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SESSIONAL PAPERS. 



VOL. XXIX.-PART III. 



THIRD SESSION EIGHTH LEGISLATURE 



OF 'THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



SESSION 1897. 



TORONTO: 
PRINTED FOR LUD. K. CAMERON, QUEEN'S PRINTER, 

Bt WARWICK BROS. & RUTTBR, 68 and 70 FRONT STREET WEST, 

1897. 



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LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS. 



ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY. 



Title. 



Accounts, Public 

Agricultural College Report . 

Agricultural Societies 

Algonqtiin Park, Regulations. 

Arbitration, Provincial 

Archaeology, "Report (part of). 
Asylums, Report 



Bee-keepers' Association, Report 

Births, Marriages and Deaths, Report 

Blind Institute, Report 

Bonds and Securities 



Central Prison Industries 

Children 8 Court, Sittings, etc . . . 
Children's Protection Act, Report. 

Common Gaols, Report 

Crown Lands, Report 



Dairymen and Creameries, Report 

Davidson, F. R. re Letter 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, Report . 

Dickinson, John, dismissal of 

Division Courts, Report 



Education, Report 

" Regulations 

Pupils at High Schools* 
Educational Council, appointments 

Minutes 

Elections 

Engledue Mining Syndicate 

Entomology, Report 

Estimates 



No. 



Factories, Report 

Farmers' Institutes, Report 



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67 
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20 
29 
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55 
71 
16 
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63 
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58 
37 
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23 



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Forestry, Report 

Fruit Experiment Stations. Report 

Fruit Growers, Report 

Game and Fish Commission, Report 

Game Laws, Orders in Council 

" Correspondence 

Game Warden Smith 

Gaols, Prisons and Reformatories, Report 

Health, Report 

Hospitals, Report 

Huron House of Refuge, Report 

Immigration, Report 

Industries Bureau, Report 

Insurance, Report 

Iron Mining Fund, Regulations 

Jamieson, Judge, Order in Council 

Legal Offices, Report 

Live Stock Associations, Report 

Mc Arthur, Alexander, Estate of 

Marriage Licenses, Issuers of 

Mines, Report , , 

Mining Locations, Engledue , 

Mosgrove, Judge, Order in Council 

Municipal Investigation, Financial Condition . . . 
Muskoka, Timber in •. . , 

Northern Exhibition, Correspondence , 

Oakley Township, Timber in 

Poultry and Pet Stock, Report , 

Public Accounts .' 

Public Works, Report , 

Queen Victoria Niagara Falls Park, Report 

Railways receiving Aid 

Registrar-General, Report 

Registry Offices, Report 

Roalmaking, Report 



No. 



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27 
19 

31 
62 
66 
68 
11 

34 
13 
56 

6 
36 

9 
25 

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30 
26 



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Secretary and Registrar, Report 

Smith, Depity Game Warden 

Statutes, distribution 

Tavern and Shop Licenses, Report . . . . 

Timber Berths, sale of 

Timber Dues, Ground Rent, etc 

Timber in Muskoka 

Titles, Master of, Report 

Toll Roads, Report 

Toronto General Trusts Company 

Toronto University, Report on Capital. 
" Report on Finance 

Waterloo County House of Refuge . . . . 



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LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS. 



Arranged in Numerical Order with their Titles at fvll length ; the dates when 
Ordered and when presented to the Legislature ; the name of tfie Member 
who m/yved the same, and whether Ordered to be Printed or not 



No. 1. 



No. 2. 



No. 3.. 



No. 4. 



No. 5. 



No. 6. 



No. 7.. 



No. 8, 



No. 9. 



CONTENTS PART I. 

Report of the Minister of Education for the year 1896, with the 
Statistics of 1895. Presented to the Legislature, 2nd March, 1897. 
Prinied. 



CONTENTS PART II. 

Public Accounts of the Province for the year 1896. 
Legislature, 16tb February. 1897. Printed. 



Presented to the 



Estimates for the Service of the Province until after the Elstimates of 
the year are finally passed. Presented to the Legislature, 12th 
February, 1807. Not printed. Estimates for the year 1897. 
Presented to the Legislature, 17th February, 1897. Printed. 
Estimates (Supplementary) for the year 1897. Presented to the 
Legislature, 9th April, 1897. Printed, Estimates (Supplementary) 
for the year 1897. Presented to the Legislature, 10th April, 
1897. Not printed. 

Report of the Commissioner of Crown Lands for the year 1896. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, 23rd March, 1897. Printed, 

Report of the Department of Immigration for the year 1896. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, 15th March, 1897. Printed, 



ICONTENTS PART III. 

Report of the Inspector of Division Courts for the year 1^96. 
sented to the Legislature, 9th March, 1897. Printed, 



Pre- 



Report upon the working of the Tavern and Shop Licenses Acta for the 
year 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 11th February, 1897. 
Printed, 



Report of the Commissioner of Public Works for the year 1896. 
sented to the Leojislature, 26th February, 1897. Printed. 



Pre- 



Report of the Inspector of Insurance and Registrar of Friendly Socie- 
ties for the year 1896. . Presented to the Legislature, 11th Feb- 
ruary, 1897. Printed. 

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No. 11. 



No. 12. 



No. 13. 

No. 14. 

No. 15. 

No. 16. 
No. 17. 



No. 18. 



No. 19. 



No. 20. 



No. 21. 



No. 22. 



CONTENTS PART IV. 

Report upon the Lunatic and Idiot Asylums of the Province for the 
year ending 30th September, 1896. Presented to the Legisjature, 
11th February, 1897. Prvnted. 

Report upon the Common Gaols, Prisons and Reformatories of the 
Province for the year ending 30th September, 1896. Presented to 
the Legislature, 1st March, 1897. PHnted. 

Report upon the Houses of Refuge, Orphan and Magdalen Asylums of 
the Province for the year ending 30th September, 1896. Presented 
to the Legislature, 9th April, 1897. Printed. 



CONTENTS PART V. 

Report upon the Hospitals of the Province for the year ending 30th 
September, 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 30th Match, 1897. 
Printed. 

Report upon the Institution for the Eklucation of the Blind, Brantford, 
for the year ending 30th September, 1896. Presented to the Legis- 
lature, 11th February, 1897. Printed, 

Report upon the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville, for the 
year ending 30th September, 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 
11th February, 1897. Printed: 

Report under the Children's Protection Act, Ontario, for the year 
1896. Presented to the Legislature, 23rd' February, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Agricultural College and Experimental Farm for the 
year 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 18th Marchi 1897. Printed. 



CONTENTS PART VL 

Re'^wrt of the Entomological Society of Ontario for the year 1896. 
Presented to the Legislature, 7th April, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario for the year 1896. 
Presented to the Legislature, 7th April, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Bee-keepers' Association of Ontario for the year 1896. 
Presented to the Legislature, 7th April, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Poultry and Pet Stock Associations of Ontario for the 
year 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 7th April, 1897. Printed, 

RepoH of the Dairymen and Creameries' Associations of Ontario for 
the year 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 7th April, 1897. 
Printed. 



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No. 28., 

No. 29. 

No. 30. 
No. 31 . 
No. 32. 

No. 33. 

No. 34. 
No. 35. 

No. 36., 



ONTBNTS PART VII. 

Report of the Superintendent of Farmer s Institutes of Ontario for 
the year 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 7th April, 1897. 
Printed. 

Report of the Provincial Instructor in Road making in Ontario for the 
year 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 25th March, 1897. 
Printed, 

Regulations governing payments out of the Iron Mining Fund. Pre- 
sented to the Legislature, 17th February, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Live Stock Associations of the Province for the year 
1896. Presented to the Legislature, 11th February, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Fruit Experiment Stations of Ontario for the year 1896. 
Presented to the Legislature, 7th April, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Inspectors of Factories for the year 1896. . Presented to 
the Legislature, 2nd April, 1897. Printed. 

OON TENTS PART VIII. 

Report of the' Registrar-General relating to the registration of Births, 
Marriages and Deaths in the Province for the year 1895. Presented 
to the Legislature, 8th March, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Inspector of Legal Offices for the year 1896. Presented 
to the Legislature, 15th March, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Game and Fish Commission for the year 1896. Presented 
to the Legislature, 16th March, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Commissioners for Queen Victoria Niagara Falls Park for 
the year 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 9th March, 1897. 
Printed. 

Report of the Bureau of Mines for the year 1896. Presented to the 
Legislature, 7th April, 1897. Printed. 

CONTENTS PART IX. 

Report of the Provincial Board of Health for the year 1896. Presented 
to the Legislature, 2nd April, 1897. Printed. 

Report of the Bureau of Industries for the year 1 896. Pi'esented to the 
Legislature, 7th April, 1897. Printed. 

CONTENTS PART X. 

Report of the Clerk of Forestry for the year 1896. Presented to the 
Legislature, 2nd April, 1897. Printed. 



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No. 40. 
No. 41. 

No. 42. 
No. 43. 

No. 44. 



Return from the Records of the several Elections to the Legislative 
Assembly in the Electoral Districts of the South Riding of the 
County of Esse^, the North Riding of the County of Oxford, the 
North Riding of the County of York, and the South Riding of the 
County of Essex,8ince the General Election of 1894,shewing: (1) the 
number of votes polled for each Candidate in each Electoral District. 

(2) The majority whereby each successful Candidate was returned. 

(3) The total niunber of votes polled in each District. (4) The Jbotal 
number of votes remaining unpolled. (5) The number of names on 

• the Voters' List in each District. (6) The number of Ballot Papers 
sent out, and how disposed of in each Polling Sub-division. (7) 
The number of Tendered Ballots sent out. (8) The population of 
each District as shown by the last Census. Presented to the 
Legislature, 15th February, 1897. Printed. 

Report on Capital and Income Accounts of the Toronto University for 
the year ending 30th June, 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 
nth February, 1897. Printed 

Report of the Standing Committee on Finance Toronto University, 
1896-7. Presented to the Legislature, 11th February, 1897. 
Printed. 

Report of the Commissioners on Toll Roads. Presented to the Legisla- 
ture, nth Febiniary, 1897. Not printed. 

Copy of an Order in Council directing that certain money be paid to 
His Honour Judge Jamieson out of the surplus Surrogate fees for 
the year 1895. Presented to the Legislature, 11th February, 1897. 
Not printed. 

Report on the distribution of the Statutes for the year 1 896. Presented 
to the Legislature 11th February, 1897. Not printed. 

