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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Fifty-seventh Annual Report
of the
SUPERINTENDENT OF
INSURANCE
1968
(Business Transacted in 1967)
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1968
  To the Honourable John Robert Nicholson, P.C, O.B.E., LL.D., LL.B.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Fifty-seventh Annual Report of
the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31, 1967.
LESLIE R. PETERSON,
A ttorney-General.
Victoria, B.C., July 6,1968.
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Report of Superintendent of Insurance       7
List as at June 30, 1968—
Insurers Licensed  10
Fraternal Benefit Societies Licensed under the Insurance Act  36
Names of Insurers Licensed since December 31, 1967  37
Names of Insurers Which Have Ceased Business since December 31, 1967 37
Underwriters' Agencies Licensed  3 7
Reciprocal Exchanges Granted Permits  37
Societies (Incorporated under the Societies Act) Licensed under the Insurance Act  37
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
B.C.F.G. Mutual Hail Insurance Company  38
The British Columbia Insurance Company  40
British Columbia Life & Casualty Company  42
The British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Company  45
Fraser Valley Mutual Insurance Company  47
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Company  49
The Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  52
Pacific Automobile and Fire Insurance Company  54
Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Insurance Company  56
Roberts Mutual Fire Insurance Company  58
Seaboard Life Insurance Company  60
Tables
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1967  63
II. Summary, 1963-67  65
Fraternal Societies—
III. Business of 1967  66
Fire Insurance—
IV. Business of 1967  67
V. Summary, 1963-67  70
Reciprocal Exchanges—
VI. Business of 1967  70
Automobile Insurance—
VII. Business of 1967  71
VIII. Summary, 1963-67  74
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
IX. Business of 1967  75
X. Summary, 1963-67  99
  Report of the Superintendent of Insurance
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, B.C., July 6, 1968.
The Honourable Leslie R. Peterson, Q.C.,
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Pursuant to the Insurance Act, I beg to submit the Fifty-seventh Annual
Report of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31, 1967.
At that date 350 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
11
13
5
1
2
1
14
103
55
2
2
1
1
2
1
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1
1
1
2
130
11
27
103
60
2
2
1
1
Holland	
2
2
1
1
1
1
4
131
Totals      —   -                       ..   -
33
317
350
The comparative figures are for 1966, 349, and 1965, 347.
Eleven new insurers were licensed during the year. These are as follows:
American Home Assurance Company; The Bee Fire, Hail, Accident & General
Insurance Company; CIM Insurance Corporation; Canadian Reassurance Company; Commerce & Industry Insurance Company of Canada; Employers Mutual
Fire Insurance Company; Family Life Assurance Company; The North West Life
Assurance Company of Canada; Scottish Insurance Corporation, Ltd.; Sun Alliance
& London Assurance Company, Ltd.;  and United American Insurance Company.
Ten insurers ceased to transact business in the Province during the year, and
these were: Anglo-Scottish Insurance Company, Ltd.; The Bee Insurance Company; Boston Old Colony Insurance Company; General Insurance Company Helvetia, Ltd.; North West Life Assurance Company; Provident Assurance Company;
Reliance Marine Insurance Company, Ltd.; Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Company, Ltd.; Security National Insurance Company; and Skandinavia Insurance
Company, Ltd.
A complete list of insurers will be found on pages 10 to 35. A similar list,
made up to December 31, 1967, was published in The British Columbia Gazette.
For the purposes of convenience, the present list is made up to June 30, 1968, so
that it includes insurers licensed since December 31, 1967, and shows the classes of
insurance for which all insurers are now licensed.
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On analysis the list shows that 88 companies (exclusive of fraternal societies)
were licensed for life insurance, 197 for fire insurance, 188 for automobile insurance,
and 85 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 those companies incorporated by or under an Act of
the Legislature are set forth at length on pages 38 to 62.
There was one underwriter's agency licensed under the Act, and the list appears
on page 37.
The taxes collected on unlicensed insurance amount to $17,267.17.
The number of insurance agents' and salesmen's licences issued for the year
1967 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—
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
3,887
1,644
656
70
151
3,742
1,525
666
74
159
3,532
1,526
726
63
146
3,408
1,558
782
63
150
3,252
1,593
Insurance salesmen  	
825
64
Employees of insurance adjusters	
125
Totals
6,408
6,166
5,993
5,961
5,859
The number of real-estate agents' and salesmen's licences issued under the Real
Estate Act for the year 1967/68 in comparison with the previous four years is as
follows:—
Licences Issued to—
1967/68
1966/67
1965/66
1964/65
1963/64
1,043
4,166
1
970
3,515
882
3,288
847
3,239
853
2,901
Totals
5,209
4,485
1
4,170
4,086
3,754
Pursuant to Part II of the Real Estate Act, documents have been processed and
filed in connection with 525 subdivisions since my last report.
The number of collection agents' licences issued for the year 1967 is given
below, together with a comparative table for the previous three years:—
Year
1967..
1966.
Licences Issued
to Collection
Agents
  95
Year
1965..
1964..
Licences Issued
to Collection
Agents
94
The number of issuers' and salesmen's licences issued under the Investment
Contracts Act for the year April 1, 1967, to March 31, 1968, is as follows: Issuers,
5; salesmen, 29.
The Association of Superintendents of Insurance met at Charlottetown, P.E.I.,
for its 50th annual conference, commencing September 11, 1967. Attending at the
sessions were more than 196 representatives of the insurance industry.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967
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The association officers for the 1967/68 term are: President, Roger A.
Camaraire, Superintendent of Insurance, Province of Quebec, 1135 St. Louis Road,
Sillery, Que.; 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 Ontario to hold the 1968 conference at Toronto, Ont.,
during the week commencing September 16, 1968.
Respectfully submitted.
E. T. CANTELL,
Superintendent of Insurance.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees
B.CF.G. MUTUAL HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
Date of incorporation, March 30, 1950.   Date commenced business, May 18, 1950.
Officers
E. M. Tait, President. J. Luthy, Vice-President.
H. B. Earle, General Manager and Secretary.
E. M. Tait.
J. Luthy.
D. P. Fraser.
Directors
N. R. C. Pooley.
D. Richard.
R. Basnett.
E. Malen.
J. H. Stuart.
Auditors
Rutherford, Bayett & Co., Kelowna, B.C.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Authorized	
Subscribed 	
Paid in cash (or stock dividend)
Contributions to surplus
Unpaid calls	
Guarantee Stock
Guarantee
No.          Par Value
Amount
5,000          $10.00
$50,000.00
1,752            10.00
17,520.00
                	
