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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Fifty-fourth Annual Report
of the
SUPERINTENDENT OF
INSURANCE
1965
(Business Transacted in 1964)
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1965
  To Major-General the Honourable George Randolph Pearkes,
V.C., P.C., C.B., D.S.O., M.C.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Fifty-fourth Annual Report of
the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31, 1964.
ROBERT W. BONNER,
A ttorney-General.
Victoria, B.C., July 5, 1965.
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Report of Superintendent of Insurance  7
List as at June 30, 1965—
Insurers Licensed  10
Fraternal Benefit Societies Licensed under the Insurance Act  37
Names of Insurers Licensed since December 31, 1964  38
Names of Insurers Which Have Ceased Business since December 31, 1964 38
Underwriters' Agencies Licensed  38
Reciprocal Exchanges Granted Permits  38
Societies (Incorporated under the Societies Act) Licensed under the Insurance Act  38
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
B.C.F.G. Mutual Hail Insurance Company  39
British Columbia Insurance Company  40
The British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Company  41
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Company  42
The Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  44
North West Life Assurance Company  46
Pacific Automobile and Fire Insurance Company  48
Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Insurance Company  50
Roberts Mutual Fire Insurance Company  52
Royal General Insurance Company of Canada  54
Seaboard Life Insurance Company  55
United Home Mutual Life Insurance Company  57
Tables
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1964  _ __ .
     59
II. Summary, 1960-64	
61
Fraternal Societies—
III. Business of 1964	
     62
Fire Insurance—
IV. Business of 1964        ..   	
     63
V. Summary, 1960-64	
     67
Reciprocal Exchanges—
VI. Business of 1964	
....    67
Automobile Insurance—
VII. Business of 1964     -
68
VIII. Summary, 1960-64	
72
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
LX. Business of 1964	
73
X. Summary, 1960-64	
  100
  Report of the Superintendent of Insurance
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, B.C., July 5, 1965.
The Honourable Robert W. Bonner, Q.C.,
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Pursuant to the Insurance Act, I beg to submit the Fifty-fourth Annual
Report of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31, 1964.
At that date 360 insurers were licensed under the Act to transact business. The
following summary indicates the origin of the insurers, how many hold only Provincial licences, and how many had Federal registry in addition to a Provincial
licence:—
Where Incorporated
Provincial
Licence
Federal
Registry
Total
12
12
5
1
1
2
1
14
104
63
2
3
1
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
4
124
12
26
104
68
2
3
1
1
Holland    	
3
3
1
Italy                                      	
1
1
2
1
6
125
Totals   	
34
326
360
The comparative figures are for 1963, 356, and 1962, 354.
Thirteen new insurers were licensed during the year. These are as follows:
Allstate Life Insurance Company of Canada; American Health & Life Insurance
Company; Federated Life Insurance Company; Globe Life Insurance Company;
Grand Orange Lodge of British America; Income Life Insurance Company of
Canada; Lifeco Insurance Company of America; The Mortgage Insurance Company of Canada; The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company; Royal General Insurance Company of Canada (a Canadian corporation); Transport Insurance
Company; Ukranian Mutual Benefit Association of Saint Nicholas of Canada; and
United Home Mutual Life Insurance Company.
Nine insurers ceased to transact business in the Province during the year, and
these were: Alpina Insurance Company, Ltd.; Bankers & Shippers Insurance Company of New York; British Crown Assurance Corporation, Ltd.; Car & General
Insurance Corporation, Ltd.; Jersey Insurance Company of New York; New York
Underwriters Insurance Company; Peerless Insurance Company; Reliable Life
Insurance Society; and Union Assurance Society, Ltd.
A complete list of insurers will be found on pages 10 to 36. A similar list,
made up to December 31, 1964, was published in The British Columbia Gazette.
 B 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
For the purposes of convenience, the present list is made up to June 30, 1965, so
that it includes insurers licensed since December 31, 1964, and shows the classes
of insurance for which all insurers are now licensed.
On analysis the list shows that 87 companies (exclusive of fraternal societies)
were licensed for life insurance, 222 for fire insurance, 209 for automobile insurance,
and 93 for marine insurance. These figures cover only the major classes of insurance, and it should be understood that the same company may be licensed, for
example, for fire, automobile, and marine insurance.
The annual statements of the companies holding Provincial licences only are
set forth at length on pages 39 to 57.
There were two underwriters' agencies licensed under the Act, and the list
appears on page 38.
The taxes collected on unlicensed insurance amount to $10,184.
The number of insurance agents' and salesmen's licences issued for the year
1964 is given below, together with a comparative table for the previous four years.
Pre-licence examination requirements, hitherto confined to other-than-life insurance
agents and salesmen, are now extended to life insurance agents and insurance
adjusters.
Licences Issued to—
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
3,408
1,558
782
63
150
3,252
1,593
825
64
125
2,687
1,577
806
54
109
2,306
1,586
850
56
105
2,187
1,571
808
Other-than-life insurance agents	
67
Employees of insurance adjusters ■'
102
Totals
5,961
5,859
5,233
4,903
4,735
The number of real-estate agents' and salesmen's licences issued under the
Real Estate Act for the year 1964/65 in comparison with the previous four years
is as follows:—
Licences Issued to—
1964/65
1
1963/64
1962/63
1961/62
1960/61
847
3,239
853
2,901
857
2,797
880
2,708
938
3,054
Totals	
4,086
3,754
3,654
3,588
3,992
Pursuant to Part II of the Real Estate Act, documents have been processed
and filed in connection with 256 subdivisions since my last report.
The number of collection agents' licences issued for the year 1964 is given
below, together with a comparative table for the previous three years:—
Year
1964.
1963.
Licences Issued
to Collection
Agents
..... 95
  94
Year
1962.
1961.
Licences Issued
to Collection
Agents
  90
96
The number of issuers' and salesmen's licences issued under the Investment
Contracts Act for the year April 1, 1964, to March 31, 1964, is as follows: Issuers,
6; salesmen, 13.
The Association of Superintendents of Insurance met at Calgary, Alta., for its
47th annual conference, commencing September 14, 1964. Attending at the
sessions were more than 221 representatives of the insurance industry.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1964 B 9
The association officers for the 1964/65 term are: President, Leo J. Beaudry,
Superintendent of Insurance, Province of Saskatchewan, Parliament Buildings,
Regina, Sask.; secretary, Cecil Richards, F.C.A., Superintendent of Insurance,
Province of Ontario, 123 Edward Street, Toronto 2, Ont.
Following the election of officers, the Superintendents accepted the invitation
of the Superintendent of Nova Scotia to hold the 1965 conference at Halifax, N.S.,
during the week commencing September 21, 1965.
Respectfully submitted.
E. T. CANTELL,
Superintendent of Insurance.
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E. A. Titchmarsh.
N. R. C. Pooley.
B.C.F.G. MUTUAL HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
Directors
J. B. M. Clarke.
D. P. Fraser.
J. Luthy.
C. W. Husband.
M. Kawano.
E. A. Titchmarsh, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Bonds (book value) 	
Stocks (book value) 	
Cash on hand and in banks
Interest accrued 	
Deduct assets not admitted—Investments, stocks unauthorized
$108,376.45
25.00
2,144.74
913.35
$111,459.54
25.00
$111,434.54
Expenses due and accrued
Guarantee stock—
Authorized	
Subscribed 	
Paid up
Reserve fund
Liabilities
$50,000.00
18,610.00
$937.20
$18,610.00
91,887.34
$110,497.34
$111,434.54
Premiums earned (net) 	
Claims incurred (net) 	
Adjustment expenses (net)
Commissions 	
Profit and Loss Account
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
Management fee	
All other expenses	
Underwriting profit	
Other revenue—Interest earned
Net profit	
$186,105.40
$125,440.49
4,789.24
10,414.26
300.00
20,713.04
1,894,54
163,551.57
$22,553.83
4,253.40
$26,807.23
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 99.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 40
BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
John Norman. F. A. Griffiths. E. J. O. Greenwood.
P. B. Paine. R. F. Gardiner. W. H. Molyneux.
J. Norman, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Bonds and debentures (book value)   $216,077.33
Book value of stocks  18,789.08
Cash on hand and in banks  12,111.64
Interest accrued   4,566.37
Loan receivable (affiliated company)   80,000.00
Balances due from affiliated companies  6,989.84
Excess of market value of investments over book value  13,259.03
Deduct assets not admitted—Excess of market value of investment over book value
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims
Unearned premiums
Expenses due and accrued
Taxes due and accrued 	
Provision for fluctuation on investments
Capital stock—
Authorized—
Preferred  	
Common   	
Subscribed—Common 	
Amount paid in cash	
Surplus 	
$351,793.29
13,259.03
$338,534.26
$14,324.40
40,223.95
675.00
14,153.73
950.00
$100,000.00
400,000.00
$221,945.00
_ $111,177.50
... 157,029.68
268,207.18
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	
Dividends earned
$48,757.20
40,207.92
13,154.41
1,403.07
113.92
$13,171.71
884.93
$338,534.26
$99,121.49
103,636.52
$4,515.03
14,056.64
Other expenditure—
Income taxes   $2,003.74
Increase in deficiency of market under book value of securities  2,797.53
Australian federal taxes   5,328.95
$9,541.61
10,130.22
Net loss
$588.61
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 84.)
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, 1964 B 41
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
G. E. Lafreniere. J. Bird. M. Trotzuk.
H. A. St. Laurent. D. N. Bell-Irving. J. A. Coleman.
G. E. Lafreniere, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Bonds (book value)   $30,456.25
Cash on hand and in banks   53,060.33
Interest accrued  599.69
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected  21,662.66
$105,778.93
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances prior to October 1, 1964        $756.71
Deficiency of market under book value         400.00
         1,156.71
$104,622.22
Liabilities
Reserve for unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)      $81,311.50
Taxes due and accrued          1,404.65
Claims         5,191.48
Capital stock—
Authorized   $25,000.00
Subscribed and paid up  $10,000.00
Reserve fund         200.00
Surplus        6,514.59
16,714.59
$104,622.22
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)        $63,860.41
Claims incurred (net)   $38,982.36
Commissions     15,481.56
Taxes         1,659.65
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses       5,610.00
All other expenses        1,492.95
       63,226.52
Underwriting profit   $633.89
Other revenue—Interest earned          4,430.45
Net profit      $5,064.34
Returns for British Columbia
{See page 84.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 42 BRITISH COLUMBIA
FRUIT GROWERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
Directors
N. R. C. Pooley. D. P. Fraser. M. Kawano.
E. M. Tait. J. Luthy. D. Richard
J. B. M. Clarke. R. Maddocks.
N. R. C. Pooley, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Real estate—Office premises  $ 10,000.00
Mortgage loans on real estate  15,646.37
Bonds and debentures (book value)   442,836.94
Stocks   25.00
Cash on hand and in banks  8,093.37
Interest accrued  4,973.03
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net commission deducted)   69,798.09
Amounts owing by reinsurers  7,073.89
$558,446.69
Deduct assets not admitted—
Stocks   $25.00
Premiums written prior to October 1, 1964        3,472.32
         3,497.32
$554,949.37
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims  $131,683.42
Reserve for unearned premium (net, at 80 per cent)   $164,478.14
Reserve for unearned premium (at 100 per cent)   913.73
     165,391.87
Expenses due and accrued  17,748.62
Taxes due and accrued  6,691.90
Borrov/ed money  24,955.17
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts  1,142.09
Agents' balances, return premiums, and premiums paid in advance  10,155.41
Provision for reinsurance commissions refundable  5,000.00
$362,768.48
Guaranteed stock—
Authorized   $500,000.00
Subscribed      243,800.00
Paid up  $243,800.00
Deficit in Profit and Loss Account       51,619.11
     192,180.89
$554,949.37
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1964 , B 43
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)   $348,280.25
Claims incurred (net)   $249,661.75
Adjustment expenses (net)        25,397.33
Commissions         21,292.67
Taxes         10,556.39
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses     102,524.52
All other expenses       48,250.36
     415,097.68
Underwriting loss $66,817.43
Other revenue—
Interest earned   $21,376.06
Management fees   20,713.04
Inspection and service fees  759.94
Service fees (budget premiums)   4,024.14
     $46,873.18
Other expenditure—Bad debts written off  253.75
46,619.43
Net loss     $20,198.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 64, 69, 74, 77, 80, 84, 90, and 94.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 44 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
H. S. Berry. H. Bose. R. Bridge.
W. M. Page. L. Gilmore. J. T. Oliver.
E. E. Townsley. H. Burr. W. McNair.
R. V. Hurford. J. C. Brannick. K. B. McKechnie.
W. J. Park.
H. S. Berry, President
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Bonds (book value)  $147,380.01
Cash on hand and in banks  1,771.19
Interest accrued  2,012.28
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)   37,931.40
Amounts owing by reinsurers  5,718.24
All other assets  11,819.54
$206,632.66
Deduct assets not admitted—
Premiums written prior to October 1, 1964  $893.41
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds        7,988.76
Agents' commissions paid in advance       10,555.23
Miscellaneous          1,264.31
       20,701.71
$185,930.95
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims  $222.10
Reserve for unearned premiums  75,911.62
Expenses due and accrued  144.59
Taxes due and accrued  478.65
Borrowed money  32,000.00
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts  26,549.84
Reserve fund     $22,000.00
Surplus        28,624.15
  50,624.15
$185,930.95
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
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Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)
Claims incurred (net)
Adjustment expenses incurred (net)
Commissions 	
Taxes  	
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses	
Underwriting loss
Other revenue—
Interest earned	
Other 	
Other expenditure
Net loss .
$21,289.26
491.77
8,505.79
625.65
18,011.49
8,422.99
$6,311.24
697.05
$7,008.29
1,948.51
$49,302.11
57,346.95
$8,044.84
5,059.78
$2,985.06
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 46 BRITISH COLUMBIA
NORTH WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
D. R. Annett. C. G. King. Peter G. Ropchan.
Clayton Delbridge. R. J. Leonard. Capt. H. J. C. Terry.
Einar M. Gunderson. Harold McNamara. John Wintermeyer.
E. A. Johnson, M.D.
Peter G. Ropchan, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Bonds owned by the company  $2,126,656.82
Mortgage loans on real estate  107,856.30
Policy loans   54,691.25
Cash   54,325.41
Investment income due and accrued  25,107.03
Outstanding life assurance premiums and annuity considerations  34,850.70
Outstanding accident and sickness premiums due and unpaid effective after September 30th of current year (net)   132.67
Amounts due from other companies on reassured contracts for claims paid  2,631.00
Other assets   3,015.03
$2,409,266.21
Deduct assets not admitted   1,900.00
$2,407,366.21
Liabilities
Actuarial reserve for life assurance and annuity contracts in force  $842,440.00
Aggregate reserve for accident and sickness assurance  3,069.00
Outstanding claims under assurance and annuity contracts  29,843.80
Amounts on deposit with company  128,937.71
Assurance premiums and annuity considerations received in advance  4,656.45
Taxes, licences, and fees, due and accrued  9,267.67
General and investment expenses, due and accrued  2,978.53
Investment income received in advance  2,253.64
Amounts received but not yet allocated  8,281.80
Income-tax deductions payable   2,451.87
Reinsurance premiums payable   19,101.06
Agents' credit balances   387.02
Capital stock—
Authorized   $600,000.00
Subscribed     530,300.00
Paid     $530,300.00
Surplus in Shareholders' Fund  1,662,275.82
Deficit in Assurance and Annuity Funds —838,878.16
  1,353,697.66
$2,407,366.21
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
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Income
Premiums—
Life assurance and annuities
Accident and sickness assurance
$496,801.18
9,859.16
Investment income (net)
Miscellaneous revenue __.
Disbursements
Claims incurred—
Life assurance and annuities	
Accident and sickness assurance
Normal increase in actuarial reserve _
$127,464.42
9,266.00
226,529.00
2,309.00
8,573.22
12,862.97
Commissions on assurance premiums and anuity considerations     124,534.10
General expenses     463,152.69
Dividends to policyholders         5,056.37
Increase in aggregate reserve for accident and sickness assurance
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with the company	
Taxes, licences, and fees	
Excess of disbursements over income
Surplus Account
Increases—
Capital gain on investments  $12,385.34
Premium on sale of shares  991,200.00
Proceeds of sale of share purchase warrants  2,500.00
Decrease in unadmitted assets   6,342.10
Decreases-
Balance from summary of operations
$506,660.34
107,892,56
1,360.26
$615,913.16
979,747.77
$363,834.61
$1,012,427.44
$363,834.61
Commissions paid on sale of capital stock       88,201.00
Cost of share issue        30,001.20
 482,036.81
$530,390.63
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 59 and 95.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 48
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PACIFIC AUTOMOBILE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
Arnold B. Cliff. Andrew A. Keating.
Joseph O. Turner.
A. A. Keating, President.
George Robinson.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31,
Assets
1964
Bonds and debentures (book value)
Stocks (book value) 	
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest accrued	
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net commission deducted)
