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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Forty-eighth Annual Report
of the
SUPERINTENDENT OF
INSURANCE
1959
(Business Transacted in 1958)
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1959  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-eighth Annual Report of the
Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31st, 1958.
ROBERT W. BONNER,
A ttorney-General.
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 1959. • ' '■"■'": "' TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Report of Superintendent of Insurance     7
List as at June 30th, 1959—
Insurers Licensed     9
Fraternal Benefit Societies Licensed under the "Insurance Act"  35
Names of Insurers Licensed since December 31st, 1958  36
Names of Insurers Which Have Ceased Business since December 31st, 1958  36
Underwriters' Agencies Licensed  3 6
Reciprocal Exchanges Granted Permits  36
Societies (Incorporated under the " Societies Act ") Licensed under the " Insurance Act "  3 6
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—■
B.C.F.G. Mutual Hail Insurance Company  37
British Columbia Insurance Company  38
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Company  39
British Pacific Insurance Company  40
Canadian Western Insurance Company  41
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Company  42
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  43
North West Mutual Life Assurance Company  44
Pacific Automobile and Fire Insurance Company  45
Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Insurance Company  46
Roberts Mutual Fire Insurance Company  47
Royal General Insurance Company of Canada  48
Tables
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1958  49
II. Summary, 1954-58  49
Fraternal Societies—
III. Business of 1958  51
Fire Insurance—
IV. Business of 1958  52
V. Summary, 1954-58 1  56
Automobile Insurance—
VI. Business of 1958  57
VII. Summary, 1954-58  60
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
VIII. Business of 1958  61
DC. Summary, 1954-58  71  Report of the Superintendent of Insurance
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 1959.
The Honourable Robert W. Bonner, Q.C.,
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Pursuant to the " Insurance Act," I beg to submit the Forty-eighth Annual
Report of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31st, 1958.
At that date 355 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
British Columbia-
Other Provinces	
Canada	
12
9
Great Britain_
Australia	
Denmark	
France	
Germany.	
Holland	
Hong Kong	
India	
Italy..
Japan-
New Zealand-
Norway-
Switzerland	
United States-
Totals..
13
92
76
2
3
2
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3
3
1
1
2
1
5
121
12
22
92
SO
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3
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3
4
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2
1
6
122
29
326
355
The comparative figures are for 1957, 361, and 1956, 358.
Eleven new insurers were licensed during the year. These are as follows: Agricultural Insurance Company; American Casualty Company of Reading, Pennsylvania;
Arkwright Mutual Insurance Company; Baltica Insurance Company Limited; The
Canadian Woodmen of the World (Fraternal Society); Combined Insurance Company
of America; Munich Reinsurance Company; The Reinsurance Corporation Limited;
Safeco Insurance Company of America; The Tokio Marine and Fire Insurance Company Limited;  and Universal Reinsurance Company Ltd.
Seventeen insurers ceased to transact business in the Province during the year, and
these were: American Automobile Insurance Company; American Central Insurance
Company; The Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Company; Michigan Fire and Marine
Insurance Company; Michigan Mutual Liability Company; The Monarch Insurance
Company of Ohio; Monument Insurance Company, Limited; The National Insurance
and Guarantee Corporation Limited; New England Insurance Company; Pennsylvania
Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Company; Philadelphia Fire and Marine Insurance
Company; Reliance Insurance Company of Philadelphia; Ruby General Insurance
Company Limited; Standard Insurance Company of New York; Svea-Nornan Insurance Company Limited; United Pacific Insurance Company; and The United Scottish
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The name of the Progressive Insurance Company of Canada was changed to London
and Midland General Insurance Company; Regal Insurance Company Limited to Global
General Insurance Company; The Hanover Fire Insurance Company to The Hanover
Insurance Company; Fire Association of Philadelphia to Reliance Insurance Company;
and Essex and Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society Limited to Essex and Suffolk Insurance Company Limited.
A complete list of insurers will be found on pages 9 to 36. A similar list, made
up to December 31st, 1958, was published in The British Columbia Gazette. For the
purposes of convenience the present list is made up to June 30th, 1959, so that it includes
insurers licensed since December 31st, 1958, and shows the classes of insurance for
which all insurers are now licensed.
On analysis the list shows that 52 companies (exclusive of fraternal societies) were
licensed for life insurance, 247 for fire insurance, 229 for automobile insurance, and 109
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 37 to 48.
There were three underwriters' agencies licensed under the Act, and the list appears
on page 36.
The taxes collected on unlicensed insurance amounted to $7,949.46.
The number of insurance agents' and salesmen's licences issued for the year 1958
is given below, together with a comparative table for the previous four years:—
Licences Issued to—
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
2,068
1,604
919
64
135
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
4,790
4,590
4,449
4,282
4,215
The number of real-estate agents' and salesmen's licences issued under the " Real
Estate Act" for the year 1958/59 in comparison with the previous four years is as
follows:—
Licences Issued to—
1958/59
1957/58
1956/57
1955/56
1954/55
1,032
3,809
1,032
3,476
1,009
3,035
990
2,932
997
2,593
Totals                 .           .              	
4,841
4,508
4,044
3,922
3,590
Respectfully submitted.
E. T. CANTELL,
Superintendent of Insurance. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1958
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D 37
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees
B.C.F.G. MUTUAL HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
E. M. Tait.
C. W. Husband.
E. A. Titchmarsh.
Directors
J. Luthy.
J. B. M. Clarke.
E. A. Titchmarsh, President.
C. M. Nettleton.
D. P. Fraser.
N. R. C. Pooley.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1958
Assets
Bonds (book value)  	
Cash on hand and in banks
Interest due and accrued 	
Premiums uncollected prior to October 1st, 1958
Stocks (book value) 	
  $38,508.75
  30,112.94
    270.00
  1,203.75
  50.00
$70,145.44
Deduct assets not admitted—
Premiums uncollected prior to October 1st, 1958        $1,203.75
Investment—Stocks unauthorized   50.00
         1,253.75
$68,891.69
Liabilities
Reinsurance premiums        $1,388.69
Guarantee stock—
Authorized        $50,000.00
Subscribed        18,730.00
Paid up      $18,730.00
Reserve Fund        48,773.00
Surplus         67,503.00
$68,891.69
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)   $ 140,430.09
Claims incurred (net)   $115,532.52
Adjustment expenses          5,310.00
Operating fee to Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Company       23,147.82
     143,990.34
Underwriting loss        $3,560.25
Other revenue—Interest earned  .         1,399.09
Net loss      $2,161.16
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 61.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. D 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA
BRITISH COLUMBIA INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
F. A. Griffiths.
C. G. Hobson.
Directors
W. H. Molyneux.
K. B. Mossop.
C. G. Hobson, President.
A. S. Llewelyn.
J. D. Christie.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1958
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value)
Cash on hand and in banks	
Accrued interest	
Reinsurance balances (affiliated companies)
Loans receivable (affiliated company) 	
Deduct assets not admitted—Deficiency of market under book value of bonds	
Total admitted assets	
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims	
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent) ...
Expenses due and accrued	
Taxes due and accrued	
Capital stock—
Authorized—
Preferred	
Common 	
Subscribed	
Paid up	
Surplus 	
$118,036.49
16,090.82
3,586.71
56,208.73
80,000.00
$273,922.75
2,376.03
$271,546.72
$6,898.06
37,458.37
450.00
7,631.34
$100,000.00
400,000.00
221,945.00
$111,177.50
107,931.45
219,108.95
$271,546.72
Premiums earned (net)
Claims incurred (net) _
Commissions 	
Taxes 	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses	
$32,166.45
40,605.16
15,590.54
757.08
47.99
Underwriting profit
Other revenue	
Other expenditure—
Australian Federal taxes
Income and excess-profits taxes	
Increase in deficiency of market under book value of
securities 	
Net profit
$4,711.36
1,287.18
757.55
$7,498.67
6,756.09
$97,792.04
89,167.22
$8,624.82
742.58
$9,367.40
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 61.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1958
BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
D 39
H. J. Lafreniere
J. Bird.
G. E. Lafreniere.
J. Lamb.
Directors
H. A. St. Laurent.
H. J. Lafreniere, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1958
Assets
Mortgage loans on real estate	
Bond and debentures (book value)
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest accrued	
Agents' balances
Office equipment at cost
Deduct assets not admitted
Liabilities
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)
Taxes due and accrued	
All other liabilities	
Capital stock—
Authorized 	
Subscribed and paid up
Surplus 	
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)
Claims incurred (net) ..
Commissions 	
Taxes 	
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
Other expenses 	
Underwriting loss
Other revenue—Interest earned
Net loss 	
$25,000.00
$19,972.47
9,572.65
935.68
6,192.80
1,226.61
$20,000.00
15,765.72
11,210.78
265.13
9,312.54
330.00
$56,884.17
1,413.29
$55,470.88
$38,166.45
675.68
6,216.64
10,000.00
412.11
$55,470.88
$35,579.22
37,900.21
$2,320.99
1,941.90
$379.09
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 61.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. D 40 BRITISH COLUMBIA
BRITISH PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
Harold J. Bailey. George T. Cunningham.        George R. Parsons.
Brenton S. Brown. Thomas S. Dixon. Harry J. Seed.
Ronald L. Cliff. lohn A. McMahon. Wm. E. Lebby.
L. St. M. Du Moulin.
Harry J. Seed, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1958
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value)  $1,088,124.51
Cash on hand and in banks  7,272.79
Accrued interest          11,720.59
Agents' balances         35,496.47
All other assets          77,140.78
$1,219,755.14
Deduct assets not admitted          72,077.10
Total admitted assets  $1,147,678.04
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims     $360,941.00
Adjustment expenses         18,500.00
Reserve for unearned premiums       312,922.42
Taxes due and accrued          41,510.72
Return premiums          10,594.57
Expenses due and accrued          18,570.50
Other liabilities         62,570.16
Capital stock—
Authorized    $ 1,000,000.00
Subscribed          274,150.00
Paid up      $277,025.00
Deficit in Profit and Loss Account          45,043.67
322,068.67
$1,147,678.04
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)  $2,495,866.57
Claims incurred (net)  $1,365,499.23
Commissions          368,170.09
Taxes            55,355.49
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       380,672.34
Other expenses        313,825.76
Group business reserve  9,500.00
    2,493,022.91
Underwriting profit          $2,843.66
Other revenue—
Interest earned       $42,118.90
Miscellaneous   671.45
      $42,790.35
Other expenditure—Income and excess-profits taxes  6,000.00
36,790.35
Net profit  .       $39,634.01
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 61.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1958
D 41
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,
Assets
1958
Bonds and debentures (book value)
Cash on hand and in banks 	
Interest accrued 	
Agents' balances and premiums due from reinsuring companies
Incorporation expense 	
Accounts receivable—Westins Holdings Ltd. 	
Amount due from reinsurance on losses already paid	
$657,051.50
177,324.30
8,639.93
259,046.59
5,725.26
31,194.01
41,369.63
Deduct assets not admitted—
Incorporation expense	
Accounts receivable—Westins Holdings Ltd.
Premiums due from reinsuring companies
$1,180,351.22
$5,725.26
31,194.01
434.98
Provisions for unpaid claims
Adjustment expenses
Liabilities
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, 80 per cent)
Taxes due and accrued	
Reinsurance premiums 	
Accounts payable 	
Sundries  	
37,354.25
$1,142,996.97
$255,213.00
20,420.00
403,554.94
26,242.74
245,513.60
6,561.84
12,442.18
Capital stock-
Authorized
Subscribed
Paid up
Deficit 	
$969,948.30
$2,500,000.00
500,000.00
$500,000.00
326,951.33
Premiums earned (net) 	
Claims incurred (net) 	
Adjustment expenses (net)
Commissions   	
Taxes   	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
Management fee—Westins Holdings Ltd.
Underwriting loss
$544,321.01
46,405.27
117,546.09
32,965.88
13,500.00
236,703.72
173,048.67
$1,142,996.97
$784,817.68
Other revenue—Interest earned and profit on sale of securities and real
estate        $30,475.98
Other expenditure—Sundries         3,873.64
991,441.97
$206,624.29
26,602.34
Net loss
5180,021.95
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 52, 57, and 61.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. D 42
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FRUIT GROWERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
E. M. Tait.
C. W. Husband.
E. A. Titchmarsh.
Directors
J. Luthy.
J. B. M. Clarke.
E. A. Titchmarsh, President.
C. M. Nettleton.
D. P. Fraser.
N. R. C. Pooley.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1958
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value)
Stocks (book value)
Cash on hand and in banks	
Accrued interest and rents due
Premiums uncollected	
Amount due from reinsurance companies—Losses paid
All other assets	
Deduct assets not admitted—Sundries
Provision for unpaid claims
Adjustment expenses
Liabilities
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)
jExpenses due and accrued	
Reinsurance premiums	
Return premiums 	
All other liabilities	
Guaranteed stock-
Authorized ...
Subscribed 	
Paid up _
$155,436.25
25.00
18,023.50
759.69
29,007.52
5,304.59
1,362.48
$209,919.03
8,396.94
$201,522.09
$22,007.75
745.00
65,768.49
2,108.75
26,977.27
1,601.10
4,106.74
$123,315.10
$500,000.00
144,000.00
Deficit in Profit and Loss Account
$144,000.00
67,793.01
78,206.99
$201,522.09
Premiums earned (net)	
Claims incurred (net)	
Adjustment expenses (net)
Taxes 	
Profit and Loss Account
$107,911.27
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses	
$67,773.52
2,194.84
998.74
62,768.70
37,038.57
Commissions
$170,774.37
.(Credit)      18,084.91
Underwriting loss
Other revenue	
Other expenditure	
Net loss	
$21,281.63
461.51
152,689.46
$44,778.19
20,820.12
$23,958.07
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 53, 58, and 63.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1958
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
D 43
E. E. Townsley.
L. T. Beharrell.
H. E. Burr.
J. T. Oliver.
L.T,
Directors
W. J. Park.
H. Bose.
L. Gilmore.
R. Appleby.
Beharrell, President.
H. S. Berry.
W. MacNair.
C. E. Newby.
R. U. Hurford.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1958
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
Liabilities
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 100 per cent)	
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 	
Premiums earned (net)
Claims incurred (net) _.
Adjustment expenses 	
Commissions	
Taxes 	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses .
All other expenses	
Underwriting loss
Other expenditure 	
Other revenue	
$159,175.91
25.00
2,198.05
5,592.19
1,144.03
9,586.28
$177,721.46
9,516.52
$168,204.94
$42,325.98
182.98
22,083.44
2,161.27
12,494.11
20,500.00
1,554.51
66,902.65
$168,204.94
$5,585.76
557.40
7,976.19
148.62
17,553.16
11,353.69
$43,080.96
$1,037.03
5,507.84
Net profit
43,174.82
$93.86
4,470.81
$4,376.95
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 54.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. D 44
BRITISH COLUMBIA
NORTH WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
C. W. Goodrich.
J. M. McNab.
S. Parker.
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, 1958
Assets
Bonds owned by the Company
Stocks owned by the Company
Mortgage loans on real estate _
Policy loans
Cash on hand and in banks	
Investment income, due and accrued	
Outstanding life assurance premiums	
Organizational expenses (1958 and prior)
Deduct assets not admitted
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	
Suspense items	
Capital stock paid 	
Deficit, Shareholders Fund 	
Assurance and Annuity Funds	
Income
Premiums and annuity consideration
