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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Fifty-ninth Annual Report
of the
SUPERINTENDENT OF
INSURANCE
1970
(Business Transacted in 1969)
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1970
  To the Honourable John Robert Nicholson, P.C., O.B.E., Q.C, LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Fifty-ninth Annual Report of
the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31, 1969.
LESLIE R. PETERSON,
A ttorney-General.
Victoria, British Columbia, August 15,1970.
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Report of Superintendent of Insurance	
Page
_     7
List as at June 30, 1970—
Insurers Licensed  10
Fraternal Benefit Societies Licensed under the Insurance Act  35
Underwriters' Agencies Licensed  3 6
Reciprocal Exchanges Granted Permits  36
Societies (Incorporated under the Societies Act) Licensed under the Insurance Act  36
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
The British Columbia Insurance Company  37
British Columbia Life & Casualty Company  39
The British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Company  42
Fraser Valley Mutual Insurance Company  44
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Company  46
The Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  49
Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Insurance Company  51
Roberts Mutual Fire Insurance Company  53
Seaboard Life Insurance Company  55
Westco Insurance Company  58
Tables
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1969	
II. Summary, 1965-1969_
Fraternal Societies—
III. Business of 1969	
Fire Insurance—
IV. Business of 1969	
V. Summary, 1965-1969.
Reciprocal Exchanges—
VI. Business of 1969	
60
65
66
67
68
70
Automobile Insurance—
VII. Business of 1969  71
VIII. Summary, 1965-1969  74
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
IX. Business of 1969  75
X. Summary, 1965-1969  99
  Report of the Superintendent of Insurance
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, British Columbia, August 15, 1970.
The Honourable Leslie R. Peterson, Q.C,
Attorney-General, Victoria, British Columbia.
Sir,—Pursuant to the Insurance Act, I beg to submit the Fifty-ninth Annual
Report of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31, 1969.
At that date 317 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
British Columbia..
Other Provinces....
Canada 	
Great Britain	
Australia	
Denmark	
France	
Germany	
Holland	
Hong Kong	
India 	
Japan.
New Zealand-
Norway	
Switzerland _—
United States-
Totals	
Provincial
Licence
9
11
Federal
Registry
14
90
47
2
29
Total
124
9
25
90
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125
317
The comparative figures are for 1968, 346, and 1967, 350.
Eleven new insurers were licensed during the year. These are as follows:
American Bankers Life Insurance Co. of Florida, British Columbia Motorist Insurance Co., Canadian Reinsurance Co., Florists Mutual Insurance Co., Industrial
Indemnity Co., International Insurance Co., The Mercantile and General Reinsurance Co. Ltd., The Mercantile and General Reinsurance Co. of Canada Ltd., Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co., Pacific Employers Insurance Co., Security National
Insurance Co.
Seventeen insurers ceased to transact business in the Province during the year.
These are as follows: Atlas Assurance Co., Baltica Insurance Co., Bankers Life Co.,
B.C.F.G. Mutual Hail Insurance Co., British Empire Assurance Co., Citadel Insurance Co. (Canada) Ltd., Commerce and Industry Insurance Co. of Canada, Commercial Union Insurance Co. of America, Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd.,
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co., Ocean Marine Insurance Co., Pacific Auto &
Fire Insurance Co., Railway Passenger Assurance Co., Scottish Insurance Corporation Ltd., State Assurance Co., United Canada Insurance Co., World Marine and
General Insurance Co. Ltd.
A complete list of insurers will be found on pages 10 to 34. A similar list is
published in The British Columbia Gazette. For the purposes of convenience, the
present list is made up to June 30, 1970, so that it includes insurers licensed since
December 31, 1969, and shows the classes of insurance for which each is licensed.
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On analysis, the list shows that 83 companies (exclusive of fraternal societies)
were licensed for life insurance, 186 for fire insurance, 185 for automobile insurance,
and 77 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 37 to 59.
There is one underwriter's agency licensed under the Act, as shown on page 36.
The taxes collected on unlicensed insurance amount to $21,294.
The number of insurance agents' and salesmen's licences issued for the year
1969 is given below, together with a comparative table for the previous four years.
All licensees in the insurance industry now have a pre-licence examination requirement.
Licences Issued to—
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
Life insurance agents— _
Other-than-life insurance agents	
4,210
2,112
610
78
154
4,020
1,611
741
70
153
3,887
1,644
656
70
151
3,742
1,525
666
74
159
3,532
1,526
726
Insurance adjusters	
Employees of insurance adjusters —
63
146
Totals 	
7,164
6,595
6,408
6,166
5,993
Real-estate agents, and salesmen employed by trust companies formerly exempt
from licensing, were required to be licensed, commencing January 1, 1969.
The number of real-estate agents' and salesmen's licences issued under the
Real Estate Act for the year 1969/70, in comparison with the previous four years,
is as follows;.—
Licences Issued to—
1969/70
1968/69
1967/68
1966/67
1965/66
1,273
4,724
1,120
4,804
1,043
4,166
970
3,515
882
3,288
Totals	
5,997
5,924
5,209
4,485
4,170
Pursuant to Part II of the Real Estate Act, documents have been processed
and filed in connection with 797 subdivisions since my last report.
The number of collection agents' licences issued for the year 1969 is given
below, together with a comparative table for the previous three years:—
Year
1969
1968
Licences Issued
to Collection
Agents
  105
     92
Year
1967
1966
Licences Issued
to Collection
Agents
  95
.  88
The Association of Superintendents of Insurance met at St. Andrews by the
Sea, New Brunswick, for its 52nd annual conference, commencing September 8,
1969. Attending at the sessions were more than 204 representatives of the insurance industry.
The association officers for the 1969/70 term are: President, Henry F.
Muggah, Q.C, Superintendent of Insurance, Province of Nova Scotia; Secretary,
Gordon Grundy, Superintendent of Insurance, Province of Ontario.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
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Following the election of officers, the Superintendents accepted the invitation
of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Province of Manitoba to hold the 1970
conference at Winnipeg, Man., commencing September 13, 1970.
Respectfully submitted.
E. T. CANTELL,
Superintendent of Insurance.
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  REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 37
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia.
Date of incorporation, February, 1904, R.S.B.C. 1904, chapter 57; amended,
March 29,  1934,  R.S.B.C.   1934,  chapter 70;   amended, April   11,  1946,
R.S.B.C. 1946, chapter 81.
Date commenced business, 1948.
Officers
K. B. Mossop, President.
L. H. Gledhill, Secretary.
Directors
K. B. Mossop.
P. B. Paine.
F. A. Griffiths.
R. F. Gardiner.
W. H. Molyneux.
Wm. A. Aubin.
Auditors
Riddell Stead & Co., Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1969
Capital Stock
Number
Authorized    80,000
Subscribed    44,389
Paid in cash    44,307
Or stock dividend  82
Total authorized
Total subscribed
Common
Par
Value
$5
Amount
$400,000
221,945
110,768
410
Preferred
Par
Number      Value Amount
20,000 $5        $100,000
Total paid in cash or stock dividend
Contributions to surplus	
Unpaid calls	
$500,000
221,945
111,178
Nil
Nil
Assets
Bonds 	
Stocks 	
Guarantee investment certificate
In
Canada
$59,582
23,000
Summary of investments (sub-total)   $82,582
Cash   2,701
Investment income due or accrued  808
Other assets   	
Gross assets
$86,091
Deduct assets not admitted
Outside
Canada
$111,353
93,910
$205,263
3,648
3,377
109,907
$322,195
29,907
Total
$170,935
93,910
23,000
$287,845
6,349
4,185
109,907
$408,286
29,907
Total assets admitted
$86,091
$292,288   $378,379
 B 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA
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
600
513
2,502
$3,623
473
81,995
$86,091
Outside
Canada
$23,955
6,956
9,706
843
9,725
$51,185
110,705
130,398
Total
$23,963
6,956
9,706
1,443
10,238
2,502
$54,808
111,178
212,393
$292,288        $378,379
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of
year 	
Net premiums written	
Sub-total	
In
Canada
$16
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year
Net premiums earned 	
Net claims incurred	
Agents' commission and allowances .
General expenses and taxes incurred
Total expenditure	
Underwriting profit (or loss)
Other income and expenditure
Net profit (or loss) .
$3
1,195
$1,198
$1,190
285
$905
Outside
Canada
$32,700
54,748
$87,448
23,955
$63,493
$29,600
22,479
12,297
$64,376
2,914
$2,031
Total
$32,708
54,756
$87,464
23,963
$63,501
$29,600
22,482
13,492
$65,574
$2,073
3,199
$1,126
Surplus Account
Net profit 	
Changes in unadmitted assets	
Changes in reserve for investment and contingencies
Net increase	
Decreases
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	
$14,921
308,650
$323,571
111,178
$212,393
Increases
$1,126
8,894
4,901
Returns for British Columbia
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,  1969
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIFE & CASUALTY COMPANY
Head Office—West Vancouver, British Columbia.
Date of incorporation, March, 1958.    Date commenced business, May, 1965.
B 39
Officers
R. O. Schuelke, President and Chairman
of the Board.
G. J. Chambers, Secretary and Treasurer.
J. D. Taylor, Vice-President, Sales.
Byron Straight, Actuary.
Directors
R. O. Schuelke.
G. J. Chambers.
F. F. Becker.
A. R. Heath.
Auditors
Touche, Ross & Co., Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1969
Capital Stock
Capital stock authorized—
Amount .                           ..                               	
$2,000,000
Number of shares                                                                             	
20,000
Par value                                                ..                    ...    ... 	
$100 each
Number of        Amount
Capital stock issued and outstanding—                                                   Shares          Subscribed
At beginning of year      ...   ....... ... .   5,656        $565,600
Amount Paid
in Cash
$565,600
Issued during year          . .    ...                           2                 200
200
Total at end of year  5,658        $565,800
$565,800
Amount of unpaid calls at end of year, nil.
Premium on capital stock—
Total amount beginning of year                                                             ..
$1,469,800
Amount received during year  .                              ...                 	
499,800
$1,969,600
Assets
Bonds owned by the company                                   ______                    	
$1,564,099
Stocks owned by the company                        _                .                   	
84,824
Mortgage loans on real estate                                                                           	
968,277
Real estate owned by the company .      _..        .........       	
113,114
Policy loans                                                                                       	
27,176
Guarantee investment receipts, Royal Trust Co.
489,000
Mortgage in process (interest bearing)       ..             .      .           ...
34,639
Cash             ...     ...                   	
77,955
Investment income, due and accrued              ...    „              _   	
36,685
Outstanding life insurance premiums and annuity considerations         	
76,599
Accident and sickness premiums due and unpaid effective after September 30th of
current year (net commissions deducted) 	
389
Deduct assets not admitted—mortgage in process (interest bearing) 	
$3,472,757
34,639
$3,438,118
 B 40 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liabilities, Capital, and Surplus
Actuarial reserve for life insurance and annuity contracts in force  $1,424,742
Aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance  10,276
Outstanding claims under insurance and annuity contracts, including provision for
unreported claims          71,063
Amounts on deposit with the company, pertaining to insurance and annuity contracts and including interest accumulations         613,132
Insurance premiums and annuity considerations received in advance, including $24
accident and sickness premiums  27,920
Provision for dividends to policyholders   37,161
Taxes, licences, fees due and accrued  27,596
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations, due and accrued—
Life and annuity  $3,661
Accident and sickness        675
  4,336
General and investment expenses due and accrued  12,252
Amounts received but not yet allocated  19,509
Total liabilities  $2,247,987
Capital stock paid  565,800
Surplus in shareholders' fund ] 624,331
Surplus in insurance and annuity funds]  '
Grand total   $3,438,118
Summary of Operations
Premiums and annuity considerations—
(a) Life insurance and annuities  $1,627,901
{b) Accident and sickness insurance   53,771
  $1,681,672
Net investment income        181,865
Total income   $1,863,537
Claims incurred under insurance and annuity contracts, other than under settlement
annuities—
(a) Life insurance and annuities         $88,691
(_>) Accident and sickness insurance  12,406
$101,097
Normal increase in actuarial reserve   581,016
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with the company  30,160
Interest on claims  3,379
Taxes, licences, and fees, excluding investment taxes  27,993
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations  433,332
General expenses (excluding investment expenses)   545,405
Dividends to policyholders   301,887