All other assets	
Deduct assets not admitted—Agents' balances on premiums written
prior to October 1, 1964	
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds	
Deficiency of market under book value of stocks	
Fixed assets 	
Prepaid expenses	
$152,121.70
42,329.00
209,223.86
2,438.75
40,550.82
42,424.58
$489,088.71
Accounts receivable (other)
Other assets 	
$234.82
34.20
6,077.50
5,207.21
2,189.58
7,238.02
23,586.77
       44,568.10
$444,520.61
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims  $49,187.48
Adjustment expenses  7,968.75
Unearned premiums (net, at 80 per cent)   137,223.08
Expenses due and accrued  2,105.53
Taxes due and accrued  9,105.80
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts  5,821.81
Agents' credit balances, return premiums, and premiums paid in advance  17,622.45
$229,034.90
Capital stock—
Authorized   $300,000.00
Subscribed     200,000.00
Paid up  $200,000.00
Surplus        15,485.71
     215,485.71
$444,520.61
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1964
B 49
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net) 	
Claims incurred (net) 	
Adjustment expenses incurred (net)
Commissions	
Taxes	
$231,793.21
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses	
$84,496.33
10,309.09
55,649.34
7,927.77
48,783.50
23,354.52
230,520.55
Underwriting profit
Other revenue—
Interest earned 	
Dividends earned	
Profit on sale of securities and real estate .
Adjustment of prior years' profits
Transfer to deferred costs of developing newly established office
$14,780.12
405.00
58.75
687.53
23,586.77
$1,272.66
39,518.17
Other expenditure—
Income taxes ._
Life insurance expense
Net profit
$239.71
849.00
$40,790.83
1,088.71
$39,702.12
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 70.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 50
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PACIFIC COAST FISHERMEN'S MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
M. Berg.
A. Rintoul.
W. Emerson.
E. Bredalsen.
O. Moan.
R. Bentsen.
R. Pallant.
Directors
G. Martinolich.
F. York
P. Mayede.
W. Mead-Miller.
Bill Warnock.
John Chambers.
M. Berg, President.
R. Emerson.
J. Homer.
G. Hansen.
H. Lloyd.
E. Wick.
A. Dybhavn.
A. Petersen.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Mortgage loans on real estate  $13,350.00
Bonds and debentures (book value)   732,991.33
Cash on hand and in banks  77,671.05
Interest accrued  11,815.51
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted)   62,145.45
All other assets  4,024.20
$901,997.54
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances prior to October 1, 1964 .
Investments 	
Miscellaneous
$12,979.57
46,000.00
74,848.74
133,828.31
$768,169.23
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims	
Reserve for unearned premiums
Expenses due and accrued
  $50,000.00
  257,467.10
  800.00
  5,006.25
Agents' credit balances, return premiums, and premiums paid in advance  15,030.19
Contingency reserves   —. 105,534.73
Estimated lay-up credits  65,000.00
Premium refunds retained   70,293.67
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts
$569,131.94
Guaranteed stock-
Authorized __
Subscribed	
Paid up 	
Surplus 	
$25,000.00
22,620.00
$22,620.00
176,417.29
199,037.29
$768,169.23
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1964
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net) 	
Claims incurred (net)   $282,102.43
Adjustment expenses (net)   14,491.06
Taxes   463.00
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses  34,491.03
All other expenses  27,016.34
Other revenue—
Interest earned
Bad debts recovered
Net profit	
B 51
$575,225.05
358,563.86
$216,661.19
$37,567.65
105.37
37,673.02
$254,334.21
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 98.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 52
BRITISH COLUMBIA
ROBERTS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Clearbrook, B.C.
F. Klassen.
C. Thiessen.
C. Hiebert.
J. Penner.
Directors
H. Neufeld.
J. V. Esau.
John J. Peters.
J. Martens.
Klassen, President.
W. J. Wiebe.
H. Peter.
P. Barg.
J. P. Rempel.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Agreements for sale of real estate  $4,977.20
Mortgage loans on real estate  2,378.69
Bonds (book value)   10,035.12
Cash on hand and in banks  4,900.03
Interest accrued  237.33
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected  3,037.68
All other assets  1,829.09
$27,395.14
Deduct assets not admitted—
Agents' balances on premiums written prior to October 1, 1964     $1,447.11
Prepaid commissions       1,285.00
Incorporation expenses         544.09
Other   37.33
       3,313.53
$24,081.61
Liabilities
Unearned premiums  $6,422.00
Expenses due and accrued  300.00
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts  841.05
Agents' credit balances, return premiums, and premiums paid in advance  190.82
Guaranteed stock-
Authorized -.
Subscribed __
Paid 	
$100,000.00
2,400.00
Surplus
$285.00
16,042.74
$7,753.87
16,327.74
$24,081.61
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1964 B 53
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)      $4,958.75
Claims incurred (net)   $503.38
Adjustment expenses incurred (net)   31.53
Commissions  1,082.05
Taxes   34.00
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses  1,782.13
All other expenses  637.73
4,070.82
Underwriting profit       $ 887.93
Other revenue—
Interest earned     $1,012.57
Profit on sale of securities         218.91
       1,231.48
$2,119.41
Other expenditure—-Bad debts written off  91.86
Net profit     $2,027.55
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 65.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 54 BRITISH COLUMBIA
ROYAL GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
Thomas N. Beaupre. Nicholas Dekker. Fred O. Hodgson.
Brenton S. Brown. William F. Foster. Albert R. Jube.
Ralph T. Cunningham. J. Victor Herd. George R. Parsons.
Geoffrey Davey. Nathan H. Wentworth.
Nathan H. Wentworth, President.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Cash on hand and in banks     $45,623.90
All other assets—Accounts receivable from Royal General Insurance Company of
Canada (Federal)       54,376.10
$100,000.00
Liabilities
Capital stock—
Authorized  $ 1,000,000.00
Subscribed         100,000.00
Paid up  $100,000.00
$100,000.00
Profit and Loss Account
Taxes   $266.50
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses  1,690.93
All other expenses—Underwriting loss  206.02
Other revenue—
Interest earned        $ 18,134.49
Increase in amortized over book value  476.08
Other expenditure—
Income taxes  $7,894.53
Investment expenses  181.98
Loss on sale—net of assets and liabilities  421,457.88
$2,163.45
18,610.57
429,534.39
Net loss for the year  $413,087.27
All the assets and liabilities of this company have been transferred to the Federally licensed
company of the same name.
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 65 and 70.)
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,  1964
B 55
SEABOARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Joseph M. Burnett.
A. B. Christopher.
Ronald L. Cliff.
Ralph T. Cunningham.
Graham R. Dawson.
Directors
Malcolm S. Fergusson.
Carl I. Hall.
Ernest Hudson.
Allan M. McGavin.
Harry J. Seed, President.
John A. McMahon.
Arthur Phillips.
Harry J. Seed.
John J. West.
Charles H. Wills.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1964
Assets
Bonds owned by the company
Stocks owned by the company
Mortgage loans on real estate
Policy loans	
Cash 	
Investment income due and accrued	
Outstanding life assurance premiums and annuity considerations	
Accident and sickness premiums due and unpaid (net) after September 30, 1964..
Amounts due from other companies on reassured contracts for claims paid	
Other admitted assets 	
Deduct assets not admitted-
Non-admitted assets—
Incorporation expenses
■Shares owned by the company
Furniture and equipment
Leasehold improvements
Prepaid items (supplies)
$833,588.53
7,500.00
231,457.34
517.56
2,151.46
10,607.71
8,194.88
59,257.28
285.00
6,489.91
$1,160,049.67
7,500.00
$24,405.84
19,504.33
9,336.24
2,500.00
$55,746,41 $1,152,549.67
Liabilities
Actuarial reserve for life assurance and annuity contracts in force
Aggregate reserve for accident and sickness assurance
Outstanding claims under assurance and annuity contracts including provision for
unreported claims	
Amounts on deposit with the company
Assurance premiums and annuity considerations received in advance
Taxes, licences, and fees, due and accrued	
General and investment expenses, due and accrued	
Bank overdrafts	
Amounts received not yet allocated	
Miscellaneous liabilities—
Due to reinsurers 	
Agents' credit balances	
Other 	
$9,168.35
5,991.98
200.68
Capital—■
Authorized
$2,000,000.00
Subscribed         1,012,670.00
Paid up
Surplus in Shareholders' Fund
Deficit 	
$1,012,670.00
47.00
-405,920.31
$240,903.00
76,600.00
117,112.00
40,390.75
6,361.55
17,296.87
4,210.34
21,510.52
6,006.94
15,361.01
606,796.69
$1,152,549.67
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Summary of Operations
Income
Premiums-
Life assurance and annuities 	
_   $354,370.33
Accident and sickness assurance     656,280.03
—  $1,010,650.36
Investment income (net)         53,865.99
Miscellaneous   10.00
Disbursements
Claims incurred—
Life assurance and annuities     $15,712.57
Accident and sickness assurance    417,391.66
$1,064,526.35
$433,104.23
Normal increase in actuarial reserve  102,619.00
Increase in aggregate reserve for accident and sickness assurance  4,100.00
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with company  1,085.34
Taxes, licences, and fees  21,071.14
Commissions on assurance premiums and annuity considerations  224,493.50
General expenses  265,607.26
Dividends to policyholders  17,887.70
     1,069,968.17
Deficit         $5,441.82
Surplus Account
Increases—
Capital gain on investments (net)       $8,590.80
Premium on capital stock  47.00
         $8,637.80
Decreases—
Balance from summary of operations      $5,441.82
Increase in non-admitted assets        7,311.00
  12,752.82
Net decrease         $4,115.02
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 59 and 95.)
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 57
UNITED HOME MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Directors
Samuel C. Gardiner. Richard P. Anderson. James C. T. McLean.
Samuel C. Gardiner—President.
Statement for the Period November 17, 1964, to December 31, 1964
Assets
Bonds (book value)
Cash on hand and in banks
Interest and dividends due _
All other assets—Office furniture and equipment
Deduct assets not admitted—Office furniture and equipment
Liabilities
Provision for unpaid claims	
Expenses due and accrued 	
Agents' credit balances, return premiums and premiums paid in advance
Contingency reserves 	
Guarantee stock—
Paid up	
Surplus 	
Profit and Loss Account
Premiums earned (net)
Claims incurred (net) _.
Commissions 	
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses
All other expenses	
Underwriting profit _
Other revenue—
Interest earned ___
Membership fees
Net profit	
$276,162.50
25,673.91
4,230.50
8,335.93
$314,402.84
8,335.93
$306,066.91
$97,539.00
1,186.43
71,794.34
22,500.00
$193,019.77
$103,880.00
9,167.14
113,047.14
$306,066.91
$41,358.43
2,579.32
6,214.07
3,747.72
$1,842.83
708.00
$68,851.78
53,899.54
$14,952.24
2,550.83
$17,503.07
Returns for British Columbia
(Seepage 96.)
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 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
B 59
Insurer
Premium Income
Assurance
Annuities
Sinking
Fund
Payments
Disbursements
Assurance
On Death
or
Maturity
On Surrender, for
Disability,
Dividends,
etc.
Annuities
To
Annuitants
On Death,
Surrender.
etc
Exhibit at Policies
In Force,
Jan. 1.
1964
New
Issued
In Force,
Dec. 31,
1964
Dominion Life Assurance Co.	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co..
T. Eaton Life Assurance Co.	
Empire Life Insurance Co. :	
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United
States
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co.	
Federal Life & Casualty Co	
Federated Life Insurance Co.	
Fidelity Life Assurance Co. —
Acadia Life Insurance Co. Ordinary	
Aetna Life Insurance Co. ( Ordinary—
j Group	
Alliance Mutual Life Insurance Co. j Ordinary—
/ Group	
Allstate Life Insurance Co. ... ( Ordinary—
J Group	
Allstate Life Insurance Co. of Canada f Ordinary—
\ Group	
Beacon Insurance Co. Ltd Ordinary—
British Pacific Life Insurance Co f Ordinary—
| Group	
California-Western States Life Insurance Co Ordinary-
Canada Life Assurance Co. f Ordinary—
i Group —
Canadian Premier Life Insurance Co | Ordinary—
1 Group	
Commercial Life Assurance Co. of Canada C Ordinary—
| Group 	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd. Ordinary-
Confederation Life Association f Ordinary—
/ Group	
Continental Assurance Co f Ordinary—
1 Group	
Continental Life Insurance Co j Ordinary—
/ Group	
Co-operative Life Insurance Co ! j Ordinary—
J Group	
Credit Life Insurance Co j Ordinary—
7 Group
Crown Life Insurance Co j Ordinary—
i Group	
Cuna Mutual Insurance Society i Ordinary—
J Group	
Dejardins Mutual Life Assurance Co. . Ordinary—
" Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary	
Group	
Ordinary	
Group	
Ordinary—
Group	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary	
Group	
Ordinary	
Group	
Ordinary	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary	
Group —
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary_
Group	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary _
Industrial .
Group	
Ordinary-
Group  	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary-
Group   	
Ordinary-
Ordinary .
Industrial.
Group	
Ordinary-
Ordinary _.
Group	
Ordinary-
Group  	
Ordinary-
Group
Ordinary .
Industrial.
Group	
Ordinary-
Ordinary.-
Group 	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary-
Group   	
Ordinary	
Ordinary _
Group	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary _
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary..-
Group —
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary _
Group	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary—
Group i
Ordinary	
Ordinary-
Ordinary—
Group	
Ordinary _.
Industrial-
Group	
Ordinary	
Group	
Ordinary	
Group	
Ordinary	
Group   ...
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary	
Ordinary	
Group	
Ordinary-
Group 	
Ordinary	
Group	
Ordinary-
Ordinary....
Group	
Global Life Insurance Co.	
Globe Life Insurance Co.	
Great-West Life Assurance Co	
Holland Life Insurance Society Ltd,
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
Income Life Insurance Co. of Canada	
Industrial Life Insurance Co.	
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.	
Life Insurance Co. of Alberta	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd.
London Assurance	
London Life Insurance Co	
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co	
Macabees Mutual Life Insurance Co	
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co..
Maritime Life Assurance Co	
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
Ministers Life & Casualty Union	
Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co..
Monarch Life Assurance Co.
Montreal Life Insurance Co-
Munich Reinsurance Co	
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York-
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
New York Life Insurance Co._	
North American Life & Casualty Co._
North American Life Assurance Co._
North West Life Assurance Co.	
Northern Life Assurance Co	
Norwich Union Life Insurance Society	
Occidental Life InsuranceCo. of California-
Old Republic Life Insurance Co.	
Paul Revere Life Insurance Co.	
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd	
Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.	
Pierce National Life Insurance Co..
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd	
Prudential Insurance Co. of America	
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Seaboard Life Insurance Co	
Sovereign Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
Standard Life Assurance Co	
State Farm Life Insurance Co	
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
Travelers Insurance Co :	
United Benefit Life Insurance Co.	
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd	
Wawanesa Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Western Life Assurance Co Ordinary.-
Westmount Life Insurance Co. Ordinary-
Totals for 1964.	
Totals for 1963 I	
S21,422
119,364
329,640
50,765
2,324
58,004
14,088
8,240
4,788
40,693
77,804
45,153
580
3,027,171
981,356
196,302
10,197
106,761
3,428
53,063
2,139,335
451,104
56,925
13,699
371,289
21,343
222.981
593,019
—6.108
2,381.009
1,491,617
71,572
1,204,653
418
17.905
1,572.894
21.924
155,568
9.413
159.903
111.345
311.643
28 452
5.859
21.400
366 606
45.368
1.150 873
53,122
28,003
808
447.124
36.739
3.818
387
697
10 074
3.987.196
995.465
95.986
529
1,923.384
174.004
5.728
725
8.937
1.322
28 681
2.282
49 808
130.226
404
136.257
9 868
31.703
6,816.776
46 539
602.452
15.428
88,065
3,093,756
125.291
52 469
750
5.731.446
882.741
753.216
14.142
600
2,766
1,345.398
7.247
306.816
6.364
14,296
7,300.693
542.351
521.592
3.686
592.032
303,198
957.060
112.445
210.128
123.783
2,999,428
208.616
192.782
10.051
107.476
393
285.690
6 058
1,199.238
90,561
34.526
17.115
72.738
4.246
8,780
16.889
1,196.878
35.552
3,092.064
367.174
297.675
354,158
2,378
230,636
9.827
238,254
96.086
667.369
241.992
18,754
6,068.507
2,561.642
357,743
379.972
74.453
1,145
14,296
43,842
455
55.250
—24,401
$56,135
9,016
$78,516,333
$73,575,326
388,878
839,808
381
253
2,658
96.900
377,599
100
1,318
19,531
1,340
2.406
157,049
34L463
,134 733
25.419
17,655
437.488
91.250
52,663
58,815
22,304
74.197
4,785
-11.036
50.387
24.608
20.202
34,523
65.560
12.585
725.465
1,233,432
967
614.605
443,891
1.406
6.279
1.200
162,380
539,667
1.294 395
1,174,069
16,132
8,906
563
35,314
119392
129.246
255,712
15.199
108,749
849,201
275,632
17.123
113,316
671
5,042
831.135
1,087,624
43,311
~2334
1,754
104
6,457
289.343
4,350,802
275,129
468,847
2,791
346
3,172
"745
$20,213,049
$18,617,877
21.365 I
169.057 I
19,135 I
79,991
80
$54,451
166,102
60
41,404
2,885
4,931
750
6,992
30/474
850.208
637,182
6,957
41,620
383
3.836
952,986
214.625
2,000
33.198
151.947
27.611
16.165
430,433
1,114
813.530
1,402,837
11.507
805,998
7,768
455.097
33,035
39,449
51,974
36.150
185.121
14.960
3.353
25341
61,011
10.710
256.108
54,264
43.779
8.284
—479
7.049
1,398.296
770,075
606.821
126.467
509
1.301
21.572
11.659
11,000
"T1.394
7400
1,077.985
40,220
354.611
8.819
34,981
1,016.854
40,218
31,350
1,325.377
691,998
480,323
1,000
3.000
332,390
1.854
78,174
7400
2,210,968
349.623
66,819
68,350
246,177
223,383
72,146
15,148
40.211
998,031
116,740
63,319
56,713
26,903
289,892
78,217
14,530
46
47,206
30
16,163
2.567
130.274
30.649
912.774
183,712
219.433
71,057
10,002
1,880
88.313
39,046
152,907
132,512
6,000
1,566.923
1,620.671
208.836
230.668
1,000
"^.soo
32,325
$27,148,272
$23,693,773
$494
43,702
10,103
1,583
26
39
243
~ 2,234
2,007
~67
1,367,289
83,286
15,392
35,042
2,972
8,643
923,872
14.255
15.191
108
127,202
39,476
159,058
744.586
16.572
17,568
257,266
4
4,227
767,491
49,273
42,959
88,721
9.671
9.917
131,202
40
368,535
78
78,319
220
68
1,964.397
5.679
3396
4,170
803,539
66
759
1.887
15.604
12,720
	