Copy of an Order in Council directing that certain money be paid to 
His Honour Judge Mosgrove out of the surplus Surrogate fees for 
the year 1895. Presen^d to the Legislature 15th February, 1897. 
Not printed. 

Return to an Order of the House, of the 18th day of March, 1896, for a 
Return shewing the amount the Government obtained for timber 
limits sold in the Township of Oakley. The amount obtained for 
timber dues on the timber cut in the said Township and the 
amount which has been expended by the Government on the roads 
and bridges of the Township, and all other expenditures by the 
Government in or for the Township. Also, the same information 
as to the entire District of Muskoka. Also, the number of patents 
issued in the Township of Oakley and the number of present 
locatees who have not received patents and the number of acres 
thereof still the property of the Crown. Presented to the Legis- 
lature 22nd February, 1897. Mr. Langford. Not printed. 



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No. 46. 



No. 46. 

No. 47. 

No. 48. 

No. 49. 

No. 60, 



Detailed Statement of all Bonds and Securities recorded in the Provin- 
cial Registrar's office since the last Return submitted to the Legis- 
lative Assembly, made in accordance with the provisions of the 
Statute, 32 Vic, cap. 29. Presented to the Legislature 26th Febru- 
ary, 1897. Not planted. 

Regulations respecting Public and High Schools in Ontario in 1896. 
Presented to the Legislature 26th February, 1897. Printed. 

CJopy of an Order in Council appointing certain persons Members of the 
Educational Council. Presented to the Legislature 26th February, 
1897. Not printed. 

Statement of the affairs of the Toronto General Trusts Company for 
the year 1896. Presented to the Legislature 26th February, 1897. 

Not printed, 

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Statement shewing Railways in the Province which have received 
Provincial aid up to 31st December, 1896. Presented to the Legis- 
lature :fnd March, 1897. Printed. 

Copy of an Order in Council, approved by Colonel Sir Casimir Stanis- 
laus Qzowski, K.C.M.G., Administrator of the Government of the 
Province, on the 19th day of February, 1897, relating to a license 
of occupation granted to Colonel Engledue of Byfleet, Surrey, 
England, and his associates, covering certain locations in the Dis 
trict of Rainy River. Presented to the Legislature i6th and 16th 
March, 1897. Printed. 



No. 51. 
No. 62. 



No. 53. 



No. 54. 



Report of the Master of Titles for the year 1 896. 
Legislature 15th March, 1897. Printed, 



Presented to the 



Return to an Order of the House of the 26th day of February, 1897, 
for a Return giving a summarized statement of the amounts paid 
by the Government of Outario in connection with the Dominion- 
Provincial Arbitration, and to whom, year by year. Presented to 
the Legislature 15th March, 1897. Mr. Whitn&j/. Not printed. 

Return to an Order of the House of the nineteenth day of February, 
1896, for a Return, shewing the names of all persons, firms or com- 
panies indebted to the Province, since the date of the last Return 
made to this House, on account of timber dues, ground rent or 
bonuses for timber limits ; the amount of indebtedness in each 
case ; the balance, if any, due by such persons, firms or companies 
at the date of last Return, and the total amount of such indebted- 
ness on the first day of January, 1896. Presented to the Legisla- 
ture, 15th March, 1897. Mr. Mcirter. Not printed. 

Analysis of Reports of Electoral District, Township Agricultural and 
Horticultural Societies. Presented to the Legislature, 16th 
March, 1897. Not printed. 



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No. 65. 



No. 56. 



No 57. 



No. 58, 



No. 59. 



No. 60. 



No. 61. 
No. 62. 

No. 63. 



Return to an Order of the House of the eighth day of March, 1897, for 
a Return shewing what was the amount of stock on hand in the 
Central Prison Industries on the 30th September in each of the 
years 1891, 1892, 18^;^. 1894, 1895 and 18^6. Also, what was the 
amount of the outstanding account in connection with the Central 
Prison Industries on the 30th September in each of the above 
years. Shewing also, what was the amount of the net revenue 
from the Central Prison Industries on the 30th September in each 
of the above years. Presented to the Legislature, 15th March. 
1897. Mr. Marter. Not printed. 

Report on the House of Refuge for the County of Huron for the year 

1896. Presented to the Legislature, 2;<rd March, 1897. Aot 
printed. 

Report on the House of Refuge for the County of Waterloo for the 
year 1896. Presented to the Legislature, 23rd March, 1897. 
Not printed. 

Return to an Order of the House of the fifth day of March, 1897, for a 
Return of copies of the Minutes of meetings of the new Educational 
Council since its establishment, together with copies of all corres- 

gondence between the Minister of Education and the' Council, 
resented to the Legislature, 23rd March, 1897. Mr. Whitney. 
Not printed. 

Return to an Order of the House of the tenth day of March, 1897, for a 
Return shewing the names, occupations and dates of appointment 
of the issuers of Marriage Licenses made during the years 1894, 
1895 and 1896. Also, the number of Marriage Licenses issued in 
the years 1894, 1595 and 1896, and the amounts received by the 
Province from this source of income. Presented to the Legislature, 
25th March, 1897. Mr. Ryersov. Not pHnted. 

Return to an Order of the House of the twenty -fourth day of February, 

1897, for a Return shewing the number of Pupils at each High 
SchooLand Collegiate Institute, who passed, for the first time, the 
Primary Examination in July last. And shewing in the case of 
each High School and Collegiate Institute, the average length of 
time these candidates had attended, prior to so passing. Presented 
to the Legislature, 26th March, 1897. Mr. Whitney. Printed. 

Report of the Inspector of Registry OflSces for the year 1896. Presented 
. to the Legislature, 30th March, 1897. Printed. 

Copies of Orders in Council respecting the administration of the Game 
Laws. Presented to the Legislature, 30th March, 1897. Not 
printed. 

Return to an Order of the House of the second day of April, 1896, for 
a Return of copies of all correspondence between the Government, 
or any member thereof, and any person respecting the opening of 
a certain letter addressed to F. R. Davidson, Burlington, by E. 



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Richardson, at the request of one Welsh, Emigrant Agent at the 
G. T. R. Station, Toronto, in tne year 1895. Presented to the 



Legislature 30th March, 1897. 



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Mr. Kema, 



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No. 64. 



No. 65. 



No. 66. 



No. 67. 



No. 6s. 



No. 69. 



No. 70. 



No. 71. 



Return to an Order of the House of the seventeenth day of March, 
1897, for a Return giving copies of all correspondence between 
any member of the Government and any oflScer of the Northern 
Exhibition held at Walkerton, relating to the withholding of money 
payable to prize winners. Presented to the Legislature 30th 
March, 1897. Mr. Carnegie Not printed. 

Return to an Order of the House of the fifteenth day of March, 1897, 
for a Return of copies of any report of the Inspector of Division 
Courts, and all other documents in connection with the dismissal 
of John Dickinson, Bailiif. Also, giving the names of all appli- 
cants for the position, and copies of all correspondence regarding 
the same. Presented to the Legislature 31st March, 1897. Mr. 
Ryeraon. Not printed. 

Return to an Order of the House of the fifteenth day of March, 1897, 
for a Return of all correspondence between the Government, or 
any member of the Government, or the Chief Game Warden, and 
any member of the Government of the Province of Quebec, with 
reference to the provision of the Game Laws of the two Provinces 
requiring residents of each Province to take out licenses in order 
to enjoy the privilege of shooting in the other Province. Presented 
to the Legislature 31st March, 1897. Mr. Barr. Not printed. 

Copy of an Order in-Council respecting regulations made and estab- 
lished under the Algonquin National Park Act. Presented to the 
Legislature 2nd April, 1897. Not printed. 

Return to an order of the House of the thirty-first day of March, 1897, 
for a Heturn of copies of all correspondence between the Chief 
Game Warden and Alexander Dixon, touching the conduct of 
Deputy Game Warden Smith. Presented to the Legislature 6th 
April, 1897. Mr. Ryerson. Not printed. 

Papers re application of Estate of Alexander Mc Arthur re Timber Berth, 
Township of Lumsden. Presented to the Legislature 7th April, 
1897. Printed. 

Return to an Order of the House of the twenty-fourth of March, 1897, 
for a Return of the names of all persons or municipalities, who 
during the years 1890, 1891, 1892, lrt93, 1894. 1895 and 1896, made 
application to the Government, under the Municipal Act, for an 
investigation into the financial condition of the municipality, and 
shewing how many were granted and how many refused, with the 
cause for refusal in each case. Presented to the Legislature 7th 
April, 1897. Mr. Kerns. Not printed. 



Return to an Order of the House of the eighth day of March, 1897, for 
a Return from the Clerks of the Police Courte at Toronto, Hamil- 



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ton, London, Kingston and Ottawa, shewing 1st. The number of 
times the Children's Court sat from the first day of January, 1896, 
to the first day of January, 1897. ind. The number of children 
brought before the Court. 3rd. The ages of such children. 4th. 
The ages of children sent to Penetanguishene Reformatory. 6th. 
The ages of children sent to Industrial Schools. 6th Nationality. 
7th. Religion. 8th. The nature of the offences or reasons why 
brouo[ht before the Court. 9th. How disposed of. 10th. Number 
of children who were before the Court twice, and under four 
times. 1 1th. The number before the Court four times and upwards. 
12th. The highest number of times any one child was before the 
Court. 13th. The number of parents summoned to answer for 
their children. 14th. The number who appeared. 15th. The 
Courts in which a separate calendar for juvenile offenders is kept. 
And shewing as well the number of children under thirteen 
received into the Penetanguishene Reformatory and Mercer Refuge 
during the last two years, and the special reasons for their recep- 
tions. Presented to the Legislature 8th April, 1897, Mr. Howland. 
Not printed. 

Report of the Secretary and Registrar of the Province for the year 1896. 
Presented to the Legislature 9th April, 1897. Printed, 

Return to an Order of the House of the twelfth day of March, 1897, for 
a Return of copies of all Orders-in-Council during the past year, 
referring to the sale of timber bertlis by tender rather than by 
public auction, and giving a statement showing the dates and the 
reasons fot such sales: the number of square miles sold to each 
purchaser and the price at which the same were sold in each case. 
The names of each person so tendering for berths and the amount 
of each tender. Presented to the Legislature 10th April, 1897. 
Mr. Whitney. Not printed. 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



INSPECTOR OF DIVISIOM COURTS 



FOR THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE YEAR 



1896. 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO. 




TOUONTO 
WARWICK BRO»S & RUTTBR, Printbbs Ac, &c.. 

