Report of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Dominion of Canada for the Year Ending 31st December ...

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order of Parliament by MacLean, Roger & Company, 1879
 

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Page 165 - Premium notes, loans, or liens used in purchase of surrendered policies and voided by lapse.
Page 91 - Real estate — A lot of ground in the city of Quebec, situated on the westerly side of St. Peter Street, bounded in front by St. Peter Street, in the rear by...
Page 144 - The amount of loans, as above, on which interest has not been paid within one year previous to...
Page 210 - January, 1865, showed that the total population of the grand-duchy had risen to 1,798,909, or at the rate of one and a half per cent. per annum.
Page 58 - CANADA. Amount paid during the year for losses occurring in previous years (which losses were estimated in last statement at...
Page 228 - Premium notes, loans or liens, on policies in force, the reserve on each policy being in excess of all indebtedness thereon ; Par and market values of Canadian and other stocks and securities owned by the company, specifying in detail the amount, number of shares, and the par and market...
Page 30 - EXPENDITURE IN *CANADA. Paid during the year for fire losses occurring in previous years (which losses were estimated in last statement at $15,882.
Page 72 - Real estate (less incumbrances) in Canada, held by the Company viz. : Four-story building situate NW corner of St. Francois Xavier and Hospital Streets, Montreal, occupied by the Company and tenants as offices „ $70,000 00 Lot on Canterbury Street, St. John, NB, on which former office of the Company stood 3,240 00 73,240...
Page xxxix - Agents' Balances and Bills Receivable. Cash on hand and in Banks. Interest due and accrued. Other Assets Total Assets in Canada. Nature of Business.
Page 13 - Loans secured by bonds and mortgages, on which not more than one year's interest is due, constituting a first lien on real estate...

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