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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Sixtieth Annual Report
of the
SUPERINTENDENT OF
INSURANCE
1971
(Business Transacted in 1970)
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1971
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  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 Sixtieth .Annual Report of the
Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31, 1970.
LESLIE R. PETERSON
A ttorney-General
Victoria, British Columbia, August 30,1971.
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 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Report of Superintendent of Insurance	
Page
.    7
List as at June 30, 1971-
Insurers Licensed—
  10
Fraternal Benefit Societies Licensed Under the Insurance Act  36
Underwriters' Agencies Licensed  3 7
Reciprocal Exchanges Granted Permits  37
Societies (Incorporated Under the Societies Act) Licensed Under the Insurance Act  37
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
The British Columbia Insurance Company-
British Columbia Life & Casualty Company,.
  3 8
  40
The British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Company  43
Fraser Valley Mutual Insurance Company  45
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Company  47
The Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  50
Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Insurance Company  52
Roberts Mutual Fire Insurance Company  55
Seaboard Life Insurance Company  57
Westco Insurance Company  61
Tables
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1970	
II. Summary, 1966-1970.
Fraternal Societies—
III. Business of 1970	
Fire Insurance—
IV. Business of 1970	
V. Summary, 1966-1970,
Reciprocal Exchanges—
VI. Business of 1970	
63
68
69
70
73
73
Automobile Insurance—
VII. Business of 1970  74
VIII. Summary, 1966-1970  77
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
IX. Business of 1970  78
X. Summary, 1966-1970 102
  Report of the Superintendent of Insurance
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, British Columbia, August 30,1971.
The Honourable Leslie R. Peterson, Q.C.,
Attorney-General, Victoria, British Columbia.
Sir: Pursuant to the Insurance Act, I beg to submit the Sixtieth Annual Report
of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31, 1970.
At that date 328 insurers were licensed under the Act to transact business. The
following summary indicates the origin of the insurers, how many hold only Provincial licences, and how many had Federal registry in addition to a Provincial
licence:
Where Incorporated
Provincial
Licence
Federal
Registry
Total
9
12
5
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94
49
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9
26
94
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2
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1
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1
3
129
Totals                               -	
30
298
328
The comparative figures are for 1969, 317, and 1968, 346.
Sixteen new insurers were licensed during the year. These are as follows:
Bishopsgate Insurance Company Ltd., The Drake Insurance Co. Ltd., Employers
Mutual Fire Insurance Co., The Franklin Life Insurance Co., Gamble Alden Life
Insurance Co., General Reinsurance Corporation, Ideal Mutual Insurance Co.,
Laurier Life Insurance Co., Pennsylvania Life Insurance Co., Principal Life Insurance Co. of Canada, The Scottish Lion Insurance Co., Simcoe and Erie General Insurance Co., Stonewall Insurance Co., Underwriters National Assurance Co., Union
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada, and United Canada Insurance Co.
Five insurers ceased to transact business in the Province during the year. These
are as follows: Caledonian Insurance Co., The Capital Life Insurance Co., CIM Insurance Corporation, Glens Falls Insurance Co., and International Insurance Co.
A complete list of insurers will be found on pages 10 to 35. A similar list was
published in the July 22 edition of The British Columbia Gazette. For the purposes
of convenience, the present list is made up to June 30, 1971, so that it includes insurers licensed since December 31, 1970, and shows the classes of insurance for
which each is licensed.
On analysis, the list shows that 104 companies (exclusive of fraternal societies)
were licensed for life insurance, 184 for fire insurance, 185 for automobile insurance,
and 79 for marine insurance.   These cover only the major classes of insurance, and
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it should be understood that the same company may be licensed, for example, for
fire, automobile, and marine insurance.
The annual statements of these companies incorporated by or under an Act of
the Legislature are set forth at length on pages 38 to 62.
There is one underwriter's agency licensed under the Act, as shown on page 37.
The taxes collected on unlicensed insurance amount to $32,731.
The number of insurance agents' and salesmen's licences issued for the year
1970 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—
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
4,990
2,264
607
82
176
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
Employees of insurance adjusters 	
159
8,119
7,164
6,595
6,408
6,166
The number of real estate agents' and salesmen's licences issued under the Real
Estate Act for the year 1970/71, in comparison with the previous four years, is as
follows:
Licences Issued to—
1970/71
1969/70
1968/69
1967/68
1966/67
1,060
5,810
1,273
4,724
1,120
4,804
1,043
4,166
970
3,515
Totals                                      	
6,870
5,997
5,924
5,209
4,485
Pursuant to Part II of the Real Estate Act, documents have been processed and
filed in connection with 759 subdivisions since my last report.
The number of collection agents' licences issued for the year 1970 is given below, together with a comparative table for the previous three years:
Licences Issued
Licences Issued
to Collection
to Collection
Year
Agents
Year
Agents
1970	
  104
1968 	
  92
1969 	
  105
1967	
  95
On January 26, 1971, the British Columbia Automobile Insurance Board was
established pursuant to section 250m of the Insurance Act. The initial members of
the Board were as follows: J. F. K. English, Chairman; E. T. Cantell, Vice-
Chairman; L. Wicks; E. W. Bassett; B. W. Straight.
On April 18, F. S. McKinnon was appointed to fill the vacancy on the Board
caused by the death of E. W. Bassett.
The Association of Superintendents of Insurance met at Winnipeg, Man., for
its 53rd annual conference, commencing September 13, 1970. Attending at the sessions were more than 246 representatives of the insurance industry.
The association officers for the 1970/71 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, 1970
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Following the election of officers, the Superintendents accepted the invitation
of the Assistant Superintendent of Insurance of the Province of Newfoundland to
hold the 1971 conference at St. John's, Newfoundland, commencing September 19,
1971.
Respectfully submitted.
E. T. CANTELL
Superintendent of Insurance
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
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.
K. B. Mossop, President
Officers
L. H. Gledhill, Secretary
K. B. Mossop
P. B. Paine
Directors
F. A. Griffiths
W. H. Molyneux
Wm. A. Aubin
R. F. Gardiner
Auditors
Riddell Stead & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31,1970
Authorized-
Subscribed-.
Paid in cash	
Or stock dividend..
Capital Stock
Common
Par
Number      Value
$ $
80,000 5
44,389
44,307
82
Amount
$
400,000
221,945
110,768
410
Preferred
Par
Number      Value        Amount
$ $ $
20,000 5        100,000
Total authorized	
Total subscribed	
Total paid in cash or stock dividend..
Contributions to surplus	
Unpaid calls	
500,000
221,945
111,178
Nil
Nil
Assets
In
Canada
Outside
Canada
Total
Bonds-
Stocks..
49,582
Deposit at call	
Guaranteed investment certificate-
Cask-
Summary of investments (subtotal ).
Investment income due or accrued-
Other assets	
Gross assets	
Deduct assets not admitted-
40,000
89,582
1,198
958
1,782
93,520
Total assets admitted..
93,520
111,353
94,490
4,576
210,419
1,241
3,334
80,000
294,994
5,687
289,307
160,935
94,490
4,576
40,000
300,001
2,439
4,292
81,782
388,514
5,687
382,827
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
Liabilities
E 39
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent	
Provision for unpaid claims	
In
Canada
$
            2
Outside
Canada
$
32,667
13,137
11,169
790
5,422
Total
$
32,669
13,137
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts ...    .
11,169
Expenses due and accrued—■
Trade    •        ■■      . ..        ■
600
1,390
Taxes	
5,422
Total liabilities  .      	
602
63,185
110,705
115,417
63,787
Capital and surplus—
Capital stock subscribed and paid	
Surplus        ■   ..      	
        473
92,445
111,178
207,862
93,520
289,307
382,827
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of
year	
Net premiums written	
SubtotaL
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of
year.	
12
Net premiums earned-
10
Net claims incurred, including adjustment expenses-
Commissions and allowances	
General expenses and taxes incurred-
Total expenditure	
Underwriting loss-
Other income	
2
3,340
3,342
3,332
5,297
Net profit (or loss)     1,965
Surplus Account
Net loss for the year	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets	
Adjustment of 1969 income taxes incorrectly stated-
Decreases
..    3,731
..    3,185
Net decrease..
23,955
69,372
93,327
32,667
60,660
44,151
28,774
5,081
78,006
17,346
11,650
5,696
       4,531
Capital stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning of year  323,571
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	
319,040
111,178
207,862
23,963
69,376
93,339
32,669
60,670
44,151
28,776
8,421
81,348
20,678
16,947
3,731
Increases
2,385
Returns for British Columbia
{See page      )
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 E 40
BRITISH COLUMBIA
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIFE & CASUALTY COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia
Date of incorporation, March 1958.   Date commenced business, May 1965.
Officers
Peter G. Ropchan, Chairman of the Board A. W. Putz, Secretary and Treasurer
R. O. Schuelke, President Byron Straight, Consulting Actuary
G. J. Chambers, Vice-President
R. O. Schuelke
G. J. Chambers
E. A. Johnson
Directors
P. G. Ropchan
A. W. Putz
A. Libin
F. F. Becker
R. S. Bennetts
H. J. C. Terry
A uditors
Touche, Ross & Co., Chartered Accountants
Capital stock authorized-
Amount 	
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1970
Capital Stock
Number of shares	
Par value	
Capital stock issued and outstanding-
At beginning of year	
Issued during year	
Total at end of year .
Amount of unpaid calls at end of year, nil.
Premium on capital stock—
Total amount at beginning of year __
Amount received during year	
Total amount paid at end of year
Number
of Shares
5,658
.Amount
Subscribed
$
565,800
5,658
565,800
$2,000,000
20,000
$100 each
Amount Paid
in Cash
$
565,800
565,800
1,969,600
1,969,600
Assets
Bonds owned by the company _
Stocks owned by the company .
Mortgage loans on real estate .
Real estate owned by the company .
Policy loans	
Notes receivable
Cash 	
-associated company
Investment income, due and accrued	
Outstanding life insurance premiums and annuity considerations	
Accident and sickness premiums due and unpaid effective after September 30 of the
current year (net commissions deducted) 	
Due from investment brokers	
Due from mortgage collection agents	
Deduct assets not admitted
Total assets
1,593,833
114,385
1,343,059
166,370
106,606
175,000
41,270
44,023
71,274
692
108
692
3,657,312
175,800
3,481,512
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 41
Liabilities, Capital, and Surplus $
Actuarial reserve for life insurance and annuity contracts in force _:  1,399,875
Aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance  10,222
Outstanding claims under insurance and annuity contracts, including provision for
unreported claims   73,491
Amounts on deposit with the company, pertaining to insurance and annuity contracts
and including interest accumulations  854,339
Insurance premiums and annuity considerations received in advance, including $321
accident and sickness premiums  14,099
Provision for dividends to policyholders   25,723
Taxes, licences, and fees, due and accrued  11,619
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations, due and accrued—
life and annuity  6,061
General and investment expenses, due and accrued  27,206
Bank overdrafts  8,335
Amounts received but not yet allocated ___  3,295
Income tax deductions  178
Due to reinsurers  803
Due to associated company-—reinsurance premiums  78,396
Investment reserve  1,311
Total liabilities
Capital stock paid
Surplus in shareholders' fund .
Grand total
2,514,953
565,800
400,759
3,481,512