18fl7. 



AND 70 Fbont St&set West. 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



INSPECTOR OF DIVISION COURTS 



FOR THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO, 
FOR THE YEAR 

1896. 



Office of the Inspector of Division Courts, 

Parliament Buildings, Toronto, Dec. Slat, 1896. 

To Ilia Honor, 

The Hon. G. A. Kirkpatrick, , 

Luutetmnt' Governor of Ontario. 

May it please Your Honor : 

I have the honor to submit the following report upon the Division Courts of the 
Province of Ontario, for the year ending 31st December, 1896. 

Fall details will be found in the tabulated returns of the basiness transacted in 
these courts during the year. 

In Table A will be found, under the proper heads, the number of suits entered 
amount of claims ; total amount of suitors' money paid into court and total paid out, and 
a large amount of miscellaneous information in tabulated form. 

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Tables B and C contain complete lists of the clerks and bailiffs of the courts, 
together with their post-office address, and the number of the court in the county or 
district where situated. 

The descriptive limits of the several divisions will be found in Table D. 

(The lists of officers have been corrected up to the latest moment of printing the 
report.) 

Suits — Claims. 

Exclusive of transcripts of judgment and judgmsnt summonses, there were entered 
during the year a total of 52,201, for claims aggregating 82,048,881. 

Amount Hegeived and Paid. 

Total amount of suitors' money paid into courb $582,029.90. Total paid out (579^- 
811.77. These returns continue to shew an increased percentage recovered upon the 
amount of claims sued. In contrasting the amount of claims sued with the amount of 
cash paid into court, it has always to be borne in mind that a very Ifirge proportion of 
the suits are settled by the parties out of court, and that of the money which passes on 
those settlements no record appears in the returns made to the department. The figures 
given, therefore^ it will be seen, by no means represent the full collecting powers of the 
courts. 

Eevsnub. 

The returns of {lercentages payable to the Treasury give a total sum of $6, 204. 7 5 
for the year as revenue from Division Courts. 

Jury Tbials—Jury Fund. 

The total trials by jury all over the Province, by juries summoned, numbered 174, 
and the amount paid to jurors so summoned, $1,746.80. Amount paid to County 
Treasurers for Division Courts Jury Fund, $1,808.31. As will be seen, the figures sup- 
plied by the returns support the assurance of the jury fund, proving sufficient to meet 
the demands made upon it. 

Courts — Changes. 

The Wallbridge Court, No. 2, Hastings, his been discontinued, from March, 1897. 
A new court, No. XI., has been established in the same county, at Maynooth — to come 
into operation on 2nd June, 1897. 

Appointments, Resignations, Etc. 

Of clerkships, 21 vacancies occurred during the year. These were caused by 14 
resignations and seven deaths. All the vacancies have been filled by new appointments. 

There were 28 new appointments of bailiffs, to fill vacancies caused by 21 resigna 
tions, 2 deaths, 3 recnovals from office, and two additional bailiffs of courts. The figures 
are very nearly the same as those given for the previous year, when there were 28 new 
appointments of clerks and 27 new appointments of bailiffs. 



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The necessary papers were made out and transmitted, granting leave of absence to 
59 clerks and 57 bailifis, and for the approval of the appointment of deputies. 

Complaints. 

There is no diminution in the number of complaints, which amounted to very 
nearly 200 during the past year, although in justice to the officers of the courts it should 
be stated that not a few of those made proved upon enquiry to be without foundation. 
Neglect in making prompt returns and overholding moneys of suitors, and not giving 
notice when required of moneys paid into court, still continue to be the most serious 
oanses of complaint. Many complaints continue to be received from clerks against other 
clerka as to neglect in the payment of foreign fees. No self-respecting clerk will place 
himself in a position to have charges of this character sent into the Department against 
him. When one clerk trusts another, the debt is a debt of honor, for in such cases the 
sureties are not liable. Not only honor, but common honesty, therefore, demands that 
such personal debts ehould be promptly discharged, as they should be, immediately on 
receipt of the bill for the services rendered. 

Sureties — Inspection. 

An increasing number of clerks and bailiffs are giving the security of Guarantee 
Companies for the proper discharge of their duties. This course I beg to commend as 
much more satisfactory than the getting of private friends to join officers in the security 
of personal covenants. 

I am much pleased to be able to report continued improvement and efficiency in the 
offices inspected. Letters are daily received thanking the Department for prompt atten- 
tion to and redress of complaints. 

J. DIOKEY, 

Inspector. 



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TABLE 
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239 
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3,713 15 
3,750 24 
4,737 42 
3,015 32 



23,316 97 
4,571 20 
1.272 81 
2,905 63 
1,052 06 



11,076 47 
1,895 31 
6,851 70 
4,026 45 
1,911 45 
1,499 18 
2,921 65 



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14 
6 
9 
2 
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47 96 

141 06 



325 88 



(6) 



1,983 97 
481 32 
499 58 
764 30 



16 



11 



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31 

10 

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4 



106 66 


3 


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35 


172 34 


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1,163 40 

882 02 



355 12 

66 6o! 

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142 50 

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1,499 33 

664 82 
1,2S9 74 

598 33 

2,270 41 
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2,175 93 
1,106 88 
632 51 
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678 99 

4,5£6 43 
1,489 88 

564 82 
1,283 74 

671 16 



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1,231 15 
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326 78 
744 40 



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22,156 86 


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3,630 20 




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629 67 

681 95 

156 70 



1,679 81 
573 19 
814 70 
6 21 
134 81 
173 85 
228 16 



798 87 
890 99 
911 50 
68 86 
590 12 



1,475 79 

922 57 

1,051 05 

1,267 15 



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352 06 
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366 72 
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1,812 55 

520 65 

1,290 41 

649 71 



12,071 79 

2,141 28' 

1,084 61 

1,654 OOi 

756 8«' 

772 78 

593 72 



2,091 98 

2,019 68 

889 26 

96 45 

1,135 33 



6,576 41 

997 95 

5,783 43 

1,429 00 



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1,017 94 
2,247 52 
1,201 63 
2,786 92 
1,437 38 
6,403 39 
1,968 82 
3,402 74 



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2.107 65 

1.841 40 

516 40 

1,290 41 

649 71 



12.054 48 

2.007 90 

1,084 61 

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2,020 62 
1,005 90 
67 52 
1,135 83 



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6,801 00 

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1,153 86 
1,096 10 
2,208 63 
1,183 21 
2.816 77 
1,492 64 
6,455 81 
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BsTURN of DiviBioik 


County. 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(B) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


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$ c. 




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1 


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20 


972 87 


100 


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7,287 02 




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4 


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3,660 76 


8 


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42 


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6 
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374 43 
3.247 78 










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628 88 


177 60 




9 


400 26 


6 


960 


523 f 8 


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1 


367 


12,711 63 


26 


2,115 62 


132 




4,989 43 


4,889 43 


2 


220 


9,622 21 


21 


1,169 62 


17 




3,660 66 


3,660 55- 




8 


143 


6,974 66 


6 


885 71 


10 


29 97 


961 14 


961 14 




4 


128 


6,994 25 


13 


930 43 


10 


10 68 


1,216 88 


1,222 56 




6 


205 


6,163 20 


21 


1,632 34 


21 


187 63 


2,133 98 


2,2^3 24 




6 


68 


2,648 87 


3 


122 51 


2 


96 76 


1.287 48 


1,359 02 




7 


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6,448 92 


13 


462 39 


14 




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2,260 88 




8 


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7,248 81 


6 


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20 




1,810 93 


1,810 93 








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1 


74 


3,2C0 24 


22 


1,213 76 


2 


76 57 


2.425 96 


2,460 31 




2 


46 


2,030 22 


2 


112 84 


6 


22 14 


830 20 


776 77 




3 


139 


4,885 73 


12 


908 75 


10 


175 32 


1,S99 08 


1,520 72 




4 
5 
6 


23 

9 

124 


868 28 

279 66 

4.423 00 


5 
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340 45 
883 00 






703 32 

129 61 

2,064 61 


649 36 




2 
17 




129 61 




67 46 


2,042 86 


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1 


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1,506 96 


7 


280 12 


68 83 


991 91 


1,048 33 




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1,031 83 


1 




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226 71 


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9 


643 33 


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748 85 


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1 


132 


7,201 89 


23 


1,428 94 


27 


126 87 


2,277 42 


2,3^5 06 




2 


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2,995 97 


3 


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6.093 94 
3,144 92 
2,299 43 
2,451 02 
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5 


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1,196 24 


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Sessional Papers (No. 6 ). 



A. 1897 



Returic of Divifiion 



Ooanty. 



Peterborough . 



I 
(I) (2) 



Prescott and 
Ku89ell 



(3) 



570 

125' 

I 
4 



38 

160 

I 

42 

120' 

69 

«i 

"I 

45! 

I 
74 

180 

1 

136 



Prince Edward 


1 




2 




8 




4 




6 




6 




7 




8 


Rainy River.. 


1 




2 



164 

6 

13! 
46 
10 

8 



208 
18 



9 c. 

21,859 65 

4,418 08 

42 25 

4,62L 61 

265 64 



1,470 25 
5.365 90 
1,013 63 
8,599 16 
3,265 00 
1,931 34 
2,152 26 
1,934 40 
1,912 13 
3,461 83 
3,976 81 



6,068 04 
1,432 62 

633 98 
96 90 

289 85 
1,062 13 

132 58 

277 83 



(4) 



9,0?8 07 
626 96 



(6) 



9 0. 

1,618 40 
795 06 

5 63|. 
874 49 
159 05 



(6) 



18 



238 18 
97 49 



467 02 
265 01 
210 54 



311 86 

47 99 

113 00 

352 08 



170 49 



14 00 



34S 78 



883 72 
92 77 



24 



4 

14 
8 
7 
2 
6 

80 
8 
4 
5 
9 



(7) 



$ c. 



47 54 



43 39 



39 25 

111 68 

200 



88 46 

105 00 

8 25 

1 00 



67 62 



(8) 



9 e. 

4,572 67 

1,105 06 

17 53 

1,397 U 



331 64 

2,332 63j 

206 14 

1,197 81 

1,277 14 

961 63 

659 12 

679 04 

1,121 62 

1,177 86 

1,324 64' 



1,431 14 

! 

185 58' 
253 52' 

86 00 

I 
335 26 

104 55 

230 43 

87 30 



2,696 86 
168 22 



(9) 

9 0. 

