21
10,073.11
313.08
15,778.66
9,255.91
Commissions earned
Other expenditure—
Income and excess-profits taxes
Bad debts written off __
$3,589.64
387.13
$2,306.41
276.22
$3,976.77
2,582.63
Net profit
$51,696.19
45,221.43
$6,474.76
1,394.14
$7,868.90
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 58.)
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
NORTH WEST MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
C. W. Goodrich.
J. M. McNab.
A. M. Lester.
Directors
G. Biddle.
R. G. Hunter.
C. W. Goodrich, President
A. Rowan.
S. E. Raymer.
R. P. Bingham.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Mortgage loans on real estate	
Bonds and debentures (book value)	
Cash on hand and in banks	
Agents'   balances	
Secured loans on companies' policies in force-
Book value of stocks	
Total ledger assets at book value-
Deduct excess of total book value over total authorized value-
Interest accrued-
Premiums due, uncollected or deferred (net).
Deduct assets not admitted—Agents' balances-
Total admitted assets	
Liabilities
Reserve under assurance, annuity, and other contracts in force (net).
Liability for admitted claims under contracts (net)	
Premiums paid in advance	
Taxes due and accrued	
Salaries, rents, and office expenses due and accrued-
Agents' credit balances	
Surplus    __	
Income
Premium income (net)	
Interest, dividends, and rents
Assessment—Special group
Gross increase adjustment, ledger assets
Miscellaneous income	
Disbursements
Disbursements under assurance and annuity contracts (net)_
Payments under supplementary contracts (net)	
Taxes, licences, and fees
Head office expenses—Salaries, directors' fees,  audit fees, travelling expenses, rent,
miscellaneous 	
Agency expense
All other expenses—Telephone, medical fees, postage, printing and stationery, miscellaneous 	
Gross decrease adjustment, ledger assets	
Furniture and equipment written off	
Gross loss on sale, ledger assets
Excess of income over disbursements
$30,438.86
157,048.81
17,662.75
1,227.80
1,148.08
9,850.00
$217,376.30
2,928.44
$214,447.86
1,560.32
47,126.13
$263,134.31
1,227.80
$261,906.51
$183,118.76
8,000.00
72.78
2,076.59
44.40
59.55
68,534.43
$261,906.51
$103,829.28
4,480.01
36,466.79
247.15
81.23
$145,104.46
$68,509.30
609.00
1,225.95
18,654.97
827.67
3,908.26
30.00
977.37
300.00
50,061.94
$145,104.46 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952
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PACIFIC COAST FISHERMEN'S MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
M. R. Nielsen.
J. Person.
I. Johansen.
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
J. G. Chambers.
J. North.
N. Ruud.
G. H. Phillips.
L. Wilman.
H. Hansen.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Mortgage loans on real estate
Bonds and debentures	
Book value of stocks	
Cash on hand and in banks	
Cash in depositories, other than chartered banks (Credit Unions)_
Accrued interest	
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted).
Amount due from reinsurance on losses already paid 	
Prepaid insurance
Office furniture and fixtures
Deferred charges 	
Accounts receivable __.
Manager's Account-
Automobile
$14,956.84
129,563.74
13,190.00
12,236.05
33,617.68
1,347.73
40,662.31
26,629.76
416.65
2,362.25
2,668.28
69.05
883.41
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances, prior to October 31st,
Office furniture and fixtures	
Deferred charges
$278,603.75
1952
Investments—$2,500, our own co-operative 3V_t-per-cent bonds
Automobile 	
$12,832.63
2,362.25
2,668.28
2,500.00
883.41
21,246.57
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims	
Reserve of unearned premiums (net at 80 per cent).
Taxes due and accrued	
Reinsurance premiums	
Return premiums
Contingency reserves 	
Sundry accounts payable	
Loans by policyholders (members' refunds).
Reserve for lay-up periods	
Capital stock—
Authorized 	
Subscribed 	
Paid up	
Reserve fund	
Surplus 	
$257,357.18
$38,168.82
63,312.88
1,761.52
17,669.61
3,745.00
12,783.36
425.00
41,121.51
11,000.00
$25,000.00
13,570.00
13,570.00
8,500.00
45,299.48
$257,357.18
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)	
Claims incurred (net)	
Adjustment expenses (net)_
Taxes 	
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses	
$56,254.27
623.15
333.50
14,177.07
7,098.29
$136,622.38
Underwriting profit
78,486.28
$58,136.10 G 48 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Brought forward     __. __ __     	
$58,136.10
Other revenue—
Interest earned            _
$6,297.82
557.50
Profit on sale of securities         	
Other expenditure—
Income and excess-profits taxes __      —_   $1,683.12
$6,855.32
11,222.86
Statutory reserve increase     __ __ ____      _......     1,500.00
Contingency reserve increase  —.         5,213.42
Loss on sale of machinery     2,826.32
4,367.54
Net profit 	
$53,768.56
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 69.)
THE PERTH MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Stratford, Ont.
Directors
H. W. Strudley. H. W. Maxwell. J. A. Makins.
David Smith. R. M. Trow. W. J. Anderson.
C. D, Dingman. J. M. Riddell. H. G. Lee.
H. W. Strudley, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
        Assets
Real estate (book value)  $ 172,449.59
Bonds and debentures  ._  2,114,347.27
Stocks (book value)  310,305.01
Cash on hand and in banks   177,256.81
Interest and rents, accrued :  21,626.66
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  73,178.96
Amount due from reinsurrance on losses already paid  9,324.91
Office furniture and fixtures  22,498.83
Automobile —  480.27
Deduct assets not admitted—■
Agents' balances, premiums written prior to October 1st, 1949  $2,146.30
Office furniture and fixtures  —  22,498.83
Automobile  480.27
$2,901,468.31
  25,125.40
$2,876,342.91
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims   $77,600.10
Adjustment expenses  _ _ -_  500.00
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)   399,881.31
Expenses due and accrued (permanent reserve) ,  10,000.00
Taxes due and accrued  _ — .__._  24,301.14
Return premiums and balances due agents —____ _  151.95
Investment reserves (permanent reserves) _  _  150,000.00
Contingency reserves (permanent reserve) ____ _____ 100,000.00
Surplus  —_,____._-___  2,113,908.41
$2,876,342.91 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net).
Claims incurred (net)_
  $213,708.34
       12,221.43
     131,163.70
       10,548.25
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       79,375.38
All other expenses -     37,440.53
Adjustment expenses (net)-
Commissions 	
Taxes 	
Underwriting
Other revenue—
loss
Interest earned  $70,619.70
Dividends earned      14,243.57
Profit on sale of securities      46,998.85
Other expenditure—
Income and excess-profits taxes
Safekeeping and insurance on securities
$131,862.12
$12,301.14
2,159.40
Increase in reserve for contingencies    40,000.00
Loss on rents earned       3,471.90
Depreciation on office premises       8,234.18
66,166.62
Net profit
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 59.)
$471,167.05
	