Summary of Operations
Premiums and annuity considerations—
(a) Life insurance annuities	
(b) Accident and sickness insurance
Considerations for settlement annuities
Net investment income	
941,315
62,256
Total income
1,003,571
10,862
250,731
1,265,164
Claims incurred under insurance and annuity contracts other than under settlement
annuities—
(a) Life insurance and annuities   129,989
(b) Accident and sickness insurance     27,681
Payments under settlement annuities
Decrease in actuarial reserve	
Decrease in aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance .
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with the company	
Interest on claims	
Taxes, licences, and fees (excluding investment taxes) 	
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations
General expenses (excluding investment expenses) 	
Dividends to policyholders	
Total
Balance carried to Surplus Account
157,670
600
24,867
54
38,568
1,432
12,027
249,602
488,775
422,612
1,346,365
81,201
Surplus, December 31, 1969—
(a) In shareholders' fund..
(b) In insurance and annuity funds J
Surplus Account
I 	
624,331
 E 42 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Increases
$
Net capital gain on investments  101
Decreases
Balance carried from summary of operations  81,201
Investment reserve  1,311
Increase in assets not admitted  141,161
Total decrease before dividends to shareholders      223,673
Dividends to shareholders       Nil
Net decrease      223,572
Surplus, December 31, 1970—
(a) In shareholders' fund ^ 400 759
(b) In insurance and annuity funds j .
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 63, 96)
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,  1970
E 42a
BRITISH COLUMBIA MOTORIST INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia
Date of incorporation proclaimed December 1969
Date commenced business, January 1, 1970
Officers
R. J. Hastings, President
D. W. Bird, Vice-President
G. C. Bradley, Secretary
R. J. Hastings
F. R. Paxton
G. C. Bradley
T. E. Holmes, General Manager
G. A. Davidson, Comptroller
W. A. McKinley, Treasurer
Directors
W. A. McKinley
J. Pilling
H. D. Wilson
G. C. Parrott
Auditors
Shand, Pearmain, McAfee, Pew and Lilly, Chartered Accountants
Capital stock authorized-
Amount 	
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1970
Capital Stock
Number of shares
par value	
Capital stock issued and outstanding-
At beginning of year
Amount
Subscribed For
400,000
Issued during the year  180,000
$2,000,000
20,000
$100
Amount Paid
in Cash
$
400,000
180,000
Total capital stock at end of year  580,000
580,000
Amount of unpaid calls at end of year  Nil
Premium on Capital Stock
Total amount paid as premium on capital stock at beginning of year
Total amount received during the year	
Total amount paid to December 31, 1970
Bonds, book value
Assets
Cash on hand and in banks	
Interest and dividends accrued	
Agents' balances and premiums uncollected (net, commission deducted) 	
All other assets— $
Due from facility  45,647
Advances and deposits         460
Furniture and equipment      29,018
400,000
180,000
580,000
1,011,977
1,481,581
28,350
925,906
75,125
3,522,939
Gross assets—■
Deduct assets not admitted—
Deficiency of market under book value of bonds     1,141
Furniture and equipment  29,018
Advances and deposits       460
Total assets admitted
30,619
3,492,320
 E 42b BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liabilities $
Total provision for unpaid claims  650,760
Unearned premiums carried at 100 per cent  177,648
Unearned premiums carried at 90 per cent  929,417
Taxes, due and accrued  47,492
Borrowed money   83,641
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts .  396,126
Sundry accounts payable  46,832
Total liabilities, excluding capital stock  2,331,916
Excess of assets over liabilities (surplus for protection of policyholders)   1,160,404
Total liabilities   3,492,320
Profit and Loss Account
Net premiums written 2,341,941
Reserve of unearned premiums— $
(a) at beginning of year       102,244
(b) at end of year  1,107,065
(c)  increase   1,004,821
Net premiums earned  1,337,120
Net claims incurred   996,709
Net adjustment expenses incurred  96,205
Commissions    355,587
Taxes   48,424
Salaries, fees, and travelling expenses   80,851
Management fee  12,000
Deduct all other expenses   256,821
Total claims and expenses  1,332,955
Underwriting profit   4,165
Other revenue—interest earned       109,920
Other expenditure—organization expenses         83,062
Net profit for the year          31,023
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Surplus of assets over liabilities (excluding capital stock from liabilities)
at beginning of year  800,000
Increase in paid-in capital stock      180,000
Premium on capital stock received in cash      180,000
Net profit for the year brought down        31,023     391,023
1,191,023
Deduct increase in unadmitted assets        30,619
Surplus of assets over liabilities (excluding capital stock from the liabilities) at end
of year     1,160,404
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 74)
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, 1970 E 43
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, President
D. H. Bell-Irving, Secretary       A. C. K. Sloan, Treasurer
Auditors
Clarkson, Gordon & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1970
Capital Stock
Common Preferred
Number    Par Value       Amount        Number   Par Value Amount
4                      4                                          $ $
Authorized   250          100          25,000          Nil          Nil Nil
Subscribed   100          100          10,000          Nil          Nil Nil
Paid for in cash (or stock dividend)                    10,000         Nil          Nil Nil
Contributions to Surplus
$
Premium on capital stock  200
Other contributions to surplus  Nil
Total         200
Unpaid Calls
Amount of calls unpaid at end of year—-
Ordinary.  Nil
Preferred shares  Nil
Premium  Nil
Assets
Bonds (book value)     150,937
Cash -  9,771
Investment income due or accured  1,758
Amounts due from agents and brokers  11,637
Gross assets   174,103
Deduct assets not admitted        1,932
Total assets admitted   172,171
 E 44 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liabilities
$
Unearned premiums extended at 80 per cent  124,411
Provision for unpaid claims     49,354
Expenses due and accrued (taxes)       6,742
Total liabilities   180,507
Capital stock subscribed and paid     10,000
Paid in premium on capital stock         200
Surplus account (deficit)     18,536
Total liabilities   172,171
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year  147,982
Net premiums written  136,244
Subtotal   284,226
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year  124,411
Net premiums earned   159,815
Net claims incurred   138,899
Commissions and allowances     32,739
General expenses and taxes incurred        6,080
Total expenditure   177,718
Underwriting loss     17,903
Other income and expenditure      9,161
Net loss        8,742
Surplus
Decreases Increases
$ $ $
Net loss   8,742 	
Changes in unadmitted assets      624 	
Net decrease     9,366
Capital stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning of year     1,030
Capital stock and surplus at end of year     8,336
Deduct paid in capital stock at end of year  10,200
Deficit per balance sheet  18,536
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 88)
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,  1970
E 45
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
M. A. Edworthy, M.D.
Directors
H. N. Watson, M.D.
Mrs. H. W. Martin
Robert Davis, D.D.S.
J. P. Swansborough
P. L. Richardson
A. G. LaCroix
Auditors
Clarkson, Gordon & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31,1970
Assets
Bonds and trust certificates 	
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued	
Premiums receivable 	
Other assets	
Gross assets	
Deduct assets not admitted	
Total assets admitted	
Liabilities
Unearned premium extended at 80 per cent	
Provision for unpaid claims	
Expenses due and accrued—
Trade 	
Taxes 	
Other liabilities 	
Total liabilities 	
Reserves—
Investment and contingencies	
Surplus  	
114,211
9,834
836
3,179
230
128,290
Nil
128,290
2,487
11,009
5,521
1,992
4,611
25,620
5,000
97,670
128,290
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Profit and Loss Account
$
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year       1,841
Net premiums written   113,304
Subtotal  115,145
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year       2,487
Net premiums earned  112,658
Net claims incurred  59,019
Net adjustment expenses   Nil
Commissions and allowances   25,231
General expenses and taxes incurred  67,755
Total expenditure   152,005
Underwriting loss      39,347
Other income (expenditure)      15,924
Net loss     23,423
Surplus Account
Decreases Increases
$ $ $
Net loss   23,423 	
Changes in reserves for investments and contingencies      5,000
Net decrease    18,423
Surplus at beginning of year  116,093
Surplus per balance sheet (for protection of policyholders)     97,670
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, 1970
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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. C. Maddocks, Vice-President
Officers
H. B. Earle, General Manager and Secretary
R. Price, Treasurer
E. M. Tait
R. C. Maddocks
D. P. Fraser
Directors
D. Richard
E. Malen
J. H. Stuart
A. R. Garrish
J. Kidston
Auditors
Rutherford, Bazett & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1970
Guarantee Stock
Guarantee stock authorized—
Amount 	
Number of shares
Par value 	
Guarantee stock issued and outstanding-
$2,000,000
80,000
$25 each
Number of      Amount    Amount Paid
Shares        Subscribed       in Cash
At beginning of year  16,782        419,550        419,550
Issued during year      1,646 41,150 41,150
18,428        460,700        460,700
Assets
Bonds 	
Stocks  	
Real estate
Summary of investments (subtotal)
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
908,667
142,367
150,489
1,201,523
23,684
13,489
212,592
32,569
65,732
1,549,589
40,284
1,509,305
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Liabilities
$
Unearned premium extended at 80 per cent  394,691
Unearned premium extended at 100 per cent  401
Provision for unpaid claims   481,479
Provision for adjustment expenses of unpaid claims  18,842
Bank overdraft and loans   56,131
Agents' and brokers' credit balances  3,437
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts   11,580
Expenses due and accrued—
Trade   11,066
Taxes .  46,317
Other liabilities   35,529
Total liabilities   1,059,473
Capital and surplus—
Capital stock subscribed and paid     460,700
Deficit           10,868
1,509,305
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year— $
At 80 per cent   378,561
At 100 per cent       3,078
      381,639
Net premiums written       880,279
Subtotal  1,261,918
Less unearned premium included in liabilities at end of year—
At 80 per cent  394,691
At 100 per cent  401
     395,092
Net premium earned   866,826
Net claims incurred   571,831
Net adjustment expenses  69,752
Commissions and allowances  138,495
General expenses and taxes incurred  410,165
Total expenditure   913,253
Underwriting loss  46,427
Other income and expenditure  97,239
Net profit - 50,812
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
Surplus Account
Decreases
$ $
Net profit    	
Changes in unadmitted assets    	
Paid to agents for goodwill re portfolios   16,805
Net increase      34,363
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning of year  374,319
Guarantee stock paid in during year     41,150
Guarantee stock and surplus at end of year (surplus for protection of policyholders)  ---  449,832
Deduct paid in guarantee stock at end of year  460,700
Deficit as per balance sheet     10,868
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Increases
$
50,812
356
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 70, 74, 78, 81, 84, 88, 93, 97)
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
THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia
Date of incorporation, 1902.    Date commenced business, 1902.
H. S. Berry, President
W. M. Page, Vice-President
Officers
H. Bose, Treasurer
E. T. Holtby, Manager-Secretary
H. S. Berry
H. Bose
R. Bridge
T. A. Menzies
Directors
T. J. Erskine
O. N. Wells
W. M. Page
K. B. McKechnie
J. C. Cherry
G. Park
L. Gilmore
Auditors
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1970
Guarantee Stock
Nil
Assets
Bonds 	
Short-term bank deposits	
Summary of investments (subtotal)
Cash	
Accrued investment income	
Insurance premiums
Amounts owing by reinsurers
Other assets	
Gross assets
$
134,148
20,000
154,148
7,300
2,649
75,354
21,930
16,278
277,659
Deduct assets not admitted     17,848
Total assets admitted    259,811
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 	
$
2,713
366
130,530
1,958
16,500
64,910
3,079
441
217,418
38,500
3,893
259,811