Total   $2,024,269
Balance carried to Surplus Account      $160,732
Surplus Account
Surplus, December 31, 1968—
(a) In shareholders'fund ] $239 671
(_>)  In insurance and annuity funds)  '
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
Increases
Recovery of prior year's advances written off	
Issuance of capital stock
Decrease in assets not admitted
Total increase
B 41
$31,531
499,800
14,061
$545,392
Decreases
Balance carried from summary of operations—Total decrease before dividends to
shareholders  	
Dividends to shareholders
Net increase 	
Surplus, December 31, 1969—
(a) In shareholders' fund 1
(b) In insurance and annuity funds J
$160,732
Nil
$384,660
624,331
Returns for British Columbia
{See pages 60, 93)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 B 42
BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia.
Date of incorporation, May 11, 1901.    Date commenced business, March 5, 1914.
Officers
M. Trotzuk, General Manager.
D. H. Bell-Irving, Secretary.   A. C. K. Sloan, Treasurer.
Directors
D. H. Bell-Irving.
A. C. K. Sloan.
Lloyd F. Stevens.
R. M. Ivey.
Auditors
Clarkson, Gordon & Co., Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1969
Authorized..
Subscribed..
Paid in cash (or stock dividend)..
Capital Stock
Common
Number
Par Value
Amount
250
$100
$25,000
.   100
100
10,000
.  	
10,000
Preferred
Number    Par Value Amount
Nil        Nil Nil
Nil Nil Nil
Nil Nil Nil
Premium on capital stock	
Other contributions to surplus
Total
Contributions to Surplus
$200
Nil
$200
Unpaid Calls
Amount of calls unpaid at end of year—
Preferred shares  ...     	
Premium                _ 	
Bonds (book value") 	
Assets
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
Nil
$150,937
8,582
1,885
23,875
50
$185,329
1,308
$184,021
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969 B 43
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 80 per cent  $147,982
Provision for unpaid claims       18,643
Expenses due and accrued (taxes)       16,366
Total liabilities   $182,991
Capital stock subscribed and paid  10,000
Paid in premium on capital stock  200
Surplus account (deficit)   9,170
Total liabilities   $ 184,021
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year at 80 per cent  $141,856
Net premiums written      162,452
Sub-total    $304,308
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year at 80 per cent     147,982
Net premiums earned  $156,326
Net claims incurred  $114,599
Commissions and allowances        37,374
General expenses and taxes incurred       15,259
Total expenditure   $ 167,232
Underwriting loss      $10,906
Other income         8,994
Net loss   $1,912
Surplus
Decreases Increases
Net loss   $1,912 	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets        760 	
$2,672
Capital stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning of year 3,702
Capital stock and surplus at end of year (surplus for protection of
policyholders)      $1,030
Deduct paid in capital stock at end of year  10,200
Deficit per balance-sheet  $9,170
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 44
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FRASER VALLEY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Burnaby, British Columbia.
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.
Robert Selkirk.
V. Howard Chadwick.
Dr. M. A. Edworthy.
Directors
Mrs. H. W. Martin.
Dr. H. N. Watson.
R. G. Clements.
J. P. Swansborough.
A. G. LaCroix.
P. L. Richardson.
Auditors
Clarkson, Gordon & Co., Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1969
Assets
Bonds and trust certificates
Cash 	
Investment income due and accrued
Instalment premiums receivable 	
Other assets 	
Gross assets
Deduct assets not admitted 	
Total assets admitted
$154,973
5,278
2,618
4,557
153
$167,579
Nil
$167,579
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 	
$7,357
1,593
Other liabilities
Total liabilities
Reserves—Investment and contingencies .
Surplus 	
$1,841
6,303
20,000
25
8,950
4,367
$41,486
10,000
116,093
$167,579
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE
B 45
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year
Net premiums written 	
Sub-total
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year
Net premiums earned 	
Net claims incurred	
Commissions and allowances	
General expenses and taxes incurred
Total expenditure 	
Underwriting loss 	
Other income (expenditure)
Net loss 	
$1,773
93,060
$94,833
1,841
$92,992
$49,821
26,396
71,171
$147,388
$54,396
14,202
$40,194
Surplus Account
Net loss 	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets	
Changes in reserve for contingencies (outstanding claims) 	
Net decrease 	
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	
Decreases
.. $40,194
Increases
$1,375
6,000
$32,819
148,912
$116,093
Nil
$116,093
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.
 B 46
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FRUIT GROWERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, British Columbia.
Date of incorporation, March 15, 1955.    Date commenced business, September 23, 1955.
E. M. Tait, President.
R. Maddocks, Vice-President.
Officers
H. B. Earle, General Manager and Secretary.
R. Price, Treasurer.
E. Tait.
R. Maddocks.
D. P. Fraser.
Directors
D. Richard.
E. Malen.
J. H. Stuart.
A. R. Garrish.
J. B. Kidston.
Auditors
Rutherford Bazett & Co., Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1969
Guarantee Stock
Guarantee stock authorized—
Amount    $500,000
Number of shares       20,000
Par value  $25 each
.-, . i   ■ j       j j. Number of Amount       Amount Paid
Guarantee stock issued and outstanding— Shares Subscribed        in Cash
At beginning of year   15,020        $375,500        $375,500
Issued during the year     1,762 44,050 44,050
16,782        $419,550        $419,550
Assets
Bonds   	
Stocks 	
Mortgage loans and sales agreements
Real estate 	
Summary of investments (sub-total)
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued	
Amounts due from agents and brokers 	
Amounts owing by reinsurers	
Other assets 	
Gross assets
Deduct assets not admitted	
Total assets admitted
$838,716
122,404
8,349
158,042
$1,127,511
185
11,842
227,139
48,225
49,140
$1,464,042
40,640
$1,423,402
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 47
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 80 per cent  $378,561
  3,078
  509,642
      13,816
  40,581
  16,568
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent
Provision for unpaid claims
Provision for adjustment expenses of unpaid claims
Bank overdraft and loans	
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts	
Expenses due and accrued—
Trade 	
Taxes 	
$8,227
39,506
Other liabilities
Total liabilities
Capital and surplus—
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid
Deficit 	
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year—
At 80 per cent	
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 	
Commissions and allowances 	
General expenses and taxes incurred
Total expenditure	
Underwriting loss 	
Other income (expenditure)
Net profit 	
47,733
39,104
$1,049,083
419,550
45,231
$1,423,402
$475,946
577
$476,523
752,663
$1,229,186
$378,561
3,078
381,639
$847,547
$554,848
64,550
99,883
394,180
$913,695
$66,148
94,348
$28,200
 B 48 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Decreases
Net profit	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets	
Paid to agents for goodwill re portfolios       $826
Net increase	
Capital stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning of year
Capital stock paid in during year	
Capital stock and surplus at end of year (surplus for protection of
policyholders)  	
Deduct paid in capital stock at end of year 	
Deficit as per balance-sheet	
Increases
$28,200
114
$27,488
302,781
44,050
$374,319
419,550
$45,231
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 68, 72, 75, 78, 81, 85, 90, 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,  1969
B 49
THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia.
Date of incorporation, 1902.    Date commenced business, 1902.
Officers
H. S. Berry, President.
W. M. Page, Vice-President.
H. Bose, Treasurer.
E. T. Holtby, Manager Secretary.
H. S. Berry.
W. M. Page.
H. Bose.
L. Gilmore.
Directors
K. B. McKechnie.
R. Bridge.
T. J. Erskine.
G. Park.
J. C. Cherry.
T. A. Menzies.
O. N. WeUs.
Auditors
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company, Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1969
Guarantee Stock
Nil
Assets
Bonds 	
Short term bank deposits	
Summary of investments (sub-total)
Cash 	
Accrued investment income	
Insurance premiums receivable 	
Amounts owing by reinsurers	
Other assets	
Gross assets .
Deduct assets not admitted	
Total assets admitted
$134,048
20,000
$154,048
9,220
2,226
66,137
15,451
14,375
$261,457
15,807
$245,650
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent
Provision for unpaid claims	
Bank advance 	
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts
Expenses due and accrued—
Taxes	
Trade 	
Other liabilities
Total liabilities
Reserves (section 26 of the Mutual Fire Insurance Companies Act)
Capital and surplus—Surplus	
$116,289
15,460
12,500
45,545
$2,426
598
3,024
874
$193,692
34,000
17,958
$245,650
 B 50 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year  $105,488
Net premiums written      80,856
Sub-total   $186,344
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year     116,289
Net premiums earned     $70,055
Net claims incurred  $42,469
Net adjustment expense  200
Commissions and allowances  9,631
General expenses and taxes incurred  35,676
Total expenditures     $87,976
Underwriting loss     $17,921
Other income        5,547
Net loss     $12,374
Surplus
Decreases Increases
Net loss  $ 12,374 	
Changes in non-admitted ledger assets    $6,086
Transfer to reserves as required under section 26 of Mutual Fire Insurance Companies Act       3,000 	
$15,374 $6,086
Net decrease  $9,288
Surplus at beginning of year  27,246
Surplus at end of year (for protection of policyholders)   $17,958
Surplus per balance-sheet  $17,958
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.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 51
PACIFIC COAST FISHERMEN'S MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia
Date of incorporation, March 11, 1945.    Date commenced business, June 11, 1945.
Morgan Berg, President.
Olav Moan, Vice-President.
Officers
H. A. Christenson, Secretary and General Manager.
A. Sorbo, Treasurer and Assistant Manager.
John Chambers.
Olav Moan.
Stanley Sorensen.
Morgan Berg.
Geoff Phillips.
Glen Martinolich.
Ross E. Riley.
Directors
Robert Kreutziger.
Conrad Plensky.
Erling Wick.
Olav Bjorge.
Norman Ostrom.
W. K. Mead-Miller.
Richard Williams.
Lincoln McElhinney.
Elling Reite.
R. H. Bentsen.
Robert Emerson.
Walter Emerson.
Bill Warnock.
Ralph Wick.
Auditors
Campbell, Sharp, Nash & Field, Chartered Accountants.
Statement For The Year Ended December 31, 1969
Guarantee Stock
Authorized—
Amount 	
Number of shares_.
Par  value	
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid at end of year (2,099 shares).
Contribution to  surplus	
Unpaid   calls	
$25,000
2,500
$10 each
$20,990
Nil
Nil
Assets
Bonds 	
Stocks 	
Term deposits in credit unions
Summary of investments (sub-total)
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued	
Instalment premiums receivable	
Amounts owing by reinsurers	
Other assets 	
Gross assets 	
Deduct assets not admitted
Total assets admitted
$1,531,197
22,915
30,000
$1,584,112
13,524
35,312
127,124
44,133
222,687
$2,026,892
347,182
$1,679,710
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Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent	
Provision for unpaid claims	
Bank overdraft	
Members credit balances 	
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts	
Expenses due and accrued—Trade	
Total liabilities 	
Reserves—
Provision for lay-up credits
Patronage refund retained ...
Contingency reserve	
$200,000
124,144
105,535
Guarantee stock and surplus—
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid
Surplus 	
$723,164
164,300
3,577
17,161
3,390
2,431
$914,023
429,679
20,990
315,018
$1,679,710
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year .
Net premiums written 	
Sub-total
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year
Net premiums earned	
Net claims incurred	
Net adjustment expenses	
Commissions and allowances 	
General expenses and taxes incurred
Total expenditure	
Underwriting profit	
Other income (expenditure)
Net profit 	
Net profit	
Changes in unadmitted assets
Patronage refunds paid 	
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Decreases
$183,325
525,933
$584,402
1,232,366
$1,816,768
723,164
$1,093,604
$412,073
12,633
Nil
95,299
$520,005
$573,599
87,141
$660,740
Increases
$660,740
Net decrease 	
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning of year 	
Guarantee stock paid in during year	
Guarantee stock and surplus at end of year (surplus for protection of policyholders) 	
Deduct paid in guarantee stock at end of year	
Surplus per balance-sheet	
$48,518
383,666
860
$336,008
20,990
$315,018
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.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 53
ROBERTS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Clearbrook, British Columbia.
Date of incorporation, 1948.    Date commenced business, 1948.
H. H. Pauls, President.
H. K. Peters, Vice-President.
Officers
C. H. Hiebert, Secretary.
J. H. Derksen, Manager.
H. H. Pauls.
H. K. Peters.
C. A. Thiessen.
A. Schmidt.
Directors
J. P. Martens.
H. P. Fast.
C. H. Hiebert.
J. J. Wiebe.
A. J. Jantzen.
J. G. Sawatsky.
J. J. Esau.
Auditors
Janzen, Fribance & Co., Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1969
Assets
Bonds 	
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued
Premiums receivable	
Amounts due from agents and brokers
Other assets 	
Gross assets.
Deduct assets not admitted .
Total assets admitted
$17,018
9,237
124
1,864
385
2,117
$30,745
2,117
$28,628
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent
Expenses due and accrued—Trade 	
Total liabilities
Reserves—Investment and contingencies
Capital and surplus—Surplus 	
$6,633
475
$7,108
15,500
6,020
$28,628
 B 54 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year     $7,579