Investment income (net) 	
Assessments (special group) 	
Miscellaneous revenue	
Disbursements
$304,371.67
21,343.75
103,497.71
10,301.97
21,921.38
4,700.99
328.91
12,271.78
$478,738.16
12,271.78
$466,466.38
$379,427.00
10,616.45
214.53
90.87
1,581.99
374.78
247.07
95.00
2,700.00
10.56
$395,358.25
64,103.05
— 10,624.62
17,629.70
$466,466.38
$85,057.91
19,705.84
23,451.96
2,359.16
$130,574.87
Claims incurred under assurance contracts
Normal increase in actuarial reserve	
Taxes, licences, and fees .
Commissions on assurance premiums .
General expenses 	
$83,099.87
27,774.85
2,048.26
-6,275.64
22,762.51
Excess of disbursements over income
141,961.13
$11,386.26
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 49.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1958
D 45
PACIFIC AUTOMOBILE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
A. H. Ray.
K. G. McCandless.
Directors
I. B. Quinn.
A. H. Ray, President.
R. D. J. Guy.
R. V. Kirkby.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1958
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value)
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest accrued	
Agents' balances
Amount due from reinsurance on losses paid
Incorporation expense	
Loan to shareholder	
Deduct assets not admitted
$138,832.00
22,478.14
1,655.85
39,337.80
21,554.72
2,602.08
20,643.87
$247,104.46
25,394.35
$221,710.11
Provision for unpaid claims
Adjustment expenses
Liabilities
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)
Expenses due and accrued	
Taxes due and accrued	
Reserve and unpaid losses, unlicensed reinsurance unsecured
Return premiums and balances due agents	
Reinsurance premiums 	
Capital stock—
Authorized  1	
Subscribed  	
Paid up	
Reserve fund 	
$300,000.00
150,000.00
Premiums earned (net) 	
Claims incurred (net) 	
Adjustment expenses (net)
Commissions (credit) 	
Taxes  '.	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
Other expenses 	
Underwriting profit	
Profit on sale of securities	
Other revenue—Interest earned	
Other expenditure—Income and excess-profits tax
Net profit
$3,700.00
400.00
17,225.18
5,387.69
1,869.58
4,970.31
18,725.96
7,750.78
$150,000.00
11,680.61
161,680.61
$221,710.11
$5,664.21
958.16
-3,988.12
2,456.96
2,071.00
14,860.83
$30,964.93
$153.00
5,159.55
1,400.00
22,023.04
$8,941.89
3,912.55
$12,854.44
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 59.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection.
■ D 46
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PACIFIC COAST FISHERMEN'S MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
M. Berg.
L. Wilman.
H. Tobiasen.
G. Dick.
H. Haugan.
A. Petersen.
Directors
F. York.
M. Nielson.
W. Emerson.
E. Wick.
H. Lloyd.
E. Bredalsen.
M. Pederson, President.
M. Pederson.
C. Lindrupson.
J. Person.
J. Daly.
O. Bjore.
W. K. Mead-Miller.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st,
Assets
Mortgage loans on real estate 	
Bonds and debentures 	
Book value of stocks	
1958
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, 1958
Prepaid rent 	
Investments 	
$5,850.00
216,892.96
990.00
45,262.56
27,018.69
3,137.09
30,493.97
23,277.91
$352,923.18
Miscellaneous
$3,828.52
5,915.10
11,490.00
17,362.81
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims
Reserve of unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)
Return premiums
Sundry accounts payable ...
Reserve for lay-up periods
Stock guaranteed-
Authorized
Subscribed  _
Paid up 	
Reserve fund 	
Surplus 	
38,596.43
$314,326.75
$59,425.50
100,811.86
4,040.46
550.00
28,000.00
$192,827.82
$25,000.00
15,920.00
15,920.00
53,978.53
51,600.40
$314,326.75
Premiums earned (net) 	
Claims incurred (net) 	
Adjustment expenses (net)
Taxes   	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses   _
$98,321.75
1,771.95
351.00
20,671.07
14,456.30
$203,635.16
Underwriting profit
Other revenue	
Other expenditure 	
$25,164.67
4,018.62
Net profit
135,572.07
$68,063.09
21,146.05
$89,209.14
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 67.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1958
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ROBERTS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Abbotsford, B.C.
F. R. Klassen.
I. J. Friesen.
J. J. Warkentin.
Directors
H. D. Epp.
J. G. Penner.
C. A. Thiessen.
E. D. Schroeder.
F. R. Klassen, President.
H. Hildebrand.
P. Giesbrecht.
P. Berg.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31st, 1958
Assets
Amortized book value of bonds and debentures
Cash on hand and in banks	
Accrued interest	
Agents' balances	
Incorporation expense 	
Prepaid expense 	
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances prior to October 1st, 1958
Incorporation expense 	
Prepaid expense 	
Liabilities
Reserve for unearned premium (net, at 80 per cent)
Expenses due and accrued .
Provision for unpaid claims
Reinsurance premiums 	
Guarantee stock—
Authorized  .__
Subscribed  	
Paid up 	
Reserve fund 	
Deficit  	
$100,000.00
2,400.00
Premiums earned (net)
Claims incurred (net) ...
Commissions  __.	
Taxes   	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses 	
Underwriting loss
Other revenue—
Interest earned 	
Entrance fees	
$293.85
16.75
Other expenditure—Bad debts written off
Net loss
$126.73
544.09
2,087.27
$285.00
4,000.00
1,569.19
$5,676.20
1,175.87
34.39
516.83
254.89
$310.60
4.31
$5,000.00
6,141.97
63.93
1,691.18
544.09
2,087.27
$15,528.44
2,758.09
$12,770.35
$5,566.06
309.40
4,000.00
169.08
$10,044.54
2,725.81
$12,770.35
$4,146.46
7,658.18
$3,511.72
306.29
$3,205.43
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 54.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are published
in this Report subject to inspection. D 48
BRITISH COLUMBIA
ROYAL GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Albert R. Jube.
R. T. Cunningham.
W. J. Christensen.
George R. Parsons.
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, 1958
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	
Overpayment of taxes (1957 and 1958) 	
Liabilities
Expenses due and accrued
Reinsurance premiums 	
Capital stock—
Authorized 	
Subscribed   	
I      Paid up	
Surplus 	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses	
Underwriting loss	
Other revenue—Interest earned	
Increase in amortized over book value
Other expenditure—
Income and excess-profits taxes _
Investment expenses .
Loss on sale of securities and real estate .
Net profit
$421,964.83
37,205.17
3,620.73
41,353.53
11,688.70
2,961.41
$518,794.37
$225.00
41,353.53
$1,000,000.00
100,000.00
$14,006.61
3,185.68
— $3,051.40
157.20
4,072.00
100,000.00
377,215.84
$518,794.37
$2,474.85
260.79
$2,735.64
17,192.29
1,177.80
$13,278.85
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 inspection. TABLE I.—ABSTRACT OF LIFE INSURANCE RETURNS FOR 1958
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
D 49
Premium Income
Disbursements
Exhibit of Policies
Assurance
Annuities
Sinking
Fund
Payments
Assurance
Annuities
In Force,
Jan.1,
1958
New
Issued
Insurer
On Death
or
Maturity
On Surrender, for
Disability,
Dividends,
etc.
To
Annuitants
On Death,
Surrender,
etc.
In Force,
Dec. 31,
1958
Aetna Life Insurance Co f Ordinary	
I Group	
Beacon Insurance Co. Ltd ....Ordinary	
Canada Life Assurance Co f Ordinary	
| Group	
Canadian Premier Life Insurance Co \ Ordinary...
\ Group	
Commercial Life Assurance Co. of Canada j Ordinary.-.
{ Group	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd Ordinary	
Confederation Life Association f Ordinary...
) Group	
Continental Assurance Co j Ordinary...
1 Group	
Continental Life Insurance Co j Ordinary	
1 Group	
Co-operative Life Insurance Co f Ordinary.—
| Group	
Credit Life Insurance Co J Ordinary—
1 Group	
Crown Life Insurance Co j Ordinary	
{ Group	
Cuna Mutual Insurance Society ( Ordinary	
1 Group	
Dominion Life Assurance Co 3 j Ordinary—
I Group	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co. f Ordinary	
1 Group	
T. Eaton Life Assurance Co .. (* Ordinary....
I Group	
Empire Life Insurance Co f Ordinary—
I Group	
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United ( Ordinary	
States i Group	
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada f Ordinary	
{ Group	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co f Ordinary	
( Group
Fidelity Life Assurance Co Ordinary	
Global Life Insurance Co Ordinary—.
Great-West Life Assurance Co. ( Ordinary	
{ Group	
Holland Life Insurance Society Ltd  ..Ordinary.-.
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada f Ordinary....
| Group	
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co | Ordinary....
I Group	
Life Insurance Co. of Alberta Ordinary	
f Ordinary—
London Life Insurance Co < Industrial..
[ Group	
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co  Ordinary	
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co. j Ordinary—
1 Group	
| Ordinaiy	
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co j Industrial...
[ Group	
Ministers Life & Casualty Union  Ordinary	
Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co f Ordinary	
( Group	
Monarch Life Assurance Co  Ordinary	
Montreal Life Insurance Co ..  f Ordinary—
| Group	
Munich Reinsurance Co  Ordinary-
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada f Ordinary	
( Group	
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York j Ordinary—
|Group	
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada j Ordinary	
I Group	
New York Life Insurance Co | Ordinary	
l Group	
North American Life & Casualty Co J Ordinary....
( Group	
North American Life Assurance Co j Ordinary....
I Group	
(Ordinary 
Group 
Special Assessment Group
Northern Life Assurance Co  f Ordinary	
I Group	
Norwich Union Life Insurance Society  Ordinary-
Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California f Ordinary...
/ Group	
Old Republic Life Insurance Co j Ordinary...
| Group	
Paul Revere Life Insurance Co ]" Ordinary—
/ Group	
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd j Ordinary—
} Group	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd. l j Ordinary—
\ Group	
| Ordinary-
Prudential Insurance Co. of America < Industrial..
( Group	
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd  ( Ordinary...
I Group	
Sovereign Life Assurance Co. of Canada Ordinary	
Standard Life Assurance Co f Ordinary	
/ Group	
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada f Ordinary	
I Group	
Travelers Insurance Co ( Ordinary	
| Group	
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co Ordinary-
United Benefit Life Insurance Co..„ f Ordinary.-
| Group	
Western Life Assurance Co  Ordinary	
Totals for 1958.	
Totals for 1957	
$157,883
418,111
37,360
2,512,411
562,760
66,408
1,991
82,419
5,348
1,952,818
208,430
52,515
75
354,592
—215
163,457
24,573
"412
1,712,298
454,752
35,697
863,410
1,383,489
19,878
167,583
137,719
37,074
247,085
1,188
5,631
16,176
292,376
880,205
12,831
207,847
Nil
3,154,967
304,094
19,415
1,434,982
55,918
143
1,700
21,839
4,249,344
770,991
482,119
17,986
2,434,956
26,247
3,946,456
1,484,735
483,411
10,350
527
4,134
1,102,716
326,761
12,442
Nil
5,141,605
196,416
358,588
4,774
378>iGi§
12,500
1,019,773
120,056?
174,106
54,178
2,510,192
90,166
79,268
65,011
696
201,069
474,141
29,934
833
1,416
205
165
10,329
763,306
6,525
2,495,381
456,045
234,577
150,723
2,240
230,056
362,787
100,713
4,690,861
1,728,813
306,877
213,623
835
61,934
1,823
46,057
$14,828
359,485
112,575
1,492
Wm
7,077
85,253
375,516
6,506
36,540
99,903
986,901
53,569
22,073
14,830
7,860
43,294
W7
1,119
4,622
400
6,311
o\997
Nil
208,978
820,153
165,085
138,845
51,878
187,150
161,734
265,016
180
223,879
73,524
7,910
72,970
Nil
204,156
151,438
412
5,241
148,958
1,018
4,299
194,053
1,239,201
865
498
57
26,873
61,662
1,179
91^591
93
18,518
159,727
1,489,476
162,807
717,340
2,604
908
498
Nil
Nil
$56,199,828 I $9,317,528
$51,644,969
$7,467,637
$84,737
254,593
619,925
368,630
559
5,865
3,970
735,054
139,801
2,500
1,506
75,728
3,000
54,258
16,294
425,702
322,762
491,844
376,764
3,811
21,500
42,701
19,500
61,032
~26,126
14,100
32,419
130,399
13,940
49,079
Nil
868,679
188,870
458,234
44,188
110
6,159
680,633
122,416
231,610
3,257
693,475
14,444
710,457
719,156
209,383
216,467
71,166
2,729
Nil
1,216,126
147,181
39,527
2,632
64,718
19,937
282,509
41,935
5,958
10,134
836,792
41,303
46,988
29,000
34,059
2,419
164,165
18,695
89
16
1,448
34,494
3,350
459,620
411,277
104,283
65,121
1,200
73,906
90,955
42,500
1,058,358
768,292
133,530
167,392
1,000
1,676
2,500
21,250
$45,737
17,766
4,720
717,202
83,171
1,222
19,606
114
659,505
11,078
9,899
103,715
8,388
4,145
382,422
11,907
6,244
173,098
471,526
24,705
22,233
39,139
3,624
7,818
57,161
203,238
638
54,672
Nil
1,040,657
5,000
14
467,922
350
32
280
5,163
1,506,135
262,538
109,788
4,512
660,192
1,169,859
829,476
188,107
1,811
862
254,693
62,698
9
Nil
1,856,636
21,013
67,310
921
50,991
360,432
18,838
14,030
831,847
7,112
35,508
25
71,873
36,998
225,729
1,031,700
279,891
59,358
45,393
72,515
67,345
14,467
1,757,833
650,467
57,896
4,500
630
2,822
24^071
$16,085,867 |$17,382,942
$542
13,685
1,200
153,840
19,707
2,465
486
59,747
147
3,656
42,985
63,443
29,672
8,669
390
2,625
640
8,969
11,657
2,417
600
Nil
125,933
89,238
30,102
25,623
3,872
68,281
653
18,637
130~250
57,127
2,893
18,331
Nil
210,957
15,635
5,681
812
7,389
60,407
37,381
110
770
1,825
541
4,990
18,364
35,176
64,691
103,301
170,072
166,694
1,444
$136,400
50,845
83,048
25,092
566
5,123
35,804
82,185
36,624
1,005
5,232
4.144
1,407
182
4,392
Nil
95,876
133,343
90,630
10,208
112,839
51,004
69,143
598
29,178
16,523
859
7,924
Nil
230,448
16,755
6,086
4,537
6,119
237,209
234,575
26
7,855
7,969
7
7,989
60,312
70,607
216,199
67,623
78,791
2,166
149
$1,904,722 I $2,345,596
$15,761,063
$15,573,719
$1,762,101 I $2,364,266
$6,122,889
55,626,970
3,015,678
103,045,851
43,483,200
6,699,676
332,740
3,214,033
1,125,842
43,438
87,691,765
32,384,448
1,938,224
14,475,552
1,725,000
5,200,847
2,496,841
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
Nil
143,952,083
43,237,044
611,472
55,312,934
7,994,530
4,800
173,120
214,269,119
20,857,312
53,649,283
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
Nil
231,124,840
25,817,558
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
50,860
75,110
2,400,000
21,033,572
400,600
89,265,835
10,473,610
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
$704,262
249,500
358,805
18,793,033
21,682,250
2,867,279
1,832,376
11,252,227
2,702,635
232,906
3,149,422
157,000
2,170,161
21,680
13,125,765
8,715,361
354,438
602,554
9,644,978
756,100
3,671,818
719,244
1,299,000
2,343,922
84,000
162,500
2,559,977
6,595,128
195,400
2,143,742
Nil
17,619,893
9,333,792
1,564,074
9,997,240
646,000
562,030
38,222,755
1,210,551
3,027,325
116,650
22,712,851
744,000
36,893,412
15,312
6,702,548
63,777
10,535,614
2,482,099
Nil
39,896,412
3,427,784
4,499,853
177,555
5,162,034
250,982
10,548,085
1,911,500
2,524,173
1,203,250
14,792,616
4,293,371
86,000
2,106,895
1,609,495
13,958,135
317,500
7,000
6,480,405
223,500
22,840,667
221,336
2,194,432
725,695
9067277
3,402,964
419,000
42,676,790
7,370,583
2,361,200
426,500
30,000
601,252
411,000
$6,331,622
54,073,795
3,235,093
113,717,164
63,657,725
8,950,399
389,195
4,669,874
967,895
43,438
90,353,672
36,027,908
1,915,147
16,033,476
197,000
6,281,889
2,716,792
20,229
82,728,935
73,232,842
2,320,202
120,414,292
56,581,370
2,565,725
9,025,878
5,787,942
8,617,500
12,958,505
183,500
325,708
2,084,000
15,545,489
34,767,834
2,411,914
9,854,162
Nil
151,215,192
54,219,654
2,002,288
60,865,243
8,689,173
4,800
168,840
1,507,735
238,604,392
20,973,141
57,571,028
580,645
116,034,783
1,771,500
190,018,427
31,690,228
61,737,782
501,675
14,065
379,500
58,982,962
16,048,843
1,064,401
Nil
256,354,204
29,768,218
15,262,804
616,513
21,211,162
17,917,630
43,488,611
15,032,795
9,467,131
8,764,957
114,150,822
14,235,094
1,803,019
412,500
5,586,814
17,500
7,142,936
57,990,800
2,518,264
321,945
26,860
114,900
12,030
2,659,805
25,410,340
617,479
101,817,727
9,718,101
27,840,256
9,519,030
250,500
10,896,395
18,328,283
17,293,525
222,774,051
162,424,761
14,427,400
37,511,425
53,805
2,338,224'
79,000
1,867,992
$2,875,657,268 I $479,661,627 I $3,211,680,016
$2,505,266,936 I $474,176,137
$2,908,480,093
TABLE II.—LIKE 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
1954       .
1955 	
1956          	
$34,123,000
37,708,000
41,308,000
44,668,000
46,683,000
$3,047,000
2,999,000
3,037,000
2,840,000
2,712,000
$6,095,000
7,461,000
10,085,000
11,605,000
6,805,000
$43,265,000
48,167,000
54,430,000
59,113,000
56,200,000
$11,698,000
11,538,000
13,439,000
15,761,000
16,086,000
$13,487,000
14,634,000
16,975,000
19,700,000
21,634,000
1
$25,185,000        J   $1,856,424,000
26,172,000              2,120,033,000
30,414,000              2,492,478,000
1957  -   -
35.461.000              2.908.480.000
1958	
37,720,000
3,211,680,000  REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1958
D 51
TABLE III.—TABLE OF FRATERNAL SOCIETIES—RETURNS FOR 1958
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
I
>remiuJm
s (Including Dues)
Disbursements
Name of Society
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o > 5
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33
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33
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$33,566
2,324
11,689
19,272
794
79,987
215,246
58,293
43,289
77,267
19,257
3,732
35,0301
73,626
9,689
23,942
21,230
$9
3,751
594
11,198
$14,494
8,568
7,228
6,057
48
1,649
216,172
$1,131
$49,200
14,643
19,511
37,465
842
82,268
432,559
58,293
57,669
114,420
34,899
3,845
50,462
92,094
9,689
23,015
36,306
33,202
$11,900
1,060
14,731
12,272
1,000
30,476
133,317
4,115
$150
2,836
2,123
11,177
	