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year
Net premiums written	
Subtotal
E 51
$
116,289
90,426
206,715
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year  130,530
Net premiums earned	
Net claims incurred	
Net adjustment expenses	
Commissions and allowances	
General expenses and taxes incurred
Total expenditures	
Underwriting loss
Other income	
Net loss
76,185
42,360
345
11,030
35,952
89,687
13,502
5,977
7,525
Net loss
Changes in nonadmitted ledger assets .
Surplus
Decreases
$
.. 7,525
.. 2,040
Transfer to reserve required under section 26 of the Mutual Fire Insurance
Companies Act  4,500
Net decrease	
Surplus at beginning of year
Surplus at end of year (for protection of policyholders)
Surplus per balance sheet	
Increases
14,065
17,958
3,893
3,893
Returns for British Columbia
(Set? page 71)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
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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.
-
Officers
Olav Moan, President
Glen Martinoloch, Vice-President
H. A. Christenson, Secretary and General Manager
A. Sorbo, Treasurer and Assistant Manager
Ray Bentsen
Olav Bjorge
Robert Dunn
Robert Emerson
Walter Emerson
Joe Garcia
George W. Olafson
Directors
Glen Martinoloch
Joe H. MacLeod
Norman Ostram
Ross Riley
Bill Warnock
Richard Williams
Donald .Anderson
John Chambers
Vince Fiamengo
Olav Moan
Lincoln McElhinney
Conrad Plensky
Elling Reite
Stanley Sorensen
Ralph Wick
'
Auditors
Campbell, Sharp, Nash & Field, Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1970
Guarantee Stock
Authorized—
Amount   $25,000
Number of shares  2,500
Par value  $10 each
$
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid at end of year (2,058 shares)  20,580
Contributions to surplus  Nil
Unpaid calls  Nil
Assets
Bonds 	
Stocks 	
Mortgage loans and sales agreements .
Secured loans	
Summary of investments (subtotal)
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued	
Instalment premiums receivable	
Amounts owing by reinsurers	
Other assets	
Gross assets
Deduct assets not admitted
Total assets admitted
1,864,825
23,073
182,529
39,438
2,109,865
79,719
37,898
132,891
35,053
43,965
2,439,391
127,183-
2,312,208
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 53
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent
Provision for unpaid claims	
Bank overdraft and loans	
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	
Guarantee stock and surplus—
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid
Surplus 	
$
792,793
217,633
516
14,646
25,187
2,431
1,053,206
240,000
146,001
105,535
491,536
20,580
746,886
2,312,208
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year
Net premiums written	
Subtotal 	
Less unearned premium included in liabilities at end of year
Net premiums earned	
Net claims incurred	
Net adjustment expenses	
General expenses and taxes incurred
Total expenditure	
Underwriting profit
Other income 	
Net profit
723,164
1,423,126
2,146,290
792,793
1,353,497
480,817
14,412
108,964
604,193
749,304
119,546
868,850
 E 54 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Decreases Increases
Net profit       868,850
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets      219,999
Patronage refunds paid  656,981 	
Net increase  431,868
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning of
year  336,008
Guarantee stock withdrawn during year  410
Guarantee stock and surplus at end of year (surplus for protection of
policyholders)    767,466
Deduct paid in guarantee stock at end of year  20,580
Surplus per balance sheet  746,886
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 100)
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, 1970
E 55
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
C. H. Hiebert
J. J. Wiebe
A. J. Jantzen
J. G. Sawatsky
Directors
J. P. Martens
J. J. Esau
A. Schmidt
H. P. Fast
H. K. Peters
H. H. Pauls
C. A. Thiessen
Auditors
Janzen, Fribance & Hansen, Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1970
Assets
Bonds 	
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued .
Instalment premiums receivable
Amounts due from agents and brokers
Other assets 	
Gross assets
Deduct assets not admitted
Total assets admitted
$
17,009
7,991
122
1,914
194
1,784
29,014
1,784
27,230
Liabilities
Unearned premium extended at 100 per cent.
Expenses due and accrued—trade	
Total liabilities 	
Reserves—investment and contingencies
Capital and surplus—surplus	
5,377
375
5,752
15,500
5,978
27,230
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Profit and Loss Account
$
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year     6,633
Net premiums written    2,982
Subtotal      9,615
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year     5,377
Net premium earned    4,238
Net claims incurred    3,806
Commissions and allowances        405
General expenses and taxes incurred     3,011
Total expenditure    7,222
Underwriting loss     2,984
Other income and (expenditure)  .     2,609
Net loss         375
Surplus Account
Decreases Increases
$          $ $
Net loss    375 	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets    333
Net decrease   42
Surplus at beginning of year    6,020
Surplus at end of year (for protection of policyholders)   5,978
Surplus per balance sheet  5,978
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 71)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 57
SEABOARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, British Columbia
Date of incorporation, 1953.
J. A. Lampard, Chairman of the
Board
H. J. Seed, President
Officers
Malcolm S. Ferguson
John R. Ferris
Albert Jaasma
J. A. Lampard
Joseph M. Burnett, Secretary-Treasurer
Kenneth F. Rudd, Assistant-Secretary
Directors
John Olthuis
Richard W. Riddle
Eugene A. Rodko
Harry J. Seed
Gerald E. Sklar
R. E. McKechnie
H. L. Patrick
H. A. Leal
Auditors
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1970
Authorized—
Amount .
Capital Stock
Number of shares
Par value	
Capital stock issued and outstanding—
At beginning of year	
During year	
During year	
Number of
Shares
328,325
100
103,433
Total at end of year .
Amount
Subscribed
$
1,641,625
500
517,165
$3,000,000
600,000
$5 each
Amount Paid
in Cash
$
1,641,625
500
517,165
431,858        2,159,290       2,159,290
Premium on Capital Stock
Total amount paid at beginning of year .
Amount received during the year	
Total amount paid at end of year
139,381
232,774
372,155
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Assets
$
Bonds owned by the company  2,911,977
Stocks owned by the company  301,374
Mortgage loans on real estate  1,661,018
Agreements of sale of real estate  14,674
Policy loans  434,878
Cash   110,113
Investment income due and accrued  82,567
Outstanding life insurance premiums and annuity considerations  75,145
Accident and sickness premiums due and unpaid effective after September 30 of
current year  34,690
Amounts due from other companies on reinsured contracts—experience refunds  17,209
Surrender value—life insurance policy on president  9,206
Due from brokers a  33,480
Due from Cosmopolitan Life Assurance Co.  4,590
Segregated funds  1,153,566
Nonadmitted assets— $
Incorporation and organization expense  24,406
Furniture and equipment  68,646
Due from brokers     1,231
94,283
Total assets  6,844,487
Liabilities
Actuarial reserve for life insurance and annuity contracts in force  3,558,000
Aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance  112,700
Outstanding claims under insurance and annuity contracts, including provision for
unreported claims  277,801
Amounts on deposit with the company, pertaining to insurance and annuity contracts
and including interest accumulations  940,987
Insurance premiums and annuity considerations received in advance  2,660
Taxes, licences, and fees due and accrued  29,292
General and investment expenses due and accrued  95,792
Bank overdrafts   54,511
Amounts received but not yet allocated  76,145
Segregated funds a  1,153,566
Miscellaneous liabilities—
Income tax withheld, Canada Pension Plan, unemployment insurance  13,521
Agents' credit balances  20,149
Miscellaneous  410
Special reserves—investment reserve on stocks  6,131
Total liabilities   6,341,665
Capital stock paid  2,159,290
Surplus in shareholders' fund      372,155
Surplus in insurance and annuity funds    2,028,623
Grand total  6,844,487
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 59
Summary of Operations
Premiums and annuity considerations—
Life insurance and annuities	
Accident and sickness insurance	
2,841,627
420,769
Net investment income	
Reinsurance experience refunds
Total income	
3,262,396
384,468
24,717
3,671,581
Claims incurred under insurance and annuity contracts, other than under settlement
annuities—
Life insurance and annuities  917,659
Accident and sickness insurance   262,647
Normal increase in actuarial reserve	
Increase in aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with the company	
Interest on claims	
Taxes, licences, and fees, excluding investment taxes	
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations
General expenses 	
Due from general agent	
Dividends to policyholders	
Group experience refund	
Transfer to segregated fund 	
Total 	
Balance carried to surplus account.
1,180,306
358,491
53,876
45,365
184
39,379
313,940
1,281,741
369,504
155,531
382,459
302,158
4,375,182
703,601
Surplus Account
Surplus at December 31, 1969—
In shareholders' fund	
In insurance and annuity funds
139,381
579,018
439,637
Increases
Net capital gain on investments
Premium paid on capital stock _.
Total increase	
11,248
232,774
244,022
 E 60 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Decreases
$
Balance carried from summary of operations  703,601
Consideration for purchase of insurance policies from The Cosmopolitan Life Assur-
.   ance Co.   749,890
Increase in assets not admitted  1,231
Increase in investment reserve   6,131
Total decrease before dividends to shareholders  ....  1,460,853
Net increase   1,216,831
Surplus at December 31, 1970— $
In shareholders' fund     372,155
In insurance and annuity funds  2,028,623
1,656,468
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 66 and 98)
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, 1970
E 61
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
K. B. Carruthers, Assistant Secretary
Austin Chapman
Brian Rudkin
Directors
Philip Knight
Edward H. Hamm
James E. Joyce
Auditors
McDonald, Currie & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Period Ended December 31, 1970
Capital Stock
Authorized	
Subscribed	
Paid in cash	
Common
Par
Number      Value      Amount
$                $
... 4,950,000      1      4,950,000
-     450,000      1         450,000
      450,000    _-         450,000
Number
50,000
50,000
Class B Common
Par
Value   Amount
$             $
1      50,000
1      50,000
___.     50,000
Total
$
5,000,000
500,000
500,000
Contributions to Surplus
Premium on capital stock
576,901
Unpaid Calls
Amount of calls unpaid at end of year—
Common 	
Class B Common
Premium 	
Nil
Nil
Nil
Assets
Bonds
Cash
Summary of investments (subtotal)
Investment income due or accrued
Instalment premiums receivable	
Other assets 	
Gross assets
Deduct assets not admitted (refer to note)
Total assets admitted	
1,568,849
1,568,849
41,719
28,354
154,043
50,428
1,843,393
1,049,256
794,137
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent
Provision for unpaid claims ,
Provisions for adjustment expenses of unpaid claims
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts	
Expenses due and accrued—trade	
Other liabilities 	
Total liabilities 	
Capital and deficit—
Capital stock subscribed and paid
Deficit 	
500,000
358,921
$
527,079
289,697
12,779
22,933
42,658
40,070
935,216
141,079
794,137
Profit and Loss Account
Unearned premiums included in liabilities at beginning of year .
Net premiums written	
Subtotal
157,485
971,256
1,128,741
Less unearned premiums included in liabilities at end of year      527,079
Net premiums earned 	
  601,662
  418,814
  38,645
  334,455
    25,000
Total expenditure   816,914
Net claims incurred	
Net adjustment expense	
General expenses and taxes incurred	
Provision for facility losses outstanding
Underwriting loss	
Other income (and expenditure)
Net loss	
215,252
176,520
38,732
Surplus
Decreases Increases
$ $                    $
Net loss        38,732 	
Changes in unadmitted assets  1,024,987  	
Net decrease  1,063,719
Capital stock subscribed and paid up and surplus at beginning of
year   922,640
Capital stock and deficit at end of year  141,079
Add paid-in capital stock at end of year  500,000
Deficit per balance sheet  641,079
Note—One million dollars of the unadmitted assets represent securities held in bearer form
contrary to section 109c (1) of the Insurance Act, which requires all investments to be made
in the corporate name.
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 76)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
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TABLE II—LIFE INSURANCE SUMMARY