Net premiums written       3,114
Sub-total    $10,693
Less unearned premium included in liabilities at end of year        6,633
Net premiums earned      $4,060
Net claims incurred         $ 3 09
Commissions and allowances  72
General expenses and taxes incurred       3,011
Total expenditure      $3,392
Underwriting profit   668
Other income       1,960
Net profit      $2,628
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Decreases Increases
Net profit       $2,628
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets      329
Changes in reserve for investments and contingencies     $5,500 	
Net decrease   $2,543
Surplus at the beginning of the year  8,563
Surplus at end of year (for protection of policyholders)   $6,020
Surplus per balance-sheet  $6,020
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 69)
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,  1969
SEABOARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
B 55
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia.
Date of incorporation, 1953.
Harry J. Seed, President.
C. E. Boulter, Treasurer.
Officers
Joseph M. Burnett, Secretary and
Executive Vice-President.
Kenneth F. Rudd, Vice-President.
Joseph M. Burnett.
Ralph T. Cunningham.
Graham R. Dawson.
Directors
James J. Elliott.
Malcolm S. Fergusson.
Ernest Hudson.
Eugene A. Rodko.
Harry J. Seed.
Charles H. Wills.
Auditors
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Chartered Accountants.
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1969
Capital Stock
Authorized—
Amount	
Number of shares
Par value	
Capital stock issued and outstanding—
At beginning of year	
During the year	
Number of
Shares
.  328,025
300
Total at end of year .
Amount
Subscribed
$1,640,125
1,500
$3,000,000
600,000
$5 each
Amount Paid
in Cash
$1,640,125
1,500
328,325        $1,641,625        $1,641,625
Premium on Capital Stock
Total amount paid at beginning of year .
Amount received during the year	
Total amount paid at end of year .
$138,781
600
$139,381
Assets
Bonds owned by the company ..
Stocks owned by the company .
Mortgage loans on real estate ...
Policy loans	
Cash 	
Investment income, due and accrued .
Outstanding life insurance premiums and annuity considerations	
Accident and sickness premiums due and unpaid effective after September 30th of
current year 	
Cash surrender value of life insurance policy on president	
Due from reinsurers—Experience refunds	
Recoverable deposits 	
Segregated funds	
Total assets
$2,856,518
219,577
928,882
45,372
61,389
52,429
94,603
11,542
8,668
3,097
2,000
1,055,008
$5,339,085
 B 56 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liabilities
Actuarial reserve for life insurance and annuity contracts in force  $1,834,256
Aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance        166,500
Outstanding claims under insurance and annuity contracts, including provision for
unreported claims         181,250
Amounts on deposit with the company, pertaining to insurance and annuity contracts
and including interest accumulations        814,656
Insurance premiums and annuity considerations received in advance  2,534
Taxes, licences, and fees, due and accrued         30,343
General and investment expenses, due and accrued  17,038
Amounts received but not yet allocated  16,976
Segregated funds      1,055,008
Miscellaneous liabilities—
Income tax withheld, C.P.P., U.I.C  $6,489
Agents' credit balances  11,856
Miscellaneous           191
  18,436
Total liabilities   $4,137,097
Capital stock paid  1,641,625
Surplus in shareholders' fund  139,381
Surplus in insurance and annuity funds  579,018
Grand total   $5,339,085
Summary of Operations
Premiums and annuity considerations—
Life insurance and annuities  $2,005,356
Accident and sickness insurance        527,989
 ■ $2,533,345
Net investment income   255,3 66
Miscellaneous revenue—Reinsurance experience refunds  3,218
Total income  $2,791,929
Claims incurred under insurance and annuity contracts, other than under settlement
annuities—
(a) Life insurance and annuities  $631,420
(_>) Accident and sickness insurance     238,726
  $870,146
Normal increase in actuarial reserve  304,110
Increase in aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance  62,200
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with the company  40,109
Interest on claims   335
Taxes, licences, and fees, excluding investment taxes  44,438
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations  269,719
General expenses     682,852
Dividends to policyholders  155,540
Group experience refund  3 59,251
Total   $2,788,700
Balance carried to Surplus Account  $3,229
Surplus Account
Surplus at December 31, 1968—
(a)  In shareholders' fund  $138,781
(_>) In insurance and annuity funds     581,965
      $443,184
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969 B 57
Increases
Balance carried from summary of operations  $3,229
Net capital gain on investments  19,769
Premium paid on capital stock  600
Total increase        $23,598
Decreases
Increase in actuarial reserve due to changes in valuation bases        $20,051
Total decrease before dividends to shareholders        $20,051
Net increase before dividends to shareholders  $3,547
Surplus at December 31, 1969—■
(a) In shareholders' fund  $139,381
(b) In assurance and annuity fund     579,018
$439,637
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.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
WESTCO INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia.
Date of incorporation, April 1, 1966 (special Act, chapter 71, 1966).
Date commenced business, October 2, 1969.
Officers
Austin Chapman, Chairman of the Board.
Brian Rudkin, President.
Austin Chapman, Treasurer.
Jerome B. Simon, Secretary.
Directors
Austin Chapman. Philip Knight.
Brian Rudkin.
Edward H. Hamm.
James E. Joyce.
A uditors
McDonald, Currie & Co., Chartered Accountants.
Authorized ..
Subscribed ...
Paid in cash.
Statement for the Period Ended December 31, 1969
Capital Stock
Common
Class B Common
Par
Par
Number
Value         Amount
Number    Value      Amount
Total
4,950,000
$1      $4,950,000
50,000       $1        $50,000
$5,000,000
450,000
1           450,000
50,000        1        50,000
500,000
450,000
       ....        50,000
500,000
Premium on capital stock
Contributions to Surplus
$576,901
Amount of calls unpaid at end of year-
Common 	
Unpaid Calls
Class B Common
Premium 	
Nil
Nil
Nil
Assets
Bonds
Cash
Summary of investments  (sub-total)
Investment income due or accrued
Instalment premiums receivable .	
Other assets 	
Gross assets	
Deduct assets not admitted
Total assets admitted
$1,000,308
$1,000,308
55,771
3,021
84,141
24,269
$1,167,510
24,269
$1,143,241
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 59
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent.
Provision for unpaid claims
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts
Expenses due and accrued—
Trade 	
Taxes 	
Total liabilities 	
Capital and surplus—
Capital stock subscribed and paid
Surplus 	
      .       $157,485
  13,127
  15,804
$29,907
4,278
  34,185
      $220,601
$500,000
422,640
922,640
$1,143,241
Profit and Loss Account
Net premiums written  $ 173,812
Sub-total  $173,812
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year  157,485
Net premiums earned  $16,327
Net claims incurred   18,521
Net adjustment expenses   1,219
General expenses and taxes incurred  132,727
Total expenditure  $ 152,467
Underwriting loss  136,140
Other income (and expenditure)   58,783
Net loss	
Surplus
Net loss	
Changes in unadmitted assets 	
Expenses of prior periods now written off	
Net decrease 	
Capital stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning
of year 	
Capital stock paid in di u ihg year	
Premium on capital stock"paid in during year	
Capital stock and surpl is at end of year (surplus for protection
of policyholders"/'	
Deduct paid in capi  ■_ stock at end of year	
Surplus per balan'    sheet	
77,357
$154,261
26
499,987
576,888
Decreases
$77,357
Increases
24,269
52,635
$922,640
500,000
$422,640
Statemf
published i'
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 73)
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Premium Income
Disbursements
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Group
Total
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Other
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Total
1965	
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77,950
82,034
87,794
92,140
$1,198
1,168
1,091
1,047
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30,803
33,036
37,740
36,355
$103,891
109,921
116,161
126,581
129,396
$31,441
30,167
34,749
37,723
42,334
$42,975
51,309
55,390
58,225
70,060
$74,416
81,476
90,139
95,948
112,394
$6,379,512
7,185,427
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B 67
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1969
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$491,112
136,736
27,563
125,612
1,024,265
147,078
—4,220
183,784
291,459
490,236
84,089
14,039
1,388
404,768
3,043
417
23,048
194,448
56,757
138,345
369,178
43,360
182,778
15
234,797
17,568
7,197
250,354
82,020
710,962
—2,522
—293
2,623
53,979
938,220
154,185
40,771
(2)
$488,507
11,928
20,147
74,046
838,374
175,774
1,804
157,718
114,222
397,128
88,682
13,067
802
337,400
149,089
40
27,134
201,840
57,856
124,665
373,743
41,490
179,644
193
222,639
19,081
7,483
251,155
59,951
1,068,138
—3,107
— 106
9,309
56,148
927,907
136,561
135
36,106
(3)
$182,284
350
10,300
50,993
535,810
3,311
— 15
103,104
97,609
264,096
33,352
5,577
Per Cent
37.30
29.30
51.10
68.90
63.90
1.90
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd   	
65.40
85.50
66.50
37.60
42.70
Arkwright-Boston Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co. -
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd 	
14,947
77,107
4.40
51.70
22,614
107,234
44,082
101,029
202,698
21,506
206,306
-453
130,863
8,314
4,328
126,476
30,051
429,562
836
108
10,350
32,460
447,286
105,056
59
24,213
— 167
489,533
3,497
5,655
1,026
129,235
447,376
120,385
12,668
378,471
255,864
103,875
6,822
525,184
96,856
153,712
168,635
12,936
189,550
2,341
4,212
6,544
128,984
584,924
664,444
64,288
83.30
53.10
76.20
81.00
54.20
51.80
114.80
58.80
43.60
57.80
50.40
50.10
40.20
Canadian National Insurance Co   ~
111.20
57.80
48.20
76.90
43.70
67.10
1.529,413
—4,792
10,269
—3,049
249,698
—322
1,907,722
161,545
16,833
609,712
431,504
172,734
32,532
750,505
163,086
143,921
433,238
60,150
34,483
17,238
3,013
6,972
173,084
980,223
349,136
170,882
846,235
7,956
5,893
4,578
243,615
3,053
818,633
177,974
11,202
644,748
316,390
177,700
18,552
884,443
144,423
137,878
327,996
26,562
359,385
13,998
4,143
6,594
190,686
836,504
343,096
174,057
57.80
44.00
96.00
22.40
53.00
54.70
67.60
113.10
58.70
80.80
58.50
36.80
Dominion Insurance Corporation  	
59.40
67.10
111.50
51.40
48.70
52.70
Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin
16.70
101.70
Excess Insurance Co. Ltd. 	
99.20
67.60
69.90
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co	
193.70
37.00
$15,318,889
$13,392,987
$7,990,653
 B 68                                                        BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IV.—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Brought forward  _. _ __	
$15,318,889
259,956
228,162
1,255
67,328
95,217
33,018
562,162
92,239
1,853
87,382
139,489
23,658
77,816
83,788
210,516
9,894
1,579
453,909
—675,729
20,990
347
430,624
920,831
40,357
231,458
23,575
445,568
49,930
484,292
107,981
122,352
23,068
720,508
29,834
35,994
12,362
111,955
205,097
14,884
316,350
183,775
2,439
57,153
213,209
43,083
947,956
242,125
128,873
305,529
49,515
653,758
51,008
215,368
183,989
80,856
111,868
130,970
2,965
435,509
1,806,359
42,948
225,216
246,610
1,443,076
127,307
262,400
(2)
$13,392,987
303,803
248,479
581
88,225
260,980
32,485
744,912
89,163
2,164
73,185
191,623
32,365
68,854
82,192
212,316
9,450
2,535
422,504
702,004
18,795
655
398,026
782,626
45,884
254,873
23,027
411,451
44,657
547,504
109,546
94,949
26,226
536,493
24,305
36,515
12,241
107,510
210,751
—5,737
(3)
$7,990,653
204,500
112,108
Per Cent
67.30
45.10
60.00
37.60
44.10
103.90
131.10
76.20
100.40
46.20
16.70
53.20
55.90
46.40
860.50
42.70
84.40
183.50
58.60
75.10
53.30
39.40
93.20
41.60
36.80
50.30
56.00
101.30
53.30
143.70
55.00
56.00
36.90
37.80
52.20
38.20
55.90
54.10
40.20
138.40
5.10
38.80
71.70
124.70
1.10
60.20
71.20
66.00
60.60
53.60
48.30
142.40
58.70
127.40
103.80
48.90
49.40
97.80
43.90
49.20
52,975
98,177
14,314
774,249
116,886
1,648
73,486
88,645
5,391
36,627
45,978
98,447
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.—
21,813
180,327
—2,395
15,864
1,202
233,085
587,824
24,455
100,351
18,921
171,074
16,442
275,375
61,305
96,191
13,976
770,731
13,381
20,435
4,523
40,705
110,029
7,544
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd   _.
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada ....
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd       ..
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd. 	
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co.—	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd. 	
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd......    .   _	
196,074
818
41,695
238,945
40,000
975,631
244,810
115,378
257,462
29,245
592,518
44,926
206,614
162,090
70,055
120,343
99,038
3,786
460,535
1,882,426
39,783
186,981
255,037
1,458,319
120,510
209,273
74,893
London and Midland General Insurance Co.	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd	
23,298
129,246
16,097
1,349,990
12,477
44,716
184,648
36,466
6,811
27,054
147,173
106,951
42,469
64,496
47,864
5,391
270,336
2,397,374
41,290
91,383
125,909
1,426,993
52,845
102,950
London-Canada Insurance Co 	
Munich Reinsurance Co   	
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia	
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd.
New India Assurance Co. Ltd  _	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co 	
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's, London,
England _    _	
Nordisk Reinsurance Co. Ltd        	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd.	
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co 	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd.	
$29,614,602
$28,693,396
$19,326,362
	
