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Forty-seventh Annual Report of the SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE 1958 (Business Transacted in 1957) British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1959

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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Forty-seventh Annual Report
of the
SUPERINTENDENT OF
INSURANCE
1958
(Business Transacted in 1957)
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1958  To His Honour Frank Mackenzie Ross, C.M.G., M.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Forty-seventh Annual Report of
the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31st, 1957.
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 1958.
ROBERT W. BONNER,
A ttorney-General.  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Pagb
Report of Superintendent of Insurance     7
List as at June 30th, 1958—
Insurers Licensed  9
Fraternal Benefit Societies Licensed under the " Insurance Act"  37
Names of Insurers Licensed since December 31st, 1957  38
Fraternal Benefit Societies Which Have Been Licensed since December 31st,
1957  38
Names of Insurers Which Have Ceased Business since December 31st, 1957  38
Underwriters' Agencies Licensed  38
Reciprocal Exchanges Granted Permits  38
Societies (Incorporated under the " Societies Act ") Licensed under the " Insurance Act"  38
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
B.C.F.G. Mutual Hail Insurance Company  39
British Columbia Insurance Company  40
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Company  41
British Pacific Insurance Company  42
Canadian Western Insurance Company  43
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Company  44
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  45
North West Mutual Life Assurance Company    46
Pacific Automobile and Fire Insurance Company  47
Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Insurance Company  48
Roberts Mutual Fire Insurance Company  49
Royal General Insurance Company of Canada  50
Tables
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1957  53
II. Summary, 1953-57  53
Fraternal Societies—
III. Business of 1957  55
Fire Insurance—
IV. Business of 1957  56
V. Summary, 1953-57  60
Automobile Insurance—
VI. Business of 1957  61
VII. Summary, 1953-57  64
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
VIII. Business of 1957  65
IX. Summary, 1953-57  75  Report of the Superintendent of Insurance
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 1958.
The Honourable Robert W. Bonner, Q.C.,
A ttorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Pursuant to the " Insurance Act," I beg to submit the Forty-seventh Annual
Report of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31st, 1957.
At that date 361 insurers were licensed under the Act to transact business. The
following summary indicates the origin of the insurers, how many hold only Provincial
licences, and how many had Federal registry in addition to a Provincial licence:—
Where Incorporated
Provincial
Licence
Federal
Registry
Total
12
9
5
1
1
1
13
91
78
2
2
2
2
3
2
1
2
1
1
5
127
12
22
91
83
2
2
2
Holland                                                                             	
2
4
2
Italy                                 	
1
2
1
1
6
United States 	
128
Totals
29
332
361
The comparative figures are for 1956, 358, and 1955, 360.
Sixteen new insurers were licensed during the year. These are as follows: Albion
Insurance Company of Canada; Cambrian Insurance Company, Limited; Canadian
National Insurance Company; Canadian Provincial Insurance Company; Credit Life
Insurance Company; Global Life Insurance Company; Global Reinsurance Company;
Great Lakes Reinsurance Company; Holland Life Insurance Society, Limited; Old
Republic Insurance Company; Old Republic Life Insurance Company; Regal Insurance
Company, Limited; Skandinavia Insurance Company, Limited; Stanstead & Sherbrooke
Insurance Company; Union Mutual Life Insurance Company; and Union Reinsurance
Company.
Thirteen insurers ceased to transact business in the Province during the year, and
these were: Bee Fire, Accident and General Insurance Company; Belgamar Marine
Insurance Company, Limited; British & Overseas Insurance Company, Limited; First
National Insurance Company; Mill Owners Mutual Insurance Company; National Fire
Insurance Company of Hartford; Ohio Farmers Indemnity Company; Ohio Farmers
Insurance Company; Security Insurance Company of New Haven; Standard Insurance
Company, Limited; Transcontinental Insurance Company; Union Fire, Accident &
General Insurance Company; and Utah Home Fire Insurance Company.
The name of the Pacific Fire Insurance Company was changed to Pacific Insurance
Company of New York.
A complete list of insurers will be found on pages 9 to 38. A similar list, made up
to December 31st, 1957, was printed for circulation and published in The British Colum- B 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
bia Gazette. For the purposes of convenience the present list is made up to June 30th,
1958, so that it includes insurers licensed since December 31st, 1957, and shows the
classes of insurance for which all insurers are now licensed.
On analysis the list shows that 56 companies (exclusive of fraternal societies) were
licensed for life insurance, 254 for fire insurance, 233 for automobile insurance, and 108
for marine insurance. These figures cover only the major classes of insurance, and it
should be understood that the same company may be licensed, for example, for fire,
automobile, and marine insurance.
The annual statements of the companies holding Provincial licences only are set
forth at length on pages 39 to 51.
There were three underwriters' agencies licensed under the Act, and the list appears
on page 38.
The taxes collected on unlicensed insurance amounted to $4,704.35.
The number of insurance agents' and salesmen's licences issued for the year 1957 is
given below, together with a comparative table for the previous four years:—
Licences Issued to—
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
Life insurance agents 	
1,904
1,570
929
57
130
1,722
1,571
1,006
52
98
1,644
1,617
903
48
70
1,611
1,576
908
49
71
1,599
1,531
994
53
82
Totals                                ....           	
4,590
4,449
4,282
4,215
4,219
The number of real-estate agents' and salesmen's licences issued under the " Real-
estate Agents' Licensing Act" for the year 1957/58 in comparison with the previous
four years is as follows:—
Licences Issued to—
1957/58
1956/57
1955/56
1954/55
1953/54
1,032
3,476
1,009
3,035
990
2,932
997
2,593
985
2,413
Totals   -	
4,508
4,044
3,922
3,590
3,398
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
C. D. CRAIG,
Superintendent of Insurance. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957
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U U Hi E I*, REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1957 B 39
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees
B.CF.G. MUTUAL HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
Directors
E. M. Tait. J. Luthy. C. M. Nettleton.
C. W. Husband. J. B. M. Clarke. D. P. Fraser.
E. A. Titchmarsh.
E. A. Titchmarsh, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
Assets
Bonds (book value)   $43,391.75
Cash on hand and in banks  21,229.19
Interest due and accrued  324.16
Premiums uncollected prior to October 1st, 1957  1,236.75
Office furniture and equipment  1,886.01
Automobile   1,013.38
Accounts receivable   926.67
Stocks (book value)   50.00
Sundries   700.00
$70,757.91
Deduct assets not admitted—
Office furniture and equipment  $1,886.01
Automobile   1,013.38
Premiums uncollected prior to October 1st, 1957   1,236.75
Investments—Stocks unauthorized   50.00
Stationery     700.00
4,886.14
$65,871.77
Liabilities
Expenses due and accrued  $150.00
Guarantee stock—
Authorized      $50,000.00
Subscribed        18,420.00
Paid up      $ 18,420.00
Reserve Fund        47,301.77
Surplus   f.       65,721.77
$65,871.77
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)   $ 144,929.08
Claims incurred (net)      $57,084.27
Adjustment expenses          2,880.14
Commissions         9,597.59
Taxes   302.50
Salaries, fees, travelling expenses         14,007.02
All other expenses          1,587.25
       85,458.77
Underwriting profit      $59,470.31
Other revenue—Interest earned   783.33
Net profit        $60,253.64
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection. B 40 BRITISH COLUMBIA
BRITISH COLUMBIA INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
F. A. Griffiths. W. H. Molyneux. A. S. Llewelyn.
C. G. Hobson. K. B. Mossop. J. D. Christie.
C. G. Hobson, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value)   $115,235.10
Cash on hand and in banks  10,926.55
Accrued interest   3,312.75
Reinsurance balances (affiliated companies)   66,200.94
Loans receivable (affiliated company)   80,000.00
Income tax—Refund overpayment  188.73
$275,864.07
Deduct assets not admitted—Deficiency of market under book value of bonds         1,618.48
Total admitted assets     $274,245.59
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims         $15,912.41
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent)        41,782.62
Expenses due and accrued    450.00
Taxes due and accrued          6,359.01
Capital stock-
Authorized—
Preferred   $100,000.00
Common      400,000.00
Subscribed      221,945.00
Paid up   $ 111,177.50
Surplus        98,564.05
     209,741.55
$274,245.59
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)   $104,683.68
Claims incurred (net)      $43,640.48
Commissions        42,078.28
Taxes        13,041.51
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses  450.00
All other expenses   39.75
       99,250.02
Underwriting profit          $5,433.66
Other revenue     $ 10,426.79
Other expenditure—
Australian Federal taxes          $3,271.13
Income and excess-profits taxes   931.29
4,202.42
6,224.37
Net profit      $ 11,658.03
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1957 B 41
BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
H. J. Lafreniere. E. E. Lafreniere. G. E. Lafreniere.
P. W. Bray. W. T. Bray.
H. J. Lafreniere, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
Assets
Mortgage loans on real estate  $20,000.00
Bond and debentures (book value)  15,765.72
Cash on hand and in banks  18,876.29
Interest accrued  200.05
Agents' balances   7,921.02
$62,763.08
Liabilities
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)    $39,961.77
Taxes due and accrued  787.12
All other liabilities . 4,809.70
Capital stock—
Authorized  $25,000.00
Subscribed and paid up  10,000.00
Surplus    --  7,204.49
$62,763.08
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)     $38,057.50
Claims incurred (net)     $27,242.82
Commissions        10,742.3 6
Taxes          1,047.12
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses          5,644.38
Other expenses          1,795.45
       46,472.13
Underwriting loss        $8,414.63
Other revenue—Interest earned       $2,138.21
Loss on sale of securities         2,520.70
  382.49
Net loss        $8,797.12
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection. B 42
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BRITISH PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Harold J. Bailey.
Brenton S. Brown.
Ronald L. Cliff.
Directors
George T. Cunningham.
Thomas S. Dixon.
John A. McMahon.
L. St.M. Du Moulin.
Harry J. Seed, President.
George R. Parsons.
Harry J. Seed.
Wm. E. Lebby.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value).
Cash on hand and in banks	
Accrued interest	
Agents' balances	
All other assets	
Deduct assets not admitted.
Total admitted assets..
.    $916,486.31
2,000.00
10,438.16
24,546.25
67,256.49
$1,020,727.21
65,104.25
$955,622.96
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims..
Adjustment expenses
Reserve for unearned premiums..
Taxes due and accrued	
Return premiums
Expenses due and accrued-
Other liabilities	
Capital stock—
Authorized 	
Subscribed 	
Paid up 	
$1,000,000.00
274,150.00
Deficit in Profit and Loss Account..
$264,685.00
32,221.59
Premiums earned (net)_
Claims incurred (net)...
Commissions 	
Taxes 	
Profit and Loss Account
$269,829.00
10,000.00
282,744.22
52,728.89
17,172.31
11,470.15
14,771.80
296,906.59
$955,622.96
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses..
Other expenses 	
$1,069,814.76
348,811.45
48,381.40
328,218.44
309,920.13
$2,157,574.76
Underwriting profit
Other revenue—
Interest earned 	
Miscellaneous 	
$28,485.67
1,919.60
Other expenditure—Income and excess-profits taxes..
$30,405.27
17,500.00
Net profit
2,105,146.18
$52,428.58
12,905.27
$65,333.85
.
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957
B 43
CANADIAN WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
F. A. Sherrin.
W. J. Borrie.
A. B. Graham.
K. G. McCandless.
Directors
Jack Diamond.
Richard Nelson.
William Murphy.
R. O. Campney.
R. Vernon Kirkby, President.
Trevor Daniels.
R. Vernon Kirkby.
Merrill D. Muttart.
Gordon Farrell.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value).
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest accrued 	
Agents' balances	
Incorporation expense 	
Deduct assets not admitted—Incorporation expense
Liabilities
Provisions for unpaid claims..
Adjustment expenses.
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, 80 per cent).
Taxes due and accrued	
Reinsurance premiums 	
Accounts payable	
Sundries	
. $547,985.75
312,570.42
6,736.01
336,973.03
3,569.07
$1,207,834.28
3,569.07
$1,204,265.21
$161,578.00
17,794.00
272,887.07
21,656.88
300,975.49
38,984.43
3,533.54
$817,409.41
Capital stock—
Authorized
Subscribed
Paid up 	
Deficit	
$2,500,000.00
500,000.00
$500,000.00
113,144.20
386,855.80
$1,204,265.21
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net) 	
Claims incurred (net) 	
Adjustment expenses (net)
Commissions  	
Taxes 	
$467,509.25
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
Underwriting loss	
Other revenue—Interest earned
$330,114.85
32,533.16
49,534.34
27,192.55
124,248.55
Other expenditure—Sundries
Net loss
$19,136.13
2,102.42
563,623.45
$96,114.20
17,033.71
$79,080.49
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 56, 61, and 65.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection. B 44 BRITISH COLUMBIA
FRUIT GROWERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
Directors
E. M. Tait. J. Luthy. C. M. Nettleton.
C. W. Husband. J. B. M. Clarke. D. P. Fraser.
E. A. Titchmarsh.
E. A. Titchmarsh, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
A ssets
Bonds and debentures (book value)   $125,111.25
Stocks (book value)   25.00
Cash on hand and in banks    13,568.58
Accrued interest and rents due  533.02
Premiums uncollected   18,446.15
Amount due from reinsurance companies—Losses paid  5,099.81
All other assets    12,900.81
$175,684.62
Deduct assets not admitted-—Sundries          15,720.59
$159,964.03
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims   $4,075.75
Taxes due and accrued  35.25
Adjustment expenses  253.50
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)   29,382.98
Expenses due and accrued  1,038.08
Borrowed money   26,522.60
Reinsurance premiums   15,442.97
Return premiums   1,310.21
All other liabilities  5,267.93
$83,329.27
Guaranteed stock—
Authorized  $500,000.00
Subscribed       114,700.00
Paid up   $ 114,700.00
Deficit in Profit and Loss Account       38,065.24
       76,634.76
$159,964.03
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)     $48,941.98
Claims incurred (net)   $19,492.43
Adjustment expenses (net)   991.33
Taxes   416.17
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses 1 24,853.70
All other expenses   16,401.77
$62,155.40
Commissions  (Credit)        9,618.93
52,536.47
Underwriting loss       $3,594.49
Other revenue      $5,328.46
Other expenditure          2,250.46
3,078.00
Net loss  -        $516.49
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 57, 62, and 67.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957
B 45
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
E. E. Townsley.
L. T. Beharrell.
H. E. Burr.
J. T. Oliver.
Directors
W. J. Park
H. Bose.
L. Gilmore.
R. Appleby.
L. T. Beharrell, President.
H. S. Berry.
W. MacNair.
C. E. Newby.
R. U. Hurford.
Statement for the Year Ended December 3 1st, 1957
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 losses already paid	
All other assets  	
Deduct assets not admitted—Sundries
Provision for unpaid claims
Liabilities
$159,888.41
25.00
1,493.96
4,027.17
10,243.10
8,673.18
$184,350.82
8,737.06
$175,613.76
$2,500.00
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent)       43,212.07
Expenses due and accrued
Borrowed money
Return premiums and balance due agents
Reinsurance premiums 	
Statutory reserve fund
All other liabilities due to other insurers
Surplus 	
640.81
31,406.94
1,782.29
10,684.75
20,500.00
1,581.74
63,305.16
$175,613.76
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)
Claims incurred (net) .
Adjustment expenses __
Commissions  	
Taxes 	
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses	
Underwriting loss
Other revenue	
$44,761.14
$31,047.95
541.83
7,447.06
299.46
18,764.25
9,950.04
Net loss
68,050.59
$23,289.45
7,623.99
$15,665.46
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 58.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection. B 46
BRITISH COLUMBIA
NORTH WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
C. W. Goodrich.
J. M. McNab.
S. Parker.
Directors
G. Biddle.
G. L. D. Creighton.
J. S. Marshall.
C. W. Goodrich, President.
S. Garvin.
F. D. Pratt.
A. W. Goodrich.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
Assets
Bonds owned by the Company
Stocks owned by the Company
Mortgage loans on real estate
Real estate owned by the Company, less encumbrance
Policy loans 	
Cash on hand and in banks	
Investment income, due and accrued
Outstanding life assurance premiums
Total assets 	