3,687
1329
2,722,212
70.263
115,886
8.347
39,033
1,251.076
576
13,457
2,085,995
1,001.195
196,902
3,625
633
501,872
143,832
235
3,489.610
131.704
170,291
367
145,240
1,395
633,508
2,597
48336
1,445.205
7,952
20,583
52,629
17
113,741
91,836
811
534,459
1,346,401
317,324
79,788
284,187
16,968
143,944
217,097
31,977
961
2,900.219
570.126
71,706
—6,212
20,157
120
"21,804
$45
20,770
178,278
77.185
2,687
1,029
67,854
13,787
14,053
7,556
$446
168.320
122,632
37
7,845
890
60.265
89,045
1,458
115308
143,749
90.041   I
16.408 !
1,353
1,994
874
436
18,214
23,664
5.120
1.803
10,049
5,926
90
41,261
156.943
297/427
1.887
2,183
124.228
9,257
238
1.440
26,498
1,099
1,723
1470
169.052
360,268
1.262
11,604
33.252
7.072
4,923
110
58363
35,457
1,025
2,973
240
235
5,250
1,920
27,137
11.807
288
314,826
4,285
360
100
4,760
171,636
175314
188,537
104.028
22.107
30
3
209
3,909
171.709
5,228
686
118343
52,786 51,330
1.090 !         44,613
2.781 I         15.118
27,263 20,622
262,301
34,649 I
196,425
76,125
6,098
18,781
14,522
1,737
23,376
7.379
179,651 I  127,029
156,502   495,636
2,095      164
2,209
3,123
240
5,085
1,248
683
11,306     6.674
22,185 I  142,086
4,457
33,526
127
31,514
151,285
642,464
6,231
36,061
49,251
166,345
690,328
165,845 j 128,880
299,789 j 1,045366
1,204
128
1,314
250
276
~69
$1,159,703
5,066,535
54,734,857
3/423.902 '
222.279
5.645,833
755,313
3.999
4.585
6,360
15
155,770
100,143
17,622
244
5,171
575
1,031
110,367
82.968
2,418
1,338
18,397
3,479
10,088
55,609
$29,318,911 I $4,110,060 I $5,483,613
$26,942,892 | $3,514,569 I $4,476,969
245
704
779
111
915
,743
,182
,820
,006
,018
332
508
,068
.510
966
659
350
.712
494
664
23
2,820
155
2,735
1.728
336
9,018
1,115
2.194
367/413
1,204
71,706
472
3,440
2
150,958
21,871
2,370
88
242384
21,410
94,944
609
10
437
71,341
1326
16320,
464
746
385,634
76,496
21,787,
666
32,035
63,966,
41,999
11,972
13,483
13,437
157,241
35,920,
8,331
1,009
7,617
2
11,622
524
162,630
11,266
64
47,842
5,970
129,397
7,853
42,567
13,823
258
3,767
3,125
12,201
16,101
37,125
26,029
735
300.082
302361
17,803
52,200
3,007
131
746
2376,
3,019.
160
1,593,707
114,477,905
235.740.238
4,760.036
159,453,649
3,000
2,021364
73,103.748
3,123,415
9308.711
1,806.862
7,472303
13/481.900
17,714,622
571,518
375.104
6.762.079
19390.598
7320,663
50365.087
7,835,385 |
4,009,175
25.933.668
3.846.198 j
2,842,134
760338
183.974323
178.188.047
6.161.239
173.150
83327.940
20395376
509 I
500
101 j
691
322
619
290
856
719
,870
264
072 I
401
,137 !
,818 ;
,000 I
352
.370
,110 j
719
,459
490
249
,509 j
.418 j
,000
,498 I
,698 !
579 j
266
,756
785
.865
768
236
,408
066
,737
398
314
372
704
338
,696
300
,628
,000
,054
,893
142
,977
2,411,166
849,638
13,959,199
109,320
1,795,746
,450
,951
,473
354
.554
334
,640
,000
,788
,793
004
542 I
812
040 j
,106 |
,862 |
,561 j
.400 !
.991 j
,034 |
,250 j
,757  i
569  I
820
000
$1/441372
48,000
1369.000
1,763,584
2,385.376
133,000
8,489.438
1301,000
1,972383
18320382
13,791,100
3,463,622
200,000
1394,359
3,642/138
10346368
3.944,013
306,000
1,874,405
596,200
3,447319
18,765,591
20384331
10/429399
326.844
1,947367
69,001
7,090,679
874,900
692,719
626,785
1,980300
2.352.804
512.500
19,446
3,640.094
750,000
8,108,524
1330,913
10,781
—2,226
1,114
486
9,214
11,481
683
41,722
22,371
3,768
16,056
851
I
67.810
15,082.811
1.441,283
311349
235300
80384
27347.677
12389.844
1,733.618
26,000
10,848324
5,736363
808.923
150,000
308309
786310
5,000
2,129,273
5,727,111
469.000
2,031,906
47,448321
15334,435
176350
38,000
17,781,029
2300,440
6334,760
70,270
31390312
694
6,157,742
29379
7,784,127
24,431
1316377
438,871
54348,371
8367311
4,496342
60,000
4348,028
4,863,852
2,543,871
2,151,908
3,807,770
1361,500
22,868,658
4,960,525
9,607,435
2,428,493
248,482
1,139,288
60,831,335
1372,862
1,000,894
79,000
110,350
5,694,792
285,000
13,074,466
150,130
3,117,000
3,489,650
698
471
498
,501
,371
300
091
885
065
400
620
967
438,871
2,019,985
269,970
1,236,731
3,461,500
$2341377
4363,992
57,714.493
4,534372
372385
5,963328
1,640397
7365384
1301,000
3,774354
4313380
6,911377
15328
159,815371
120,806.517
20358.091
402371
6,177351
449,446
3,775,151
114,773338
88,121345
2,453381
2300350
18391,764
33933SO
12,857.008
82339370
I3533OO
125362.641
261329325
4,957334
157328396
3.000
2307.903
73359,737
3.255397
8,718,793
1.9063U
7.507,740
14.516300
17396371
577.387
343.952
5,999357"
21336372
11,426319
53.860354
11,199,736
3332358
67,810
34,711,311
5387.142
4393399
86.000
235300
749384
197390,314
195/152333
6,768,721
104,200
87335.741
35568.938
808.923
186.000
764.360
5,487
3,899.348
130.305
5,879,107
1,652.832
2.094
12,793.066
1327.761
3.815.004
396381,994
1,540.561
89,967,564
598.995
3,164,555
2.000
156,791,964
26329,356
8398.828
85.443
245,472,463
18,735,151
101,700356
614.888
10,016
248,241
73,422,724
993,984
15339,300
417,334
1,129,047
414,736,974
89,551336
23326323
664,921
33597329
75339,670
40,732,694
15,360535
14300,686
12,142,049
167302,424
40,695,329
14,714,875
3,787500
7362524
2,000
11,888,438
563,893
202,882371
13,510,050
20.0C0
2,309,514
1,419,647
19,116,084
252,252
1,781,080
135,050
49,439,897
7,383,332
134,094,654
7,608,959
54,855,959
16,471,005
284,000
13379,671
634,039
12,428,493
24,527,647
45,625,075
42,001,328
1,116,839
319,029,853
347,138,040
19,319.900
63,122,369
3,430,959
119,750
1,129,048
3,791,808
269,970
3,075,864
3,551,500
$5,093,833,103 I $728,515,884 I $5,651,192,205
$4,623,646,183 | $690,798,148 | $5,093519,997
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TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$152,294
30,701
2,883
249,814
4,744
Nil
91,387
—76,688
171,030
12,482
—3,488
4,519
5,129
83,154
29,013
78,240
— 11,915
47,612
163,967
50,945
65,818
33,750
63,300
28,286
195,481
33,329
38,884
222,944
1,413
9,294
5,985
61,864
747
116,575
21,776
3,753
126,574
74,894
561,646
95,238
29,112
13,816
28,144
96,799
1,224
22,773
165,421
219,468
20,159
67,096
132,932
168,563
461
2,811
119,737
(2)
$135,080
29,210
2,701
168,992
7,854
Nil
95,627
38,291
40,309
16,149
46,149
24,141
4,936
71,225
20,538
93,001
48,516
150,144
41,318
41,576
15,628
56,980
22,335
157,386
26,173
30,540
70,053
73,538
49,234
25,804
157,469
1,025
115,711
26,207
5,613
84,940
65,997
544,330
71,282
17,798
11,122
42,192
112,070
38,399
15,120
160,567
166,958
15,645
63,613
97,049
111,292
1,514
4,278
190,150
-9
142,898
159,094
202,869
60,453
47,773
83,548
142,333
249,675
5,407
16,625
(3)
$79,401
28,065
773
55,163
3,023
iVi.
63,865
13,387
3,276
8,813
17,126
27,790
3,175
38,077
2,964
37,434
Per Cent
58.80
96.08
28.62
32.60
38.50
66.80
35.00
8.10
54.60
37.11
115.11
64.32
53.50
14.40
40.25
64.45
55.80
86.10
110.80
15.60
57.25
7.30
64.50
62.50
62.50
68.10
65.85
89.85
23.90
46.50
231.50
51.00
27.19
36.07
69.15
40.40
32.00
66.42
95.30
27.13
29.60
51.39
32.20
77.60
83.79
87.48
76.20
42.10
84.90
25.1
45.70
67.80
Allstate Insurance Co. of Canada _	
American Equitable Assurance Co. of New York	
American Insurance Co.           "	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd.    ,
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd    	
Rflloisp. Marine Insurance Cn. T.td.
31,269
83,736
35,595
46,073
2,445
32,622
1,625
101,487
16,368
19,096
47,685
48,428
44,238
6,171
73,185
-64
267,862
13,354
1,526
30,644
45,640
219,659
22,783
11,821
10,599
11,448
33,188
19,734
4,868
105,723
139,895
13,687
48,459
40,842
94,545
380
1,956
128,858
511
121,399
56,438
79,378
19,474
26,479
48,029
37,399
126,499
8,155
18,846
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co. Ltd.     	
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd.
Century Insurance Co. Ltd.
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd.
Contingency Insurance Co. Ltd.
134,754
104,556
209,148
91,091
39,938
100,423
69,250
233,059
4,436
12,160
85.00
35.50
39.10
32.20
55.43
57.50
26.28
50.70
150.80
117.75
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd. "	
Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd.          —
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd.
$4,934,705
$4,834,435
$2,782,369 |
1
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TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE  PREMIUMS AND  LOSSES  FOR  1964—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
HrtW^ .-^
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward..- 	
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 & Casualty Co. of N.Y	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity-Phenix Insurance Co	
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co 	
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark	
Firemen's Mutual Insurance Co 	
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 Mutual Insurance Co 	
Grain Insurance & Guarantee Co	
Granite State 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    —
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Halifax Insurance Co   	
Hanover Insurance Co 	
Hardware Mutual Casualty Co 	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd	
Home Insurance Co 	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co     	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada—
Imperial Insurance Office—   	
Indemnity Marine Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Insurance Co. of North Amrica	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd.- 	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
Legal and General Assurance Society Ltd 	
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co  	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd	
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd   	
London & County Insurance Co. Ltd  —	
London & Lancashine Guarantee & Accident Co. of Canada
London & Lancashine Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London & Midland General Insurance Co 	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd 	
London Assurance. — 	
London-Canada Insurance Co. 'il 	
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd  	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co —  	
Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance Co.	
Maryland Casualty Co   	
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Merit Insurance Co     	
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wis	
Missiquoi & Rouville Insurance Co 	
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd.-    	
Carried forward 	
(1)        I
$4,934,705  |
I
2,635 |
-8 |
49,827 |
280,651 |
219,854 |
197,041  |
22,807 I
Nil
22,807
41,517
134,814
211,949
— 10,402
25,805
155,170
17,632
714,166
26,489
6,092
113,641
108,333
90,380
184,694
3,089
1,549
165,829
-36
8,361
—617
229,134
285,914
94,263
29,419
189,535
20,199
523
235,722
9,947
208,490
90,341
72,213
29,374
Nil