	
$12,050
3,896
The Canadian Woodmen of the
World                       	
938
$32
16,854
Croatian    Fraternal    Union    of
23,481
First   Catholic    Slovak   Ladies'
1,000
High Court of the Canadian Order
632
1,141
315
212
30,791
133,529
4,115
14,380
34,514
15,642
18,882
53,389
19,050
18,882
1,372
1,267
3
1,735
55,124
North West Commercial Travel-
19,050
110
4,793
17,075
52,489
6,230
16,453
7,978
48
4,841
15,432
18,457
17,075
Sons of Scotland Benevolent As-
11
52,489
Supreme  Council  of the  Royal
6,230
United Commercial Travelers of
14,921
6,641
11,753
6,470
1,453
611
15,884
1,020
16,904
16,453
Workers' Benevolent Association
5,502
4,488
12,466
Totals for 1958	
$728,2331$39,241|$377,505
$5,403
$1,150,382
$405,210
$38,968|	
$1,052
$445,230
Totals for 1957	
$654,1431$37,136
1
$375,005
$5,2911$1,071,575
$340,414
$28,4501
1
$1,955|$370,819
1 D 52
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3)to (2)
(1)
$197,111
37,633
284
125,282
113,745
64,547
63,973
18,382
53,099
2,990
25,505
6,114
115,141
—896
11,892
55,317
106,938
86,245
14,916
4,449
31,954
185,588
34,952
7,000
7,802
12,427
20,797
62,213
20,939
48,728
22,978
38,027
133,334
8,348
12,762
(2)
$168,202
56,707
142
160,738
136,084
9,098
44,103
22,509
42,059
4,958
27,569
12,053
93,540
9,745
52,922
105,860
96,841
27,556
19,636
26,698
122,518
—2,741
13,554
27,655
70,189
16,103
142,318
41,630
90,322
(3)
$86,177
22,290
Per Cent
51.23
39.31
99,668
70,886
2,418
16,576
8,377
29,479
2,532
7,071
6,050
46,898
8,164
6,193
24,899
48,891
45,903
9,988
12,044
—3,155
93,197
2,501
11,462
7,828
8,983
7,246
— 126,903
14,095
31,763
8,012
26,127
81,103
5,965
7,312
62.00
52.09
26.58
37.58
37.22
70.10
51.07
25.65
50.19
50.14
63.55
47.05
46.18
47.40
36.25
61.34
76.07
84.57
28.30
12.80
45.00
33.86
35.17
40,349
137,554
8,564
13,711
64.75
58.96
69.65
53.33
39,946
27,616
5,081
148,034
40,032
16,512
185,152
86,684
15,671
33,168
54,484
246,934
28,000
12,796
132,850
-255
108,438
9,013
74,409
163,425
641
53,094
28,249
10,669
95,812
31,745
40,124
122,927
115,903
51,185
13,809
7,802
50,690
23,052
1,830
120,081
19,195
23,808
168,472
90,245
15,335
18,680
53,746
193,553
20,158
17,267
89,695
-467
86,033
7,132
85,113
142,210
2,534
44,990
29,790
20,355
69,078
34,690
25,396
119,225
103,984
36,607
11,526
27,655
14,946
7,988
3,661
51,420
27,108
5,914
65,603
33,043
6,667
19,298
27,440
120,835
13,090
5,334
106,750
249
54,531
2,669
39,060
43,293
167
20,078
15,628
21,617
39,535
20,099
14,951
32,082
66,082
21,337
3,994
7,828
29.49
34.65
200.05
42.82
141.22
24.84
38.94
36.61
43.47
103.31
51.05
62.42
64.94
30.89
119.02
63.38
37.42
45.89
30.44
6.59
44.63
52.46
106.20
57.23
57.94
58.87
26.91
63.55
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.           .;, .
58.28
34.65
F.aglfl Star Tnsurjin™ C.n. ltd,
28.30
$3,750,466
$3,590,404
$1,642,337 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1958 D 53
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward-
Economical Mutual Insurance Co 	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd..
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd	
Ensign Insurance Co-
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
Essex & Suffolk Insurance Co. Ltd	
Excess Insurance Co. Ltd	
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada-
Federal Insurance Co    	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co-
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of New York-
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co	
Fireman's Insurance Co. of Newark	
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada-
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd—
General Insurance Co. of America	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada-
Glens Falls Insurance Co	
Global General Insurance Co	
Global Reinsurance Co 	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada-
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
Grain Insurance & Guarantee Co 	
Granite State Fire Insurance Co	
Great American Insurance Co.	
Great Eastern Insurance Co	
Great Lakes Reinsurance Co	
Guarantee Co. of North America	
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada-
Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd	
Halifax Insurance Co	
Hanover Insurance Co 	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co— 	
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd	
Home Fire & Marine Insurance Co. of California-
Home Insurance Co  	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office-
Insurance Co. of North America-
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd-
Jersey Insurance Co. of New York-
Kansas City Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd	
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co-
Licenses & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd-
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co 	
Local Government Guarantee Society Ltd	
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd  	
London & County Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. of Canada
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Midland General Insurance Co— 	
London & Provincial Marine & General Insurance Co, Ltd..
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd	
London Assurance	
London-Canada Insurance Co 	
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd-
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co-
Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance Co-
Maryland Casualty Co	
Mercantile Insurance Co  	
Merchants & Manufacturers Insurance Co	
Merchants Fire Assurance Corporation of New York-
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Merit Insurance Co   	
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wis-
Carried forward.	
(1)
$3,750,466
63,464
182,540
19,961
—84
10,619
7,310
51,872
30,267
110,314
138,686
80,664
79,902
76,290
143,330
45,673
86,463
73,988
12,322
669,018
25,883
12,434
33,442
144,174
70,005
169,576
2,427
1,953
116,819
327
60,809
32,280
229,218
86,112
58,805
129,171
22,606
109,352
54,744
359
89,105
35,002
59,264
31,484
148,447
11,320
68,322
583
54,792
59,849
5,757
21,033
16,417
159,925
35,002
4,200
17,951
10,018
72,305
190,896
3,059
9,265
25,111
117,271
12,989
37,011
1,001
7,202
4,441
43,131
22,635
50,370
25,321
Nil
422,622
(2)
$3,590,404
52,001
130,523
26,079
1,523
8,998
6,524
28,254
31,918
111,865
134,318
115,572
72,147
82,840
138,776
40,964
78,513
57,404
8,113
559,088
22,856
7,660
4,382
72,015
63,384
161,794
2,347
6,828
99,991
881
32,871
14,527
259,936
98,472
52,086
119,256
14,179
112,759
47,274
1,122
114,563
31,692
62,269
27,882
130,329
7,153
67,632
3,356
60,384
64,801
14,753
18,463
15,925
140,870
32,919
3,011
12,441
8,826
62,769
200,570
3,305
10,394
26,452
117,204
11,605
32,197
— 191
47,475
1,387
7,594
24,867
46,620
19,132
Nil
368,686
(3)
$1,642,337
42,242
32,638
5,443
1,775
4,016
3,488
17,135
16,745
32,186
84,936
40,473
31,843
58,589
85,182
14,330
34,447
20,980
239
239,045
14,194
2,410
4,237
61,549
37,233
127,547
—_
49,590
119
36,466
3,162
137,144
51,933
17,758
52,447
6,129
32,845
7,048
111
59,357
18,616
20,891
22,860
78,564
13,024
31,235
—2,930
21,619
13,193
108
3,659
11,883
66,046
18,616
1,967
4,760
7,274
43,676
81,128
810
9,096
9,252
52,350
13,663
25,808
50044
507
1,889
9,473
33,392
8,873
Nil
290,713
Per Cent
81.23
25.01
20.87
116.54
44.63
53.46
60.65
52.46
28.77
63.24
35.01
44.14
70.73
61.38
34.98
43.87
36.55
2.95
42.75
62.10
31.46
96.69
85.47
58.74
78.83
49.59
13.50
110.94
21.77
52.76
52.74
34.09
43.98
43.22
29.13
14.90
9.89
51.81
58.74
33.55
81.99
60.28
182.07
46.18
35.80
20.36
.73
19.82
74.62
46.88
58.74
65.33
38.26
82.41
69.58
40.45
24.51
87.51
34.97
44.66
117.00
80.16
105.41
36.55
24.87
38.09
71.63
46.38
78.85
$8,866,662
$8,267,779
$4,071,310 D 54 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward.  	
Missisquoi & Rouville Insurance Co	
Monarch Insurance Co. of Ohio  _	
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd.   	
Munich Reinsurance Co     	
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia  	
National-Ben Franklin Insurance Co	
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd.
National Firo & Casualty Insurance Co	
National Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd  	
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  	
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	
Reinsurance Corporation Ltd	
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 Mutual Casualty Co	
Security National Insurance Co 	
Skandinavia Insurance Co. Ltd  	
South British Insurance Co. Ltd  — 	
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co   	
State Assurance Co. Ltd  	
Carried forward  	
(1)
$8,866,662
28,203
—8,625
14,000
73,288
42,195
71,972
85,301
3,814
14,000
8,795
—206
17,757
84,507
83,326
48,397
1,939,965
58,100
130,231
—4,159
52,569
20,385
186,680
420,291
41,663
180,224
9,700
47,063
30,349
2V/7
36,279
25,505
121,790
23,712
16,219
217,343
61,723
—4,084
— 120
414,993
89,259
15,742
6,890
126,146
24,871
46,232
294,214
10,173
125,444
26,723
62,753
65,014
61,909
4,617
159,771
389,447
33,480
50,499
73,040
2,208
50,998
24,165
11,473
58,591
86,876
17,948
704
23,442
42,610
20,870
29,251
46,507
24,261
(2)
$8,267,779
24,881
20,557
10,008
36,145
43,081
59,438
68,263
82,993
10,080
6,538
551
22,161
86,012
72,783
126,871
2,074,695
50,220
99,247
14,783
42,427
19,840
211,264
350,157
62,598
162,308
3,871
49,181
26,618
Nil
27,295
27,578
120,562
20,987
14,291
172,370
57,726
183
—4,487
354,783
76,507
13,871
2,842
148,314
8,455
54,594
257,271
21,932
111,829
22,713
53,738
45,283
67,523
6,369
141,892
337,382
35,270
40,149
58,857
24,462
48,108
12,437
10,022
61,722
84,559
17,475
164
13,714
37,433
33,792
1,933
25,385
20,456
$15,565,935
$14,793,091
(3)
$4,071,310
18,746
9,735
6,545
20,667
5,586
35,746
36,198
1,195
6,545
3,738
108
8,044
67,301
44,342
41,774
1,922,663
25,780
60,338
6,176
23,229
4,071
68,250
274,533
29,139
—3,465
3,156
13,088
8,813
Nil
42,654
7,071
55,681
9,403
11,777
127,545
37,632
—257
1
179,587
33,197
11,430
687
92,646
4,140
30,960
120,524
6,083
29,577
7,430
34,847
24,585
34,062
5,676
20,592
213,809
12,336
20,884
18,465
4,657
38,475
1,594
9,248
21,588
27,628
15,289
8,009
24,517
9,612
10,058
22,650
9,796
Per Cent
75.34
47.36
65.40
57.18
13.00
60.14
53.02
1.44
64.93
57.17
19.60
36.30
78.24
60.92
32.93
92.67
51.33
60.80
41.78
54.75
20.52
32.30
78.40
46.55
81.53
26.61
33.11
156.27
25.64
46.18
44.80
82.41
73.99
65.19
50.62
43.39
82.40
24.17
62.47
48.97
56.71
46.84
27.74
26.45
32.71
64.85
54.29
50.44
140.89
14.51
63.37
34.98
52.01
31.37
19.00
79.97
12.82
92.27
34.98
32.67
87.49
58.40
65.50
28.44
520.33
89.23
47.89
$8,209,496 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1958
D 55
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND
LOSSES FOR 1958—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$15,565,935
57,777
117,351
— 1,701
113,020
32,753
Nil
(2)
$14,793,091
59,506
103,315
(3)
$8,209,496
30,886
85,207
20,876
31,217
22,179
Nil
— 108
16,507
14,886
82,765
7,181
36,148
1,967
7,476
3,160
5,960
26,593
24,224
668
110,298
299,601
23,444
65
64,526
14,610
Per Cent
51.90
82.47
Svea-Nornan Insurance Co. Ltd  _.   .  	
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Toronto General Insurance Co _. 	
83,459
15,706
Nil
20,838
34,682
201,068
14,172
62,582
3,011
11,071
7,371
31,154
51,766
52,884
2,168
170,567
482,250
44,684
-17,197
122,193
42,589
37.40
141.21
31,720
38,014
208,226
16,426
31,504
4,200
327
18,583
44,237
15,465
58,570
4,118
213,000
564,531
42,374
-22,965
128,984
32,074
42,720
33,480
204,980
119,229
79.22
42.92
41.16
50.67
Union Reinsurance Co   -	
57.76
United British Insurance Co. Ltd.       	
65.33
67.52
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
42.87
United States Fire Insurance Co  ■            	
19.13
51.37
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd-	
45.84
30.81
64.67
62.12
Wellington Fire Insurance Co      	
52.47
52.81
34.30
World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd-	
World Marine & General Insurance Co  	
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd-  „.
24,656
35,270
189,918
80,000
5,760
12,336
133,907
41,597
23.36
34.97
70.51
Zurich Insurance Co	
52.00
Totals for 1958.	
$17,714,932
$16,722,774
$9,333,432
55.81
Totals for 1957 	
$16,076,004
$14,410,894
$10,722,269
74.40
Note.—The entire business of this Insurer has been reinsured by one or more Insurers whose names are included
in the foregoing table, and the figures in the latter case are included in the figures for that Insurer or Insurers.
Reciprocal Exchanges
Name of Exchange
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$80,777
1,093
24,892
539,780
6,189
141,543
(2)
$67,242
1,737
30,483
369,203
5,603
113,053
(3)
$111,546
25
Per Cent
165.89
1.44
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter-Insurance
559,082
4,194
58,222
151.43
Retail Lumbermen's Inter-Insurance Exchange 	
Truck Insurance Exchange 	
74.85
51.50
Totals for 1958 ...          	
$794,274
$587,321
$733,069
124.82
Totals for 1957	
$343,793
$252,747
$180,836
71.55 D 56
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
1954
$16,074,000
15,063,000
15,053,000
16,076,000
17,715,000
$15,396,000
15,279,000
15,344,000
14,411,000
16,723,000
$5,794,000
8,636,000
11,667,000
10,722,000
9,333,000
Per Cent
37.63
1955
56.53
1056
76.07
1057
74.40
195R
55.81 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1958
D 57
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Acadia Insurance Co	
Adriatic Insurance Co 	
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co—
Aetna Insurance Co	
Albion Insurance Co. of Canada-
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd ,	
Allstate Insurance Co 	
Alpina Insurance Co. Ltd-
American Automobile Insurance Co-
American Insurance Co  	
American National Fire Insurance Co-
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd	
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd  	
Baloise Fire Insurance Co. of Canada...
Baloise Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Bankers & Shippers Insurance Co. of New York-
Bankers & Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd	
Beaver Insurance Co  	
Boston Insurance Co  	
British America Assurance Co	
British Canadian Insurance Co—	
British Commonwealth Insurance Co-
British Empire Assurance Co-
British Law Insurance Co. Ltd 	
British Northwestern Insurance Co..
British Oak Insurance Co. Ltd	
British Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Caledonian-Canadian Insurance Co.	
Caledonian Insurance Co 	
Calvert Fire Insurance Co  	
Cambrian Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co-
Canada Security Assurance Co 	
Canadian Commerce Insurance Co	
Canadian Fire Insurance Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co 	
Canadian Home Assurance Co 	
Canadian Indemnity Co-
Canadian Mercantile Insurance Co-
Canadian National Insurance Co	
Canadian Provincial Insurance Co-
Canadian Surety Co-
Canadian Western Insurance Co	
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd-
Casualty Co. of Canada-
Central Mutual Insurance Co	
Century Insurance Co. Ltd	
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada-