484,457.63
$13,290.58
65,695.50
$52,404.92
THE RELIABLE LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY
Head Office—Hamilton, Ont.
E. Gernaey.
J. L. Archer.
Governing Executive Authority
G. A. Snyder.
C. H. Fitch, Secretary-Treasurer.
P. M. Button.
J. A. Lussier.
Statement for the Year Ended December 3 1st, 1952
Assets
Real'-estate-(book value)_
Loans on real estate	
Loans, liens, and advances secured by society's certificate under non-forfeiture provisions
Bonds and debentures (book value)	
Book value of stocks	
Cash on hand and in banks	
Deposit with Quebec Government	
Unemployment insurance prepaid 	
Interest and dividends, due and accrued
Premiums, dues, and assessments	
Deduct excess of total book value of ledger assets over total authorized value
$65,000.00
464,240.00
186,493.16
2,428,045.97
67,038.12
62,664.02
5,000.00
2.44
36,833.07
2,899.16
$3,318,215.94
34,655.61
$3,283,560.33 G 50
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liabilities
Mortuary Fund 	
Sickness and Accident Fund
Juvenile Fund	
Guarantee Fund	
General Expense Fund
Surplus 	
$2,588,457.49
141,179.46
279,255.06
1.20
17,930.35
256,736.77
$3,283,560.33
Income
Premiums, dues, and assessments
Interest and dividends
Profit on sale or maturity of ledger assets
Gross increase adjustment, ledger assets
Sundry revenue 	
Disbursements
Claims, endowments, and surrenders
Dividends to members	
Head office expenses-—Salaries, directors' fees, auditors' fees, actuaries' fees and expenses,
travelling expenses, rents, and miscellaneous	
Agency organization expenses—Commissions, salaries, travelling expenses, rents, and
miscellaneous  	
All other expenses—Advertising, publications, express, postage, excise, telegraph and
telephone, legal and medical fees, office furniture, printing and stationery, convention and meetings, taxes, licences and fees, miscellaneous	
All other disbursements	
Excess of income over disbursements	
$405,736.10
121,570.00
984.53
2,173.51
331.10
$530,795.24
$254,727.83
19,144.02
71,368.61
127,383.69
20,801.63
2,683.54
34,685.92
$530,795.24
Income—
Mortuary Fund
Sickness and Accident Fund
Juvenile Fund	
Guarantee Fund 	
$5,249.33
186.72
302.46
4.20
$5,742.71
Disbursements—
Mortuary Fund 	
Sickness and Accident Fund
Juvenile Fund	
$7,922.55
160.00
1,528.97
$9,611.52 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1952
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ROYAL GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
John R. Boyd.
J. R. Cooney.
Frank Parsons.
Directors
F. E. Chadwick.
T. S. Dixon.
W. B. Reardon.
A. R. Jube.
John R. Cooney, President.
Brenton S. Brown.
F. O. Hodgson.
F. W. Sullivan.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value)_
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest accrued 	
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted).
Amount due from reinsurance on losses already paid  _—
Liabilities
Expenses due and accrued
Taxes due and accrued 	
Reinsurance premiums 	
Capital stock—
Authorized 	
Subscribed  	
Paid up	
Surplus   	
$392,933.76
24,007.82
3,510.00
60,268.60
18,941.49
$500,021.67
$125.00
1,030.07
60,628.60
$1,000,000.00
100,000.00
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses	
Underwriting loss
Other revenue—Interest earned 	
Other expenditure—
Income and excess-profits taxes .
Loss on sale of securities	
Investment expenses	
$11,862.54
100,000.00
338,238.00
$500,021.67
$2,149.57
260.04
$2,409.61
$2,020.07
1,375.00
137.56
3,532.63
Net profit
8,329.91
$5,920.30
Note.—The entire business of this insurer is reinsured.
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WESTERN UNION INSURANCE COMPANY      vr
Head Office—Calgary, Alta.
Directors
Frank R. Freeze. C. M. Freeze. Robert D. Freeze.
j Harry G; Charman. L. C. Jacksofl. David J. Freeze.
Howard F. Freeze. .1 Delmar A. Westfall.
Frank R. Freeze, President. .        .-■;
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
Assets
Mortgage loans on real estate . :  $87,408.69
Bonds and debentures (book value)  714,847.40
Cash on hand and in banks   156,409.03
Interest accrued   7,630.82
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)  225,448.85
Amount due from reinsurance on losses already paid _ _  1,415.07
Balance, deposit premium—Reinsurance Treaty 1 .._—_  3,306.15
Loan receivable     4,000.00
Advances under surety bonds  27,400.00
Chattel mortgage     2,974.99
Deduct assets not admitted—
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds and debentures  $45,486.15
Loan receivable   4,000.00
Chattel mortgage ____.  2,974.99
Advances made under terms of surety bond  27,400.00
Accrued interest on loan   16.66
Chattel mortgage  43.35
Advance made under terms of surety bond  507.17
$1,230,841.00
80,428.32
$1,150,412.68
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Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims ____ $203,546.06
Adjustment expenses  21,391.12
Reserve of unearned premiums (net at 80 per cent)    421,604.27
Expenses due and accrued    600.00
Taxes due and accrued  50,009.21
Reinsurance premiums ____ . ;  29,794.47
Indemnity collateral deposits  —  580.37
Reserve for unreported claims 1  20,000.00
Profit commissions payable   5,000.00
Reserve and unpaid losses—Unlicensed reinsurance, unsecured  4,572.63
Capital stock—
Authorized   $500,000.00
Subscribed        500,000.00
Paid up —.__:._ _   100,000.00
Capital surplus   4,000.00
Surplus   289,314.55
$1,150,412.68
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)     $751,784.65
Claims incurred (net)  $319,933.21
Adjustment expenses incurred (net)      38,604.68
Commissions      162,667.95
Taxes       21,686.55
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       13,248.67
Management fees       63,423.03
All other expenses       17,891.52
       637,455.61
Underwriting profit      $ 114,329.04 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952
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Brought forwards
Other revenue—Interest earned 	
Profit on sale of securities	
$25,920.43
39.90
Other expenditure—Income taxes
Net profit 	
$25,960.33
70,500.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 60, 63, and 71.)
$114,329.04
44,539.67
$69,789.37  G 55
TABLE I.—TABLE OF LIFE INSURANCE RETURNS FOR 1952
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Insurer
Premium Income
Assurance
Annuities
Sinking
Fund
Payments
Disbursements
Assurance
On Death
or
Maturity
On Surrender, for
Disability,
Dividends,
etc.
Annuities
To
Annuitants
On Death,
Surrender,
etc.
Exhibit of Policies
In Force
Jan. 1,
1952
New
Issued
In Force
Dec. 31,
1952
\
Aetna Life Insurance Co.
Beacon Insurance Co. Ltd—
Canada Life Assurance Co.
Commercial Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd-
Confederation Life Association	
Continental Assurance Co	
Continental Life Insurance Co L.	
Co-operative Life Insurance Co.	
Crown Life Insurance Co	
Cuna Mutual Insurance Society	
Dominion Life Assurance Co.	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.—.
T. Eaton Life Assurance Co.
Empire Life Insurance Co.„
Equitable Life Assurance Sgijety of the United
States	
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co.	
Fidelity Life Assurance Co	
Great-West Life Assurance Co.	
Imperial Life Assurance Co	
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co-
London Life Insurance Co	
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co.
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co	
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
Ministers Life and Casualty Union-
Monarch Life Assurance Co	
Montreal Life Insurance Co	
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada.
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York	
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
New York Life Insurance Co	
North American Life and Casualty Co-
North American Life Assurance Co	
Northern Life Assurance Co	
Norwich Union Life Insurance Society	
Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California
Paul Revere Life Insurance Co._
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd	
J Ordinary—
I Group	
—Ordinary	
f Ordinary—
} Group	
J Ordinary—
( Group	
 Ordinary...
( Ordinary—
I Group	
| Ordinary—
} Group	
} Ordinary—
/ Group-	
} Ordinary—
I Group	
j Ordinary ...
/ Group	
| Ordinary—
I Group	
\ Ordinary—
/ Group	
} Ordinary—
\ Group	
._ Ordinary—
| Ordinary—
\ Group	
} Ordinary ...
I Group	
— Ordinary—
| Ordinary—
| Group	
— Ordinary—
C Ordinary—
/ Group	
} Ordinary ...
I Group	
I Group	
f Ordinary...
-{ Industrial-
[ Group	
... Ordinary—
( Ordinary—
I Group	
f Ordinary—
-{ Industrial..
[ Group	
 Ordinary...
 Ordinary...
f Ordinary ...
} Group	
f Ordinary—
(Group	
_. Ordinary—
| Ordinary—
I Group	
j" Ordinary—
/ Group	
| Ordinary—
} Group	
f Ordinary—
I Group	
\ Ordinary-
l Group
Prudential Insurance Co. of America-
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Sovereign Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
Standard Life Assurance Co.	
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
Travelers Insurance Co.	
United Benefit Life Insurance Co.
Western Life Assurance Co.	
.Ordinary—
. f Ordinary—
I Group	
. | Ordinary—.
I Group	
. f Ordinary—
/ Group	
f Ordinary—
. •{ Industrial-
[ Group	
. f Ordinary ...
I Group	
 Ordinary—
. f Ordinary—
| Group	
. C Ordinary—
/ Group	
. j Ordinary—
{ Group	
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Totals-
Totals for 1951.
$140,210
106,885
1,394,287
200,639
29,793
106
99
1,540,492
69,685
22,216
111
178,309
34
39,717
19,897
926,023
212,145
10,233
215,269
943,657
1,233
57,840
32
83,447
129,065
88
12,836
9,234
134,254
492,482
302
130,272
2,099,709
94,580
884,887
33,703
226
2,273,302
637,192
169,409
20,444
1,467,342
4,111
2,246,403
1,664,029
201,231
6,314
659,986
177,248
5,177
3,000,432
25,639
51,313
124,773
104
526,453
2,462
36,161
1,713
1,710,014
16,341
42,391
1,018
63,020
242,617
12,994
108
45
172,379
318
1,603,076
561,825
20,166
120,468
912
172,457
223,618
2,662
2,931,722
838,481
243,796
115,889
43,587
$17,707
17,883
187,709
5,275
65,238
12,925
6,272
106,008
186,795
61,351
3,298
10,709
2,674
4,215
19,298
2,550
6,255
1,391
92,670
42,159
68,488
70,585
113,184
15,140
48,884
32,358
382
129,659
66,124
9,602
146,401
281,076
37,147
2^999
2,923
1,767
95^398
327,518
2,057
733
57
23,302
1,913
1,249
90,650
100
37,809
280,371
429,063
110,776
331,283
2,604
854
$32,655,139 I $3,614,838
$30,107,916 I $3,323,675
—$47
14,010
4,000
$17,963
$36,679
$14,602
50,000
542,272
157,474
3,416
80
552,271
32,3p|
27,500
6,466
276,621
131,012
124,075
195,784
2,750
12,410
15,335
48,688
24,485
4,000
23,865
112,047
200
21,503
770,830
79,679
236,522
17,700
347,765
42,643
86,297
3,000
473,340
1,950
509,113
323,263
96,787
191,998
44,065
150
1,020,108
24,552
70,258
35,221
180,839
901
445,438
3,700
25,456
7,129
76,715
10,333
37,091
342,472
249,941
17,582
62,001
36,755
103,529
837,788
422,125
138,892
78,612
7,000
$19,008
10,486
379,474
24,916
12,319
229
532
363,837
707
208
33,537
416
700
207,830
3,821
470
34,312
216,240
8,189
6,276
14,867
8,467
1,467
18,603
127,702
15,244
679,457
5,053
250,174
250
529,231
150,609
35,502
1,332
420,718
5,000
718,703
437,171
47,003
809
160,467
35,490
5,028
965,573
399
14,496
21,119
178,669
438,773
246
26,254
12
11,272
31,986
21,479
464,422
259,483
4,202
34,457
59,847
47,533
640
895,414
275,377
94,982
1,000
9,259
$542
5,843
400
84,493
5,278
1,740
53,763
3,356
31,104
50,883
35,554
795
1,800
640
5,618
1,105
2,151
600
104,462
18,770
17,779
23,639
45,760
1,048
7,232
271
96,351
30,444
1,110
17,374
148,228
10,805
883
9,024
41,089
2,296
3,597
15,629
5,806
9,519
30,261
33,180
41,857
202,758
83,559
1,444
$88,336
4,406
39,760
7,193
2,073
24,192
16,811
42,272
181
459
1,581
34
1,434
4,656
688
56,750
21,087
52,926
581
12,329
2,200
3,974
566
9,445
92,844
1,566
39,801
178,428
8,757
13
4,861
172
92,809
51,821
1,140
943
1,150
1,600
942
32,867
36,125
28,020
31,414
26,446
1,077
$9,838,729 | $8,848,748 | $1,293,100 | $1,026,730
$9,100,965  $8,584,137
$1,210,448 I $1,035,658
$4,943,758
9,392,054
45,354,346
9,296,500
1,129,535
31,364
61,143,522
6,999,524
646,485
6,010,426
728,154
1,409,346
38,641,807
24,084,120
426,405
21,806,900
33,939,372
50,000
2,101,833
58,500
2,862,009
4,938,921
5,000
284,792
2,041,300
4,457,975
18,609,625
4,584,276
88,250,837
9,615,385
31,243,122
1,754,500
24,000
98,238,981
19,159,689
19,473,745
501,840
47,031,986
160,500
84,176,633
36,529,808
16,031,316
201,500
28,945,626
7,300,615
246,201
113,535,344
5,117,335
2,044,214
5,723,796
67,850
17,692,282
158,000
1,495,909
137,468
61,176,070
1,382,281
2,314,411
57,500
1,166,765
17,527,768
341,293
5,269,604
21,000
46,435,978
12,467,949
942,053
5,994,372
109,000
7,714,661
8,413,035
135,250
107,352,319
60,979,788
9,720,032
13,711,622
1,460,589
$872,968
140,000
10,339,452
3,037,500
565,850
8,227,554
2,208,633
711,302
25,000
1,094,021
744,250
663,263
7,089,164
5,116,300
228,576
298,842
3,939,505
92,000
164,193
611,526
707,750
4,500
19,000
1,367,966
2,712,029
24,800
856,805
11,699,588
198,500
4,011,997
1,405,000
20,154,954
1,665,426
2,936,133
233,700
6,608,298
111,500
10,057,261
3,074,009
5,026,633
2,000
5,230,061
1,319,183
3,497
15,920,752
3,949,400
476,113
1,456,437
2,637,300
178,000
655,769
16,840
8,806,533
406,523
99,680
1,087,863
7,795,275
5,360
1,282,795
7,122,247
904,606
560,624
36,000
945,134
1,187,599
16,198,236
17,114,869
1,830,200
1,333,152
34,500
$5,402,227
11,387,500
53,092,747
13,474,750
1,544,771
39,788
66,229,239
11,488,213
1,093,248
43,000
6,600,142
1,326,382
2,005,305
43,670,181
30,193,720
638,294
28,082,952
35,853,195
118,000
2,140,167
34,500
3,338,115
4,983,048
9,500
290,518
2,400,900
5,413,100
20,125,751
29,400
5,134,895
95,124,260
10,264,423
33,897,084
3,094,000
27,000
114,511,223