201,941
14,198
45,190
101,752
4,532
35,140
183,658
21,005
6,526
102,367
142,418
1,391
19,835
209,818
11,816
32,708
50,723
102,540
22,883
19,835
15,672
535,150
24,842
69,102
(2)
$4,834,435
9,074
153
54,794
179,288
217,596
131,424
36,216
Nil
36,216
56,497
156,408
209,635
51,311
32,224
151,921
9,200
676,152
20,856
6,427
78,387
171,581
94,521
156,772
2,895
-6,797
148,768
130
7,193
897
105,791
361,741
52,862
23,559
148,390
15,784
1,012
235,327
58,633
227,215
94,520
56,717
31,045
Nil
194,026
14,182
56,333
98,628
3,880
31,352
182,691
24,568
6,842
110,584
136,070
333
21,075
203,796
20,168
26,461
24,965
44,658
23,680
20,630
3,875
486,638
28,085
4,958
(3)
$2,782,369
21
35,343
117,903
99,757
72,009
24,544
Nil
24.544
36,775
85,433
79,380
2,863
7,479
86,146
5,290
393,071
14,323
6,330
37,077
116,013
56,366
62,611
~i
96,673
29
5,140
1,625
140,315
184,632
45,688
16,255
62,879
17,491
165,588
13,888
291,140
56,366
35,464
20,528
Nil
95,773
2,194
28,183
39,343
232
2,088
122,153
10,115
4,561
62,003
111,879
20
10,766
146,412
6,434
17,797
1,200
7,200
12,213
10,766
419
252,738
13,912
29,813
Per Cent
13.72
64.50
65.76
45.80
54.80
67.80
67.80
65.10
54.62
37.90
5.60
23.21
56.70
57.50
58.10
69.00
98.50
47.30
67.61
59.60
39.94
64.90
22.30
71.50
181.10
132,63
51.00
86.43
69.00
42.40
110.81
70.36
23.70
128.10
59.60
62.50
66.10
49.40
15.47
50.00
39.90
5.90
6.70
66.90
41.17
66.70
56.10
82.20
6.00
51.10
71.84
31.90
67.30
4.80
16.12
51.50
52.20
10.81
51.94
49.50
601.31
$11,198,890  | $10,705,248  |   $6,287,560
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964             B 65
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$11,198,890
104,298
111,066
47,865
162,456
37,300
3,702
28,580
—39,481
119,737
2,200,054
46,202
104,723
158,678
839,482
129,967
28,015
118,630
—470
Nil
13,314
Nil
83,154
— 17,503
Nil
16,318
187,248
82,236
337,084
5,176
22,845
114,241
46,907
256,532
37,851
176,794
19,455
89,033
3,068
65,967
985
Nil
4,327
276,752
Nil
434,528
124,385
107,992
118,419
72,108
40,696
19,835
52,902
14,520
32,184
13,177
37,045
—2,353
-1,873
Nil
76,867
29,008
7,915
57,034
146,872
39,082
1,660
103,561
(2)
$10,705,248
73,601
76,828
49,302
149,830
51,605
3,407
41,061
(3)
$6,287,560
79,137
80,846
21,289
84,751
17,274
11,082
7,004
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107.50
105.00
43.18
56.60
33.47
325.27
17.06
67.80
54.80
90.98
97.20
51.50
36.41
53.70
57.10
63.90
12.42
76.65
54.70
50.86
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd...
New India Assurance Co. Ltd.
190,150
1,950,316
53,036
108,629
167,105
671,417
145,378
31,508
118,335
1,932
Nil
13,287
Nil
69,585
175,598
Nil
17,106
203,992
95,203
317,242
5,749
23,947
89,605
70,236
271,675
37,107
188,113
19,017
93,904
2,522
76,327
695
Nil
4,959
128,858
1,069,616
48,253
105,640
86,127
244,445
78,108
17,997
75,673
240
NU
10,185
Nil
38,046
89,308
Nil
11,405
176,634
37,847
150,939
-1,242
15,967
63,165
19,080
139,852
22,547
90,554
12,402
81,463
2,010
49,313
99
Nil
503
Non-Marine Underwriters, Members of Lloyds, London,
Eng.                          -	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd              	
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co.                   	
66.70
86.59
39.80
47.60
66.70
70.49
27.20
51.50
60.80
49.20
65.20"
86.75
79.70
64.60
14.20
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Provincial Tnsnrnnrft Cn   Ltd
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd.                             _
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia 	
9.85
63.96
252.098            161.247
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada                     -       . _
Nil
449,334
90,799
85,343
127,859
66,945
36,697
19,488
61,148
16,739
16,695
13,834
21,944
32,260
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Nil
41,598
8,932
4,735
54,916
155,751
89,808
2,931
69,497
Nil
271,648
52,386
64,320
93,890
31,569
24,079
10,766
33,237
24,679
40,424
7,862
23,995
21,959
80
Nil
39,636
4,130
1,119
34,862
102,641
44,498
1,151
25,072
60.50
57.60
75.40
73.40
47.20
65.61
55.20
54.36
147.40
242.10
56.80
109.35
68.07
South British Insurance Co. Ltd.	
95.3
46.2
23.63
63.50
65.90
49.50
39.30
36.08
Storebrand Insurance Co. Ltd.
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd.          	
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd.
$18,747,042
$18,082,986 [ $10,569,227
 B 66 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
Name of Insurer
Brought forward..
Traders General Insurance Co..
Travelers Indemnity Co	
Union Assurance Society Ltd—
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd-
Union Reinsurance Co	
United British Insurance Co. Ltd—
United Canada Insurance Co	
United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co-
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Unity Fire & General Insurance Co	
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd	
Victoria Insurance Co. of Canada	
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co	
Wellington Fire Insurance Co	
Westchester Fire Insurance Co	
Western Assurance Co 	
Western Union Insurance Co	
Westminster Fire Office	
World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd..
World Marine & General Insurance Co	
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Zurich Insurance Co	
Totals for 1964..
Totals for 1963-
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$18,747,042
15,390
154,178
21,580
538,190
27,902
6,936
7,997
29,678
37,223
5,696
23,505
33,381
195,490
768,898
69,758
1,094
274,343
70,831
13,055
10,905
29,752
220,179
252,645
I (2)
| $18,082,986
I
2,550
97,265
21,480
337,468
26,093
14,568
7,709
38,324
44,242
9,364
37,724
36,034
186,887
744,064
76,710
930
219,666
71,681
13,684
5,014
31,612
240,802
228,059
I (3)
$10,569,227
123
86,482
14,500
275,152
14,092
221
4,204
2,821
16,247
18,235
36,124
27,497
143,993
334,581
72,363
110
139,789
3,804
9,124
13,268
16,149
144,417
107,496
Per Cent
0.50
88.90
67.50
81.50
54.01
1.52
54.53
7.36
36.70
218.02
95.76
76.30
77.05
44.97
94.33
11.80
63.60
5.31
66.68
264.62
51.10
59.97
47.10
$21,555,648 | $20,574,916 | $12,050,019
$19,425,271 | $20,541,613
 I	
$12,798,915
58.56
62.31
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 67
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
1960..
1961..
1962..
1963..
1964-
$21,228,000
20,951,000
20,381,000
19.425,000
21,555,648
$19,998,000
20,381,000
20,830,000
20,542,000
20,574,916
$13,781,000
8,536,000
14,968,000
12,799,000
12,050,019
Per Cent
68.92
41.88
71.85
62.31
58.56
TABLE VI.—RECIPROCAL EXCHANGES' PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1964
Name of Exchange
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$114,070
874
39,606
1,148,727
6,120
96,213
(2)
$74,883
1,742
48,844
1,078,491
5,919
68,425
(3)
$21,019
386
500
1,141,829
56,217
Per Cent
28.10
22.20
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter-Insurance
1.02
105.87
Retail Lumbermen's Inter-Insurance Exchange „
Truck Insurance Exchange-  - 	
82.16
Totals for 1964 	
$1,405,610
$1,278,304
$1,219,951
95.44
Totals for 1963                   	
$1,226,167
$1,304,266
$372,787
28.58
 B 68
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VII.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1964
(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 	
Adanac General Insurance Co-
Adriatic Insurance Co 	
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co-
Aetna Insurance Co 	
Albion Insurance Co. of Canada-
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd	
Allstate Insurance Company	
Allstate Insurance Co. of Canada..
Alpina Insurance Co. Ltd _
American Insurance Co	
American Mutual Liability Insurance Co-
American National Fire Insurance Co	
American Road Insurance Co.—	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd	
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Baloise Marine Insurance Co. Ltd _
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co. Ltd..
Beaver Insurance Co.— _	
Bee Insurance Co _  	
Boston Insurance Co   	
British America Assurance Co-
British Canadian Insurance Co-
British Empire Assurance Co..
British Northwestern Insurance Co-
British Traders' Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Caledonian-Canadian Insurance Co—
Caledonian Insurance Co. — _	
Calvert Fire Insurance Co 	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co-
Canada Security Assurance Co _	
Canadian Commerce Insurance Co 	
Canadian General Insurance Co.	
Canadian Home Assurance Co 	
Canadian Indemnity Co	
Canadian Mercantile Insurance Co	
Canadian National Insurance Co ._
Canadian Pioneer Insurance Co 	
Canadian Provincial Insurance Co	
Canadian Surety Co..
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd	
Casualty Co. of Canada  -	
Century Insurance Co. Ltd  -	
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada	
Commerce General Insurance Co  	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd—
Continental Casualty Co  	
Continental Insurance Co  -—
Contingency Insurance Co. Ltd—
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co..
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd	
Dominion Insurance Corporation-
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co-
Economical Mutual Insurance Co 	
Elite Insurance Co -	
Emmco Insurance Co  	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd..
Employers Mutual Casualty Co-
Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin.
English & American 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  	
Carried forward	
(1)
$228,423
1,808
133,076
18,101
283,920
47,502
96,244
86,638
2,512,466
58,177
1,132 |
(2)
$221,720
12,226
89,191
13,959
213,972
44,455
113,900
1,260,730
1,261,531
81,438
683
(3)
$194,085
5,990
63,877
30,932
208,049
31,997
85,589
622,466
803,140
2,148
37,167
540 |
Per Cent
87.50
49.00
71.62
221.59
97.20
71.90
75.20
49.40
63.70
45.63
79.10
$14,688,288
$13,945,634 I $10,556,951  I
I L
2,003
1,708
789
46.19
4,357
2,806
1,533
54.60
121,139
101,717
68,297
67.10
147,037
143,982
79,777
55.41
— 12,287
414,618
364,869
294,340
80.70
51,417
47,743
42,450
88.90
7,917
4,897
2,903
59.30
18,686
12,474
6,856
54.96
380,099
348,561
268,410
77.00
76,020
69,712
53,682
77.00
88,690
81,331
62,629
77.00
95,466
74,571
65,768
88.20
173,256
300,803
267,436
88.91
30,897
56,443
46,042
81.60
102,990
188,144
154,149
81.90
1,754
2,712
2,390
88.13
167,900
149,088
139,581
93.60
89,221
91,509
84,588
92.40
14,422
15,270
11,997
78.57
267,678
245,394
167,439
68.23
263,281
256,278
192,596
75.15
1,042,328
961,789
864,009
89.80
218,201
208,242
309,129
148.40
56,585
24,090
40,602
168.54
2,369
2,498
2,856
143.30
108,169
114,523
89,979
78.57
285,470
271,837
217,973
80.20
1,932
40,890
-11,346
	