4,407 90 

1,134 46 

17 58 

1,246 78 



881 64 

2,232 S3 

245 89 

1,227 38 

1,262 89 

961 63 

719 06 

728 98 

1,091 62 

1,177 36 

1,289 67 



1,393 92 
185 58 
253 52 

86 00 
336 26 
101 55 
280 43 

87 80 



3,490 37 
158 22 



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Sessional Papers (>o 6 ). 



A. 1897 



Oomt Bnsiness. — Continued. 



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(11) (12) 

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(13) 


(14) 


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(16) 


(17) 


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2) 80 
8 97 


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(20) 


(21) 


[TJ) 


(23 


164 77 
18 14 


45 

7 


2 





121 

34 

2 


3 
5 


$ c. 
40 00 
58 00 





$ c. 

25 61 


1 


$ c. 

500 


li 
1 


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1 
1 


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193 62 


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2 


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9 
14 
25 

4 

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16 
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8 


1 




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Sessional Papers (No 6 ) 



A. 1807 



Return of Division 



County. 


(1) 


(2 


(8) 


(4) 


.(6) 


(6) 


(7) 


^ (8) 


(9) 








9 c. 




S c. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


«« c. 


Renfrew 


1 


885 


12,898 89 


8 


682 89 


1 '' 


9 CO 


2,254 32 


2.19« 28 




2 


86 


2,807 79 


8 


276 11 


5 


88 73 


872 26 


960 73 




8 


271 


8,553 22 


15 


9r8 76 


15 


141 94 


2,432 42 


2,489 85 




i 


200 


6,239 78 


26 


1,765 88 


12 


23 79 


2,803 15 


2,770 23 




5 


68 


2,487 68 


1 


5 42 


1 


91 73 


503 92 


548 12 




6 


190 


5,486 59 


8 


19168 


7 


54 71 


1,773 74 


1,663 59 




7 


81 


2,811 38 
3,180 87 


7 


291 82 


2 




884 86 


834 36 




8 

1 


80 


9 


1,042 78 


2 




840 93 


835 98 


Simcoe 


S8S 


16,4»M) 15 


15 


679 46 


25 




4,058 10 


3,894 60 




2 


108 


5,104 74 


4 


67 19 




291 18 


1,801 44 


1,709 36 




8 


107 


7,026 13 


18 


792 88 


8 




1,865 14 


1.824 42 




4 


248 


8,550 88 


IS 


840 47 


34 


187 90 


8,124 64 


8,217 09 




6 


80 


3,874 47 


7 


187 73 


9 


141 96 


1.218 84 


1,250 09 




6 


863 


14,357 87 


42 


2.622 67 


89 


23165 


4,813 31 


4,724 08 




7 


68 


2,476 84 


16 


492 28 




419 60 


780 86 


712 58 




8 


277 


12.414 87 


32 


1.612 02 


33 


139 80 


8.620 66 


3,563 80 




9 


232 


8,695 50 


23 


1,006 42 


29 


86 54 


1,867 45 


1,784 92 


Btormont, 
DundsB and 
Glengarry . . 


10 


109 


3,116 57 


10 


404 75 


10 


178 90 


1,329 10 


1,286 58 


1 


161 


5,028 17 


1 
6 


97 40 


88 


154 86 


2,649 56 


2,602 82 




2 


208 

1 


6,636 58 


12 


731 22 


18 


168 44 


2,666 96 


2,618 45 




8 


354 


10,430 72 


11 


451 50 


102 


85 19 


2,756 25 


2,817 18 




4 


154 


4.529 78 


8 


263 48 


42 


31 85 


2,792 86 


2.799 34 




5 


129 


5,294 13: 


4 


261 01 


6 




1,364 71 
1,046 18 


1,814 86 
1.082 65 




6 


134 


5,627 40 

1 


10 


426 d2 


33 


36 47 




7 


61 


2,062 24' 


8 


500 17 


1 




876 60 


876 60 


{ 


8 


110 


4,079 16 

1 


2 


19 08 


9 


109 02 


1 
1,246 96. 


1.210 36 




9 


99 


2,930 26 


2 


72 22 


11 


8 06 


735 58 


730 99 




10 


134 


5.655 81 


18 


624 02 


16 


671 34 


1,619 70 


1.690 70 




11 


72 


2,631 11 


8 


816 68 


9 


4 87 


690 10 


682 60 




12 


116 


4,279 84 


'1 

1- 


160 86 


21 


65 08 


1,442 69 

t 


1,420 80 



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Sessional Papers (No 6 ). 



A. 1897 



Ooort Bosinebs. — ConHn%ud. 



(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(H) 

91 
22 
73 
39 


) 


(16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20) 


(21) 


(22) 
13 


(23) 


9 c 
67 04 


19 

6 

11 

12 

1 
3 
6 




1 


9 c 




9 c. 

10 59 

2 73 
6 77 
6 60 

1 94 

3 76 

2 57 
2 76 


9 c. 


I 
3 


$ c. 

5 00 
15 00 


1 












84 bl 


2 











1 
6 

1 




56 71 











2 

1 


20 00 
10 00 




2 00 


3 

1 


6 










164 86 


45 
18 
20 


















2 

2 


10 00 
15 00 




5 00 


2 
























163 60 


26 

24 
23 
11 
81 

6 
27 
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4 


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1 

1 
1 


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21 
16 
41 
12 
76 
IS 
86 
52 
41 


1 

4 


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38 00 




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6 56 

7 80 
9 93 
4 37 

14 32 
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10 72 
6 98 
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2 
15 
1 
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9 
4 




383 26 
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320 93 
497 88 


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7 

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14 

4 
10 

5 
16 

8 

6 






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Sessional Papers (No, 6 ). 



A. 1897 



Bktubn of Division 



County. 


1) 


(2) 


(8) 


(4) 


(6) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 








$ c. 




c. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


j 


Thunder Bay 


1 
2 
3 


119 


4.667 35 


1 


136 75 


2 





1,008 08 


1,008 08 




86 


8,259 23 


1 


87 65 


7 


2 00 


714 88 


716 88 


Victoria 


1 


102 


3.640 1 


10 


616 99 


6 

1 


300 


1,015 05 


1.C04 00 




2 


174 


6.947 08 


6 


259 20 


' 1 




2, OS 6 84 


2.056 84 




3 


88 


1,548 81 


1 


18 49 


1 

5 


39 04 


128 36 


' 128 36 

1 




4 


44 


1,647 59 


12 


570 60 

j 


4 





442 59 


' 426 69 




6 


382 


17,002 80 


32 


1.633 69 


27 


246 47 


5,058 70 


5.086 70 

1 




6 


132 


8.419 86 


8 


232 00 


8 


122 09 


1,110 86 


1,193 48 




7 


66 


2.248 63 
10,154 81 


4 

27 


347 11 


5 


19 80 


508 64 


508 64 


Waterloo 


1 


270 


1,611 48 


16 


587 99 


3,118 88 


3.496 03 




2 


161 


4,656 59 


8 


373 67 


14 


15 88 


1,908 21 


1,882 33 




8 


228 


9,222 28 


8 


486 39 


15 





2,633 60 


2,638 60 




4 


165 


5,421 78 


21 


956 85 


18 


12 00 


2,289 97 


2,229 62 




6 


92 


8,716 18 


9 


480 29 


12 


43 66 


1,883 62 


1,863 50 




6 


95 


2,818 87 


8 


165 61 


14 


922 99 


1.285 88 


1.286 88 




7 
1 


41 


1,492 39 


2 


49 22 


5 

47 


20 46 


976 31 

1 


939 72 


Welland 


281 


11,109 58 


7 


442 68 


18 00 


4,216 29 


4,208 54 




2' 


54 


1,993 02 


7 


270 56 


6 


4 32 

1 


840 19 


844 26 




8 


190 


7,244 12 


13 


675 77 


24 


84 76 


2,880 38 


2,883 31 




4 


266 


9.805 08 


13 


84183 

1 


54 


284 53 


2,889 51 


2,540 95 




5 


91 


2,734 06 


11 


719 55 

1 


29 


3 00 


722 00 


718 52 




6 

1 


61 



887 


1,694 20* 


4 


137 06 


2 


40 18 


533 13 


486 95 


Wellington... 


15,123 39 


29 


1,418 10 


76 


811 32 


3,166 98 


3.284 20 




2 


65 


2,860 44 


4 


80 97 


2' 




797 24 


797 24 




8 


25 


845 16 


1 


29 01 


•1 


101 00 


309 86 


377 86 




4 


147 


5,873 98 

1 


14 


886 84 
1 


40 


34 00 


1,884 17 


1,651 61 




5 i 


103 


8,768 87| 


7 


311 83> 


8 


827 


1,206 95 


1,206 95 



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Sessional Papers (No. 6 ). 



A. 1897 



Court Basineaa. — Continued. 



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(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


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(16) 

1 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20> 


(21) 


(22) 


(23) 


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A. 1897 



Kbturn of Division 



Oounty. 


(I) 


(2> 


(8) 


(4) 


(B) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9)^ 


Wellington.— 
Continued, 


6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


108 
170 

179 


$ 0. 

4,660 92 
7,229 18 
6.781 26 


10 
22 
11 


$ c. 

796 08 
861 86 
686 95 


2 
23 

46 


$ a 

46 27 
26 80 
79 46 


$ 0. 

2,278 49 
3,640 68 
2,961 84 


$ c. 

2,210 87 
3.616 82 
2,948 64 




156 
180 


6,260 26 
8,417 59 


14 
15 


497 17 
841 60 


16 
6 


819 77 
200 09 


2,039 03 
1,759 80 


2,096 4S 
1,766 02 


Wentworth... 