$269,415.75
28,462.50
63,825.26
12,872.09
9,670.72
15,599.13
3,490.02
334.41
$403,669.88
Liabilities—Capital and Surplus
Actuarial reserves for assurance and annuity contracts in force	
Outstanding claims under contracts	
Amounts on deposit with Company	
Premiums received in advance	
Taxes, licences, and fees, due and accrued	
General and investment expenses, due and accrued
Investment income received in advance	
Investment reserve	
Capital stock subscription held in escrow
Capital stock paid
Surplus Shareholders Fund	
Assurance and Annuity Funds
Income
Premiums and annuity consideration .	
Investment income (net) 	
Assessments (special group) 	
Miscellaneous revenue	
Disbursements
$351,652.15
17,500.00
22.29
120.06
2,201.71
366.66
327.85
946.80
1,600.00
$374,737.52
21,283.29
— 6,306.16
13,955.23
$403,669.88
$91,896.63
16,287.81
25,268.63
4.00
$133,457.07
Claims incurred under assurance contracts
Normal increase in actuarial reserve	
Taxes, licences, and fees
Commissions on assurance premiums
General expenses 	
$99,670.91
19,527.39
2,610.57
-17.71
17,934.35
Excess of disbursements over income
139,725.51
-$6,268.44
.
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 53.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957 B 47
PACIFIC AUTOMOBILE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
A. H. Ray. I. B. Quinn. R. D. J. Guy.
K. G. McCandless. R. V. Kirkby.
A. H. Ray, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
Assets
Bonds and debntures (book value)  $138,679.00
Cash on hand and in banks  53,615.33
Interest accrued  1,211.12
Agents' balances  33,415.33
Amount due from reinsurance on losses paid  4,915.61
Incorporation expense   2,602.08
$234,438.57
Deduct assets not admitted—Incorporation expense         2,602.08
$231,836.49
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims         $1,128.75
Adjustment expenses  100.00
Reserve for unearned premiums             6,456.77
Expenses due and accrued         2,000.00
Taxes due and accrued         4,083.41
Reserve and unpaid losses unlicensed reinsurance unsecured         4,970.31
Return premiums and balances due agents       33,322.81
Reinsurance premiums        8,156.00
Capital stock—
Authorized     $300,000.00
Subscribed        150,000.00
Paid up  $150,000.00
Surplus in Profit and Loss Account        21,618.44
     171,618.44
$231,836.49
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)         $33,442.50
Claims incurred (net)           $27,585.61
Adjustment expenses (net)             2,221.58
Commissions (credit)     —17,261.16
Taxes     .__          2,684.20
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses         1,690.75
Other expenses              5,943.93
       22,864.91
Underwriting profit       $10,577.59
Other revenue—Interest earned          $4,073.15
Other expenditure—Income and excess-profits tax        3,500.00
  573.15
Net profit      ._..     $11,150.74
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 63.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection. B 48
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PACIFIC COAST FISHERMEN'S MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
M. Berg.
L. Wilman.
H. Tobiason.
G. Dick.
H. Haugen.
A. Peterson.
Directors
F. York.
M. Nielson.
W. Emerson.
E. Wick.
H. Lloyd.
F. W. Petersen, President.
F. W. Petersen.
J. Person.
J. Daly.
H. Soderholm.
O. Bjorge.
W. K. Mead-Miller.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
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).
All other assets	
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances prior to October 31st, 1957
Deferred charges 	
Investments 	
$5,850.00
147,759.76
990.00
15,086.89
21,361.53
2,320.40
35,183.93
9,368.80
$237,921.31
Miscellaneous
$7,279.43
2,018.62
13,490.00
7,350.18
30,138.23
$207,783.08
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims  $ 15,500.00
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)  77,410.37
Reinsurance premiums   6,523.27
Return premiums   1,712.02
Sundry accounts payable  388.96
Reserve for lay-up periods  22,000.00
Stock guaranteed—
Authorized 	
Subscribed 	
Paid up	
Reserve fund	
Surplus 	
$123,534.62
$25,000.00
14,080.00
14,080.00
35,613.63
34,554.83
$207,783.08
Premiums earned (net)	
Claims incurred (net)	
Adjustment expenses (net).
Taxes 	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses..
All other expenses	
$148,268.56
$62,037.45
1,559.30
351.00
19,921.90
16,876.15
100,745.80
Underwriting profit      $47,522.76 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1957 B 49
Brought forward     $47,522.76
Other revenue—Interest earned       $6,736.91
Other expenditure—Loss on sale of securities  108.50
6,628.41
Net profit      $54,151.17
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 71.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection.
ROBERTS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Abbotsford, B.C.
Directors
F. R. Klassen. J. J. Warkentin. R. R. Klassen.
I. J. Friesen. H. D. Epp. C. A. Thiessen.
H. K. Peters.
J. J. Klassen, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
Assets
Amortized book value of bonds and debentures  $5,000.00
Cash on hand and in banks  5,066.87
Accrued interest   57.07
Agents' balances    _•_._. 2,259.99
Incorporation expense  544.09
Prepaid expense  .  1,910.72
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances prior to October 1st, 1957  $585.40
Incorporation expense   544.09
Prepaid expense   1,910.72
$14,838.74
3,040.21
$11,798.53
Liabilities
Reserve for unearned premium (net, at 80 per cent)   $5,095.25
Expenses due and accrued  516.54
Return premiums   243.32
Taxes due and accrued   15.26
Reinsurance premiums  279.04
Guarantee stock—
Authorized  $100,000.00
Subscribed         2,400.00
Paid up   $285.00
Reserve fund         4,000.00
Surplus           1,364.12
$6,149.41
5,649.12
$11,798.53 B 50
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Premiums earned (net)
Claims incurred (net) _
Commissions 	
Taxes 	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses 	
Underwriting profit
Other revenue—
Interest earned 	
Entrance fees 	
$302.32
27.00
Other expenditure—Bad debts written off
Net profit
51,878.93
1,148.56
35.26
936.68
136.46
$329.32
4.70
$4,273.41
4,135.89
$137.52
324.62
$462.14
Returns for British Columbia
(Seepage 58.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection.
ROYAL GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Albert R. Jube.
R. T. Cunningham.
W. J. Christensen.
R. Owen Westgate.
Directors
T. S. Dixon.
Wm. F. Foster.
Brenton S. Brown.
Wm. B. Rearden, President.
F. O. Hodgson.
Wm. B. Rearden.
H. D. Vore.
N. H. Wentworth.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
Assets
Bonds and debentures (amortized 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 	
$413,074.15
39,649.92
3,071.77
40,939.70
10,862.65
$507,598.19
$125.00
2,596.50
40,939.70
$1,000,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
363,936.99
$507,598.19 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses 	
Underwriting loss
Other revenue—Interest earned      $13,022.96
Other expenditure—
Income and excess profits taxes —  $4,661.80
Investment expenses         128.96
Decrease in amortized value of investments         372.00
         5,162.76
Net profit
B 51
$2,322.26
260.04
$2,582.30
7,860.20
$5,277.90
Note.—The entire business of this insurer is reinsured.
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to final inspection.  TABLE I.—ABSTRACT OF LIFE INSURANCE RETURNS FOR 1957
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
B 53
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,
1957
New
Issued
In Force,
Dec. 31,
1957
Aetna Life Insurance Co.
Beacon Insurance Co. Ltd.-
Canada Life Assurance Co.
Canadian Premier Life Insurance Co.
f Ordinary....
\ Group	
—Ordinary	
| Ordinary	
I Group -_.
j Ordinary	
I Group	
Commercial Life Assurance Co. of Canada } Ordinary	
I Group	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd Ordinary.—
Confederation Life Association J Ordinary	
/ Group	
Continental Assurance Co } Ordinary....
} Group	
Continental Life Insurance Co } Ordinary	
/ Group	
Co-operative Life Insurance Co j Ordinary...
I Group	
— Ordinary—
. f Ordinary....
/ Group	
. I Ordinary	
/ Group	
.} Ordinary	
/ Group	
. f Ordinary....
/ Group	
.} Ordinary	
) Group 	
.} Ordinary	
/ Group	
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United f Ordinary-
States ) Group	
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada f Ordinary..._
/ Group	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co	
Fidelity Life Assurance Co	
Credit 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	
Great-West Life Assurance Co.
 | Ordinary ....
I Group	
 Ordinary	
 { Ordinary	
} Group 	
Holland Life Insurance Society Ltd Ordinary	
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada f Ordinary....
) Group	
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co f Ordinary....
/ Group	
Life Insurance Co. of Alberta Ordinary—
| Ordinary	
London Life Insurance Co -{ Industrial..
j Group	
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co. Ordinary	
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co f Ordinary—
) Group.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
Ministers Life and Casualty Union	
Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Monarch Life Assurance Co.
Montreal Life Insurance Co..
f Ordinary	
-{ Industrial...
( Group	
 Ordinary	
f Ordinary	
/ Group	
— Ordinary	
f Ordinary	
j Group
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada f Ordinary...
) Group	
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York f Ordinary „.
j Group	
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada f Ordinary—
) Group	
New York Life Insurance Co \ Ordinary...
) Group	
North American Life and Casualty Co	
North American Life Assurance Co	
f Ordinary-
North West Life Assurance Co. \ Group.
f Ordinary ....
\ Group	
f Ordinary—
\ Group	
Special Assessment Group
Northern Life Assurance Co .. f Ordinary	
\ Group 	
Norwich Union Life Insurance Society  Ordinary	
Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California f Ordinary—
j Group	
Old Republic Life Insurance Co. \ Ordinary	
Paul Revere Life Insurance Co. f Ordinary	
/ Group	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd ( Ordinary....
j Group	
f Ordinary	
-\ Industrial—
j Group	
. f Ordinary	
\ Group	
 Ordinary	
! f Ordinary	
j 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 [ Ordinary	
j Group	
Travelers Insurance Co f Ordinary	
| Group	
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co Ordinary	
United Benefit Life Insurance Co f Ordinary.—
) Group	
Western Life Assurance Co. Ordinary	
Totals for 1957	
Totals for 1956	
$153,948
429,820
34,577
2,360,940
470,691
44,316
295
68,353
4,649
99
1,904,076
171,323
51,345
54
322,387
6,935
132,026
23,112
Nil
1,590,415
363,104
30,690
665,109
1,320,293
16,019
129,164
129,931
51,290
221,711
629
5,773
34,597
275,756
791,989
11,984
197,344
3,014,030
236,605
4,885
1,296,684
67,719
~~i,796
1,205
3,867,257
735,501
370,413
15,713
2,241,242
23,306
3,543,945
1,611,532
437,163
9,656
505
4,894
1,028,623
306,834
10,955
4,634,384
130,068
315,307
1,548
320,364
19,299
966,870
101,225
160,222
35,291
2,417,418
66,234
85,767
240
51,243
322
170,088
421,423
16,909
Nil
971
86
584,884
2,553
2,263,691
493,191
200,757
154,304
482
230,361
325,027
81,909
4,329,548
1,613,689
308,423
198,370
194
56,760
1,621
38,719
$9,590
171,001
69,913
1,241
315
8,472
75,256
178,550
5,043
31,703
Nil
100,265
607,922
41,849
16,125
14,258
3,709
30,101
5,552
511
6,082
700
5,341
6,418
193,406
829,550
108,090
117,056
68,146
156,953
98,458
235,205
170
204,594
59,587
8,058
63,905
166,321
115,228
655
3,982
90,987
1,298
3,658
139,688
1,072,331
719
582
57
Nil
22,215
45,462
6,764
16,821
121
24,850
194,943
1,104,108
166,921
752,213
2,604
1,553
461
$51,644,969 I $7,467,637
$47,321,655 I $7,107,982
$91,207
334,884
605,673
305,673
15,888
3,393
615,211
181,053
1,411
835
82,281
4,000
10~314
Nil
222,239
323,883
10,308
407,453
396,244
3,000
25,288
18,599
6,500
56,821
13,613
17,700
24,661
5,000
152,188
14,007
13,960
1,047,800
177,499
406,614
41,452
ioo
678,088
98,727
208,825
63
877,073
1,171
789,398
631,047
182,991
500
261,289
60,341
1,239,882
79,277
73,610
39,990
17,198
208,145
32,349
13,063
1,051
678,810
25,615
49,194
42,000
57,858
51,150
137,841
13,127
Nil
34
61,077
2,500
491,879
373,189..
127^32"
36,608
51,893
73,711
34,050
1,291,406
757,766
133,432
116,960
4,218
408
13,275
$34,135
5,250
657,109
58,174
264
13,125
229
613,022
1,284
7,941
80,952
7,752
2,648
Nil
279,095
13,225
3,524
167,726
352,804
15/178
21,879
32,664
70
6,941
6,241
54,168
~20T094
543
57,808
1,052,598
109
465,428
656
1,105,646
233,393
81,397
2,896
584,638
5,045
1,149,867
743,967
109,218
1,547
901
260,678
75,643
27
1,641,507
43,105
36,441
40/770
334,452
11,812
8,715
1 745,369
283
8,477
32,239
20
46,266
36,983
Nil
172,501
970,122
274,595
TU7^6~9~
35,859
70,994
59,560
29,525
1,705,961
513,691
47,735
154
1,625
28,590
$542
13,781
1,200
134,829
17,083
2,280
56,788
3,769
Nil
42,620
62,122
33,689
7,398
465
"2T633
640
8,663
11,657
2,055
600
104,973
84,117
T7.686
28,638
1,628
67,847
653
8,117
117,677
44,106
1,106
18,263
165,021
14,847
5,440
836
8,445
63,860
25,818
840
1,278
Nil
19,790
5,687
"l6~916
37,887
63,654
82,400
180,369
159,884
1,444
$2,263
131,042
20,079
750
1,073
152,497
16,136
5,843
1,690
Nil
87,073
67,428
50,361
6,300
1,795
2,516
3,326
7,543
10,089
1,832
178,639
61,953
~94J055
7,018
45,252
"iil03
21,895
236
22,885
47,139
9,794
14,845
114,797
21,277
1,445
3,554
4,112
180
214,488
203,592
1,380
~~738
~Nil
10,647
4,788
7,006
=iJ649L
34,643
63,887
283,274
216,089
90,229
41
$15,761,063 ($15,573,719 | $1,762,101 | $2,364,266
$13,439,398 $13,157,455 | $1,704,097 | $2,113,498
$6,162,463
42,984,600
2,798,844
91,605,928
35,704,612
4,113,138
2,674,543
763,148
39,788
81,860,360
28,732,124
1,960,815
12,032,582
16,000
4,001,676
2,493,077
Nil
68,610,253
52,772,828
1,528,176
71,984,123
47,196,326
1,590,563
4,840,358
4,528,867
6,920,900
11,104,072
43,000
323,561
5,884,869
12,342,485
28,407,965
1,587,489
7,555,532
133,022,907
33,857,728
37,315
50,383,884
7,224,217
4,800
162,956
187,184,057
20,743,402
59,145,992
434,635
89,371,424
1,246,000
145,013,918
37,028,532
37,974,983
386,521
21,840
316,990
48,531,826
13,219,657
726,445
206,305,406
26,105,412
9,815,190
202,198
14,865,994
3,534,016
33,685,079
10,256,312
7,393,271
4,642,689
98,073,979
7,060,438
1,984,122
149,072
487,000
3,145,705
17,000
5,069,142
41,992,706
1,787,416
Nil
13,860
14,312,053
135,000
74,006,811
11,400,646
22,297,931
8,632,442
206,100
10,163,396
14,352,020
7,539,875
174,790,148
135,063,074
13,207,224
31,802,932
31,917
1,879,964
75,000
1,692,440
$472,497
3,449,600
226,100
18,171,823
9,595,821
3,600,396
783,518
8,990,281
8,721,767
307,029
"3,674,611
1,198,000
1,948,701
77,500
Nil
13,170,547
7,673,300
601,758
295,951
8,959,553
395,000
2,639,802
~388,579
1,248,500
3,117,926
83,500
45,000
3,374,992
5,363,576
13,100
1,715,376
19,460,148
9,215,080
496,237
8,509,256
1,054,787
33,954,713
1,120,500
12,434,163
90,500
20,077,578
23,219
37,491,392
30,096
6,613,034
92,142
1,000
9,030,146
2,995,830
"36,122,786
14,719,442
4,940,445
287,650
4,755,257
2,616,000
11,548,534
2,688,120
1,882,283
2,317,193
15,648,928
2,147,409
15,500
296,638
1^294,664
11,917,377
107,500
Nil
5,000
73,545
8,567,183
149,500
23,566,430
133,503
1,123,921
921,160
2,272,777
931,700
36,132,828
11,550,547
2,545,200
1,601,000
37
710,581
7,000
70,346
$6,122,889
55,626,970
3,015,678
103,045,851
44,077,450
6,699,676
332,740
3,214,033
1,125,842
87,691,765
32,384,448
1,938,224
14,475,552
1,725,000
5,200,847
2,496,841
Nil
76,174,981
64,383,328
2,063,454
95,078,710
52,128,799
2,009,727
6,636,540
4,745,448
7,705,500
12,587,821
100,500
366,811
7,052,671
14,536,283
31,263,547
1,934,507
8,646,877
143,952,083
43,237,044
611,472
55,312,934
7,994,530
4,800
173,120
214,269,119
20,857,312
70,997,038
504,079
102,811,738
1,142,482
169,902,669
34,551,366
48,922,507
455,463
14,611
540,260
53,557,799
14,829,141
856,014
231,124,840
43,141,816
13,606,110
542,809
18,305,278
6,543,975
40,027,862
12,484,492
8,046,844
6,005,289
106,801,093
9,588,171
1,848,926
442,000
3,723,590
16,000
5,965,542
48,876,952
1,794,229
Nil
50,860
75,110
21,033,572
400,600
89,265,835
10,473,61Q_
29,903,618
9,311,727
229,900
10,702,434
15,559,137
8,678,700
198,673,530
157,982,958
13,961,200
37,261,584
27,736
2,265,781
78,000
1,571,492
$2,509,380,074 | $477,776,533 | $2,908,480,093
$2,121,726,968 | $392,628,613 | $2,492,477,647
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
1953  	
$29,879,000
34,123,000
37,708,000
41,308,000
44,668,000
$2,974,000
3,047,000
2,999,000
3,037,000
2,840,000
$2,976,000
6,095,000
7,461,000
10,085,000
11,605,000
$35,829,000
43,265,000
48,167,000
54,430,000
59,113,000
$9,915,000
11,698,000
11,538,000
13,439,000
15,761,000
$12,128,000
13,487,000
14,634,000
16,975,000
19,700,000
$22,043,000
25,185,000
26,172,000
30,414,000
35,461,000
$1,685,714,000
1954...  	
1,856,424,000
1955 	
2,120,033,000
1956  	
1957
2,492,478,000
2,908,480,000  REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957
B 55
TABLE III.—TABLE OF FRATERNAL SOCIETIES-
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
-RETURNS FOR 1957
Premiums (Including Dues)
Disbursements
Name of Society
if
3 r- t-i
c
ts
gc
>>3
^ u
o o
J<xt
W§
QJ   OJ
O a
•a
a
3
n.
ft.
_C
0
O
if
S-- rt
ell
o > B
•a
§
tS
Sc
aj 0J
c2
&T3
w§
OS
•a
5
3
\%
u
0J
o
"rt
O
H
$26,650
2,193
18,578
827
86,248
174,850
43,213
$3,630
11,195
$14,630
8,478
5,988
$934
$42,214
14,301
36,726
827
89,567
385,017
49,162
58,163
116,234
37,891
4,784
45,538
92,855
9,449
20,226
36,392
32,229
$19,838
590
11,965
83
23,738
90,998
25,675
19,609
46,520
21,355
5,319
11,420
$1,895
14,706
$19,838
Associated Canadian Travellers
2,485
Croatian    Fraternal    Union    of
965
26,671
First    Catholic    Slovak    Ladies'
Union 	
83
High Court of the Canadian Order
934
1,353
2,385
578
511
24,316
208,814
5,949
15,935
34,983
17,038
	