Commerce General Insurance Co-
Commercial Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J—
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd	
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co 	
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co-
Continental Casualty Co	
Continental Insurance Co	
Contingency Insurance Co. Ltd	
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co..
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd	
Dominion Insurance Corporation..
Dominon of Canada General Insurance Co-
Eagle Fire Co. of New York-
Economical Mutual Insurance Co	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd-
Employers Mutual Casualty Co-
Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin-
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd	
Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Excess Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Carried forward-
(1)
$76,208
86,383
—868
59,634
20,649
122,148
2,645,442
21,182
Nil
66,267
732
72,748
145,291
177,877
30,429
68,309
175,973
36,028
80
348,850
55,068
22,601
127,763
32,276
57,296
36,028
226,975
84,544
291,016
1,178
31,279
155,083
95,680
6,052
248,876
170,528
31,992
421,701
186,677
40,827
122,320
265,607
381,976
91,007
93,825
8,786
72,748
25,821
183,721
Nil
70,297
21,661
59,599
23,309
36,505
-94
375,155
238,788
52,474
375,299
10,619
132,202
337,997
721,396
1,432
497
4,332
— 176
$10,183,905
(2)
$67,693
62,611
57,967
14,988
99,697
2,447,585
17,168
Nil
47,879
915
64,496
120,434
113,233
27,918
70,299
164,555
37,414
52
326,000
30,105
33,608
126,886
62,785
60,864
39,151
236,244
94,017
315,593
2,250
31,101
157,606
81,431
9,768
231,361
170,822
37,011
407,808
176,423
38,200
97,448
241,346
335,213
89,489
85,984
8,614
64,496
24,847
171,915
Nil
72,777
33,393
58,081
26,290
34,086
19,456
296,080
220,500
47,978
339,773
9,966
114,856
341,077
651,926
1,451
542
6,679
900
$9,479,101
(3)
$40,791
48,507
531
25,868
12,896
68,988
1,377,594
23,946
Nil
32,599
749
32,159
74,540
68,334
18,189
32,514
91,176
22,206
165,096
31,744
24,521
65,779
4,733
53,431
22,206
139,895
73,771
230,535
1,592
17,701
128,117
63,693
-233
93,489
137,363
25,543
188,053
118,180
26,190
68,250
165,459
217,901
57,797
63,962
—640
32,159
14,559
117,857
Nil
53,726
44,236
41,660
13,437
19,634
-3,587
197,652
125,272
19,769
255,847
2,693
102,879
242,179
421,952
—393
8,847
10,503
Per Cent
60.26
77.47
44.60
86.04
69.20
56.28
139.48
68.10
81.86
49.86
61.89
60.35
65.15
46.25
55.38
59.35
50.64
105.44
72.96
51.84
7.54
87.79
56.72
59.22
78.46
73.04
70.76
56.91
81.29
78.22
40.36
80.41
69.01
46.11
66.99
68.56
70.04
68.56
65.00
64.58
74.39
49.86
58.60
68.56
73.82
132.47
71.73
51.11
57.60
66.75
56.81
41.20
75.30
27.02
89.57
71.00
64.72
132.46
1,167.00
$5,876,596    | D 58 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1958—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward-
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada-
Federal Insurance Co.  	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co-
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York (see note)..
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada .
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of New York-
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada   	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co  	
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co   	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada 	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.
General Exchange Insurance Corporation   	
General Insurance Co. of America   	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Glens Falls Insurance Co — 	
Global General Insurance Co  	
Global Reinsurance Co.
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada  —
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co...
Great American Indemnity Co	
Great American Insurance Co.	
Great Eastern Insurance Co	
Great Lakes Reinsurance Co	
Guarantee Co. of North America	
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd—
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada-
Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd	
Halifax Insurance Co-
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co..
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co—
Home Insurance Co-
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office-
Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America-
Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd	
Jersey Insurance Co. of New York-
Kansas City Fire & Marine Insurance Co-
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd—
Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd—
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co-
Licenses & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd..
Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co..
London & County Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. of Canada-
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Midland General Insurance Co.
London & Provincial Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd...
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd	
London Assurance.  	
London-Canada Insurance Co.
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd-
Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co-
Maryland Casualty Co	
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd—
Merit Insurance Co   	
Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co 	
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wis-
Monarch Insurance Co. of Ohio	
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd	
Motors Insurance Corporation  _ _.
Munich Reinsurance Co-
National-Ben Franklin Insurance Co.— 	
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd.
National Fire & Casualty Insurance Co  	
National Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd 	
New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co	
New India Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Carried forward 	
(1)
$10,183,905
63,856
151,609
275,895
104,181
47,998
85,291
51,510
79,008
132,862
181,411
125,410
867,930
1,068,035
37,704
23
28,000
284,806
122,795
701,468
6,204
18,835
29,979
40,469
38,982
125,118
1,119,759
105,180
276,322
173,007
100,530
114,267
39,707
61,398
166,779
25,611
35,606
1Vi7
21,136
43,642
Nil
119,347
98,389
12,395
117,320
30,248
209,207
61,398
11,516
126,450
341,577
127,590
8,962
22,472
3,590
103,284
60,075
268,134
8,419
25,359
29,762
437,880
438,581
1,716,374
284
182,216
Nil
24,910
7
172,02o
214
9,101
35
10,282
(2)
$9,479,101
62,230
148,586
240,366
117,223
30,814
79,179
47,875
76,951
97,059
131,388
106,131
760,568
948,620
43,444
12
13,862
126,625
116,111
682,404
28,691
17,353
32,354
37,258
19,283
120,744
1,080,904
102,344
253,757
150,151
93,553
106,297
36,647
58,956
169,697
23,252
41,145
Nil
24,094
44,914
Nil
116,473
104,136
9,436
83,413
34,441
197,821
58,056
11,323
123,765
327,048
111,643
4,705
74,233
11,731
100,017
54,034
236,285
8,243
17,772
26,898
469,774
371,895
1,576,189
2,839
179,090
Nil
17,663
15
160,610
15,027
8,950
17
4,996
(3)
$5,876,596
44,136
39,572
101,565
143,546
32,691
85,209
28,036
67,665
56,063
83,671
79,753
589,584
437,451
31,645
—2,031
8,853
159,495
57,472
355,255
23,131
14,229
21,242
92,775
16,112
70,807
632,678
55,822
127,171
148,112
44,935
83,722
30,766
28,736
123,159
12,296
36,795
Nil
18,443
20,772
Nil
66,701
73,420
6,920
87,453
24,495
97,914
28,736
1,759
109,703
191,104
62,339
—969
43,556
6,275
59,678
41,095
142,769
1,236
2,017
36,751
396,183
259,204
723,722
1,712
115,586
Nil
13,665
—268
91,648
12,150
5,763
Per Cent
70.92
26.63
42.25
122.48
106.09
107.62
58.56
87.93
57.76
63.68
75.15
77.52
46.11
72.84
125.96
49.50
52.06
80.62
82.00
65.65
249.01
83.56
58.64
58.53
54.54
50.12
98.64
48.03
78.76
83.95
49.50
72.58
52.88
89.43
76.55
46.25
57.27
70.50
73.34
104.84
71.12
49.50
49.50
15.53
88.64
58.43
55.84
58.67
53.49
59.67
76.00
60.42
14.99
11.35
136.63
84.33
69.70
45.92
60.30
64.54
1,614
77.37
57.09
80.85
64.39
32.30
$21,913,634 | $20,268,481
$12,581,861 | REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1958 D 59
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  19'58—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward-
New York Underwriters Insurance Co 	
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co  —  _ 	
Non-Marine Underwriters, Members of Lloyd's, London,
Eng  	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
North Pacific Insurance Co. Ltd   —
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 Automobile & Fire Insurance Co _ 	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co — _ 	
Pacific Indemnity Co  -   -	
Pacific Insurance Co. of New York-  	
Palatine Insurance Co. Ltd    -
Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd — 	
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd. _ 	
Phenix Fire Insurance Co.    —
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Phoenix Insurance Co.      —  	
Providence Washington Insurance Co . 	
Provident Assurance Co -  	
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd. 	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd    	
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd  — 	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co   	
Reinsurance Corporation Ltd   -	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada—.	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia	
Royal Exchange Assurance.—  	
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada (see note)	
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Ruby General Insurance Co— —    	
Safeco Insurance Co. of America	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co  	
St. Paul Mercury Insurance Co. of St. Paul  	
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 Mutual Casualty Co. 	
Service Fire Insurance Co. of New York — —
Skandinavia Insurance Co. Ltd    —	
South British Insurance Co. Ltd. (see note).  -
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co  —	
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co  	
State Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Storebrand Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Sun Insurance Office Ltd  	
Svea-Nornan Insurance Co. Ltd..   	
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Toronto General Insurance Co    _ 	
Traders General Insurance Co.. _ —
Transcontinental Insurance Co.—   —
Transport Indemnity Co 	
Travelers Indemnity Co   _	
Travelers Insurance Co      	
Union Assurance Society Ltd   	
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd    	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
Union Reinsurance Co  	
United British Insurance Co. Ltd 	
United Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd    	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co— 	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Unity Fire & General Insurance Co  	
Carried forward	
(1)
$21,913,634
5,006
156,320
75,418
561,593
158,804
17,872
298,524
719,496
546
310,824
9,722
72,945
225,120
Nil
10,282
41,733
72,748
19,780
77,796
25,013
9,332
274,887
5
343,565
35,896
106,396
44,482
213,939
377,464
174,236
53,543
25,311
26,524
5,125
173,470
463,764
172,012
39,366
151,976
20,428
351,672
29,045
7,056
18,910
97,017
10,338
9,101
52,815
14,899
11,766
9,101
7,046
173,464
26,024
114,267
139,523
219,452
69,301
377,073
Nil
30,322
403,653
76,208
4,861
4,550
16,145
103,212
4,455
60,679
(2)
$20,268,481
3,941
130,841
73,104
577,495
143,687
34,062
203,234
643,223
400
276,782
4,912
57,632
228,647
Nil
7,980
28,273
64,271
34,254
80,064
25,283
7,754
259,989
26
306,109
55,337
107,784
30,528
199,297
357,177
170,021
50,472
22,241
38,574
5,939
165,940
436,837
160,595
8,806
169,273
26,715
327,043
25,085
11,176
37,772
93,389
11,453
6,699
77,433
8,839
58
5,783
8,950
6,386
158,543
99,578
139,764
281,907
54,880
322,520
Nil
30,523
404,827
67,890
4,474
28,709
96,249
2,339
86,311
(3)
$12,581,861
676
85,428
24,893
391,338
87,975
19,985
114,649
289,072
61
186,485
2,328
31,795
185,976
Nil
1,271
5,664
32,159
—937
37,030
20,665
6,251
117,239
183,423
73,305
96,889
17,977
143,860
231,893
109,697
31,706
8,548
54,167
2,595
106,391
213,259
91,647
3,881
97,481
7,230
194,347
9,933
9,046
50,925
48,614
6,993
4,578
67,259
7,856
924
5,763
3,242
101,363
46,107
83,722
112,388
159,412
-749
38,816
180,674
Nil
24,888
239,818
40,791
2,882
18,189
39,937
586
24,394
Per Cent
17.15
65.29
34.05
67.76
61.23
58.67
56.41
44.94
15.25
67.38
47.39
55.17
81.34
15.93
20.03
50.04
46.25
81.73
80.62
45.09
59.92
132.47
89.89
58.89
72.18
64.93
64.52
62.82
38.43
140.42
43.69
64.11
48.82
57.07
44.07
57.59
27.00
59.42
39.60
80.94
134.82
52.06
61.05
68.34
86.90
15.98
64.39
50.77
63.93
84.06
80.41
56.55
70.73
56.02
81.54
59.24
60.08
64.41
63.35
41.49
25.05
28.26
$29,926,852    | $27,864,560
$17,218,511 D 60 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VI.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward-
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd	
Victoria Insurance Co. of Canada-
Victory Insurance Co.-
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co-
Wellington Fire Insurance Co	
Westchester Fire Insurance Co.	
Western Assurance Co	
Western Union Insurance Co	
Westminster Fire Office (see note)	
World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd-
World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd-
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd	
Zurich Insurance Co	
Totals for 1958-
Totals for 1957-
(1)
$29,926,852
7,650
3,590
72,131
1,802,053
89,399
32,683
320,184
341,843
110,611
22,390
348,215
932,646
(2)
$27,864,560
4,210
1,770
61,458
1,634,918
87,122
— 1,164
289,633
349,114
80,399
19,311
340,918
818,279
(3)
$17,218,511
— 112
3,098
29,056
1,107,255
62,492
-4,335
161,461
170,292
35,589
6,610
223,535
446,908
Per Cent
175.03
47.28
67.72
71.73
55.75
48.77
44.27
31.64
65.57
54.60
$34,010,247    | $31,550,528
$19,460,360    | 61.68
$28,870,532
$27,189,026
$19,957,049    I 73.40
Note.—The entire business of this Insurer has been reinsured by one or more Insurers whose names are included
in the foregoing table, and the figures in the latter case are included in the figures for that Insurer or Insurers.
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
1954  	
1955                                                         .    	
$22,496,000
23,101,000
25,069,000
28,871,000
34,010,000
$21,947,000
22,661,000
24,016,000
27,189,000
31,551,000
$11,402,000
13,372,000
17,887,000
19,957,000
19,460,000
Per Cent
51.95
59.01
1956
74.51
1957 	
1958         	
73.40
61.68 TABLE VIII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958                                                                                                                                                                                                                  D 61
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
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
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
' Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
1.  Acadia Insurance. Co,
$569
$216
$8,450
$2,234
$166
$79
207
$82
$14
	