19,669,121
27,011,220
642,245
51,060,884
302,000
90,381,435
37,958,880
22,439,749
190,500
31,956,187
7,880,427
245,742
125,725,809
10,345,433
2,400,162
6,286,566
76,850
18,^642
349,f|||
1,676,882
159,428
67,234,194
1,962,490
2,386,516
57,000
1,989,487
23,346,685
726,441
5,360
12,0Xp
6,011,867
41,500
50,802,376
12,400,593
936,712
6,294,321
134,000
8,097,934
8,904,523
152,750
115,953,897
80,803,228
10,249,736
15,043,063
1,425,024
$1,305,529,671 | $217,642,296 | $1,483,819,649
$1,185,108,178 I $173,751,072 | $1,304,260,746
TABLE II.—LIFE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year
Premium Income
Disbursements
Amount in
Ordinary
Industrial
Group
Total
On Death or
Maturity
Other Payments
Total
Force
1948           	
1949                     	
1950 ...„ .,                   ,,,.:  .„„..	
1951            ,„. ...'„.
1952 ..	
$21,652,000
23,770,000
25,093,000
25,338,000
29,125,000
$2,525,000
2,597,000
2,668,000
2,756,000
2,863,000
$3,121,000
3,052,000
3,495,000
2,014,000
4,300,000
$27,298,000
29,419,000
31,256,000
30,108,000
36,288,000
$8,070,000
8729,000
9,413,000
9,101,000
9,839,000
$8,299,000
8,899,000
10,006,000
10,830,000
11,169,000
$16,369,000
17,628,000
19,419,000
10,931,000
21,008,000
$955,363,000
1,067,336,000
1,184,912,000
1,304,261,000
1,483,820,000  REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952
G 57
TABLE III.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Acadia Fire Insurance Co-
Aetna Insurance Co. 	
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd	
Alpina Insurance Co. Ltd	
American Alliance Insurance Co..
American Central Insurance Co—
American Equitable Assurance Co. of New York-
American Insurance Co	
American Union Insurance Co. of New York-
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd   	
Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn..
Baloise Fire Insurance Co. Ltd—
Bankers and Shippers Insurance Co. of New York-
Bankers & Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd	
Beaver Fire Insurance Co.	
Bee Fire Insurance Co 	
Blackstone Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
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 Northwestern Fire Insurance Co-
British Oak Insurance Co. Ltd. 	
British Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd	
Buffalo Insurance Co	
Caledonian-American Insurance Co-
Caledonian Insurance Co. -.
California Insurance Co	
Camden Fire Insurance Association	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co-
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian Commerce Insurance Co	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co	
Canadian Home Assurance Co	
Canadian Indemnity Co-
Canadian Mercantile Insurance Co-
Canadian Surety Co-
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd..
Casualty Co. of Canada._
Centennial Insurance Company-
Central Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Central Mutual Insurance Co. —
Century Insurance Co. Ltd..
Christiania General Insurance Co. Ltd-
Citizens Insurance Co. of New Jersey—
Commerce Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd—
Commonwealth Insurance Co	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co-
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co..
Continental Insurance Co	
Contingency Insurance Co. Ltd  ..	
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co	
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd 	
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.	
Carried forward	
(1)
$107,538
229,573
280,256
53,421
20,123
8,657
23,283
58,180
— 1,307
34,102
34,015
—31
57,065
39,262
188,483
12,593
23,175
13,041
158,250
92,754
4,329
58,535
34,129
77,805
10,614
23,793
28,663
49,751
66,063
32,570
17,540
126,798
4,328
—20,545
23,808
23,512
16,373
139,509
,54,763
28,196
110,585
31,601
54,918
20,303
12,031
41,738
11,504
10,715
127,311
39,118
19,039
30,817
156,015
7,346
51,296
47,068
220,715
20,229
6,825
63,440
78,176
40,127
16,116
143,952
20,573
109,509
21,714
10,259
3,045
34,158
$3,793,210
(2)
$89,931
153,699
260,124
48,737
20,489
7,945
23,053
82,187
15,059
31,898
80,792
172
62,769
47,687
225,817
11,221
17,973
6,701
139,861
84,513
4,018
65,477
37,069
76,352
9,926
25,382
28,483
40,785
67,761
35,843
16,850
107,497
3,960
6,354
21,984
21,192
16,218
131,263
44,922
16,790
112,082
40,646
47,297
18.555
11,929
9,875
18,428
7,606
128,757
28,400
9,129
32,102
141,586
16,765
49,107
35,312
189,037
21,452
1,184
69,565
65,548
30,572
15,680
137,187
33,049
95,435
29,093
9,821
7,743
37,189
(3)
$28,195
48,507
83,976
19,805
8,700
2,333
20,555
21,343
1,321
12,701
34,485
62
19,764
25,365
96,374
582
9,985
3,325
114,492
21,920
1,166
17,514
13,821
37,266
2,916
11,138
9,863
3,194
22,780
17,436
7,104
47,090
1,166
—324
6,415
5,589
3,264
37,242
15.679
9,205
50,783
4,604
17,525
5,886
1,848
7,375
8,538
43
90,359
12,760
489
4,534
58,785
6.540
16,528
20,521
59,707
12,806
27,819
17,884
9,282
8,255
61,002
11,441
44,014
4,462
3,305
2,850
12,387
$3,638,885
$1,425,646
Per Cent
31.35
31.56
32.29
40.63
42.46
29.36
89.16
25.97
8.77
39.82
42.68
36.05
31.49
53.19
42.68
5.19
55.55
49.61
81.89
25.94
29.02
26.75
37.21
48.81
29.38
43.88
34.63
7.83
33.62
48.65
42.16
43.81
29.44
29.18
26.37
20.13
28.37
34.90
54.82
45.31
11.33
37.05
31.72
15.49
74.68
46.33
0.56
70.18
44.93
5.36
14.12
41.51
39.00
33.65
58.11
31.58
59.70
39.99
27.28
30.36
52.65
44.47
34.62
46.12
15.34
33.65
36.81
33.31 G 58 BRITISH COLUMBIA
FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward	
Excess Insurance Co., Ltd.	
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada	
Federal Insurance Co   .	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co-
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of New York	
Fire Association of Philadelphia   :	
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co	
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark	
First National Insurance Co. of America (see note)	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp. Ltd	
General Insurance Co. of America	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada	
Girard Insurance Co. of Philadelphia— -	
Glens Falls Insurance Co 	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 	
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Grain Insurance and Guarantee Co.	
Granite State Fire Insurance Co	
Great American Insurance Co	
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd  	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd — 	
Halifax Insurance Co  	
Hanover Fire Insurance Co	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Home Fire & Marine Insurance Co. of California	
Home Insurance Co 	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co  .	
Imperial Guarantee & Accid. Insur. Co. of Canada 	
Imperial Insurance Office 	
Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd.— 	
Jersey Insurance Co. of New York  	
Kansas City Fire & Marine Insurance Co  	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd 	
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co . ._
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. 	
Licenses & General Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd	
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co	
Local Government Guarantee Society Ltd. (see note)	
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.. 	
Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Mercantile Insurance Co 	
Merchants & Manufacturers Insurance Co	
Merchants Fire Assurance Corporation of New York	
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Mercury Insurance Co	
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co 	
Mill Owners Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Iowa	
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wis  _	
Missisquoi & Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Monument Insurance Co. Ltd	
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd..   	
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia	
National-Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co .	
National Employers' Mutual General Insur. Assn. Ltd	
National Fire & Casualty Insurance Co	
Carried forward  .	
(1)
$3,793,210
12,016
51,529
137,263
111,858
141,037
162,485
53,266
59,921
174,924
81,825
27,729
29,461
236,710
14,177
-47
26,869
77,504
158,922
3,980
21,560
147,766
242,669
87,638
53,879
123,277
40,272
184,952
35,016
17,306
140,981
40,941
57,465
29,774
186,723
27,537
25,084
872
57,240
145,722
33,227
—89
12,120
158,047
41,226
44,291
30,260
280,186
12,517
10,276
98,955
57,938
40,327
46,525
12,277
33,746
44,786
32,450
31,112
11,395
5,105
446,649
32,083
22,186
10,152
58,369
49,834
64,362
33,423
1,775,048
(2)
$3,638,885
15,158
57,246
132,693
114,590
259,917
171,841
57,402
59,371
183,447
84,907
49,512
17,102
238,868
15,561
343
32,243
41,423
130,491
3,825
25,193
151,612
225,725
79,365
52,787
125,811
46,240
150,952
36,182
25,666
123,345
45,577
43,788
33,889
188,597
12,322
30,467
4,697
59,943
155,287
32,732
989
13,667
179,302
36,848
47,506
21,850
298,154
6,511
9,026
92,842
57,075
34,619
35,901
15,494
5,571
33,630
25,264
39,629
13,691
4,937
455,973
23,925
24,160
9,499
51,697
46,005
85,176
29,401
(3)
$1,425,646
12,269
21,565
36,823
74,852
82,750
28,438
16,656
33,298
95,597
23,196
5,558
14,138
64,213
4,381
38
8,618
19,212
54,785
1,445
9,691
63,761
92,416
26,702
25,422
-33,271
11,447
122,761
10,102
—301
54,507
21,025
30,019
16,637
82,232
5,793
16,205
941
34,771
61,374
11,802
174
3,803
70,381
17,076
62,810
15,317
103,947
910
2,396
24,807
23,607
10,573
10,130
4,822
12,547
22,752
6,080
14,383
.4,570
315
170,335
14,084
15,114
2,943
,    9,582
3,935
47,771
17,928
1,653,344
$3,447,148
Per Cent
80.94
37.67
27.75
65.32
31.84
16.55
29.02
56.08
52.11
27.32
11.23
82.67
26.88
28.15
11.07
26.73
46.38
41.98
37.77
38.47
42.05
40.94
33.64
48.46
26.44
24.76
81.32
27.92
44.19
46.13
68.56
49.09
43.60
47.01
53.18
20.03
58.01
39.52
36.05
17.59
27.83
39.25
46.34
132.21
70.10
35.18
13.98
26.55
26.72
41.36
30.54
28.22
31.12
225.22
67.65
24.07
36.00
33.38
6.38
37.36
58.87
62.56
30.98
18.53
8.55
56.09
60.97 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952
FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952—Continued
G 59
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$8,775,048
96,626
10,152
16,062
15,193
21,305
17,712
53,189
47,684
94,906
2,235,876
55,225
69,515
26,885
69,368
8,657
75,351
322,462
34,814
138,624
32,081
25,221
148,265
11,415
33,986
44,715
25,942
18,743
118,975
13,727
52,994
—4,747
6,235
323,210
163,124
16,490
2,059
20,895
(2)
$8,653,344
87,896
9,268
16,811
10,045
23,627
25,634
42,448
53,207
102,462
1,829,224
29,653
60,406
22,484
54,014
7,964
66,191
303,919
33,536
136,489
31,513
21,977
142,731
10,281
31,756
54,310
23,619
18,817
113,808
19,119
42,703
27,826
28,612
277,144.
144,845
16,720
1,513
22,135
(3)
$3,447,148
25,386
2,943
6,637
6,093
2,884
14,612
22,580
17,653
16,748
938,975
15,415
27,779
7,049
42,817
2,333
17,570
71,324
14,115
41,521
13,957
6,415
60,350
1,412
12,701
33,177
6,998
1,346
54,814
1,323
19,510
1,371
6,231
84,584
54,286
10,896
563
5,172
61,639
1,941
32,251
62,806
5,583
38,310
2,314
12,975
Per Cent
28.88
31.76
39.48
60.66
12.21
57.00
53.19
33.18
16.35
Non-Marine Underwriters, Members of Lloyd's, London,
F.ng
51.33
51.98
45.99
31.35
79.27
29.29
26.54
23.47
30.42
29.50
44.29
29.19
42.28
Orion Insurance Co., Ltd j	
13.73
40.00
61.09
29.63
7.15
48.16
Pennsylvania Lumbermen's Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
6.92
45.69
4.93
21.78
30.52
37.47
65.17
37.21
Providenr.p. Firp. Insurance. Cn.
23.36
118,121
14,029
"52,837
166,818
28,593
"   121,948
20,978
36,640
3,752
104,341
425,923
111,943
5,087
53,266
167,369
29,175
106,525
14,721
33,007
2,269 .
94,895
384,587
55.06
38.15
60.55
37.53
19.14
35.96
15.72
39.30
22,955
171,161
24.18
44.51
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada (see note)— .r	
13,701
106,489
152,070
81,810
17,594
9,378
23,975
51,576
46,420
45,542
12,032
159,117
154,754
75,794
8,734
12,092
21,060
101,610
51,956
47,728
3,195
78,129
72,881
26,161
334
10,296
5,590
34,582
20,715
16,161
26.55
49.05
47.00
34.52
3.82
85.14
26.54
34.03
39.87
Security Insurance Co. of New Haven....         	
33.86      .
Sp.rnr.tv National Tnsnrnrtpp. Co.
7,166 "
29,630
7,121
35,313
2,466
15,128
34.63
42.84
168,460
6,355
30,448
10,152
139,292
18,371
.. 58,513
164,585
33,352
66,651
29,443
40.50
Standard Insurance Co. of New York
88.28
45.78
31 87
9,232
138,380
12,660
63,278
2,943
41,583
6,200
19,149
Sun Insurance Office Ltd ■ __    =_„.„—.
30 05
48 97
$15,348,906
$14,733,144
$5,990,967 G 60 BRITISH COLUMBIA
FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward	
Toronto General Insurance Co.-
Transcontinental Insurance Co-
Travelers Fire Insurance Co._
Union Assurance Society Ltd	
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co.	
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
United British Insurance Co. Ltd. (see note)	
United National Indemnity Co 	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Unity Fire & General Insurance Co	
Utah Home Fire Insurance Co. (see note)	
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co _	
Wellington Fire Insurance Co .	
Westchester Fire Insurance Co.	
Western Assurance Co	
Western Union Insurance Co	
Westminster Fire Office (see note)	
World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd...
World Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd..
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd	
Zurich General Accident & Liability Ins. Co. Ltd...
Totals for 1952	
(1)
$15,348,906
44,807
12,839
29,710
41,162
35,876
122,688
40,327
2,347
87,138
25,363
56,170
361,498
51,207
15,996
123,851
43,036
18,498
858
13,700
86,523
58
(2)
$14,733,144
36,755
12,030
27,480
37,711
27,006
125,842
34,771
959
96,663
31,736