131,511
118,556
99,411
83.90
121,139
101,717
68,297
67.14
31,920
28,747
24,254
84.37
278,877
249,797
298,960
119.70
121,751
114,845
106,347
92.60
3,588
38,515
7,276
18.90
106,907
119,636
123,010
102.80
Nil
Nil
1,323,913
Nil
872,880
1,399,002
65.90
346,142
366,475
287,931
78.60
491,244
443,466
337,509
76.10
526,043
474,226
397,646
83.90
480,691
427,669
327,884
76.70
67,181
80,748
16,162
20.02
13,126
6,338
7,799
123.10
438,465
412,907
309,197
74.90
1,395,455
1,243,733
858,003
68.99
4,959
5,376
1,337
24.90
— 1
194
Nil
Nil
Nil
101,762
98,940
118,967
120.20
149,220
137,277
189,261
137.87
470,613
443,982
319,963
72.10
319,591
210,891
172,023
81.60
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964              B 69
TABLE VII.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Broughtforward	
(1)
$14,688,288
20,364
20,074
20,364
18,243
13,427
491,324
255,068
328,765
292,426
125,209
801,833
9,912
Nil
163,616
177,988
169,622
799,035
18,360
64,767
85,648
356
(2)
$13,945,634
22,788
28,911
22,788
46,090
13,434
444,064
173,438
343.824
263,474
111,338
862,795
9,744
Nil
148,756
196,165
174,079
757,780
18,031
55,207
81,867
325
1,082
319,746
1,279,036
77,301
58,079
492,709
Nil
268,583
132,204
84,569
425,996
180,386
151,043
31,109
90,674
37,621
76,700
149,064
35,442
318,983
276,420
19,529
218,052
169,894
153,663
96,475
32,327
195,092
49,794
185,139
40,433
43,221
32,331
600,864
1,614,243
17,905
106,711
664,806
16,249
16,224
365,647
86,778
9,646
119,636
(3)
$10,556,951
23,395
10,163
23,395
48,138
—21,362
337,509
162,392
233,497
405,830
75,804
844,631
— 1,889
Nil
75,578
129,701
144,494
524,733
30,638
25,523
59,450
189
— 1,832
260,907
1,043,627
51,353
48,508
407,388
Nil
334,696
95,837
67,536
276,223
154,562
116,310
36,681
188,306
30,695
69,246
81,471
32,597
293,376
2"45,639
24,454
171,966
158,943
144,494
40,909
24,204
161,692
34,218
161,738
33,419
32,415
24,203
574,216
1,346,584
12,745
126,409
497,066
10,088
10,088
293,922
76,087
6,194
123,010
Per Cent
102.70
35.20
102.70
104.40
76.00
93.60
|        67.91
154.03
68.08
97.90
First National Insurance Co. of America	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.
Global General Insurance Co. - _ _	
50.81
66.12
83.00
69.25
169.92
46.20
72.60
58.10
1,176
469,981
1,368,770
85,940
64,047
539,357
Nil
265,409
143,840
42,911
402,902
203,127
164,710
41,667
108,078
40,259
84,810
164,045
36,625
329,630
288,355
27,820
217,036
186,583
169,622
145,682
34,390
213,016
47,345
190,352
39,176
46,678
34,389
584,391
1,723,858
28,107
109,875
663,398
25,536
25,536
413,663
95,716
13,226
-35,150
106,907
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd.—  	
81.60
81.50
66.43
83.52
82.70
Halifax Insurance Co. _     	
124.60
72.49
79.90
64.80
85.70
77.00
117.90
208.00
81.59
90.30
54.70
91.90
92.00
88.90
125.20
78.86
93.60
94.00
42.40
74.90
82.88
68.70
87.40
82.70
74.90
74.90
95.57
83.42
71.20
118.46
74.80
62.10
62.00
80.40
87.68
64.21
102.80
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada.	
Insurance Co. of North America. _	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London & County Insurance Co. Ltd.  	
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. of Canada
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd _.	
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd.	
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wis. _
Missiquoi & Rouville Insurance Co.  	
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd	
Motors Insurance Corporation	
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada	
National Employers Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd
New Hampshire Insurance Co.	
New India Assurance Co. Ltd.	
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd.
Niagara Fire Insurance Co...  _	
Carried forward _	
$28,517,480
$27,061,938
$21,610,950
 B 70                                                     BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VII.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$28,517,480
139,631
174,668
300,907
1,615,364
334,527
52,430
165,482
—11
Nil
2,706
17,633
240,172
121,139
1,741
157
Nil
27,665
264,328
129,224
343,852
156,041
180,282
373,501
67,848
192,873
37,559
65,201
(2)
$27,061,938
149,570
164,743
282,883
1,427,416
341,479
49,489
156,155
199
Nil
4,160
12,861
209,516
101,543
698
25,318
Nil
23,342
243,235
127,440
333,991
17,330
163,429
190,872
364,400
61,949
177,374
35,413
63,853
7,428
30,658
263,712
Nil
538,237
1,323,977
133,672
69,620
422,761
89,314
32,339
77,780
28,886
86,403
26,829
44,480
1,064
Nil
Nil
208,209
Nil
402,503
7,019
206.245
75,448
200,777
237,071
130,870
535,862
Nil
42,374
558,622
4
13,499
11,472
130,784
85,281
30,618
(3)
$21,610,950
107,004
152,874
211,784
821,474
312,229
46,527
146,228
441
Nil
3,037
9,092
79,694
68,297
455
4,702
Nil
24,454
184,500
118,664
291,129
7,808
123,855
149,966
212,863
57,797
146,940
33,233
45,419
6,808
30,442
142,157
Nil
476,830
1,383,294
71,463
52,529
277,724
83,988
24,203
71,900
25,335
61,181
21,973
46,035
135
Nil
Nil
148,042
Nil
389,490
4,818
211,934
67,536
136,996
231,291
77,275
449,555
Nil
39,882
496,665
60
330
6,700
90,960
52,999
29,765
Per Cent
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyds,  London,
Eng.                    	
71.50
92.80
74.90
57.55
91.40
94.00
93.60
221.60
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd _
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd 	
Old Colony Insurance Co.   ".!  	
73.00
70.69
38.04
67.30
65.16
18.57
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd..   ' 	
Pacific Indemnity Co	
Pacific Insurance Co. of New York -	
104.80
75.85
93.10
87.20
45.10
75.79
78.60
58.40
93.30
82.84
93.80
71.13
91.70
99.30
53.91
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd	
Provident Assurance Co  	
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd -	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd —	
Quebec Assurance Co - - -...
37,890
323,972
Nil
559,748
1,432,317
149,313
73,559
472,092
92,284
34,389
75,838
31,961
87,953
34,011
48,175
146
Nil
Nil
253,829
Nil
449,149
13,629
239,718
43,945
219,009
226,241
130,690
603,760
Nil
44,940
776,157
4
17,632
12,166
Royal Exchange Assurance.- -	
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd. 	
Safeco Insurance Co. of America.- - -	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co  	
88.60
104.40
53.50
75.50
65.70
94.03
74.80
92.44
87.70
70.80
81.90
103.50
12.69
71.10
Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Co 	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd.	
Service Fire Insurance Co. of New York	
Skandinavia Insurance Co. Ltd	
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co 	
96.76
68.60
102.80
89.50
68.23
97.50
59.10
83.90
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd. -	
Toronto General Insurance Co 	
94.10
88.90
150.00
2.44
58.40
69.50
62.10
97.21
Union Reinsurance Co —	
United British Insurance Co. Ltd. -	
United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co.  	
United States Fire Insurance Co. - _	
Unity Fire & General Insurance Co -	
139,003
86,584
27,068
$40,259,572
$37,844,414
$30,181,711
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 71
TABLE VII AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$40,259,572
41,454
16,551
227,700
2,478,386
142,465
557,479
719,499
27,949
13,250
17,195
488,497
1,634,788
(2)
$37,844,414
17,619
17,214
231,040
2,340,013
138,568
511,227
690,284
17,680
9,659
16,160
444,269
1,489,829
(3)
$30,181,711
11,769
7,500
244,534
1,744,392
166,553
393,667
720,643
24,454
8,693
12,102
340,575
1,006,057
Per Cent
66 80
Victoria Insurance Co. of Canada..                             ....
43.60
105 84
74 55
120.20
77.00
104.39
138.31
90 00
74.90
76.66
67.50
Totals for 1964
$46,624,785 | $43,767,976 1 $34,862,650
79 65
Totals for 1963
$39,819,818
$38,541,132
$27,161,271
70 47
 B 72
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VIII.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Premiums
Earned
1960-
1961-
1962-
1963-
1964-
$35,247,000
35,193,000
37,133,000
39,820,000
46,625,000
$35,244,000
35,327,000
36,438,000
38,541,000
43,768,000
$21,666,000
21,188,000
23,778,000
27,161,271
34,863,000
Per Cent
61.47
59.98
65.26
70.47
79.65
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 73
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Personal Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Acadia Insurance Co	
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co...
Aetna Insurance Co 	
Agricultural Insurance Co	
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd.-
Allstate Insurance Co 	
Allstate Insurance Co. of Canada..
Alpina Insurance Co. Ltd-
American Equitable Assurance Co. of New York-
American Insurance Co  	
American National Fire Insurance Co _„	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd   	
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Baloise Marine Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Baltica Insurance Co. Ltd    	
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co 	
Beaver Insurance Co  	
Bee Insurance Co _ — 	
Boston Insurance Co.-
Boston Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co..
British America Assurance Co.- 	
British Canadian Insurance Co 	
British Empire Assurance Co 	
British Northwestern Insurance Co	
British Trader's Insurance Co. Ltd  —
Buffalo Insurance Co...
Caledonian-Canadian Insurance Co _
Caledonian Insurance Co 	
Calvert Fire Insurance Co —
Camden Fire Insurance Association	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co._
Canada Security Assurance Co 	
Canadian Commerce Insurance Co —
Canadian General Insurance Co 	
Canadian Home Assurance Co	
Canadian Indemnity Co..
Canadian Mercantile Insurance Co. 	
Canadian National Insurance Co —
Canadian Pioneer Insurance Co  	
Canadian Provincial Insurance Co 	
Canadian Surety Co 	
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd-
Casualty Co. of Canada.—  	
Centennial Insurance Co 	
Century Insurance Co. Ltd	
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada Ltd	
Commerce General Insurance Co 	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd..
Commonwealth Insurance Co	
Continental Casualty Co 	
Continental Insurance Co - _..
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co.	
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd	
Dominion Insurance Corporation 	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co 	
Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Economical Mutual Insurance Co.._ 	
Elite Insurance Co   _ _	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd	
Employers' Mutual Liability Ins. Co. of Wisconsin-
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Essex & Suffolk Insurance Co. Ltd. 	
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Federal Insurance Co  	
$58,
5.
74.
11
33.
—47
121
17.
23.
4.
21
18.
—2.
7
27.
10
17
4
73
3
3
32
35
1
10
4
1
31
15
1
63
19
281
31
9
2
10
21
— 1
16
57.
56
6
43
30
1
34.
83.
38.
187.
67.
— 12.
52.
27.
126
1
3
48
57.
.032
,647
.448
,126
,148
,607
,011
,254
-10
,549
,212
,456
167
221
583
087
612
470
,109
627
,559
,205
,738
539
478
225
.836
,820
781
,844
,975
,021
,419
189
.393
,824
,723
,275
,263
,638
.448
499
,821
,695
,400
,580
,952
,676
,106
243
,723
,087
,287
,517
,286
,551
,151
,793
,035
,581
,520
990
,307
837
$32,839
12,706
20,834
8,018
24,121
19,990
7,199
12,105
330
202,457
7,120
13,384
4,169
9,533
6,917
14,836
6,432
158
43,197
621
724
13,874
6,356
14,648
3,616
14,070
3,788
697
14,178
9,167
563
17,069
7,082
98,238
8,984
4,137
1,216
4,222
21,342
294
4,898
16,347
35,152
4,434
12,961
8,819
203
12
28,187
22,890
15,758
106,843
19,592
1,814
18,170
26,495
85,632
327
—2,145
54,722
35,126
$2,307
11,660
3,673
690
9,031
1,409
21
89
494
1,431
560
-16
1,196
1,072
130
1,754
23
6,706
414
483
8,482
68
440
456
192
2,961
153
106
612
140
307
793
9,812
61
1,126
769
3,743
78
977
6,133
— 1,670
7
3,199
7,949
4,503
1,426
1,150
12,346
1,161
— 10
6,132
72
$2,435
-7,489
-76
69
-214
2
-483
64
94
22
-252
202
175
204
12,039
5
18
4,561
—27
—4
86
31
—11
-33
49
175
300
-1,263
—201
104
4,205
120
—70
1,486
699
1,129
77
2,645
-267
150
 B 74                                                 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Personal Property
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Ins. Co.	
$34,464
61,338
6,614
6,614
110,845
1,637
188,016
5,060
39,463
16,251
143,186
1,267
473
47,070
44,763
22,288
101,608
872
136,142
2,797
217
55,923
121,484
29,976
10,598
35,989
1,489
16,892
74,505
-9,189
32,791
22,288
6,943
6,675
2,732
42,131
4,771
11,144
31,657
3,385
30,466
41,078
756
393
24,516
32,658
356
8,886
58,980
1,921
9,673
4,201
8,184
8,886
196,692
219,661
6,279
10,536
15,139
15,119
27,160
25,352
770
$11,669
10,481
5,369
5,369
332,860
5,584
106,843
2,768
— 8,446
260
94,094
1,613
50
17,521
37,007
7,608
38,878
3,143
230.208
1,905
135
22,257
76,424
19,144
7,503
23,646
455
9,896
35,619
3,132
52,242
7,608
1,345
4,254
7,887
37,522
4,037
3,804
20,944
601
5,409
12,934
565
602
8,369
11,719
4,122
41,702
227
5,473
$2,098
—318
— 318
36,053
109
7,949
$125
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York   .
23
23
1,017
113
1,485
381
370
5,379
20
1,266
1,777
1,071
9,004
15,984
245
117
1,140
2,072
243
182
6,804
262
-20
—27
214
3,219
68
-26
30
119
-510
—404
3,695
3,836
Hardware Mutual Casualty Co	
-638
—191
1,071
897
429
256
2,789
141
536
2,582
214
379
Imperial Insurance Office — 	
Indemnity Marine Assurance Co. Ltd                       .  .
1,981
4
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd.
107
6,965
1,821
202
60
1,178
2,107
363
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd.—	
London & County Insurance Co. Ltd  	
-37
234
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.                      ..    ..
—22
1,051
2,852
7
London Assurance.- _   	
-3,372
807
406
2,257
4,122
102,802
80,258
2,953
3,699
10,424
10,745
9,553
30,888
370
1,051
445
-7
2,462
2,597
1,182
7
— 117
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd..      —
997
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada	
National Employers' Mutual General Ins. Assn. Ltd „  .
959
22
New India Assurance Co. Ltd.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964             B 75
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Personal Property
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$622
—6,249
34,723
1,083,434
7,397
34,589
92,310
154,257
70,631
8,975
32,631
71
10,158
21,942
21,456
565
— 3,255
2,486
38,044
44,051
125,481
—$316
—$59
-47
— 1,670
1,439,945
725
3,376
8,502
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd _	
28,187
3,238,244
4,794
25,905
39,973
79,963
40,690
4,694
15,950
-1,833
836
10,309
13,385
1,940
1,808
25.495
25,498
71,291
— 1,294
2,411
21,684
7,036
71,045
3,043
135,066
3,353
13,146
704
6,735
17,042
18,243
23,422
78,324
61,610
11,120
8,995
4,458
4,122
15,353
3,758
83,977
744
66
7,536
2,889
8,691
$120
3,942,960
4
12,585
53
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's   	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd — 	
2,121
729
2,820
—444
1,517
4,770
1,431
—483
-614
1,019
6,174
5,047
12,939
1,466
5,275
—939
2,444
3,315
49,022
17,794
90,574
8,915
131,553
7,936
25,851
1,297
44,004
24,250
37,341
97,529
135,654
57,011
21,383
20,086
18,006
8,886
24,984
5,352
12,897
1,519
1,466
8,131
—250
14,762
27
7
11,444
35,635
-5,578
13,801
51,700
19,566
75,425
7,690
232,330
6,605
-1,748
2,088
1,321
14,039
428
700
1,190
1,987
Provident Assurance Co. Ltd	
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd  	
123
-54
520
85
1,087
1,084
-519
—403
716
-168
124
705
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada — ._	
362
1,741
3,958
3,684
1,438
320
1,539
159
1,051
609
91
—719
135
Reliance Marine Insurance Co. Ltd.- _	
2,639
—6
71
8
7
-152
—201
380
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd	
Security National Insurance Co     	
Skandinavia Insurance Co. Ltd 	
886
31
458
565  1                  34
Staff Farm Fire * Casualty Co.
303
-1,608
— 139
-77
6,612
25,931
5,531
9,522
13,965
10,520
17,327
4,023
178,700
2,790
1,526
1,803
-475
943
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co. Ltd  - 	
-139
625
2,476
549
-11
159
1,301
—4,311
235
 B 76
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.-
-MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Personal Property
Real Property
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$216
29,192
27,477
1,429
12,112
14,165
59,835
272,496
75,696
26,952
107,977
3,323
3,752
4,784
13,329
95,098
67,337
$571
5,703
14,079
1,092
9,782
8,125
42,576
132,569
77,892
18,931
'63,702
940
2,411
8,341
6,183
39,270
36,726
—$11
634
954
-18
1,106
297
4,387
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co.   .    -    '	
78
— 101
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd.
665
32
1,540
— 1,853
1,909
9,607
3,023
1,576
6,413
14,240
—376
—199
426
5,164
World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd          	
Zurich Insurance Co     	
10
-7,090
2,450
Totals for 1964
$8,116,430
$7,763,805
$1,791,205
$4,027,485
Totals for 1963
$7,348,757 1 $7,092,065
1
$1,819,879
$2,325,897
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSS
FOR    1 9fi4_—CnntinueA
B 77
»ES
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar,)
Name of Company
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$4,422
1,242
13,425
896
6,039
1,302
—925
77
1,033
30
—3
134
167
3,484
348
262
4,723
$1,113
	