91,509
25,675
42,228
78,286
20,853
4,634
30,401
69,934
9,449
1,656
19,609
1,309
2,021
48,541
North West Commercial Travel-
21,355
Reliable Life Insurance Society	
147
19
3
97
5,416
15,137
22,902
11,420
Sons of Scotland Benevolent As-
34,676
6,929
100
34,776
Supreme  Council  of  the  Royal
6,929
United Commercial Travellers of
13,097
5,824
10,395
6,547
1,305
612
163
4,488
$1,760
6,248
25,385
15,451
6,248
15,451
Workers' Benevolent Association
of Canada —   	
20,414
5,105
4,054
195
10,497
Totals for 1957  	
$654,143|$37,136|$375,005
$5,2911$1,071,575
$340,414|$28,450|.-      -
$1,955|$370,819
Totals for 1956	
$575.396l$36.478l$370.804 $5,378
$988,056
$296.820!$26.890
$1,975
$325,685 B 56
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1957
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$164,126
52,194
153,459
155,324
39,344
—952
22,555
37,390
4,793
24,441
88,514
7,617
8,689
111,251
111,993
26,617
24,643
25,313
124,904
3,330
13,623
29,056
37,729
17,092
128,888
43,242
96,999
23,470
69,602
144,057
18,659
16,979
53,438
22,025
13,388
111,963
28,367
23,298
157,085
87,251
15,288
16,080
52,236
253,219
19,747
8,927
107,745
—453
92,969
7,337
82,168
139,656
2,226
37,521
27,326
20,856
58,878
34,105
29,826
122,917
97,833
35,709
11,013
69,641
52,387
141,728
33,262
-899
(2)
$113,598
78,515
142,153
92,663
35,359
7,438
7,008
20,518
3,589
21,840
63,309
6,342
11,853
83,933
120,494
63,801
14,796
48,927
98,009
—3,443
13,724
20,405
14,878
12,759
71,694
25,515
75,976
2,573
40,376
114,968
8,342
6,863
24,639
20,739
11,642
125,305
33,754
20,513
146,055
72,601
14,056
(3)
$105,960
39,638
179,575
113,697
27,299
6,544
2,721
26,028
1,092
13,688
66,197
6,825
10,486
71,077
61,385
22,805
36,280
55,080
60,737
3,938
9,023
18,234
18,931
3,440
312,311
38,039
85,366
2,573
22,509
77,687
6,509
2,019
16,712
12,610
10,961
64,417
13,559
14,226
57,225
39,432
8,545
Per Cent
93.28
50.45
126.30
122.70
77.21
87.98
38.83
126.85
30.43
62.67
104.56
107.62
88.46
84.68
Bankers & Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd       ~-
50.94
35.74
245.20
112.62
61.97
65.75
British Crown Assurance Corporation Ltd  _ 	
89.36
127.24
26.96
435.61
149.08
112.36
100.00
56.00
67.57
78.03
29.42
67.83
60.80
94.15
51.41
40.17
69.69
39.20
54.31
60.79
42,621
116,233
20,613
6,017
94,488
6,627
81,147
5,874
73,987
131,576
927
27,007
34,148
13,046
86,380
41,101
19,322
91,355
81,563
28,864
3,959
52,886
47,045
70,843
20,648
3,473
19,324
88,432
11,891
5,605
29,975
28,519
40,658
2,702
42,756
104,947
266
14,435
20,756
23,246
24,983
14,954
9,354
47,403
28,745
22,420
6,305
49,752
32,729
116,742
67,109
1,511
45.34
76.08
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd     	
57.68
93.15
31.72
430.34
50.10
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada 	
46.01
57.79
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd - -
79.76
28.69
53.45
60.78
178.18
28.92
36.38
48.40
51.89
35.24
77.67
159.26
Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd -   	
94.07
69.56
164.79
325.01
43.51
$3,891,004
$3,109,829
$2,600,899 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957 B 57
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1957—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$3,891,004
7,504
6,271
17,352
29,278
105,018
132,594 ■■
94,465
63,345
61,118
70,713
153,477
40,195
34,734
54,371
7,039
505,682
19,875
7,359
197
31,435
61,627
158,134
2,299
6,270
97,348
858
6.075
237,685
91,372
50,537
115,004
14,066
97,367
42,229
1,052
108,466
30,814
57,268
26,646
1,937
117,824
—5,594
71,077
736
57,029
62,342
—5,828
28,998
15,655
135,119
30,814
2,962
12,121
8,478
54,789
185,023
2,108
19,448
24,336
117,181
11,725
31,095
50,937
729
9,906
25,529
43,606
19,481
Nil
Nil
346,417
26,877
29,810
6,297
9,873
(2)
$3,109,829
5,401
5,517
21,899
36,588
115,896
99,174
134,197
81,207
31,258
36,172
134,868
45,455
32,245
23,584
9,938
438,977
24,335
9,427
28
46,134
59,566
201,999
2,276
3,523
73,086
412
1,652
208,483
89,137
39,272
118,819
10,860
126,284
29,032
2,065
63,628
29,783
46,144
24,176
975
148,542
17,569
53,625
4,373
31,854
48,572
11,968
17,526
13,589
122,392
29,783
1,259
14,839
8,013
44,507
159,280
4,328
18,455
15,149
88,337
11,290
28,890
53,590
657
15,329
11,768
46,545
9,013
JVi7
iVH
360,477
27,409
29,824
7,186
10,260
(3)
$2,600,899
2,887
3,810
17,061
22,240
109,209
110,825
71,585
43,241
31,927
41,922
40,348
54,688
10,400
10,734
1,526
138,511
11,283
-1,140
Per Cent
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co  	
53.45
69.06
77.91
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada 	
60.78
94.23
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co.
111.75
53.34
53.25
102.14
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada _ -  	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co 	
115.90
29.92
120.31
32.25
45.51
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd	
15.36
31.55
46.37
20,493
46,324
124,601
44.42
77.77
61.68
1,164
22,963
-806
—24
213,766
81,468
7,439
71,356
2,996
101,041
20,182
143
23,563
23,162
13,054
15,753
559
61,239
10,993
45,410
51
20,550
77,222
1,835
712
10,469
81,231
23,162
1,786
5,029
5,012
48,017
123,490
1,794
10,880
14,495
51,418
8,687
17,660
152,741
—50
4,524
3,180
24,108
7,850
Nil
Nil
141,152
14,682
13,993
1,705
5,945
33.04
31.42
102.53
91.40
18.94
60.05
27.59
80.00
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd   	
69.59
6.92
37.00
77.77
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada
28.29
65.16
57.33
41.23
62.57
84.68
1.17
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
64.51
158.98
15.30
4.06
77.04
66.37
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co   _
77.77
141.86
33.89
62.55
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. of Canada-
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd   	
London & Midland General Insurance Co    	
London & Provincial Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd...
107.89
77.53
41.45
58.95
95.68
58.21
77.00
61.13
285.01
29.51
Merchants & Manufacturers Insurance Co 	
27.02
Merchants Fire Assurance Corporation of New York	
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
51.79
87.10
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wis..	
Missisquoi & Rouville Insurance Co  	
39.16
53.56
46.92
Monument Insurance Co. Ltd 	
23.73
57.94
$8,106,980
$7,039,499
$5,102,125 B 58 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1951—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward   	
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia	
National-Ben Franklin Insurance Co.... 	
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd..
National Fire & Casualty Insurance Co ._ 	
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford- _,	
National Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd	
New England Insurance Co 	
New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co 	
New India Assurance Co. Ltd 	
New York 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  	
Nordisk Reinsurance Co. Ltd 	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
North Pacific Insurance Co. Ltd 	
North River Insurance Co	
North West Fire Insurance Co 	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co 	
Northwestern National Insurance Co 	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd  	
N.V. The Netherlands Insurance Co  	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co   	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd	
Old Republic Insurance Co   —
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co 	
Pacific Insurance Co. of New York. 	
Palatine Insurance Co. Ltd—  	
Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd.    	
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd   	
Pennsylvania Lumberman's Mutual Insurance Co.—	
Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co  	
Phenix Fire Insurance Co  	
Philadelphia Fire & Marine Insurance Co 	
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd	
Phoenix Insurance Co.... 	
Planet Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Providence Fire Insurance Co »	
Providence Washington Insurance Co 	
Provident Assurance Co	
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd	
Quebec Fire Assurance Co	
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co 	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia	
Roberts Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Royal Exchange Assurance :	
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada {see note)	
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd— - 	
Royal Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Ruby General Insurance Co  	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co 	
St. Paul Mercury Insurance Co	
Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Co	
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation	
Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd 	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd	
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co	
Sea Insurance Co. Ltd   	
Security Insurance Co. of New Haven	
Security Mutual Casualty Co	
Security National Insurance Co	
Skandinavia Insurance Co. Ltd	
South British Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co 	
Standard Insurance Co. of New York	
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co	
State Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Carried forward	
(1)
$8,106,980
44,585
58,847
80,648
15,498
—98,398
9,873
Nil
5,365
519
21,938
83,836
71,594
203,251
2,110,245
49,612
93,088
19,517
40,689
22,338
194,740
344,998
62,076
152,101
3,631
43,736
25,880
Nil
29,687
24,441
126,702
21,391
13,727
155,240
—3,677
54,873
2,861
— 1,908
343,193
63,603
13,323
2,160
166,030
—48,368
51,304
258,445
21,440
111,332
20,655
45,944
2,711
4,375
130,370
325,185
32,448
42,523
61,357
23,958
49,118
11,906
11,324
56,784
81,384
17,095
— 16,723
234
6,320
43,970
33,929
2,813
fVi/
25,307
19,772
(2)
$7,039,499
44,761
36,166
32,992
—47,944
—9,558
10,306
Nil
6,739
— 113
38,879
60,134
57,947
125,139
2,153,944
50,361
94,161
15,687
44,141
8,063
129,669
339,174
42,198
112,719
3,699
36,065
24,640
Nil
26,428
21,826
95,592
22,657
12,964
120,531
3,500
60,841
5,944
— 1,919
285,996
47,001
11,936
4,877
76,610
37,266
31,402
153,919
48,353
98,479
21,796
34,512
2,971
4,248
102,360
297,774
20,197
30,352
72,246
—954
82,440
15,426
8,927
35,346
80,445
14,831
— 1,086
111
4,579
32,969
18,333
61,012
Nil
31,835
16,734
$14,205,745 | $12,601,075
(3)
$5,102,125
31,048
13,237
29,828
3,800
14,136
5,945
Nil
4,395
21
2,363
30,654
58,992
110,537
2,103,669
25,246
49,174
16,529
20,336
8,932
106,089
123,672
18,058
156,990
4,582
21,834
14,929
Nil
4,314
13,687
80,949
15,374
8,115
82,379
877
44,463
2,434
—3,370
220,751
25,690
7,877
1,317
84,403
26,642
21,223
116,537
10,991
79,849
7,749
20,241
10
1,879
110,643
276,501
19,326
14,046
22,692
696
32,561
1,192
4,290
33,820
47,051
11,697
4,959
4,516
22,196
17,059
3,238
Nil
14,361
12,137
$9,604,483
Per Cent
69.36
36.60
90.40
57.68
65.22
6.08
50.97
101.80
88.33
97.67
50.13
52.22
105.37
46.07
110.78
81.82
36.46
42.79
139.28
123.87
60.54
60.59
16.32
62.71
84.68
67.86
62.60
68.35
25.05
73.08
40.95
77.19
54.66
65.99
27.00
110.17
71.49
67.58
75.71
22.73
81.08
35.55
58.64
00.34
44.23
108.09
92.86
95.69
46.02
31.41
39.50
7.73
48.05
95.68
58.49
78.86
98.62
67.32
93.05
5.31
45.11
72.52 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957 B 59
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1957—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$14,205,745
62,249
99,315
35,549
90,352
23,210
—9,027
—24,208
22,652
35,119
— 12,678
212,406
13,645
73,660
2,962
9,948
6,349
20,992
64,854
1,919
162,990
483,327
40,989
5,752
113,668
34,872
(2)
$12,601,075
55,696
94,046
29,897
86,016
27,617
(3)
$9,604,483
37,683
58,714
18,009
40,127
11,093
Per Cent
67.66
62.43
60.24
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd.	
46.66
40.17
-2,931
20,586
38,448
24,109
164,989
11,272
61,129
1,259
12,100
1,978
29,424
90,363
449
126,103
430,634
SI,223
29,738
99,230
48,627
1,502
— 1,456
24,342
15,782
152,729
8,830
57,068
1,786
12,617
106
40,328
40,244
374
123,053
137,764
31,023
11,522
78,774
43,146
63.31
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co   	