17,520.00
Preferred
No.    Par Value Amount
Nil        Nil        Nil
Nil        Nil        Nil
Amount
... Nil
_ Nil
Investments—
Bonds 	
Assets
Cash on hand and in banks	
Investment income due or accrued
Gross assets	
Deduct assets not admitted
$149,136.00
1,483.00
973.00
$151,592.00
Total assets admitted
$151,592.00
Other liabilities
Liabilities
Capital and surplus—
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid .
Surplus 	
$1,275.00
17,520.00
132,797.00
$151,592.00
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967 B 39
Profit and Loss Account
Net premiums earned   Nil
Net claims incurred  $24,979.00
Net adjustment expenses   1,289.00
General expenses and taxes incurred  6,411.00
Total expenditure       $17,279.00
Underwriting profit      $17,279.00
Other income         8,151.00
Net profit  $25,430.00
Surplus Account
Decreases Increases
Net profit        $25,430.00
Dividends declared   $14,730.00 	
Net increase   $ 10,700.00
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at
beginning of year  140,147.00
Guarantee stock paid out during year  530.00
Guarantee stock and surplus at end of year (surplus for
protection of policyholders)    $150,317.00
Deduct paid in guarantee stock at end of year  17,520.00
Surplus per balance-sheet  $132,797.00
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 40
BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, February, 1904, S.B.C. 1904, chapter 57;  amended
March 29, 1934, S.B.C. 1934, chapter 70; amended April 11, 1946, S.B.C.
1946, chapter 81.
Date commenced business, 1948.
Officers
K. B. Mossop, President.
L. H. Gledhill, Secretary.
Directors
K. B. Mossop. F. A. Griffiths.
P. B. Paine. R. F. Gardiner.
Auditors
Griffiths & Griffiths, Vancouver, B.C.
W. H. Molyneux.
Wm. A. Aubin.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Common
No.     Par Value       Amount
Authorized   80,000    $5.00    $400,000.00
Subscribed  44,389            221,945.00
Paid in cash   44,307            110,767.50
Or stock dividend  82       410.00
Total authorized	
Total subscribed	
Total paid in cash or stock dividend	
Contributions to surplus	
Unpaid calls	
Preferred
No.     Par Value      Amount
20,000    $5.00    $100,000.00
$500,000.00
221,945.00
111,177.50
Nil
Nil
Assets
Bonds (book value)
Stocks (book value)
Summary of investments (sub-total)
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued.
Other assets 	
Gross assets
Liabilities
Unearned premium extended at 100 per cent.
Provision for unpaid claims	
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts
Expenses due and accrued—
Trade 	
Taxes	
Other liabilities	
Total liabilities .
Capital and surplus—
Capital stock subscribed and paid.
Surplus 	
In Canada      Outside Canada Total
$79,582.00    $106,577.00    $186,159.00
        81,630.00       81,630.00
$79,582.00    $188,207.00    $267,789.00
659.00
824.00
4,578.00
3,380.00
92,405.00
5,237.00
4,204.00
92,405.00
$81,065.00    $288,570.00    $369,635.00
In Canada
$8.00
Outside Canada
$32,282.00
14,618.00
4,627.00
700.00
585.00
4,070.00
4,041.00
Total
$32,290.00
14,618.00
4,627.00
700.00
4,655.00
4,041.00
$1,293.00  $59,638.00  $60,931.00
111,178.00
197,526.00
$369,635.00
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967
Profit and Loss Account
In Canada Outside Canada
Unearned premium included in liabilities at beginning
of year            $8.00 $35,396.00
Net premiums written             9.00 80,375.00
Sub-total         $17.00 $115,771.00
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year              8.00 32,282.00
Net premiums earned          $9.00 $83,489.00
Net claims incurred  $36,085.00
Agents' commission and brokerage incurred              4.00 31,245.00
General expenses and taxes incurred       1,283.00 13,552.00
Total expenditure      $1,287.00 $80,882.00
Underwriting profit or loss    $1,278.00 $2,607.00
Other income and (expenditure)      4,150.00 10,239.00
Net profit     $2,872.00 $12,846.00
Surplus Account
Decreases
Net profit 	
Changes on unadmitted ledger assets (decrease)
Net increase 	
Capital stock  subscribed  and paid up  and surplus at
beginning of year	
Capital stock and surplus at end of year  (surplus for
protection of policyholders) 	
Deduct paid-in capital stock at end of year	
Surplus per balance-sheet 	
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Total
$35,404.00
80,384.00
$115,788.00
32,290.00
$83,498.00
$36,085.00
31,249.00
14,835.00
$82,169.00
$1,329.00
14,389.00
$15,718.00
Increases
$15,718.00
13,100.00
$28,818.00
279,886.00
$308,704.00
111,178.00
$197,526.00
Returns for British Columbia
{See page 85.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 42
BRITISH COLUMBIA
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIFE & CASUALTY COMPANY
Head Office—West Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, March, 1958.   Date commenced business, May, 1965.
Officers
H. S. Reed, President and Chairman A. R. Heath, Agency Director.
of the Board.
W. L. Little, Vice-President.
R. O. Schuelke, Vice-President.
A. D. Evanson, Assistant Agency Director.
G. J. Chambers, Secretary and Treasurer.
Byron Straight, Actuary.
Hubert S. Reed.
William Lyle Little.
Directors
Gordon J. Chambers.
John M. Peart.
Archie D. Evanson.
Philip D. Pemberton-Holmes.
Auditors
Touche, Ross, Bailey & Smart, Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Capital stock authorized-
Amount 	
Capital Stock
Number of shares
Par value 	
Capital stock issued and outstanding-
At beginning of year .
Issued during the year	
Total at end of year.
Number of
Shares
_ 5,654
2
Amount
Subscribed
$565,400.00
200.00
$2,000,000.00
20,000
$100.00 each
Amount Paid
in Cash
$565,400.00
200.00
5,656     $565,600.00     $565,600.00
Amount of calls unpaid at end of year, nil.
Premium on capital stock—
Total amount paid at beginning of year .
Amount received during year	
Total amount paid at end of year .
Assets
Bonds owned by the company
Stocks owned by the company .
Mortgage loans on real estate .
Guaranteed investment receipts, Royal Trust Co.
Due from Columbia Beneficial Holdings Ltd	
Cash 	
Deposit—Alberta Government re inspection .
Investment income, due and accrued.
Outstanding life insurance premiums and annuity considerations	
Accident and sickness premiums due and unpaid effective after September 30th of
current year (net commissions deducted)	
Chattel mortgage—Columbia Beneficial Holdings Ltd	
Deduct assets not admitted—
Columbia Beneficial Holdings Ltd..
Deposit—Alberta Government
$1,060,000.00
409,800.00
$1,469,800.00
.1,030,950.00
80,999.00
239,490.00
111,000.00
18,536.00
87,679.00
5,000.00
18,178.00
82,271.00
152.00
83,920.00
$1,758,175.00
Investment income, interest on chattel mortgage	
Chattel mortgage—Columbia Beneficial Holdings Ltd..
Other 	
Total assets
$18,536.00
5,000.00
1,821.00
83,920.00
510.00
109,787.00
$1,648,388.00
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1967
B 43
Liabilities
Actuarial reserve for life insurance and annuity contracts in force
Aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance .
Outstanding claims under insurance and annuity contracts, including provision for
unreported claims	
Amounts on deposit with the company pertaining to insurance and annuity contracts and including interest accumulations .
Insurance premiums and annuity considerations received in advance, including
$86.73 accident and sickness premiums 	
Dividends and endowments to policyholders due but unpaid .
Provision for dividends and endowments to policyholders due in the following year
Interest on outstanding claims	
Taxes, licences, and fees, due and accrued	
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations—
Life and annuity	
Accident and sickness	
$33,303.00
163.00
General and investment expenses due and accrued .
Amounts received but not yet allocated	
Miscellaneous liabilities—
Canada Pension Plan deductions payable	
Agents' security deposits
Life Underwriters Association dues refundable.
Reinsurance premiums payable	
Total liabilities .
Capital stock paid
Surplus in shareholders' funds and in policyholders' funds.
$423,267.00
8,653.00
5,937.00
114,355.00
22,798.00
18,905.00
20,409.00
299.00
21,810.00
Grand total
33,466.00
18,718.00
5,438.00
2,399.00
137.00
70.00
9,628.00
$706,289.00
565,600.00
376,499.00
$1,648,388.00
Summary of Operations
Premiums and annuity considerations—
(a) Life insurance and annuities	
(b) Accident and sickness insurance.
Net investment income	
$1,107,052.00
26,734.00
Total income 	
Claims incurred under insurance and annuity contracts, other than under settlement annuities—
(a)  Life insurance and annuities        $16,002.00
(6) Accident and sickness insurance  3,536.00
$1,133,786.00
76,426.00
$1,210,212.00
Normal increase in actuarial reserve (excluding increase due to changes in valuation bases) 	
Increase in aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance	
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with the company	
Interest on claims	
Taxes, licences, and fees, excluding investment taxes	
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations	
General expenses (excluding investment expenses)	
Dividends to policyholders	
Total.
Balance carried to Surplus Account.
$19,538.00
229,644.00
8,622.00
5,808.00
299.00
22,348.00
743,312.00
386,412.00
87,974.00
$1,503,957.00
$293,745.00
 B 44 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Surplus Account
Surplus, December 31, 1966—
In shareholders' funds	
In assurance and annuity funds
Surplus, December 31, 1967-
In shareholders' funds ~
In assurance and annuity funds .
$341,993.00
Increases
Premium on sale of capital stock      $409,800.00
Recovery of prior years' advances written off         23,578.00
Total increase      $433,378.00
Decreases
Balance carried from summary of operations  $293,745.00
Write-down in valuation of stocks  1,024.00
Increase in assets not admitted  104,103.00
Total decrease before dividends to shareholders      $398,872.00
Net increase before dividends to shareholders       $34,506.00
$376,499.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 63.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967 B 45
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, May 11, 1901.   Date commenced business, March 5, 1914.
Officers
G. E. Lafreniere, President.
D. H. Bell-Irving, Secretary. A. C. K. Sloan, Treasurer.
Directors
G. E. Lafreniere. A. C. K. Sloan. Lloyd F. Stevens.
D. H. Bell-Irving. R. M. Ivey.
Auditors
Clarkson, Gordon & Co., Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Capital Stock
Common Preferred
No. Par Value Amount No.     Par Value    Amount
Capital stock authorized   250       $100.00       $25,000.00 Nil Nil Nil
Subscribed   100 100.00 10,000.00 Nil Nil Nil
Paid in cash or stock divided    10,000.00
Contributions to Surplus
Premium paid on capital stock  $200.00
Other contributions to surplus  Nil
Total   $200.00
Unpaid Calls
Amount of calls unpaid at end of year—
Ordinary   Nil
Preferred shares   Nil
Premium   Nil
Assets
Bonds (book value)   $131,483.00
Cash on hand and in banks  8,352.00
Investment income due or accrued  1,301.00
Amounts due from agents  20,874.00
Other assets   50.00
Gross assets   $162,060.00
Deduct assets not admitted  265.00
Total assets admitted  $161,795.00
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 80 per cent  $126,270.00
Provision for unpaid claims  8,667.00
Expenses due and accrued taxes  2,826.00
Other liabilities  1,085.00
Total liabilities  $138,848.00
Capital stock subscribed and paid       10,000.00
Surplus        12,947.00
Total liabilities  $ 161,795.00
 B 46
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year    $99,793.00
Premiums written (net)      141,324.00
Sub-total
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year
Net premiums earned	
Net claims incurred	
Agents' commissions and brokerage incurred
General expenses and taxes incurred	
Total expenditure
Underwriting profit
Other income	
Net profit
$241,117.00
126,270.00
$114,847.00
$64,515.00
32,380.00
12,873.00
$109,768.00
$5,079.00
5,618.00
$10,697.00
Surplus
Decreases
Net profit 	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets
Net increase
Capital  stock  subscribed  and  paid  up  and  surplus  at
beginning of year	
Capital stock and surplus at end of year  (surplus for
protection of policyholders)  	
Deduct paid in capital stock at end of year	
Surplus per balance-sheet 	
Increases
$10,697.00
909.00
$11,606.00
11,341.00
$22,947.00
10,000.00
$12,947.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 85.)
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,  1967
B 47
FRASER VALLEY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—New Westminster, B.C.
Date of incorporation, May 2, 1966 (special Act, chapter 58, 1966).
Date commenced business, May 2, 1966.
Officers
V. H. Chadwick, President.
Dr. M. A. Edworthy, Vice-President. Mrs. H. W. Martin, Secretary-Treasurer.
V. H. Chadwick.
R. Selkirk.
Dr. M. A. Edworthy.
Directors
Mrs. H. W. Martin.
J. Stuart Gifford.
Dr. H. N. Watson.
R. G. Clements.
C. R. Matthison.
C. T. Brown.
A uditors
Clarkson, Gordon & Company.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Assets
Bonds and trust certificates
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued
Instalment premiums receivable 	
Other assets	
Gross assets
Deduct assets not admitted
$314,319.00
38,086.00
20,008.00
5,521.00
288.00
$378,222.00
$378,222.00
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 80 per cent
Provision for unpaid claims	
Bank overdraft and loans	
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts
Expenses due and accrued—
Trade 	
Taxes 	
Other liabilities 	
Total liabilities
Reserves—contingency reserve
Surplus 	
$22,529.00
133,771.00
15,000.00
215.00
5,065.00
896.00
1,873.00
$179,349.00
25,000.00
173,873.00
$378,222.00
 B 48 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year    $50,474.00
Net premiums written     670,087.00
Sub-total   $720,561.00
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year      22,529.00
Net premiums earned  $698,032.00
Net claims incurred  $556,875.00
Agents' commission and brokerage incurred      45,053.00
General expenses and taxes incurred     172,621.00
Total expenditure   $774,549.00
Underwriting loss     $76,517.00
Other income and (expenditure)       27,184.00
Net loss      $49,333.00
Surplus Account
Decreases                                 Increases
Net loss  $49,333.00 	
Changes in reserve for contingencies (decrease)        $21,000.00
Net decrease  $28,333.00
Surplus of assets over liabilities at beginning of year  202,206.00
Surplus of assets over liabilities at end of year  $173,873.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 94.)
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,  1967
B 49
FRUIT GROWERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
Date of incorporation, March 15, 1955.   Date commenced business, September 23, 1955.
N. R. C. Pooley, President.
E. M. Tait, Vice-President.
Officers
H. B. Earle, General Manager and Secretary.
E. Price, Treasurer.
N. R. C. Pooley.
E. M. Tait.
R. Maddocks.
Directors
J. Luthy.
D. P. Fraser.
D. Richard.
E. Malen.
J. H. Stuart.
Auditors
Rutherford, Bazett & Company, Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Guarantee Stock
Guarantee stock authorized—
Amount                                    ...        „.__._
  $500,000
       20,000
Par value                  -   -         -       -       -   -.
  $25 each
Guarantee stock issued and outstanding—                 shares
At beginning of year  11,344
Issued during the year     1,216
Amount
Subscribed
$283,600.00
30,400.00
Amount
Paid
$283,600.00
30,400.00
12,560
$314,000.00
$314,000.00
Assets
Bonds    .         - —     .. „
$661,363.00
Stocks    .   _   ....   _— _      .„ ..   .            .      ■
58,250.00
Mortgage loans and sales agreements          _.
11,512.00
Real estate       -           .    - .  -       .     _   	
174,715.00
Summary of investments (sub-total) 	
-     $905,840.00
Cash 	
28,262.00
Investment income due or accrued  	
7,626.00
Amounts due from agents and brokers  .... ..   ..
150,874.00
Amounts owing by reinsurers    .        „   ..     ...                   -
10,005.00
Other assets .. . ..      -       .   . -	
44,386.00
Gross assets       _        .      —.
$1,146,993.00
Deduct assets not admitted    .     - -    —      -       . „ .
32,727.00
Total assets admitted            .   	
$1,114,266.00
 B 50
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 80 per cent ._
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent
Provision for unpaid claims
Provision for adjustment of expenses of unpaid claims
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts	
Expenses due and accrued-
Trade 	
Taxes 	
Dividends  	
Other liabilities 	
Total liabilities
Capital and surplus—
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid
Surplus 	
$379,186.00
2,549.00
247,321.00
737.00
32,613.00
12,408.00
21,312.00
24,259.00
36,745.00
$757,130.00
314,000.00
43,136.00
$1,114,266.00
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premium included in liabilities at beginning of year at 80 per cent_.
Unearned premium included in liabilities at beginning of year at 100 per cent_
Net premiums written	
Sub-total
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year-
At 80 per cent	
At 100 per cent	
Net premiums earned
Net claims incurred	
Net adjustment expenses included in claims _
Agents' commissions and brokerage incurred
General expenses and taxes incurred	
Total expenditure
Underwriting profit
Other income 	
$281,769.00
1,622.00
834,910.00
$1,118,301.00
379,186.00
2,549.00
$736,566.00
$453,713.00
3,296.00
273,323.00
$730,332.00
$6,234.00
49,353.00
Net profit
$55,587.00
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967 B 51
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Decreases Increases
Net profit        $55,587.00
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets     $4,387.00 	
Provision for refunds to eligible policyholders     22,172.00 	
Paid to agents for goodwill re portfolios        7,500.00 	
Net increase  $21,528.00
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at
beginning of year  305,208.00
Guarantee stock paid in during year  30,400.00
Guarantee stock and surplus at end of year (surplus for
protection of policyholders)    $357,136.00
Deduct paid in guarantee stock at end of year  314,000.00
Surplus per balance-sheet   $43,136.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 68, 72, 76, 78, 81, 85, 90, and 94.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 52 BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, 1902.   Date commenced business, 1902.
Officers
H. S. Berry, President. H. Bose, Treasurer.
W. M. Page, Vice-President. E. T. Holtby, Manager Secretary.
Directors
H. S. Berry. K. B. McKechnie. G. Park.
W. M. Page. R. Bridge. J. C. Cherry.
H. Bose. T. J. Erskine. T. A. Menzies.
L. Gilmore. O. N. Wells.
Auditors
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company, Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Guarantee Stock
Nil.
Assets
Bonds (book value)   $143,823.00
Cash         4,978.00
Investment income due or accrued        2,012.00
Amounts due from agents and brokers       56,692.00
Amounts owing by reinsurers        8,668.00
Other assets       15,663.00
Gross assets   $231,836.00
Deduct assets not admitted       16,767.00
Total assets admitted  $215,069.00
Liabilities
Unearned premium extended at 100 per cent  $95,882.00
Provision for unpaid claims  726.00
Bank overdraft  2,500.00
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts  43,626.00
Expenses due and accrued—
Trade   191.00
Taxes   2,249.00
Other liabilities :  236.00
Total liabilities  $145,410.00
Reserves (section 26 of the Mutual Fire Insurance Companies Act)       26,500.00
Capital and surplus—Surplus      43,159.00
$215,069.00
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1967 B 53
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year  $77,680.00
Net premiums written  70,525.00
Sub-total   $148,205.00
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year      95,882.00
Net premiums earned    $52,323.00
Net claims incurred    $20,943.00
Agents' commissions and brokerage incurred        9,447.00
General expenses and taxes incurred      31,708.00
Total expenditures      $62,098.00
Underwriting loss       $9,775.00
Other income        8,607.00
Net loss       $1,168.00
Surplus
Decreases Increases
Net loss  $1,168.00 	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets      $196.00
Reduction in book value of perpetual bonds to market value 4,566.00	
Transfer to reserve required under section 26 of the Mutual
Fire Insurance Companies Act   3,000.00 	
Net decrease  $8,538.00
Surplus at beginning of year  51,697.00
Surplus at end of year (surplus for protection of policyholders)   $43,159.00
Surplus per balance-sheet  $43,159.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 68.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PACIFIC AUTOMOBILE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, March 15, 1955.   Date commenced business, November 1, 1955.
Officers
G. S. Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer.
Directors
G. S. Robinson.
A. A. Keating.
Auditors
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company, Chartered Accountants, Vancouver, B.C.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
A. A. Keating, President.
A. B. Cliff.
J. O. Turner.
Authorized.
Subscribed..
Capital Stock
Common
Par
No.       Value       Amount
.3,000    $100    $300,000
.2,000      100      200,000
Preferred
Par
No.       Value       Amount
2,000    $100    $200,000
1,000      100      100,000
Total
$500,000
300,000
Paid in cash or stock dividend
$200,000
$100,000    $300,000
Contributions to Surplus
Premium on capital stock	
Other contributions to surplus..
Unpaid calls at end of year, nil.
Assets
Bonds
Stocks
Summary of investments (sub-total)
Cash
Investment income due or accrued	
Amounts due from agents and brokers .
Other assets 	
Gross assets
Deduct assets not admitted.
Total assets admitted
Nil
Nil
$873,786.00
242,133.00
$1,115,919.00
284,370.00
12,778.00
142,824.00
81,146.00
$1,637,037.00
123,890.00
$1,513,147.00
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 80 per cent.
Provision for unpaid claims.
Provision for adjustment expenses of unpaid claims .
Agents' and brokers' credit balances	
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts	
Expenses due and accrued—
Trade 	
Taxes	
Dividends 	
Other liabilities	
Total liabilities 	
Capital and surplus—
Capital stock subscribed and paid.
Surplus 	
$523,116.00
425,314.00
26,030.00
29,680.00
17,808.00
20,020.00
59,929.00
2,000.00
19,427.00
$1,123,324.00
300,000.00
89,823.00
$1,513,147.00
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967 B 55
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premium included in liabilities at beginning of year      $403,206.00
Net premiums written     1,351,445.00
Sub-total  $ 1,754,651.00
Less unearned premium included in liabilities at end of year       523,116.00
Net premiums earned  $1,231,535.00
Net claims incurred  449,908.00
Net adjustment expenses  82,199.00
Agents' commissions and brokerage incurred  218,058.00
General expenses and taxes incurred  347,487.00
Total expenditure  $ 1,097,652.00
Underwriting profit      $ 13 3,883.00
Other income and expenditure ( 62,325.00
1 88,714.00
Net profit      $ 107,494.00
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Decreases Increases
Net profit       $107,494.00
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets       $6,653.00 	
Dividends declared—
Preference shares        8,000.00 	
Common shares        16,000.00 	
Net increase   $76,841.00
Capital  stock  subscribed  and paid  up  and  surplus   at
beginning of year  312,982.00
Capital stock and surplus at end of year  (surplus for -• —
protection of policyholders)    $389,823.00
Deduct paid-in capital stock at end of year  300,000.00
Surplus per balance-sheet  $89,823.00
Returns for British Columbia
(Seepages 69 and 72.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 56                                                    BRITISH COLUMBIA
PACIFIC COAST FISHERMEN'S MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, March, 1945.   Commenced business, June 11,
1945.
Officers
Alex Rintoul, President.
Walter Emerson, Vice-President.
Harold A. Christenson, Secretary and General Manager.
Arne Sorbo, Treasurer and Assistant Manager.
Directors
R. H. Bentsen.                      S. Sorensen.                               F. York.
E. Bredalsen.                       J. Chambers.                            W. K. Mead-Miller.
W. Emerson.                       R. Emerson.                             E. Reite.
R. Kreutziger.                     B. Warnock.                             E. Wick.
G. Martinolich.                   C. Gissing.                               N. Ostram.
O. Moan.                            H. J. Meredith-Jones.               R. G. Dunn.
A. Rintoul.                          C. Plensky.                               I. Rensvold.
Auditor
Harold B. Everett, C.G.A.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Guarantee Stock
Authorized—
Amount
$25,000.00
2,500
$10.00 each
$20,380.00
Nil
Nil
Number nf shares
Par value                           - -       -    -         .	
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid at end of year (2,038 shares) - .
Contributions to surplus      —_ 	
Unpaid calls   _                                           -	
Assets
Bonds -   . -    -       .     -       .        . - .
$1,091,728.00
24,364.00
30,000.00
Stocks -                                       .     	
Secured loans                            .
Summary of investments (sub-total) . ...     ..   ... .. ..   _..	
$1,146,092.00
23,992.00
22,010.00
76,081.00
23,263.00
40,597.00
Cash _-   	
Investment income due or accrued  	
Instalment premiums receivable  ..
Amounts owing by reinsurers       	
Other assets                                       	
Ornss assets
$1,332,035.00
173,198.00
Deduct assets not admitted
Total assets admitted         _.
$1,158,837.00
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1967 B 57
Liabilities
Unearned premium extended at 80 per cent  $364,511.00
Provision for unpaid claims  108,200.00
Bank overdraft and loans  45.00
Agents' and brokers' credit balances  15,335.00
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts  5,378.00
Expenses due and accrued—Trade  1,902.00
Total liabilities      $495,371.00
Reserves—
Provision for lay-up credits  $140,000.00
Refunds retained      94,390.00
Contingency reserve      105,535.00
Capital and surplus—
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid     $20,380.00
Surplus     303,161.00
339,925.00
$835,296.00
323,541.00
$1,158,837.00
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year      $312,310.00
Net premiums written       770,752.00
Sub-total   $ 1,083,062.00
Less unearned premium included in liabilities at end of year       364,511.00
Net premiums earned      $718,551.00
Net claims incurred      $304,072.00
Net adjustment expenses   11,502.00
General expenses and taxes incurred         63,061.00
Total expenditure     $378,635.00
Underwriting profit      $339,916.00
Other income and expenditure         56,099.00
Net profit      $396,015.00
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Decreases Increases
Net profit     $396,015.00
Changes in unadmitted assets (increase)   $44,405.00	
Patronage refunds paid  290,067.00 	
Net increase   $61,543.00
Guarantee stock and surplus at beginning of year  262,988.00
Guarantee stock redeemed or forfeited during year  990.00
$323,541.00
Deduct guarantee stock at end of year  20,380.00
Surplus per balance-sheet  $303,161.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 97.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 58 BRITISH COLUMBIA
ROBERTS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Clearbrook, B.C.
Date of incorporation, 1948.   Date commenced business, 1948.
H. K. Peters, President.
W. J. Wiebe, Vice-President.
Officers
C. H. Hiebert, Secretary.
J. H. Derkson, Manager.
H. K. Peters.
W. J. Wiebe.
C. A. Thiessen.
J. P. Martens.
Directors
J. J. Esau.
H. Neufeld.
C. H. Hiebert.
J. G. Sawatzky.
H. H. Pauls.
A. Schmidt.
F. R. Klassen.
Auditor
J. E. Janzen, Chartered Accountant.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Assets
Bonds 	
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued
Premiums receivable	
Amounts due from agents __
Other assets 	
Gross assets
Deduct assets not admitted .
Total assets admitted
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent
Agents' and brokers' credit balances	
Expenses due and accrued—Trade	
Total liabilities
Surplus
$19,027.00
1,020.00
92.00
1,411.00
779.00
1,671.00
$24,000.00
2,725.00
$21,275.00
$5,637.00
8.00
375.00
$6,020.00
15,255.00
$21,275.00
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967 B 59
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year  $7,124.00
Net premiums written  3,249.00
Sub-total   $10,373.00
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year       5,637.00
Net premiums earned     $4,736.00
Net claims incurred  $3,587.00
Net adjustment expenses  59.00
Agents' commissions and brokerage incurred  416.00
General expenses and taxes incurred  2,438.00
Total expenditure     $6,500.00
Underwriting loss    $1,764.00
Other income and expenditure       1,415.00
Net loss        $349.00
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Decreases                                   Increases
Net loss        $349.00 	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets        $2,802.00
Net increase   $2,453.00
Capital stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning of year  13,087.00
Capital stock redeemed during year  285.00
Surplus at end of year (surplus for protection of policyholders)     $15,255.00
Surplus per balance-sheet  $15,255.00
Returns for British Columbia
(Seepage 69.)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 60 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SEABOARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, 1953.
Officers
Harry J. Seed, President.
Joseph M. Burnett, Secretary. C. E. Boulter, Treasurer.
Directors
Joseph M. Burnett. Graham R. Dawson. Harry J. Seed.
Ronald L. Cliff. Malcolm S. Fergusson. John J. West.
R. T. Cunningham. Ernest Hudson. Charles H. Wills.
Arthur Phillips.
Auditors
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company, Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1967
Capital Stock
Authorized—
Amount   $3,000,000,00
Number of shares  600,000
Par value        $5.00 each
Number Amount Amount Paid
Capital Stock issued and outstanding— of Shares Subscribed in Cash
At beginning of year  205,474     $1,027,370.00     $1,027,370.00
During the year      8,606 43,030.00 41,300.00
Totals   214,080      $1,070,400.00      $1,068,670.00
Premium on Capital Stock
Total amount paid at beginning of year  $1,862.00
Amount received during year   16,520.00
Total amount paid at end of year       $18,382.00
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967 B 61
Assets
Bonds owned by the company  $1,637,792.00
Stocks owned by the company  136,655.00
Mortgage loans on real estate   457,416.00
Policy loans  6,948.00
Cash   42,897.00
Investment income, due and accrued  22,676.00
Outstanding life insurance premiums and annuity considerations  52,613.00
Accident and sickness premiums due and unpaid, effective after September 30th
of current year (net commissions deducted)   5,200.00
Amounts due from other companies on reinsurance contracts for claims paid  2,223.00
Cash surrender value of life insurance policy on president  7,590.00
Due from Receiver-General of Canada (overpaid Canada Pension Plan)   1,933.00
Due from reinsurers under experience formula  2,141.00
Total assets  $2,376,084.00
Liabilities, Capital, and Surplus
Actuarial reserve for life insurance and annuity contracts in force      $983,811.00
Aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance  97,700.00
Outstanding claims under insurance and annuity contracts, including provision
for unreported claims        115,831.00
Amounts on deposit with the company, pertaining to insurance and annuity contracts and including interest accumulations         439,535.00
Insurance premiums and annuity considerations received in advance  899.00
Provision for group experience refund  3,653.00
Taxes, licences, and fees, due and accrued  27,966.00
General and investment expenses, due and accrued  15,844.00
Amounts received but not yet allocated         26,574.00
Miscellaneous liabilities—
Agents' credit balances       $19,736.00
Due to reinsurers          12,242.00
Provincial sales tax  138.00
Miscellaneous items   458.00
  32,574.00
Total liabilities   $1,744,387.00
Capital stock paid     1,068,670.00
Surplus in shareholders' fund   1,862.00
Surplus in insurance and annuity funds        438,835.00
Grand total  $2,376,084.00
Summary of Operations
Premiums and annuity considerations—
Life assurance and annuities  $1,298,052.00
Accident and sickness insurance       488,220.00
 — $1,786,272.00
Net investment income        117,098.00
Policy change fees  25.00
Reinsurance experience refunds  3,906.00
Total income   $1,907,301.00
 B 62 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Claims incurred under insurance and annuity contracts other than under settlement annuities—
Life insurance annuities       $272,662.00
Accident and sickness insurance        363,125.00
  $635,787.00
Normal increase in actuarial reserve  284,727.00
Increase in aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance  104,100.00
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with the company  16,378.00
Interest on claims  545.00
Taxes, licences, and fees, excluding investment taxes  41,217.00
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations  313,207.00
General expenses  483,307.00
Dividends to policyholders  19,728.00
Group experience refund  202,512.00
Total   $1,893,308.00
Balance carried to Surplus Account       $13,993.00
Surplus Account
Surplus, December 31, 1966—
In shareholders' fund     $1,862.00
In insurance and annuity funds   452,743.00
$450,881.00
Increases
Balance carried from summary of operations       $13,993.00
Premium paid on capital stock  16,520.00
Total increase       $30,513.00
Decreases
Net capital loss on investments   $85.00
Expenses re share issue  16,520.00
Total decrease before dividends to shareholders       $16,605.00
Net increase before dividends to shareholders       $13,908.00
Surplus, December 31, 1967—
In shareholders' fund     $1,862.00
In insurance and annuity funds  438,835.00
$436,973.00
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 63 and 95)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 TABLE 1.—ABSTRACT OF LIFE INSURANCE RETURNS FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
B 63
Insurer
Premium Income
Assurance
Annuities
Sinking
Fund
Payments
Disbursements
Assurance
On Death
or
Maturity
On Surrender, for
Disability,
Dividends,
Etc.
Annuities
To
Annuitants
On Death,
Surrender,
Etc.
Exhibit of Policies
In Force,
Jan. 1,
1967
New
Issued
In Force,
Dec. 31,
1967
Abbey Life Insurance Co. of Canada (formerly Income Life Insurance Co. of
Canada
Acadia Life Insurance Co.	
Aetna Life Insurance Co	
Alliance Mutual Life Insurance Co—
Allstate Life Insurance Co.	
' Ordinary.
Group	
American Health & Life Insurance Co-
Beacon Insurance Co. Ltd.	
British Columbia Life & Casualty Co-
British Pacific Life Insurance Co.	
California-Western States Life Insurance Co..
Canada Life Assurance Co	
Canadian Premier Life Insurance Co..
Canadian Reassurance Co	
Commercial Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd	
Confederation Life Association	
Continental Assurance Co.	
Co-operative Life Insurance Co-
Credit Life Insurance Co-
Crown Life Insurance Co..
Cuna Mutual Insurance Society	
Desjardins Mutual Life Assurance Co..
Dominion Life Assurance Co	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.
T. Eaton Life Assurance Co	
Empire Life Insurance Co	
Equitable Life Assurance Society of United
States
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co	
Family Life Assurance Co	
Federal Life & Casualty Co	
Federated Life Insurance Co-
Fidelity Life Assurance Co.
Global Life Insurance Co	
Globe Life Insurance Co	
Great West Life Assurance Co	
Holland Life Insurance Society Ltd.	
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
Industrial Life Insurance Co.	
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co-
Life Insurance Co. of Alberta	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd.
London Life Insurance Co.
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co.	
Maccabees 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-
Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co	
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada.
1 New_York~Eife InsurancerCo __=;=^s
North American Life & Casualty Co..
North American Life Assurance Co-
North West Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
Northern Life Assurance Co	
Norwich Union Life Insurance Society-
Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California-
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 Alliance and London Assurance Co. Ltd.
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
Travelers Insurance Co 	
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co-
United Benefit Life Insurance Co.
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd..
Wawanesa Mutual Life Insurance Co..
Western Life Assurance Co	
Westmount Life Insurance Co-
Zurich Life Insurance Co. of Canada-
Ordinary—
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Group	
._Ordinary_
...Ordinary—
f Ordinary—
I Group	
...Ordinary-
Ordinary—
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
j Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary-
Group	
Group 	
Ordinary-
Group	
Ordinary ...
Group	
Ordinary-
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$1,515
15,443
47,058
92,459
461,005
78,729
1,961
3,715
47,978
10,812
1,133,786
115,386
48,461
595
3,334,667
1,334,321
262,422
24,426
194,742
4,055
120,548
782
236,241
26,675
2,265,324
814,453
66,049
22,974
307,668
1,308,434
—3,997
2,955,871
2,144,557
99,057
1,348,759
1,515,261
53,635
168,522
15,549
169,904
158,602
489,979
52,797
6,075
81,965
391,386
107,361
1,279,742
273,760
26,059
22,399
36,576
1,869
701,000
92,254
8,400
4,856
6,847
41,197
4,684,895
1,380,170
165,391
1,282
2,022,513
384,341
13,836
1,168
27,055
2,916
92,362
38,033
70,354
245,544
23,784
7,951,276
49,562
794,059
24,274
58,766
3,309,145
239,589
75,285
82
6,211,314
719,323
1,006,553
15,861
811
3,105
1,375,620
11,095
295,427
5,889
24,919
8,882,988
731,966
639,040
2,953
6,951
7,534
724,099
531,020
971,921
78,488
258,300
77,782
3,216,092
360,995
277,736
8,066
134,235
918
298,047
6,278
1,877,851
127,154
40,127
91,495
7,532
Nil
145,995
1,606,818
48,212
3,281,860
321,167
648,488
206,465
3,616
293,871
282,721
256,273
142,681
913,795
389,110
64,299
3,218
145,039
1,386
6,956,469
3,435,532
392,693
591,253
1,274
1,091
63,633
643
24,919
68,696
1,514
56,704
162,830
422,222
47,900
$180
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3,202
1,047,512
826,744
505
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T5.677
3,014
120,246
363,564
100
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17,205
179,191
205,130
885,318
24,075
11,089
166,731
65,190
27,451
47,368
Hi 7,649
46,491
~59,835
21,968
3,429
41,934
100,210
518
214,758
56,182
48,044
678,331
1,268,020
4,097
4,742
609,084
259,133
554
3,614
5,263
9,959
170,516
571,658
912,888
1,231,035
138,231
147,914
140,734
356,833
65,426
121,898
733,818
683,211
328
24,797
78,772
229
2,611
1,990
599,943
829,870
143,654
3,212
3,358
251
5,972
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40,297
657,653
60,463
87,546
682
23,839
11,480
86,072
s3'262,568
2,189
1,833
227,686
342,340
10,591
53,399
15,847
357
8,372
409,018
253,896
1,528
$14,000
5,034
20,207
262,386
7,699
34,840
5,320
32,860
19,980
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$116
888,439
1,180,449
1,500
3,405
58,992
31,485
—2,000
1,158
20,775
1,050,414
463,463
7,000
22,809
24,102
829,670
1,061
842,068
1,471,576
28,115
875,019
6,156
458,803
24,640
4,000
57,358
13,750
128,926
33,710
4,037
98,451
137,312
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380,084
215,499
26,255
12,980.
102,868
66,746
113
4,397
6,128
1,454,087
1,040,190
20,000
639,324
268,710
8,913
5,000
30,923
4,000
32,412
40,952
38,500
1,769,158
22,415
564,490
58,862
1,016,379
108,396
31,075
1,270,817
862,179
488,452
4,000
342,540
4,000
93,228
659
103,294
2,277,354
417,457
154,847
168,514
400,979
312,26JL
66,959
—5,446
72,337
1,353,429
291,960
61,423
22,010
36,372
4,500
426,189
38,364
52,729
16,201
207,088
14,162
1,042,998
147,171
377,878
132,082
82,638
9,249
162,212
96,630
196,570
177,718
2,306,576
2,372,478
160,063
462,997
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10,031
103,294
15,735
12,000
144,080
35,500
3,502
56,346
24,466
9,558
84
8,520
8,313
81
1,803,462
131,685
46,145
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79,552
80,954
1,326,600
78
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75,599
299,799
5,327
1,152,072
24,591
29,227
276,917
12
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993,272
1,805
95,917
60,358
139,468
12,983
14,105
167,539
549,052
275
3,359
60
165,700
224
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2,727,183
37,190
24,129
1,124,094
411
2,838
1,444
25,679
23,329
24,653
3,752,002
57,257
146,879
5,014
56,692
1,663,914
1,767
5,035
2,782,993
893,298
366,078
11,542
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791,974
194,479
39
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4,678,931
79,438
235,543
260
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3,682
591,547
3,416
95,416
1,883,683
4,102
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1,617,786
324,000
172,051
108,635
17,934
154,757
159,816
353,400
14,834
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254,451
135,208
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111,261
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181,721
208,737
584
122,552
17,411
5,503
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1,019
26,461
22,305
2,779
18,946
20,493
6,029
257,086
558,005
96,351
55.385
2,085
2,023
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19,276
288
478,150
4,182
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226,932
58,149
15,179
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253,051
6,050
2,488
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12,958
54,103
5,810
42,814
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187,245
1,032,308
1,200
176,028
377,262
1,126
4,229
33,378
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271,864
730,585
1,170
115
81,942
179,294
8,231
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103,975
307,402
6,127
2,774
147,964
31,105
33,134
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~~6,316
24,137
1,506
19,207
4,030
35,873
30,869
1,766
386,122
1,909,900
436
270,269
307,370
35
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134,558
224,477
593,522
10,732
144,682
65,353
53,115
25,500
56,260
335,110
94,140
12,148
32,944
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220,109
557,716
1,597
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13,040
70,191
3,925
94,951
1,223
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35,334
160,075
1,300,976
143,428
412,369
276
5,566
1,388
3,830
14,927
4,844
$1,790,623
189,000
3,505,469
3,973,706
68,486,000
6,434,261
295,515
4,123,000
4,431,000
976,155
3,087,558
53,870,912
5,909,217
8,306,341
15,480
173,070,216
194,922,895
26,601,003
449,947
28,663,800
227,400
8,002,308
1,048,796
8,935,213
6,056,500
122,869,228
175,407,425
2,805,593
8,159,824
18,791,845
128,316,100
1,341,110
161,198,028
311,175,355
6,570,548
178,700,043
3,000
3,493,650
74,981,385
6,916,228
10,564,935
3,029,596
8,260,818
17,272,650
22,069,171
1,260,147
308,965
10,760,700
22,116,439
23,501,961
61,863,679
25,520,291
570,584
3,692,379
2,424,064
49,344,404
12,887,680
7,091,885
277,189
1,081,500
231,888,210
303,502,946
10,387,554
218,150
98,675,338
52.818.792
1,992,116
36,000
3,599,345
207,710
8,737,911
1,724,632
19,858,595
19,033,628
3.895,050
469,519,144
1,291,672
104,741,130
845,063
2,746,250
2,000
180,847,804
41,201,732
10,152,114
49,103
273,382,297
16,389,023
127,382,947
811,244
10,367
265,410
76,465,674
1,949,409
15,831,784
462,526
1,972,270
485,090,361
101,718,955
27,666,375
489,900
340,463
48,500
39,776,361
118,372,418
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. 16,047,411
23,078,400
11,940,049
182,245,817
68,293,783
19,130,897
1,377,500
8,630,780
144,000
12,563,688
1,375,357
286,055,358
15,865,779
2,784,595
27,009,442
384,201
657,579
64,905,868
9,389,492
146,989,228
7,124,034
85,814,907
16,157,643
287,000
34,401,600
2,333,409
14,215,498
35,596,179
62,098,032
55,622,116
2,949,957
466,657
12,719,761
161,570
357,170,939
447,016,089
22,728,700
87,173,306
23,247
196,000
3,308,352
296,000
1,972,270
5,631,934
248,941
5,792,394
16,753,867
19,920,781
9,136,826
$191,677
3,000
1,970,018
79,000
683,000
1,765,057
2,921
1,347,000
48,919,692
4,700,966
508,188
20,657,033
43,017,695
5,594,468
5,880,000
10,472,300
936,400
97,781
6,802,931
522,000
18,018,927
5,611,269
543,595
806,000
5,943,625
20,057,516
28,218,590
20,885,247
2,286,246
1,348,630
7,965,639
2,558,000
1,698,730
707,792
2,187,000
9,994,260
389,500
35,000
177,791
2,014,072
33,000
10,106,203
24,453,366
5,323
1,394,765
13,877,009
13,667,872
930,034
9,000
1,214,506
40,262,046
26,316,632
3,455,536
10,800
15,532,588
7,765,250
10,000
19,000
2,145,099
757,473
7,009,144
672,500
55,882,887
8,050,766
589,800
94,000
20,771,975
10,871,963
1,137,470
38,882,248
4,658,375
17,500
12,432,589
128,417
2,098,564
177,500
1,113,001
74,518,332
12,874,616
6,062,818
12,453
683,183
2,290,000
8,682,587
177,028
2,113,073
3,966,666
86,000
23,258,768
13,386,448
5,799,047
57,000
502,658
233,000
1,840,307
99,772,436
390,000
887,938
617,892
16,227,045
1,517,500
15,890,336
276,099
6,690,000
3,448,465
471,800
12,192,560
737,456
1,782,118
15,232,908
3,689,250
3,080,218
4,477,794
53,018,978
18,110,731
5,948,500
5,458,377
57,979
1,113,001
1,492,945
7,961,554
15,000
9,705,000
5,856,039
1,813,500
$1,588,530
171,000
4,752£94'
3,759,843
69,752,000
7,193,293
284,000
4,919,000
6,540,000
1,754,092
"88^241,180
8,348,740
8,913,582
15,615
179,710,053
229,287,986
29,532,858
9,509,650
31,636,500
1,209,000
6,674,335
965,414
12,883,574
6,114,500
130,994,803
209,235,954
3,161,197
5,814,045
22,462,509
188,532,933
483,012
175,263,365
335,900,175
8,395,523
174,975,775
3,000
3,664,861
76,569,870
10,027,797
10,579,426
4,012,982
8,772,564
18,358,850
28,733,729
1,139,829
340,053
12,291,726
22,634,169
28,732,396
66,723,644
54,496,550
513,890
3,869,059
3,003,281
200,564
54,113,131
27,578,252
8,125,151
1,015.392
274,189
2,391,506
246,928,553
328,521,896
12,237,181
284,160
105,938,782
62,860,708
1,859,186
53,000
4,596,415
220,395
11,358,838
2,475,065
20,912,210
22.595,811
4,192,150
503,226,357
1,244,087
113,687,027
1,316,105
94,000
2,516,526
187,766,644
54,524,872
10,724,963
49,896
285,534,066
14,990,011
132,711,656
782,281
9,994
182.008
82,319,219
lt£229,651
16,377,088
647,887
2,724,158
525,107,645
124,079,523
29,814,585
429,000
896,983
2,359,500
45,008,420
124,037,448
- 44,175,889
9,624,872
24,607,481
10,561,039
191,575,075
83,991,136
21,136,800
1,044,500
8,553,534
349,000
13,251,949
1,744,099
345,549,482
16,364,090
3,255,695
28,384,831
300,113
Nil
1,078,020
74,461.225
10,418,840
151,944,320
7,136,141
100,054,408
17,707,967
513,800
38,202,200
2,537,997
14,170,026
30,417,611
71,616,558
65,322,484
5,206,833
576,009
15,140,014
171,000
386,287,350
491,948,916
24,504,500
94,952,770
25,334
188,000
3,045,953
10,000
2,724,158
6,534,395
292,952
6,390,656
15,000
22,286,655
23,343,291
9,780,862
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Totals for 1966.
$96,300,480 | $19,860,745
$34,749,434 |$39,163,273 [ $6,204,030 |$10,022,216
$7,202,859,398 |$1,065,802,606 | $7,990,043,971
$90,250,368 |$19,670,573
$30,166,549 |$34,790,866 I $4,987,920 j$ll,530,611
,377,566,131 | $940,418,477 | $7,185,427,146
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B 67
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
i
(i)
$239,822
74,576
64,548
626,783
705
7,633
112,764
101
378,377
69,331
Nil
11,076
— 168,529
57,094
142,055
34,712
201,650
47,593
85,569
65,587
77,172
452,295
14,767
25,775
309,550
962
153,309
27,238
6,980
239,839
58,382
1,107,044
94,106
10,364
13,153
52,346
77,646
27,900
477,798
413,138
18,793
65,232
37,514
119,612
276,877
3,536
-876
11,393
530,717
227,306
167,507
789,638
111,602
189,441
259,445
60,463
273,936
5,532
5,507
96,931
689,239
1
(2)
$217,229
20,731
37,861
473,481
502
3,794
119,798
269
186,913
20,106
Nil
12,354
1
(3)
$243,121
4,022
23,039
241,922
40
5,398
59,961
—291
69,217
14,262
Nil
4,471
Per Cent
111.90
19.40
60.80
51.10
8.00
142.30
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd.                               - .....        	
50.10
37.00
70.90
36.20
29,985
129,623
30,539
189,577
58,053
89,881
25,062
47,783
58,593
12,465
18,129
137,202
19,819
37,675
40,233
35,293
195.40
9.60
59.40
72.30
34.10
41.90
160.50
73.80
350,743
20,390
35,115
198,552
5,323
237
148,332
25,172
7,026
213,231
56,611
840,077
102,549
10,526
4,873
52,681
99,824
21,430
190,841
16,739
21,862
110,677
4,120
12
89,806
6,913
2,841
175,977
28,699
437,962
64,197
7,319
8,897
21,309
33,430
11,541
269
160,907
117,824
9,995
10,422
102,664
76,603
82,791
197
116
4,160
289,222
285,853
68,186
395,297
46,166
99,707
153,515
28,111
193,913
5,034
—433
46,876
287,638
54.40
82.10
62.30
55.70
77.40
5.06
60.50
Canada Security Assurance Co     	
27.50
Canadian Commerce Insurance Co.	
40.40
Canadian General Insurance Co 	
82.50
Canadian Home Assurance Co.—        	
50.70
Canadian Indemnity Co..   	
52.00
62.60
69.50
182.60
40.40
33.50
53.90
.....
Century Insurance Co. Ltd.__ 	
319,142
269,036
15,239
96,275
30,353
113,328
201,789
1,576
2.661
7,784
1,787,107
207,322
167,018
419,473
85,721
138,239
180,075
44,045
266,664
6,420
6,742
80,465
586,962
50.40
43.80
65.60
10.80
338.20
67.60
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd.      	
41.10
12.50
4.40
53.40
16.20
137.90
40.80
94.20
53.90
72.10
Economical Mutual Insurance Co	
85.30
Elite Insurance Co ,             	
63.80
72.70
Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin
78.40
58.30
49.00
$9,630,556
$8,919,669
$4,721,846
 B 68 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward-
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co-
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York  	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co   	
Fireman's Mutual Insurance Co 	
Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark 	
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada-
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd	
General Insurance Co. of America	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada-
Glens Falls Insurance Co _ 	
Global General Insurance Co	
Global Reinsurance Co.— 	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada-
Gore 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 America.- 	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd....
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd..
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co 	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co..
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd...
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd.-
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. of Canada.
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London and Midland General Insurance Co	
London and Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd	
London Assurance	
London-Canada Insurance Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co 	
Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance Co..
Maryland Casualty Co-
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd..
Merit Insurance Co 	
Missiquoi & Rouville Insurance Co..
Munich Reinsurance Co  _
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada	
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia-
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd..
New Hampshire Insurance Co 	
New India Assurance Co. Ltd	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co..
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyds,  London,
Eng    	
Nordisk Reinsurance Co. Ltd   	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co.— 	
Carried forward..
(1)
;9,630,556 I
I
314,081
161,098
Nil
Nil
430,947
223,001
73,796
Nil
113,320
232,452
25,291
731,457
65,477
23,318
76,601
235,488
54,299
219,686
6,458
3,673
358,112
316,791
25,433
—326
339,462
590,735
56,382
43,852
246,728
20,563
Nil
342,006
36,307
440,126
105,621
91,817
25,059
Nil
409,740
24,022
18,597
14,208
175,099
214,796
56,202
62,300
145,407
4,497
23,119
156,616
—225
198,176
133,696
139,290
23,119
29,216
33,832
204,245
173,011
70,525
127,795
67,456
5,306
379,083
2,289,261
34,869
133,580
226,675
1,307,132
$22,540,312
(2)
$8,919,669
308,529
141,175
Nil
Nil
219,711
201,185
44,189
Nil
55,033
215,114
23,793
565,904
54,580
13,341
60,832
217,432
60,368
174,097
6,545
4,007
399,456
120,846
17,977
2,678
328,464
484,028
45,555
33,719
190,946
19,750
Nil
323,718
32,789
164,077
86,564
95,085
20,632
Nil
136,193
24,183
25,041
10,773
122,572
194,622
32,584
66,827
144,142
3,324
22,574
137,106
1,339
187,928
56,322
81,363
22,573
19,669
34,491
170,948
186,799
52,323
120,374
65,344
5,684
483,841
1,940,886
32,601
131,414
188,556
1,102,349
$19,456,533
(3)   |
$4,721,846 |
I
147,497 |
77,555
Nil
Nil
202,464
116,887
51,788
Nil
45,990
83,910
7,779
140,809
49,546
4,427
56,182
214,887
41,994
88,843
779
144,579
210,510
6,840
64
145,314
241,888
29,981
23,319
106,370
9,591
Nil
172,336
18,753
133,815
55,991
52,598
13,324
Nil
206,405
7,408
18,664
5,021
58,193
93,629
26,950
46,660
106,840
628
16,264
83,279
— 132
1,313
134,228
38,572
16,264
13,249
16,988
122,709
132,088
20,943
71,897
50,694
1,001
206,588
-114,051
19,216
81,601
134,994
357,853
Per Cent
$9,394,412
47.80
54.94
92.20
58.10
117.20
83.60
39.00
32.70
24.90
90.80
33.20
92.35
98.80
69.60
51.00
19.40
36.20
174.20
38.00
2.40
44.20
50.00
65.80
69.20
55.70
48.60
53.20
57.20
81.50
64.70
55.30
64.60
151.60
30.60
74.50
46.60
47.40
48.10
82.70
69.80
74.10
18.90
72.00
60.70
.70
238.30
47.40
72.10
67.40
49.20
71.80
70.70
40.00
59.70
77.60
17.60
42.70
58.90
62.10
71.60
32.50
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967 B 69
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$22,540,312
122,606
149,370
Nil
14,373
Nil
350
91,106
140,094
360,604
20,628
12,529
—74,948
87,243
413,378
17,805
191,503
24,647
54,472
10,954
238,330
—348
3,249
367,782
151,633
382,126
255,987
142,791
979
98,680
36,452
5,737
55,960
18,795
18,767
155,039
139,703
12,103
90,697
156,616
61,445
-1,186
147,120
82,028
539,353
577,917
33,756
22,304
55,776
—27,949
3,304
45,419
15,195
87,343
— 1,259
941,187
135,703
475
555,033
109,165
25,059
12,983
34,678
59,835
537,239
(2)
$19,456,533
123,365
164,250
Nil
17,579
Nil
— 1,158
44,383
90,069
346,425
11,315
6,070
68,958
87,463
345,686
6,193
177,246
23,901
57,034
5,365
202,709
(3)
$9,394,412
32,453
84,452
Nil
9,953
Nil
245
15,679
61,360
349,742
5,526
6,662
56,741
35,513
194,686
13,998
64,555
11,620
36,799
1,823
102,371
11
3,587
198,726
82,635
236,365
101,253
157,506
—2,490
35,881
2,653
7,705
17,023
9,995
34,782
72,327
27,865
1,860
51,288
83,279
38,132
469
83,424
88,511
180,271
234,802
17,358
13,759
22,416
12,333
6,507
21,407
—993
57,635
622,713
65,628
Per Cent
26.30
51.40
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd. — .	
56.60
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd  - -	
35.30
68.10
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd.	
101.00
48.80
109.80
82.30
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd  .   _
40.60
56.30
226.00
36.40
48.60
64.50
34.00
50.50
Reliance Marine Insurance Co. Ltd  	
4,736
384,230
138,964
324,633
228,856
135,025
21,347
92,833
40,190
3,734
53,541
14,046
13,411
156,029
63,676
7,648
82,067
143,701
54,499
—42
102,158
66,680
739,511
522,242
28,534
20,783
53,290
24,656
5,521
44,934
14,213
101,581
—45
815,810
112,651
145
455,882
100,258
17,513
16,897
33,859
33,571
469,627
76.00
51.70
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada 	
59.50
72.80
44.20
110.00
38.60
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation  	
6.60
Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd   	
206.30
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co   	
31.80
Sea Insurance Co. Ltd .	
Security Mutual Casualty Co._ _	
71.20
259 40
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co.—	
46.30
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co..	
43 80
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. . 	
24 30
62 50
58 00
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd..	
69 90
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. _ "
81 60
Traders General Insurance Co  .	
132 70
24 40
45 00
Union Reinsurance Co 	
60 80
66 20
United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co..	
42.10
United States Fire Insurance Co.	
50.00
117.90
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd  	
Victoria Insurance Co. of Canada 	
47.60
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd.—  	
56.70
Washington General Insurance Co 	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co.	
76.30
58 30
Westchester Fire Insurance Co.	
Western Assurance Co. 	
248,608
63,931
13,324
11,238
24,396
104,988
185,876
54.50
Western Union Insurance Co	
64.00
Westminster Fire Office-	
76.10
World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd	
66.50
World Marine & General Insurance Co.	
72 10
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd 	
312.70
Zurich Insurance Co 	
39 60
Totals for 1967 	
$30,560,027 |
$26,976,781  |
$13,717,574 |
50 85
Totals for 1966	
$24,676,852 |
1
$22,970,197
!
$19,369,497
1
84 32
 B 70
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE V.—FIRE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Premiums
Earned
1963
$19,425,000
21,555,648
23,097,000
24,677,000
30,560,000
$20,542,000
20,574,916
21,209,000
22,970,000
26,977,000
$12,799,000
12,050,019
9,519,000
19,369,000
13,718,000
Per Cent
62.31
1964 	
1965
58.56
44.88
1966
84.32
1967    .                      	
50.85
TABLE VI.—RECIPROCAL EXCHANGES' PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
Name of Exchange
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter-Insurance
(1)
$55,719
995,976
4,895
90,667
(2)
$48,088
1,058,358
4,896
92,077
(3)
$268
458,658
Per Cent
0.56
43.34
14,641
15.90
Totals for 1967
$1,147,257
$1,203,419
$473,567
39.35
Totals for 1966
$1,126,370
$1,145,781
$726,426
63.40
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967
B 71
TABLE VII AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(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. of Canada-
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co	
Aetna Insurance Co .	
Albion Insurance Co. of Canada-
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd	
Allstate Insurance Co 	
Allstate Insurance Co. of Canada-
American Home Assurance Co	
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 	
Bankers and Traders Insurance Co. Ltd..
Beaver Insurance Co	
Bee Fire, Hail, Accident & General Insurance Co-
British America Assurance Co	
British Canadian Insurance Co 	
British Empire Assurance Co 	
British Northwestern 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-
Casualty Co. of Canada	
Centennial Insurance Co	
Century Insurance Co. Ltd	
Century Insurance Co. of Canada-
CIM Insurance Corporation	
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada-
Commerce and Industry Insurance Co	
Commerce and Industry Insurance Co. of Canada-
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-
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	
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Federal Insurance Co	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co-
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York ..
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada	
(1)
$408,117
364,779
—2.128
648,006
54,100
193,238
5,926
4,818,503
178,168
Nil
339
24,444
24,903
— 110,497
252,791
465.899
76,340
19,194
846.881
39,631
61,684
174,601
4.112
317.694
97,474
18,308
664,467
221,556
2.201,954
220.399
25,627
20.708
137.309
495,147
181,217
12
454,412
454,413
6,054
32,398
Nil
8,539
283,740
182,738
—23,328
1,487,393
2,648,253
439,389
1,274,909
724,867
667,054
160,067
74,009
664,166
4,154,071
16,740
—4
275,383
268,160
1,002,556
339,527
Nil
44,519
311,267
(2)
$399,689
453,056
20,926
587,101
54,153
199,712
6,549
4,509,893
178,168
Nil
492
24,680
22,851
227.441
494,962
77,448
14,612
748,717
58,369
79,683
170,131
3,781
317.643
103,781
18.160
626,036
219,111
2,078,007
238.993
27,926
14,181
136,202
485,047
182,672
12
373,416
373,417
3,162
33,520
Nil
8,539
298,969
182,543
— 10,933
1,735,134
2,511,016
435,844
1,199,020
730,688
682,306
117,492
68,046
661,661
3,791,735
12,101
13
265,257
216,161
950,237
341,831
Nil
43,598
163,604
Carried forward..
$29,102,195 [ $27,968,562
I
(3)
$201,507
255,847
24,517
236,178
33,395
123,975
728
2,597,188
167,884
Nil
1,858
14,761
13,249
82,348
319,178
46,076
7,583
456,034
38,003
50,670
28,724
2.298
196.907
62,260
11,110
386.775
134,832
1,323,174
124,172
14,098
12.282
83,785
296,322
134,282
199,720
199,720
2,253
20,661
Nil
26,010
147,109
103,607
2.281
860,458
1,740,410
285,110
736,996
537,118
477,621
31,067
34,242
469,272
2,812,111
8,248
2
194,582
108,130
812,799
220,147
Nil
10,540
102,674
I
$17,624,888
Per Cent
50.40
56.40
117.20
40.20
61.70
62.10
11.10
57.60
94.20
377.60
59.80
58.00
36.20
64.40
59.50
51.90
60.90
65.10
63.60
16.90
60.80
62.00
60.00
60.60
61.80
61.50
63.70
52.00
50.50
86.60
61.50
61.10
73.50
53.50
53.50
71.30
61.60
300.50
49.20
56.80
49.60
69.30
65.40
61.50
73.50
70.00
26.40
50.30
70.90
74.20
68.20
15.40
73.40
50.00
85.50
64.40
24.20
62.80
 B 72
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VII.
-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$29,102,195
40,177
Nil
553,924
695,155
517,271
239,545
535,458
147,814
90,773
342,730
512,859
206,312
1,499,129
7,011
790,352
97,489
9,319
(2)
$27,968,562
45,680
Nil
570,793
639,366
526,070
253,906
581,951
126,199
72,544
328,891
465,264
218.025
1,444,284
6,384
797,989
98,831
7,034
(3)
$17,624,888
— 18,780
Nil
367,577
391,073
320,050
138,134
120,368
63,756
—45,107
177,368
265,460
117,976
923,156
836
477,280
58,647
5,679
40
469,540
1,061,950
61,987
48,212
456,911
Nil
251,903
64,020
65.950
534,709
155,255
126,676
27,549
133,199
30,718
50,670
85,394
741,416
253,353
90,060
126,676
152,011
482,130
36,727
172,187
—9,556
71,985
73,697
36,727
414,536
22,279
738,910
21,258
21,312
339,234
121,081
620
614,613
323,765
161,748
330,545
2,158,591
153,317
154,715
Nil
9,270
5,862
198,370
3,420
1,192
27,504
200,747
Per Cent
64 40
61.20
60 80
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.	
54.40
20.70
50 50
53.90
57.10
54 10
63.90
13 10
59 80
59 30
80 70
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd   	
777,945
1,759,464
97,205
75,823
734,938
Nil
229,970
275,286
110,426
978,645
292,438
193,989
43,499
186,231
50,893
69,706
134,952
1,214,570
434,700
171,990
190,420
262,975
640.527
51,893
269,464
116,529
135,828
51,893
658,400
38,139
957,269
18,443
16,392
474,582
142,424
6,502
1,062,424
742,439
261,050
486,569
3,536,246
315,828
249,676
NU
12,843
18,552
515,023
5,699
5,812
94,174
323,159
789,223
1,695,508
100,485
78,310
726,516
Nil
389,830
240,956
111,535
985,515
309,767
204,542
44,848
212,107
51,630
88,936
125,035
1,125,276
435,340
199,341
220.413
261,012
635,805
51,704
278,265
— 8
103,150
124,703
51,703
612,576
44,067
1,031,006
21,997
21,862
503,296
141,844
7,022
1,111,766
727,567
260,038
465,867
3,473,082
335,680
248,769
Nil
16,787
21,367
473,462
5,673
2,946
74,153
296,425
59.50
62 60
61 70
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada 	
61.60
62 90
64 60
26 60
59 10
54 20
Hudson Bay Insurance Co   - „.
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada
50.10
61.90
61 40
62 80
59 50
57 00
68 30
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co   	
65 90
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd	
58.20
45 20
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. of Canada.
57.50
75 80
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd „.
71.00
69 80
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
71.00
67 70
71 70
96 60
97 50
National Employers Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd.	
67.40
85 40
8 80
55 30
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyds, London, Eng.
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
44.50
62.20
71 00
62 20
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd.    	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd	
45.70
62.20
55 20
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd.-     	
27.40
41 90
60 30
40 50
37 10
67 70
$54,881,357
$53,690,472
$32,863,346
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1967
B 73
TABLE VII.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
Name of Insurer
Brought forward-
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd—
Phoenix Insurance Co —
Provident Assurance Co —
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd.—
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd—
Quebec Assurance Co..
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co..
Reinsurance Corporation Ltd	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada-
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-
Royal Exchange Assurance-
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada-
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd-
Safeco Insurance Co. of America	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co—
St. Paul Mercury Insurance Co	
Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Co.—
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corp	
Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd..
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co—
Sea Insurance Co. Ltd	
Security Mutual Casualty Co-
Service Fire Insurance Co. of New York-
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co	
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co-
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co..
Storebrand Insurance Co. Ltd	
Sun Insurance Office Ltd	
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd..
Toronto General Insurance Co 	
Traders General Insurance Co	
Transport Indemnity Co 	
Transport Insurance Co	
Travelers Indemnity Co	
Travelers Insurance Co	
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd—
Union Reinsurance Co 	
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	
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 1967..
Totals for 1966..
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
$77,579,353 | $76,220,046 | $46,606,217
(1)
(2)
(3)
Per Cent
$54,881,357
$53,690,472 | $32,863,346 |
	