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Premium Income
Disbursements
Amount in
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Year
Ordinary
Industrial
Group
Total
Insurance
Other
Payments
Total
1966
1967	
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$
77,950
82,034
87,794
92,140
114,483
$
1,168
1,091
1,047
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30,803
33,036
37,740
36,355
39,277
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109,921
116,161
126,581
129,396
154,548
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30,167
34,749
37,723
42,334
85,857
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51,309
55,390
58,225
70,060
31,997
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81,476
90,139
95,948
112,394
117,854
$
7,185,427
7,990,044
8,845,913
9,941,527
10,522,891
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TABLE IV—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1970
(Figures shown in nearest dollar)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
(1)
Net
Premiums
Earned
(2)
Net
Losses
Incurred
(3)
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
$
536,768
395,750
402,830
890,233
214,591
588
172,410
59,148
677,496
443,443
18,987
448,231
5,358
-19,526
188,099
57,420
232,348
499,270
237,396
18,692
7,798
285,243
125,703
847,968
895
58,481
1,331,223
281,928
59,623
$
525,102
80,300
272,600
1,028,846
164,611
—3,909
169,114
171,173
494,517
272,458
15,877
287,707
1,216
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200,471
56,875
195,425
450,676
228,297
19,931
7,168
269,815
78,325
716,787
1,470
53,318
1,113,857
213,095
41,811
$
285,706
31,828
71,721
769,517
3,000
29 ,
121,235
53,699
257,524
2,129,055
7,295
87,387 '
405
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140,284
16,898
113,888
291,400
142,666
6,934
4,482
160,132
87,841
616,268
8,377
33,619
641,312 '
109,373
28,351
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959,409
4,098
3,461
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54 40
39.60
26.30
74 80
1.80
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Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd	
71.70
31 40
Allstate Insurance Co. of Canada	
52.10
781 40
45 90
Arkwright-Boston Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co.
30.40
33 50
Baltica Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Bankers & Traders Insurance Co. Ltd	
69.90
29.70
58.30
64.70
62.40
34.80
62.50
59 30
112.10
85 90
569.90
63.10
57.60
Canadian Surety Co _ _  ...	
51.30
Casualty Co. of Canada   	
Centennial Insurance Co 	
67.80
1,244,098
5,689
110,346
702
267,138
1,536,847
177,416
14,925
652,569
491,002
187,140
46,299
867,611
238,494
230,897
350,637
473,821
39,561
369,284
1,198
1,749
190,089
905,748
373,541
193,024
254,531
220,663
1,295
84,123
163,547
1,620
686,476
84,802
126,637
1,142,050
6,428
94,716
461
233,951
2,026,934
168,851
15,094
587,308
428,693
173,447
36,535
733,569
167,248
163,904
216,974
438,383
56,567
381,074
11,340
2,449
180,912
999,998
356,237
174,565
263,411
222,472
1,272
84,053
117,009
31,830
651,153
94,962
96,854
84 00
63.80
3.70
Commerce & Industry Co. of Canada    ,
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd—	
104,470
1,739,768
111,345
1,923
257,618
228,622
107,583
25,325
356,394
113,404
152,875
227,125
266,537
19,778
217,046
5,766
11,653
119,297
887,691
297,117
114,311
248,928
98,097
66,333
73,441
9,116
385,774
72,267
83,146
44.60
85.80
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Insurance Co.
65.90
12.70
Continental Insurance Co..  	
43.90
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co 	
53.30
CornhiU Insurance Co. Ltd...	
Cumis Insurance Society, Inc  	
62.00
69.30
48.60
67.80
93.30
Eagle Star Insurance Co. of Canada	
104.70
Economical Mutual Insurance Co	
60.80
35.00
Employer's Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd	
56.90
Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin
50.80
475.80
65.90
Federal Insurance Co        	
88.70
Federated Mutual Insurance Co	
83.40
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada	
65.40
Fire Insurance Co. of Canada-	
94.50
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.	
44.10
Florists Mutual Insurance Co  .
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co _   .
78.90
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada    .
62.80
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd....
General Insurance Co. of America 	
28.60
59.20
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada	
76.10
Gerling Global General Insurance Co	
85.80
19,071,913
17,485,715
13,584,256
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1970
E 71
TABLE IV—FIRE  INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
(1)
Net
Premiums
Earned
(2)
Net
Losses
Incurred
(3)
Ratio of
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Brought forward	
Gerling Global Reinsurance Co—
Glens Falls Insurance Co 	
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada  _
Gore Mutual Insurance Co 	
Grain Insurance & Guarantee Co..
Granite State Insurance Co	
Great American Insurance Co	
Great Eastern Insurance Co.	
Great Lakes Reinsurance Co	
Guarantee Co. of North America..
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd.	
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada	
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada	
Halifax Insurance Co.	
Hanover Insurance Co	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co	
Home Insurance Co	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co-
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada-
Imperial Insurance Office..
Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd—
International Insurance Co.  	
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd..
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co-
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd—
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Midland General Insurance Co.	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd—
London Assurance 	
London-Canada Insurance Co	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co-
Maryland Casualty Co..
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. Ltd 	
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. of Canada Ltd—
Merit Insurance Co 	
MFB Mutual Insurance Co	
Missisquoi & Rouville Insurance Co..
Munich Reinsurance Co	
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada-
Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of British Columbia-
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co ._	
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd.
New Hampshire Insurance Co 	
New India Assurance Co. Ltd. 	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's..
Nordisk Reinsurance Co. Ltd _	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd..
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd-
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co 	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd 	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd.	
Orion Insurance Co. Ltd  	
Pearl Assurance Co  	
Perth Insurance Co-
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd.
Phoenix Insurance Co	
Protection Mutual Insurance Co..
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd	
Quebec Assurance Co-
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd..
Reinsurance Corporation Ltd..
Reliance Insurance Co. of Canada	
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia-
Roberts Mutual Fire Insurance Co	
Carried forward.^
19,071,913
211,794
5,510
102,357
261,459
9,659
6,573
613,923
670
50,667
301
490,183
1,120,417
61,660
255,211
28,342
409,573
616,627
137,604
153,001
33,678
484,581
29,798
3,239
45,868
12,139
109,254
239,908
13,891
203,472
481
46,794
209,779
42,701
680,321
184,316
250,959
339,847
50,356
877,785
59,351
296,562
223,850
90,426
106,306
107,025
233,453
3,498
466,121
2,309,562
55,992
233,041
321,005
1,376,973
123,354
258,371
6,996
131,118
71,832
429,485
2,668
297,568
97,469
625,386
149,071
355,915
51,262
1,372
323,145
2,983
36,277,771
17,485,715
177,557
26,375
92,900
225,304
9,791
2,103
513,358
—660,032
31,147
304
452,443
1,089,014
52,136
237,178
25,111
465,461
425,407
120,414
136,048
28,971
840,756
27,592
40,138
11,534
97,297
220,920
15,014
201,598
2,305
44,915
213,988
46,475
315,928
147,298
233,070
312,727
45,040
539,427
51,856
260,213
207,118
76,185
90,946
117,051
160,164
2,782
419,511
2,257,856
50,428
228,689
288,090
1,502,395
128,778
258,202
5,767
123,241
66,126
411,467
3,728
201,765
91,023
526,118
130,382
287,782
55,637
2,861
330,353
4,238
13,584,256
143,388
5,735
61,344
178,901
64
11,243
235,883
2,222
23,812
400
195,945
429,372
36,853
157,759
21,871
60,890
479,307
81,793
66,063
20,475
549,307
12,325
27,264
7,951
71,556
139,344
12,931
107,149
2,447
28,972
151,496
9,394
3,733
92,815
103,590
151,744
28,969
178,160
34,719
164,420
138,276
42,468
37,474
71,910
153,882
2,203
184,013
4,241,621
23,057
147,940
141,455
867,236
45,897
139,282
4,405
43,541
37,262
243,413
—4,827
103,290
56,033
411,599
88,609
166,466
30,276
-2,482
160,213
3,806
Per Cent
80.80
21.70
66.00
79.40
0.60
534.60
45.90
76.50
131.60
43.30
39.40
70.70
66.50
87.10
13.10
112.67
67.90
48.60
70.70
65.30
44.70
67.90
68.90
73.50
63.10
86.10
53.10
106.10
64.50
70.80
20.20
1.20
63.00
44.40
48.50
64.30
33.00
67.00
63.20
66.80
55.70
41.20
61.40
96.10
79.20
43.90
187.90
45.70
64.70
49.10
57.70
35.60
53.90
76.40
35.30
56.30
59.20
51.20
61.60
78.20
68.00
57.80
54.40
48.50
89.80
32,633,479 !    25,254,180
 E 72 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IV—FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
(1)
Net
Premiums
Earned
(2)
Net
Losses
Incurred
(3)
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
$
36,277,771
514,693
186,448
604,290
403,468
300,900
114,403
27,670
33,450
10,381
160,298
469,765
67,244
142,706
79,803
173,265
101,515
645,794
720,959
16,446
—29,169
79,735
176,932
2,330
39,152
1,116
74,487
112,774
1,449,580
266,124
20,934
649,241
114,576
32,337
—12,757
939,154
$
32,633,479
320,270
167,804
527,846
375,267
312,679
139,684
18,522
35,259
52,182
101,546
392,779
49,371
160,218
70,750
160,642
94,503
1,065,581
764,090
14,372
49,328
147,655
1,338
42,295
1,784
50,815
113,973
1,295,199
253,276
5,118
568,925
130,396
18,590
$
25,254,180
347,518
73,605
282,964
224,658
337,308
112,637
11,506
13,192
-41,157
107,635
303,214
22,588
114,549
48,714
107,603
56,872
305,591
266,495
7,665
Per Cent
108.50
43.90
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd	
53.60
59.90
107.90
80.60
62.10
37.40
106.00
77.20
45.80
71.50
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd.	
68.80
66.90
60.10
28.70
34.90
53.30
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
37,374
9,376
17,887
22,582
48,117
43,086
554,900
167,017
23
364,721
62,480
1,904
17,801
541,735
75.80
6.30
1,336.80
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd  _ _
53.40
94.70
Victory Insurance Co. Ltd	
37.80
42.80
65.90
0.40
64.10
48.00
World Auxiliary Insurance Corporation Ltd	
10.20
807,789
67.10
Totals for 1970    _ .	
44,967,815
40,943,325
29,846,340
72.90
Totals for 1969	
39,867,213
38,032,632
25,218,449
66.31
Victoria, British Columbia, March 17, 1971.
E. T. CANTELL
Superintendent of Insurance
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 73
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
1966  	
1967    	
$
24,677,000
30,560,000
32,936,000
39,867,000
44,968,000
$
22,970,000
26.977.000
$
19,369,000
13.718.000
Per Cent
84.32
50.85
1968                                ..     ..     _
31,149,000      j      15,525,000
38,033,000      [      25,218,000
40.943.mo      !      90 su/;nno
49.84
1969      	
66.31
1970                     	
72.90
TABLE VI—RECIPROCAL EXCHANGES' PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1970
Name of Exchange
Net
Premiums
Written
(1)
Net
Premiums
Earned
(2)
Net
Losses
Incurred
(3)
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Canners Exchange Subscribers  at Warner Inter-Insurance
Bureau .	
Lumbermen's Underwriting Alliance	
Retail Lumbermen's Inter-Insurance Exchange-
Timber Insurance Exchange	
Truck Insurance Exchange	
Totals for 1970	
Totals for 1969	
55,029
1,629,705
9,167
41,753
80,558
59,056
1,296,681
9,276
41,753
83,808
1,816,212 |    1,490,574
1,156,760
1,294,905
834
745,969
112,259
Per Cent
0.20
57.53
133.95
859,062 | 57.63
1,505,910
116.50
 E 74
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VII—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1970
(Figures shown in nearest dollar)
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
(1)
Net
Premiums
Earned
(2)
Net
Losses
Incurred
(3)
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
$
589,378
1,498
43,905
722,835
63,228
295,022
48,370
6,689,709
1,528
272,614
1,053
31,050
24,894
152,847
576,359
137,828
19,378
1,195,173
2,111,859
866
512,662
72,755
22,335
1,002,150
317,798
3,257,510
56,269
167,515
1,009,950
1,100,702
26,561
245,925
1,456,304
-191
14,894
310,705
$
522,745
57,993
44,753
763,188
58,688
274,451
48,370
6,410,479