65.46
92.57
Union Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
78.34
93.36
United British Insurance Co. Ltd 	
141.86
104.28
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
5.36
137.00
44.54
83.30
97.58
31.99
60.56
38.75
79.39
88.73
19,362
32,448
181,832
65,751
21,793
20,197
179,832
55,995
21,623
19,326
112,137
19,540
99.22
95.69
62.36
34.90
Totals for 1957 _	
$16,076,004
$14,410,894
$10,722,269
74.40
Totals for 1956
$15,041,538
$15,335,259
$11,665,166
76.07
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
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$45,821
5,297
1,854
31,754
2,040
11,481
201,474
5,297
7,643
3,480
27,002
650
(2)
$3,339
1,741
3,601
25,226
802
2,809
193,981
1,740
2,519
3,030
12,752
1,207
(3)
$16,772
65
185
1,793
27
1,195
159,741
65
95
Per Cent
502.31
3.76
5.12
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter-Insurance
7.11
3.39
42.56
82 35
3.76
3.77
911
—13
7.14
Totals for 1957     	
$343,793
$252,747
$180,836
71 55
Totals for 1956	
$257,374
$324,922
$9,267
2 85 B 60
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE V.—FIRE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year
Net Premiums
Written
Net Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Premiums
Earned
1953     	
$16,136,000
16,074,000
15,063,000
15,053,000
16,076,000
$16,400,000
15,396,000
15,279,000
15,344,000
14,411,000
$5,448,000
5,794,000
8,636,000
11,667,000
10,722,000
Per Cent
33.22
1954	
1955   	
1956               -.
37.63
56.53
76.07
1«57
74.40 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957
B 61
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1957
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$60,316
82,259
2,383
58,103
10,276
73,471
2,162,235
12,690
7,993
55,491
1,167
57.553
92,052
16,768
26,225
74,277
144,864
35,903
296,448
— 1,190
34,914
125,486
30,957
68,372
35,903
226,186
130,390
358,739
2,559
44,566
138,676
67,354
12,878
205,594
168,185
38,744
399,020
166,614
35,707
28,861
216,315
260,879
88,697
73,787
8,312
57,553
24,765
160,682
(2)
$56,207
64,036
130
32,311
4,290
50,695
1,953,936
11,525
7,556
53,023
933
57,099
75,988
13,917
25,138
45,285
126,006
34,554
288,090
8,497
30,783
124,931
34,761
64,830
34,378
216,582
99,246
317,822
2,534
29,440
122,480
56,430
21,905
203,633
155,815
36,473
389,910
144,441
31,134
(3)
$37,086
69,484
194
92,827
3,627
30,770
1,393,095
11,475
52,432
42,448
1,227
32,467
59,016
24,619
13,562
17,075
70,369
27,162
245,190
9,643
30,796
87,800
43,647
73,264
27,162
171,132
108,994
335,782
4,765
19,822
79,233
57,147
29,998
166,566
73,199
36,580
246,133
109,756
24,390
Per Cent
65.98
108.51
149.23
176.70
84.55
60.70
71.30
99.57
693.91
80.06
131.51
56.86
77.66
152.73
53.95
37.70
Bankers & Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd.  	
55.84
78.61
85.11
113.49
100.04
70.28
125.56
113.01
79.01
British Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd    .
79.01
109.82
105.65
188.04
67.33
64.69
101.27
136.94
Canadian Fire Insurance Co 	
Canadian General Insurance Co 	
81.80
46.98
100.29
63.10
75.99
78.33
198,706
171,859
81,316
74,024
6,445
61,151
23,721
140,088
76,312
35,856
51,834
31,600
30,784
73,396
184,640
170,543
42,604
265,033
8,809
99,169
381,363
483,966
1,474
302
7,171
15,052
-143,342
148,463
68,758
39,475
11,591
31,454
20,903
109,756
—7
45,590
26,816
45,883
34,754
18,283
10,901
117,607
148,602
29,085
157,899
8,952
59,722
445,493
336,910
500
5,363
12,515
72.14
86.38
84.55
53.32
179.84
51.44
88.12
78.35
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd 	
74,204
41,151
54,789
36,845
31,193
41,818
209,793
199,771
33,780
295,149
8,450
101,459
418,571
563,599
1,484
587
8,230
2,066
59.74
74.79
88.52
110.00
59.39
14.85
63.70
87.13
68.26
59.58
101.62
60.22
116.82
69.61
Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin	
33.92
74.78
83.15
$8,602,918
$7,764,162
$6,038,544 B 62 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1957—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$8,602,918
58,703
134,358
212,246
136,192
(2)
$7,764,162
55,537
132,496
183,620
137,531
(3)
$6,038,544
48,968
88,773
132,337
174,571
Per Cent
88.17
67.00
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co	
72.07
126.93
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York {see note)	
12,676
74,198
5,837
44,831
75,939
60,785
81,597
87,062
243,393
716,696
559,133
49,841
1
207
75,232
114,840
665,965
46,528
22,171
33,377
576
116,823
1,033,170
101,132
228,421
125,059
86,273
100,425
32,267
57,420
177,350
19,840
46,609
13,540
65,799
3,108
38,631
70,720
42,663
74,488
66,614
209,145
767,958
543,501
45,121
30
93
40,531
106,828
698,370
40,160
17,709
30,846
258
121,881
1,087,153
103,817
209,719
117,712
79,650
85,625
31,609
53,414
164,505
16,418
43,686
33
18,440
28,932
Nil
95,194
90,956
—938
38,787
30,244
182,003
53,414
21,730
109,637
298,266
77,044
6,796
142,455
19,158
98,643
44,534
202,017
7,132
7,115
13,990
451,795
265,276
1,337,818
4,621
18,746
162,633
2,593
122,937
14,017
44,438
1,002
44,975
36,071
16,016
50,417
43,102
185,978
704,322
192,677
38,481
— 10,795
103.52
67.54
32.24
116.42
51.01
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co -
37.44
67.68
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.
64.70
88.92
91.71
35.45
85.28
49,640
69,281
438,577
51,239
23,320
23,023
122.41
64.85
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co  __ 	
62.80
127.59
131.68
74.63
79,287
709,986
76,207
129,656
73,223
55,359
75,314
38,450
34,640
120,299
9,039
28,426
25,952
10,909
Nil
25,640
93,061
13,412
22,800
30,776
118,036
34,640
7,463
89,613
159,755
67,227
6,664
165,901
19,728
85,846
21,095
129,801
2,074
5,278
9,974
427,875
82,793
863,333
8,209
5,738
137,505
—2,622
80,203
27,686
— 12,055
6,885
JVi7
65.05
65.31
73.40
61.82
62.21
70.00
88.00
121.60
64.85
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada
73.13
55.06
65.07
13,106
47,455
Nil
102,164
104,742
— 8,733
61,724
34,914
195,654
57,420
10,593
104,189
304,968
94,969
1,073
125,079
20,116
99,060
45,037
212,242
8,052
8,580
23,388
445,753
303,437
1,420,847
5,513
19,156
177,394
23
141,795
140.74
37.70
26.93
102.31
58.78
101.76
64.85
64.85
34.34
London-& Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. of Canada
81.74
53.56
87.26
98.06
London & Provincial Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd.___
116.46
102.98
87.03
47.00
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd. _	
64.25
29.08
74.18
71.29
94.71
31.21
64.53
177.65
30.61
84.54
National Employers' Mutual General Insur. Assn. Ltd	
65.23
27,406
—32,511
8,870
Nil
22,349
775
6,889
Nil
123.88
99.94
$18,423,566    |
$17,246,682
$12,700,055    | r
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1957-
B 63
-Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$18,423,566
2,911
122,383
109,957
595,468
120,362
32,312
92,232
562,246
246
242,679
50,632
230,522
Nil
5,968
20,192
57,552
33,159
84,594
25,471
5,648
226,051
30
272,276
68,193
106,783
4,916
212,833
291,458
166,039
45,413
50,389
161,980
(2)
$17,246,682
1,472
117,309
95,745
505,575
104,802
30,940
94,665
512,950
220
223,504
48,189
239,080
Nil
4,795
37,248
56,784
25,620
51,573
26,484
4,623
202,728
26
255,267
59,619
76,105
89,925
191,653
231,309
159,807
42,481
41,821
160,520
(3)
$12,700,055
596
65,387
99,480
382,284
79,150
24,448
92,485
286,981
-26
205,773
28,311
157,217
Nil
880
32,196
32,467
24,155
19,447
17,534
6,866
251,285
43
167,024
44,250
55,564
71,772
119,368
169,170
123,894
18,356
38,150
120,344
Per Cent
40.48
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd 	
55.73
103.90
Non-Marine Underwriters, Members of Lloyd's,London,Eng.
75.61
75.52
79.02
97.70
55.95
92.07
58.75
65.76
18.35
86.40
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co	
57.18
94.10
37.70
66.21
148.52
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Phenix Fire Insurance Co 	
123.95
165.38
65.43
74.22
73.01
79.81
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd   	
62.28
73.14
77.52
43.21
91.22
74.97
428,065
141,795
189,232
32,595
329,858
21,894
19,133
56,797
88,395
12,675
2,268
3,963
86,424
4,577
402,396
122,937
174,774
16,776
352,188
24,799
15,414
51,430
89,453
8,547
5,661
2,132
127,780
3,717
258,822
80,113
240,253
23,347
257,168
4,863
19,265
65,750
76,170
7,092
—2,994
1,001
134,955
2,401
64.32
65.16
137.46
St. Paul Mercury Insurance Co. of St. Paul. 	
139.17
73.02
19.61
Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd.                 	
124.96
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd 	
127.84
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co.
85.15
82.97
46.95
105.60
Skandinavia Insurance Co. Ltd	
64.60
120
Nil
8,870
2,203
135,626
71,748
100,425
137,606
310,831
— 10,994
4,389
249,534
Nil
30,565
8,061
387,748
60,316
28,626
4,435
Nil
26,225
83,072
Nil
100,773
Nil
48,926
62
Nil
6,889
1,795
114,206
63,063
93,287
127,484
343,421
20,009
4,233
245,725
Nil
31,781
14,861
371,284
56,574
24,717
3,445
Nil
25,138
65,631
Nil
97,368
Nil
40,970
Standard Insurance Co. of New York
Nil
6,885
681
76,328
67,247
75,314
59,890
276,746
12,258
13,566
191,064
Nil
21,041
6,922
293,373
37,086
37,659
3,442
Nil
13,562
128,864
Nil
69,131
iVH
79,357
State Assurance Co. Ltd	
99.94
Storebrand Insurance Co. Ltd	
37.94
Sun Insurance Office Ltd..          	
66.83
Svea-Nornan Insurance Co. Ltd	
106.63
80.72
Toronto General Insurance Co	
46.98
80.59
320.48
Travelers Indemnity Co   	
77.76
66.21
Union Fire, Accident & General Insurance Co.	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd	
46.58
79.02
Union Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd  	
65.55
152.36
United British Insurance Co. Ltd 	
99.91
United Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd..	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
53.95
196.35
71.00
193.69
$25,631,237
$24,089,468
$18,073,488
.... B 64 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VI—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1957—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward 	
(1)
$25,631,237
1,495,237
82,184
—43,533
253,868
356,446
(2)
$24,089,468
1,386,470
77,752
50,179
241,595
344,885
(3)
$18,073,488
920,887
72,103
8,110
142,302
208,636
~~ 59,068
5,239
198,918
268,298
Per Cent
66.42
92.73
16.17
58.90
60.49
57,655
12,315
333,586
691,537
67,675
11,794
286,855
632,353
87.28
44.42
69.34
42.40
Totals for 1957                       	
$28,870,532
$27,189,026
$19,957,049
73.40
Totals tor 1956           , 	
$25,045,434
$23,997,314
$17,880,954
74.51
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.
TABLE VII.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year
Net Premiums
Written
Net Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Premiums
Earned
1953    	
1954        -      	
$21,571,000
22,496,000
23,101,000
25,069,000
28,871,000
$19,702,000
21,947,000
22,661,000
24,016,000
27,189,000
$10,676,000
11,402,000
13,372,000
17,887,000
19,957,000
Per Cent
54.19
51.95
1955                         	
59.01
1956      	
1957                       ...           ...	
74.51
73.40 TABLE VIII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1957
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
B 65
Accident
Combined Accident
Sickness
Personal Accident
Public Liability
Employer's Liability
and Sickness
Aircran
ouaraniee
imana .transportation
Marine
riate mass
personal rroperty
Keai Jt/roperty
inen
(See footnote)
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
...i          li
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses   j
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
$550
$69
$6,746
— 155
— 192
15,547
$3,475
$155
$6
$114
$100
$2,639
$787
400
$654
$93
$526
$492
$26,546
— 153
12,141
68,303
$6,819
$2,504
$2,873
$1,31%
137
—17
7,468
$606
H    2,097
S.L.             $18
1
—$281
2,491
2
182
97
198
$12,300
17,659
—$9,517
—3,336
2,724
1,760
745
3,691
$1,824
2,037
6,070
60,986
411
49,776
2,008
6,373
2,354
3
8
389
1,132
5,210
3,156
1,583
1,590
fE.             3,307
-j Ex.              372
[H.             1,120
4
256
300
$450,207
$416,299
$56
5
8,064
2,870
—2
1,912
11,268
208
1,215
5,000
14
347
2,739
1,093
2,660
6,792
7,333
58,492
463
75
70
55,474
38,868
556
710,185
53,565
75
61,674
3,143
157
360,949
515
46
794
513
E.              3,032
	