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969 B 69
TABLE  IV.—FIRE  INSURANCE  PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$29,614,602
5,933
116,288
52,164
68,285
381,898
4,285
8,406
196,641
1,734
89,966
476,156
116,980
226,756
6,340
57,298
3,258
304,539
3,115
578,952
174,203
467,357
368,535
300,963
144,007
12,955
—5,602
34,301
29,819
156,480
369,994
—822
34,523
178,501
72,430
151,450
89,889
32,007
973,111
698,136
13,028
29,031
53,138
62,360
1,471
40,850
1,779
35,493
109,068
20,985
1,203,545
242,318
2,382
517,008
133,188
—3,516
10,431
798,821
(2)
$28,693,396
7,638
98,720
129,115
57,462
383,064
27,123
8,591
153,606
1,117
91,642
445,221
118,675
229,439
37,058
57,905
7,250
304,020
4,062
438,430
184,212
457,794
331,003
276,446
106,707
42,685
29,083
19,777
131,715
235,754
10,798
28,096
215,224
65,954
152,105
90,253
25,617
563,033
605,179
—25,125
29,169
50,382
31,477
7,705
34,691
890
67,174
90,172
19,774
1,104,047
266,961
2,502
558,925
131,183
527
47,984
749,225
(3)
$19,326,362
10,781
217,397
78,037
-977
188,765
16,524
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141.10
220.20
60.40
49.30
60.90
305,271
— 1,178
54,102
228,593
66,413
130,228
19,994
32,671
8,783
243,919
309
228,573
108,135
284,152
189,287
140,053
92,650
11,694
198.70
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd _	
59.00
51.30
56.00
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd  	
56.80
54.00
56.40
121.10
80.20
7.60
5.21
58.70
62.10
57.20
50.70
86.80
27.40
14,252
10,024
79,994
174,168
4,500
35,562
106,818
33,650
93,779
56,235
16,674
451,966
429,166
7,252
11,893
21,844
18,622
884
29,551
49.00
50.70
60.70
State Farm & Fire Casualty Co _.
73.90
41.70
126.60
49.60
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd..  __	
57.10
61.60
62.30
65.10
80.30
70.90
40.80
43.30
59.20
11.50
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd.. _ _.
85.10
11,736
92,533
10,105
525,086
180,578
2.838
309,831
106,533
—60
42,452
359,445
17 40
102.60
51.10
47.60
67.60
113.40
55.40
81.00
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd.    ....   ....
88.50
48.00
Totals for 1969   	
$39,867,213 | $38,032,632
$25,218,449
66.31
Totals for 1968 	
$32,935,553
$31,148,613
$15,524,848
49.84
 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
1965                   	
$23,097,000
24,677,000
30,560,000
32,936,000
39,867,000
$21,209,000
22,970,000
26,977,000
31,149,000
38,033,000
$9,519,000
19,369,000
13,718,000
15,525,000
25,218,000
Per Cent
44.88
1966   	
84.32
1967  	
1968	
1969  __ _	
50.85
49.84
66.31
TABLE VI.—RECIPROCAL EXCHANGES' PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1969
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)
$57,531
967,250
8,914
123,065
(2)
$51,010
1,110,291
8,369
125,235
(3)
$48,246
1,352,990
Per Cent
94.6
121.9
104,674
83.6
Totals for 1969      	
$1,156,760
$1,294,905
$1,505,910 |       116.5
Totals for 1968	
$1,037,098
$1,110,960
$975,762
83.8
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 71
TABLE VII.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1969
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$448,424
175,723
493,929
51,988
766,607
54,467
260,407
28,019
6,040,239
126,869
271
23,723
500
28,948
171,973
466,063
85,430
18,270
886,297
98,477
388,163
2,302
467,487
76,485
19,872
881,477
264,086
2,655,045
16,838
1,960
14,341
149,040
540,483
700,944
24,624
187,613
1,282,993
5,051
1,139
20,363
289,083
360,137
8,939
1,259,256
3,330,343
476,929
155
1,079,362
750,455
848,728
111,049
109,573
285,933
6,224,305
26,818
19,015
385,861
493,314
1,122,089
336,209
23,695
274,846
(2)
$431,068
176,429
383,302
38,907
737,400
55,432
238,783
28,019
5,865,766
126,862
264
24,105
497
31,297
303,249
451,509
82,286
17,807
851,006
94,557
329,668
1,836
419,131
86,374
19,222
846,849
260,746
2,487,265
34,628
4,027
15,806
144,164
468,531
617,833
23,130
190,757
959,347
4,607
13,768
51,129
254,752
369,648
6,218
1,279,882
3,242,178
461,324
147
1,097,040
763,030
755,383
108,960
71,972
626,108
5,580,204
24,919
52
13,192
396,051
444,094
1,071,861
311,540
29,238
267,708
(3)
$313,737
170,323
260,635
38,689
637,837
40,017
179,085
76,406
4,062,576
82,350
394
24,300
Per Cent
72.80
96.50
68.00
99.40
86.50
72.20
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd  _.  	
75.00
272.70
69.30
64.90
149.20
100.80
21,922
275,342
327,027
59,960
11,281
555,636
61,738
255,493
32
342,677
71,375
14,637
642,516
182,375
1,855,013
—29,266
—3,406
19,344
110,087
281,078
531,179
12,158
99,701
830,842
3,001
8,982
—35,417
207,686
392,602
7,713
1,346,134
2,618,251
348,872
70.00
90.80
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co. Ltd.. 	
72.40
72.90
63.40
65.30
65.30
77.50
1.70
81.80
82.60
76.10
75.90
69.90
74.60
122.40
76.40
60.00
86.00
52.60
52 30
86 60
65.10
65 20
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd  	
81.60
106 20
124.00
105.20
80 70
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd 	
75.60
1,156,078
398,806
591,203
95,046
49,006
526,857
3,671,304
18,822
10
8,467
420,644
272,704
751,228
215,109
17,832
190,554
105.40
52.30
78.30
87 20
68 10
84.10
65 79
Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin
75.50
19.20
64 20
106 20
61 41
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co.
70.10
69 00
60 90
71 20
Carried forward  _ 	
$35,743,024
$34,092,864
$25,696,584
 B 72 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VII.—AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND  LOSSES—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$35,743,024
45,430
853,004
633,909
674,200
306,633
466,240
195,096
151,747
623,316
—3,247
412,581
332,559
1,840,612
4,520
767,060
100,122
12,492
(2)
$34,092,864
45,987
786,111
737,634
631,076
281,426
759,113
186,180
142,733
572,099
—504
380,407
321,049
1,739,407
5,460
779,433
102,301
11,333
851,029
1,896,354
83,660
813,806
544,040
101,434
1,156,554
283,668
236,391
47,827
189,027
55,176
94,557
199,094
1,791,988
472,781
159,244
283,669
590,033
88,752
442,225
60,790
134,708
276,021
172,117
711,723
35,113
738,293
16,204
10,273
462,496
160,691
5,980
914,201
698,795
329,695
355,158
4,518,303
350,023
329,744
1,968
15,663
397,295
2,317
(3)
$25,696,584
65,132
727,037
538,184
537,898
226,924
515,094
150,557
167,979
508,654
—3,768
337,610
150,930
1,152,669
1,249
785,692
70,076
5,889
960
611,032
1,381,965
62,699
595,821
479,066
72,917
1,159,879
185,212
154,342
35,842
75,333
39,974
61,738
140,031
1,260,277
308,687
Per Cent
141.60
92.50
73.00
85.20
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd—
80.60
67.90
80.90
117.70
88.90
88.70
47.00
66.30
22.90
100.80
68.50
52.00
870,566
1,968,947
87,197
859,983
593,149
109,670
1,197,588
295,432
246,194
49,847
185,915
56,953
98,477
219,173
1,972,559
492,387
292,933
165,807
295,432
638,226
107,493
460,736
65,700
165,410
303,762
215,232
741,847
34,275
727,722
18,544
11,168
477,479
185,614
6,443
899,469
717,365
399,513
293,294
4,906,805
350,900
404,980
814
16,752
298,818
2,251
71.80
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada  —
72.90
74.90
73.20
85.40
71.90
100.30
65.30
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada ...
65.30
74.90
39.90
72.40
65.30
70.30
70.30
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd 	
65.30
London & Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd. -	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd 	
242,119
185,212
377,977
72,689
331,279
49,315
43,138
174,152
156,137
633,816
17,935
524,282
11,562
7,402
336,186
173,614
3,748
961,524
513,497
269,988
290,757
3,550,967
230,786
269,988
1,449
11,015
263,878
103
152.00
65.30
64.00
81 90
74 90
81 10
32 00
63 10
90 70
Merchants Marine Insurance Co. Ltd 	
89.10
51 10
71 00
Munich Reinsurance Co....	
71.40
72.10
National Employers Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd..
72.70
108 00
62 70
105 20
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's, London,
England   _	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd.	
73.50
81.90
78 60
65 90
Olympic Insurance Co.  	
81.90
73.60
70 30
66 40
4 40
$65,668,119
$62,652,989
$47,964,680
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969 B 73
TABLE  VII AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE  PREMIUMS  AND  LOSSES—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
(1)
$65,668,119
93,094
166,120
648,938
172
—6
248,401
1,233,769
320,052
325,240
48,959
19,128
99
368,541
689,267
359,787
744,904
2,779,524
258,657
714,849
91,936
-5,590
80,789
197,731
47,674
553,000
3,732,152
1,844
385,866
112,176
719,892
399,941
23,191
10,546
126,491
1,930,306
1,086,174
42,441
195,853
463
16,445
—2,131
244
168,936
52,715
65
3,746,744
440,205
173,812
198
1,236,830
880,143
—5,521
39,838
3,791,159
(2)
$62,652,989
90,912
260,705
622,490
129
90
240,273
1,127,760
307,308
293,031
76,062
19,344
73
359,969
526,202
365,680
715,319
2,598,252
232,042
718,594
90,071
(3)
$47,964,680
91,415
214,051
471,873
-211
44,272
183,479
836,766
200,646
289,643
62,305
6,803
— 112
274,508
381,155
384,609
463,030
1,862,755
144,991
485,285
68,276
Per Cent
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd — -	
100.60
82.10
75.80
76.40
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd —	
74.20
65.30
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd —   ■
98.80
81.90
35.20
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia  	
76.30
72.40
105.20
64.70
71.70
62.50
67.50
75.80
84,258
293,288
51,295
516,323
3,588,069
1,537
369,899
108,170
691,561
384,201
17,041
10,546
96,592
1,847,539
1,046,117
39,777
198,780
610
17,694
3,190
122
163,941
54,072
40
3,444,582
504,864
16,327
99
1,184,798
839,698
1,172
43,930
3,550,887
70,648
139,411
41,079
275,831
3,087,895
1,058
277,383
74,255
525,695
289,653
8,000
—20,261
17,024
1,638,545
762,365
28,637
172,969
—486
16,092
1,580
83.80
47.50
80.10
53.40
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co  	
Storebrand Insurance Co. Ltd	
86.10
68.80
75.00
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd 	
68.60
76.00
75.40
46.90
17.60
88.70
72.90
72.00
87.00
90.90
49.50
Victoria Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd   	
151,653
13,035
92.70
24.10
2,564,925
588,901
19,740
16
771,717
703,981
1,551
53,142
2,888,600
74.50
116.00
120.90
16 10
65.10
84.00
World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd.—	
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd  ._...
132.30
121.00
81.30
Totals for 1969-    	
$94,960,172
$90,468,314
$69,594,853
76.94
Totals for 1968	
$82,571,557
$80,530,354
$55,261,217
68.62
 B 74
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VIII.—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(Figures shown in nearest thousand.)
Year
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Premiums
Earned
1965..
1966..
1967_
1968.
1969...
$60,953,000
73,886,000
77,579.000
82,572,000
94,960,000
$53,985,000
67,368,000
76,220,000
80,530,000
90,468,000
$35,985,000
45,698,000
46,606,000
55,261,000
69,595,000
66.66
67.83
61.15
68.62
76.94
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 75
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1969
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.)
Personal Property
Real Property
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$247,830
92
2,467
181,234
5,089
31,028
55,802
7,532
1,880
551
5,229
51,564
17,115
28,749
89,485
11,562
45,123
3
8,145
95,105
21,320
890
4,643
19,325
159,456
7,285
6,674
545,104
49,828
3,725
26,779
—75,088
243,767
— 1,170
86,131
405.877
54,949
153
385,728
323,292
21,357
2,541
555.301
107,115
34,358
48,233
5,824
—49,501
3,147
16,104
1,287
2,021
58,874
242,977
34,976
18,523
54,648
44,214
23
9,305
126,715
48,180
$187,217
112
686
72,728
26,478
31,159
6,223
960
39
12,736
3,830
29,336
12,787
18,479
59,718
7,016
45,530
1
— 170
42,991
15,214
223
—236
10,568
103,896
10,519
1,667
241,105
36,204
13,697
-167
$43,808
Nil
34
10,536
4,103
66,645
$17,752
Nil
100
—11,425
3,724
481
747
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd   	
384
763
3,353
1,398
3,940
7,577
757
52,604
242
1 875
325
Bee Insurance Co. (L'Abeille I.G.A.R.D.) _    	
2,114
1,242
376
27,140
6,949
1,304
87
2,703
2,957
6
23,283
277
649
245,107
17,139
5,087
533
—45
52,629
3,142
777
-4,820
9,751
21,332
218
60
Century Insurance Co. of Canada   	
78,984
914
38,044
84,464
50,203
123
344,384
81,850
5,335
500
631,900
54,789
49,802
19,432
1,593
103,555
4,917
—4
795
497
53,788
43,703
12,529
10,647
43,724
25,208
1,618
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd.. _	
3,393
2,821
1,648
28,717
1
2,079
9,819
3,107
41,428
40,435
598
36,131
874
22,110
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co  _ 	
Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd  _	
Economical Mutual Insurance Co..— -  	
237
1,708
161
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd 	
4,061
Employers' Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin 	
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd.  ■ _	
16,728
263
—408
3,022
21,620
649
9,660
995
1,766
Federal Insurance Co  _ _ _	
Federated Mutual Implement & Hardware Insurance Co	
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada. 	
5,467
4,993
7 324
Florists' Mutual Insurance Co  	
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co 	
7,379
38,400
18,796
2,319
997
973
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd	
 B 76
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY—Continued
Personal Property
Real Property
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$152,809
17,115
28,912
76,387
45,288
18,151
280,805
380
243,565
5,549
336
170,277
378,921
6,683
36,237
4,837
10,974
112,923
5,717
57,149
24,201
26,741
3,943
693
103,779
14,027
8,067
18,648
167,829
47,783
2,412
103,225
38,309
126
12,821
35,295
12,520
10,658
163,668
45,861
51,327
124,824
6,435
50,986
38,936
34,532
17,221
944
275,520
1,750,963
949
85,242
12,526
181,720
145,837
90,325
—2,270
29,387
20,551
12,221
2,382
226,382
1,006
10
11,124
$75,390
10,768
54,118
57,717
29,750
11,167
168,639
—2,137
201,210
2,378
133,817
286,176
6,382
18,242
-2,338
15,421
209,036
3,080
48,425
14,890
12,247
3,951
752
37,993
11,037
4,963
5,703
51,331
27,604
2,835
14,937
—516
9,144
33,724
23,454
214
111,114
26,390
37,281
69,118
5,396
37,627
27,513
25,351
9,473
361
245,989
902,110
—634
33,978
39,933
134,758
92,268
29,838
2,921
11,439
-22,086
11,338
27,605
172,605
143
—305
2,778
$118
157
2,484
1,691
1,492
7,519
15,558
716
$80
350
3,467
2,269
847
802
24,169
303
13,608
31,398
784
2,186
3,286
7,433
152
2,525
323
80,514
203
1,601
1,990
4,232
29
205
28,433
884
663
7,671
Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co. Ltd.
1,494
25
1,129
941
— 17
Indemnity Marine Assurance Co. Ltd  	
Insurance Co. of North America	
216
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd.	
376
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd ___	
3,357
592
10,143
8,078
1,882
635
1,607
1,434
4,667
8,573
573
3,154
852
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co  	
1,750
5,308
4,599
51,210
4,335
3,806
...     _.._ |
4,703
3,782
2,527
6,407
3,870
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd.
New Hampshire Insurance Co   	
1,103
20,512
2,255,426
4
6,370
13,379
28,882
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's 	
573,202
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd _. 	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd   _  	
2,128
4,686
9,081
8,270
1,538
5,922
23,927
20,272
2,130
Perth Insurance Co. Ltd   	
Phoenix Assurance Cn. T.trl
2,339
9,295
1,082
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd   — . ._   .
—75
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 77
TABLE  IX.—MISCELLANEOUS  PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL PROPERTY—Continued
Personal Property
Real Property
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$137,275
26,218
224,627
8,402
15,666
103
72,668
62,216
110,208
111,792
441,849
149,465
48,534
17,025
—3,629
40,726
7,771
13,431
17,949
21,042
263
6,330
29,536
10,382
3,275
1,694
9,047
165,174
219,826
3,845
3,040
114,238
77,301
146
7,822
40,534
26,912
221,724
82,999
9
133,866
8,032
— 827
19,542
110,390
$74,794
16,130
144,731
7,837
14,648
64
44,539
21,907
98,396
65,189
217,256
50,078
26,679
6,069
26,081
6,339
6,580
13,853
16,546
808
4,242
28,186
5,412
1,151
497
7,631
80,943
158,197
3,638
1,591
88,747
51,201
$14,493
2,156
2,502
-87
1,824
$11,397
1,223
505
492
1,081
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia	
426
3,917
8,205
10,952
6,433
2,808
371
—385
2,457
14,232
525
11,553
3,035
12,488
1,452
132
Safeco Insurance Co. of America      	
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation 	
5,070
—211
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co 	
320
10,161
	