1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
1 


841 

109 

44 

59 

38 


41,668 01 
3,267 80 
1,629 08 
2,527 83 
1,427 77 


22 

9 
8 
5 

1 


761 99 
434 90 
202 08 
127 58 
81 50 


97 

27 

12 

5 

2 


486 01 
8 72 


8,913 45 
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458 87 
1,826 07 

260 06 


9,089 97 
746 14 
468 87 




64 25 


1,352 18 
250 06 










13 

17 

494 

2,051 

202 

74 

316 

64 

89 

62 

196 

122 

2,180 


225 36 

474 67 

23,396 66 


1 
16 

47 

24 

12 

22 

12 

4 

8 

13 

5 

63 


184 16 


1 

3 

70 

• 




114 93 

132 65 
5,712 51 


114 93 
132 65 




1,255 26 


1,233 41 


6,744 26 


York 


100,688 76 
10,102 05 
3,3»5 45 
11,741 17 
2,906 33 
5,242 76 
3,012 78 
6,707 91 
2,643 98 

102,186 43 


2,946 50 
1,830 04 


477 

21 

6 

83 

2 

8 

22 

22 

29 

405 


1,146 81 
151 97 

40 64 
267 58 
389 03 
120 16 

43 50 

233 13 

200 

808 Si 


15,924 68 
3,160 60 
2.7(0 37 
2.186 60 

906 30 
1,182 46 

649 S7 
1,904 13 

975 46 
16,003 69 


16,506 64 
3,146 09 
2,700 55 
1,914 72 
1,096 33 
1,173 9« 

664 12 
2,021 56 

972 59 
16,996 24 




1,014 47 

1,010 68 
182 30 
447 98 

1,125 67 
187 98 

3,147 54 


Grand totals. . 


320 


52,204 


2,048,884 66 


3,678 


181,084 73 


6,764 


30,960 00 


582.029 90 


579,811 77 



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(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(18) 


(14) 


(15) 


(16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(19) 


(20 


(21) 


(22)^ 


(23 


$ c. 

112 89 


9 
17 

8 






i 

15 
33 
36 


1 


$ c. 




$ c. $ c. 

4 68 

752 

6 66 

... i . 


1 
3 
3 


$ c. 

5 00 
15 00 
17 00 


1 
2 
5 




50 11 
87 15 


r • •• • 
3 




.... 






1 












262 32 


8 
29 

51 
6 
2 
7 
2 






32 
23 










4 67 
10 22 












194 87 


1 












.. .. 
3 

5 
2 




16 00 


2 












32 82 
3 00 
1 61 






359 49 


7 

1 


1 


109 
81 

7 

13 
6 


3 


29 00 




129 50 


33 00 
12 00 




21 
2 




1 
1 


• 










27 14 










1 


2 95 
1 34 








13 




... 


900 






















1 












4 

8 
76 








15 




1 




1 
50 


4 


2 








52 
23 48 










1.20L 66 


.... 






S8 3f) 


11 


83 00 












1 






418 04 

166 48 

40 31 


2&4 
28 

8 
23 

8 
21 

1 : 

3 
225 


13 


8 


268 

27 

16 

91 

7 

4 

12 

1 55 

53 

282 


8 

1 
2 


36 00 

11 00 
8 00 





108 30 
11 Od 
8 74 
10 97 
3 23 
6 96 
3 48 
5 61 
2 19 

100 23 


1,089 11 


22 

1 

1 
2 

1 
1 


91 00 
6 00 

5 CO 
15 00 
10 00 
10 09 


117 
5 










539 46 
199 00 

850 

28 76 

115 70 

4 87 
817 29 


11 

1 


1 

2 

i 

4 




2 


21 00 


1 






.... 


1 
3 


12 00 
36 00 










5 
129 




1,194 67 


15 


80 CO 
2.292 75 


1 


2713100 


4,064 


281 


97 


1 
11,245 


174 


1,746 80 


28 


1,808 31 


0,201 75 


380 


1 1.571 


77 
















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TABLE B, 

List of Division Oourt clerks, their post office address, the county and number of 
division in which their Courts are situated, for the Province of Ontario, up to 
31st December, .1896, inclusive. 



County. 


o'.S 


Name of clerk. 


Post office address. 


Algoma 


I 
2 
3 

t 


R. Bicrsinflrs 


SaultSte. Marie. 


Thomas Sullivan 


Bruce Mines. 




Wm. L. Nichols 

D. M. Brodie 


Thessalon. 
Webbwood. 




Wm. J. Smith 


Richard's Landing. 






Br^nt 


1 
2 
3 
4 
6 


Jopeph Robinson 


Brantford. 




John K. Finlayson 

David Reid 


Paris. 

St. George. 




Hy. Cox 

Walter E. Hooker 


Burford. 
Scotland. 








Bruce 


I 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

U 

12 


Wm. Collins 


Walkerton. 




Jno. K. McLean .... 

Joseph Barker •. . . . 


Teeswater. 
Kincardine. 




N. McKechnie 

Robt. Munro 

Hugh Murray 


Paisley. 
Poit Elgin. 
Underwood. 


• 


A. NeeUnds. 

James Walmsley 

Angus Martin 

W. Moehier 


Invermay. 
Wiarton. 
Ripley. 
Lion's Head 




James Somerville 

M.A. Halliday 


Lucknow. 
Chesley. 


Oarleton 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

1 
2 
8 
4 
5 


J. R. Armstrong 

Wm. Henderson 

Henry W. McDougaU 

W. P.Taylor 


Ottawa. 

Fallowfield. 

Carp. 

Fitzroy Harbour. 




John Kerr 


Kars. 




Daniel McLaurin 


Metcalfe; 




F. W. Harmer 


Mosgrove. 








Dufferia 


Joseph Pattulo 


Orange ville. 




Fras. G. Dunbar 

J. A. Love 


Shelbume. 
Stanton. 




Jampf* Henry >••• 


Mono Mills. 




R E. Hamilton 


Grand Valley. 






Biffin 


1 
2 
3 
4 


A. Love 

Alex. McBride 


Aylmer. 
St. Thomas. 




Alex. McBride 


St. Thomas. 






Dutton. 








Bn^ei 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


0. H. Auhdown 


Sandwich. 




J. H. C. Leggatt 


Amherbtburg. 




E. Allworth 


Kings ville. 
Oxley. 




C. Bell 




George A. Morse 


Leamington. 
BeUe River. 




E. P. Bouteiller 




John McCrae 


Windsor. 




Wm. Laing 


Essex. 




Walter Welsh 


Comber. 









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List of Division Ooart clerks, eto. — Continued. 



Oouoty. 


• 

^1 


Name of olerk. 


Post office addiees. 


Frontenao 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


Wm. J. RobiDBon 


Kingston. 




P. McKim 


Kingston. 




0. Ruttan 

W. .). Reynolds 


Svdenham. 
Verooa. 




John Mcdrach 

Jesse Shibley 


Sunbury. 
Sharbot Lake 








Giev 


1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 


Benjamin Alien 

David Jackson, jr 

Thoman PInnkett 


Owen Sound 




Durham. 
Meaford. 




T. J.R^rke 


HeAthoote. 




A. S. VanDusen 


Fleiiherton. 
Chats worth. 




rvuncan Gampbt»ll 


Hanover. 




Richard L. Stephen 


Markdale. 








Haldimand 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


D. McQreKor 

OavidT. Rogers 


Caledonia. 




Cajruga. 




T. Armour 

R. A. HaviU 

Elgin Birdsall 


T>nnnvlUe. 
Rainham. 
Canboro'. 




0. E. Bourae 


Jarvis. 








HAlitmrton 


1 
2 
3 


0. D. Curry. . 


Minden . 




Wm PruBt .,.../...',,,'. 


Haliburton. 




Stephen Kettle 


Ursa. 








Haltofl 


1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 


Wm. Panton 


Milton. 




R. Balmer 


Oakville. 




Laoblan Grant 

R.J. MoNabb 


Georgetown. 
Acton . 




NeilMcPhail 


Nassagaweya. 
Burlington. 






HM^ill£t . 


1 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
9 

10 
•11 

12 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
ft 
7 
8 
SI 
10 

11 

12 


Hartford Ashlev. 


Belleville 




A. B. RandaU 


Shannon ville 




T Mc<i^pn 


Tweed. 




F. B. Parker 


Stirling. 




Arthur W. Ooe 

B. J.Edwards 


Madoc. 
DfseroQto. 




James B. Young 

B. 0. Hubbell 


Trenton. 
Marmora. 




Dermutt Kavanagh 


Maynootb . 
Umfraville. 


Huron 


Charles Seaffer 


GodiTich 




John Beattie 


Seafortb. 


\ 


W, W . Farran 

A. Hunter 

Chas. Snell 

Ja<«. Whyard 

John Morgan 


Clinton. 
Brussels. 
Exeter. 
Dungannon . 

Bayfield . 




James McGuire 


Wingham. 




Joeer^h Cowan 


Wr»»x»'ter. 




M. Zeller 

Wm. • ewis 

Wm. Campbell 


Zurich . 

Oredton. 

blyth. 







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3 D.C. 



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County. 


■31 

^1 


Name of olerk. 


Post office address. 


Kent 


1 

2 
8 
4 
5 
H 
7 


W. B. Wells . 


Chatham . 




J. Duck 


Ridgetown . 




Jas. T, Smith 


1 'resden. 




Arch*d SaiuBon 

n. C. McDonald 


Blenheim. 
Wallaoeburg. 




George Moore 

D . K . Farquharson 


both well. 
Fletcher. 


> 






Lambton 


1 
2 
S 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 


Geo. Leys 

Wm. McLeay 


Sarnia. 
Watford. 




John Webster 


Florence. 




William W. Stover 


Sombra. 




Robert R. Dickey 

Chas. Hall.... 

John McRae 


w^orest. 

Thedford. 

Mooretown. 




W.G. Fraser 

Richard Code 


Petrolea. 
Alvinston . 










1 
2 
8 

4 

6 

6 


R. Jamieaon. 


Perth. 




W. A. Field 

F. McEwan 


Lanark. 
Oarleton Place. 




a. F. McKimm 


Smith 'h Falls. 




Alex. Graham 


Pakenham. 




Wm. P. McEwen 


Almonte. 








Leeds and GrenvLUe 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 


D. B Jones 


Brock ville. 




J.B.White 

S. McCammon 

Oliver Bascom 


Presoott. 

Gananoque. 

Kemptville. 




E. H Whitmarsh 


Merrick ville. 




L.N.Phelps 

Cyrus A. Wood 

L. 8. liewis 


PhilhpsviUe. 

Toledo. 

Newboro*. 




Isaao G. Alguire 


Athens. 




Jay J. Marsh .♦ 


Spencerville. 




J. B. Bellamy 


North Augusta. 




M. J. Connolly 


Caintown. 


Licnnox and Addinflrton 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 


A. Knight 

Fred W. Armstrong 


Napanee. 
Hath. 






Joseph A. Allison 


Adolphustown. 
Camden East. 




P Johnstone 




W. Whelan 

il . A. Timmerman 


Centreville. 
Odessa. 




James Aylesworth 


Tamworth. 


Lincoln • 


1 

2 

- 3 

4 


James B. Secord 

W. A. Mittleberger 






St. Catharines. 