$2,082
$1,211
!   $847
|  1,246
J 3,462
$187
$887
$673
$37,529
$29,435
$5,758
$2,820
$1,481
$833
S.L.              $9
1
2.  Adriatic; Insurance. C.n,
	
->
3.   Aetna Casualty a«d Surety Cn,
335
13,131
253
17
$817
266
—$8,123
—682
— 1,302
1,604
$821
85
—$7,058
945
4,266
64,576
4,756
50,143
600
32,011
536
—734
W.D.            48
fE.                443
\ Ex.               658
[H.                140
3
4.  Aetna Insurance Co.
6
418
3
1,082
4,111
—400
1,266
98
—203
7,037
1,298
504
293
—2,071
7,210
1,206
]
J
5
5.   Aetna T.ife Insurance Cn,
175
$482,962
$377,119
fi.  Agricultural Tnsnranr.fi Co.
188
911
1,271
1,130
j 3,081
14,797
14,836
7,726
2,455
4,871
269,714
935
87,398
1,699
—318,292
1,266
4,346
	
fi
7.  Alliance. Assurance. Cn  T.td,
— 179
19,388
8,411
4,807
—185
—2,479
750
1,307
1,000
516
277
E.                 952
7
8.   Allstate. Insurance. Cn,
	
	
g
9. Alpine Insurance Co. Ltd.                        .
7,131
	
	
62,272
6,045
39,783
1,153
44
34
43,815
24,977
1,564
9
10. American Casualty Co. of Reading, Pennsylvania	
11. American Credit Indemnity Co. of New York      .   _
	
10
196
229
31
33,190
54,491
	
C.            15,028
$1,314
11
12. American Equitable Assurance Co. of New York	
13, American Tnsnranre Co.
46
	
	
	
	
6
240
29
532
1,052
2
592
7
527
1,909
"2OO
50
~— 79
23
768
21,547
276
6,176
16,322
— 157
3,793
9,492
24,933
4,299
1,261
6,325
38,324
378
—4,914
484
1,704
3,981
202
12
17
614
~Tjloo
12
	
946
321
1,472
122
1,616
114
445
88
13
293
3,162
	
13
14. American National Fire Insurance Co.
8
3,804
10,036
321
287
	
107
1
67
~~95
—44
727
368
	
14
15. Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co, Ltd.
20
41
2
14,645
52,721
9,681
138,520
1,882
E.                    2
15
16
16. Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd 	
	
971
17. Aviation & General Insurance Co. Ltd. ,
—8
—1,599
17
18. Baloise Fire Insurance Co. of Canada
—84
1,188
ll 9,000
139
279
5,525
—99
60
177
1,546
7,114
7,310
915
82
-15
37
18
19. Baloise. Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.
1,198
	
	
	
459
—349
19
?,0. Baltica Insurance Co. Ltd.           	
756
851
	
20
21. Bankers & Shippers Insurance Co. of New York.
6,235
3,297
—1,848
488
	
1,070
388
1,656
460
130
—299
60
21
22. Bankers & Traders Insurance Co.
	
1
22
23. B.C.F.G. Mutual Hail Insurance Co.
	
	
	
H.          154,319
115,533
23
?4, Thayer insurance Cn,
930
59
	
	
	
	
108
44
39
3,680
23,445
—16
—25
24
25
25. Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Canada
B.          187,494
12,066
26. Boston Insurance Co,              ..
232
11,904
686
— 1,207
— 189
—285
—287
6,594
178
1 3,838
—48
250,168
39,457
21,042
164,011
20,602
3,170
19
3,056
—223
2,880
5485
37
2,452
26
27. British America Assurance Co.
2,675
2,814
1,439
800
166
1,805
—50
3,626
971
1,399
E.                 481
27
28
7R.  Rritish * Foreign Marine. Insurance Co. T.td.
	