612,706
598,110
302,223
50.50
32
85
1,326
2,739
156,710
159,810
101.90
228,849
227,002
139,642
61.50
760,086
691,310
358,151
51.80
49,586
67,081
38,003
56.70
290,538
294,035
159.208
54.10
56,745
56,586
35,164
62.10
32,008
33,333
— 8,377
17
63
818
338,536
302,879
258.698
85.40
460,676
474,043
310,255
65.40
424,972
392,442
245,844
62.60
571,259
660,794
380,029
57.50
2,031,272
1,935,789
966,380
49.90
196,020
200,613
105,142
53.60
6
—216
—3,393
696,097
704,199
361,777
51.40
143,339
148,462
86,749
58.40
18,529
14,381
12,282
85.40
82,854
88,203
52,920
60.00
32,391
33,527
20.661
61.60
211,870
192,045
145,001
75.50
65,015
92,277
54,835
59.40
583,917
671,604
416,122
61.90
Nil
Nil
Nil
1,955,211
1,804,212
1,190,783
66.00
1,428
—3,665
—28
291,579
301,180
185,960
61.70
111,720
112,507
66,782
59.40
541,803
510,959
316,489
61.90
301,073
284,708
175,831
61.70
170,527
184,490
28,312
15.30
Nil
Nil
Nil
1,665,701
1,645,633
1,041,460
63.30
Nil
Nil
Nil
	