John Ro9zel 

C. E. Biggins 


Smithville. 
Beamsville. 


Manitou'in v 


1 
2 
3 




Gore Bay. 
Little Current. 




John Carruthers 




W.J. Tucker 


Manitowaning. 


Middlesex 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


J. W. Mcintosh 

William Dickson 






Parkhill. 




Robert J . McNamee 


Lucan . 




W. C. Karris 


Delaware. 




G. Wilson 


Glencoe. 




Hd. Rowland 

Kd Thos . Shaw 


Strathroy. 
Dorchester Station. 




Walter R. Westlake 


Arva. 




E S Jarvis 


London. 









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Li8T of Diyiaion Oourt Olerks, etc. — GanUntied 



County. 



Muakoka 



Niptssinic 



Noifolk . 



Northamberland and Durham 



Ootariu 



Oxford 



Parry Sound 



^1 



3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 

10 
11 



Name of derk. 



J. D. Oockbum . . . 
John AdcMeekin. . . 
M. W. Flannwy... 
Thomas J. Ryan. . . 
Thomas Cahiil, Jr , 



Charles E. Freeman , 
Abraham M. Tobin , 

R. Green 

Jas. F. Cohoe 

|M. J. McCali 

Arthur P. Barrett.., 
iWm. W.WUliama... 
Lawrence Skey 



F. Cubitt 

S. WilmoU 

It. M. Furby 

H. M. Wood . 

Jno. G. Orr 

1 homas £. Lawless. 

9. a Brintnell 

H. B. Macklam 

K. K. Huriburt ... 

T. R. Garratt 

D. Kennedy 



n. C. Macdonell 
M. Gieeson . ... 
J. W. Bumbam ., 
Jos. KG.uld .... 

,Geo. Smith 

iG. F. Bruce 

IThos. P.Hart... 



Post office address. 



T. M. Fowerman Bracebridge. 

Robert Sharpe Gravenhurst . 

J. R. Reece 

FredD. Stubbs 



Huntsville. 
Port Oarling. 



Sturgeon Falls. 
Mattawa. 
North Bay, 
Sudbury. 
Bontield. 



Simcoe. 
Waterford. 
Windham Centre 
Ron son. 
Vittoria. 
Port Rowan. 
Fairground . 
Port Dover. 



Bowmanville . 

Newcastle. 

Port Hope. . 

Millbrook. 

Cobourg. 

Grafton. 

Coibarne. 

Brighton . 

Warkworth. 

Wooler. 

Campbellford. 



Whitby. 

Greenwood. 

Port Hetry. 

Uxbridge. 

Gannington . 

Beaverton. 

Uptergrove. 



F. W. Macqueen ' Woodstook. 

Chas. K. Gurrey | Drum bo. 

Jsmes Muuru | Kinb'O. 




J»», Btirr 
Janif d Stevens 
John O. Rosd 



D. Macfarlane . . 
David Pauf-rson 
Wm Ditchburu . 
Wa>ter&harpe .. 
Haml G. B«Mt . . . 

R. B. Maw 

J ames Dunn 



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Norwich. 
] ngert>oil . 
Tiisonburg. 



Parry Sound. 
McKellarP.O. 
RoKheau. 
i'uik's Kalld. 
Ma^aubtawan . 
i'< miimitda. 
Suudridge. 



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List of Division Court Clerkd, etc. — Continued. 



County. 



Peel 



Perth 



Peterborough 



Preaoott and KuBsell . 



Prince Edwmrd 



Eainy River 



Renfrew. 



^5 



1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



Name of olerk. 



Post office addresa. 



J. W. Main Brampton 



H. H. Shaver 
John Harm., 
David Peansy 



D. B. Bnrritt 

George K. Matheson. 

£. Long 

G. Brown 

Thomas Trow 

F. W. Hay 



David 8. Buchan . . 

John Shields 

W. Allison 

Joteph Belaoger . . 

J. S. Cameron 

A. Carson 

M. J. CotteUo.... 

J. Downing 

P. W. Langrell... 
Telesphore Rochon . 
Peter Stewart 



Francis James Bell . 
Thomas Fraser . . . . 

Jas. McXeil 

W. Sherin 

C. R. D. Booth .... 



Fred. Slavin 

Henry Hullett Haigbt. 
Charles H. Wright.... 
William C. Delong.... 
John W. Clarke 

A. B. Saylor 

Geo. Crane 

B. £. UarrLon 



P. H. Clark. 
C. 8. Smith. 



W. C. Irving 

Hugh R. Dunn , 

jGeorge Kady, Jr . . . , 
George £. Neilson. . . 
Thomas F. Gorman 

James Reeves , 

Robert Allan 

J. C. Gnmey . . . , 



Streetsville. 

CAledon. 

Bolton. 



Stratford. 

MitcheU. 

St. Mary's. 

Shakespeare. 

Milvercon. 

Listowel. 



Peterborough. 

Norwood. 

Keene. 

Lakefield. 

Apsley. 



L'Orignal. 

Vankleek Hill. 

Stardale. 

Flantagenet. 

Cumberland . 

Ras^ell. 

Hawkesbury. 

Foumier. 

Alfred. 

Clarence Creek. 

Grant. 



Pietnn. 

Mil ford. 

Demoreiitville. 

Ameliasburg. 

Wellington. 

Bloomfield. 

Consecon. 

Waupoos. 



Rat Portage. 
Fort Francis. 



Pembroke. 

Peachburg. 

Renfrew. 

Amprior. 

Shamrock. 

Kganvilie. 

Cobden. 

Rookiogham. 



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County. 




Name of clerk. 


Post office address. 


Siinooo 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


W. 0. McLean 


Barrie. . 




Thomas S. Graham 


Bradford 




Geo. Chnrstal 


Beeton. 




K. G. Campbell 


CoUingwood. 




A, Craig 


Craighurst. 
OrilUa. 




J P. Henderscn 




J A. Mather 


New LoweU. 




J. G. Hood 


Alli8t044. 




Andrew McNamara 


Penetanguishene . 




J. C. Steele 


Coldwater. 








tttoimont, Dundaa and Glengarry 


1 

2 

8 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 


O. H. McGillivrav 


Williamstown 


Douffa 1 B. MoMulan 


Alexandria. 




0. J. Mattice 


ComwaU. 




Acaph Dawson 






F. F. Plantz 


Morrisburg. 




J. N. Tuttle 


Iroquois. 




M. J. CleJand 

J. A. Cockbtini 


South Mountain. 
Crysler. 
Bridge End. 
CheeterviUe. 
Strathmore. 


• 


Thinean C. McRae 

W.Rae 

D. Mcintosh 




John D. Mcintosh 


Dominionville. 








Thunder Bay 


1 
3 


Neil MoDoniraU 


Port Arthur. 




J. J. Wells 


Fort William. 








Victoria 


1 
2 
8 

•4 
6 
6 
7 


Peter Mclntyre 

Edward D. Band 


Woodville. 




Fenelon Falls. 




W. 0. Moore 

James D. Thornton . 


Bcbcaygeon. 
Umemee. 




0. J. McKibbon . 

J. F. Cunnings 


Lindsay. 
Oakwood. 




A. C. Graham 


Victoria Road. 








Waterloo 


1 
2 
8 
4 
6 
6 
7 



1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
6 


A, J. Peterson 


BerUn. 




Jamrs D. Webster 


Preston. 




Thomas Field 


Gait. 




J. Allcbin 


New Hamburg. 




Alfred Boomer 


Lin wood. 




Wm. H. Winkler 

W. D. Watson 


St. Jacobs. 
Ayr. 








Welland 


G. L. Hobeon 


Welland. 




Paul J. Wilson 

Ernest Cruikshank 


Marsh ville. 
Fort Erie. 




Jos. G. Cadham 


Niagara Falls, South. 




J. P. Oonlon 


ThOTold. 




A. K. Scholfield 


Port Colbome. 









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County. 




Name of olerk. 


Post office address. 


Wellington * 


1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


Geo, Howard 


Guelph. 
Mornston. 




Wm. Niooll 




Hugh Black 


Rockwood. 




Hugh Mitchell 


Fergus. 




Thomas Toung 

Henry Clarke 

L.R. Adams 


Erin. 
Elora. 
Drayton. 
Arthur. 




Joseph Driiooll 




John Livingston 


Harriston. 




J. 0. Wilkes 


Mount Forest. 








Wentwcrth 


1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
7 
8 
9 


H. T. Bnnburr 


Hamilton. 




F. D. suter .......'..'.!...;;; 


Dundas. 






Waterdown. 




W. McDonald....! 

J.C. Moore 

J. McClement 


Rockton. 
Stoney Creek. 
Qlanfoid. 




Samuel C. Wright 

R. L. CJunn 


Binbrook. 
Hamilton. 








York 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


A. McL. Howard 


Toronto. 




J. Stephenson 


TJnionville. 




J. M. Lawrence 


Richmond Hill. 




D. Lloyd 


N ewms rket. 




Warren P. Cole 

A. Armstrong 


Sutton West 
Lloydtown. 




John Nattrass 


Woodbridge. 
Toronto Junction. 
West Hill. 
Toronto. 




John Linton 

J. H. Richard«on 

E. H. Dugsan 









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Diviaion in irhich their Oonrts are situated, for the Province of Ontario, np to 
31st December, 1896, inolnsive. 



Oounty. 


■^1 

4 


Name of UiUff . 


Poet office addren. 


AlflfOm^ . . , . . T ,....- w t r . - ,. r . 




Robt. Rush 


SanltSte. Marie. 




John Knifrht 


Bruce Mines. 




Fred. Leighfield 


Thessalon . 




Wm . Irvinff 


Webbwood. 




Daniel MoPhwl 


MarksyiUe, St. Jos. Is. 








Brant 


5 


Joseph Jackson 


Brantford. 




Horace Hnion 

Geo. S. Wait 


Paris. 

St. George. 

Bnrford. 




Daniel Dunn 




A. M. Matoohn 


Scotland. 


Bmoe 


IS 


M . Thnmpflon . . ; 


Walkerton. 




p. Oorrigan 

John Farquhareon 


Hollywood. 
Teeswater. 




Alex. GampbeU 

W. W. Hogg 


Kincardine. 
Paisley. 
Port Elgin . 




D. 0. Ca?en 




Gore Leggett , . . 


Underwood . 




Charles A. Riehardf 


Tara. 




H. Tront 

John McRitohie 


Wiarton. 
Ripley. 
Lion's Head. 