His
29. British Aviation Insurance Co. Ltd.
2,656
2,103
1,088
1,754
212
19
11
4
177,122
67
313
29
m
30. British Canadian Insurance Co.
903
876
1,688
135
4
33,784
287
1,262
173
1,148
7
533
1,771
—221
129
30
''->'/!"
31. British Columbia Insurance Co          	
 --
	
	
31
32. British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co	
	
"495
19,972
327
726
53
624
32
33. British Commonwealth Insurance Co..                  	
3,560
1,229
658
24
889
663
312
3,279
608
7,579
18,171
—73
2,821
219
138
16
1,395
1,376
202
2,015
849
—515
228
3,691
E.                   50
2
3"?
34. British Crown Assurance Corporation Ltd.	
4,222
1,285
1,054
465
579
134
26
3
29
	
—1,000
	
34
35. British Empire Assurance Co	
5,007
4,311
8,869
61
— 1,006
903
76,722
	
2,559
21
278
1,822
733
35
36. British Law Insurance Co. T.td.     .      .           	
—44
1,840
4,928
113
301
103
E.                  73
E.                   73
36
37. British Northwestern Insurance Co.    	
20
68,682
156,779
3
37
38, British Oak Insurance Co.
527,579
	
38
39, British Pacific Insurance Co     .....
	
1,002,553
—.	
	
39
40. British Trader's Insurance Co. Ltd....          	
	
	
	
5
53
11,739
45,899
991
2,216
23,834
12,477
3,013
33,602
28,596
2,114
74,791
12,870
2,971
2,557
12,780
139,768
3,293
40
41, Buffalo Insurance Co.
1 4,173
949
2,986
11
6,186
19,331
223
415
3,405
7,414
23,168
1,014
395
1,235
981
41
42. Caledonian-Canadian Insurance Co.
3
|   3,395
12,679
85
14,562
1,344
4,200
53
199
218
683
375
1,351
691
—1,002
—3,132
527
3,227
10,085
7,202
505
1,893
2,274
219
686
127
487
175
33
1,017
3,555
2,040
3,254
42
43. Caledonian Insurance Co.     ..
3,481
E.                 127
fE.                  48
(F.                    6
43
|  44
45
44. Cambrian Insurance Co. Ltd.
312
3
3,672
	
	
	
45. Camden Fire Insurance Association
2,659
1,393
939
46. Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co..
1,670
3,183
21
~~34^431
52,940
293
51
1,336
19
222
208
257
103
46
47. Canada Health & Accident Assurance Corporation	
48. Canada Life Assurance Co...     	
65,779
99,028
47
2,894
—34
1,167
54,609
43
72,838
1,834
340
	
	
7J940
7,065
21
2,512
13,584
989
70,460
3,729
829
48
49. Canada Security Assurance Co.                             . .
241
26,995
257
18,120
79,548
1,709
108,491
7,489
1,681
982
	
22
4,071
1,510
654
275
363
1
4,032
934
208
615
—5
859
92
3,575
1,104
988
5,400
1,605
357
6,474
2,194
10,442
9,952
504
23,512
8,500
1,867
74
	
2,723
1,416
9,837
149
29,138
5,392
1,198
E.                 -3
49
50. Canadian Commerce Insurance Co                   	
	
50
51. Canadian Fire. Insurance Co.
19
769
66
13,532
61
14
82
17
16,008
4,705
34,069
114
5,233
2,220
812
290
2,642
1,243
276
	
f E.              1,246
| F.               —23
F.                 238
5"
52
52    Canadian Oeneral Insurance C.n.
368
26
8
	
Hll
53. Canadian Home Assurance Co.  .
	
57
202
45
	
53
54. Canadian Indemnity Co....   	
394
38
	
100
72,787
1,115
248
2,684
5,823
4,005
f E.             2,209
{F.              3,720
F.                  79
F.                   17
338
m
55
55    Canadian Mercantile Insurance Co.
56. Canadian National Insurance Co	
10,962
56
H
57   Canadian Premier T.ife. Insurance Co
209
9
6,665
	
57
58.  Canadian Provincial Insurance Co.
2,731
16,845
34,454
2,124
206
2,424
13,493
— 143
4
168
1,057
—72
317
70
69
-301
—9
647
1,021
4,707
504
483
2,940
1,046
5,904
50,587
1,928
2
524
2,370
890
3,886
19,923
285
254
2,171
17,247
143
	
58
59. Canadian Surety Co.
57
512
	
79,346
917
2,805
37,536
1,406
F.                 653
fF.                   11
I L.S.                 2
E.                 100
59
60. Canadian Western Insurance Co„
— 1,050
125
150
— 16
22,672
}   60
M
61. Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd.
3
	
	
	
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.          S.L.—Sprinkler Leakage.          W.D.—Water Damage.           W.—Windstorm and Weather.
N0TE.-.The entire business of this Insurer has been reinsured by one or more Insurers whose names are included in i the foregoing table, and the figures in the latter case are included in the figures for that Insurer or Insurers.
$m  TABLE VIII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958—Continued
D 63
Accident
Combined Accident
Miscellaneous
Personal Accident
Public Liability
Employer's Liability
and Sickness
aicKness
Aircratt
(iuarantee
inland transportation
Marine
riate Olass
.Personal .property
jK.eai .rroperry
inett
(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
tocurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
WrittenfS
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
62, Casualty Co, of Canada
2,297
1,082
325
1,028
671
184
37
463
3,503
5,404
18
13,727
3,449
7,567
33,474
26,060
—43
475
57
2,000
87
209
880
214
2,305
152
11,747
696
718
8,287
36,209
282
18,275
3,750
11,450
25,501
2,173
6,065
19,395
649
5,379
1,655
12,256
1,113
1,678
62
j] 4,287
64,907
14,645
68,195
677
—142
63
64
9,704
723
1,834
5,780
8,071
522
2
61
1,877
51
2,985
—5,953
638
341
934
5
—44
202
10,006
8,333
138
1,605
1,013
42
1,243
48
51
2,058
162
3,729
13,815
2,811
— 142
182
5,392
9,297
925
E.                 23
E. 51
F. 79
65
66    Citadel Insurance Cn, nf Canada Ttd,
17
973
66
1,114
7,130
4
67
68. Commercial Insurance Co. of Newark.	
18,221
4,088
33,597
90,022
825
112
146,458
89,355
—5
1,912
68
69   Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd.
256
140
12,872
3,804
944
24
28,690
824
841
15
1,445
23,496
230
55
435
69
	
70
299,268
203,286
59,530
fC.                463
-j F.A.               22
[ F.                 589
71
4,769
2,189
872
1,470
144
507
73
31
j   1,377
17
722
12
42,607
679
494
~29
390
394
333
24,496
4,519
112
5,948
301
23,019
12,686
16,073
2,396
336
11
1,728
439
1,518
156
1
j-  72
J
73
73   Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co.
2
74   Continental Assurance Cn,
	
37
554,388
2,530
302,894
	
74
75  Continental Casualty Co,
14,282
1,880
89
2,330
5,745
5,472
—3
396
1,387
7,725
21,923
119
5,343
10,703
761
187
9,227
344
113
179
151
	
75
76   Continental Insurance Cn.
15
	
39,405
99
28,500
E.                  31
76
77   Contingency Insurance Cn. Ltd.
77
78   Co-Teratiw Fire & Casualty Cn,
6
	
261
2,203
1,681
4,451
691
384
78
7°   Comhill Insurance Col Ltd,
1,290
11
	
	
1   3,390
864
518
449
1,534
79
80, Credit Life Tnsnrance. C.n,
285
405,599
80
81    Crown T ife Insurance Co.
285,984
	
—1,295
14,959
81
13,262
2,468
228
479
8,000
	
9,796
44
395
573
3,706
1,737
82
83   Dominion T'fe Assurance. Co,
9,187
35,851
348
17,207
835
	
83
84. Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.
2,682
14,011
—170
228
3,518
856
9,221
610
2,783
2,874
33,146
6,238
608
6,626
74,289
5,834
4,899
1,986
1,174
4,842
42,384
38,623
25,728
1,242
9,431
203,844
9,291
8,892
203,958
4,104
142
13,019
6,480
16,570
41,079
8,364
15,649
1,460
18,450
24,259
3,237
219
6,712
84
85  Eagle Fire Co. of New York	
327
24
307
38
E.                 —2
E.                   50
85
2
86
475
20,847
10,354
14,501
720
21,469
87
4,774
149,900
626
913
954
29
65,871
—6
3,026
1,053
27,835
4,484
—53
169
35,873
1,991
400
188,061
1   5,972
11,128
4,225
591
561
6,088
473
4.520
1,800
44,945
5,806
481
9,757
88
89. Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd—
60,194
22,596
388
16,052
—654
1,839
B.              3,828
89
90. Employers Mutual Liability Ins. Co. of Wisconsin   	
3,989
90
°1   Englis" flr American Tnsnrance fin, Tfl.
100
175
7,889
961
204
406
275
64
145
2,253
1,187
3,215
2,485
67
7,241
3
—251
B.                 427
fE.                  93
f F.                    4
404
91
"2   Equitable. F'TP * Marine. Insurance Cn.
29
14
219
136
79
346
304
}   92
S
93
93. Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States
573
60
14,448
6,414
04  Kssc * Snffmv Tnsnrance. c.n. Ltd.
3,004
1,157
2,346
4,670
19,063
5,643
—560
202
51
4
7
1,152
582
2,568
16,854
75,134
10,912
85
7
94
"5,  Fycess Insurance. Cn, T.rd,
95
96, Federal Fire- Insurance Co, of Canada
1,574
1,391
7,478
9,560
2
1,295
78
668
18
;   1,441
13
605
14
530
851
2,722
1,649
45
358
87
653
1,145
357
157
2,348
1,818
470
953
2,543
2,097
514
589
5
1,864
6,099
167
595
1,151
2,300
96
"7, Federal Insurance Cn.
10,763
1,842
97
98. Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Ins. Co.
	
9,452
	
98
189
42
19
4
148
	
2,327
— 187
5,385
—45
j   1,720
899
25
(   2,246
62,716
70,026
—1,743
99
100. Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York	
75,697
95
340
41
100
101   Fidelity Insurance Cn. of Canada
18,754
1,300
4,801
18,328
—3,948
224
90
15,909
784
299
10
534
836
1,019
101
102. Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of New York.
	
398
2,074
12
4,751
6,439
58,404
24,205
100
154,572
E.                 120
E.              1,453
102
103. Fire Insurance Co. of Canada                 -  -
3,094
2,964
103
104  Fireman's Fund Insurance- Co.
168
—6
7,908
—90
232
226
225
—532
133
—9
3,974
549
216,622
141,056
18,657
	
104
105  Fireman's TnR"ran<-e Cn nf N^wprir, M,T.
105
106  Fruit Growers Mnt"ai Tnsnranee. c.n,
4,171
3,145
1,220
1,241
62
2,064
26,234
44,353
111,020
—510
37
1,283
4,276
9,731
32,084
7,176
537
— 130
1,184
22
8,129
2
17,182
10
	
659
513
13,428
227
1,837
649
I         96,625
— 138
—257
1           1,041
820
5,797
|         14,344
106
107   General Accident Assurance. Cn, nf Canada
14,583
21,228
25,326
7
-3
244
1,828
4,537
3,164
1,686
462
141
1,584
368
•  11
494
21,785
2,700
1   1,196
561
1,224
3,466
104
—1
272
4,463
908
36,725
4,950
376
36,075
f B.          177,783
}F.                   87
57,697
) 107
108. General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp. Ltd.
77
j   3,890
—59
185
450
60,218
530
376
S
108
Ifjo  General Insurance c.n_ nf America
65
	
10,413
—10,242
110
—41
1
500
7,854
479
414
23,168
19,086
1,218
—565
40
—77
109
110   General Security Insurance. C.n, nf Canada^
110
111    Glens Fall" Insurance. Cn.
	