541
1,838
585
Storebrand Insurance Co. Ltd.. _  _
1,166
840
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd __ ..   — 	
Toronto General Insurance Co. Ltd 	
1,652
3,442
16,944
24,410
180
77
10,889
257
1
1,141
18
2,823
4,231
719
1,515
6,047
43
Union Reinsurance Co	
133
Unity Fire & General Insurance Co	
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd     	
5,782
4,735
28,765
81,347
75,304
65
82,958
2,091
210
10,281
55,415
1,419
2,401
2,471
314
Westchester Fire Insurance Co..   	
18,135
118,834
9,325
50,449
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd _ _
645
10,471
516
4,737
Totals for 1969              	
$13,022,669 |
$8,050,468
$3,557,064
$1,190,969
Totals for 1968 _	
$10,148,842 j
$6,079,770
$4,177,892
$1 919,072
 B 78
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TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Nil
Nil
$2,920
Nil
Nil
$11,077
-30
3,362
4,012
5,574
1,358
10,077
648
451,357
231
864
258
154
2,303
824
8,483
73
910
736
2,496
362
6
17,097
520
47
85,169
9,466
—2,694
12,230
— 115
1,618
4,185
60,599
801
148
12,611
549
1,074
816
2,276
6
10
4,484
47
— 1,290
3,550
1,658
619
1,995
954
3,343
1
227
734
150
2,047
2,653
27,922
189
193
23,468
53,077
371
9,047
12
1,554
$2,023
Nil
7,214
587
1,180
	