581
267,517
831
27,960
26,659
146,532
537,539
117,764
19,091
1,096,722
1,121,834
1,766
479,206
76,535
21,880
964,726
267,634
3,024,063
29,945
164,101
759,337
924,025
26,720
219,639
1,313,447
2,203
11,827
290,428
105
344,823
7,298
1,372,517
4,545,336
525,125
561
1,176,206
878,557
504,573
1,039,434
115,728
118,550
705,982
3,187,439
32,981
369,453
594,876
1,188,012
386,661
27,127
274,664
40,112
1,000,816
1,287
727,256
693,499
174,209
$
311,018
102,078
27,815
681,240
53,025
190,034
—68,247
4,733,322
315
230,921
296
13,327
16,944
87,101
334,264
87,075
50,168
710,516
780,810
1,130
340,636
57,013
12,101
777,870
287,120
2,251,842
78,435
90,759
436,892
786,994
7,638
141,312
932,155
1,495
9,535
206,442
Per Cent
59.50
176.00
62.20
89.30
90.40
69.20
73.80
American Bankers Insurance Co. of Florida 	
54.20
86.30
35.60
47.70
63.60
59.40
62.10
73.90
262.80
64.80
69.60
64.00
71.10
74.50
55.30
80.60
107.30
74.46
261.90
55.30
57.50
85.20
28.60
64.30
70.90
CIM Insurance Corporation  	
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada	
67.90
80.60
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd	
71.10
316,292
6,228
1,453,900
5,103,170
536,048
597
1,246,199
983,699
593,040
1,169,439
79,163
101,574
755,225
14,111
37.827
338,883
671,877
1,350,871
424,867
28,373
267,968
40,259
1,073,157
5,680
742,566
905,512
91,375
275,049
2,946
938,835
3,585,522
290,428
79.80
40.40
Continental Insurance Co. 	
68.40
78.90
55.30
Dominion Insurance Corporation  	
804,856
565,255
440,956
774,373
53,828
62,038
541,698
2,375,578
13,684
294,695
467,182
952,274
311,588
29,407
168,259
30,014
908,139
81
543,468
516,801
18,772
68 40
64.30
87.40
74.50
46.50
52.30
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd..	
Employers Mutual Casualty Co.. _	
76.70
74.50
Employers Mutual Liability Insurance Co. of Wisconsin
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada
41.50
79.80
78.50
80.20
Federation Insurance Co. of Canada  	
Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada	
80.60
108.40
61.30
First National Insurance Co. of America 	
74.80
90.70
6.30
74.70
74.50
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd....
10.80
40,891,138
40,154,366
29,727,117
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970 E 75
TABLE VII—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
(1)
Net
Premiums
Earned
(2)
Net
Losses
Incurred
(3)
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
$
40,891,138
422,057
220,783
387,108
584,956
—358
400,288
2,665,735
14,724
1,003,950
121,336
14,856
$
40,154,366
453,255
194,542
398,228
614,598
—1,863
368,544
2,279,387
9,169
903,998
112,343
14,387
$
29,727,117
162,309
166,480
271,568
413,505
13,156
169,009
1,763,296
9,382
430,928
100,053
23,717
—1,000
716,219
1,509,081
85,535
772,115
551,202
1,489,489
213,155
177,629
47,534
325,076
43,199
22,109
71,051
206,077
2,071,404
355,259
141,415
213,155
687,774
72,256
351,528
65,416
96,541
290,059
95,651
120,637
516,909
1,936
465,094
19,941
5,653
342,322
45,363
149,765
5,462
670,597
324,148
319,619
296,122
5,073,390
242,092
330,313
418
14,199
6,646
15
9,701
51,413
94,380
473,828
6
151,265
1,058,016
230,919
533,203
41,232
3
Per Cent
35.80
85.60
68.20
67.30
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 	
45.90
77.30
102.30
47.70
Great Eastern Insurance Co	
89.00
165.00
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd	
1,015,228
2,202,638
144,915
1,118,752
853,613
1,709,937
358,551
298,810
79,907
344,200
62,271
17,057
119,517
274,344
2,469,090
597,586
231,793
358,551
522,509
108,748
545,712
94,915
55,928
425,339
143,102
201,885
736,769
—12,799
621,752
16,190
9,991
590,835
11,339
311,992
7,159
1,038,499
814,482
497,129
443,570
6,065,563
289,543
497,129
—28
18,611
—29,943
—363
-650
120,900
154,130
853,224
9
279,191
1,836,694
388,431
759,321
17,210
5
929,342
2,043,420
123,751
997,899
743,773
1,588,567
329,030
274,190
68,788
289,858
57,830
11,994
109,676
253,638
2,282,456
548,383
211,825
329,030
735,294
101,652
507,233
82,983
105,019
370,399
143,818
210,349
745,047
9,864
679,247
18,365
11,044
552,584
11,339
242,750
6,937
980,369
766,571
464,686
410,891
5,753,757 '
311,920
464,686
405
18,238
86,354
888
8,699 i
111,061
140,916
756,647
81
273,503
1,550,926
356,450
540,515 ■
16,241
48
77.10
73.90
69.10
77.40
74.10
93.70
64.80
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada.-.
64.80
69.10
112.20
74.70
184.30
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd.,-. 	
64.80
81.20
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co      	
90.80
64.80
66.80
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd ■    	
64.80
93.50
71.10
69.30
78.80
91.90
78.30
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. Ltd 	
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. of Canada Ltd.
66.50
57.40
69.30
19.60
Motors Insurance Corporation	
Munich Reinsurance Co.	
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada 	
National Employers Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd...
68.50
108.60
51.20
61.90
400.10
61.70
New India Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's.	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd.	
78.70
68.40
42.30
68.80
72.10
88.20
77.60
71.10
103.20
77.80
7.70
1.70
111.50
46.30
66.90
62.60
7.40
55.30
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd.. 	
68.20
64.80
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd 	
98.60
253.90
6.30
Carried forward
77,417,356 |
74,242,180 |
55,514,056 [
 E 76 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VII—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
(1)
Net
Premiums
Earned
(2)
Net
Losses
Incurred
(3)
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
$
77,417,356
460,100
1,457,072
415,400
906,377
3,646,427
299,336
870,882
144,208
74,576
183,772
14,743
496,485
4,212,257
1,600
394,650
142,630
817,953
454,419
—1,218
292,152
2,675,779
1,580,908
—19,898
253,822
30,316
14,581
2,823
285
228,166
56,622
5,044,430
474,436
971,256
9,471
1,502,584
1.062,097
85,365
10,608,313
$
74,242,180
420,820
1,245,128
392,150
832,406
3,371,090
285,151
805,001
124,102
78,879
190,822
29,381
504,240 ■
4,128,482
1,713
383,164
135,074
787,333
437,408
1,710
315,112
2,320,595
1,379,916
55,514,056
268,858
967,873
268,240
533,039
2,260,943
172,275
757,727
87,641
61,125
97,156
4,872
358,389
3,011,330
3,807
265,814
103,249
633,171
353,839
4,326
147,672
2,242,445
1,014,713
168,627
5,884
20,738
7,536
158,837
108,266
2,786,655
412,574
417,595
19
888,146
712,255
Per Cent
63.90
Royal Exchange Assurance 	
77.70
68.40
64.00
67.10
60.40
94.10
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation _	
70.60
77.50
50.90
16.60
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co  -	
71.10
72.90
222.20
69.40
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd.	
76.40
80.40
80.80
Transport Indemnity Co. 	
252.00
46.80
96.60
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd	
73.50
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
229,618
17,051
16,073
634
393
207,295
52,984
4,483,479
466,841
601,662
1,131
1,378,246
991,682
25
46,103
7,402,322 '
73.40
34.50
129.00
Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd. _	
1,188.60
76.60
204.30
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co.	
Wellington Fire Insurance Co „_ 	
62.20
88.50
69.40
1.70
64.40
72.00
180,648
5,353,305
391.80
72.30
Totals for 1970.              	
117,282,533
108,307,396
80,353,645
74.20
TntAls for 1QfiQ
94,960,172
90,468,314
!_
69,594,853
76.94
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 77
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
1966   	
1967	
1968    	
$
73,886,000
77,579,000
82,572,000
94,960,000
117,283,000
$
67,368,000
76,220,000
80,530,000
90,468,000
108,307,000
$
45,698,000
46,606,000
55,261,000
69,595,000
80,354,000
67.83
61.15
68.62
1969 	
76.94
1970	
74.20
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TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1970
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
Acadia Insurance Co -  	
$
288,748
—90
2,574
190,046
10,997
$
161,869
$
39,714
$
41,105
2,480
102,657
273
2,027
7,355
19,213
500
1,777
—45
16,169
64,583
315
4,323
6,166
47,992
12,898
25,270
73,128
—/
899
40,326
10,716
528
1,950
30,562
119,988
4,141
3,958
384,825
39,085
16,088
1,004
176,153
471
35,134
600,050
25,236
5
448,607
234,637
12,668
2,100
522,627
64,356
21,939
102,224
52,854
3,344
—49
32,546
71,363
1,528
8,024
4,802
61,921
19,440
48,142
104,739
29,333
58,903
15,632
1,072
7,286
36,052
158,871
9,304
8,041
567,217
85,780
436
38,018
458
363
223
4,461
1,178
6,818
10,849
8,938
241
1,096
870
6,147
309
86
3,771
1,091
24
27,607
105
645
203,819
37,554
~2,152
5,378
18,935
7,824
19
185
78,790
7,155
2,280
186,788
901
62,601
1,675,164
36,933
36
420,627
384,229
25,733
3,934
447,376
152,071
51,073
103,736
57,077
6,732
28,567
110,311
—667
1,344
39,570
218,598
40,438
20,359
40,641
43,835
15
21,182
178,783
16,187
175,313
4,994
36,676
64,776
1,939
2,132
5,256
1,363
46,047
235 i
2,064 ■
12,991
—146
Cornhill Insurance Co. Ltd	
592
72,998
8,607
23,860
118,759
16,492
9,120
—3,502
—904
247
—45
68,365
—11
—813
27,038
204,663
82,074
6,963
29,788
32,924
10,562
5,402
472 '
5,631
127
339
6,144
8,244
8,445
—2,489
1,459
13,695
813
267
2,616
9,616
104,349
12,565
141,061
12.760
37,945
60,398
4,601
623
—404
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd	
18
124
1,447
2,579
—21
—1,038
—1,456
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 79
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
$
6,388
21,236
387,048
173
259,431
11,969
97
138,553
303,401
9,634
38,962
10,396
10,008
177,124
55,619
27,356
35,208
5,962
215
156,454
6,847
2,088
9,119
17,366
156,299
48,512
2,467
33,750
218
12,080
33,169
19,671
10,989
123,946
47,368
48,443
129,980
8,710
65,020
51,769
40,449
15,140 .
16,387
1,272
300,448
1,696,691
13,783
58,297
67,991
209,753
98,452
62,062
7,604
24,265
8,089
15,252
9,421
271,204
92
13,403
157,426
29,636
192,949
14,628
50
77,693
$
-11,285
11,548
179,633
326
139,763
3,556
$
274
2,088
5,205
$
—10
295
5,472
Great American Insurance Co  	
11,772
2,152
7,206
5
103,155
225,757
4,232
30,974
6,691
15,702
—38,882
61,283
15,398
14,015
2,968
—285
31,875
5,955
8,105
17,059
638
1,486
1,921
4,419
72
126,132
695
2,785
5,695
296
6,173
—29
393
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada	
613
27,596
511
807
928
45,053
131
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
5,133
13,072
117,652
30,363
874
16,095
115
8,100
17,393
—4,196
131
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Lombard Insurance Co. Ltd ....  	
6,649
617 I
17,341
655
—121
393
1,275
3,413
12,382
800
99
686
70,929
21,645
20,261
44,645
7,060
42,167
35,179
35,746
12,475
4,666
211
320,434
363,200
9,428
37,196
38,086
144,055
69,996
31,210
2,164
12,509
14,727
5,853
5,420
130,249
—13
6,598
96,485
16,681
230,457
7,950
—7
45,871
6,166
4,404
4,049
—25,854
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. Ltd . 	
310
732
4,729
3,801
3,036
239
1,554
Munich Reinsurance Co. of Canada j	
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd.
1,194
4,570
16
New Hampshire Insurance Co _	
32,891 l
2,188,114
895
6,807
11,554
2,077
16,021
9,279
43,356
227
3,657
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd	
3,120
8,062
18,270
   I
717
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd	
30,265
35,027
Provincial Insurance Co. Ltd 	
1,075
19,403
3,017
5,936
1,537
309
6,847
426
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd 	
3,150
154
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia 	
419
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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
$
192,799
120,179
135,861
483,793
138,429
46,293
28,577
28,224
23,063
12,198
12,007
25,232
7,212
22,729
11,983
$
199,040
128,173
85,585
269,345
111,484
33,246
16,198
20,399
7,518
220
11.948
10,287
2,310
13,153
5,892
$
19,507
13,157
13,663
21,977
1,689
724 i
607
5,402
$
6,606
3,711
1,597
2,455
1,104
—54
2,066
—10,466
129
719
Storebrand Insurance Co. Ltd.	
660
3,356
572
29
41
—101
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd    	
249
—6
5,340
2,633
101,665
217,180
5,751
—2,966 I
16,083
72,834
198
6,724
18,620
28,154
272,035
55,552
12,279
156,475
7,151
21,749
11,442
131,952
1,591
887
122,121
151,060
2,798
11,154
10,574
232
—9
11,569
40,900
802
  . |
104
2,625
127
74,579
31.407
1,241
34,158
1,987
704
19,891
151,720
37,855
—73
79,632
1,180
468
4,207
77,747
—16
1,757
129
7,884
4,843
17,807
156,904
2,098
—S3
11,640
2,045
—148
3,122
60,844
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd    _ ' 	
52
29
Totals fnr 1Q70
14,831,570
8,869,036
3,681,983
519,231
Totals for 1969	
13,022,669
8,050,468
3,557,064
1,190,969
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 81
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
$
$
$
7,261
2,117
3,276
7,351
986
18,855
3,518
472,393
158
927
14,695
2,459
514
8,684
45
1,825
363
10
129
10,129
—119
74
62,523
12,352
22,869
43
11
37,356
6,003
30,445
1,360
236
91,628
1,410
1,809
322
799
2,822
$
3,571
108
181
3,740
897
1,111
424
—940
378
1,110
23,606
9
36
415
1
1,485
810
6,930
229
759
480
8,919
	