61.988
320,047
49,206
17,134
93,741
30,546
7~896
39,401
12,035
88,154
11
(3)
$5,990,967
12,828
13,648
12,494
11,080
22,203
42,306
10,573
49,956
10,843
27,210
104,024
21,774
7,441
102,768
17,346
666
2,331
3,195
21,470
$16,562,558 | $15,884,256
$6,485,123
Per Cent
34.90
113.45
45.47
29.38
82.22
33.62
30.41
51.68
34.17
Totals for 1951..
$16,214,525 | $13,890,610
 I	
40.82
$4,917,607    | 35.40
Note.—The entire business of this Insurer has been 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
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Ratio of
Incurred
(3) to (2)
(3)
Per Cent
$79
0.18
584
17.75
487
14.76
2,129
18.82
260
17.86
971
17.72
133,834
60.26
584
17.75
843
17.75
90
3.74
Affiliated Underwriters	
American Exchange Underwriters-
Canadian Reciprocal Underwriters-
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter-Insurance
Bureau 	
Fireproof-Sprinklered Underwriters-
Individual Underwriters	
Lumbermen's Underwriting Alliance-
Metropolitan Inter-Insurers-
New York Reciprocal Underwriters-
Underwriters Exchange ,	
Totals for 1952-
Totalsfor 1951-
(1)
$45,929
2,828
2,365
9,421
1,257
4,713
239,359
2,828
4,085
2,813
$315,598
$258,601
(2)
$43,370
3,288
3,297
11,310
1,458
5,480
222,085
3,288
4,749
2,408
$300,733
$243,957
$139,861
$76,652
46.51
31.82
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year
Net Premiums
Written
Net Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Premiums
Earned
1948         .._   _  . .
$12,051,000
12,400,000
13,910,000
16,215,000
16,563,000
$9,805,000
11,808,000
12,552,000
13,891,000
15,884,000
$6,543,000
6,335,000
6,787,000
4,918,000
6,485,000
Per Cent
66.73
1949..
53,65
54.06
1950
1951
35.40
1952   .                   	
40.82 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952
G 61
TABLE V.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Acadia Fire Insurance Co	
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co-
Aetna Insurance Co 	
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd.
Allstate Insurance Co	
American Alliance Insurance Co.	
American Automobile Insurance Co-
American Insurance Co.	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd—
Arex Indemnity Co.	
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Baloise Fire Insurance Co. Ltd	
Bankers & Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd—
British America Assurance Co	
British Canadian Insurance Co 	
British Empire Assurance Co	
British General Insurance Co. Ltd	
British Law Insurance Co. Ltd 	
British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co	
British Oak Insurance Co. Ltd	
British Traders* Insurance Co. Ltd	
Caledonian Insurance Co .	
Calvert Fire Insurance Co	
Camden Fire Insurance Association	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co-
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian Commerce Insurance Co.	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co 	
Canadian General Insurance Co	
Canadian Home Assurance Co 	
Canadian Indemnity Co.
Canadian Mercantile Insurance Co-
Canadian Surety Co-
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd—
Casualty Co. of Canada 	
Central Insurance Co. Ltd. (see note)	
Century Indemnity Co. (see note) 	
Century Insurance Co. Ltd-
Commerce Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Commercial Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J—
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. „ 	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co..
Continental Casualty Co. 	
Continental Insurance Co 	
Contingency Insurance Co. Ltd—
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co...
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd.	
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-
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co..
Eureka-Security Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
Federal Fire Insurance Co	
Federal Insurance Co	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co..
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York (see note)_.
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada .
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance of New York-
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co	
First National Insurance Co. of America (see note)..
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
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-
Carried forward-
Net
Premiums
Written
(1)
$84,084
366
9
35,791
225
2,763
3,986
5,627
45,374
13,488
51,230
28,488
394,471
251,612
116,869
154,557
29,768
49,307
23,617
157,350
73,998
762
-1,831
85,583
65,855
8,604
133,285
112,487
36,103
164,081
39,348
187,948
71,433
88,724
Net
Premiums
Earned
46,132
39,348
24,322
48,373
11,810
21,201
3,163
26,335
964
11,824
135,265
26,761
258,305
20,838
74,430
61,956
2,362
4,457
65,905
97,332
77,323
77,369
31,176
27,157
29,109
46,628
82,489
200,407
734,936
152,238
22,451
(2)
$57,838
517
46
37,017
194
2,476
4,447
5,627
41,271
14,979
45,501
37,073
489,193
227,365
92,828
134,617
24,048
32,295
36
20,734
138,394
60,918
377
4,839
69,136
59,504
5,936
114,441
90,577
20,134
138,393
41,606
150,340
45,296
84,607
41,871
38,416
221,737
39,089
6,902
16,245
3,116
19,299
1,208
1,123
94,741
23,508
229,412
18,298
65,480
52,302
1,380
4,180
59,312
70,087
61,556
53,633
38,495
22,988
61,842
39,318
57,852
172,925
469,453
138,421
11,769
$4,977,728
$4,428,558
Net Losses
Incurred
(3)
$44,302
50
18,105
-156
238
3,484
36,362
21,724
6,740
22,797
25,024
462,927
105,550
57,330
108,616
10,713
13,259
74,900
88,497
25,496
375
-2,734
30,797
42,754
3,763
76,600
42,112
14,220
89,735
19,238
112,217
34,950
48,705
21,724
19,238
48,945
18,052
5,548
10,658
232
7,631
263
7,363
49,381
12,693
145,480
13,242
69,615
42,669
1,109
1,726
37,408
34,692
47,452
40,770
22,724
22,373
10,063
12,026
31,009
129,787
399,021
45,167
1,793
$2,948,544
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Per Cent
76.60
9.67
48.91
9.61
78.34
651.35
52.64
45.00
50.10
67.50
94.63
46.42
61.76
80.69
44.55
41.05
361.24
63.95
41.85
99.47
44.54
71.85
63.39
66.93
46.49
70.63
64.84
46.24
74.64
77.16
57.57
51.88
50.08
22.07
46.18
80.38
65.61
7.44
39.54
21.77
655.65
52.12
53.99
63.41
72.37
106.31
81.58
80.36
41.29
63.06
49.50
77.09
76.02
59.03
97.32
16.27
30.59
53.60
75.05
84.91
32.63
15.23 G 62 BRITISH COLUMBIA
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952—Continued
Name of Insurer
-:-'-"-Net": =
Premiums
Written
Net "■■■■■
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
.Brought forwards.
Glens Falls Insurance Co __...■_	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada _____,	
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 Insurance Co  ———
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co-
Hartford- Fire Insurance Co :	
Home Insurance Co.  1	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co-
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Ins. Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office-
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America-
Insurance Co. of North America ~.	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd	
Kansas City Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd	
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co 	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co-
Licenses & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd—
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co-
London & County Insurance Co. Ltd  ._	
London & Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd.. —_	
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. of Canada
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.
London & Provincial Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd-
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd	
London Assurance 	
London-Canada Insurance Co	
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd-
Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co	
Maryland Casualty Co-
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd—
Mercury Insurance Co-
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co 	
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wis..
Monument Insurance Co. Ltd .—_	
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd-
National-Ben Franklin Fire Insurance Co	
National Employers' Mutual General Insur. Assn. Ltd-
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford	
New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co	
New York Underwriters Insurance Co.—	
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co._
Non-Marine Underwriters, Members of Lloyd's, London.Eng.
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd—J	
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 Indemnity Co	
Ohio Farmers Insurance Co.	
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd —	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co  	
Pacific Indemnity Co-
Palatine Insurance Co. Ltd—
Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd..
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd	
Phenix Fire Insurance Co	
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd—
(1)
$4,977,728
108,015
163,863
416,109
32,628
20,260
121,095
892,207
56,220
136,587
129,796
82,942
30,381
149,386
14,546
7,084
970
16,459
2
86,458
148,021
30,667
1,614
8,822
123,286
39,025
21,224
16,383
271,472
65,885
51,447
17,579
32,052
86,361
125,586
36,384
2,896
22,183
6,907
213,557
1,097.015
36,026
145,173
5,472
390,824
43,161
60,412
44,487
821,552
59,022
71,273
352,364
358
173,480
24,122
167,446
197,211
174,846
2,531
44,972
14,596
18,605
27,058
128,473
1,179
64,397
Carried forward..
$12,930,142
(2)
$4,428,558
103,521
203,354
306,006
25,485
18,154
119,672
894,310
47,978
113,855
150,639
50,197
14,649
112,826
11,902
3,803
790
9,875
2
64,299
147,081
28,161
1,838
11,494
86,627
29,196
12,134
43,300
240,771
52,423
39,856
14,799
28,413
84,804
110,288
32,085
2,866
22,510
_ 5,968
147,045
773,067
22,219
187,769
23,875
485,546
29,906
41
55,128
29,481
618,346
46,117
54,527
298,415
293
140,334
21,697
135,217
180,145
167,201
2,285
40,921
12,863
15,030
19,478
113,589
662
57,882
(3)
$2,948,544
140,195
188,977
187,092
14,964
  1,750
102,302
617,715
44,661
60,632
71,792
35,742
-5
. 16,755
81,659
2,664
677
4,511
34,632
92,670
7,388
559
12,063
92,538
29,363
■ 2,615
25,830
173,057
33,087
. 53,487.
6,370
19,536
65,978
51,465
21,320
889
10,644
9,516
120,519
488,077
4,670
104,514
6,115
430,517
22,137
—14.
22,728
14,151
524,316
50,064
42,864
. 117,727
73
103,934
27,401
60,254
159,132
96,262
417
21,724
5,931
6,695
15,405
104,978
18,395
Per Cent
135.43
92.93
61.14
58.72 .
9.64
85.49
69.07
93.09
53.25 .
47.65
71.20
, 114.38
- 72.38
22.38
85.70
45.68
53.86
63.01
26.23
30.41
104.95
106.82
100.57
21.55
59.65
71.88
63.11
134.20
43.04
68.76
77.80
46.66
66.15
31.02
47.29
159.00
81.96
63.14
21.02
55.66
25.61
88.67
74.02
41.23
48.00
84.79
108.56
78.61
39.45
24.91
74.06
126.29
44.56
88.33
57.57
18.25
53.09
46.11
44.54
79.09
92.42
31.78
$11,353,568
$7,832,630 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1952 G 63
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952—Continued
NetLosses
Incurred
Name of Insurer
Premiums
Written
Premiums
Earned
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Ttroucht forward
(1)
$12,930,142
20,997
309,570
29,225
42,434
111,514
134,870
202,541
(2)
$11,353,568
(3)
$7,832,630
Per Cent
12,947
222,998
19,667
7,380
86,124
117,577
169,959
9,196
166,370
...     16,508
3,682
25,156
71.03
74.61
83.94
49.94
29.21
66,992
106,124
56.98.    I
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd—.  	
62.44
"    '23,465~'
8,436
158,132
313,534
"~ 18,008   "
4,841
143,672
260,165
"    17,419
4,000
80,203
250,241
96.73
82.62
55.82
96.19
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada (see note)	
390,655
51,044
65,846
323,126
14,402
9,389
25,933
124,756
485,377
42,211
51,412
273,999
7,760
9,069
20,315
103,465
453,117
30,473
51,245
164,625
2,991
6,195
6,190
44,599
93.35
72.00
99.00
60.08
38.54
68.30
30.47
43.11
63,111
49,137
25,057
50.99
89,670
12,922
92,035
2,113
9,543
15,390
148,646
70,414
10,029
74,110
621
7,701
11,866
108,888
44,659
4,312
34,470
1,836
7,869
15,926
87,437
63.42
42.99
46.51
295 65
102.18
134.22
80 30
22,326
18,036
8,034
44 54
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co.
292,221
61,382
257,017
54,190
164,351
30,340
2,904
63 95
Union Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
55.99
857
5,227
38,474
421
532,732
35,964
203,025
114,756
55.56
33,673
30,561
79.43
605
651,388
38,357
207,229
168,180
345,255
25,440
145,990
102,965
64.81
70.73
71.91
89.72
13,988
137,955
888,917
12,779
112,704
893,702
2,747
78,893
524,807
21.50
70 00
Zurich General Accident & Liability Insurance Co. Ltd.	
58.72
Totals for 1952.             	
$18,240,519
$16,022,307
$11,021,809
68.79
Totals for 1951 	
$13,897,219
$13,616,910
$9,569,188
70.27
Note.—The entire business of this Insurer has been 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. G 64
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year
Net Premiums
Net Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Written
Premiums
Earned
1948
$9,216,000
10,532,000
13,264,000
13,897,000
18,241,000
$7,744,000
9,968,000 .
11,716,000
13,617,000
16,022,000
$5,114,000
5,148,000
6,724,000
9,569,000
11,022,000
Per Cent
66 03
1949
51.65
1950
57.39
1951
70.27
1952
68.79 G 65
TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Accident
Combined Accident
Miscellaneous
(See Foot-note)
Personal Accident
Public Liability
Employer's Liability
and Sickness
aicKness
Aircrait
guarantee
inland 1 ransportation
Marine
Plate Glass
Personal Property
Real Property
Theft
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
1   Acadia Fire Insurance 0Y».
$292
$3
$2,183
—230
$32
$55
159
$213
$400
	