134
1,039
884
12,543
$840
136,745
538
155
310
Baltica Insurance Co. Ltd —	
171
550
1,504
1,161
2,938
1,197
315
3,987
28
970
1,359
7,121
2,037
3,129
33,825
10,254
3,117
	
	
5
589
1,069
7,012
2,066
29
35,391
25
1,453
13,603
Eagle Star Insurance Co. Ltd....   _   — —
225
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd ~
2,233
2
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd 	
48
1,145
2,212
59,699
—575
3,389
104
50
2,364
75
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd	
9,639
13
893
8
709
5,012
48
4,729
10,821
146
15,331
34,673
36
2,529
3 510
219
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969 B 79
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION—Continued
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
 1 _^_.
$42,332
$2,926
1,882
2,730
2,508
212
21,203
1,535
910
2,090
18,814
595
945
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Isurance of Canada.. 	
Imperial Insurance Office  	
	
788
49
$232
326
1,795
1,003
315
2,531
22 780
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. „     	
4,549
$1,575
4
1,697
2,953
480
2,005
2,412
981
3,022
6,707
2,212
3,063
6,873
120
3,746
6,350
6
698
43,285
138,935
14
1,847
10,041
4,852
2,579
1,865
93
—5
209
14,530
945
206
231
250
7,234
254
376
1,245
1,898
2,274
4,552
5,009
50,761
21
25,280
— 87,008
1,992
765
3,477
100
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's  	
North American Reinsurance Corporation..  „. ,,  .
8,747
764
	
218
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd     -
1,957
554
—218
3,131
—518
77
5,494
2,957
8,965
248
513
7,060
11,024
1,024
19,739
176
— 107
1,550
1,777
17,314
14,445
11,035
272
—645
672
3,089
104
399
1,641
-56
122
68
2,122
1,834
13,916
35,881
12,028
2,003
1,108
10,112
2,549
1,637
8
2,504
31
322
2,329
-50,163
578
159
2,051
— 1,085
87,025
2,552
15,420
 B 80
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TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION—Continued
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$10,493
208
$29,302
203
5,846
5,333
477
1,511
755
29,786
6,278
286
12,032
1,267
1,453
13,023
$19,216
 	
124
— 1,155
...    .	
19,826
686
1,369
28,770
1,603
3,097
29
6,409
259
8,336
9,049
Totals for 1969	
$167,923 |         $3,083 | $1,438,689
$782,816
Totals for 1968                     	
$126,859  1           —$60
$1,434,712
$692,249
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 81
TABLE IX MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
THEFT AND FORGERY
Theft
Forgery
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$11,142
52
279
24,058
4,352
5
885
337
768
2
3,582
1,357
156
12,895
1,433
8,785
11,919
1,323
153
11,110
6,399
166,811
156
1,146
3,886
10,920
4,963
—9,637
35,149
— 18
7,400
33,826
5,057
18
19,928
32,408
3,667
17,081
19,852
9,929
— 8,154
167
13
5,418
10,124
4,655
4,267
1,413
8,634
653
1,657
23,593
4,319
24,891
2,122
5,933
3,953
3,775
18,358
$9,395
Nil
714
19,517
3,151
1
$71           Nil
Nil
Nil
1
1,891
340
492
263
4,612
348
216
7,915
879
14,799
6,627
2,246
394
4,110
6,769
151,196
10
2,962
1,917
5,315
3,414
19
Bee Insurance Co. (L'Abeille I.G.A.R.D.)	
25
30
35
24,439
$534 Cr.
Canadian Reinsurance Co   —
18
-32
Century Insurance Co. Ltd _	
— 12
99
18
2
155
26,204
158
4,016
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd ._ __ ._	
	
1,864
9,801
44,348
9,480
8,400
13,656
7,233
20,392
1,997
3,964
4,205
7,056
4,823
3,377
3,183
19,683
1,194
11,410
3,614
6,976
4,650
1,979
32,096
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co _ 	
133
7
-82
Employers' Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin	
2
Nil
63
Nil
Gerling Global Reinsurance Co _ 	
132
10
37
Gore Mutual Insurance Co 	
325
11,001
—223
3,544
8,015
1,103
10,882
-36
13,826
31,271
1,445
Great Lakes Reinsurance Co.. ■ 	
196
443
 B 82
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TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
THEFT AND FORGERY—Continued
Theft
Forgery
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$24,721
14
4,642
1,334
7,264
4,298
3,582
827
13,129
905
1,433
112
1,004
7,164
9,833
4,298
35
3,309
7,633
516
13
6,065
1,935
2,776
2
18
146
82
3,582
2,617
4
14,234
1,154
10,425
8,545
32,020
5,705
10,557
8
1,153
2,365
16,119
39
1,910
13,405
4,656
3,377
1,021
203
22
3,374
8,447
5,694
10,852
6,565
3,571
3,217
-61
1,439
1,380
2,448
623
3
41
6,387
$21,641
$75
2,490
1,852
3,794
2,638
2,199
630
5,371
232
879
74
61
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada	
$590
13
25
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co -   —    -       	
4,397
123
125
74
6
2,638
748
1,406
5,829
230
London & Midland General Insurance Co 	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd 	
Maryland Casualty Co.      ....
3,682
749
1,124
1,525
6
316
227
4,612
2,302
	
	
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd	
7,001
375
5,223
5,621
42,374
8,407
5,222
433
2,378
14,092
Ill
39
26
187
40
-64
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd   — 	
107
4,938
13,227
2,858
2,308
1,205
— 87
3,103
983
2,800
6,598
— 1,159
1,064
2,675
80
—10
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd. 	
	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia - -  	
44
181
	
9
2,182
449
617
2
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co  - .   _	
191
4,881
	
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 83
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
THEFT AND FORGERY—Continued
Theft
Forgery
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$1,353
8,534
4,751
5,099
28,816
17,251
20
1,062
8,133
89
59
49
1,287
18,677
7,585
18,007
3,745
— 11
227
36,094
$1,901
3,392
1,884
—3,781
10,346
4,421
4
196
1,411
5
193
$29
16
245
	
	
127
14,711
2,796
10,993
—279
3
306
	
29
12,034
Totals for 1969      	
$1,103,997
$800,881
$27,798 |         $1,060
Totals for 1968 - -     	
$948,027
,    $571,285
$13,062 1             $664
 B 84
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TABLE IX.
-MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS  AND  LOSSES—Continued
WINDSTORM AND BOILER
Windstorm
Boiler
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$9,640
193,5271
150,565
8,956
995
11,300
52
269
4
7,161
— 1,648
— 101
34,726
29,765
3,880
— 108
—2
101,810
10,911
14,977
2,797
$100
183,239
	
58,090
3,188
354
744
450
$17
15
728
624
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd 	
1,080
1,940
—$6,000
2,200
48
32
797
162
	
366
11
50
2,985
2,488
48
78
995
4,976
15,740
2,985
4,919
345
10,573
1,108
63,610
10,933
24,804
57,579
10,821
14,092
11,916
6,914
8,437
—91
3,234
92
9,922
17,020
1,652
13,883
33
40
103,404
1,063
885
	
354
1,771
1,063
158
42,760
— 10,140
13,750
520
12
1,741
Non-Marine Underwriters, Member of Lloyd's 	
3,000
587
631
586
838
720
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd	
Quebec Assurance Co.   	
1,151
134
5
208
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd	
2,656
99
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
	
300
Security Mutual Casualty Co   _ _	
Sun Insurance Office Ltd	
Travelers Indemnity Co	
546
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd 	
202
United States Fire Insurance Co _ _	
9
Wellington Fire Insurance Co.— __ 	
-151
13,045
271
130
Western Assurance Co.	
4 427
Zurich Insurance Co. ~	
Totals for 1969  	
$3,739 |     -$3,000 |     $997,367
$315,597
Totals for 1968 _	
_6 6?9 1        ti nnn I     «_.qi iki
$109,278
i Boiler and machinery.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 85
TABLE  IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS
Machinery
Plata Glass
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Nil
Nil
$4,482
117
4,874
2,311
13
442
54
287
1
1,469
424
41
$3,620
55
3,827
1,372
	
462
90
1,262
1,477
385
Bee Insurance Co. (L'Abeille I.G.A.R.D.) 	
1
$60,183
15,186
Nil
1,687
$26,485
1,498
Nil
166
481
British America Assurance Co    	
4,529
1,624
503
4,956
4,436
343
92
2,650
6,399
29,515
76
694
3,460
3,872
853
— 16,590
42,879
—51
2,803
2,860
1,145
318
4,185
2,007
2,019
367
36
1,683
6,769
21,497
31
272
8
736
2,110
	