362
5,302
56,282
3,457
11,618
49
—9,555
1,326
6,006
21
35
69,429
5,026
25,441
158
30
8,231
1,845
2,526
23,142
656
F.agle Star Insurance Co. of Canada
	
1,036
353
69
1,421
3,326
29
22
6,432
6,215
2,010
1,192
617
1,380
47
5,177
12,205
19,727
326
1,845
1,488
29,989
712
111
17,830
38,857
477
12,202
—10
-4
49,405
-74
2,459
2,041
123
5,385
-38,311
852
4,815
152
22
Fruit Grosvers Mutual Insurance Co..  	
—11
469
3
23,168
4,465
16,154
324
25,880
96
1,566
1,173
326
34
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd          	
4,530
9,658
10
21
11,874
26,128
437
1,958
	
8,159
848
	
	
219
20,941
538
2,088
1,740
357
	
	
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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
$
162
253
$
$
3,444
1,079
227
820
5,813
52,317
4,099
2,547
387
1,601
3,108
1,119
596
6,283
5,878
6,333
4,956
35
5,255
7,476
3,983
309
21,747
197,701
76
1,870
1,613
5,888
2,293
1,799
—4
1,383
3,002
10,206
123
4,461
2,664
12,817
551
19
813
28,247
8,698
11,928
7,502
$
5,021
1
745
696
—1,900
—17,100
3,479
3,608
161
	
1,913
	
927
—8,311
7,315
3,750
1,060
5,517
	
2,929
39
2,835
4,087
4,290
28,924
25
263
18,172
38,507
	
736
644
4,430
736
77
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd	
638
-120
1,021
	
5,331
36
8,135
278
2,262
3,450
877
100
7,391
1,716
14
10
28,553
7,269
6,655
1,285
—76
3,103
2
231
649
3,574
54
286
1,238
61
938
	
—1,160
1,620
669
	
1,361
—2
106
59
—199
34,833
46,088
30,228
—87
10,495
9,741
156
331
40,244
	
—1,684
48,630
2,728
2,532
—163
45,907
14
18,150
Ttnitprl States Fidelity * finaranty Crs
133
1,442
598
1,201
16,105
	
-I
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
EARTHQUAKE AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION—Continued
E 83
Earthquake
Inland Transportation
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
1,989
$
32
$
9,005
1,608
16,023
735
855
—482
12,130
$
7,541
—30
	
8,094
	
591
	
9,656
Totals for 1970 	
133,506
—324
1,701,380
633,224
Totals for 1069
167,923
3,083
1,438,689
782,816
 E 84 BRITISH COLUMBIA
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
$
18,055
602
23,366
3,654
10
1,396
429
3,576
2,008
253
14,946
8,548
232
152
15,238
9,947
195,384
1,689
1,141
35,312
10,052
7,144
36,581
184
5,448
5,388
—85
20,654
29,679
3,648
17,704
28,574
31,895
13,322
12,493
167
5,773
11,150
5,161
3,888
11,967
2,426
1,664
24,510
2,746
27,444
2,132
4,490
6,833
3,071
21,291
$
7,458
44
16,083
2,078
$
94
$
630
203
2,257
1,305
—109
10,304
9,329
135
115
7,021
4,166
192,724
1,850
860
7,042
6,592
3,405
38,897
104
5,654
5,297
18
—5
210
8
78
14,520
29
2,922
—2
2,265
199
131
5
13
15,715
70,648
2,751
13,470
13,623
11,217
14,324
13,427
48
41
76
11
5,676
—1,050
2,653
—2,197
13,948
97
3,170
21,785
3,392
18,898
—95
3,515
5,531
2,318
18,847
14
122
5
29
43
287
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd	
-4
47
9
143
13,862
37
108
14,327
30,922
1,929
23,513
99
11,688
6,952
4,484
3,737
1,054
6,561
581
—124
10,440
22,836
935
17,057
-57
-134
	
2,208
17,456
3,091
2,576
520
63
53
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada	
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 85
TABLE IX—MISCELL.4NEOUS 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
$
38,182
872
24
1,495
20
181
7,473
4,484
50
1,812
6,758
1,299
304
5,024
2,523
3,595
$
2,563
652
$
207
—5
$
1,030
21
5,152
3,091
105
63
1,979
3,843
228
2
2,465
1,665
2,497
—203
1
—139
—38
2,257
65
11,106
52
272
165
3,577
109
4.516
50
14,753
2,072
969
8,289
7,253
34,126
1,159
8,289
99
1,306
1,175
26,093
1,900
10,543
4,857
5,025
226
5,513
19,040
5,901
11,340
9,748
3,639
3,667
285
749
1,649
1,082
40
4,682
1,212
13,086
6,420
8,801
22,823
71
—754
7,449
892
78
24
353
11,225
711
157
9,046
7,916
24,591
575
9,047
35
4
8
7
-147
8
218
773
2,094
11,186
1,432
—2,516
3,349
1,282
—160
4,053
15,078
4,490
7,728
11,073
1,805
3,029
145
2,577
—17
1,476
—121..
2,905
—433
5,744
3,191
8,457
15,334
5
1,454
—5
—121
140
68
-34
14
158
8
22
15
64
35
—55
Traders General Insurance Co 	
	
United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co	
39
 E 86
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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
$
2,080
27,517
8,083
141
18,833
3,578
2,897
29,166
$
319
19,767
7,947
$
$
20
12,880
3,619
3,850
19,113
263
43
—4
Totals for 1970
1,237,243 [       932,966 |         19,558
3,444
Totals for 1969 _	
1.103 997  I        800.881
27,798
1,060
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 87
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
$
$
$
2,318
329
316
118,218
$
—1,500
	
—31,389
—15
225,832
10,840
13,482
—52
8,228
58
—69
583
8,171
—25
32,626
27,965
19,611
—27
13,455
96
—81
—520
—49
Consolidated Fire & Casualty Ins. Co   	
15
12
3,686
3,159
—118
1,346
47,012
16,563
19,116
17,813
2,439
3,698
—1,040
222
362
	
	
22
—121
76
—351
3,252
2,710
723
—265
29
24
	
—8
1,084
5,420
3,252
2,859
—670
16,095
133
174,266
11,154
2
23,305
57,638
13,075
11,440
13,075
36,098
1
3,523
9,322
35,250
8,294
64,819
10
48
29
—17
—22,610
210
—10,497
10
1,037
2,633
	