Edward Barley 




William Little 

Jamet £. Gats .. 


Lucknow. 
Ghesley. 


CmIMod 


1* 


B . A . Lapierre 


Ottawa. 




John Whittep 


Ottawa. 




W. H. Hamilton 

Wm. Falle 

Ed. W. Owens 


Richmond . 
Carp. 
Antrim . 




WesleyHicks 


Kars. 




John Watt 

A. Wilson 


Metcalfe. 
Hintonburgh. 


Dnflerin 




James McQoarrie 

B. F. Bowes 


Orangerille. 
Shelbume. 




A. Gauthers 


Stanton. 




James McOnarrie 


Orangerille. 
Grand Valley. 




T. W . Rounding 






TClHn . . . 




W. W. White 

Jno . McKenzte 


Aylmer. 
St. Thomas. 






.Tfin . McKenzie 


St. Thomas. 




Malc'»lm 0. Leitch 


Dutton. 








Hnex 




Alois Master 


Sandwich . 




William Kelley 


Amherstburgh . 
Amherstburgh. 
Kingsville. 
Harrow. 




G. Wright 




8 
9 


John S. Middough 




W. L. Hnghson 




Jesse T. Br wn 

GharlesF.Gometel 

W. A. Millard 

J. 3. Askew 


Leamington . 
Belle Isle. 
Windsor. 
Windsor. 




Danl. Sinclair 


Essex. 

Gheyalier. 









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t 
County. 


-1 


Nam« uf baiUff . 


Pest office address. 


Frontenac 


l( 

3 
4 
5 

6 


George Greenwood 


Wolfe Island. 




J. A. Gardner 


Kingston. 
Kingston . 
Sydenham. 
Verona. 
Battfraea. 




John A . Gardner 

KdmnndG. Ruttan 

Isaac L. Smith 

William J. Arthur 




Matthew W. Price 


Mountain CSrove. 




Samuel Mitchell 


Plevna. 








Orey 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 


James Sharpe, jr . • 


Owen Sound . 




James Oarson ............... 


Uurham . 






Meaford. 




George Mitchell 


Clarksburg. 




John WriRht, jr 


Flesherton. 




Jas. Galbraith 

John Small 

W. G. Piokell 


Chats worth. 

Hanover. 

Markdale. 




\ 




flaldimw d ...^ ....... x ... « ^ . a 


1 
2 
8 
4 
6 
6 


Jas. Thorburn 

Jno. Farrell 

W. R. Mclndoe 


Caledonia. 




Cayuga. 
Dunnville. 


. 


David Byera 


Selkirk. 




Eli Piper 


Canboro'. 




F. Hartwell 


Jarvis. 


Haliborton ., 


1 
2 
3 


R. 0. Garrett 


Minden. 




W. J. Aubtin 

Adam Graham . . . '. 


Haliburton. 
Ursa. 








Hftlton 


1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
6 


J. A. l^jizer 

Albert E. Gross 


Milton. 




Oakville. 


/ 


Alfred Benham 

John Lawson 


Georgetown. 
Acton. 




S . Jackson Worthington 

J . W . Henderson 


Campbell vflle. 
Burlington. 






HMt'nin 


l{ 

3 

4 

6| 
6^ 
7 

.:< 

12 { 


John H. Gordon 

Jones Phillips. , 


Belleville. 




Foxboro*. 




W. B. PearsaU.. 

W. J. Bowell 


Shannonville. 
Tweed. 




0. Butler 

H . W . Harris. 


Stirling. 
Stirling. 




John Allen HuflF 


Madoc. 




J . G . Ferguson 


Deseronto. 




Lewis Oruikshank 


Trenton. 




W. D. Ketcheson 


WaUbridge. 
Marmora. 




Jam«*s Bowen ............ 




B. H. Sweet 

M. Gaffney 


Bancroft 
Bancroft. 








Huron 


1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 


John Knox 


Groderich. 




Joseph D. Brine 

D. Dickenson 


Seaforth. 
Clinton . 




FinlayS. Scott 


Brussels 




John Gill 


Exeter. 




James Mallough 


Dungannon. 
Bayfield. 








Francis Patterson. 


Wingham. 
Wroxeter. 
Zurich. 




John Brethauer 

Phillip Sipple 




J. Beanes 

Richard Somers 


Grediton. 
Blyth. 



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Li8T of Division Oourt bailiffa, etc. — Continued, 



Goaoty. 


4 


Nome of bailiff. 


Post office address. 


Kent 


■{ 

2 
3 

*{ 

6 

6| 
7 


Charles J.Moore 


Chatham. 




T-H. Nelson 

Wm. Teetzel 


Chatham. 
Ridgetown . 




Alex. Guthbert 


Dresden. 




W. Fellows 


Blenheim. 




John M. Burke 

Thomas Porhan 


Blenheim. 
Wallaceburg. 




G. A Bobier 


Thamesville. 




S. J. Thomas 

M. Billon 


Boihwell. 
Merlin. 








f /Mnbton r r , . . . , . 


1 

•1 

4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 


Rir>. Maodonald 


SamiA. 




J. F. Elliott 


Watford. 




Biohard L. Bobier 


Florence. 




N. OornwmU 


Sombra. 




Bnirane Mason 


Wyoming. 
Thedford. 




J. Gr. Braddon 




John MoQill 


Corunna. 




John Binolair 

W. Fitzpatriok 


Petrolea. 
Alvinston. 








T^llA«>k 


8 

4 
5 
8 


P.J.Lee 


Perth. 




James Patterson 


Perth. 




James D. Molnnes 

John MoPherson , 


Lanark. 
Carleton Place. 




James Murray 

Arthnr H. Rlfiff 


Smith's Falls. 
Pakenham. 




John 31attery 


Almonte. 








r^edfl And GrenTilld • 


2 
8 

4 
6 

•{ 

7 
12 


H. BicPhall 


Brookyille. 




Uri Marshall 

Charles H Rowe 


Brockville. 
Prescott. 




Edward MoE. Hiscooks 

Michael Sweeny 


Gananoque. 
KemptviUe. 
Mernckvllle. 
Delta. 




Wm. J. McCamey 

W . H. Denaut, jr 




S. R. Random 

R Richards 


Delta. 
Frankyille. 






Newboro*. 




Delorma Deacon 


Westport. 




O. W. Brown 


Athens. 




Wm. Stitt, jr 

Jamefi P. Lawrence .......... 


Spenoeryille. 
Spencer ville. 
North Augusta. 




S. J. Whaley 




W. J.MaUory 


Mallorytown. 


T^mnAT And AddiAffton 


l| 

2 
8 

4 
6 
6 




Napanee. 




W. H. Huft 

R R. Finkle 


Napanee. 
Bath. 




D. Daverne 


Adolphustown. 

Napanee. 

CentreviUe. 




Z. Ham 

P. Vandewater 




John W. Denyes ,, • . 


Odessa. 






Tamworth. 




Saml. J. Sweetnam 


Vennachar , 




Thomas Neal 


Oloyne. 


iMMoln 


1 
2 
8 
4 


P. HenigMi 


Niagara. 




Riohud jS. Boyle 






A D.Lacy 

Cyrus Russ 


Smithville. 
Beamsrille. 



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List of DiTidon Oonrt bailiffs, eta — Continued. 



Connty. 


•si 


Name of bailiff. 


Post office address. 


ManitoiiHn , 


1 

2 
8 


S. M. Fraser 

Humphrer Mary 

John Gorley 


Gore Bay. 
Little Current. 
Manitowaning . 










1 

2 
8 

4 
6 
6 

7 
8 
9 


John Burns 

Edward Manes 


211 Richmond St.. Lou 




don. 
Parkhill. 




Svlvanus Gibson 

Henry Lockwood 

Jam^i Poole 

Maloolm Mclntyre 


Lucan. 
Delaware. 
Strathbum. 
Strathroy. 
Dorchester Station. 




John Beyerley 




Chas. E. Smith , 


Arva. 




L. W. Stevens 


London. 


Mukoka 


1 
2 
8 
4 


E F. Stephenson 


Braoebridge. 
Gravenhurst. 
Huntsville. 




T.M. Robinson 

Wm. Kumsey , . 




Francis Fowler 


Port Garling. 






Nipitiiing 


1 
2 
8 

4 
6 


H. Kinch 


Sturgeon Falls. 
MatUwa. 
North Bay. 
Sudbury. 
Bonfield. 




Ed. J.Smith 

L. W.Brannan 

M. J. PoweU 




J. L. Manseau 


Norfolk 


1 
2 
8 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 


E. G. Wells . 


Simooe. 




Orlando H. Dunoombe 

D. C. Wood 


Waterford. 
Simcoe. 




Koberi Power 


Delhi. 




Jas. M. Brown 

Henry 0. Ellis 


Vittoria. 
Port Rowan . 




H. J. Mitchener 

Hiram Fairchild 


Clear Oreek. 
Port Dover. 








Northumberland and Durham 


1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


Hpnry Metcalfe 


Bowman ville . 




David Kutherford 


Newcastle. 




Geo. S. Perks 


Port Hope. 
MUlbrook. 




Wm. Garveth 




0, Dean 


Cobourg. 




Thomas Patterson 

Wm. W. Brown 

Jay Chapin 


Grafton. 

Colboroe. 

Brighton. 




Luke Berry 




Arthur Terrill 


Wooler. 




Thomas G. Gillespie 


Campbellford. 






Ontario 


1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 


B. F. CampbeU 


BrookHn. 




Levi McKay 

James D. Paxton 


Greenwood. 
Port Perry. 
Uxbridge. 




J. 0. Widdifield 




R. J, Harwood 


Oannington . 




JamesC. Edgar. 

Joseph Fox 


Beaverton 
Millington. 



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County. 


^1 


Name of bailiff. 


Post office address. 




M 

2 
8 
4 
6 
6 


M. Virkne 


Woodstock. 


Oxfoi^ 


M. Virtue, jr 

L. S. Kenn«jdy 


Woodstock. 
Rich wood. 




George 0. Mcfcay 


Embro. 




Wm. Stroud 

W^. H. Cody 


Norwich. 
Ingersoll. 




M. Dillon 










P»rry Sound 


2* 
S 

4 
5 
6 

7 


T. W. Oeonre 

Duncan MoKae.t 

W.J. Moffatt 


Parry Sound. 
French River. 
MoKellar. 






Jos. G . Dixon 


Rosseau. 