2,446 |          —980
1
	
111
112  Global General Tnsnrance. Cn,
	
601
735
3,356
107
66
1,666
42
773
329
1,513
6,516
850
104
4,758
3,195
112
113, Global Reinsurance. Co,
7
876
4,302
90
—2,466
215
 1      	
1
—3,900
351
113
114. Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada.-           	
635
167
366
684
—64
—2,801
635
364
774
1              118
2,332
145
816
256
636
4,108
397
133
2
f B.              1,269
}F.                  33
188
] 114
f
115
1
115. Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
116   Grail Insurance. & friiarqnree. Cn.
— 17
—289
F.                    4
116
117   Great American Indemnity C.n
2
2
32
898
37
1,078
—7,687
155
572
—668
—252
132,890
479
;   1,224
2,486
50
1,313
—98
934
—38
380
2,867
117
118   Great American insurance. Cn,
21,517
|         18,091
|         15,303
87
118
11". Great Eastern Insurance Cn,
H.            14,230
119
120. Great Lakes Reinsurance Co.   _
8
22,601
38
17
68
877
2,256
|         11,289
1,083
505
3
120
121. Great-West Life Assurance Co.. .                          	
5,241
626,382
245,789
	
121
122    GlWantee. Cn, nf North America
2,555
23,344
70
10,087
103
1             663
14,410
2,585
674
885
| 2,674
	
310
1,888
|             836
4,668
434
10,029
122
123. Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd.   	
12,952
122
.   _.
53
fi.761
1
13,567 j             591
1
2,032
20,600
4,262
fB.                 —7
-{ E.                 686
1 F.                   93
1
[-123
1
B.—Boiler and Machinery. (        C.—Credit. E.—Earthquake. Ex.-
Note.—The entire business of this Insurer has been reinsured by one or more
-Explosion. F.A.—Falling Aircraft. F.—Forgery. H.—Hail.
Insurers whose names are included in the foregoing table, and the figures in
L.H.—Limited Hail. I.V.—Impact by Vehicles. L.S.—Live Stock,
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 VIIL—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958—Continued
D 65
Name of Company
124. Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada.,
125. Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd..
126. Halifax Insurance Co.	
127. Hanover Fire Insurance Co	
128. Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co-
129. Hartford Fire Insurance Co.	
130. Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd—
131. Home Fire & Marine Insurance Co. of California-
132. Home Insurance Co.	
133. Hudson Bay Insurance Co...
134. Imperial Guarantee & Accident Ins. of Canada..
135. Imperial Insurance Office-
136. Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada..
137. Indemnity Insurance Co. of North America..
138. Indemnity Marine Assurance Co. Ltd.	
139. Insurance Co. of North America	
140. Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd..
141. Jersey Insurance Co. of New York	
142. John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co—
143. Kansas City Fire & Marine Insurance Co—
144. Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
145. Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd	
146. Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co.	
147. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co—
148. Licenses & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
149. Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd...
150. Liverpool-Manitoba Assurance Co.	
151. Local Government Guarantee Society Ltd..
152. Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd.	
153. London & County Insurance Co. Ltd	
154. London & Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd	
155. London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada..
156. London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.	
157. London & Midland General Insurance Co	
158. London & Provincial Marine & General Ins. Co. Ltd..
159. London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd.	
160. London Assurance	
161. London-Canada Insurance Co	
162. London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd..
163. London Life Insurance Co	
164. Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co	
165. Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co.	
166. Maritime Insurance Co. Ltd :	
167. Maryland Casualty Co	
168. Mercantile Insurance Co	
169. Merchants & Manufacturers Insurance Co. of N.Y..
170. Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.	
171. Merit Insurance Co	
172. Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co. of New York..
173. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co—
174. Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee_
175. Ministers Life & Casualty Union	
176. Missisquoi & Rouville Insurance Co	
177. Monarch Insurance Co. of Ohio	
178. Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd—
179. Munich Reinsurance Co	
180. Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association...
181. Mutual Boiler & Machinery Insurance Co	
182. Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia..
Accident
Personal Accident
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Public Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
6,909
3,885
589
547
317
1,587
515
32,097
524
591
766
1,082
317
4
3,869
17,383
4,163
2,176
176
9,977
344
14,308
512
7
26,568
2,630
1,736
20
83
87
160
9,138
—175
21
186
284
83
-13,811
1,851
757
2,720
—100
7,852
125
10,098
95,110
12,934
25,717
191
8,657
4,610
5,155
2,560
4,866
12,408
1,435
31J854
2,883
849
3,983
35,388
18,122
137
3,960
5,219
16,579
4,866
3,717
64
558
2,110
85,363
6,104
699
531
180
13,796
29,980
114
196
15,167
12,547
45,088
2,124
445
32,241
2,710
7,523
2,587
267
4,644
318
2,269
4,752
203
9,633
336
-1,180
8,293
3,700
—519
-7,486
1,230
7,730
2,269
2,005
6,980
933
116
— 171
2,891
7,852
-100
-137
46
4,407
-147
8,981
-143
142
Employer's Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
1,391
8
1,833
365
183
512
2
1,347
14
274
1
11
624
183
6
1,735
~26
2
582
146
1,326
247
80
339
1,909
100
45
—32
30
723
55
10
-113
-32
-387
275
-34
Combined Accident
and Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
53
69
110
318
297,085
47,080
1,163
1,082
318
425,672
58,005
122,373
989
563,590
11,770
729,542
744
182
159,943
23,958
468
34
439
619
182
251,251
13,525
58,891
361
394,909
~~ 9,923
381,744
Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
7,614
62
229
181
387
749
6
1,724
1,319
387
278
66
287
590
Net
Losses
Incurred
1,555
59
1,436
-985
45
206
59
—26,876
50
Aircraft
Net
Premiums
Written
1,715
—1,584
—1,235
1,166
14,536
15,177
3,973
1,166
79,432
14,536
1,715
11
Net
Losses
Incurred
:,341
-377
187
72
3,770
4,287
250
72
64,984
1,121
-8,280
Guarantee
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
22,396
1,086
1,196
845
437
3,094
517
14,756
94
2,485
1,006
1,492
437
18,305
953
316
11,765
30
345
59
104
21,453
— 100
I —62
408
-1,084
10,808
—251
~~90
1,391
408
216
24
4,237
-216
Inland Transportation
Net
Premiums
Written
15,577
10,296
1,168
1,611
17,977
3,949
265
179
16,466
237
3,530
154
2,524
819
894
265
11
1,021
12,602
20
16
5,146
1,983
h,974
20
365
1,837
10,383
330
182
569
Net
Losses
Incurred
2,193
5,452
262
1,393
1,171
-4,548
239
4,674
807
236
119
1,488
497
813
239
26
198
-183
-21
10
-621
128
654
467
364
—21,757
476
—4
462
Marine
Net
Premiums
Written
79
3,989
110,296
69
78,797
471
97,190
31,275
41
333
7,819
22,181
127
22
2,100
31,506
8,003
28,623
Net
Losses
Incurred
175
2,253
71,721
44,859
1,979
3,422
43,968
10,992
9,785
97
341
29,965
11,138
27,750
Plate Glass
Net
Premiums
Written
6,242
519
2,549
20
1,345
366
765
86
367
1,891
48
735
1,329
126
684
786
1,521
— 18
203
452
1,252
367
34
50
3,891
498
93
—26
—2
554
3,105
6
130
3,085
6,175
1,122
— 1
Net
Losses
Incurred
Personal Property
Net
Premiums
Written
3,414
158
1,548
1,851
152
903
312
318
1,004
3,525
1,011
55
—51
677
980
3
—32
328
1,080
318
24
1,733
104
351
168
2,356
1,854
2,088
765
7
75,291
16,526
32,946
365
15,550
11,362
77
39,484
8,285
13,209
4,693
2,216
76,262
2,947
15,930
11,413
18,438
1,007
10,230
5,399
31,102
8,285
2,935
3,002
1,415
10,580
69,940
2,394
457
1,919
32,358
937
24,449
1,720
915
8,444
56,337
262,865
3,114
8,583
Net
Losses
Incurred
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
33,184
9,790
10,228
7,865
4,214
2,880
417
7,885
2,897
11,673
1,492
415
51,472
1,547
4,671
3,799
6,833
6
1,417
2,913
10,118
2,897
1,928
125
1,035
2,879
37,352
199
264
502
23,180
—65
13,264
478
4,005
19,787
134,467
1,928
4,414
394
1,160
199
1,102
15
2
411
833
1,084
750
175
1,236
32
592
780
179
2,893
833
314
2,952
26
623
1,051
960
266
734
Net
Losses
Incurred
Theft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
—478
1,516
9
53
2
175
126
202
—542
1,854
69
106
271
603
175
44
—2,036
9
-48,563
470
985
242
5,563
606
5,289
5,600
12
1,233
220
757
4,153
317
12,021
762
254
1,058
2,453
5,978
—75
694
1,844
2,578
757
285
19,675
666
439
29
646
5,183
557
2,655
3,591
5,338
285
8,165
684
908
1,209
515
~162
2,379
3,512
9,913
"~-^5
99
— 191
4,637
2,547
137
1,285
849
8,110
2,379
143
12,421
730
103
2,916
5,615
L949
991
143
1)
Miscellaneous
(See footnote)
Net
Premiums
Written
1-B.
E.
E.
E.
E.
IE.
/ W.
fB.
IF-
E.
E.
fB.
Jf.
B.
W.
1,434
—749
-6
204
200
E.
164
Ex.
14
W.
3,116
19
-272
110
634
16
84
668
F.
59
fH.
)L.S.
E.
372
10
5
E.
—70
E.
E.
101
85
2,160
56
634
16
E.
E.
31
212
E.
E.
33
1,016
E.
889
S.L.
2
B.
954
B.
92
C.
11,612
fW.
/E.
— 13
E.
50
398,920
69
Net
Losses
Incurred
350
1,528
500
93
300
322
93
—3,293
71,389
[-124
J
125
126
127
128
1
1-129
J
130
131
) 132
1133
134
135
136
137
138
} 139
140
141
142
143
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
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
B.—Boiler and Machinery. C.—Credit. E.—Earthquake. Ex.—
Note.—The entire business of this Insurer has been reinsured by one <ot more
Explosion. F.A.—Falling Aircraft. F.—Forgery. H.—Hail. L.H.—Limited Hail. I.V.—Impact by Vehicles. L.S.—Live Stock.
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. I
1 fl
f$3
j             j
1 TABLE VIII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958—Continued
D 67
Accident
Combined Accident
Miscellaneous
Personal Accident
Public Liability
Employer's Liability
and Sickness
aicicness
Aircrait
uuarant.ee
imana .transportation
Marine
nate mass
rersonai rropeny
neat rroperry
inert
(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
183. Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada
	
185,550
42,171
135,549
11,392
	
	
	
183
184. Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York
10,864
10,280
8,409
3,297
291
751
60
409
184
185. National-Ben Franklin Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh
3,298
488
—167
14
1
	
|  5,663
776
771
387
41
985
23
95
55,796
4,299
95
3,114
65
2,510
768
114,935
27,630
13,073
1,215,040
17,369
23,682
915
344
2,411
460
74
185
186. National Employers' Mutual General Ins. Assn. Ltd.
 .	
Ex.              126
186
187. National Fire & Casualty Insurance Co.
	
	
187
188. National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford
188
189. National Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
3,526
10,642
2,005
250
	
603
1,928
132
512
378
189
190. National Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd.
3,717
87
92
196
6
158
76
—4
1,066
2
10
6
285.
143
E.                   50
190
191. New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co.
191
192. New India Assurance Co. Ltd.
50
	
	
192
193. New York Fire Insurance Co.   ..                       .   .
46
~5,550
—186
5,180
512,476
1,073
2
74
234
1,247
—31
	
193
194. New York T.ife. Insurance. Cn.
4,256
1,422
356
9
22,446
39
188,986
130,810
2,456
1,107
	
578
~15
595
492
29,152
34
194
195. New York Underwriters Insurance Co.
168
6,437
5,657
299,955
178
—9,405
19,504
88,679
	
1 12,858
732
1,879
683,789
621
244
364
37
87,655
18,654
2,431
596,963
10,802
4,325
462
174
271
22,084
E.                 277
195
196. New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd.
	
2,582
11,174
—2,762
13,662
196
197. Niagara Fire Insurance Co.
53
167,987
1,154,218
—206
120,091
1,512
484,660
858
E.                 731
fB.            11,070
j E.                 378
-j Ex.           —208
1 F	
197
137,558
10,678
219
79
3,744-
1,776
681,772
23,625
—2,823,368
1,164
7,001
198. Non-Marine Underwriters, Members of Lloyd's
—190
1,000
j-198
199. Nordisk Reinsurance Co. Ltd..
[L.S.         17,535
199
200. North American Life & Casualty Co.          . .
283
2,852
	
130,344
7,283
75,688
82,864
4,143
60,133
	
	
200
201. North American Life Assurance Co.   „
—2,245
573
|   2,789
18,593
12,330
22,590
—362
8,895
485
51,546
93,813
3,873
83,801
4,766
9,612
201
202. North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd..
844
12,044
—64
480
323
12,395
2,100
I --.55
2,747
320
82
5,606
17,420
1,176
38
979
7,179
1,201
8,665
404
71,652
37,921
2,067
46,085
674
4,038
3,195
162
2,145
980
E.                 185
202
203. North Pacific Insurance Co. Ltd.	
203
204. North River Insurance Co.
2
428
8,845
2,316
933
15
823
5,042
11
162
—60
540
	
—410
1J   1,085
6,439
48
479
2,364
7
1,076
2
111
1,553
19
1,832
1,952
143
—94,207
17,753
"M         166
528
fE.                  43
2
) 204
205
	
205. North West Fire Insurance. Co.
206. Northern Assurance Co. Ltd.  .
32,272
41,325
3,606
25,563
663
5,286
11,677
15,038
4,532
2,525
5,250
|S8,814
736
	
2,228
3,813
25
3,059
91
658
2,059
7,086
687
4,081
119
1,172
4,886
1,954
3,907
76
218
2
166
2,109
206
207. Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co.
6,062
332
6,714
207
208. Northwestern National Insurance Cn
	
20,819
39
11,542
208
209. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd.
2,336
123
865
1,756
3,307
1,610
372
6
1,591
1,837
2,819
	
—100
i:  4,102
17
299
8,038
331
22
2,197
E.                  76
209
210. N.V. The Netherlands Insurance Co. (Est. 1845)_   .
	
210
211. Occidental Fire Insurance Co.          ....
19
12,486
6
671
	
E.                  29
211
212. Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California	
28,636
87
212
213. Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd.      .
4,882
31
5
296
4,139
153
586
2,078
1,525
20,456
8,092
72,039
6,177
16,880
16,127
33,243
1,704
20
166
B.            42,377
74,767
213
214. Old Colony Insurance. Co.
378,332
"~58,556
6,991
227,037
353,826
37,822
4,536
98,322
214
215. Old Republic Insurance Co.
	
	
	
138,255
143
224
1,886
20
	
215
216. Orion Insurance Co. T.td,
121
10,641
3,260
21,533
496
—6
14
42,580
| 2,476
122
6,283
1
76
177
75
80
90
357
17
216
217. Pacific Coast Fire. Insurance. Cn.
	