—79
—69
	
—79
44
	
31
4
1,053
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd.   	
72
385
—778
—37
13,919
15,410
307
120
—1,040
Totals for 1970...                    	
2,500
1,096,715
—40,887
Totals for 1969 _ 	
3,739
—3,000
997,367
315,597
 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS
Machinery
Plate Glass
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
$
$
6,175
—9
11,023
$
2,746
6,678
773
—500
3,053
1
390
157
2,195
850
33
1,572
204
62
144,846
46,113
1,113
498
9,838
4,844
1
278,573
11,626
6,085
4
136,244
4,092
330
86
5,706
3,030
37,448
482
647
9,906
5,484
1,258
39,097
155
2,480
4,025
13,706
13,587
2,070
447
11,750
5,030
8,270
7,700
5,952
4,313
881
10,211
1,342
63
3,540
86
5,561
7,070
580
21,781
1,104
3,545
5,402
1,369
11,515
10
5,073
34
14
6,167
13,276
1,535
13,484
28
3,424
3,671
138,899
2,563
1,449
3,082
338
37
1,859
7,211
22,753
7,902
4,392
247
276
16
1,746
2,818
556
28,239
79
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd 	
1,554
878
1,868
2,593
215,206
66,152
8,149
9,445
883
811
184,463
56,702
6,985
2,228
3,395
4,517
2,107
3,729
4,483
2,779
1,608
3,343
602
	
3,863
14
77,266
15,803
6,709
—36,859
8,783
2,989
536
8,733
545
3,088
4,660
2,616
2,327
3,823
1,090
2,197
3,399
826
7,484
2,040
164
     -
6
3,985
	
	
8,717
708
12,186
4
2,987
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970 E 89
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
MACHINERY AND PLATE GLASS—Continued
Machinery
Plate Glass
Name of Insurer
1;
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
3,488
2,907
$
$
6,017
1,826
1,521
845
2,490
377
3
609
$
4,122
1,453
1,211
1,101
918
Imperial Insurance Office
394
169
250
International Insurance Co.
1,163
484
367
Liberty Mutual Fir*. Insurance Co
27
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co  _	
239
5,813
3,488
2,422
1,453
3,043
1,826
12
868
5,649
380
2,602
1,516
2,244
79
1,836
1,101
London & Midland General Insurance Co	
544
307
654
2,908
314
51,045
21
29,265
12
Maryland Casualty Co  	
911
Mercantile ft General Reinsurance Co. Ltd.
393
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. of Canada Ltd. _
591
283
MFB Mutual Insurance Co	
58,089
70
15,360
34
26
96
38,866
91
Mutual Boiler & Machinery Insurance Co	
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd—
2,193
11
2,300
14
9,790
27
57
3,968
3,472
25,812
1,303
3,968
28
769
653
9,262
889
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co _	
5
61
New Hampshire Insurance Co,
1,352
153,719
2,909
2
47,251
5,821
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's.. .          	
2,486
2,175
1,404
1,229
1,405
2,989
2,615
19,708
Norwich TTninn Fire Insurance Society T,fd.
1,434
2,486
2 989
4
	
579
Perth Insurance Co.   	
607
4,119
Protection Mutual Insurance Co.
12,032
14
1,078
17,852
1,978
1,581
59
1,892
6,052
3,916
4,613
193
4,104
1,989
1,142
334
1,230
1,573
997
4,023
458
4,663
2,624
2,430
9,708
—1,691
460
Prudential Assurance Cn. ltd
12,466
3,778
1,574
1,193
354
18,901
44,048
419
5,874
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada	
61,488
124,182
2,328
2,771
871
—960
1,110
12,333
449
363
1,562
874
State. Farm Fire * Casualty Co.
706
2,196
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd     .
	
205
	
1,521
845
Travelers Indemnity Co _   	
155
110
2,088
5,853
 E 90
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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
$
$
$
1,245
76
1
171
33,655
6,038
17
7,653
4,172
728
33,778
$
394
	
—204
11
25,579
	
3,892
14,706
6,055
4,589
4,298
15,606
8,783
541
13,584
Totals for 1970
1,528,168
352,978
726,273
503,604
Totals for 1969
955,807
742,349
449,213
318,959
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 91
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
$
6,789
378
2,772
504
362
672
$
—8,153
—4,199
1,312
323
$
6,580
14,124
—738
—63
7,791
1,376
26
7,337
4,904
720
37,291
$
—2J84
2,274
574
12,672
5,403
630
11,073
1,220
112,215
462
29,239
19,225
1,474
9,228
3,274
3,636
181
23,366
20,687
3,554
20,028
5,898
1,175
25
7,859
5,978
9,276
2,468
6,280
3,257
520
—363
—8,914
62,826
135
9,117
1,655
152
8,108
5,622
619
209,496
71
88,779
146,739
1,957
6,243
2,897
732
428
46,672
3,167
6,549
2,923
8,842
65,659
343
200
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd    _
39
5,821
5,846
6,047
4,990
608
29,762
200
80,146
7,829
25,511
1,375
1,640
6,973
~784
900
5,793
370
47,833
1,909
6,808
2,625
101,051
142
119
180
2,004
19,150
13,470
390
662
3,244
1,504
94
3,896
1,785
945
141 i
4,085
5,617
6,952
1,056
8,852
—8
306
465
2,647
1,842
288
11,299
5,323
4,614
9,853
379
1,856
2,096
1,609
3,802
6,033
14
7,132
277
19
1,267 I
642
5,784
6,336
3,802
—2,992
18,307
35,254
118
—378
—2,885
69
—1,253
General Accident, Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.	
—582
—1,550
i
1,345
1,850
733
—1,500
13,764
—144
54,877
77
7,469
10,382
22,493
2,346
4,608
1,000
2,581
5,650
4,593
10,046
1,463
—145
3,035
168
2,201
1,834
5,236
1,794
1,495
977
814
3,132
161
36,264
640
32
734
1,388
288
Law, Union & Rock Insurance Co. Ltd	
598
326
2,989
1,794
3,698
2,201
1,629
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.
977
 E 92
BRITISH COLUMBIA
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
■
•
$
$
77
1,014
337
15
560
7,176
9,146
25
$
1,146
233
411 1
131 i
4,735
6,675
1,968
10
—216
14
550
7,237
10,856
2,192
Mercantile & General Reinsurance Co. of Canada Limited
3,287
'
73
4,158
-4,357
8,996
7,871
13,147
8,996
16,691
23,670
5,239
4,584
3,150 .
5,239
175
—11
10,183
6,362
4,118
1,260
33,338
21,259
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd	
4,635
4,056
3,518
4,635
1,299
565
9,926
2,280
2,384
2
12
13,335
5,584
10,404
1,226
105 I
1,271
30,511
16,950
1,627
41,046
15,794
525,676
624
131
4,268
1,097
195
9,234
58,463
773
2,103
63
55
-1,937
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd 	
63
—10,203
—71
1,943
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd    	
5,708
1,059
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia  _.	
—136
2,187
1.663
4,484
15,377
26
5,158
6,676 i
9,738
6,086
506
-^4,120
8,503
2,443
303
—238
561
9,053
5,137
—25
5,236
2,933
6,189
3,795
7,664
—7,293
—4,039
129
7,561
14,708
434
1
582
5,454
111
19,445
295
96
772
4,877
-^444
6,745
United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co	
404,640
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co  — 	
928
679
14,946
2,000
4,072
34,647
—199
—378
250
—550
Totals for 1970         _               .          	
606,378
335,827
1,851,261
648,756
Totals fnr 1QfiO
635,276
515,043
2,064,955
263,030
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 93
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PUBLIC AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
67,441
-362
37,532
81,898
5,113
89
13,075
90,241
-37
$
2,316
$
199
1,271
278
—5,519
1,196
19,217
2,622
9,278
34,390
809
5,731
5,444
14,366
1,977
—1,230
2,345
—212
23
-14
103
4
2
1
87
1
1,130
94
1,552
1
1
715
149
21,130
566
5
6,625
228
199
796
1
957
153
16,159
14,537
1,132
109,785
15,826
77,178
6,162
955
147,273
32,866
1,016,407
6,717
7,166
308,584
148,678
18,162
96,033
970
49,997
22,548
9,501
253,594
78,359
22,958
1,210
231,574
72,646
77,134
65,780
560
117,322
5,619
235
24,159
45,266
60,510
22,266
1,239
24,656
13,166
1,525
20,942
78,413
9,085
148,440
20,989
13,503
21,085
258
24,702
93,105
520
185,297
4,639
6,614
201
83,910
804
50,115
1,031
266
34,778
11,758
529,362
—5,301
1,995
568,628
85,432
13,795
33,692
268
30,213
31,859
93,600
142,251
10,731
6,381
12
1,921
-85
483
12,412
—908
1,876
996
-7
—51
—865
5,090
4,635
16
276
5,286
794
58
1,120
2,728
1,621
Dominion Insurance Corporation. ■	
119,926
55,180
80,059
21,038
251
113,546
—175
—11
34,134
55,860
33,651
5,370
—783
20,771
—20,623
96
5,909
12,080
14,880
46,614
25,102
6,633
9,181
2,264
346
75
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd	
2,256
619
—123
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd    	
164
676
—926
—1,004
9
111
28
94
—350
69,962
7,994
794
1,014
1,793
95
149
227
1,817
377
179
5,783
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada	
20,857
—15,442
15,163
—600
—1,193
18,925
24,618
78
—6,867
432
128
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TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PUBLIC AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY—Continued
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
7,291
759
41
105,968
233,503
10,011
105,137
1         $
170
366
$15
$
52,908
156,342
2,405
2,829
599
1,282
10
406
20,241
105
277
339
283
6
11,201
36
97
214
—6
35,072
42,398
32,936
27,446
5,493
96,761
6,461
413
10,979
4,608
41,474
54,893
2,626
32,936
356
16,371
37,439
3,897
21,562
16,145
14,186
10,159
10,755
246
8,025
3,137
16,710
4,978
17,238
181,139
559,637
74,841
65,935
236,152
24,923
74,841
—3,456
—813
15,193
2,907
98,904
11,944
99,262
35,680
11,047
880
6,215
4,606
25,233
24,328
1,237
—71,147
3,307
8,411
3,297
29,676
42,055
944
26,423
42
10,630
9,816
1,917
8,913
3,792
15,246
23,217
4,124
33
576
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada 	
480
—3
7,099
5
113
55
493
565
192
16
149
960
339
576
328
58
12
2,300
382
1,487
2,040
—18
—25
1,133
1,700
5
51
19
1
1
4
3,636
41,324
1,504
1,317
21
1,505
786
367
4,638
—2,568
12,591
101,608
151,507
48,596
43,272
103,852
41,705
48,849
1,046
—1,973
55,667
2,228
8,049
—325
3,324
52,707
27,336
7,824
10,300
—175
3,997
—21,535
40,643
63,537
85,899
85,386
2,226
6,383
976
—9,197
25
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Assn. Ltd	
	
Npw Hampshire Insurance. Cn.
1,949
3,009
82
72
Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co	
82
1,347
—11
3
—945
298
120
8
9,331
367
1,988
624
65
23,029
143,199
72,455
90,609
122,496
326,718
27,325
12,931
6,298
2,749
2
741
1,454
1,015
7,483
477
260
4
212
780
1,441
1,346
2,496
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 95
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PUBLIC AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY—Continued
Public Liability
Employers' Liability
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
13,359
4,534
114
24,797
7,567
	