7,233
310
—398
487
24
1
728
$22
	
	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd.— _	
320
—2
—$3
360
168
4,420
1,620
272
54
62
85
179
39
223
201
290
448
1,493
1,139
610
15
12,296
4,412
495
267
-115
2,511
99
240
2,702
374
11,199
6,079
813
British Trader's Insurance Co. Ltd	
-6
—1
-2
339
1,129
308
452
7,078
—550
-64
11,550
	
3
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd. _ -■;
-114
44
1,905
18
200
—664
235
—5
2,686
110
-4
1,441
6
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd  	
1,460
	
8,975
271
367
7,453
-26
126
4,279
7
5
4,138
8,485
53
1,709
1,709
1,402
—5
7,453
465
569
82
76,316
129
62
97
	
5,836
30
1,978
3,218
-36
510
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York 	
278
278
1,061
	
512
512
—217
20
1,441
159
51,475
— 131
-2
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada
	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp. Ltd.    	
	
 B 78                                                    BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$12
1,682
1,190
2,491
—12
327
77
5,506
16,879
1,525
748
4,069
222
14,097
—20
1,682
$3
1,382
48
35
492
200
1,919
7,675
420
35
-160
211
394
151
1,382
-50
16,631
226
691
1,142
2,349
—10
1,520
1,750
446
391
186
 446
41
— 178
~~29
704
374
	
	
$917
1,903
^$4
—17
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd.              	
Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd	
1,306
	
65
115
7
1,341
150
2
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Ins. of Canada	
932
15,747
496
841
4,012
2,859
151
1,850
1,947
132
10,242
136
737
159
292
132
1,696
5,085
14
66
2,318
1.320
60,026
—9
8,975
17,923
158
1,146
1,058
727
3,254
341
1,105
1,033
484
-65
453
7,195
427
9,880
194
604
734
191
1,439
— 1
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd _
London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd.
4
	
	
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee	
5,523
90
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd.    ...
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada	
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd	
—3
1,460
59,000
2,686
2,615
59
338
3,565
2,305
103
323
729
2,321
-29
1,712
2,412
63
-40
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd	
	
	
	
98
	
Palatine Insurance Co. Ltd.
4
1,369
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd 	
	
Phoenix Insurance Co.
492
5
Provident Assurance Co. Ltd	
3
336
5,294
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 79
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$673
5,497
305
2,973
$552
	
3,653
73
$265
	
2,421
—7
2,470
2,017
665
6,116
11,777
810
7
31
132
1,209
543
266
23
815
569
1,113
6,493
137
1,125
10,712
23,241
292
31,540
1,794
163
66
17
774
1,725
1,083
39
8,339
15,262
5,793
2,242
6,962
580
604
198
27,319
6,989
91
	
696
5,402
184
4,703
564
435
$22
-5
2,581
39
4
	
446
708
	
18
—852
32
82
420
-3
320
343
35
—429
8
391
23,891
601
6,689
-50
7,163
Union Assurance Society Ltd.
88
35,186
	
29
636
18
29
7
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
1,104
7,060
176
	
9,285
2,580
714
394
4,257
2,770
774
	
2,396
3
—40
668
	
19,058
 	
3,153
Totals for 1964	
$114,290 |          —$72
$616,459
$501,458
$289,200
Totals for 1963      	
$125,850
 B 80
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
THEFT AND FORGERY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Theft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Forgery
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Acadia Insurance Co _
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co..
Aetna Insurance Co	
Agricultural Insurance Co	
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd	
Alpina Insurance Co. Ltd _.
American Insurance Co 	
American National Fire Insurance Co..
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd	
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd	
Baloise Marine Insurance Co. Ltd—
Baltica Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co	
Beaver Insurance Co 	
Bee Insurance Co.   	
Boston Insurance Co 	
British America Assurance Co	
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Empire Assurance Co..
British Northwestern Insurance Co..
Buffalo Insurance Co  	
Caledonian-Canadian Insurance Co...
Caledonian Insurance Co —
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co—
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian Commerce 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..
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd..
Casualty Co. of Canada 	
Centennial Insurance Co   	
Century Insurance Co. Ltd. - 	
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada Ltd—
Commerce General Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd..
Continental Casualty Co. 	
Continental Insurance Co 	
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co	
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Dominion Insurance Corporation-
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co-
Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd _ _
Economical Mutual Insurance Co-
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd	
Employers' Mutual Liability Ins. Co. of Wisconsin-
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Federal Insurance Co..
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Ins. Co..
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada „„ 	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York ..._ 	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity-Phenix Insurance Co 	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co  _ 	
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J 	
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada-
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp. Ltd 	
General Insurance Co. of America _ _  	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada -	
4
1
10
3
102
3
1
1
1
1
10
4
2
1
5
3
12
4
3
40
1
11
1
19,
1
41,
,920
,464
25
,478
35
623
51
,581
,538
-66
19
,077
,174
50
443
,063
786
918
,871
443
141
470
,337
381
141
,634
,860
,809
,472
,068
,055
,474
559
,072
73
,348
446
,579
,988
18
.286
,381
,190
,467
,290
114
.071
,643
5
,907
,198
,037
,295
245
457
245
437
,960
,470
,521
485
580
475
26
$1,592
1,041
2,008
7
1,342
1,033
37
1,275
15
3
10
981
197
229
2,502
805
126
420
1,581
58
136
780
836
36,626
3,482
405
1,029
375
333
237
—3,352
1,949
233
4,211
1,205
1,360
2,410
3,295
2,835
947
1,184
6,734
1,254
— 1,812
931
3,506
259
259
149
1,558
2,835
789
2,762
12,111
$62
87
-11
49
!,317
$2,979
97
-150
227
— 12
14
244
111
60
34
46
46
-95
111
~~16
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964             B 81
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
THEFT AND FORGERY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Theft
Forgery
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$7,258
7,625
2,547
8,500
$1,188
1,840
2,640
2,417
$27
5
72
1,652
7
4,860
12,893
1,215
896
16,158
7,583
518
15,035
""228
12
713
2,873
620
465
3,665
3,005
720
7,152
2,640
426
251
1,331
84
1,320
1,286
44
395
4,488
11
43
Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd   	
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd.   _
2,547
1,706
310
6,683
365
1,273
6,215
33
297
4,329
12
62
2,801
2,547
2,975
4,240
1,075
2,178
25,694
372
339
340
4,077
991
—212
1,286
8,801
280
4,283
3,291
16,745
4,176
1,302
4,110
—2
46
3,853
385
—35
-411
186
6,844
9,450
7,631
13
248
6,216
1,759
4,462
27
101
1
13
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd _    	
	
45
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd.  	
50
2,904
2,640
1,553
1,327
37
— 149
9,558
222
148
149
1,275
108
1,360
488
74
1,732
76
3,151
305
527
1,656
29
27
590
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd   	
_
$244
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd  '	
—19
	
232
-6
— 18
—17
1,345
73
-3
91
-6
-31
151
505
3,660
2,388
30
201
411
1,715
502
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd.     —	
81
Provident Assurance Co. Ltd.	
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd	
 B 82
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
THEFT AND FORGERY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Theft
Forgery
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$1,019
2,575
930
4,188
7
140
57
2,358
8,403
5,667
717
1,913
1,539
1,174
448
1,800
2
2,107
2,663
519
32
8,700
11,655
1,115
14,539
372
93
15,651
1,875
—44
552
730
3,292
18,123
2,671
64
5,965
702
248
10
7,771
12,270
$1,056
311
377
684
—7
$11
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd _	
—4
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada   .
1,387
8,715
—307
-24
327
482
49
233
15
4
157
3
2,159
720
638
427
451
3,464
222
55
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd.    	
86
	
Sea Insurance Co. Ltd	
40
Union Assurance Society Ltd....                        	
—5
-63
23
1,949
113
50
922
9,441
1,757
1,441
619
201
2,179
3,369
	
Wellington Fire Insurance Co  .	
85
$47
	
Zurich Insurance Co.
Totals for 1964                            	
$751,662
$230,707
$10,562
$3,395
Totals for 1963 	
$634,974
$260,147
  |    ....
1
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964             B 83
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
WINDSTORM AND BOILER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Windstorm
Boiler
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$79
77
133,723
76
628
125
147
-99
— 329
8,310
2
5,260
642
225
11,665
—46
122
122
223
128
66,941
3,283
1,683
1,218
3.435
6,817
1,218
272
201
609
2,070
1,339
1,218
8,969
141
574
24,508
642
990
7,550
6,002
2.296
9,657
—813
487
1,642
4,577
	
$98,019
26
5
6
7
23
154
-
	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd ■	
- -	
118
35
	
3,750
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York
7
7
Firemen's Mutual Insurance Co.                       	
5.197
1,819
2,761
202
38
154
	
	
	
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd -     _	
Halifax Insurance Co	
$18
$13
202
11
5
101
343
222
202
	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
	
	
Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance	
14,000
35
11,028
170
400
52
162
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's      	
	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd.
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co 	
-
-      	
81
36
663
	
182
18
4,247
1,329
21,255
1,968
420
923
1,018
147
367
	
44
	
37
Totals for 1964	
$200 |              $31
$349,913
$140,489
Totals for 1963—     _	
  | ....
	
I
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TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Machinery
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Plate Glass
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Acadia Insurance Co  	
Aetna Insurance Co._ 	
Agricultural Insurance Co  	
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd    	
Alpina Insurance Co. Ltd  	
American Equitable Assurance Co. of New York	
American National Fire Insurance Co._ 	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd	
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Baloise Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co  	
Beaver Insurance Co _ 	
Bee Insurance Co 	
Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Boston Insurance Co    _	
British America Assurance Co.  	
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Columbia Insurance Co.  - 	
British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Co 	
British Empire Assurance Co   _.	
British Northwestern Insurance Co	
Buffalo Insurance Co 	
Caledonian-Canadian Insurance Co  	
Caledonian Insurance Co    	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada Security Assurance Co._ _ 	
Canadian Commerce 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 _   	
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd	
Casualty Co. of Canada	
Centennial Insurance Co 	
Century Insurance Co. Ltd   	
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada Ltd  	
Commerce General Insurance Co 	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Continental Insurance Co   _ 	
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co 	
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Dominion Insurance Corporation  	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co 	
Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd — 	
Economical Mutual Insurance Co.	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd	
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Federal Insurance Co  	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Ins. Co	
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada — 	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York __ 	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Fidelity-Phenix Insurance Co  	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co  —	
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J	
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co 	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp. Ltd	
General Insurance Co. of America— 	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Global General Insurance Co  	
$151,811
$267,685
455
91
106
2
8
707
36
119
148
419
112
5,253
208
177,495
78,878
450
$2,214
3,659
17
1,460
23
3
19
1,588
1,810
—101
2,093
149
28
371
3,228
629
13
70,233
734
2,469
218
60
198
1,805
620
139
515
1,873
16,665
1,748
453
1,041
313
—491
1,537
2
12,074
196
2,330
1,197
1,071
1,708
3,330
5,207
6,147
-506
3,094
6,620
1,186
3,205
6,835
3,345
204
194
204
23
1,161
5,207
3,085
2,221
501
16,035
11
1,895
$1,759
1,597
1,206
12
413
259
921
108
12
1,903
381
38,982
444
802
1,603
180
601
1,054
391
125
816
453
9,734
709
154
936
848
37
548
95
4,356
135
858
803
441
277
2,996
3,194
2,190
1,731
2,657
535
93
5,183
1,085
84
41
84
233
685
3,194
1,717
1,459
397
9,487
82
680
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964             B 85
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Machinery
Plate Glass
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$311
206
$1,843
952
4,722
607
— 1
110
2,918
7,198
526
394
9,677
4
2,124
73
1,598
952
1,363
182
1,848
212
476
2,166
21
192
1,619
62
36
1,047
952
82
1,309
1,845
8
24
251
6,138
676
105
105
2,093
526
3
11
—322
1,071
175
56
1,721
984
15,971
1,952
524
1,646
175
2,273
-142
—234
109
2,441
3,283
$1,024
636
2,500
397
3
28
1,022
4,087
358
268
6,467
	