6
	
7
2,420
8
.. .^
C.            10,791
9
341
349
44
3,840
13,669
	
12
180
2
432
1,074
25,211
999
4,731
18,925
1,815
1,159
14,032
271
57,523
872
2,974
43,625
10
	
887
598
34
28
—35
57
19
627
550
2
91
181
U
25
6
2,433
E.                 124
E.                 255
12
13. Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd.                 _
191
5
4
—750
2,459
3,406
40
156
—7
1
	
797
11,074
269,602
7.fi17
382
870
312
4,464
9
3,099
13
14
62,916                844
15. Aviation & General Insurance Co. Ltd.
5,317
—4,421
15
16. Baloise Fire Insurance Co. of Canada
665
988
5,626
1,000
—4,985
2,075
61
8
274
14,289
268
121
1,371
38
62
469
1,361
992
6,035
239
93
121
2,169
57
12
614
16
17. Baloise Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.
 L_
101
8,756
1,008
— 1,299
17
326
H.          159,272
57,084
18
19
19. B.C.F.G. Mutual Hail Insurance Co.
20. Beaver Insurance Company.  .
216
11
409
24,848
25,733
28
50
20
178,197
42,648
10,402
B.            66,763
E.                   41
9,061
21
22
22. Rostnn Insurance ffi%
734
730
11,488
207
11,190
2,342
359
—593
4,143
900
6,034
324
695
93,673                    5
•>8 <m           9 niftt
59,321
16,981
—489
2,992
5,947
604
2,543
3,432
250
2,006
100
163
2,193
3,682
—311
	
23
24
24. British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.
2,565
25. British Aviation Insurance Co. Ltd	
2,725
3,133
1,510
— 116
—86
269
2,511
58
38
55,792
18,379
25
26. British Canadian Insurance Co.._
415
1,191
225
1,788
—22
5
39,356
338
674
27,243
323
929
85
90
—55
E.                —1
26
27. British Columbia Insurance Co.
	