I         •
21
41
51
7,476
1,999
—38
17,612
10,487
9,848
77,678
32,005
6,390
•
$
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co.
32
4
—19
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd-	
7
98,001
53,776
10,961
376,221
167,676
—5,028
146,393
13,588
217
108
27
8,077
3,049
77,717
33,823
2,574
137,856
30,485
82
10,887
126,691
585
325
396
220
3,231
-566
—1,998
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd	
981
-4
328
13
142
150
4
8,731
230
2
1,505
282
1,273
37,708
47,787
—128
104,837
27,127
3,046
-7,297
2,401
3,125
Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd  	
-19,477
31,367
1,057
1,459
—1,684
304
Tntiilsfor 1970
8,801,292
4,314,678
205,407
142,442
Totals for 1969   	
7,270,814
6,446,883
214,801
—5,005
 E 96
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TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS
Group
Individual
..                             Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
P
Net
remiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
S
1,657
$
32
650,097
C
C
IS
C
N
C
{£
(N
C
C
c
c
c
c
c
In
c
(c
n
fc
N
N
c
c
c
f c
IN
tc
(N
C
y
}n
c
fc
(N
IS
N
IS
C
f c
)N
J C
j.N
C
C
[S
fc
lNc
fc
IN
C
$
6,287
151
1,941
116
$
798
627
786,530
8
9,897
256
71
814
458
12,741
172
883
5,130
36,490
436
94
9,789
5,230
520
130,110
35,427
2,100
53
1,676
345
4,713
6,862
62,256
73
308
1,552
5,349
991
27,680
230,082
180,188
215,899
66,339
6,000
14,986
1,150,371
10,117
7,188
57
17,011
1,350
241,727
11,253
20,525
212
118
360
8,530
2,475
7,552
20,139
47
558
31
24
9,633
35,892
17,218
25,228
1,159,960
126
8,753
Canada Health & Accident Assurance Corporation	
117,484
2,615
4,779
4,039
146
13,132
12,405
—2
6,071
5,000
22,571
93
840
—333
Canadian Reinsurance Co      	
7,865
83
495
10,450
1,908,522
1,138
1,240,701
22,0<86
7,820
4,495,426
2,822
478
18,931
96,389
334
1,162
63,799
49,723
—197
—27
42
3,637
907,051
267
834,516
20,817
3,592
4,327,474
30S
527
17,844
72,641
376
282,109
413,079
10,630
818
86,008
60,187
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd 	
149,092
5,305
15,464
653,170
519,945
60,674
2,743
6,631
427,959
245,235
85,266
12,975
15
70,334
39
52,007
8,441
12,543
2,230
126
3,010
36,319
79,753
1,581
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co	
4,184
—UI
53,901
25,253
1,963
143,703
—61
26,147
8,728
12,828
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd	
—801
C—Cancellable.       N—Noncancellable.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 97
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS—Continued
Name of Insurer
Group
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States..
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada 	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co.-
Federal Life & Casualty Co.-
Federated Mutual 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
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada   	
Great American Insurance Co. 	
Great Eastern Insurance Co 	
Great Lakes Reinsurance Co. 	
Great-West Life Assurance Co 	
$
38,586
5,404
584,583
215,194
3,143
46
113,304
1,458
—188
280 I
1,204
1,611,381
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 Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada....
Imperial Insurance Office 	
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada- 	
Income Disability & Reinsurance Co. of Canada	
Industrial Indemnity Co.- _ 	
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 & Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd  	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd	
London & Midland General Insurance Co 	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd 	
London Assurance 	
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 -
4,454
3
1,605
1,337
2,475
107,010
372,034
1,139
21,580
6,860
88,862
527
535
2,675
1,605
74,924
3,652
18,309
1,003,529
16,315 I
11,087
i,840
240,500
42,299
5,357
952,430
601,203
$
104,095
5,182
494,796
120,095
3,259
393
59,019
606
349
931,052
367
466
388
204
39,254
142,760
2,078
79,034
60,860
155
94
848
776
466
56,586
1,273
1,505
731,522
19,114
2,856
775
91,228
48,172
3,277
789,012
459,669
C
C
c
c
c
IS
c
\c
IN
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
N
In
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
fc
IN
c
c
fc
IN
c
c
N
c
c
N
c
c
N
c
N
N
C
c
N
4,914
583
9,571
16,546
199
51
3,310
142
1,056
1,715
476
300,112
96,846
12,463
27,096
6,754
343
1,561
54
1,408
1,173
3,730
45,517
778
3,061
4,151
768
469
37
338
2,346
11
1,408
3,603
286
23,876
—6
1,619
226,068
83
274
69,107
99
5,864
24,009
3,624
27,027
18,760
3,378
315
4,382
1,080
1,055
90
8,154
719
3,132
243
733
765
483
223
252,297
39,092
2,471
5,404
953,785
196
—18
512
297
248
109
17,245
44,676
1,015
154
99
94
849
496
297
1,857
807
586
78,686
38,515
1,720
—2,196
2,082
22,733
1,623
5,387
2,564
—749
—748
28
C—Cancellable.       N—Noncancellable.
 E 98
BRITISH COLUMBIA
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
$
42,724
64,804
597,059
$
42,370
33,359
542,938
N
is
N
C
In
C
c
IS
N
f C
)N
(C
(N
C
IS
c
}n
IS
C
N
c
c
yc
(N
re
IN
N
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
N
IS
c
N
n
c
c
c
IS
c
c
J
182,551
539,798
226,143
28,569
1,012
1,865
14,619
43,338
48,889
32,583
16,048
12,414
16,491
1,309
14,627
1,145
248
$
93,052
273,299
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
196,072
12,497
166,134
15,776
36,015
18,341
108,046
17,656
14,609
128,187
14,870
10,415
60,178
64,374
6,126
5,091
1,819
13,827
60,905
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's	
11,500
19,244
1,852
24,740
8,503
8,620
200
4,707
372
473
58,319
16,696
45,608
5,669
261
31,823
5,818
10,939
3,268
1,933
897 i
5,133
197,190
16,510
1,309
1,348
4,285
17,043
2,934
77,952
8,487
—902
203,691
1,688
6,647
6,319
5,896
752 i
5,498
2,407
896
12,492
296,912
1,738
—7,619
136,972
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd.
	
48
—13
4,537
271,956
504
798
3,082
5,196
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd	
5,353
101,977
35,076
1,525
18,428
17,336
4,608
3,340
6,772
16,285
322
Royal Exchange Assurance      	
4,333
24,362
6,310
4,278
15,728
671
8
123
115,534
4,975
5,948
1,164
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd   	
743
—72
14,552
747
208
1,228
105
4,318
32,811
27,724
3,953
Security Mutual Casualty Co	
439
16,255
14,680
231,019
40,917
19,030
1,290
563
—168
862
5,948
440
3,676
485
2,121
—85
13,853
792,209
1,221,794
1,133
491,661
954,592
610
—268
133,266
36,494
3,628
494,420
664,426
—69
6,686
2
291
475,046 |
1,940
1,239
927
8,333
2
Zurich Insurance Co 	
486,973
40
Totals for 1970                                    	
21,315,899
16,525,015
5,978,760
4,189,784
Totals for 1969	
16,555,878
13,836,362
5,900,655
2,602,331
C—Cancellable.       N—Noncancellable.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1970
E 99
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
$
43,701
12,747
—33,646
—17,097
1          $
—1,586
114,426
451
$
6,195
53,771
—742
—73
14
53,391
2,925
69,700
25,369
11,288
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd  ,	
7,868
1,895
1,796
Aviation & General Insurance Co. Ltd	
98,418
772
478,215
12,984
139,770
—22,637
349
330,558
158
93,137
75,426
18,510
—3,446
39,872
258,126
10,791
—4,363
156,631
100,701
226,759
12,009
25,428
3,188
—10,482
29,891
68 313
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd.,. ,	
83,765
18,343
4,861
78,426
8,050
—4,064
4,590
8,829
78,040
37,757
93,094
5,426
77,551
—17,117
531,717
52,855
27,070
825
34,458
14,055
370,756
-2,441
5,053
—4,058
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd 	
872
9,016
8,546
46,508
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada 	
43,643
41,434
102,970
70,928
102,967
94,560
38,496
65,685
38,490
58,047
6,241
43,514
8,748
357,256
—28,736
32,580
2,283
146,224
825
—278
191,855
-1,445
872
33,782
—7,725
219,454
10,959
13,309
1,706
825
152,453
675
327
2,946
91,423
1,045
188,216
12,117
55,571
234
-       -
—2,113
42,002
664
—5,130
3,977
896
38,168
41,434
21,190
—1,430
7,294
9,825
189,294
13,810
134,053
—26,670
88,536
9,762
42,540
—1,698
-2,902
1,087,497
307
-32
687
653
	
1
15,589
111,880
5,232
55,743
3,473
2,167,558
76,414
53,867
506,593
138,051
122,066
110,031
 E 100
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES—Continued
AIRCRAFT AND MARTH^-Continued
Aircraft
Marine
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
117,440
214,291
102
1,393,497
$
40
480,817
335,201
164,142
—87
2,763
459
47
13,080
128,808
1,389
176,736
—21,448
39,320
-1,161
136,442
—182
25
44,752
55,391
51,357
44,063
825
116,618
492,161
558,267
5
22,297
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd      _	
27,098
62,814
48,412
23,604
—38,328
1,045
59,273
—2,849
43,698
—16,038
43,699
7,293
363,523
—43,943
—7,641
—33,639
— 7,781
176,431
153,519
86,115
102,969
2,722
26,175
48,637
34,888
38,489
—6,058
772
349
—1,871
20,630
Totals for 1970    ...
6,489,499
2,465,722
5,790,228
2,356,554
Totals f«r 1qfiQ
4,141,967
4,557,046
6,245,316
3,295,149
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1970
E 101
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
LS
LS
T
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
T
C
M
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
$
27,892
29
107
9,683
77
$
17,652
53
	
—1,522
	
154
131
503
431
i
10
83
15
118
646
1,293
7
3
	
3,519
4,230
50,357
23,165
315
150
Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation 	
30,214
	
	
—1,200
110
360
	
77,980
14,360
646
44
—166
119
144
3,297
116
14,609
301
  i
266
Totals for 1970
2,865
1,675
215,484
60,277
Totals for 1969	
6,824
271,145
65,898
T—Title.       M—Mortgage.       C—Credit.       LS—Live stock.
 E 102
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE X—OTHER INSURANCE  (TABLE IX)   SUMMARY
(OOO's omitted)
Class of Insurance
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
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	
Personal accident and sickness  (individual), P.
Personal  accident and  sickness  (individual), L-
Personal  accident and sickness  (group),
Personal  accident and sickness  (group),
L	
Aircraft, P..
Aircraft, L-
Marine, P._
Marine, L.~.
Hail, P	
Hail, L	
Other forms, P..
Other forms, L..
Totals, P..
Totals, L-
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
52,479
38,050
$
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
57,719
34,148
$
$
$
10,149
13,023
14,832
6,080
8,050
8,869
4,178
3,557
3,682
1,919
1,919
519
127
168
3
1,435
134
1,005
1,701
692
783
633
948
1,103
1,237
571
801
933
13
27
20
1
1
3
—7
4
2
1
3
	
491
997
1,097
109
316
-40
441
956
1,528
45
742
353
580
449
726
339
319
504
2,044
2,700
2,458
535
778
985
6,671
7,271
8,801
3,550
6,447
4,315
126
215
205
73
-5
142
4,851
1,997
17,750
57,286
34,442
5,901
2,602
16,556
65,026
44,507
5,979
4,190
21,316
3,991
13,836
16,525
3,061
4,142
6,490
1,563
4,557
2,466
4,496
6,245
5,790
2,925
3,295
2,356
55
6
3
22
.
2
307
271
215
29
66
60
76,216
42,815
P.—Profit.
L.—Losses.
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1971
1,030-1071-7797

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