	
388
904
$202
809
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd 	
	
617
463
2,408
636
825
150
929
120
319
475
26
236
1,082
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd _	
206
197
27
103
24
	
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd	
350
30
700
636
London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada  	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.-	
226
206
	
896
1,466
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd. _	
394
	
9
41
28
4,387
760
30
31
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd   -
124,661
82,292
National Employers' Mutual General Ins. Assn. Ltd	
921
109
-       	
New York Fire Insurance Co.   	
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd —	
	
18
441
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's   -
Nordisk Reinsurance Co. Ltd    -	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
16,026
603
571
162
116
49
155
1,154
804
8,102
1,232
352
1,104
183
778
963
208
Pacific Insurance Co. of New York 	
Pacific Indemnity Co.                                                             ..   ..
--
9
-119
90
700
3,152
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd	
Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co 	
 B 86
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TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Machinery
Plate Glass
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
	
$3,320
$2 639
96
146
3,779
1,735
3,544
381
734
374
65
120
1,439
1,560
2,861
	
$82
255
$34
587
131
250
2
49
	
—2
38
4,343
3,142
641
297
1,017
1,216
527
196
1,691
1,209
7
2
1,568
73
21
422
1,928
449
4,909
—250
260
422
202
4
206
63
872
13,474
1,661
42
4,740
1,037
146
15
1,270
8,401
270
672
680
2,102
144
75
659
12,160
2,094
764
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co  -  	
332
	
135
	
356
798
	
1,296
463
667
53,942
157
79,878
42
824
302
2,955
9
	
291
	
206
	
45
	
163
9,901
747
666
2,791
10
120
756
2,957
Totals for 1964 _.   	
$550,836 |     $513,052
$364,184
$205,868
Totals for 1963
  |    	
$352,875
$217,927
I
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 87
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
GUARANTEE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Fidelity
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Surety
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Acadia Insurance Co - 	
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co..
Aetna Insurance Co	
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd..
American Insurance Co	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd..
Beaver Insurance Co      	
British America Assurance Co	
British Canadian Insurance Co	
British Empire Assurance Co...
British Northwestern Insurance Co...
Caledonian-Canadian Insurance Co.-
Caledonian Insurance Co._ 	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co..
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian General Insurance Co 	
Canadian Indemnity Co	
Canadian Mercantile Insurance Co	
Canadian National Insurance Co	
Canadian Surety Co  _
Casualty Co. of Canada	
Century Insurance Co. Ltd   _
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada Ltd	
Commerce General Insurance Co _
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd-
Continental Casualty Co	
Continental Insurance Co     	
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co.	
Dominion Insurance Corporation	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co	
Economical Mutual Insurance Co	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd—
Employers' Mutual Liability Ins. Co. of Wisconsin-
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada	
Federal Insurance Co.-   —
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Ins. Co...
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York 	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Fidelity-Phenix Insurance Co 	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co   —
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J 	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Global General Insurance Co  	
Global Reinsurance Co.    _ 	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 	
Gore Mutual Insurance Co	
Grain Insurance & Guarantee Co 	
Great American Insurance 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	
Home Insurance Co.        	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  _ 	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Ins. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office
Insurance Co. of North America    _
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd...
Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd-
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
$2,072
91
1,375
483
2,346
917
1,435
287
335
1,353
74
245
832
854
10,932
60,420
193
25
19,558
1,414
3,410
-29
291
574
261
391
1,677
837
5,655
124
21,243
2,367
132
426
306
75
448
75
52
837
8,908
—9,845
652
—42
1,343
1,244
117
1,076
590
2,822
7,403
785
1,995
1,046
22
1,343
622
90
7,898
209
674
2,903
138
-$1,384
1,078
204
40
48
13,425
13
45
9
-2,194
9,631
-1,179
-94
5,853
229
1,665
101
-374
—2,117
7,125
75
43
43
-176
100
— 1,921
1,310
168
1,540
516
76
306
178
— 188
168
89
15,435
9
84
—31
75
$6,508
131,741
410
538
184
9
2,127
425
496
285
367
1,223
1,526
809
54,166
132,629
386
— 367
118,797
1,092
4,855
85
1,280
1,100
28,298
351
569
29,182
4,369
110
16,121
525
588
4,984
2,056
67
22,760
67
— 39
29,182
12,289
58,786
43
67
1,436
10,025
19,228
10,324
5,953
21,368
548
1,765
2,067
1,426
921
100
30,057
503
853
2,157
—38
—9
348
1,162
721
70
— 199
11,391
15
2
—210
52
18
550
-3,994
206
871
-4,329
-60
-3,434
— 1
-3,994
—520
1,607
291
210
—900
1,975
7,899
243
291
-17
232
146
1,468
 B 88
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.
-MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
GUARANTEE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Fidelity
Surety
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$1,236
2,282
1,967
1,343
1,727
5,022
7,164
116
116
—54
391
17,810
828
$673
286
185
168
-1,153
—216
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd	
$2,425
12,013
1,429
5,424
$495
—3,190
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd ,  	
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd	
291
—6
1,865
3,805
96
34
769
— 1
— 1
229
-38
—5
59
60
351
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd— 	
1,588
629
4,048
482
1,510
790
5,656
252
789
1,433
—74
5,922
292
3,108
280
Occidental Fire Insurance Co.
240
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd	
756
1,078
—88
5,263
1,461
13,516
5
4,604
2,000
572
334
104
3
7,496
4,810
—396
441
-2,076
332
—366
1,658
— 11
Phoenix Insurance Co            „   .
Provident Assurance Cst ltd
456
1,119
537
180
1,613
2,555
4,429
—63
67
116
171
2,346
106
1,213
927
3,695
—51
3,143
962
225
382
8,717
925
62
75
100
65
787
—1,252
518
8,944
576
44,318
169
750
35,673
413
4,129
443,407
1,508
640
734
3,120
1,545
188
38
4,707
Toronto General Insurance Co. Ltd     .       j   	
-1,795
-163
21,821
439
215
3,335
11,628
90
815
184
2,103
"~ 34
3,660
867
207
3,627
1,185
165,007
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd -	
-9
105
300
411
—6,062
—56
5,747
40
Totals fnr 1964
$277,575
$89,559
$1,407,250
$177,004
Totals for 1963                                     	
$1,347,062
$61,541
  1 	
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 89
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Public Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Employers' Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Acadia Insurance Co  _. ,
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.-   „ _
Aetna Insurance Co  	
Agricultural Insurance Co _ _	
Albion Insurance Co. of Canada .  _.
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd	
Allstate Insurance Co.	
Allstate Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Alpina Insurance Co. Ltd __  	
American Equitable Assurance Co. of New York	
American Insurance Co.   	
American Mutual Liability Insurance Co 	
American National Fire Insurance Co	
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd - _ 	
Aviation & General Insurance Co. Ltd  _
Baloise Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co	
Beaver Insurance Co	
Bee Insurance Co  	
Boston Insurance Co   	
British America Assurance Co	
British Aviation Insurance Co. Ltd	
British Canadian Insurance Co _ —
British Empire Assurance Co._ 	
British Northwestern Insurance Co 	
British Trader's Insurance Co. Ltd	
Buffalo Insurance Co  .	
Caledonian-Canadian Insurance Co.	
Caledonian Insurance Co 	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co	
Canada Security Assurance Co	
Canadian Commerce 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.— 	
Car & General Insurance Corporation Ltd  	
Casualty Co. of Canada _ 	
Centennial Insurance Co 	
Century Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada Ltd 	
Commerce General Insurance Co	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd	
Continental Casualty Co.  	
Continental Insurance Co   	
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co	
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd	
Dominion Insurance Corporation 	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co 	
Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd.—   	
Economical Mutual Insurance Co 	
Elite Insurance Co   - -. 	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd	
Employers' Mutual Liability Ins. Co. of Wisconsin-.
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd	
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Federal Insurance Co   	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Ins. Co.-
$28.
14.
30,
1.
17.
— 16
35
628
238
931
32
914
811
238
846
43
-40
183
36
384
447
801
3
14
7.
107,
11
314,
10,
4.
6
24,
—2.
7
14
36
4
13.
9
25.
19
29
19
48
30
— 1
19
179
3
2
8
13
47
273
104
363
127
403
231
405
413
150
941
—5
234
993
,371
897
978
814
653
385
632
229
945
102
891
373
675
078
530
295
599
926
433
80S
256
543
,469
698
413
848
20
593
028
364
956
660
,996
$7,356
18,972
3,054
2,718
1,533
2,184
1,866
43
1,598
16,793
1,485
1,014
8
100
-262
10
-53
-61
9,000
218
825
2,751
3,639
5,284
191
34,556
1,786
77,044
6,690
691
1,432
7,032
—288
1,031
35,244
21,312
1,976
-3,008
—7,727
14,993
2,096
2,959
4,581
23,244
4,124
1,436
55
83,284
357
542
7,915
32,830
$1,073
476
78
3
172
-18
18
569
302
6
4
90
18
21
392
36
118
228
38
7
1,272
557
10,208
-337
696
53
496
—23
207
220
20
-296
162
23
832
171
631
829
46
10,583
292
30
$1,193
— 1,645
469
95
109
106
354
14
10,664
55
34
-59
44
804
683
220
24
2,133
 B 90                                                    BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Public Liability
Employers* Liability
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
1
$36,606  1          $3,460
$102
4
4
7
123
631
3,392
486
45
1,242
$32
9
Fidelity * Cl«"»1ty Co, of New York
3,773
7,263
3,773
5,759
5,980
48,469
2,403
44,327
63,037
136,953
657
12,149
11,566
16,373
36,271
486
12,401
5,227
28
56
31,223
80,713
11,323
8,645
55,289
86
82,972
—2,748
17,495
16,350
9,563
2,747
399
—3,210
399
—463
10,056
23,245
419
37,796
35,654
391,124
14
1,582
2,433
5,508
2,111
969
1,406
5,383
— 1,653
18
4,677
18,708
5,268
3,953
13,898
9
24
683
2,458
100
576
27
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J 	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp. Ltd	
53
11
199
398
11
589
-
560
1,617
54
40
1,968
2,453
27
11
—158
199
39
379
601
2,404
-159
— 119
73
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd —	
Halifax Insurance Co.-	
Hanover Insurance Co. _	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co.
23,930
-3,010
19,501
—2,684
— 114
193
117
18,301
550
1,918
41,575
-204
— 1,838
9,363
12
-70
11
203
1
1,254
71
6
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Ins. of Canada	
47,335
2,373
8,175
31.049
1,028
9,257
27,794
9
434
23,246
20,395
34,601
121
14,042
29,316
24,714
-151
2,618
14,042
3,542
102,740
7,622
2,154
2,174
12,672
7,116
744
—3,870
2,056
47
100
57
—26
—233
338
21
219
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd— -	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd	
20
38
28,959
5,539
5,503
-184
6,532
13,178
6,147
-251
14,054
6,532
846
49,588
617
990
991
1,485
3,047
London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada	
12
11
167
-397
994
199
830
134
894
196
7
830
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd	
167
655
2,405
— 19
10
11
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd _ -	
National Employers' Mutual General Ins. Assn. Ltd	
- —
14
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd     	
	
	
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 91
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSUBANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Public Liability
Employer
' Liability
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$19,808
322,761
13,954
123,042
133,341
28,828
4,140
13,211
6
1,698
13,650
—114
733
— 1,464
1,304
73,255
20,960
43,452
186
1,738
30,045
10,187
29,364
6,540
10,739
2,988
5,264
$2,096
10,096
3,986
57,161
18,521
— 18,863
1,213
3,812
$23
2,776
236
7,263
$44
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's.	
2,578
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd 	
1,464
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd	
Occidental Fire Insurance Co _ 	
125
71
224
99
33
— 10
44
1,526
3,524
5,159
315
—10
63
752
233
1,609
114
98,670
3,351
11,052
—1,002
152
9,392
2,387
—2,338
2,203
2,593
866
—7,105
—362
7,050
12,224
18,125
46,036
1,595
39
—428
6,532
4,491
1,976
311
-688
-83
Phoenix Assurance Co Ltd
1,789
—9
84
70
89
1,263
80
1
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd.                	
1,040
4
51
51
9
5,502
71
7
47,430
54,047
40,178
83,157
34,835
12,793
11,094
14,043
6,782
4,315
1,898
8,786
11
5
653
656
801
42
265
56
830
32
20
39
— 14
-88
67
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd ._	
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co	
167
12
—60
26
-260
1
2
19,791
3,230
883
6
18,687
-2,196
39
88,080
80
42,440
213
3,545
131,172
-1,053
-599
46,740
7,710
44,257
581
159
—405
1,630
-3,010
558
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co.
1
901
10
7
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd. ,
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd— 	
11
28,273
6,220
851
1,039
117,936
18
4,710
9,461
1,040
6,630
479
61
1,388
— 18
1,418
232
—2,402
4,689
520
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co.	
—990
United States Fire Insurance Co    	
 B 92
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$654
4,132
694
12,600
116,176
12,539
79
32,608
6,569
1,738
3,025
7,021
94,527
73,463
$2,272
480
-19,080
83,337
759
$14
42
2
132
84
43
415
687
1,588
—384
1,335
152
1,525
3,266
48,249
13,447
$688
1
World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
84
-66
Totals for 1964
$4,434,653
$1,903,684
$87,281
$34,987
Totals for 1963
$3,719,200
$1,067,351
$93,300
$67,780
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 93
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Group
Individual
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$269
635,127
3,075
$90
478,849
C.
is.
c.
c.
c.
c.
$4,120
2,907
346
19
11,856
-513
34,364
$509
71
130
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd —
451
-1,936
2,375
1,843
1,278
1,238
7,596
3,437
3,742
6,000
8,024
238
c.
c.
37
-6
American Casualty Co. of Reading, Pennsylvania	
796
239
-339
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
fC.
IN.
c.
c.
c.
c.
re.
JN.
c.
c.
fC.
IN.
fC.
<N.
c.
c.
re.
,N.
28
2
— 100
847
758
4,992
2,680
959
536
625
453
1,124,580
483
1,610
119
4,170
537,757
12
~           2
3
246,625
904
1,026
152
177
397,408
181
211
400
612 929
425
1,415
15
644
California-Western Life Insurance Co 	
15,265
161,587
12,953
500,176
120,454
4,956
560
253
61
-19
67
6,674
1,739
—21
1,731
630
1,850
88,379
127,857
— 13
5,264
43,396
469
33
99
	