408
106
—30
E.                    2
217
218. Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Ins. Co.
218
219. Pacific Insurance Co. of New York.
7,101
9,960
—2,105
11,743
7,026
| 6,293
420
1,220
28,397
8,324
483
544
340
219
220. Pacific Indemnity Cn.
	
B.            10,855
1,564
220
221. Palatine Insurance Co. Ltd.. .
	
	
	
582
1,015
22
170
221
222. Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd.   .
2
7,312
144
	
	
E.                 344
	
222
223. Paul Revere Life Insurance Co.	
2,025
5,763
223
224. Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd.	
1,293
48,129
921
1,422
4,695
747
239
	
	
12,548
389
10,740
1,582
57
1,648
86
31,414
2,800
—2,157
2,282
67,383
24,690
528
3,522
1,300
7,065
42
6,664
2,863
7,811
3
3,749
2,514
fE.                 —2
J Ex.                 24
"|F.                   85
[W.                 81
16
1
|224
225. Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
	
1
|
|
r
J
225
226
1
1-227
226. Philadelphia Fire & Marine Insurance Co..
	
—313
841
1,196
444
  |
227. Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd	
2,561
3
973
38,137
7,902
67
10,054
1,445
354
369
65
9,368
1,815
5,448
1,690
j   3,809
2,408
281
3,993
1,126
3,030
653
"° 91,375
51,881
1,507
11,995
556
40
—94,125
19
fE.                375
-j F.                 527
| S.L.                19
f E.                 768
}F.                   36
E.                 334
1
      1
228. Phoenix Insurance Co.
— 1,235
5,319
788
2,958
4,758
1 1 7.78
229. Planet Assurance Co. Ltd	
1
|
229
230
231
232
233
230. Protective Association of Canada
2,757
850
	
30,313
18,976
~~—819
~~L699
478
2,615
5,715
|
231. Providence Washington Insurance Co.
5,315
39
6,726
31,696
—66
427
765
4,009
15
2,307
	
—188
!   8,062
183
504
j  2,474
12,229
68
468
3,757
6,179
Q64  1                953
814
32
1,458
801
45,991
7,943
4,543
64,434
44,450
4,219
3,910
20,211
7,304
5,711
731
96
673
4,053
.....          |
232. Provident Assurance Co. T.td.
	
	
603 |
 j
249
1,941
1,882
...       1
733. Provincial Insurance. Co. T.td.
9,204
1,099
     |    |
 |
	
6
19,241
7.34, Prudential Assurance Cn. T.td.
10,089
1,275
2,168
96
13,983
181,711
1,542
77,669
424
1,730
11,862
f E.                480
} S.L.               24
]234
235. Prudential Insurance Co. of America.
	
|
S
235
7.36. Quebec Fire Insurance Co.
2,753
	
P 292
1
236
737. Queensland Insurance Cn. T.td.
290
	
50
30
47,063 |
1
26,629 ]
1
274
113,479
31,628 |
1
5,228
—1,683
593
558
237
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 VIII.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1958—Continued
D 69
Name of Company
Accident
Personal Accident
Net
Premiums
Written
238. Railway Passengers Assurance Co._
239. Reinsurance Corporation Ltd	
240. Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada...
241. Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia..
242. Reliance Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.	
243. Royal Exchange Assurance—.	
244. Royal Insurance Co. Ltd.	
245. Ruby General Insurance Co. Ltd.	
246. St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co..
247. St. Paul Mercury Insurance Co	
248. Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Co.	
249. Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation-
250. Scottish fosurance Corporation Ltd.	
251. Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd._
252. Scottish Union & National Insurance Co.	
253. Sea Insurance Co. Ltd.	
254. Security Mutual Casualty Co	
255. Security National Insurance Co.	
256. Skandinavia Insurance Co. Ltd.	
257. Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co—
258.
259.
260.
261.
262.
263.
264.
265.
266.
Standard Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co._.
State Assurance Co. Ltd.	
Storebrand ilnsurance Co. Ltd-
Sun Insurance Office Ltd.	
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada..
Svea-Nornan Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd..
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd—
267. Toronto General Insurance Co. Ltd.	
268. Traders General Insurance Co	
269. Transcontinental Insurance Co.	
270. Transportation Insurance Co	
271. Travelers Indemnity Co	
272.
273.
274.
275.
276.
277.
278.
279.
Travelers Insurance Co	
Union Assurance Society Ltd	
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd.	
Union Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd..
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co	
Union Reinsurance Co	
United British Insurance Co. Ltd	
United Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd..
280. United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co..
281. United States Fire Insurance Co	
282. Unity Fire & General Insurance Co.	
283. Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd	
284. Victoria Insurance Co. of Canada	
285. Victory Insurance Co. Ltd '—.
286. Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co—
287. Wellington Fire Insurance Co.	
288. Westchester Fire Insurance Co.	
289. Western Assurance Co—	
290. Western Union Insurance Co.	
291. World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd..
292. World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd..
293. Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd.	
294. Zurich Insurance Co.	
Totals for 1958-
Totals for 1957..
1,402
186
3
608
5,042
4,196
122
1,083
30
2
74
1
2,470
301
148,473
490
5,078
569
10
133
1
2,320
4,765
2,454
1,699
$806,987
$1,130,992
Net
Losses
Incurred
Public Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
16
125
3,319
-28
21
117,048
2,032
3,120
216
438
1,863
136
1,008
$469,593
$1,000,211
3,993
382
5,839
537
3,390
36,032
30,889
89
7,205
10,905
498
510
7,570
352
356
— 10
640
3,717
99
7,264
52
5,156
65,085
9,359
5,640
1,742
80,725
8,448
7
3,717
294
29,871
625
436
364
68
9,232
60,912
3,284
-1,368
18,509
289
7,945
261
34,802
35,479
$2,820,090
$2,264,552
Net
Losses
Incurred
Employer's Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
232
-1,233
1,068
250
1,108
16,881
5,942
813
2,191
4,686
600
282
16
250
2,005
8
—288
840
4,644
44,680
4,450
11,555
1,527
301
68,342
2,234
12
2,005
1,198
14,848
1,758
4,704
1,712
2,205
3,454
47
15,570
27
26,260
7,939
$1,019,570
$954,815
49
2
176
3
1,357
361
108
155
6
1
82
629
4,266
10
978
166
1,547
~~21
-1
—54
102
105
58
1,061
1,069
$93,282
$156,322
Net
Losses
Incurred
84
-241
136
45
14
4,114
251
79
206
180
202
99
$73,119
$84,176
Combined Accident
and Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
2,353
482
140,821
817,762
2,960
10
338,602
$8,239,955
$6,900,678
Net
Losses
Incurred
Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
1,346
102,323
520,871
1,455
10
219,489
$4,856,157
$4,240,488
137
2,866
199
592
574
15
75,645
59
5,772
82
15
2,027
1,684
$154,581
440
337
132
55,472
108
6,266
14
588
534
$59,425
$488,715
$162,255
Aircraft
Net
Premiums
Written
75
34,261
12,935
-1,355
1,094
13,898
969
-410
-189
$1,791,390
$1,475,279
Net
Losses
Incurred
-216
1,034
81
996
-8,886
1,045
8,529
-104
—287
$930,255
$606,146
Guarantee
Net
Premiums
Written
205
1,341
5,464
4,006
85
1,025
77
867
~54
27,875
475
4,640
2,082
204,977
344
109
— 14
6,674
186
4,243
442
$856,335
$994,024
Net
Losses
Incurred
1,249
—291
3,025
2,684
—400
—626
4,282
1,468
2,907
1,211
60,347
6,095
-440
Inland Transportation
Net
Premiums
Written
Marine
Net
Losses
Incurred
114
2,880
1,686
5,487
1,695
4,261
1,532
6,818
1,166
—14
1,432
75
28
643
455
183
407
5,554
705
269
1,159
667
42,077
1,437
251
64
1,062
1,059
1,358
298
61
8,589
8,360
26
2,112
5,315
13,839
1,750
112
13,673
1,644
$339,960    $1,207,107
$179,703     $1,262,388
2,454
884
-1,739
131
344
i 1,711
— 100
1,297
97
100
182
1,043
—4
908
743
4,494
71
77
328
14,710
187
802
i   —44
135
82
707
853
5,760
30
19
163
393
11,813
18,012
2,694
$716,621
$1,170,533
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Plate Glass
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Personal Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
700
19,728
6
17,273
28,867
468
13,621
8,473
60,634
2,352
386,241
62,456
297
12,330
24,662
59,187
59,112
32,999
40,030
1,711
10,389
15,249
—42
32,194
—97
21,842
38,532
1,239
494,904
35,126
-349
6,439
12,875
30,940
37,822
22,015
42,361
$3,085,647 I $2,492,487
$3,597,769 I $2,599,072
56
832
77
1,585
2,722
388
283
52
697
711
13
321
282
152
105
1,744
1
765
903
422
222
7,910
887
—25
1,328
36
149
11
980
9,975
741
—260
1,706
186
868
19
1,104
3,816
$237,075
374
2
483
943
2,353
23
143
258
1,430
470
190
1,205
137
903
665
210
366
5,473
673
301
50
876
6
9
549
5,925
499
84
528
217
424
7
2,005
1,429
$151,834
$206,010 I     $182,937
8,290
32,891
29,995
31,097
6,355
18,848
90,782
2,305
56,646
205
15,788
3,412
5,278
1,608
18,669
7,990
192
1,822
12,228
1,048
1,744
1,961
4,429
13,141
20,787
1,584
18,012
23,396
28,059
13,965
2,911
143,453
8,131
9,638
2,935
2,151
9,353
7,004
8,240
14,031
1,399
54,448
123,083
6,779
5,816
35,807
95
32,031
1,559
41,793
35,301
1,196
30,576
19,681
7,550
6,498
13,359
19,408
452
88,667
—563
7,308
5,139
4,648
884
6,051
4,321
55
233
11,096
—473
144
201
2,092
9,758
13,218
3,896
.6,891
8,143
4,107
546
4,027
3,964
128,506
4,751
7,496
1,928
1,524
25,863
4,598
9,597
9,313
111
39,047
59,892
3,594
11,065
34,474
13
16,561
1,958
37,038
21,642
$5,981,313 I $3,424,605
$4,793,804 | $4,569,275
I
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Theft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
220
1,395
411
28
1,247
299
7,800
1,989
30
591
-130
3
918
83
299
909
4,396
60
895
35
3,637
480
545
2,128
1,491
431
1,130
714
2,954
28
1,290
7,004
1,085
559
2,762
$910,849
$432,044
24
3,866
15
2,267
48
4,789
15,461
1,139
523
48
1,041
4,431
4,758
353
271
-13,237
235
1,037
607
1,498
276
1,066
5
3,993
2,847
8,267
1,270
38
—7,601
$3,172,789
$5,572,429
478
2
2,116
70
1,347
5,642
1,206
1,394
1,727
89
544
393
285
1,464
257
1,232
11,114
3,400
315
7,911
1,481
6
285
1
8,537
329
15
1,452
6,001
658
—74
3,737
189
3,078
5
4,810
7,399
$551,234
$456,420
3
1,859
14
572
17,628
11
269
742
15
143
111
247
515
8,048
—20
7,505
164
3,204
833
—19
143
37
1,476
155
311
6,276
234
2,696
54
5,625
3,172
6,201
$385,029
$289,845
Miscellaneous
(See footnote)
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
fE.
IF.
fE.
}B.
14
567
27
1,252
19
4,696
121
fE.
JEx.
507
118
B.
64,175
fE.
|w.
1,364
E.
63
|
—209
230
E.
50
E.
—970
E.
—2
F.
195
fB.
154-.074
100
S.L.
1
F.
23
E.
E.
—23
119
	
	
L.S.
6,195
$1,311,667
$999,983
698
8,257
—5,594
12,160
$358,519
$417,337
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.
238
239
1240
241
242
7 243
\
244
245
)246
247
248
249
250
251
1252
253
254
255
256
7257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
] 271
I
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294  REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1958
D 71
TABLE IX.—OTHER INSURANCE (TABLE VIII)  SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Class of Insurance
1954
1955
1956
1957
Accident—
Personal accident, P—
L._
Public liability, P _
L	
Employer's liability, P._
Combined accident and sickness, P	
L	
Sickness, P 	
L 	
Aircraft,?	
L...
Guarantee, P	
L	
Inland transportation, P._
L-
Marine, P 	
L	
Plate glass, P...
„     L...
Personal property, P...
L...
Real property, P.	
L	
Theft,P	
„     L	
Other forms, P...
„     L._
Total, P..
„    L._
$690
616
1,307.
658
86
39
3,961
2,348.
382.
130
689
166
606,
181.
1,141.
644.
3,201
2,151
195
116
2,955
1,081
188.
237.
460
195.
1,015
410
000
,000
,000
,000
000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,000
,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
$16,876,000
8,972,000
$20,166,000
10,871,000
$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
1,000,000
2,265,000
955,000
156,000
84,000
6,901,000
4,240,000
489,000
162,000
1,475,000
606,000
994,000
180,000
1,262,000
1,171,000
3,598,000
2,599,000
206,000
183,000
4,794,000
4,569,000
432,000
5,572,000
456,000
290,000
1,000,000
417,000
$23,292,000
14,946,000
$25,159,000
22,028,000
$807,000
470,000
2,820,000
1,020,000
93,000
73,000
8,240,000
4,856,000
155,000
59,000
1,791,000
930,000
856,000
340,000
1,207,000
717,000
3,086,000
2,492,000
237,000
152,000
5,981,000
3,425,000
911,000
-3,173,000
551,000
385,000
1,312,000
359,000
$28,047,000
12,105,000
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1959
1,500-759-9386 .

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