970,614
985,959
585,827
59.40
Nil
Nil
Nil
31,952
31,891
19,271
60.40
271,651
261,590
187,416
71.60
—20,163
37,412
14,553
38.90
21,012
22,742
10,209
44.90
14,286
11,502
6,563
57.10
163,674
142,870
78,959
55.30
32,607
67,944
20,044
29.50
2,972,095
2,979,622
1,400,407
47.00
385,536
371,360
272,416
73.40
1,062,921
974,374
595,378
61.10
760,106
739,712
605,075
82.00
43,777
45,009
27,549
61.20
16,432
17,281
5,039
29.20
25,947
25,851
18,364
71.00
73,035
66,342
57,312
86.40
2,943,413
2,872,732
2,233,630
77.80
61.15
$73,886,241  | $67,368,451  [$45,698,277 |        67.83
 B 74
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VIIL—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Premiums
Earned
1963                                	
1
$39,820,000          $38,541,000
46,625,000      |      43,768,000
60,953,000      [      53,985,000
73,886,000      |      67,368,000
77,579,000            76,220,000
$27,161,271
34,863,000
35,985,000
45,698,000
46,606,000
70.47
1964	
1965	
1966   	
79.65
66.66
67.83
1967 - -	
61.15
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1967             B 75
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Personal Property
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$107,962
9,212
143,806
$54,422
12,467
118,082
179
7,715
21,269
—401
8,283
$8,736
8,507
1,887
$1,793
—7,698
13,643
—10
1,611
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd. ,	
24,558
27,128
1,117
10,833
—3,261
16,743
3,066
41,700
11,914
18,989
309
91,190
6,147
8,697
88,106
248
14,935
584
40,332
17,442
907
5,162
7,381
250,871
50,944
5,909
5,668
6,804
25,738
20,346
4,877
592
24
Anglo-Scottish Insurance Co. Ltd.	
11,092
1,676
19,852
6,558
7,997
62
54,802
4,127
5,348
9,919
—708
3,949
50
14,802
8,325
1,091
—4,796
4,141
145,805
13.701
1,764
2,425
8,181
3,391
7,065
—413
49,203
21,004
1,285
16,543
10,182
133
132
100,484
94,293
26,181
9
149,653
28,265
—1,150
42,635
13,583
91,968
145
154
19,320
147,061
12,595
4,636
235
1,744
177
995
6
144
1,238
202
559
Baltica Insurance Co. Ltd.
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co	
1,599
—92
—45
17,027
2,931
83
109
-251
577
6,879
1,642
94
153
3,621
17
49
15,877
1,267
131
193
708
6,951
1,480
1,758
491
57
75
366
754
350
—413
8,297
—2,557
116,035
38,528
4,094
65,872
35,947
-671
289
172,435
198,329
21,773
6,316
1,565
1,538
9,631
595
3,395
14,020
5
2,267
65,824
5,921
3,349
10,895
78
1,170
301,170
81,386
19,032
28,132
14,591
177,691
1,144
2,405
34,550
162,140
30,506
25,997
1,401
296
215
12,589
653
465
1,277
14,464
12
2,934
217
204
-78
Employers* Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin	
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada	
	