17,180
79
1,222
21,065
6,901
486
1,371
12 531
40,423
11,628
700,107
2,625
816,622
9,870
603,813
3,029
514,441
561
Continental Assurance Co	
12,029
fc.
(N.
c.
c.
(C.
(N.
C.
c.
fc.
,N.
c.
c.
re.
)N.
500,058
150,616
5,866
6,366
187,123
72,961
725
1,487,898
65
1,524,764
7
11,016
12,449
620
1,949
3,081
5,680
6,922
571
34,443
1.186
259
65,839
4,887
130,853
41,446
213
405
1,946
126
112,398
12,283
C—Cancellable.
N.—Non-cancellable.
 B 94
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Group
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Individual
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd. - 	
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States-
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co-
Federal Life & Casualty Co 	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Ins. Co..
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity-Phenix Insurance Co..
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J..
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corp. Ltd..
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 	
Great American Insurance Co 	
Great Eastern Insurance Co..—  	
Great-West Life Assurance Co.   	
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd  	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada	
Halifax Insurance Co   	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co 	
Home Insurance Co _  .	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co 	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Ins. of Canada
Imperial Insurance Office .   	
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
Income Insurance Co. of Canada .
Insurance Co. of North America
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd	
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co...
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd	
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co.	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd..
London & County Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London & Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd.
London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada-
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd _.	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd..
London Assurance..
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd.
London Life Insurance Co 	
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
Maccabees Mutual Life Insurance Co..
Maryland Casualty Co-
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd...
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.	
Milwaukee Insurance Co. of Milwaukee-
Ministers Life & Casualty Union	
$48,144
8,691
101,961
1,061
14,183
1,023
1,952
1,234,977
201
151
444
1,952
484,831
384
85,187
9,315
43,504
21,813
976
3,318
77
2,147
1,952
10,263
502
224
657,601
6,509
262
10,263
543,660
189,248
$35,255
4,358
55,408
12,924
60
-152
817,762
43
33
— 152
364,763
18
20,040
90
-2,137
13,575
-75
81
728
—257
4
-164
— 152
8,816
107
76
563,836
1,604
8,816
469,426
114,596
s
c.
c.
c.
c.
re.
IN.
C.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
fc.
IN.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
fc.
(N.
c.
c.
c.
fc.
)N.
c.
c.
c.
fc
. N.
rc.
,N.
c.
fc.
IN.
$216
2,376 [
592
3,695
8,341
441
1,117
51
1,117
1,949
1,129
2,795
1,171
2,667
921 |
617 |
172,862
7.705
9,610
18,888
4,785
3,560
307
3,281
114
2,667
1,161
1,394
16,613
22,453
555
1,333
10,510
29
262
4,534
51
3,317
3,103
2,667
2,701
93
12,274
3,576
645
2.162
79,750
96,290
705
25
2,702
93
60,376
38,449
32,625
11,570
1,124
$230
4,354
14
311
570
373
-535
1,393
376
748
1,445
3,632
49
230
80,519
12,580
2,982
9.624
3,610
2,709
223
3,059
3,632
392
616
8,667
4,087
283
1,816
-12,664
156
1,396
6,172
31
3,998
3,632
964
9,490
886
325
63
26,853
76,889
212
964
19,326
21.801
6,386
12,700
606
C.—Cancellable.
N.—Non-cancellable.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964             B 95
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Group
Individual
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Motor Union Insurance Co. Ltd.	
	
	
C.             $1,383
C.                  687
C.                  687
( C	
$1,750
-373
—373
238
43,942
155,012
95,571
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada *	
$510,281
8,109
13,096
214,488
116,673
$440,837
468
12,594
209,954
74,802
JN - -
f C	
) N.           100,047
|C.           461,518
) N.           230,375
|c.     	
) N.             25,535
fC.               3,218
IN.             12,797
C.               5,866
C.             41,855
f C.             50,781
\ N.             17,846
C.               4,697
f C.             23,637
, N.                  814
12,334
3,214
3,122
9,120
35,453
5,495
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's ,
8,621
137,838
42,073
16,712
89,918
1,116
120,311
42,974
14,189
77,260
491
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
917
8,429
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co  ..
North West Life Assurance Co.   	
7,360
1,271
C.               8,177
C.               1,117
f C.             18,072
| N.            44,827
C.               3,769
C.                  583
C.              —158
C.                  753
( c
2,824
214
5,656
13,897
674
623
"~93
5,086
16,905
15,986
4,319
6,721
13,571
Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California	
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd „	
Palatine Insurance Co. Ltd.  	
Patriotic Assurance Co. Ltd 	
-6
231
73,994
1,158
404
307
11
54,561
} N.             87,589
C               5,812
C.               6,472
C.               1,004
f C             12,909
} N.             10,029
f C               3,905
) N.             37,804
fC.        -
■j N.            51,063
C               1,067
C.               1,131
C.                  247
C.               3,863
C.             15,843
C.               7,936
r c.
24,462
—24,079
1,075
124
7,478
3,847
524
3,123
136
14
Planet Assurance Co. Ltd.    -	
17,921
232,884
781
3,633
3,707
7,095
5,983
693
10,766
176,733
-60
3,084
Quebec Assurance Co    _ 	
17.070
1,452
153
27
272
32,153
-779
1,669
1,716
218
10,263
75
39,861
26,322
) N.          298,957
fc	
. N.                 915
(C               2,701
, N.                   93
C.                  431
C.               1,78!
728
964
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd 	
8,816
207
1,354
16
21,974
25,617
Seaboard Life Insurance Co	
Security Mutual Casualty Co  	
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co— 	
C.               3,021
C.               9,810
C.                    23
1,332
3
3,304
564,855
150
495,803
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada.	
C.—Cancellable.          N.—Non-cancellable.
 B 96
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.
-MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
rt
Group
Individual
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$951,578
4,360
C.
!».
C.
c.
c.
c.
$207
238,386
390
913
1,735
— 170
—54
$27
$763,476
3,701
70,964
23
184
1,632
68,416
41,358
 	
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
{£:
c.
c.
154
774
3,377
5,289
3,929
1,004
1,351
46
1,085
2,594
	
— 1,212
—4,198
17
14
4,408
104
255,283
977
1,112
307
5,132
6,399
330,742
1,327
124
482
370
$11,521,660
$9,072,673
$5,294,275
$2,365,894
Totals f"r 1963
	
$1,321,666
$678,758
C—Cancellable.
N.—Non-cancellable.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 97
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
AIRCRAFT AND MARINE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Aircraft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Marine
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co-
Aetna Insurance Co _
Agricultural Insurance Co...
Albion Insurance Co. of Canada-
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd	
Alpina Insurance Co. Ltd..
$12,530
5,607
16,882
American Casualty Co. of Reading, Pennsylvania-
American Insurance Co. 	
American National Fire Insurance Co.. 	
Amsterdam Insurance Association, The Dome, Ltd—
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd.—   	
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd _ _ 	
Aviation & General Insurance Co. Ltd —
Baloise Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Boston Insurance Co —   	
5,564
British America Assurance Co	
British Aviation Insurance Co. Ltd....
British Northwestern Insurance Co—
Buffalo Insurance Co. _	
Caledonian Insurance Co 	
Camden Fire Insurance Association-
Canadian Indemnity Co-
Canadian Universal Insurance Co. Ltd—
Centennial Insurance Co 	
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd..
Continental Insurance Co	
Economic Insurance Co. Ltd— _	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd—
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Federal Insurance Co   	
112
409
119,626
74,222
7,003
21,667
1,442
3,753
17,456
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada-
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York .
Fidelity-Phenix Insurance Co 	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co	
275
275
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada-
General Insurance Co. Helvetia Ltd	
General Insurance Co. of America	
Global Reinsurance Co. -   	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada  _.	
Great American Insurance Co  	
Great Eastern Insurance Co 	
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Halifax Insurance Co 	
Hanover Insurance Co _. 	
Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co..
Hartford Fire Insurance Co 	
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd—
Home Insurance Co. —  	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co— —
Imperial Insurance Office    — 	
Indemnity Marine Assurance Co. Ltd—
Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd—
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd..
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd   	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada-
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.  	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd	
London Assurance 	
London Guarantee & Accident Co. Ltd 	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co   	
24,527
6,947
7,869
11,625
35,481
12,268
262
6,947
22,555
70,646
3,474
11,810
7,642
265,866
23,253
23,542
-$833
-374
18,058
-317
-23
118,411
36,288
393
10,868
-249
11,219
15,520
-2,044
—996
10,438
4,221
-839
—2,044
—5,588
612
86,848
-1,023
-3,475
-2,248
36,402
20,634
21,034
$17,488
20,022
10,221
41,326
14,071
16,738
-2,908
8
32,117
-6,074
17,168
660
114,098
51,106
40,050
48,033
2,162
22,380
18,021
66,565
-46
9,222
27,089
3,243
18,467
8,705
1,757
1,757
243,063
44,156
15,842
602
273
3,243
45,870
4,681
18,319
4,324
86,156
12
26
234
—99
47,503
36,927
$16,900
3,117
9,031
31,323
11,030
23,827
-248
29,168
5
8,395
431
49,088
45,318
33,303
57,821
333
1,060
20,596
37,238
1,561
4,564
16,768
503
13,907
10,115
869
869
64,847
73,923
2,812
326
-769
503
39,895
471
5,780
613
122,494
8,333
2
22
1,677
35,739
57,533
518
 B 98
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1964—Continued
AIRCRAFT AND MARINE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Company
Aircraft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Marine
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Maritime Insurance Co. Ltd...
Maryland Casualty Co	
Munich Reinsurance Co	
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada-
New India Assurance Co. Ltd	
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co...
$8,205
24,350
24,350
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's-
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd—.
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd..
Old Colony Insurance Co  -
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd— 	
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co..
Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Ins. Co..
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd	
Phoenix Insurance Co	
Quebec Assurance Co..
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada-
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-
Reliance Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Royal Exchange Assurance _ 	
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd..
Safeco Insurance Co. of America	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co...
St. Paul Mercury Insurance Co 	
Sea Insurance Co. Ltd— 	
Security Mutual Casualty Co	
Springfield Insurance Co.. — —
Standard Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Sun Insurance Office Ltd..
1,442
493,526
7,275
44,074
197,088
41,569
157
2,778
6,860
24,751
43,565
11,691
4,320
5
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd	
Thames & Mersey Marine Insurance Co. Ltd..
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd	
Travelers Indemnity Co..
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd _
Union Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd..
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Westchester Fire Insurance Co	
Western Assurance Co..
12,530
23,290
12,530
2,736
409
World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd..
World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd..
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd 	
-$1,281
11,781
11,780
6,194
228,890
7,556
1,445
24,717
41,233
—818
90
9,186
67,741
-2,129
68
-955
1,085
-1,296
232
—23
Totals for 1964-
Totals for 1963-
$1,809,038 |     $776,389
$1,596,815 |     $582,962
$21,399
17,058
1,980
9,222
15,473
30,603
249,524
32,229
74,723
609,047
2,593
10,931
1,531
22,998
798
5,185
11,825
1,200
17
402
2
20,249
4,324
69,139
26,690
12,804
8,820
472,490
147,139
12,772
25,543
76,656
32,229
17,898
$8,356
1,294
4,564
11,809
27,984
151,420
27,234
50,495
282,102
1,750
9MH5
846
-80
20,424
447
184
16,151
302
—9
1,993
16,001
669
56,770
11,453
5,313
381,130
91,447
11,272
22,599
67,973
27,234
9,137
— 108
$3,194,736 | $2,158,760
$3,035,837
$2,130,598
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1964
B 99
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1964—Continued
HAIL AND MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1964
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Hail
Miscellaneous
Name of Company
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$208,521
C.
$23,749
$3,802
$125,440
L.S.
L.S.
W.
T.
C.
C.
fEx.
}L.S.
Ex.
L.S.
L.S.
L.S.
2,277
9,998
2,651
25
14,959
85,727
3,124
2,618
14
1,026
194
11,028
6,892
8,662
	
— 1,286
574
—4
264
Totals for 1964	
$208,521
$125,440
$157,390
$18,904
Totals for 1963                 	
— 	
C—Credit.
Ex.—Explosion.
L.S.—Live Stock.
T.—Title.
W.—Weather.
 B 100
TABLE X.—
BRITISH COLUMBIA
OTHER INSURANCE  (TABLE IX)
Figures and totals shown to nearest thousand.)
SUMMARY
Class of Insurance
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
Personal property, P	
$7,095,000
5,782,000
$7,267,000
3,390,000
1,595,000
329,000
$6,980,000
4,336,000
1,684,000
296,000
$7,349,000
7,092,000
1,820,000
2,326,000
$8,116,000
7,764,000
1,791,000
4,027,000
114,000
-72
616,000
289,000
752,000
231,000
11,000
3,000
200
31
350,000
140,000
551,000
513,000
364,000
206,000
1,685,000
267,000
4,435,000
1,904,000
87,000
35,000
1,373,000
114,000
Real property, L   _
Inland transportation, P.   	
416,000
378,000
655,000
382,000
797,000
722,000
673,000
211,000
620,000
149,000
720,000
509,000
501,000
126,000
645,000
260,000
Theft, P.
Theft, L.
*Windstorm, P. - 	
♦Windstorm, L _	
*BoiIer, P.
	
	
-
•Boiler, L.    	
♦Machinery, P - —
350,000
206,000
1,020,000
113,000
3,233,000
1,255,000
63,000
29,000
839,000
140,000
9,826,000
5,825,000
158,000
55,000
363.000
205,000
1,090,000
268,000
3,719,000
1,469,000
74,000
41,000
991,000
338,000
10,851,000
6,776,000
152,000
53,000
353,000
218,000
1,403,000
62,000
3,719,000
1,067,000
93,000
68,000
1,322,000
679,000
13,007,000
9,092,000
221,000
59,000
388,000
250,000
1,247,000
121,000
3,468,000
1,550,000
88,000
22,000
1,151,000
739,000
11,738,000
7,690,000
162,000
79,000
Guarantee (fidelity and surety)
P.              	
Guarantee (fidelity and surety)
L.                - 	
Public liability, P	
Public liability, L	
Employer's liability, L	
 	
Combined accident and sickness,
p
Combined accident and sickness,
L.
Sickness, P - —
Sickness, L	
tPersonal accident and sickness
5,294,000
2,366,000
11,522,000
9,073,000
1,809,000
776,000
3,195,000
2,159,000
209,000
125,000
157,000
19,000
tPersonal accident and sickness
tPersonal accident and sickness
	
tPersonal  accident and sickness
1,659,000
943.000
3,898,000
1,933,000
2,182,000
802,000
3,342,000
2,401,000
2,325,000
1,609,000
3,145,000
2,211,000
1,597,000
583,000
3,036,000
2,131,000
Marine, P 	
•Hail, P	
•Hail, L. _	
1,018,000
505,000
1,284,000
363,000
1,060,000
483,000
1,545,000
427,000
Other forms, L —	
Totals, P.	
$31,869,000
17,518,000
$34,156,000
17,488,000
$35,261,000
19,988,000
$36,084,000
24,268,000
$41,058,000
29,897,000
Totals, L.   . ..
* Included in " Other Forms '
t Included in " Accident and
P.—Profit.           L.—Losses.
Printed by
1,260-765-6379
' until 1963.
Sickness " until 1963.
t Majesty
A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellen
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1965

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