539
25,892
69
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd.. 	
1,214
—323
291
1,223
525
3,547
99
10,116
11,173
2,222
201
8,737
3,414
6,053
—635
32
3,800
5,535
9,240
1,404
2,614
83
7,066
4,747
1,325
13,512
957
4,921
3,280
1,132
8,101
1,732
13
4,325
9,781
754
13,788
38
2,228
2,208
216,347
116,396
6,890
5,709
871
89
185,440
99,767
5,906
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.	
2,157
3,103
1,421
700
2,936
2,367
939
4,139
1,590
3,088
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co  	
71,231
7,673
265,561
2,398
413
10,560
3,222
2,117
6,874
863
1,168
32
375
1,610
778
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada __
Gore Mutual Insurance Co 	
715
4,158
2,903
9
3,927
8,883
481
|
7,968
1
763
 B 86
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS—Continued
Machinery
Plate Glass
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$469
2,956
1,510
1,258
431
1,843
283
503
41
372
2,516
4,875
1,510
1,639
3,977
247
$530
$499
416
3,172
$5,062
4,218
953
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada	
795
275
1,023
257
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd.    _	
1,687
166
318
48
432
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd.-	
8,437
1,683
5,062
453
832
1,589
499
102
953
428
2,537
56
23,092
1,558
1,178
1,142
1,704
119
31
25
368
157
236
44
35
22
42,686
88,006
1,469
1,531
15
7,226
42
3,994
3,858
21,058
1,508
4,112
30
700
918
6,723
1,157
12,324
1,635
1,352
208
73
1,311
5,220
2,890
3,813
171
3,542
2,318
647
— 12
379
1,353
2,080
722
1
1,477
334
154,533
8,658
1,779
1,811
83,140
1,560
378
409
4,922
—68
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd....  ...
1,591
1,713
20,820
1,373
Ocean Accident & Corporation Ltd	
1,925
379
1,590
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd _
342
947
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd	
5,429
454
8,378
5,484
541
1,033
945
153
87
367
641
2,036
61,813
24,474
33,256
1,251
1,968
2,384
— 1
1,363
1,367
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation	
9,714
16,445
327
356
944
1,327
267
8
3,319
2,121
479
2,161
1,204
4,302
5,396
1
2,468
309
3
537
1,377
765
198
—617
1,284
4,900
806
426
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
_5 87
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS—Continued
Machinery
Plate Glass
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$208
30,363
5,321
6,331
3,649
— 15
212
19,831
$17
24,421
3,311
$21,394
$2,081
3,973
2,222
86
13,285
Totals for 1969   .
$955,807
$742,349
$449,213
$318,959
Totals for 1968	
$441,307
$44,703
$580,231
$339,373
 B 88                                                    BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
GUARANTEE
Fidelity
Surety
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$4,531
24,102
4,591
549
694
579
1
8,735
931
—426
9,689
663
11,962
148,692
$8,725
4,153
773
$4,739
45,313
—296
745
2,721
786
$21
430
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co  , _ _    _   .
—898
25
—27
371
— 15
11,678
1,296
5,113
568
115
6,570
518
39,486
190,356
50
103,313
178,535
1,584
—2,164
7,649
4,050
—587
1,234
7,608
30,154
1,598
—993
— 110
3,598
115
1,294
7,383
952
12,075
6,961
3,410
9,671
1,088
— 2,100
9,648
5,913
20,927
—389
73
138
85,052
136
—64
2,181
578
3,584
35
33,466
18,253
179
28,669
4,350
102
— 13,401
1,615
3,840
306
3,427
—2
1,887
210,976
10,530
1,617
292
28,466
46,196
6,337
991
— 1,517
24,399
546
5,395
—340
3,673
1,384
1,322
14,173
4,506
100
43,360
1,045
10,209
69,287
85
45
30
1,640
15,682
—2
8,544
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada 	
91
1,459
206
9,092
8,509
15
764
505
2,483
1,967
220
8,248
—40
1,613
5,904
13,352
609
1,813
1,017
993
439
2,792
2,326
50
16,888
386
931
505
4,547
4,653
7,453
2,792
1,043
—2,290
18
—398
1,325
-9,302
1,299
— 165
-110
2,916
Global General Insurance Co  	
—248
2,600
41,720
—4,475
63,070
1
9,978
8,015
18,126
1,411
3,851
—20,415
—277
—625
— 145
-327
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada.—        	
181
145
—455
630
Hardware Mutual Casualty Co _  	
1,249
114
1,704
1,420
-14
40,679
524
568
	