 B 76                                                    BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Personal Property
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$24,653
58,790
34,598
14,824
59,853
39,679
236,252
24,641
10,785
34,881
83,316
10,130
224,883
—572
350,265
6,704
11
104,529
223,513
12,278
9,550
26,590
4,261
37,947
6,965
40,526
19,288
24,003
5,545
87
108,945
10,174
3,539
11,907
127,317
33,352
2,952
11,448
31.168
1,273
15,055
34,109
— 108
2,760
50,859
15,055
86,912
4,297
36,963
32,896
31,767
10,527
484
123,167
1,969,915
7,579
32,496
145,999
195,030
100,146
34,850
14,259
38,716
24,390
170
$4,528
42,148
8,725
6,026
27.973
17,235
91,515
12,524
14,649
22,691
67,977
9,600
69,381
3.243
267,839
2,229
$377
6,434
30,867
$94
327
522
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co	
1,107
71
830
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.
41
56
5,322
10,311
1,047
4,769
137
—267
49
242
1,786
19,159
229
764
294
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd   	
61,947
135,886
3,857
3,001
8,766
5,323
8,946
1,343
22,762
12,800
12,674
1,715
—1,240
5,218
4,620
4,267
6,278
57,055
21,343
—226
10,666
17,369
—231
7,435
10,716
1,559
4,376
2,328
4,653
—23
16,811
196
Guildhall Insurance Co. Ltd— , 	
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada.	
1,224
1,422
224
10,300
84
87
1,414
228
147
78
-214
118
463
Hanover Insurance; Cn
20,000
16
322
272
144
—1,102
808
134
107
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada             .   .
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd.
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co 	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd   	
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London & Lancashire Guar, and Accident Co. of Canada.-	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd 	
2,354
530
1,165
2,044
537
127
269
322
250
1,444
1,071
4,835
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co. -	
15,360
7,435
30,463
6,979
19,828
20,033
11,836
5,032
143
71,776
1,235,205
1,765
12,363
61,404
108,367
46,730
16,933
170
10,014
86,484
53
	