27
28
3,549
	
558
19
349
30
4,240
2,194
2,357
7,782
146
3,145
58,717
5
—236
1,081
1,035
eT~               80
f Ex.                 22
JW	
29
30. British Crown Assurance Corporation Ltd.
30
31. British Empire Assurance Co	
5,478
1,006
1,043
—52
310 .
—372
4,050
1,211
7,806
167
3,509
220
3,385
96
1
57
— 173
2,931
14
326
3,008
654
1,000
609
99
443
43
1,076
81
635
6
1,332
321
2,536
523
10
3,612
140
1   31
)   32
33
	
922
14
224
2,368
20,974
280
969
32. British Law Insurance Co. Ltd	
JE.                   46
1W.                    1
E.                 149
33. British Nnrthwp.stf.rn Insurance Cn,
88
60,232
35,024
34. British Oak Insurance Cr\.
791,736
	
34
35. British Pacific Insurance Co         	
386,660
	
35
47
74
2,115
19,445
48,104
1,670
•? i7«r
36
37
38
39
)   40
41
42
         |    	
2,442
4,273
12,610
m       90
1^/1
145
6,010
18,781
38. Caledonian-Canadian Insurance Co.
18
48
425
1
3,349
4,953
11,671
47
1,121
2,129
116
251
821
1,979
393 |                41
1.017 I                 11
115
261
1,023
3,161
758
1,467
338
1,051
134
358
1,068
2,616
1,706
470
1,456
993
1,417
E.                 235
E.                 217
fE.                   13
JF.                     2
39. Caledonian Insurance Co	
3,374
4,450
40. Cambrian Insurance Co. Ltd	
379
41.  Camden Fire Insurance Association
5
25
—620
139
—181
3,661
1,203
—705
314
—58
42. Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co..  ..
-16
10,174
3,346
30,413
34
3,850
38,706
521
218
1,442
—747
1,608
1,143
11,989 |         22,165
2,024
43. Canada Health and Accident Assurance Corporation.
62,032
64,413
31,857
32,072
	
43
44. Canada Life Assurance Co.-                . ...
44
45. Canada Security Assurance Co         _  .
277
765
26,229
516
13,967
68,883
1,756
120,196
7,014
1,582
509
9
126
—41
46
16,587
30
7
22
3,807
385
154
430
97
7
133
5,191
312
56
—886
105
23
1,084
24
2,897
1,115
310
6,295
1,467
326
1,176
7,336 1           4,557
9,914 |         16,725
20,742 j    •      6,026
18 1<?1    I             1ft 61fi
147
405
4,834
82
2,813
8,868
359
67,209
3,390
753
6,284
E. 13
f E.                 347
{F.                   43
F. 208
f E.              1,320
{F.              2,036
F.                     6
F.                     1
45
51
46
1   47
48
49
47. Canadian Fire Insurance Co	
—16
4
354
3,063
57,501
—280
6,045
4,045
1,546
941
3,723
674
48. Canadian General Insurance Co...
392
~~^609
2
1
440
13
	
13,179
19
3
^*?
1,614
IS 10.6
ij#.*(ijj.   *
50. Canadian Indemnity Co '
1,976
102,149
901
161
159
106
96,431
504
112
27,182
89
20
1,556
382
85
8,406
1,044
3,804
1,534
341
14 87fl
39,803
4,436
986
1   50
;
51
52
53
51. Canadian Mercantile. Insurance Cn,
18,357 1           9,757
i 10/?              1 finn
	
52. Canadian National Insurance Cn.
~~ 2~135
53.  Canadian Premier Life Insurance Cn.
24
5,847
2,790
11 arm
]
15
732
2,889
54. Canadian Provincial Insurance Co	
1,840
14,699
33,566
2,796
3,475
3,042
1,088
1,350
1,060
1
4
	
75,543
180
9,054
53
—851
285
197
326
1,897
575
1,736
3,481
_:	
527
2,531
17,309
181
1,217
54
55. Canadian Surety Co....             ...
1,508
1,905
7 f>77
879
5,021
41
884
F.                 274
L.S.           1,049
E.                 290
55
56
57
56. Canadian Western Insurance Cn,
79
639
2,588
10,769
441
440
	
1,501
55
52,376
37,386
125,008 |       109,377
1,807 j           1,076
A 711    I               7 117
57. Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd.
2
119
201
	
58. Casualty Co. of Canada
92
50
1,083
697
926
629
	
	
58
B.—Boiler and Machinery. C.—Credit. 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.
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.
S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
W.D.—Water Damage.
W.—Windstorm and Weather.  TABLE VIII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1957—Continued
B 67
Accident
Combined Accident
Personal Accident
Public Liability
Employer's Liability
and Sickness
oicKness
Aircrait
uuarantee
miana .transportation
Marine
mate ijiass
jfersonai -property
.K.eai rropeny
men
(See footnote)
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
59. Centennial Insurance Co.
399
	
1,994
64
11,491
968
7,121
41,089
23,417
886
	
17,889
8,872
65,062
80,712
16,621
431
21,300
2,222
14,799
35,516
2,250
15,666
194
8,287
1,977
7,199
1,045
1,384
	
59
fin. Central Mutual Insurance ftp;
	
278
65
1,534
2
950
60
61. Century Insurance Co. Ltd.
366
805
2
18,167
5,354
527
248
2,554
176
853
21
7,357
106
1
30
3,359
— 114
2,455
247
334
382
135
224
105
11,075
7,700
746
79
1,467
203
1,977
~~283
47
6
1,757
257
3,390
15,106
2,508
3,059
8
4,436
6,399
2,814
E. 2,079
fE.                  46
1W.                   1
F. 6
F.                —37
61
11
1   62
63
'63. Commerce freneral Insurance Co,
19
—91
504
5,300
	
64. Commercial Insurance Co, nf Newark
23,747
716
142,179
77,856
4,735
—22,364
64
65.  Commercial TTnjon Assurance Co, Ltd.
699
181
8,887
411
—257
85,974
1,802
34,749
83
2
65
66.  Commonwealth Insurance Co,
66
67.  Confederation ffi Association
29,259
10,000
736
469
239,999
212,744
1,064
549
67
68.  Connecticut F'"re Insurance Co
2,811
2,193
86
6
123
759
6
—201
—35
1,909
32
675
73,882
45,176
427
659
397
430
23,129
4,161
13,044
1,398
657
49
1,327
519
~3~2l6
f E.              2,402
|F.                   32
}   68
j69
69.  Consolidated Fire # Casualty Insurance Co.
70.  Continental Assurance Co,
	
39
2,615
70
71.  Continental Casualty Co.
268,066
327,287
4,043
982
408
26
7,980
2,727
225
5,045
345,080
112,516
— 10,869
143
16,330
—783
— 1,660
116
46
113
—6
14,578
27,603
656
777
14,078
6,262
531
72
71
72.  Continental Insurance Co,
198,878
67,269
— 120
37,088
46
12
390
E.                333
72
73.  Contingency Insurance Co  T.trl,
2
13
2,856
73
74. Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co	
60
2,475
74
75.  Cornell Insurance Co. T.td.
1,218
5
5,755 1             684
1,138
958
3,073
1,124
229
75
76.  Crown T.ifp Insurance Co,
380,944
299,587
76
77.  Dominion Insurance Corporation
9,773
1,528
46
5.371
—418
803
424
1,935
1,757
-—	
77
78. Dominion T ife Assurance Co.
27,398
366
12,732
202
78
79. Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co..
10,351
1,760
13,901
4,242
475
4,330
806
2,789
—3,406
3,705
2,515
18,844
3,668
11,116
' 3,222
106,333
8,529
2,278
28,167
4,870
3,534
79
RO. F.agle Fi>e Co, of New Vork
77
248
67
94
74
79
E.                     7
E.                228
80
81.  F.agle Sta,r Insurance Co, T.td,
929
1,163
8
520
2,068
19,784
1,370
15,111
806
762
81
8?.. Kconomic Insurance Cn. Ltd.
644
53,443
3,447
82
83. Economical Mutual Insurance Co. —
3,309
133,255
120
331
562
—1,436
93,910
30
126
1,564
1,020
45,629
658
39,019
—6,556
5,261
4,998
237
4,278
964
3,136
75
3,456
357
177,449
845
11,426
18
5,385
83
84. Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd.
53,405
30,682
— 140
18,323
—519
8,823
7,017
— 152
8,087
10,455
B.                 356
84
85. Employers Mutual Liability Ins. Co. of Wisconsin
85
86. English & American Insurance Co. Ltd..
25
13,428
6,868
—96
382
— 181
135
5,491
1,814
4,772
4,626
— 164
2,609
1,190
132
__
174
10
B.                 328
f E.                 480
}F.                     6
86
87. Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co.
17
152
—40
85
79
213
266
}   87
S
88
88. Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States
474
86
50
16,525
8,670
89. Essex & Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society Ltd.
7,488
730
2,349
3,052
13,862
7,610
9,667
921
621
3,611
36,216
1,748
21,129
13,616
34,966
39,055
4,177
72
1,118
100
503
372
4,626
272
—740
3,230
148
5
224
1,318
583
4,458
28,869
22,125
25,889
1,081
10
1,400
137,357
14,378
10,423
327
49
87
89
90. F.xcpss Insurance Co, Ltd.
90
91.  Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada
6
7,872
6
10,498
35
925
706
527
2,209
1,960
461
80
2,100
2,161
589
1,698
2,029
3,259
556
230
— 1,067
3,222
91
92. Federal Insurance Co.          _
1,245
9.134   I             8.588
	
F.                   12
92
93. Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Ins. Co.
—657
93
94.  Federation Insurance Co. of Canada
238
47
275
3,143
10
3,988
350
176
2,299
435
131,399
139,904
175
94
95. Fidelity * Casnalrv Co. of New York
79,091
95
281,100
B.                   54
95
96. Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada
17
133
70
433
— 199
78
1
739
193
49
ffi|3M
1,225
3,212
96
97. Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of New York_
3,659
8,791
502
H  7'874
13,590
20,105
6,863
281,673
30,487
7,042
1,095
114,825
23
—531
E.                560
97
98. Fire Association of Philadelphia
9,225
283
4.518
70306
17221
758
98
99. Fire Insurance Co, of Canada
343
430
—65
83
 |     	
826
1,214
99
100.  Fireman's Fvmd Insurance Co,
172
—35
127
4,109
1,082
107
—242
1,967
1,358
3,154
5,475
280,697 |       311,187
1
44,609
17,115
f E.             1,866
{Ex.                   3
B.          118,966
1 100
101
101. Firemen's Insurance. Co. of Newark, N..T.
102. Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co	
4,943
4,265
1,618
323
369
105
1,782
-20
137
—22
60
7,764
578
82,934
291
525
2
8,149
28
41,307
102
103. General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
5,953
29,825
11,532
2,234
339
404
286
19
1,533
739
270
468
13,692
11,893
— 1,615
20
531
722
95
51
957
759
4,330
3,607
172
5
763
J&      6,446
6,956
747
14
8,457
7,864
152,535
19,968
715
11,753
27,934
3,989
2,864
4,077
815
15,141
9,312
3,900
268
10,590
18,953
59,418
103
104. General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp. Ltd... .
104
105. General Casualty Co. of America	
769
14,690
105
106. General Insurance Co. of America...	
27
2.885
—19.443
16,812
27,333
88,757
33,261
1,398
43
.   706
100
470
—1
106
107. General Security Insurance Co. of Canada  . .
—595 1                 66
107
108. Glens Falls Insurance Co	
—2
161
57
3,112
2,515
108
109. Global General Insurance Co.             ...   .   	
248
841
1,573
102
1,842
6,955
1,412
109
110. Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 	
1,370
265
10,187
23,578
2,391
6,986
96
478.
765
—1,361
1,592
849
3,118
23
3,555
69
507
130
269
1,011
3,207
626
3,037
1,903
5,332
14,104
819
30
782
6,087
f B.              1,624
{F.                    2
—62
] 110
P
111. Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
4
3,108
112. Grain Insurance & Guarantee Co	
F.                    2
112
113. Great American Indemnity Co.    ...                  	
158
200
1,511
838
58
9,372
3,696
8,846
36
289
—351
995
44
24,135
27
29,289
1,878
113
114. Gre^t American Insurance Co,
12,734
44
3,965
38,680
13,059
356
475
E.             2,349
114
115. Great Eastern Insurance Co	
2
576,532
261,473
115
116. Great-West Life Assurance Co	
24,139
6,723
14,407
2,229
19,731
116
117. Guarantee Co. of North America     ..
528
23,292
90,201
1,025
5,565
1,932
15,315
64,766
117
118. Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd	
9.563
125
11,997
81,349
194
1,558
76
895
5,808
6,252
H _435
—792
12.690
m      3.848
1,944
6,416
1,542
— 18,552
56,484
37,632
1,820
26,000
It    25,766
8,538
6,838
7,891
13,617
[B.                  12
-j E.                 186
| F.                     6
fB.              1,797
-{ E.          Wi\W0^
1 F.                 130
	