3,888
3,240
—331
—276
297,545
— 10
1,296
-19
— 110
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co  	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co 	
6,481
2,841
4,403
1,704
—552
London Amicable Assurance Society Ltd 	
3,888
—331
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 89
TABLE  IX MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND  LOSSES—Continued
GUARANTEE—Continued
Fidelity
Surety
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$2,258
110
$763
-49
1,223
51
—329
—459
1,348
— 195,407
$1,685
139
810
3,846
10,656
7,952
21,538
$204
200
4,207
6,636
23,890
14,280
20,333
20,732
6,244
7,269
2,741
5,722
952
648
7,132
2,101
1,846
672
498
8,438
8,707
3,978
8,471
212
—47
6,796
2,862
3,024
929
— 12
77
5,044
9,556
7,022
7,997
1,240
2,835
3,053
241
2,835
750
809
750
—2,000
11,225
-39
4,212
653
293
31
—358
173
2,869
539
9,722
1,225
—229
6,705
8,615
4,337
6,231
1,392
105
— 1,387
8,133
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd  	
—827
1,406
—54
13
8
—500
— 1
136
—2,217
350
8,575
4,852
534
1,356
32,307
17,948
90,505
2,121
45,875
9,999
667,871
15
1
51
2,444
1,850
7,156
50,641
1,272
82
9,879
6,262
55,210
— 18,815
— 181
655
—3,735
7,366
33,160
— 158
— 344
22,799
1
2
215
5,376
18,737
228
1,033
5,142
36,722
—2
— 1,379
—650
—40
3,107
Totals for 1969	
$635,276
$515,043 |
$2,064,955
$263,030
Totals for 1968             	
$455,240
$518,524
$1,589,072
$16,108
 B 90 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$57,058
815
26,019
59,934
12
879
20,093
4,601
6,241
54,912
77
4,538
3,973
14,406
8,646
834
87,377
12,927
9,707
61,478
99,659
7,203
840
119,548
22,666
818,641
1,015
6,304
31,900
144,865
13,994
—652
—31,146
111,126
—478
60,976
$49,955
$999
$85
7,981
39,316
3,387
372
5,272
—3,605
2,769
—200
4,118
39
124
38,340
—25,825
2
42
1
359
3,570
9
32,806
1,725
3,627
26,180
59,424
5,583
451
145,685
3,858
401,709
1,344
3,378
172,001
28,067
6,573
91
7
Bee Insurance Co. (L'Abeille I.G.A.R.D.)
803
271
89
107
1,335
79
1
875
167
32,957
155
5
4,662
243
244
30
— 100
—211
3,251
—398
1,890
6
-353
565
—7
817
1
— 12
Century Insurance Co. of Canada  ._
19,291
-185
35,815
1
6
—128
25,044
45,404
188,896
71,110
20,196
414
196,000
55,975
60,986
—24,323
300
1,562
26,833
53,317
47,930
23,208
4,536
25,879
17,475
18,391
81,707
46,389
149,674
21,168
27,860
15,223
21,844
76,693
25,787
295,181
119,361
10,273
10,814
37
Continental Insurance Co.
2,333
3,324
16
58
1,341
978
1,195
422
133
— 164
1,448
Dominion Insurance Corporation	
109,064
26,294
14,016
119,009
— 15,209
3,571
27,629
12,477
11,614
7,335
26,692
10,480
53,060
1,924
158,274
5,274
129,436
6,004
13,898
— 141
24
1,672
—308
Employers' Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin	
—13
924
39
525
7
— 840
147
379
9,209
3,077
75
2,271
15
1.808
9,963
370
201
-324
487
96
7,724
1,143
651
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.
600
4,938
7,665
8,161
27,167
68
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969 B 91
TABLE  IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS  AND  LOSSES—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY—Continued
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$239
146,743
2,659
518
6
88,331
201,887
6,273
84,892
$1,239,623
155
63
$79
4
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd.—   -   	
36,375
82,268
— 1,303
67,013
927
2,096
11
333
157
25
1
73
268
233
6
2,064
61
89
149
1,342
446
796
$65
148
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada  — ~
44
155
20,349
7,676
17,790
29,126
24,271
3,595
88,984
5,764
9,708
2,855
25,700
48,543
70,747
2,038
29,775
3,513
15,807
34,149
2,261
7,285
18,362
11,903
13,009
9,652
9,099
6,838
14,939
11,696
134,926
627,447
86,521
10,152
236,636
35,062
87,129
10,686
4,013
19,355
923
86,097
62
10,560
100,974
31,553
9,796
9,588
1,170
33
21,651
75,664
53,970
80,401
117,833
330,972
25,788
11,125
40,885
2,445
30,146
10,882
9,068
—624
263,865
2,379
3,627
9,926
113,829
18,136
463
10,882
-280
— 178
90
75
25
287
4
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd __	
30
47
419
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd 	
151
London & Edinburgh General Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd 	
268
235
56
3
5
182
1,351
1,902
90
12,604
—6,221
4,783
11,387
614
—865
610
7,414
72
1,430
359
9,215
85,258
92,089
46,818
54,421
107,611
220,257
1,149
4,157
1,580
44,576
1,111
75,350
—44
230
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. Ltd 	
1,638
3,371
1,725
1
31
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd,
53
1,666
27,608
1,146
368
— 117
—5,630
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd 	
— 166
— 179
397
46,819
72
— 166
—28,347
13
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd 	
2,659
127
64
5,632
30,177
11,789
1,050
10,805
78,232
8
9,571
290
98
144
-10
—39
35
— 1,922
19,241
34,103
28,482
47,665
97,525
9,453
18,237
126
-14
667
768
47
227
2,302
451
420
1,181
156
 B 92
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS  AND LOSSES—Continued
PUBLIC LIABILITY AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY—Continued
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
-$844
7,737
187
5,222
23,192
2,069
7
77
27,679
7,887
82,544
44,312
5,812
5,301
245,585
$5,423
$95
4,552
16,129
185
6
4
9
—5,782
2,494
73,862
40,333
6,272
$31
47
2
716
398
10
193
—280
299,372
-480
45,734
467
285,509
-28,662
5,329
17
1,156
—6
103
47
290
186
114,327
6,227
99,964
79
331
94
63
3,051
4,244
68,919
37,566
341
121,897
31,678
2,017
2,819
103,711
81
7
— 1
124
11,663
38,682
114
45,582
377
5,938
—9,985
52,251
2
6,837
— 18
2,769
— 54
1,208
309
377
430
2,372
— 1,105
—7,700
Totals for 1969                                     	
$7,270,814
$6,446,883
$214,801
—$5,005
Totals for 1968                           - 	
$6,671,270
$3,550,165
$126,104
$72,779
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 93
TABLE  IX MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS  AND  LOSSES—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS
Group
Individual
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Acadia Insurance Co  	
$1,467
Nil
C.
C.
c.
c.
c.
IS:
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
re.
IN.
In:
fC.
/N.
C.
c.
c.
fc.
. N.
fC.
(N.
C.
c.
c.
c.
il-
(C.
IN.
N.
c.
fC.
IN.
re.
IN.
N.
C.
C.
fC.
IN.
C.
[C.
(N.
C.
c.
$8,146
418
6,384
8
16,197
792
5,676
46,379
188
64
4,997
89
970
$4,148
639,716
11,767
$458,227
1,506
—3,605
—500
165
10,255
124
6,241
482
71,018
4,992
39,678
14
1,505
—2,600
175
Bee Insurance Co. (L'Abielle I.G.A.R.D.) 	
410
5,989
169
5,431
4,452
53,771
601
2,890
11,130
8,303
8
19,805
3,138
228,800
20,382
18,853
268
131
7,079
1,806
5,193
15,337
3,320
767
-425
835
—518
233,088
375,194
13,466
1,902
83,801
6,904
1,834
Nil
665
2,259
193,110
35
26,958
31,211
1,363,754
191
Nil
19
35,269
60,893
— 1
11,077
10,413
868,750
12,405
204
150
13,642
-990
12,153
Canada Health & Accident Assurance Corporation	
142,529
11,089
9,593
21
9,734
10,742
8,979
56
—2,249
11,500
4,594
—204
579
908
326
34
512
Century Insurance Co. Ltd   	
578
869
1,094
53,828
88,381
7,365
16,831
2,078,634
1,210
—23
1,133
1,224,992
3,310
2,967
—363
3,793,505
1,221
425
2,838
74,555
225
6,713
758,263
1,296
15,957
36
1,213,444
—2,870
—797
405
3,809,857
1,376
50
—2,460
57,744
— 816
615,608
409,338
64,507
18,821
5,391
358,770
268,979
15,058
5,849
57,573
29,815
29
55,300
9,419
10,775
3,067
76
6,590
—6,533
6,371
130
7
12,907
906
19,434
2,051
120
14,490
14,026
491
Employers Mutual Casualty Co 	
801
79,183
120,720
C.—Cancellable.
N.—Non-cancellable.
 B 94
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS—Continued
Name of Insurer
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada..
Excelsior Life Insurance Co 	
Federal Fire Insurance 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   	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 	
Great American Insurance Co.— _ —
Great Eastern Insurance Co.    	
Great-West Life Assurance Co 	
Group
Net
Premiums
Written
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada-
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada...
Halifax Insurance Co. _ _ _
Hartford Fire Insurance Co 	
Home Insurance Co.... _	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co   _
Imperial Guarante & Accident Insurance of Canada..
Imperial Insurance Office.
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada 	
Income Disability & Reinsurance Co. of Canada.
Industrial Life Insurance Co.-	
Insurance Co. of North America 	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd.	
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Laurier 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 Amicable Assurance Society Ltd 	
London & Edinburgh General Insurance Co. Ltd..
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Midland General Insurance Co	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd	
London Assurance 	
London-Canada Insurance Co..
London Life Insurance Co   	
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co.—  	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
Maccabees Mutual Life Insurance Co.— _	
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co _ _
Maryland Casualty Co  	
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co _	
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. of Canada Ltd
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.—	
Ministers Life & Casualty Union 	
Montreal Life Insurance Co..   	
Munich Reinsurance Co    	
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada— __
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
C.—Cancellable. N.—Non-cancellable.
$6,142
457,981
—25
193
1,690
70
Nil
Nil
501
Net
Losses
Incurred
1,497
1,569,265
4,039
63
90
1,996
1,664
2,308
115,861
270,924
24,850
90,323
25,304
579
665
3,327
17,108
12
1,996
1,588
3,959
21,345
10
669,925
9,344
10,510
1,791
25,630
4,766
687,433
558,767
— $1,016
319,353
1,910
2,434
Nil
Nil
42
724,629
6,084
56
47
3,477
25,860
160,958
3,337
339,153
56
1,983
2,349
32,158
407,486
6,682
28,144
—52
6,233
624,669
489,143
Individual
Net
Premiums
Written
k
IS:
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
fe.
IN.
c.
c.
,CN.
c.
re.
IN.
C.
c.
N.
C.
c.
N.
C.
re.
rN.
C.
fC.
N.
fC.
IN.
N.
C.
C.
N.
$4,033
572
8,539
13,905
597
25
31,246
646
601
15
137
3,007
11,980
3,668
2,279
1,804
3,007
144
27,843
228
56
1,321
195,297
98
312
57,553
65
6,847
13,340
4,211
27,045
14,754
3,455
239
1,925
1,381
1,292
24
Net
Losses
Incurred
$2,030
604
-97
80
c.
93,060
49,820
c.
1,787
306
c.
3,937
198
c.
661
50
c.
162
1,353
c.
458
c.
2,070
c.
466
.£:
295,713
125,012
53,725
15,301
c.
9,881
1,761
c.
22,346
3,982
c.
5,223
7,652
c.
465
2,049
c.
795
c.
158
1,804
c.
611
c.
1,503
509
c.
2,985
4,373
N.
40,095
12,417
re.
574
440
IN.
5,928
10,300
— 141
114
204
5
43
1,019
2,000
611
2,577
40,445
115
184
— 197
88,264
35
29,870
427
-11,235
406
22,105
-14,720
477
750
750
116
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 95
TABLE  IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS—Continued
Group
Individual
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$30,098
54,442
556,524
155,176
2,364
35,228
27,209
77,186
22,594
6,442
14
1,000
566
714
32,336
22,507
$43,928
258
545,882
125,434
—2,050
113,532
34,429
32,493
8,727
9,398
N.
fC.
IN.
N.
fC
IN.
C.
{$:
IS:
N.
IS:
JN.
IS:
{£:
c.
{£
5.
c.
N.
IS:
c.
fa
i|
N.
C.
{£
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
c.
IS:
N.
!S:
c.
N.
N.
C.
C.
c.
c.
fC
IN.
c.
$154,050
503,452
275,517
30,442
2,152
13,412
46,077
37,916
34,594
16,991
10,618
16,027
2,668
8,488
—2,421
60
4
2,948
1,743
1,198
10,702
158,969
16,021
2,668
1,925
189,476
1,691
$92,592
283,501
154,587
12,262
25
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.    	
2,279
10,755
—2,557
14,298
3,101
8,027
9,575
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
11,322
138
478
17,807
8,727
1,421
2,400
441
21,104
28,649
9,575
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd	
Paul Revere Life Insurance Co _	
4,876
7,041
2,045
2,253
102,889
60,074
12,342
6,737
7,871
6,623
3,181
1,469
10,074
259,009
2,163
3,738
3
— 1,208
946
5,067
7,151
894
68
185
34,882
4,809
24
2,895
224,950
61
2,015
5,102
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd 	
7,084
84,196
36,651
1,954
2,310
375
27
9,179
18,431
5,818
3,583
4,543
14,902
662
2,212
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada	
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd..   	
—820
141
— 1,176
—228
4,302
1,528
16,210
863
275
85,245
— 132
27
22,372
1,753
14,719
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co 	
440
23,135
23,095
256,527
13,743
220,980
38,527
12,849
1,206
16
339
1,026
2,626
169
1,712
17,877
677,761
1,186,935
26,942
416,225
881,032
33,882
23,163
80,578
28,290
2,196
422,103
457,151
—2
140
-15
8,319
235
7,595
534
1,879
2,547
—35
326,571
6,107
289,037
1,660
352
Totals for 1969	
$16,555,878 |$13,836,362
$5,900,655
$2,602,331
Totals for 1968  __	
$17,750,021
$13,991,608
$4,851,091
$1,997,493
C.—C a ncell able.
N.—Non-cancellable.
 B 96 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
AIRCRAFT AND MARINE
Aircraft
Marine
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$50,301
14,914
$67,304
29,065
$48,241
120,080
$10,618
70,819
—70
2,301
169
41,671
3,415
1,887
7,792
— 12,979
22,593
349
42,011
—4,521
338,683
—601
205,754
22,521
103,544
49,446
15
385,473
18,681
13,449
510,627
10,437
68,987
72,851
28,390
15,002
56,109
225,800
2,150
37,133
133,175
45,573
169,412
7,215
25,461
38,144
8,878
8,833
35,359
92,639
42,256
—32,838
24,851
2,317
4,391
121,737
26,891
119,867
Dominion Insurance Corporation  _	
86,105
5,482
21,901
26,132
14,250
19,059
20,496
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd  _	
104
38,088
16,033
494,518
-46
95,585
11,530
211 488
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada—	
25,434
29,540
—5
45,607
44,822
26,293
45 150
— 1,351
45,607
110,432
26,289
11 298
20,129
20,392
1,127
188,036
41,774
13,270
26
-272,437
102
325
511,015
4,704
45,738
36,163
2,355
101,591
3,920
6,944
7,649
27,403
2,242
2,437
— 1,802
— 1,501
111
—4,180
23
111,535
104
96,613
62
65,072
—601
27,950
585
5,260
— 184
72,174
1,256
9,940
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd	
—3,003
2,441
45,760
35,774
7,649
13,841
-2,988
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation 	
22,751
20,652
24,508
19,272
185,191
123,802
49
20,708
20,478
19,902
72,957
6,425
80,775
42,296
109,805
7,519
59,415
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. Ltd..	
688
76
—2,736
1,898
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 97
TABLE  IX.—MISCELLANEOUS  PREMIUMS AND  LOSSES—Continued
AIRCRAFT AND MARINE—Continued
Aircraft
Marine
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$10,967
95,125
$6,344
$1,654
1,299,591
$3,137
1,352,093
86,955
8,316
256,530
436,352
63,084
5,218
30,402
4,252
493,454
Nil
280,734
—33
-1,953
675,654
Nil
226,655
910
— 146
1,232,366
412,073
2,509
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd.. _	
3,272
—862
— 18
9,287
89,276
662
111,830
55
38,015
37,857
1,256
97,395
1,351
182
15
38,050
40,305
42,112
33,366
8
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada —
34,782
25,146
49,955
29,171
—5,590
104,147
27,455
-200
118
104
113,455
64,722
855,752
544,221
6,878
45,607
16,387
18,927
40,094
71,033
153
59,733
62,844
50,605
44,202
50,304
7,696
142,681
49,698
74,376
14,223
15
506,626
438,068
1,576
26,295
3,457
-6,624
14,417
25,449
41,741
Totals for 1969            	
$4,141,967
$4,557,046
$6,245,316
$3,295,149
Totals for 1968 _                   	
$3,061,312
$1,563,259
$4,495,756
$2,924,745
 B 98
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX.
-MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
HAIL AND MISCELLANEOUS
Hail
Miscellaneous
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
C.
L.S.
L.S.
T.
L.S.
L.S.
T.
C.
M.
L.S.
L.S.
L.S.
L.S.
$23,406
679
-35
7,473
27
$3,055
	
$1,130
968
1,450
935
110
29
11,980
50,177
125,519
30,106
1,500
807
38,261
22,582
935
323
166
2,248
41
11,340
962
7,693
Totals for 1969	
$6,824
$271,145
$65,898
Totals for 1968 	
$54,705
$22,456
$306,539
$29,356
C—Credit.
L.S.—Live stock.
T.—Title.
M.—Mortgage.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1969
B 99
TABLE X.—OTHER INSURANCE  (TABLE IX)  SUMMARY
(000's omitted.)
Class of Insurance
1965
1966
1967
1968
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, L	
•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	
tPersonal accident and sickness (individual) , P  	
tPersonal accident and sickness
ual), L  	
(individ-
tPersonal accident and sickness
P.            	
(group),
tPersonal accident and sickness
I..
(group),
•Hail, P      __
•Hail, L _	
Other forms, L 	
$9,412
2,360
4,055
2,333
131
1
550
336
780
281
10
244
3
378
9
197
231
416
244
2,315
181
4,853
2,384
105
16
5,033
3,018
14,207
11,793
1,897
1,483
3,699
2,881
116
77
403
13
$9,175
4,317
4,224
5,504
106
914
673
792
359
11
1
1
919
150
311
206
473
292
2,239
337
5,302
2,065
104
73
4,455
1,987
16,771
12,371
2,291
7,519
3,932
2,099
151
60
308
37
$9,743
5,506
3,737
2,419
132
1,435
723
957
592
11
3
18
5
915
141
1,409
1,057
588
291
2,736
254
6,191
3,542
146
61
4,606
1,770
18,524
13,571
2,645
1,591
3,574
2,611
6
— 19
346
30
Totals, P._
Totals, L...
$48,802
$52,479
$57,719
$27,644
$38,050
$34,148
.10,149
6,080
4,178
1,919
127
1,005
692
948
571
13
1
— 7
1
491
109
441
45
580
339
2,044
535
6,671
3,550
126
73
4,851
1,997
17,750
13,991
3,061
1,563
4,496
2,925
55
22
307
29
$57,286
$34,442
$13,023
8,050
3,557
1,919
168
3
1,435
783
1,103
801
27
1
4
3
997
316
956
742
449
319
2,700
778
7,271
6,447
215
—5
5,901
2,602
16,556
13,836
4,142
4,557
6,245
3,295
6
271
66
$65,026
$44,507
* 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.
1970
1,030-870-6997
 

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