2
1,071
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
250
3,334
3,981
1,606
1,269
1,420
1,033
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd.	
10,014
3,201,788
307
6,131
10,459
9,572
5,281
7,783
2,227,332
247
3,160
2,060
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Northern Assurance. Cn. T.trl.
393
2,925
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd	
	
	
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1967             B 77
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Personal Property
Real Property
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$21,031
41,125
162,712
52
2,728
—37,004
11,340
145,330
2,220
74,802
7,535
17,292
30
83,644
— 16,346
40,192
49,267
59,912
285,512
97,901
2,104
29,790
27,194
3,737
712
28,585
4,093
10,315
11,313
15,481
4,557
12,103
20,655
34,108
10,922
— 10,787
3,981
2,217
138,810
151,394
6,193
3,515
48,586
— 15,666
226
10,576
2,517
23,850
—14,366
170,243
49,049
$12,300
21,689
81,629
407
856
14,289
19.526
93,055
3,200
22,851
2,687
4,955
220
59,813
—895
15,246
28,710
41,423
95,086
53,828
1,504
13,305
4,612
2,278
5,576
12,983
1,285
5,995
507
24,420
3,588
280
14,005
10,716
3,716
—556
—3,293
—4,899
180.019
98,066
3,508
2,090
19,554
3,397
453
5,913
257
5,083
$592
4,867
13,447
Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
$172
2,671
Provident Assurance Co. Ltd	
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd.              	
Quebec Assurance Co.            	
—4,632
1,181
9,165
346
2,560
1,466
612
350
609
5,477
81
683
728
Reinsurance Corporation Ltd       _	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia _..
Reliance Marine Insurance Co. Ltd  _  	
56
— 1,574
2,622
4,005
4,155
— 108
1,272
3,113
807
—58
—21
78
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada_  - ..
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd	
12,897
56
1,243
—23
134
14
2,921
St. Paul Mercury Insurance Co	
Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd 	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd. (Jan. to Mar., 1967)
75
187
313
Sea Insurance Co. Ltd	
4,394
999
7
353
403
776
3,948
266
— 1,031
Storebrand Insurance Co. Ltd._
751
-213
100
—70
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd „	
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd.
Toronto General Insurance Co. Ltd. _          	
4,730
2,567
102
125
— 13
4,268
2,460
344
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
2,642
-13
1
450
Unity Fire & General Insurance Co  ,'  —
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd.
372
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd	
927
— 1,376
759
96,890
27,050
533
74,169
1,067
1,715
—226
11,153
30,679
42,452
— 111
-25
3,866
8,440
1,787
1,228
55,206
—140
113,905
3,779
5,457
1,110
22,583
40,650
72,966
World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd.
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd—  	
1,607
1,714
6,907
375
1,351
3,666
Totals for 1967
$9,742,640
$5,505,565 | $3,736,849 | $2,418,990
Totals for 1066
$9,175,459
$4,316,572
$4,223,625
$5,503,982
 B 78
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
	
$5,884
136
3,899
$2,979
2,789
	
35
$9
1,529
8
1,513
101
503
—3
755
1
2,051
420
8,910
8,614
—21
624
846
176
260
1,465
1,089
4
17,180
1,341
156
2,329
28
2,624
6,743
791
256
3,853
1,711
895
154
670
$80
578
277
	
574
63
273
	
1,049
34
1,595
—117
— 129
1,630
5,150
British Aviation Insurance Co.                                             	
138
—38
	
50
59
Camden Fire Insurance Association -           	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co.
689
Canada Security Assurance Co 	
3,455
	
	
—3,404
—142
 	
16
1,376
	
144
Century Insurance Co. Ltd.
3,318
2
190
20
11,190
173
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd.	
223
—5
5,021
190,229
340
90
266,646
52
62
3
2,409
-5
12,518
19,679
139,170
293
27,674
1,236
217,014
Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd           	
2
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd.             	
1,391
30
402
3,310
3,235
	
—202
939
8,569
1,303
1,552
565
2,343
1
12,244
147
261
1,129
1,359
16,263
—5
123
—524
976
162
125
628
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.
	
— 3
1,000
641
602
	
—114
— 150
8,966
30
—44
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967             B 79
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$2
20,898
47,265
767
597
7,991
208
34,734
630
1,835
2,176
330
$3,082
5,397
5
4
1,901
$10,695
24,188
58
46
257
	
	
10,486
-151
—126
82
-653
—364
700
-50
—252
—3
— 126
3,108
118
218
25,161
118
2,853
83
247
242
-202
2
	
Indemnity Marine Assurance Co. Ltd    	
1,462
138
18,260
1,367
327
3,025
1
1,266
1,969
-7
205
2,121
5,207
—237
205
2,795
10
1,787
2,415
517
135,878
186,150
47
1,204
17,958
1,840
7,022
1,152
—23
—25
908
395
8,810
390
171
31
47
3,829
311
11,708
262
316
112
1,081
—455
1,560
54,352
9,028
17,947
15
4
332
1,995
London & Lancashire Guar, and Accident Co. of Canada	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd	
-48
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd -    —
London Assurance _ _
	
13
Maritime Insurance Co. Ltd	
	
	
Missisquoi & Rouville Insurance Co.  	
	
Mutual Reinsurance Co. of Canada	
Mutual Boiler & Machinery Insurance Co	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co	
3,586
51,966
99,406
13,109
98
567
7,519
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd....	
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co.—	
	
19,346
543
137
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd 	
462
4,270
34
4,565
—46
13
1,018
—$11
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd _          	
104
1
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd	
5,699
	
4
—38
1,995
123
55
-25
1,853
330
39,763
—381
3,790
39
	
	
56
-6
Reliance Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
3,437
1,434
2,287
108
1,376
 B 80
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd. (Jan. to Mar., 1967)
$102
1,746
256
23,171
534
141
2,131
15
—300
23,965
38,482
26,064
7,367
27
302
2,350
—85
$89
$2
5,168
20
	
122
13
161
5
1,238
—7,583
889
7,542
7,711
13,579
48
99
25
62
EE
130
2,649
563
—502
2
—21
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd.	
226
489
—401
18,909
17,525
532
11,153
898
341
307
9,621
10,339
184
—289
507
4,633
Westchester Fire Insurance Co 	
	
258
7,671
500
	
26
178
6,291
950
Tntnls for 1%7
$131,859 |             $171  | $1,434,712
$723,345
Tntals for 1966
$106,458
—$123
$914,084
$672,991
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967             B 81
TABLE IX MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
THEFT AND FORGERY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Theft
Forgery
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$10,302
555
19,132
2,649
837
2,744
226
—347
2,155
48
2,912
983
131
12,303
429
743
26,503
4,775
1,423
142
17,019
3,466
180,924
3,727
434
748
1,062
4,669
4,190
$5,237
36
11,872
979
$100
Aetna Casualty St. Surety Co.
	
	
221
755
— 15
976
9
2,676
462
—5
6,488
541
721
9,173
3,506
893
11
3,424
2,949
109,351
943
109
171
86
4,364
2,820
-131
5,370
902
—992
1,139
2,004
	
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co  	
	
3
129
9
12
British Northwestern Insurance Co    _	
2
101
8,341
1
$3,136
Canadian National Insurance Co ■              	
Canadian Pioneer Insurance Co 	
	
446
17,117
3,639
442
4,778
2,730
-21
184
22,563
7,526
3,399
19,415
16,758
6,138
49,872
2,633
7,572
4,583
3,694
43
10,234
485
3,284
31,480
3,096
22,300
1,307
7,067
10,605
2,200
14,656
40
15
1
	
     	
15,090
11,490
278
12,934
11,282
1,323
30,156
—95
1,356
4,358
643
102
87
Economical, Mutual Insurance Co.
	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd.
—7
	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada.                   —
	
683
17
2,468
12,009
1,493
12,182
279
4,953
7,417
1,622
13,450
33
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd	
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada	
19
firpin, Insurance Xr rSuaranreff Cn
11
3
7,323
4,714
10,021
22,665
1,324
24,426
11,678
4,702
10,635
490
-147
26
59
 B 82
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
THEFT AND FORGERY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Theft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Forgery
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada-
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 Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office-
Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd—
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. _
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd..
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd..
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada-
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Midland General Insurance Co      	
London Assurance-
Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co-
Maryland Casualty Co-
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd-
Missisquoi & Rouville Insurance Co—
Munich Reinsurance Co—
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada	
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd—
New Hampshire Insurance Co	
New India Assurance Co. Ltd       -—
Niagara Fire Insurance Co..
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's
Nordisk Reinsurance Co. Ltd
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd..
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd—
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd..
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd	
Pacific Indemnity Co	
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd	
Phoenix Insurance Co	
Planet Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Provident Assurance Co. Ltd	
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd	
Quebec Assurance Co-
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd	
Railway Passengers Assurance Co..
Reinsurance Corporation Ltd..
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-
Reliance Marine Insurance Co. Ltd	
Royal Exchange Assurance .
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada-
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd..
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Cost. Paul Mercury Insurance Co —
Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Co.—
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation-
Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd	
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co-
Sea Insurance Co. Ltd	
Security Mutual Casualty Co	
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co-
1,441
6,255
15,652
190
295
-1,091
1,771
6,197
517
2,785
853
3,618
103
2,161
—9
4,396
6,446
6,828
3,559
57
2,811
1,801
845
1,209
442
1,433
3,540
$380
4,509
2,168
197
10,883
2,163
1,803
218
3,318
307
721
3,604
1,802
2,163
1,359
337
18
— 10
—11
2,676
174
10,778
—9
2,881
9,225
12,585
2,815
22,987
— 1
1,520
1,045
7,855
108
1,810
143
-918
541
220
626
8,749
-81
1,952
4,311
11,453
147
411
1,490
256
171
759
163
3,611
2,725
$44
479
2
7
51
9
21
31
—15
73
2
12
28
60
357
-$109
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967 B 83
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
THEFT AND FORGERY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Theft
Forgery
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$107
9
19
3,679
1,159
—6
11,349
5,947
15,189
12,503
16
862
— 805
-1,107
40
916
-7
16,450
3,686
15,239
1,771
589
19
2,193
23,064
	
$4
1,359
200
2,729
1,516
24,297
5,867
— 13
390
229
62
—3
10
$82
46
33
10,623
—134
8,470
278
218
— 10
165
	
797
12,020
Zurich Tnsiirnnfp. r.n.
Totals for 1967    - - _
$956,614
$592,184
$11,229
$3,027
Totals for 1Q6fi
$791,952
$359,366
$11,370
—$335
 B 84
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
WINDSTORM AND BOILER INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Windstorm
Boiler
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$1,463
1,482
97,159
1,299
9,308
603
833
9,446
$14,771
	
221
18
25
	
181
—5
400,591
1
5,181
2,936
1
9,882
8,471
15,020
2,460
87,532
9,327
7,275
1,259
— 134
—270
2,106
2,355
—24
334
33
568
3,054
1,095
1,868
2,736
2,501
429
32,511
7,059
58,652
7,433
6,426
8,907
207
1,607
2,824
12,446
6,141
6,234
409
63,753
11,913
84
147
— 1
$16,077
$4,954
123,489
6
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd 	
103
	