1
•-118
1
9,847 |           1,128
|
202
1
I
1     ..    -.
8,915
—2,297
119. Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada    . .  .
1
1
J-119
1
B.—Boiler and Machinery. C.—Credit. 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.
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.
S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
W.D.—Water Damage. W.—Windstorm and Weather.  TABLE VHL—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1957—Continued
B 69
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 footnote)
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
120. Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd.
121. Halifax Insurance Co.	
122. Hanover Fire Insurance Co.	
123. Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co..
124. Hartford Fire Insurance Co.	
125. Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd	
126. Home Fire & Marine Insurance Co. of California..
127. Home Insurance Co.	
128. Hudson Bay Insurance Co.	
129. Imperial Guarantee & Accident Ins. of Canada..
130. Imperial Insurance Office..
131. Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
132. Indemnity Insurance Co. of North Americans. Indemnity Marine Assurance Co. Ltd	
134. Insurance Co. of North America..
135.
136.
137.
1S8.
139.
140.
141.
142.
143.
144.
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd.	
Jersey Insurance Co. of New York	
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co._
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.
145. Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co..
146
147.
148.
149
150.
151.
152.
153.
154.
155.
156.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.
165.
166.
167.
168.
169.
170.
if-ifi-
172.
173.
Local Government Guarantee Society Ltd..
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & County Insurance Co. Ltd .	
. London & Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada..
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.	
London & Midland General Insurance Co 	
London & Provincial Mar. & General Ins. Co. Ltd..
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd	
London Assurance	
London-Canada Insurance Co	
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd..
London Life Insurance Co	
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co._	
Maritime Insurance Co. Ltd	
Maryland Casualty Co.	
Mercantile Insurance Co.	
Merchants & Manufacturers Ins. Co. of N.Y..
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Merit Insurance Co !	
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co. of New York-
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co	
Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Co.	
Michigan Mutual Liability Co.
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee-
Ministers Life & Casualty Union	
Monarch Insurance Co. of Ohio	
3,019
823
1,400
685
2,885
589
22,681
168
628
369
60
390
2,334
685
3
7,991
16,925
3,359
2,173
152
8,107
338
12,145
930
274
133
-1,500
34
3,964
343
-50
11
449
133
2,000
25,745
-53
992
240
1,485
130
6,348
3,632
21,325
141
8,599
3,645
5,063
1,301
5,094
15,666
1,525
46,068
649
—284
3,594
8,148
11,894
—502
4,656
3,549
17,355
5,094
4,894
16
617
1,308
79,750
3,687
114
784
2,053
3,874
24,318
255
341
4,109
10,440
56
29,632
659
2,650
389
51
212
209
1,196
2,285
—374
^29~507
67
42
1,325
-17,254
6,704
794
11,957
2,510
4,076
1,196
2,301
25
12
54,120
47
10
521
703
12,148
-628
-2,147
2,563
2,375
3,132
3
1,796
192
48
244
10
2,196
— 16
4,433
112
623
163
48
4
1,645
552
201
923
510
64
857
124
28
356
49
160
426
124
1,712
23
172
—100
434
136
193,240
51,696
2,738
380,136
46,522
119,982
333
498,472
10,131
98,023
23,296
1,057
227,477
19,741
59,354
343,353
10,351
42
238
189
383
1,772
34
64
1,389
1,304
383
1,058
45
400
296
—4,067
6,222
14,519
—681
200
12,045
787
8,544
12,631
1,082
—270
-2,319
—681
2,680
787
24,236
55,348
351
8,544
6,222
—23,232
459
387
796
2,491
1,605
2,710
796
19,175
4,713
—15,687
1,835
786
1,107
424
2,799
397
7,443
13
208
2,146
50
1,566
424
18,900
81
15,811
30
681
-505
loi
35
237
415
—36
117
34
214 I
382
2,753
—2,497
8,413
—593
955
801
2,187
254
-620
—620
33,597
— 11
9,129
29
1,686
560
864
254
1,000
7,068
—2
— 158
—3
4,345
288
2,288
352
1,073
14
68,535
3,757
-181
1,139
7,312
66
— 181
— 181
2,218
241
5,594
1,055
348
224
66
72
-1,225
—80
25
3,133
~852
-49
484
33
38,384
5,491
120,587
81,041
12,170
11,447
46,794
— 182
509
11,699
18,990
250
43
30,761
24,606
1,814
30,126
68,835
4,058
-1,449
58,086
14,444
7,814
586
20,780
21,268
10,277
297
2,887
— 19
2,710
190
698
69
505
1,509
76
—2,653
38
-172
876
853
1,014
—84
295
338
1,722
505
15
-50
3,643
165
489
76
316
1,841
12
64
2,455
3,308
I
242
2,361
3,282
116
270
21
313
1,054
123
5,280
82
300
270
968
34
303
322
1,071
313
3,729
68
308
341
260
258
1,724
4,166
6
T629
17,847
23,271
543
16,395
10,574
363
55,117
5,876
9,854
6,035
3,325
83,993
—204
, 8,965
6,668
16,516
-1,684
10,725
5,100
21,368
5,876
1,807
1,085
974
6,326
76,293
515
1,757
2,158
24,068
349
19,957
89
1,257
7,551
2,599
-329
114,919
15,419
10,709
11
10,543
2,074
425
53,764
2,667
7,324
2,697
— 164
46,301
771
3,855
1,702
11,413
1,507
1,522
3,515
9,174
2,667
1,076
2,061
1,166
2,211
42,668
1,285
643
920
27,815
185
15,390
29
271
5,587
10,615
825
58,150
8,521
-704
534
495
409
195
549
-705
1,243
10
110
357
64
1,699
409
614
7,866
—52
153
3,511
417
446
65
606
—68
—8,710
15
64
299
-79
2,523
1,502
-715
—236
50
15
61
5,540
36
25,078
479
B.—Boiler and Machinery. C.—Credit. 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.
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.
S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
W.D.—Water Damage.
W.—Windstorm and Weather.
963
4,006
5,006
1,478
921
4,177
832
14,883
152
—22
1,386
2,054
3,243
—318
1,128
1,081
3,206
921
181
8,560
150
52
1,027
4,596
30
858
4,175
3,860
30
4,536
1,447
1,055
391
2,618
223
11,485
47
112
392
473
3,108
108
976
1,035
1,330
391
41
4,506
374
32
2,121
^200
I 364
3,832
746
E.
W.
E.
\ Ex.
[W.
fE.
-j W.D.
I W.
)B.
1
F.
TE.
I Ex.
■i F.A.
H.
(L.S.
E.
fB.
?F-
fB.
f.F-
E.
E.
E.
fE.
?Ex.
185
4
495
12
14
2,194
2,207
— 11
862
811
1
25
—25
78
40
—5
40
570
65
-139
E.
7
E.
E.
45
10
2,767
3
812
1
197
— 187
2,205
fE.
(W.
1,263
14
S.L.
3
B.
1,436
C.
14,522
E.
21
—43
2
5,587
—32
3,706
-176
-31
4,530
] 120
S
121
122
123
1
j-124
125
126
■ 127
128
129
130
131
132
133
f-134
I
J
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
1 144
\
] 145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
) 155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
) 173
s  TABLE
VHL—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND
LOSSES
FOR 1957
—Continued
B 71
Accident
Combined Accident
and Sickness
Sickness
Aircraft
Guarantee
Inland Transportation
Marine
Plate Glass
Personal Property
Real Property
Theft
Miscellaneous
(See footnote)
Personal Accident
Public Liability
Employer's Liability
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Lossesffi|
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
174.  Motor Union Insurant... Co, T.trl.
638
26,540
441'
8,789
2,796
1,350
2
	
949
28
710
1,633
1,807
1,076
180
41
E.                 145
174
175. Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association	
721,020
311,438
175
176. Mutual Boiler & Machinery Insurance Co.   _  .    _
. .
	
	
B.          472,580
W.                100
145,604
176
177. Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia
	
	
177
178. Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada
171,759
42,875
126,725
15,578
	
178
179. Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York
10,689
5,107
"17142
59
212
—2,323
179
180. National-Ben Franklin Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh.
6,002
2,388
1,102
—3,119
34
~3
1,929
759
—500
225
31
119
—1,466
1,115
—1
5
35
5
341
352
41,078
2,401
8,880
—65,591
19,839
2,710
6,727
43,624
529
180
181. National Employers'Mutual General Ins. Assn. Ltd  .
	
181
18?.. National Fire # Casualty Insurance Co.
999
224
—35
—294
325
178
182
183.  National Firf». Tnsnrnnrfi Pn, nf Hartford
— 179
3,223
—6
—8
—123
— 100
72
—1,185
183
18.4. National Insurance & Guarantee Corporation Ltd.
6,549
6,354
184
185.  National T.iffi Assurance Cn, of Panada
185
4,894
— 1
207
4
341
	
E.                 145
E.                   27
185
186. National Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd,
2,301
4
949
18
295
28
44
44
1,102
9
1,807
—438
414
217
1,074
1,076
1,100
546
271
181
41
186
187. New F.nglanrl Tnsnranr.fi Co,
	
87
1
187
188. New Hampshire. Firfi Insurance Cn,
	
188
189. New India Assurance Co. Ltd	
—113
	
	
189
190. New York- Fire Insurance Cn,
156,122
	
	
13
170
563
2,584
— 149
5
190
191.  Np.w York T .iffi Tnsiiranr.fi Cn,
4,837
2,044
97,971
2,795
2,387
4,916
34,108
E.                628
191
192- New York Underwriters Tnsiiranr.fi Cn,
922
4,609
9,965
188,052
	
13,621
2,655
8,334
812,590
833
13,313
857
292
924,215
1,542
10
296
1,305
—81
170,304
18,809
123,829
468,850
14,551
138,380
9,647
87,476
254,944
16,066
300
630
4,522
1,030
57
1,060
56
1,311
5,469
61
	
192
193. New Zealand Insurance Cn, T td,
9,737
8,190
26,595
4,944
11,933
17,480
11,338
193
194. Niagara Fire Insurance Co	
146
199,356
691
3,146
42
2,088
	
38
939
1,274
83,200
1,583
92,996
848
E.              3,651
"B.           —5,325
E.          —2,513
Ex.              628
' F.               —72
L.S.         15,488
W.                    8
194
195. Non-Marine Underwriters, Members of Lloyd's . . ~
186,730
200
—500
915,529
518,794
98,105
4,532,028
173
3,102
190
15,000
195
196
197. North American T.l'ffi & Casualty Cn.
112,952
4,286
64,058
64,925
2,221
65,327
	
197
198. North American T,ife Assurance Cn,
272
2,765
—50
330
wM
198
199. North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd..
—439
8,931
224
353
114
40,043
31,773
3,732
19,712
10,464
4
525
38
6,084
4,168
11,013
1,570
1,474
18
1,300
620
23,510
39,141
969
190
18,008
1,051
7,589
1,568
119,068
65,533
5,625
55,461
1,004
6,680
9,649
100
4,013
261
112,848
37,016
835
39,155
m      1,062
1,239
2,005
1,757
199
200. North Pacific Insurance Co. Ltd.             	
200
2
100
129
66
13,327
9,049
11           31
3
571
m    3,ooi
14
4,771
853
1,084
-163
183
26,977
733
L812
3,583
1,354
494
fE.                   15
A Ex.                   2
1 W.
201. North River Insurance C.n,
• 201
	
1
3,027
6,093
325
3,605
14
702, North West Fire Insurance Co,
202
70.3.  Northern Assurance Co, T.fd,
322
12
30,230
9,073
78
18,702
10,707
2,204
24
4,661
275
30
893
17
378
1,672
1,115
3,616
77
3,286
185,441
B.                162
203
704. Northwestern Mutual Insurance Cn,
	
5,628
3,499
204
705.  Northwestern National Insurance Cn,
~L744
205
70fi  Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd.
2,103
—52
5,671
609
229
4,577
— 150
1,101
|     ^437
19,009
26,614
2,022
38
1,831
fE.                  46
{F.                  84
}206
207
207. N.V. The Netherlands Insurance Co. (Est. 1845).
	
1
180
708.  Occidental Fire TnsUTf,T)C« fn,
946
1,865
4,472
174
92
473
3,145
1,505
8,165
41
725
1,155
515
208
209. Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California	
21,729
209
210. Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd.
13,529
1,034
44
924
842
	
4,379
237
835
17,694
34
2,040
25,881
13,003
13,142
11,194
2,975
100
1
4,590
143
B.            39,833
29,996
210
711.  Old Colony Insurance Pn,
28,159
19
9,971
363,320
199,824
211
212. Old Repuhlic. Insurance Cn,
Z47
619
18,365
52,563
4,731
212
71.3.  Orion Insurance Cn, T.fd.
650
11,653
13,969
2,717
40,798
56
1
10
90,672
42,634
62,674
5,380
158,489
58,197
3,605
62,037
694
315
9
365
213
214. Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co          . .
1,794
—50
91
6
—655
699
E.                256
214
215. Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Ins. Co.
215
?1fi.   Pacific Insurance Co. of New York
6,407
5,455
2,364
4,537
	
	
	
371
16,274
1,562
534
15,981
6,872
2,470
151
216
717.   Pacific Indemnity Co,
B.             4,575
973
217
718.  Palatine Insurance Co, T.td.
2,187
1,150
783
1,271
109
218
219. Patriotic Assurance Co. T td,
4
63
219
7.7.0. Paul Revere T.ife Insurance Co.
5,696
2,991
	
220
7.21. Pearl Assurance Co, T.trl.
6,848
40,400
1,142
38,109
30
432
9,110
5,293
2,939
1,964
1,023
159
749
3
2,216
658
27,800
1,029
35,288
12
693
-2,675
3,558
76
4,533
fE.                290
-JEx.                  5
[F.                  50
1
5-221
J
222
722. Perth Mutual Fire Tnsiiranre Co,
223. Philadelphia Fire & Marine Insurance Co.. .
	