	
$726
160
$610
$233
$1,143
$430
$8,398
$2,754
—$120
$674
239
$143
1
2
]
J
4
5
6
} 7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
I
26
27
7   28
f
)   29
f
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
}   40
{
.   41
s
42
I 43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
1   57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
108
265
276
22
15
14
	
$12,060
$42,712
5,796
23,595
10
49
—3
$4,922
$2,380
3,620
63,520
37,737
5,085
247
fE;            $2,207
-j Ex.              380
[H.                430
1,118
$178,005
$125,348
1,595
—262
4
32,905
1,805
69,483
187
20
9,519 |
422
2,582
4,551
604
213
E.                915
	
6
	
—128
	
210
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;e.            210
\Bx.                  1
C.             7,834
	
8. American Credit Indemnity Co. of New York	
$925
741
363
5,682
57,327
7,994
5,883
5,326 |
3,889
5,518
1,512
633
10. Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd.   ,
58
900
24
366
1,010
—1,324
53
$19
	
400
36,979
72,053
2,069
56
46
554
343
55:
E.                301
■
8
10
113,684
8,575
9
	
1,074
261
427
—'i	
6,185
6,679
1,357
1,258
1,000
350
1,705
$346
45
3
	
	
6,524
566
10,345
16. Bankers & Shippers Insurance Co. of New York
17  BCFG Mutual Hail Insurance Co.
	