6
30
25
138
766
656
	
20,484
	
55
74
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada	
	
61
25
123
61
74
5,000
	
21
1,248
13,605
547
147
422
142
18
8
32
219
4,575
	
826
	
-45,864
	
289
Totals for 1967           -            .          -
$17,547
$4,954
$914,953
$141,127
Totals for 1966
$1,312
$1,001
$918,946
$150,382
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967
B 85
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Machinery
Plate Glass
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$4,544
7,331
1,146
359
96
— 1,104
3,029
3,118
470
48
$2,221
3,725
1,059
-    —
92
1,160
1,895
263
	
$71,266
11,724
748
$67,203
4,983
415
6,220
—26
9
141,324
121
9,509
3,740
624
75
2,683
2,018
27,286
2,169
253
144
565
2,733
1,652
32,212
5,377
191
2,804
233
64,515
311
1,639
1,695
248
1,064
1,533
554
British Northwestern Insurance Co   	
1,846
2,561
1,283
1,449
169
Canadian National Insurance Co	
	
Canadian Pioneer Insurance Co     	
40
Canadian Provincial Insurance Co.
507
Canadian Surety Co	
Casualty Co. of Canada 	
196
Century Insurance Co. Ltd   	
1,022
1,601
177
Century Insurance Co. of Canada	
Commerce & Industry Insurance Co. of Canada	
835,103
544,740
2,804
2,137
1,754
969
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Commercial Union Insurance Co. of New York	
848
184
1,054
—21
9,737
7,370
1,809
22
8,354
6,609
4,329
11,184
2,007
4,450
9,439
1,336
110
8,591
54
6,473
3,102
1,144
12,889
587
3,742
5,616
1,284
7,532
11
3,099
11
4,786
10,825
573
21,526
3,154
6,652
3,242
1,281
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd	
18,451
Cumis Insurance Society Inc.	
2,703
5,702
789
2,852
1,256
1,552
4,929
6,182
489
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co -  -	
	
3,176
	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co	
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada _  	
	
2,146
	
3,236
2,725
356
172,277
194,845
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd	
456
1,883
1,246
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada   	
115
724
918
955
1,998
2,998
699
2,772
	
2,982
2
	
2,681
6,063
530
 B 86
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Machinery
Plate Glass
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
	
	
$446
9,834
36
—717
2,144
445
6,389
2,189
1,002
255
2,286
313
491
34
312
3,601
68
1,443
2,189
65
1,592
$412
6,908
1,648
163
1,002
$2,096
2,952
$1,661
1,384
933
777
236
-9
891
176
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd - - 	
288
554
311
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd.
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd   -	
3,410
2,768
1,384
1,661
1,554
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd   	
London & Midland General Insurance Co	
1,088
2,096
777
933
London Assurance
1,472
4,186
6,668
Maryland Casualty Co.
533
135
169
61
35
385
46
15
15
186,102
127,292
3,118
1,299
27
6,955
35
84
3,072
3,988
20,777
1,966
2,939
52
426
2,629
6,816
127
— 1,120
942
5,400
332
1,140
668
93
1,131
3,808
2,782
4,325
1,410
54
1,888
882
144
531
191
1,332
2,035
1,895
925
15,376
13,698
2,252
3,987
1,516
3,606
1,450
4,752
— 19
1,219
1,119
1,393
1,285
9,887
780
1,254
1,332
Orion Insurance Cn  T.tri.
9
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd.
329
Perth Mutual Firfi Insurance Cn.
2,029
	
3,332
118
1,139
844
154
3,304
415
233
952
265
330
304
Reinsurance Corporation Ltd —
	
236
3
1,439
6,150
4,157
56
901
8,383
1,901
2,332
355
—9
6,792
1,796
9,275
418
40
210
177
1,074
916
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967
B 87
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Machinery
Plate Glass
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
State Firm Fire * Casualty Co.
$93
8
1,592
450
$119
10
1,472
163
	
2
2,192
1,222
7,652
5,971
1,710
532
—316
17
5
244
20,173
2,810
2,095
1,156
—$1,002
$52,355
331
3,345
	
1,106
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
-     	
187
210
-     	
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd    	
3
	
18,290
2,172
3
14,991
6,506
7,369
1,833
255
23
439
15,879
3,662
1,053
236
60
188
7,745
Totals for 1967
$1,409,418 | $1,056,947
$587,692
$290,589
Totals for 1966 	
$311.096 1     $205,645
$473,388
$291,567
 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.
-MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
GUARANTEE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Fidelity
Surety
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$4,710
718
3,400
603
4,782
—439
292
4,327
—927
—869
2,187
5,908
1,029
11,865
87,926
215
25
23,568
609
3,226
1,281
261
3,375
$182
127
$9,649
59,045
270
922
$676
3,919
5,000
15
— 1,865
—120
—170
7,471
—72
— 19
898
63,604
—9
293
6,321
386
554
135
2,713
822
47,977
193,461
307
35
163,831
928
4,754
221
371
1,550
2,675
49,321
52,969
818
19,447
78,311
3,712
335
23,670
6,725
6,027
5,712
252
32,810
296
20,717
12,657
83,845
55
31
48
738
7,077
—222
1,265
105
141
—479
4,806
— 11,046
64
5,943
-98
— 179
-1,059
7
84,622
230
Century Insurance Co. Ltd	
Century Insurance Co. of Canada 	
77
—41
225
7,551
2,370
1,250
2,466
1,071
-390
—9,024
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co    	
6,472
2,436
7
25,089
1,428
883
1,217
—8,280
922
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd .„
—5,540
—2,325
72
—1,022
2
3,969
29
2,788
422
—40
4,609
8,084
637
964
2,580
1,457
166
1,845
2,334
20
2,971
6,719
200
—65
956
—681
-2,525
172
259
—542
—410
316
—500
35,371
415
151
341
301,508
68
17,296
2,984
6,748
805
257
2,568
105
1,190
—22,667
-2,255
—5,101
80
1,372
132
1,721
95
3,247
—515
92
13,734
194
770
390
— 10
-50
-723
—471
1,216
1,568
326
71,680
195
167
422
351
—592
10
-241
—147
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd.   _	
141
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967
B 89
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
GUARANTEE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Fidelity
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Surety
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd „.
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada-
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd    _.
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
Maryland Casualty Co  	
Munich Reinsurance Co  	
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada-
Niagara Fire Insurance Co—
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's-
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd—
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd -	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd—
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd  	
Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co—
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Phoenix Insurance Co 	
Provident Assurance Co. Ltd—.
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd—
Quebec Assurance Co-
Railway Passengers Assurance Co	
Reinsurance Corporation Ltd 	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-
Royal Exchange Assurance-
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada-
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd  	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co 	
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation-
Seaboard Surety Co-
Security Mutual Casualty Co -
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co-
Sun Insurance Office Ltd	
Toronto General Insurance Co. Ltd—
Traders General Insurance Co -
Transport Indemnity Co 	
Travelers Indemnity Co-
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd—
United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co	
United States Fire Insurance Co	
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd— 	
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co 	
Wellington Fire Insurance Co.  	
Western Assurance Co	
Western Surety Co	
Western Union Insurance Co-
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd—
Zurich Insurance Co 	
Totals for 1967-
Totals for 1966..
$4,032
5,350
2,207
3,247
113
5,393
30,412
4,852
543
4,122
4,641
410
219
7,064
—89
904
531
1,055
1,764
1,421
2,831
2,157
6,621
1,689
420
404
190
3
—242
9,542
5,301
10,817
3,706
16,922
—2
36
130
1,236
3,870
—78
'194
$408,585
$401,982
—$1,204
-602
—723
—162
-43
—43
893
128,118
—58
—221
—57
274
-154
-360
-181
—13
340
357
— 1,804
207
—4,000
734
617
—14,758
188
9,155
—300
100
—2,385
—600
—892
$1,906
652
1,170
25,017
—1
37,835
2,230
317
3,295
2,135
1,761
1,202
25,236
55
498
5,017
92
484
195
30
7,508
15,133
1,918
10,755
3,073
9,245
784
38,996
21,664
4,510
48,858
3,723
712,605
— 1
1,153
9,415
8,056
4,854
292
3,930
$214,318
$2,327,062
$90,702
$1,836,616
$703
-1,545
422
-6,445
—393
-377
1,829
1,925
1,015
—475
105
—515
—2,578
1,055
— 1,344
—500
3,932
2,050
1,357
-2,814
-8,100
4
1,652
3,960
$39,444
$246,087
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TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$46,549
25,070
40,053
$22,772
41,378
17,242
$860
— 3,310
572
]
—212
12,278
7,362
57
—1,190
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd         	
15,701
13
3,846
288
464
1,116
7,192
— 19,220
29,383
10
-$80
277
5
-900
32
2
11
75
1
745
30
49
30
305
43
1
1,812
213
22,658
179
21
44
9
62
239
9,210
—59
33,912
2,729
3,444
3
15,585
1,077
1,433
1,911
12,139
12,773
8,852
181
62,869
2,186
455,403
6.207
721
11,272
1,362
17,761
5,321
621
48,092
16,468
2,023
7,505
8,164
15,477
6,262
—219
84,275
5,347
2,414
4,535
39,824
26,357
10,633
809
115,043
11,965
601,586
19,233
2,236
7,764
6,070
50,933
11,148
40
52,404
44,999
2,497
24,366
16,681
14
133
British Aviation Insurance Co. Ltd- , 	
British Canadian Insurance Co _ 	
British Empire Assurance Co 	
—11
—15
500
18
110
2,721
5,487
452
—53
13
200
Century Insurance Co. Ltd    -
402
1,763
2
217
176
1
-      	
14
—546
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd     -
11
-47
65,518
98,600
50,923
27
43
111,238
44,591
35,744
215,218
4,752
2,762
14,492
20,138
53,758
19,797
9,309
49,838
9,251
13,211
53,506
16,537
119,680
—40
88,434
110,728
6,269
4,357
96,927
21,284
9,563
112,026
176
106
86
34,815
33,206
—2,314
-1,896
852
667
3,163
35,100
22,075
20,467
Continental Insurance Co—     _	
1,245
1,276
—415
1,388
1,171
956
1,221
8,973
119
—356
800
1,594
Employers' Liability Assurnace Corporation Ltd  „
1,292
246
415
17
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co	
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada  - — „    	
151
279
44
8,240
276
-16
2,278
2 170
589
5 646
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd	
554
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1967
B 91
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$10,268
-513
14,112
21,174
15,923
62,723
100
232,545
478
71
63,804
144,304
7,490
5,826
68,169
89
—3,486
15,693
6,506
15,588
26,208
17,266
4,289
217,966
4,174
6,220
1,687
15,914
43,155
193
$2,856
235
—2,076
—3,114
4,300
-11,820
$100
17,942
105
158
94
202
$900
—34
297,796
—295
27
35,095
79,374
6,067
4,719
15,402
173
2
763
1,726
6
4
2,968
1,242
17
16
50
159
179
164
199
2,027
50
33
94
847
292
—1,893
142
321
—40
—31
—25
—262
28,548
672
19,049
5,733
4,777
2,912
155,828
2,296
1,911
—43
—379
9,555
— 1,144
9,286
5,553
325
8,692
17,069
172
—45
—37
— 17
Insurance Co. of North America 	
— 20
9
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
— 15
288
2,590
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd	
-75
London & Lancashire Guar. & Accident Co. of Canada 	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.    .
17,810
29,592
500
16,919
21,777
15,531
11,982
16,919
5,857
8,278
12,901
15,986
7,291
70,429
755,404
21,532
159,182
213,210
34,453
20,723
6,022
8,303
19,808
14,513
71,898
75
1,665
—11,449
10,117
54,442
4,288
7,725
106
179
1
704
200
—37
—45
101
—111
27,154
8,692
1.580
1,929
2,330
2,729
1,631
79,092
93,917
8,492
78,288
30,028
27,884
10,035
1,803
-745
-7,758
3,054
34,519
6,422
1,348
6,063
2,269
24,138
1,433
-1,159
198
704
9
4
11
52
889
19,473
248
6,500
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd. ...
Merit Insurance Co   	
101
Munich Reinsurance Co	
—297
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd. 	
668
15
912
139
238
113
487
—345
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd ,   „
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd 	
14
38,000
34
1,290
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd    _	
40
1
—94
14
12,891
21
—9
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd                      	
—11
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd.                                    . 	
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TABLE IX MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS* LIABILITY INSURANCE
PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$4,674
312
40
11,313
-23
51,366
28,171
53,927
81,630
167,988
5,110
19,815
15,407
6,066
8,550
9,038
2,497
1,915
5,387
25,327
428
31
10
20,804
6,594
— 14
82,686
44,841
100,779
80,469
4,881
45,826
—4,278
325
— 109
— 12
1,935
— 19
58,327
20,289
103,655
10,946
3,329
9,280
8,459
23,268
86,616
$2,280
4,099
-175
4,918
—736
29,474
31,636
14,753
—16,887
149,704
24,990
6,833
788
6,519
11,272
7,524
2,023
$54
4
$4
2
—1,164
357
314
727
30
11
123
362
60
36
2
3
61
— 119
—112
198
4
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd. (Jan. to Mar., 1967)
76
13
—93
Sea Insurance Co. Ltd         	
-14
5,641
2,390
16
51
1,482
824
4,741
953
6
361
—77
6
16,855
697
—494
51,309
25,251
173,239
—112
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd	
	
11,382
—8,351
43,997
60
—23,119
—1.389
—718
100
177
6
1
10
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd " 	
21
111,311
123
20,034
5,653
2,697
8,817
4,346
192,601
34,309
6,513
344
928
3
—11
352
132
1,074
781
—24
—176
—17
50
64
1,014
Totals for 1967                                                    	
$6,191,495
$3,542,088
$146,220
$60,969
Totals for 1966
$5,302,191
$2,065,111
$104,200
$73,364
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967             B 93
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Group
Individual
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$1,584
$634,692
C.
ts
N.
C.
c.
( c.
In.
re.
|n.
c.
c.
IS:
c.
c.
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c.
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fc.
(N.
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$9,497
858
4,457
211
17
15,185
10,055
46,548
$2,998
756,086
255
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd „	
7,502
11,354
3,286
275
60
19,016
11,925
325
385
861
8,420
16,016
-15
407
3,099
223
5,793
792
7,578
1,766
574
782
7,388
334,933
103.956
5,162
178,870
3,251
15,512
602
39
11
6,663
1,289
1,171
3,131
974
477
1
747
51
63
5,283
5,844
9,006
475
637
751
1,001
10,000
198,288
18,049
18,936
1,085,184
440
587
555
178,285
65,469
2,043
23,422
1,445
2,489
48
383,656
18,153
29,725
1,308,223
	