2,727
2,199
223
224. Phoenix Assurance Co, T.fd,
2,476
309
30,749
4,657
23
15,639
1,220
697
137
29
203
514
452
11,877
1,258
3,539
—334
2,941
3,257
801
1,182
2,367
707
66,566
45,342
919
24,539
26,222
H       1,198
~23,705
15,041
2,497
41,780
1,088
180,985
81
22
5,908
1,764
fE.              2,834
-! F.              —30
| S.L.                37
} E.              3,981
(F.                  53
[-224
7 225
\
226
225. Phoenix Insurance Co.
	
12,045
387
7,414
870
H  2'542
101
77fi. Planet Assurance Co, T.fd,
777.  Protective Association of Canada
3,208
1,466
30,640
18,685
l7262
—809
2,966
L619
—470
3,132
227
228. Providence Washington Insurance Co	
7,863
— 1,879
7,209
898
—737
304
114
7,266
229
23,962
257
1,315
7,383
333
243
23,825
6,382
170
338
H       1,549
30,437
—5,584
7,335
9,399
3,357
228
779.  Provident Assurance Co, T.td,
	
	
2,608
356
966
229
730.  Provincial Insurance Co, Ltd.
9
„ . .
	
96
	
230
B.—Boiler and Machinery.           C.—Credit.           E.-
Note.—The entire business of this Insurer has been r«
—Earthquak
.insured by
e.           Ex.-
one or more
-Explosion.
Insurers who
F.A.—F
se names are
ailing Aircn
included in
ift.           F.-
the foregoin
-Forgery.
g table, and t
H.—Hail.
he figures in
L.H.—
the latter ca
Limited Hail
se are include
I.V.—Impact by Vehicles.          L.S.—Live Stock.           S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
:d in the figures for that Insurer or Insurers.
W.D.—Water Damage.           W.
-Windstorm and Weather  TABLE VHL—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1957—Continued
B 73
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 footnote)
Net
Premiums
Written^
Net
Losses
Incurred
231. Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd..
232. Prudential Insurance Co. of America-
233. Quebec Fire Assurance Co	
234. Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd -	
235. Railway Passengers Assurance Co.	
236. Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada	
6,401
8,869
2,249
237. Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-
238. Reliance Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.	
239. Royal Exchange Assurance	
240. Royal Insurance Co. Ltd	
772
7,174
241. Ruby General Insurance Co. Ltd	
242. St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co..
243. St. Paul Mercury Insurance Co.	
244. Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Co._
4,204
245. Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation.
246. Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd._	
247. Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd..,
248. Scottish Union & National Insurance Co	
17
901
41
249. Sea Insurance Co. Ltd	
250. Security Insurance Co. of New Haven	
251. Security Mutual Casualty Co	
252. Security National Insurance Co.	
253. Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co..
13
254.
255.
256.
257.
258.
259.
260.
261.
262.
Standard Insurance Co. of New York-
Standard Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.—.
State Assurance Co. Ltd.	
Storebrand Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Sun Insurance Office Ltd.	
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada..
Svea-Nornan Insurance Co. Ltd.	
2,533
To
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd..
Toronto General Insurance Co. Ltd.	
263. Traders General Insurance Co.	
264. Transcontinental Insurance Co.	
265. Transportation Insurance Co.	
266. Travelers Indemnity Co. ■	
321
^16
267. Travelers Insurance Co—
268. Union Assurance Society Ltd...
269. Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd.	
270. Union Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd..
271. Union Mutual Life Insurance Co.	
272. Union Reinsurance Co.	
273. United British Insurance Co. Ltd.	
274. United Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd	
275. United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
276. United States Fire Insurance Co.	
147,342
841
33,286
550
15
258
1
277.
278.
279.
280.
281.
282.
283.
284.
285.
286. World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd..
287. World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd..
288. Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd	
289. Zurich Insurance Co.	
Unity Fire & General Insurance Co—
Utah Home Fire Insurance Co	
Victoria Insurance Co. of Canada	
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co	
Wellington Fire Insurance Co.	
Westchester Fire Insurance Co. 'i
Western Assurance Co	
Western Union Insurance Co.	
5,010
3
4,483
1,973
118
4,993
441
475
1,000
-14
850
47,003
24
2,144
68
300
-19,489
1,945
Totals for 1957..
Totals for 1956..
$1,130,992
$1,000,211
17,643
2,038
3,731
3,441
48
4^206
38,329
17,340
105
6,364
9,203
338
2,345
5,036
230
-305
390
4,894
97
5,641
2,334
5,063
56,359
-1,416
6,302
4,156
3,621
83,438
6,888
1,133
4,894
988
25,347
2,572
~~U
41,640
3,290
—2,391
15,292
244
9,361
61
28,103
24,970
$2,264,552
$976,781
$727,855
$2,162,199
21,871
—660
-14,959
983
1,401
9,607
T,571
~~ "571
-1,462
20
-1,146
-38
21
2,301
4,647
"47O
212
31,668
2X47
~L363
1,570
2,327
34,825
3,475
1,500
2,301
-4,985
5,690
595
29,117
703
—3
4,531
42
2,316
2
10,088
10,756
$954,815
$897,222
552
2
105
2
355
17
2
—2
244
57
50
-34
—415
15
3,930
15
4,266
155
478
4
259
-80
75
6
748
— 1,427
11,800
131,912
3,017
66,683
45
120
150
922
2,835
200
163
181
434
639
407
123,532
80,962
—430
2,682
-969
6
823,432
441
596,761
11
— 19
56,588
310
12,511
114
57
15
965
89
84
355,985
622
210,406
1,989
1,711
—5,040
5,469
5,894
100
12,051
370
230
19,013
-18,702
10,112
—475
16,599
100
8,109
4,677
13,484
4,168
-15,397
129
129
2,342
-593
993
$156,322
$84,176
$6,900,678
$4,240,488
,715
$162,255
$1,475,279
$222,063
$107,746
$5,708,228
$3,383,163
$502,808
$110,004
$1,059,169
$606,146
$1,633,777
3,349
274
930
3,523
5,100
1,529
70
80
252
47,046
— 187
— 1,037
34,026
6,104
2,639
277,382
25
8
— 193
10,222
160
4,620
260
-168
4,991
254
117
400
2
4,945
3,255
— 11
787
7,316
440
-2,752
190
605
2,338
506
2,078
8,323
2,143
9,891
106
1,056
439
299
242
-184
4
220
1,046
960
—85
2,244
50
547
6
-7,365
"293
109
21,717
862
188
273
316
1,298
901
519
14,589
48
2,517
6,355
13,521
537
13
— 125
22
$994,024
$179,703
$1,262,388
583
15
834
106
496
643
9,222
346
536
—240
12,308
362
50
37
424
1,152
13
46
802
-204
238
92
loi
~66
171
19,705
187
468
-1,336
589
$1,170,533
$815,137
$158,827
$1,295,340
$812,304
82,908
3,078
21,324
23,179
32,411
648
-5,125
10,653
10,810
10,987
60,987
467,663
57,028
1,009
13,327
26,655
63,973
mBM
25,398
52,256
88,662
5,90?
14,357
18,72ft
10,267
-175
-2,01?
7,307
22,935
3,057
58,197
277,427
79,84$
-1,29?
90)45
18,097
43,397
58,19u
16,929
53,824
1,835
124
1,799
523
3
459
3,744
31
208
18
508
736
37
464
580
41
—258
39
3,842
293
698
912
-633
764
844
7,527
526
413
121
856
284
,507
988
250
,725
260
269
8
,522
,676
$3,597,769     $2,599,072
$206,010
$3,732,668 | $3,034,263
$223,951
1,121
126
986
531
151
2,324
3
—9
214
1,789
1,121
385
71
928
223
270
1,265
1,154
176
665
7,114
493
57
62
35
108
3,157
646
100
681
115
230
6
585
1,684
$182,937
"$155,839
55,819
116,096
4,642
28,323
1,626
4,872
9,273
64,840
1,498
67,195
2,510
13,914
1,844
7,491
5,381
18,319
9,991
—7,565
150
463
996
2,425
437
2,848
13,701
11,483
16,869
MsWm
14,851
20,858
-25,407
11,307
13,289
329,453
6,484
17,699
1,807
850
16,260
5,201
9,342
2,108
85,611
6,241
4,435
28,750
157
16,830
2,966
23,137
21,044
68,301
131,910
2,261
18,577
—37
2,478
5,447
49,763
695
168,854
2,022
7,783
346
7,719
9,547
18,905
6,246
3,686
~L565
10,465
1,378
147
2,147
15,666
9,582
2,777
6,388
8,686
—490
9,887
5,396
4,437
273,538
4,488
15,467
1,076
985
44,796
1,918
5,440
3,496
36,017
1,987
6,427
15,557
44
24,946
— 1,389
26,289
12,807
11,568
394
956
804
473
418
1,875
-4,682
-58
2,771
354
20
237
418
1,166
3,120
65
1,088
-491
173
-2,761
208
1,175
432
411
978
~~43
1,511
4,869
1,229
1,187
501
4,555
7,899
4,124
90
60
302
697
8,360
342
8
10
151
151
2,529
10,375
72,986
239
285
1,744
355
549
4,875
1,122
13
11,865
$4,793,804
$4,569,275
$432,044
$5,572,429
$4,767,099
$3,154,372
$506,662
$295,752
3,412
611
737
1,303
965
7,052
242
1,293
1,793
146
348
—318
181
677
556
1,478
7,256
-1,973
2,061
1,484
26,785
1,313
153
181
121
1,853
586
5,382
824
—76
2,840
185
4,264
23
7,046
5,278
$456,420
2,150
463
1,641
118
3,018
146
655
41
1,500
379
1,055
3,046
—149
2,398
4,992
1,880
606
85
41
12
372
406
2,587
779
~L479
971
~L442
1,472
$289,845
$411,033
$230,523
E.
S.L.
E.
F.
155
27
2,942
39
—146
19
6,239
7
E.
117
B.
1,525
fE.
{w.
597
E.
19
1,325
797
E.
284
E.
3,532
E.
56
F.
171
{S
14,233
29
S.L.
2
fE.
{w.
25
E.
127
E.
265
L.S.
12,701
—233
10,040
12
76,739
105
—6,580
$999,983
$417,337
$908,983
$244,064
B.—Boiler and Machinery. C.—Credit. E.—Earthquake. Ex.—Explosion. F.A.—Falling Aircraft. F.—Forgery. H.—Hail. L.H.—Limited Hail. I.V.—Impact by Vehicles. L.S.—Livestock.
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.
S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.
W.D.—Water Damage.
W.—Windstorm and Weather.  REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1957
B 75
TABLE IX.—OTHER INSURANCE (TABLE VIII)  SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Class of Insurance
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
Accident—
$656,000
193,000
1,247,000
597,000
87,000
28,000
3,382,000
2,027,000
458,000
164,000
693,000
864,000
511,000
112,000
1,040,000
852.000
3,439,000
2,017,000
182,000
94,000
3,015,000
1,164,000
295,000
25,000
431,000
159,000
647,000
283,000
$690,000
616,000
1,307,000
658,000
86,000
39,000
3,961,000
2,348,000
382,000
130,000
689,000
166,000
606,000
181,000
1,141,000
644,000
3,201,000
2,151,000
195,000
116,000
2,955,000
1,081,000
188,000
237,000
460,000
195,000
1,015,000
410,000
$848,000
322,000
1,809,000
742,000
140,000
87,000
4,464,000
2,638,000
511,000
101,000
711,000
719,000
674,000
27,000
1,187,000
898,000
3,409,000
2,461,000
255,000
125,000
4,119,000
2,053,000
248,000
38,000
518,000
241,000
1,273,000
419,000
$977,000
728,000
2,162,000
897,000
222,000
108,000
5,708,000
3,383,000
503,000
110.000
1,059,000
1,634,000
815,000
159,000
1,295,000
812,000
3,733,000
3,034,000
224,000
156,000
4,767,000
3,154,000
507,000
296,000
411,000
231,000
909,000
244,000
$1,131,000
L 	
1,000,000
Public liability, P	
Employer's liability, P    	
L   ...
2,265,000
955,000
156,000
84,000
Combined accident and sickness, P      ...
L 	
6,901,000
4,240,000
489,000
L.  	
Aircraft, P. _       ..
L.       	
162,000
1,475,000
606,000
994,000
L 	
180,000
1,262,000
L	
1,171,000
3,598,000
„      L 	
Plate glass, P...     	
„     L                  ...    .
2,599,000
206,000
183,000
4,794,000
L     	
Real property, P  	
L     .   . .
4,569,000
432,000
5,572,000
Theft, P	
„     L    .....   ...
Other forms, P 	
456,000
290,000
1,000,000
417,000
Total, P  	
„     L.. 	
$16,083,000
8,579,000
$16,876,000
8,972,000
$20,166,000
10,871,000
$23,292,000
14,946,000
$25,159,000
22,028,000
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1958
1,560-758-5578 

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