	
	
	
4,234
	
3,765
	
H.           70,460
17-218
18  Belgamar Marine Insurance Co T.td.
	
1,920
1,592
3,413
1,296
	
	
8,213
1,627
	
	
B.           38,224
1,418
28
2,279
962
84,330
31,165
6,258
605
49,509
21,356
1,318
348
95,906
21,278
18,598
9,920
	
3,193
—13
3,243
4,355
83
2,535
1,846
2,092
$500
2,001
1,372
27
2,391
1,326
E.                  99
	
2^i British & Overseas Insurance Co, T.td.
37,857
7,087
	
?4, British Aviation Insurance Co. T.td.
9,613
2,542
846
6,193
485
1,773
1,185
1
40,919
2,107
21
700
596
—79
■	
1,381
1,489
3,297
	
1,169
8
f E.                127
I Ex.                20
	
	
	
129
	
22,689
2,010
141
— 14
4,803
222
941
6,543
4,619
5,071
302
2,377
1,186
61
18
202
3,436
7,285
64
4,282
80
f E.                371
|W.                 10
fE.                   24
}w.             1
160
 •
537
99
113
1,292
6,628
514
1,008
19
30. British Northwestern Insurance Co.
2,555
10
162
485
31   British Pacific Insurance Co,
 r
230,141
95,592
	
1
1,030
377
—43
9,494
16,170
3,755
83
16,923
16,615
730
5,708
2,788
E.                  66
E.             1,374
883
9,765
15
568
—383
20
353
8,676
8,785
139
2,079
39
985
698
3,719
136
1,686
	
4,224
288
322
1,812
1,869
1,870
11
996
401
6
36. Canada Health & Accident Assurance Corporation   ..
37. Canada Life Assurance Co.
13,202
6,940
6,858
2,884
	
~~5i
281
633
38  Canada Senility Assurance Co.
154
1,503
—864
5
62
874
4,111
466
fE.                179
)F.                 159
jE.                 303
JF.                 483
4,326
67,959
1,379
4,219
17
1,482
627
94
15,952
40,972
779
385
3,470
89
719
99
—8
539
1,247
1,916
408
1,067
29
1,925
8,649
6,321
7,355
16,276
6,874
3,101
23,342
272
	
41. Canadian General TnsnratK^ <Vi,
116
38
297
361
43. Canadian Indemnity Co.
403
130,285
3
9,639
90,807
11,328
5,739
113
41,546
4,035
18,803
209
172
3,275
5,094
540
3,341
31,440
678
6,612
9,931
37
472
44,498
20
4,236
JE.                169
\F.             1,396
F.                462
	
51
797
	
65,728
3,813
—14
1,572
241
24,686
21,442
	
47. Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd	
48, Casualty Co. of Canada
1,050
1,156
277
128
	
	
	
4,942
1,234
215
5,318
2,217
902
204
737
E.                196
2,952
2,902
43
47
1,729
153
203
323
375
2,231
460
	
	
	
354
686
362
209
17,667
5,333
50. Central Mntual Insurance Co.                     ....
131.
.	
958
372
1,363
E.             2,916
2,763
[            991
3,892
2,016
	
2,304
—18
241
1,426
7,792
5,417
2,480
1,161
37
5,520
6
2,222
52   Christiana General Insurance Co, Ltd.
;	
	
53   Commerce Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
3
36,924
3,937
4,071
31
20
34,766
1,246
214
971
776
54   Commercial Insurance Co. of Newark
24,149
6,307
14,643
7,498
1,970
15,196
—232
2,506
7
—726
55,015
40,210
13,202
947
19,026
14,879
10
1,143
6
206
21
	
9,443
F.                  73
	
55   Commercial Union Assurance Co. T.td.
4,126
583
159
15
58,505
16,956
51,216
9,964
	
sg  Confederation T.ff<». Associat!™.
139,770
190
' 144,403
24
15
12
350
125
1,047
25
1,166
4,958
—29
1,974
5,041
89
356
23,468
5,353
9,327
1,909
126
254
fE.                645
(Ex.                 2
	
—5
	
5°  Continental Assurance Oo.
662
35
	
60,  Continental r_s.Rii.i1ty Csrt.
61,195
|        45,821
2,085
~~15
368
12
220,095
45,256
305
—159
205
	
61   Continental Tnsurancp Co,
559
2,054
1,530
—2,340
185,839
17,358
97,412
6,209
144,496
547
3,280
11,553
184
2,027
S  E.                 861
E.                   35
	
	
63   Cornhill Insurance Co, Ttd.
	
	
64, Crown Trife TtisiiT-inf-F. fy_,
—10
85,888
60,217
~72
65  Dominion Fire Insurance Co.
256
65
711
100
75
10
	
66. Dominion Life Assurance Co.
147953
3,539
353
1,111
144
	
	
6,383
268
	
67  Dominion nf Canada General Insurance Co.
[          5,478
9,058
620
71
6,428
4,779
2,429
1,938
3,192
1,238
16,579
2,614
6,962
3,037
1
68. Eagle Fire Co. of New York-
31
B.—Boiler and Machinery. C.—Credit,
i Figures included in personal accident totals.
E.—Earthquake.
Ex.—Explosion.
F.A.—Falling Aircraft. F.—Forgery. H.—Hail.
L.H.—Limited Hail.
I.V.—Impact by Vehicles,
L.S.—Live Stock.
S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
W.D.—Water Damage
W.—Windstorm and Weather.
,  TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952—Continued
G 67
Name of Company
Accident
Personal Accident
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Public Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Employer's Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Combined Accident
and Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Aircraft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Guarantee
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Inland Transportation
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Marine
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Plate Glass
Net
Pfemiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Personal Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Theft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Miscellaneous
(See Foot-note)
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
69. Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd	
70. Economic Insurance Co. Ltd.	
71. Economical Mutual Insurance Co.	
72. Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd.—
73. Employers Mutual Liability Ins. Co. of Wisconsin_
74. English & American Insurance Co. Ltd	
75. Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co.	
76. Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States
77. Essex & Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society Ltd.	
78. Eureka-Security Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
79. Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada..
80. Federal Insurance Co	
81. Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Ins. Co..
82. Federation Insurance Co. of Canada	
83. Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York	
84. Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada..
85. Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of New York-
86. Fire Association of Philadelphia..
87. Fireman's Fund Insurance Co	
88. General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada..
89. General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp. Ltd.
90. General Casualty Co. of America	
91. General Insurance Co. of America	
92. General Security Insurance Co. of Canada..
93. Glens Falls Insurance Co.	
94. Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada..
95. Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co..
96. Grain Insurance & Guarantee Co.	
97. Great American Indemnity Co.	
98. Great American Insurance Co	
99. Great-West Life Assurance Co	
100. Guarantee Co. of North America-
101. Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd	
102. Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada..
103. Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd._
104. Halifax Insurance Co.	
105. Hanover Fire Insurance Co.	
106. Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co.-
107. Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
108. Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd.	
109. Home Fire & Marine Insurance Co. of California	
110. Home Insurance Co..
111. Hudson Bay Insurance Co..
112. Imperial Guarantee & Accident Ins. Co. of Canada .
113. Imperial Insurance Office	
114. Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
115. Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America.
116. Indemnity Marine Assurance Co. Ltd.	
117. Insurance Co. of North America	
118. Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd	
119. Jersey Insurance Co. of New York	
.120. John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co..
121. Law Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd.—
122. Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd..
123. Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
3,284
26
4
9,698
183
434
3,213
1,476
547
—23
1^260
61
491
22,592
2,575
12,828
63
577
1,163
499
3,580
1,870
12,293
1,390
97
232
—103
50
24,750
286
634
217
—1,314
3,199
392
7,817
—371
2,968
50
"434
303
2,485
68
4,161
466
-11
42,560
25
1,047
477
5,374
921
7,328
9,518
16,779
2,190
28,712
—1
8,255
5,269
3,245
5,428
127,298
633
6,581
9,505
2,835
1,638
47,633
180
2,119
25,921
387
266
13,147
1,166
91
4,349
1,882
33,420
11,661
1,445
7,711
5,021
26
1,075
1,463
33,928
6,027
5,212
467
24,904
2,806
8,584
500
I
728
120
43
157
379
1,757
1,426
1,997
1,242
117
85
17,365
58
2,391
553
254
33
2,777
370
2,248
—119
135
700
842
874
920
351
1,066
484
579
73
268
290
1,854
1,258
1,670
200
116,919
68
32,649
18,946
1,324
-745
3,106
827
501
10
55,504
15,889
"7^802
144
3,227
1,567
852
3,271
45
13,641
708
2,211
800
2,002
69
67
2,466
106
89
6,185
675
1,357
1,960
174
641
1,483
7,555
—239
8,646
8,213
—179
1,926
140
868
3,473
661
2,090
225
4,378
129
15
970
824
6,297
1,418
10,548
1,478
458
1,267
75
385
6,778
3,868
11,240
214
1,237
100
512
1,282
240
12,075
3
T215
2,927
5,111
—53
385
-20
1,378
5,000
1,088
3,657
940
132
502
10,730
25
6,121
992
242
1,190
5,068
2,322
4,095
25,970
346
265
1,371
2,244
82
398
581
363
—353
739
7,725
523
6,318
347
9,664
124
6,121
6,121
73,118
3
2,705
8,864
2,278
395
419
2,473
2,067
17,247
228
118
7
-1
82
500
-936
2,330
6,511
13,934
10,745
2,278
376
604
2,278
1,579
77,387
80
1,694
26,200
9,086
27,654
259
30,589
531,342
25,170
—1,034
58,581
9,086
95,990
64
588
145,258
9,086
29,417
9,237
—320
25,011
9,642
23,764
—1,533
12,224
409,001
11,441
22,013
8,960
60,522
222
106,585
8,958
34,419
8,487
563
2,255
18
1,884
773
3,402
914
1,002
1,330
432
5,904
97
530
2,047
1,346
502
7,167
192
975
3,638
310
1,265
1,679
8,404
40
475
4,183
89
229
loi
2,163
708
1,302
104
63
254
624
3,464
1,104
860
569
535
5,398
102
1,401
1,306
91
42
1,443
3,488
106
3,259
300
4,498
33
9,813
18,133
4,694
739
7,290
20,395
2,452
45,849
20,172
42,471
483,146
12,509
8,108
68,229
7,159
571
7,441
19,027
18,936
464
12,883
49,680
9,154
26,334
28,545
2,706
157,738
4,213
18,238
18,046
99,864
3,452
6,609
29,130
125
1,293
32
2,651
11,946
1,865
188
9,085
13,868
—789
5,086
5,962
5,673
124,926
3,588
1,906
27,194
685
—3
2-509
9,052
1,540
218
2,250
13,739
1,006
13,042
12,966
22
154,704
11,438
11,745
29,570
964
2,406
12,897
293
I
25
4,062
54,113
72
106
411
1,752
46
385
450
491
512
450
899
246
28
50
75,170
38
lis
256
242
908
242
485
606
6,816
43
971
4,572
3,155
2,579
131
2,145
1,762
14,684
6
2,032
4,741
7
3,051
4,170
24,659
109
5,220
13,934
1,593
1,804
192
25,184
140
2,500
15,746
309
732
350
936
910
37
-19,403
6,579
50
6,100
5,312
220
2,288
355
7,992
1,647
-673
401
461
15,728
23
415
2,532
B.
—2,672
fB.
(E.
E.
204
773
129
[E.
(Ex.
317
2
B.
—13
fE.
(Ex.
5
23
I
132,566
23
fE.
(Ex.
1,177
370
{?:
715
27
F.
4
fE.
(Ex.
1,538
4
fEx.
|W.
E.
fE.
I Ex.
-j S.L.
I W.
I W_D.
E.
193
331
1,003
419
96
1
3
26
2,806
19
2,159
10
121
396
333
261
20
70
65
E.
2,850
Be
286
H.
1,100
W.
5
E.
93
fa-
(Ex.
350
170
77
-120
57,982
74
13
1,542
W. 48
69
70
71
72
73
1   74
f
75
76
77
]   78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
till
112
113
114
115
116
117
J
118
119
120
) 121
1
122
123
B.—Boiler and Machinery. C.—Credit.
1 Figures included in personal accident totals.
E.—Earthquake.
Ex.—Explosion.
F.A.—Falling Aircraft.
F.—Forgery.
H.—Hail.
L.H.—Limited Hail. I.V.—Impact by Vehicles. L.S.—Livestock. S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage. W.D.—Water Damage W.—Windstorm and Weather.  G 69
TABLE VH.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952—Continued
Accident
Combined Accident
Personal Accident
Public Liability
Employer's Liability
and Sickness
-jicxness
Aircrait
guarantee
inland l ransportauon
Marine
Flate lilass
Personal Property
Real iroperty
xhelt
(See Foot-note)
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred |
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
124.  Liberty Mutual Tnsnranri* Cfi,
259
9,985
3,082
	