1
26,423
4,264
782
22,885
1,250
808
3,312
703
14,645
71
301
150
3,731
24,844
72,661
156,857
248,004
13
7.019
75,300
325
610,687
177,105
4,354
17,508
32,281
10,314
1,333,254
1,306
284,769
28,276
780
1,760
2,129,925
258
24,236
100,887
3,235
59
80,947
155
62,916
17,409
190,447
10,379
2,059,544
2,535
939,690
24,822
718
—2,142
2,354,725
229
21,441
97,197
3,128
1.565
40,408
361,325
66,778
851
8,606
11,205
3,732
8,292
9.670
3,895
64
37.906
3,573
730
9,794
6,488
603
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd.
Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin-
81,474
46
6,125
26,940
4,629
127
4,971
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd.	
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States	
96,460
25,435
229,360
4,698
1,030
4,484
11,775
2,761
1,097
1,483
507
C.—Cancellable.          N.—Non-cancellable.
 B 94
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TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Group
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Individual
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Executive Life & Disability Co. of Canada-
Federal Life & Casualty Co-
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co.
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.	
Fraser Valley Mutual Insurance Co-
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co-
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada-
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.
General Fire & Casualty Co 	
Global Life Insurance Co.
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada-
Globe Life Insurance Co.	
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-
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Home Insurance Co-
Hudson Bay Insurance Co	
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office-
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
Industrial Life Insurance Co	
Insurance Co. of North America-
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd-
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co-
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co-
Liverpool & London & Globe 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 Life Insurance Co 	
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co-
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co-
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co	
Maryland Casualty Co-
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd-
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co	
Ministers Life & Casualty Union-
Munich Reinsurance Co	
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada-
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York_
Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co	
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
New Hampshire Insurance Co	
$269,184
1,936
18,994
40
670,087
1,075
1,243
678
5,265
2,074,365
3,751
2,918
258
-158
1,173
1,607
1,667
135,096
71,505
120,793
25,408
256
50
852
1,928
762
1,173
6,390
10,419
956,626
8,257
2,457
6,390
915,246
898,429
6,778
30,517
325,430
$174,179
300
15,247
556,875
58
2,252
4,316
1,261,534
9,508
7,396
3,002
2,502
4,226
61,029
51,033
30,433
16,297
1,001
5,003
2,502
3,002
6,349
26,412
784,020
2,336
5
6,349
603,769
604,392
4,841
16,190
273,471
C.
C.
c.
c.
c.
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$308
33
1,916
3,192
1,167
200
967
7,201
665
228,092
28,658
8,083
18,278
7,444
5,790
168
1,979
1,065
71
1,639
2,029
3,527
21,682
132
20,386
529
413
40
432
2,697
3,840
2,027
1,639
2,973
280
20,901
2,331
1,774
135,169
222
~16,417
52
2,973
280
36,746
25,761
8.592
689
315
125
311
122,080
463,691
232,017
32,263
4
$290
547
—250
1,321
38
85,918
18,090
506
646
1,146
1,461
430
335
159
341
1,761
1,468
192
3,217
12,445
33
42
587
41
371
2,935
650
1,468
1,761
2,113
1.195
1,626
1,007
42,270
—4,429
2.250
2,316
2,113
21,111
10,876
10,826
266
51,772
130.906
88,366
14,372
C.—Cancellable.
N.—Non-cancellable.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967
B 95
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Group
Individual
Net
Net
Net
Net
Premiums
Losses
Premiums
Losses
Written
Incurred
Written
Incurred
$146,157
$122,418
In".
$2,038
—$1,468
11,345
8,013
17,730
20,197
c.
3,110
608
43,868
10,937
c.
16,528
10,613
69,874
36,923
IS:
55,522
16,635
5,520
2,438
68,016
68,284
N.
5,418
-14,556
14,910
14,826
c.
7,787
1,618
59,114
57,139
f c.
27,912
19,016
IN.
2,755
	
203
326
(C.
(N.
{5:
13
22
1,000
1,054
4,976
1,121
2,392
971
r.
2,087
150
31,724
13,780
fi
11,149
—5,013
123,090
19,462
14,263
14,182
c.
c.
4,369
1,067
1,605
57,100
40,392
N.
141,319
82,953
706
C.
1,554
2,377
c.
14,763
1,654
4,557
95
834
2,113
c.
IS
8,385
5,629
2,950
4,156
35,975
13,984
IS.
8,375
47
54,637
2,040
508,177
387,801
N.
40,983
16,024
172
751
c.
252
440
3,241
3,224
c.
1,380
364
4,742
c.
7,358
7,092
8,079
c.
1,244
243
2,283
7,503
c.
fc.
tN.
c.
3,497
2,368
4,403
—578
6,158
1,075
769
	
574
14,571
487
c.
1,329
1,198
775
3,189
4,762
ii
1,585
—22
481
40
1,250
3,169
c.
2,482
143
84,641
28,793
33,160
|         35,341
c.
303
153
C.
13,472
4,381
1,447
10,421
26,410
c.
20,675
545,732
435,735
1 c.
81
12
7N.
9,432
2.546
1,016,266
816,907
(c.
235,358
60,351
(N.
16,079
23,686
IS:
10,510
632
805
281,143
257,692
(C
907
IN.
2,909
30
131
C.
C.
C.
c.
365
145
2,794
9,814
7,613
11,758
6,898
1,667
4,226
C.
3,309
192
3,195
3,175
IS
1,486
1,056
140
2,814
333,381
271,094
C.
1,906
-1,007
$18,523,563
$13,570,543
$4,605,762 | $1,769,541
$16,771,010
$12,371,217
$4,455,061
$1,987,387
New York Life Insurance Co-
Niagara Fire Insurance Co-
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's-
North American Life & Casualty Co	
North American Life Assurance Co	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd...
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd	
Northern Life Assurance Co-
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co-
North West Life Assurance Co	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd—
Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California-
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd-
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd — . _
Paul Revere Life Insurance Co—
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd	
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd	
Planet Assurance Co. Ltd	
Protective Association of Canada-
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd-
Prudential Insurance Co. of America-
Quebec Assurance Co-
Railway Passengers Assurance Co..
Royal Exchange Assurance-
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada-
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd-
Safeco Insurance Co. of America..
Safeco Life Insurance Co	
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation	
Scottish Metropolitan Assurance Co. Ltd. (January to
March, 1967)
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co	
Sea Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Seaboard Life Insurance Co	
Security Mutual Casualty Co	
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co	
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co-
Sun Insurance Office Ltd 	
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
Travelers Insurance Co-
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd—
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co	
United Canada Insurance Co	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co-
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co.	
Western Assurance Co ,—
Westminster Fire Office	
World Marine & General Insurance Co. Ltd-
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd-
Zurich Insurance Co _
Totals for 1967-
Totals for 1966-
C.—Cancellable.
N.—Non-cancellable.
 B 96
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.
-MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
AIRCRAFT AND MARINE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Aircraft
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Marine
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co-
Aetna Insurance Co	
Agriculture Insurance Co   	
Albion Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd  	
American Casualty Co. of Reading, Pennsylvania
American Home Assurance Co.   	
American National Fire Insurance Co  _
Aviation & General Insurance Co. Ltd  	
British America Assurance Co  _	
British Aviation Insurance Co. Ltd 	
British Canadian Insurance Co  	
British Empire Assurance Co 	
British Northwestern Insurance Co.	
Camden Fire Insurance Association	
Canadian Indemnity Co  	
Canadian Universal Insurance Co. Ltd—
Centennial Insurance Co  	
Century Insurance Co. of Canada-
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd—
Continental Insurance Co 	
Dominion Insurance Corporation-
Economic Insurance Co. Ltd	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd-
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd	
Federal Insurance Co	
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada-
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada-
General Insurance Co. of America	
Glens Falls Insurance Co-
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada-
Great American Insurance Co	
Great Eastern Insurance Co	
Great Lakes Reinsurance Co	
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd .
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada-
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 Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada..
Imperial Insurance Office-
Indemnity Marine Assurance Co. Ltd—
Insurance Co. of North America-
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd-
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co.	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co-
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd-
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd.	
London & Edinburgh Insurance Co  	
London & Lancashire Guar. & Ace. Co. of Canada-
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation	
London Assurance  	
Maritime Insurance Co. Ltd—
Maryland Casualty Co	
Munich Reinsurance Co	
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada-
New Hampshire Insurance Co	
New India Assurance Co. Ltd	
New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co	
$53,466
20,662
17,965
574~
27,007
17,373
190,993
1,378
1,838
72,205
31,725
35,116
5,110
64,062
12,286
20,374
26,525
677
28,936
12,825
788
51,553
128
20,830
32,636
2,053
4,592
25,334
41,463
109
93
1,571
3,307
790
64,691
25,341
30,239
56,833
19,631
3,651
—$5,898
-3,167
14,714
506
—2,559
20,398
181,964
1,700
2,266
21,569
19,725
—5,421
126,569
—2,297
13,512
27,387
5,099
—7,188
11,549
366
157,422
-10,171
3,963
6,799
5,666
19,269
12
68,269
2,266
34
305
11.332
5,666
44,040
22,658
-4,641
16,269
1,804
-3,872
$19,362
89,634
59,925
32,768
1,975
4,644
79,620
—687
20,720
30,351
44,433
136,205
128,731
112,000
19,198
—1,030
24,163
13,006
222,203
8,154
12,936
63,872
-1,031
34,409
398,156
3,854
10,849
— 1,374
39,662
2,259
35,457
67,563
15,150
19,867
12,071
23,368
91,951
$20,406
58,005
676
49,402
18,282
1,513
6,903
— 114
19,300
21,012
49,691
98,945
119,891
100,562
19,130
— 168
30,196
10,672
112,957
3,566
5,137
48,246
— 168
23,467
419,368
3,585
—9,719
—225
14,156
873
10,262
-3,396
55,386
9,837
23,566
11,800
—303
21,592
26,640
85,611
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967
B 97
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
AIRCRAFT AND MARINE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR 1967—Continued
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Aircraft
Marine
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's _	
$741,062
99,283
$462,435
44,175
1
$46,611
10,463
—245
770,752
$40,962
Ocean Marine Insurance Co. Ltd. _	
	
265,993
190,472
6,908
164
304,072
228,543
8,901
—4
60,723
2,681
1,700
1,976
— 11,574
7,627
1,063
3,889
1,202
25,279
421
—3,673
—6,232
—5,730
2,913
42,285
1,461
2,366
28,400
—1,549
17,000
—17,777
—390
36,780
21,482
18,226
982
333
34,245
6,017
16,013
43,020
57
—720
1,012
—1,374
92,251
—3,820
16,920
475,601
130,444
29
	
—224
67,603
53,465
20,087
53,466
10,053
2,683
762
15,728
142,895
344,220
125,030
—3,423
— 1,380
1,362
-5,093
2,723
22,423
26,630
4,207
40,706
38,838
9,491
25,329
5,995
Totals for 1967 	
$2,644,895
$1,590,819
$3,574,406
$2,611,112
Totals for 1966	
$2,290,581
$7,518,547
$3,931,547
$2,098,883
 B 98
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.
-MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1967—Continued
HAIL AND MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1967
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Hall
Miscellaneous
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$88
702
C.
L.S.
L.S.
L.S.
L.S.
L.S.
T.
C.
M.
L.S.
W.D
L.S.
L.S.
L.S.
$17,327
330
$354
49
—$24,979
3,131
132
1,672
1,433
2,194
1,880
1,223
—39
447
30,626
249,064
26,313
—126
18,373
1,000
1,194
468
477
1,567
4,130
—36
627
1,335
2
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd  —
16,207
6,202
Totals for 1967      	
$5,908
—$18,711
$346,096
$30,074
Totals for 1966                           .
$150,541
$59,906
$308,418
$36,822
M.—Mortgage.       W.D.—Water damage.       C—Credit.       L.S.—Live stock.       T.—Title.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1967
B 99
TABLE X.—OTHER INSURANCE  (TABLE IX)  SUMMARY
(Figures and totals shown to nearest thousand.)
Class of Insurance
1963
1964
1965
1966
Personal property, P—
Personal property, L—
Real property, P	
Real property, L 	
'Earthquake, P	
♦Earthquake, L	
Inland transportation, P—
Inland transportation, L—
Theft, P	
Theft, L  	
♦Forgery, P	
•Forgery, L	
•Windstorm, P	
•Windstorm, I	
•Boiler, P	
•Boiler, L	
•Machinery, P	
•Machinery, L	
Plate glass, P-
Plate glass, L	
Guarantee (fidelity and surety),
P 	
Guarantee (fidelity and surety),
L	
Public liability, P	
Public liability, L 	
Employer's liability, P—
Employer's liability, L—
Personal accident, P	
Personal accident, L-
Combined accident and sickness, P.	
Combined accident and sickness, L	
Sickness, P	
Sickness, L—
■{•Personal accident and sickness
(individual), P	
fPersonal accident and sickness
(individual), L..
fPersonal accident and sickness
(group), P	
fPersonal accident and sickness
(group), L 	
Aircraft, P 	
Aircraft, L	
Marine, P	
Marine, L	
•Hail, P	
•Hail, L	
Other forms, P._
Other forms, L-
Totals, P._
Totals, L._
$7,349,000
7,092,000
1,820,000
2,325,000
501,000
126,000
645,000
260,000
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
1,597,000
583,000
3,036,000
2,131,000
1,018,000
505,000
$36,084,000
$24,268,000
$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
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
$41,058,000
$9,412,129
2,359,675
4,055,039
2,332,579
130,742
551
550,478
336,501
780,444
281,128
9,673
123
244,118
2,982
377,687
8,901
197,352
230,631
416,064
244,088
2,314,857
181,491
4,852,767
2,383,870
104,923
15,672
5,033,074
3,017,678
14,207,303
11,793,200
1,897,285
1,482,530
3,698,538
2,881,314
116,429
77,407
403,153
13,346
$48,802,055
$29,897,000
$27,643,667
$9,175,000
4,317,000
4,224,000
5,504,000
106,000
—123
914,000
673,000
792,000
359,000
11,000
—335
1,000
1,000
919,000
150,000
311,000
206,000
473,000
292,000
2,239,000
337,000
5,302,000
2,065,000
104,000
73,000
4,455,000
1,987,000
16,771,000
12,371,000
2,291,000
7,519,000
3,932,000
2,099,000
151,000
60,000
308,000
37,000
$52,479,000
$38,050,000
$9,743,000
5,506,000
3,737,000
2,419,000
132,000
1,435.000
723,000
957,000
592,000
11,000
3,000
18,000
5,000
915,000
141,000
1,409,000
1,057,000
588,000
291,000
2,736,000
254,000
6,191,000
3,542,000
146,000
61,000
4,606,000
1,770,000
18,524,000
13,571,000
2,645,000
1,591,000
3,574,000
2,611,000
6.000
-19,000
346,000
30,000
$57,719,000
$34,148,000
* Included in " Other Forms " until 1964.
t Included in "Accident and Sickness " until 1964.
P.—Profit. L.—Losses.
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1968
1,230-768-5977
   

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