754
237
	
10
5
348
1
1,009
307
	
—5
511
12,312
4,212
1,353
—2
2,355
774
E.                -3
E.                  35
f B.                910
(F.                   62
J B.                280
(F.                  19
124
125. Licenses _fe fteneral Insurance. Cn. T.td,
2,162
687
	
221
2,782
2,304
124
74
12,507
—325
11,356
82
10,035
125
126. Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd.
1,635
513
2,536
800
1,177
381
414
134
718
	
3,028
948
1,572
470
509
166
4,899
512
1,341
4,941
1,491
	
7 126
(
(127
1
128
127. Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co.   ..	
	
128. London & County Insurance Co. Ltd.   ..
"884
	
45
129. London & Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd.
50
5,557
368
28
6,782
4,849
•   7,146
	
	
4,648
10,052
279
191
748
	
129
130. London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada..
1,611
491
17,852
1,611
7,071
	
	
1,076
262
1,756
2,503
—8
Ex.                38
JE.             3,289
(Ex.              816
130
131. London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.  _
	
3,336
42
34,346
3,351
4,202
62,280
1,736
2,050
16,925
3,845
3,155
27,513
518
104
3,144
802
1,033
2,214
303
	
( 131
J
132
132. London & Provincial Mar. & General Ins. Co. Ltd.
915
939
1,138
58
81
178
127
51
2J624
43
133. London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd.
309
250
31
30
_	
11,878
1,519
16,240
69,854
11,000
49,990
253
1,953
133
134,  T ondon Assurance.
894
452|
fE.                336
i Ex.                 6
[w.             10
1
1134
J
135
135. London-Canada Insurance Co.
648
367
	
—374
136. London Guarantee & Accident Co. T.td     	
4,200
15,907
4,855
611
204,637
54,591
56,609
1,025
1,178
4,573
9,355
183
88
1,090
-45
	
4,515
483
136
137. London Life Insurance Co.
119,903
13,120
16,036
137
138. Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co.	
2,347
	
—121
	
—800
138
139. Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co.
244
—76
—844
—50
	
387
B.              —58
139
14f>. Maritinie Insurance C". Ltd.
19
	
-766
165
37
16,159
5,339
140
1.11     Maryland fasiialty fn
306
56
	
70
8,646
1,059
2,353
29
F.                   2
Ex.               —1
E.                 23
	
141
142. Mercantile Insurance Co.                       	
	
	
142
14^, Mercury Insurance Co.
	
143
144. Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co. of New York	
460
13,237
724
2,895
7,753
1,879
74
16
114,755
1,449
1,216
1,906
	
5,044
1,202!
144
145. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
169,750
264
122,513
145
146. Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co.   ..   	
	
	
5
17,882
959
9,907
254
26,479
	
JE.                  63
(Ex.                67
	
1 146
147
147. Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee         , ,
5,408
155,680
39,884
1,396
	
148. Ministers Life * Casualty Union
5,192
	
148
149. Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd.         .                	
83
19,139
7,566
1,174
277
111
E.                 98
149
150. Mutual Benefit Health A; Accident Association
	
563,350
	
	
150
151. Mutual Boiler & Machinery Insurance Co.	
	
	
	
	
	
B.         366,396
,   W.                31
53,187
6
151
152. Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia     .. ...
	
	
152
153. Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada
41,181
466
	
153
154. Mutual I ,ife Insurance Co. of New York
115
	
	
19,408
1,195
	
154
155. National-Ben Franklin Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh	
3,354
52
—106
7
36,224
4,520
	
155
156. National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford.
1,820
8
25
	
1,297
611
95
Ill
50
	
	
156
157. National Insurance & Guarantee Corporation Ltd.
444
157
158. National Provincial Insurance Co. T.td.
	
352
2,823
1,576
	
	
E.                  98
fE.                   84
(Ex.                89
■   Ex.                 2
158
159. New England Insurance Co.                                  	
6
1,279
339
	
( 159
S
160
160. New York Life Insurance Co.         ...                  	
2,678
2,933
	
||      1.734
633
1,267
492
161. New York Underwriters Insurance Co            , 	
 ■—
398
10,327
683
485,889
377
—14
662
—247
263,412
354
22,377
4,886
9,280
36,377
3,029
9,452
2,099
6,649
10,430
6,471
7,670
4,671
—5
462
1,321
689
3,101
4,025
	
161
16?.. New Zealand Insurance. Co. Ltd.
150
133,995
3,437
663
231
168
300
677
1,085
28,617
196
162
163. Niagara Fire Insurance Co.                                    	
17,550
11,162
163
132,065
—13,664
2,245
58
-221
6,007
696
145,233
27,006
52,296
1,376
1,125
85,862
24,747
—473
fB.        —25,133
E.           10,885
j Ex.           8,611
] L.S.         11,031
| S.L.              330
[W.               276
164. Non-Marine Underwriters, Members of Lloyd's
164
7,264
.
165. Nordisk Reinsurance Co. Ltd.            	
165
166
167
168
166. North American Life & Casualty Co.   ,.
36.925
736
42,851
13,633
258
37,360
	
167. North American Life Assurance Co.                  	
2,454
168. North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd.
3,241
337
—336
220
518
93
4,126
4,103
484
3,208
123
713
394
1,260
59
301
21,443
9,739
238
7,573
801
1,282
120
j  E.                316
	
169. North Empire Fire Insurance Co	
5,000
—30
8
169
7 170
S
171
170  North River Insurance Co.
	
2,772
650
6,802
—237
911
2,370
2,449
157
564
1,687
784
100
if E.                136
(Ex.                 5
171. Northern Assurance Co. Ltd.
383
3,146
1,403
6,123
4,128
-284
32
6
1,067
806
838
2,821
4-247
17?   Northwest Casualty Co.                      	
172
173
174
173, Northwestern Mutual Fire Association
256
1,178
31
210
61
19,142
60,590
20,219
1,196
23,205
5,060
119
' E.                749
Ex.                  1
! E.                 17
	
174. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd	
1,406
133
554
6,194
43
9,500
131
2,133
16
1,156
295
416
20
1,835
7,448
1,791
133
4,603
261
175   Occidental Fire-Insurance Co.
2,832
	
5,317
175
176
176. Occidental T.if<. Insurance Co. of California
592
706
10,932
	
177. Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd.      .   -
14,677
6,900
4,450
633
138
725
445
8,168
—950
249
200
1,590
970
19,474
9,166
7,041
	
4,684
5,149
2,500
2,178
| B.           33,499
177
178, Ohio Farmf/rs Indemnity Ca,
178
17*), Ohio Farmers Insurance Co.
521
6,611
179
180, Old Colony Insurance Co.
76
166,846
69,485
29,606
3,890
148,825
73,384
64,108
17,471
2,670
56,254
38
	
■;  1
	
180
181,  Orion Tnsnrfin«. Co, T.td,
98
233
392
57
181
182. Overseas Assurance Corporation Ltd.
6,228
285
4,822
	
|   ET"            301
182
183, Pacific CoRst "iff- Insurance Co.
2,312
25
	
251
547
120
138
88
2,661
1,240
3
705
	
183
184. Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Insurance Co.
	
 1
184
185, Pacific Fire Insurance Co,
11,781
437
4,289
	
185
1«fi    Pflrffir. Indemnity Pn,
1,300
—18,928
	
134
	
1   B.           44,884
16,650
186
187. Patriotic Assurance Oo. Ltd.
	
	
	
787
187
1R8, Pa"i ■Rfivpri. Lift. Insurance Cn.
	
	
2,597
81
	
188
B.—Boiler and Machinery. C.—Credit,
i Figures included in personal accident totals.
E.—Earthquake.
Ex.—Explosion.
F.A.—Falling Aircraft.
F.—Forgery.
H.—Hail.
L.H.—Limited Hail,
I.V.—Impact by Vehicles.
L.S.—Live Stock.
S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
W.D.—Water Damage
W.—Windstorm and Weather.  TABLE VII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1952—Continued
G 71
Name of Company
Accident
Personal Accident
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Public Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Employer's Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Combined Accident
and Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Aircraft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Guarantee
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Inland Transportation
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Marine
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Plate Glass
Net
Premiums
..-Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Personal Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Theft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Miscellaneous
(See Foot-note)
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
189. Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd..
190. Philadelphia Fire & Marine Insurance Co...
191. Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd	
192. Phoenix Insurance Co	
193. Planet Assurance Co. Ltd	
194. Progressive Insurance Co. of Canada..
195. Protective Association of Canada	
196. Providence Washington Insurance Co...
197. Provident Assurance Co.	
198. Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd	
199. Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd ___
200. Prudential Insurance Co. of America-
201. Quebec Fire Assurance Co	
202. Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd	
203. Railway Passengers Assurance Co	
204. Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada	
205. Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-.
206. Reliance Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
207. Royal Exchange Assurance	
208. Royal Insurance Co. Ltd..
209. Ruby General Insurance Co. Ltd	
210. St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co..
211. Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Co	
212. Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation_
213. Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd.	
214. Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd.-
215. Scottish Union & National Insurance Co—
216. Sea Insurance Co. Ltd	
217. Security Insurance Co. of New Haven.
218. Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co...
Standard Insurance Co. of New York-
Standard Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.—
221. State Assurance Co. Ltd	
2??. Sun Insurance Office Ltd ._
219.
220.
223. Svea-Norman Insurance Co. Ltd.	
224. Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd..
225. Toronto General Insurance Co	
226. Traders General Insurance Co.	
227. Transcontinental Insurance Co.	
228. Transport & General Insurance Co. Ltd..
229. Travelers Fire Insurance Co	
230. Travelers Indemnity Co	
231. Travelers Insurance Co	
232. Union Assurance Society Ltd	
233. Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd.	
234. Union Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd.
235. United National Indemnity Co	
236. United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
237. United States Fire Insurance Co—
238. Utah Home Fire Insurance Co	
239. Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co.-.
240. Wellington Fire Insurance Co. 1_
241. Westchester Fire Insurance Co	
242. Western Assurance Co :	
243. Western Union Insurance Co.	
244. World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd..
245. World Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
246. World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
247. Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd . __.
248. Zurich General Accident & Liability Ins. Co. Ltd..
Totals	
Totals for 1951	
739
302
1,285
141
314
1,096
92
18,126
34
317
67
2
3,226
1,482
142,530
580
8,288
484
305
2,503
24
1,279
1,203
$619,168
$2,964,890
-153
—50
25
—7
78
-52
-475
4,385
97
35
578
95
115,388
468
1,214
1,573
22
509
3,558
457
$256,142
$1,673,816
27,309
3,602
234
19,511
170
933
90
23,341
19,460
104
4,500
372
96
676
152
55,603
456
1,368
2,312
2,346
55,116
2,125
5
16,015
170
1,047
^,875
414
—175
2,068
15,116
$1,175,319
9,037
■1,366
42
55,530
—41
344
968
6,827
10,678
531
13
3,452
728
1,525
128
31,860
787
5
10,189
1,166
1,142
-18
—83
-119
$457,260
$990,844 |  $399,900
71
13
-214
484
—3
3,052
95
119
93
1,212
72
131
10
3,676
63
81
127
5
346
705
12,674
1,137
-34
77
11
-9
50
75
22,179
1,280
19,921
17,195
208
15,130
507.573
368,356
763
187,417
59
106,930
$67,128 |  $35,469 | $2,819,383 | $1,795,331
$67,255 |  $35,805
f1)
f1)
264
21
213
7,164
36
622
243
25,706
209
2,635
15
1,955
346
$338,089
$273,618
236
—151
125
2,026
295
7,573
75
762
548
1,267
8,213
2,575
$99,679
$73,319
10,808
8,213
6,160
6,160
10,204
3,449
12,598
2,772
1,627
1,920
535
3,638
L920
1,440
1,208
-933
4,063
921
650
1,592
$342,068   $109,807
$340,243 I $482,139
11,846
240
42
50
198
17
4,376
3,257
2,169
10
33,523
350
100
2,267
881
30
53,784
875
116
5
431
—1,620
1,900
316
—2,799
I
$465,296
$58,955
$451,993 I  $104,605
1,349
1,713
9,879
941
1,135
711
1,851
4,318
696
3,541
571
482
1,839
-5,044
11,245
23
3,686
~902
2,969
857
580
12
3
73
284
375
8,863
183
713
22,406
40
-10
1,427
3,140
25
^106
2,774
$1,012,624
12,052
701
3,578
267
336
2,615
4,146
1,440
241
731
409
-7,072
50,357
83
25
53
361
81
— 112
2,117
88
301
3,696
129
601
1,323
6,317
$564,067
$1,023328 |  $701,590
15,600
10,894
1,697
69,960
28
127,900
4,337
7,793
6,490
20,178
3,634
11,686
6,290
3,564
69,482
543
11,198
411,373
26,325
9,738
45,335
19,478
42,852
69,485
5,939
$3,326,157
$3,603,164
5,501
10,752
11,172
46,335
104,967
5,085
5,532
5,060
18,703
3,584
7,811
2,022
23,941
63,521
2
5,416
343,292
22,593
6,546
23,855
13,347
29,364
64,109
-2,210
$2,311,305
$2,057,396
712
2,110
165
763
291
63
2,177
1,217
294
67
735
26
1,568
483
211
701
4,747
607
-6
1,185
1,621
886
370
11
254
1,874
$162,290
$156,078
694
828
35
755
220
15
1,426
78
1>49
152
7
873
187
151
2,304
124
193
946
681
440
299
99
247
1,651
$89,065
$106,679
15,887
85
25,194
46,812
17
2,511
48,522
3,003
23,794
82,007
3,794
16,763
210
5,322
11,471
28,830
—693
327,845
13,595
1,508
2,086
13,456
6,064
12,686
7,977
13,467
10,027
1,834
2,706
13,594
6,429
15,063
7,237
129,680
3,149
6,647
47,753
3,276
13,298
29,253
101
2,042
894
11,361
$3,217,216
$3,032,193
•1,962
8,263
17,381
98
244
17,760
2,145
9,455
21,920
266
7,972
850
2,252
5,395
12,547
20,727
211,795
1,819
523
624
3,865
5,277
2,853
3,834
4,160
1,549
927
22
5,172
T.494
8,610
1,969
35,521
1,033
3,099
18,247
2,808
6,200
13,640
183
2,513
498
2,466
588
—360
264
175
2,867
1,183
767
90
7,689
2,746
4,585
11
3,036
—45
18
38
569
421
11
710
182
3,023
78
82
$1,267,893
$186,605
$110,792
$2,161,258
$263,100
$78,382
6,649
3,815
389
26
2,973
1,386
512
153
2,223
10,588
973
234
743
120
13,316
651
4,200
1,868
6,477
1,299
3,559
1,916
971
3,372
136
127
1,763
5,464
4,(095
729
19
2,136
—1
251
9
894
6,602
59
66
23
2,537
1,122
180
12,806
W5
480
350
238
129
304
867
$438,023
$139,726
$418,266 |  $166,457
fE.
-{Ex.
[W.
IE.
(Ex.
fB.
(F.
fE.
(Ex.
JE.
(Ex.
fE.
-(Ex.
IH.
Ex.
332
72
21
E.
IE.
(Ex.
• 586
1,069
4
E.
11
IE.
(Ex.
70
3
Ex.
23
E.
IE.
(Ex.
538
461
1
2,274
3
2,970
135
1,898
13
164
—5
1,522
1,167
6,530
24
E.
Ex.
E.
98
17
94
fE.
248
395
H.
9,185
•
B.
—23,527
fE.
-(Ex.
[W.
820
—14
29
§§
242
194
fE.
(Ex.
6
1
L.S.
4,564
3,955
85-287
—22
—130
1,000
$750,226
$262,187
$704,910
$265,693
J-189
j
190
191
) 192
I
193
194
195
196
197
198
1199
200
201
202
203
204
I
205
206
207
208
I
209
)210
211
212
213
214
215
f
216
217
1
}-218
J
219
220
221
222
223
224
(225
I
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
J-237
238
239
240
241
(242
I
243
244
245
J
246
247
248
B.—Boiler and Machinery. C.—Credit,
i Figures included in personal accident totals.
E.—Earthquake.
Ex.—Explosion.
F.A.—Falling Aircraft.
F.—Forgery.
H.—Hail.
L.H.—Limited Hail.
I.V.—Impact by Vehicles.
L.S.—Livestock.
S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
W.D.—Water Damage
W.—Windstorm and Weather.  REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1952
G 73
TABLE VIII.—OTHER INSURANCE (TABLE VII) SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Class of Insurance
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
Accident—
Personal accident, P 	
L _ _.	
Public liability, P	
L	
Employer's liability, P 	
L 	
Combined accident and sickness, P.
L.
Sickness, P  	
L 	
Aircraft, P 	
L 	
Guarantee, P 	
L... _	
Inland transportation, P	
L      	
Marine, P   	
L  	
Plate glass, P.._ _ 	
„    L _ 	
Personal property, P	
„       L	
Property damage, P. 	
L _	
Real property, P 	
L	
Theft, P	
„     L  	
Other forms, P 	
„     L 	
Total, P	
„     L	
$2,218,000
1,214,000
699,000
322,000
C1)
O)
(2)
(2)
228,000
110,000
262,000
32,000
657,000
196,000
3,026,000
1,506,000
O)
(')
2,306,000
1,447,000
194,000
293,000
331,000
125,000
557,000
380,000
$2,204,000
1,261,000
807,000
360,000
C1)
(l)
(2)
(2)
209,000
79,000
336,000
37,000
790,000
229,000
2,623,000
2,014,000
C1)
2,302,000
1,140,000
173,000
-80,000
358,000
102,000
675,000
369,000
$2,459,000
1,289,000
828,000
317,000
O)
(*)
(2)
(2)
282,000
79,000
352,000
39,000
759,000
399,000
3,033,000
1,760,000
(l)
(*)
2,498,000
1,094,000
296,000
10,000
399,000
182,000
1,026,000
489,000
$2,965,000
1,674,000
991,000
400,000
C1)
O)
(s)
(2)
274,000
73,000
452,000
105,000
1,023,000
702,000
3,603,000
2,057,000
C1)
C1)
3,032,000
2,161,000
263,000
78,000
418,000
166,000
1,268,000
891,000
$619,000
256,000
1,175,000
457,000
67,000
35,000
2,819,000
1,795,000
338,000
100,000
342,000
110,000
465,000
59,000
1,013,000
564,000
3,326,000
2,311,000
162,000
89,000
3,217,000
1,268,000
187,000
111,000
438,000
140,000
750,000
262,000
$10,478,000
5,625,000
$10,477,000
5,511,000
$11,932,000
5,658,000
$14,289,000
8,307,000
| $14,918,000
7,557,000
i Figures included in " other forms."
2 Figures included in " personal accident."
VICTORIA, B.C.
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1953
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