Chas. W. MoKague 

Ed. B. barker 


Burk's FaUs. 
Maganetawan. 




DavidRicker 

Archibald McDonald 


Oommsnda. 
Sundridge. 


Peel 


1 
2 
8 
4 


Jno W Smith 


Brampton. 
CooksviUe. 
Galedon. 




Wm. Henry Bntledge 

James K . Lieslie . .......... 




J Switzer 


Albion. 








Peith 


l| 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 


Thos. Tobin 

Thos. S. Tobin 


Stratford. 
Stratford. 




J S OoDoin ....'..... 


Mitchell. 




William Box 


St. Mary's. 
Shakespeare. 




J . A Donaldson 




W. D. Weir 

W. H. Hay 


Milv^rton. 
Listowel. 


Peterborough 


1 
2 
3 
4 
6 


ThoR. Laplante 

A. . R , Anderson 


Peterborough. 




Norwood . 




Joseph Elmhirst 


Keene. 




Thos. Nioolls 

W.H. Webster 


Lakefield. 
Apsley. 


Prescott Mid RoBeell. 


1 
2 

8 
4 
5 
6 

7 

:^ 

10{ 


S.W. Wright 

Thomas Shields 

P Kelly. . 


L'Orifcnal. 
VankleekHiU. 
St. Eugene. 

Cumberland. 
Russ^lL 




Wm . Adolphas McKay 

Docitte Lavergoe 

Thomas Voung 




8 Wrifthb 


L'Ori^al. 
Poumier. 




Gates 




Napoleon Dupuis 


St. I-idore. 




Ol ver Miion 


Alfred. 




John A. Dent 


Rockland. 




Godfrey Fortier 


Clarence Creek. 




E M. Gatselman . .' 


Casselman. 




Euffene Parent 


Casselman . 








Prince Edward 


1 

2 
8 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 


D. A. Spencer 

Marshall Paleo 


Pioton. 




Milford. 




George Farrel I 


Demorestville. 




A. Harvey. 


Amc^liasbarg. 
Wellington. 




Alex. McDonald 


Bloomfield . 




Harman W. Weeks 


Consecon. 




E. A. WiUiams 


WaupooB 



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County. 


4 


Name of bailiff. 


Poet office address. 


Rainy Rivf r 


1 
2 


W. H. McKay 

Wm. Neil ... 


Rat Portage. 




Fort Francis. 




!^ 

6 
6 

7 
8 


Henry Mitchell 


Pembroke. 


Renfrew 


James Miliar 

Ohas. Tay'.or 

Jno . Beaapre 


Pembroke. 
Westmeath. 
Beach burg. 




Tno . Devine 


Renfrew. 




Wm . Wilson 


Am prior. 




John Lyon 


Arn prior. 




Thos. J. Gorman 

Hash GallaKher 


Shamrock. 
EganviUe. 




Gr€orge Marshall 


Cobden. 




John IJartnev ........ 


Rcckingham. 






Simooe 


1 
2 

8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


John W'ftVtnnnth 


Barrie. 




L. Algeo 


Bradford. 




John Wilson 


Tottenham. 




A. W. 8. Cunningham 

J ames Martin 


Collingwood. 
Hillsdale. 




J. G. Wilson 


OrUUa. 




Andrew Patton 


New LoweU. 




W. H. McDougall 

Wm, Pratt 


Alliston. 




Thomas Blaney 


Cold water. 








Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 


I 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 1 

11 
12 


P. W.Robertson 

Henry Oonroy 


Williamstown. 
MaxviUe. 




Homer Stiles 


Cornwall. 




Simon Warner 


Osnabruck Centre. 




Jacob Hopper 


Morrisburg. 




Wm A. Coons 


Iroquois . 




Andrew Redmond 


South Mountain. 




Samuel Dillobough 


Crysler. 




Wm . Cameron 






A. StaJlmayer 


Chesterville. 




Milo Knowland 

Martin Maloney 


Chesterville. 
Monckland. 




H. A. Conroy 


Mazville. 








Thnw^er Bay r 


1 
8 

1 
2 
8 
4 
6 
6 
7 


Thos . Connor 


Port Arthur. 




Thos . Connor 


Pork Arthur. 








Victoria. , , 


Arch. J. Smith 

Steven Ne viaon 


Woodville. 




Fenelon Falls. 




W. R. Givens 


Bobcay geon . 




Wm. Glass 

Peter Mitchell 


Omemee. 
Lindsay . 




Wm. Henry McLaughlin 

William Boden 


Oakwood. 
Victoria Road. 








Waterloo 


1 
2 
8 

4 
5 
6 
7 


J. Klippert 

Peter Gillies 


Berlin. 




Gait. 




Peter Gillies 


Gait. 




Alex. Fraaer 

Benj. J. Ballard 


New Hamburg. 
Hawkesville. 




Benj. J. Ballard 

Ed . Bourchiei 


Hawkesville. 









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Oounty. 


4 


Name of Vtailiff. 


Post office address. 


WirtliHid . ... 


1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
6 


Gasper, Ramey 


Wetland. 




John S. Stayer 


Marshville. 




J. Teal 


Bertier. 




Geo. E. Buckley 


Niagara Falls, South . 




Jno. Urlocker 


Thorold . 




Klias AugiiBtine x.. . 


Port Colbome. 








Wellington 


1 
2 

8 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


John H. Dooghty 


Guelph . 




J. H. Doughty 


Guelph . 




John W. FairWe 

Wm. M. Frank 


Rookwood. 
Fergus. 




James Broddy 

Wm. Findlay 


Krin. 
Elora. 




S. B. Trask 


Drayton. 




David T. Small 


Arthur. 




James McQuarrie 


Orange ville. 




Henry Turrance 

A . Godfrey 


Harriston. 
Mount Forest. 








Went Wi ih 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
7 
8 
9 


Wm . Hunter 


Hamilton. 




F. P. Hanes 

W. Harvey 


Dnndas . 
Wat-trdown. 




Emerson, Ulement 

H . A . Combs 


Troy. 

Stoney Greek . 
Binbrook . 




A. deO. Boyer 




A . de . Boyer 


Binbrjok. 




J. Greenfield 


Hamilton 








York * 


1 
2 
8 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


J. M. Wingfield 


Toronto . 




P. L. Barkey 


Bingwood. 
• Ringwood . 
Newmarket. 




P. L. Barkey 




Wm . Malloy 




A. E. Widdifield 

Amos H. Wilson 

K. A. Sheppard 

Geo. E . Reynolds 


(« 

Newmarket. 
Sutton, West. 
Lloydton. 

Lamhton Mills 




Wm. Sug«itt 

Wm . Stiffgitt 




J. P. Wheler 


East Toronto. 




Peter Small 


Toronto . 









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TABLE D. 

DIVISION COURTS AND THE LIMITS OF THE RESPECTIVE 
DIVISIONS IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



DISTRICT OF ALGOMA. 

I. — Bounded ^est by Thunder Bay District, 85th parallel of west longitude, and 
east by Barr River, including all the islands in front. 

2. — Bounded west by Barr River, and east by the westerly boundary of the Town 
ships of Thessalon River, Kiikwood, Bridgeland and Houghton, and by said boundary line 
of the last thiee named townships, produced northerly. 

3. — Bounded west bj the westerly boundary of the Townships of Thessalon River, 
Kirkwood, Bridgeland and Houghton, and the boundary line of the last named three 
townships, produced northerly, and on the east by the eastern boundary of the Township 
of Sprague, produced northerly. • 

4. — Bounded on the west by the boundary line between the Townships of Sprague 
and Lewis, produced north to the northern boundary of the District of Algoma, thence 
along the northern boundary of the said district, thence south along the eastern boundary 
to the waters of Lake Huron, thence westerly along the southern boundary < f the Dis- 
trict of Algoma, to a point opposite the boundary line between the Townships of Sprague 
and Long, thence northerly to said last-mentioned boundary line, thence easterly along the 
said southern boundary line of the Township of Sprague to the place of beginning. 

6. — Consisting of St. Joseph's Island. 



COUNTY OP BRANT. 

1. — The City of Brantfoid and that part of the Township of Brantford not included in 
the other divisions hereinafter described. The Townships of Onondaga and Tuscarora, aad 
that part of the Township of Brantford lying south of the main road from Brantford to 
Hamilton and east of Fairchild's Creek. 

2. — The Town of Paris and that part of South Dumfries west of the line between lotd 
18 and 19, and that part of the first concession of the Township of Brantford lyit^g west 
of a continuation of the last- mentioned line. 

3. — The remainder of the Township of South Dumfries and of the first concession of 
th(3 Township of Brantford. 

4. — The ten northern concessions of the Township of Burford, and that part of the 
t2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions of the Township of Brantford, west of the line between 
L.ts numbers 10 and 11, and that portion of the Kerr tract west of a continuation of the 
lest-mentioned line. 

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5. — ^The Township of Oakl&nd, the four aouthem conceflsionB of the Township of 
Barford and lots nambera 1 to 5, inclusive, in the ranges efist and west of the Mount 
Pleasant Road, in the Township of Brantford, adjoining the Township of Oakland. 



COUNTY OF BRUCE. 

1. — The Town of Walkerton and township of Oarriok, and all the Township of Brant, 
south of the line between the llth and 12th concessions, in lots up to No. 25, and south 
of the line between concessions 9 and 10, in lots 26 to 34 inclusive. 

2. — The Village of Teeswater, all the Township of Culross, and that part of the 
Township of Greenock lying south of the line between the llth and 12th concessions. 

3. — ^The Town of Kincardine and that part of the Township of Kincardine lying 
south of a line drawn between the 9th and 10th coacessions. 

4. — ^The Village of Paisley and that part of the Township of Brant lying north of a 
line drawn between the llth and 12th concessions of the Township of Brant. 

That part of the Township of Elderslie, except lots 16 to 36, both inclusive, in con- 
cesaiona 12, 13 and 14 of said Township, except so much of said Township as lies south 
of concession 1 2 and east of lot 25, and so much of the Township of Brant as lies north 
and east of lot 25. 

All the Township of Greenock lying north of a line drawn between concessions 11 
and 12 of said Township. 

Lots 26 to 35, both inclusive, in the 8th, 9th, 10th, llth, 12th, 13th and 14th con- 
cessions of the Township of Bruce : and that part of the Township of Saugeen lying east 
of a line between lots 28 and 29, and south of the production of the town line between 
the townships of Arran and Elderslie to the Saugeen River. 

5 — All Saugeen Township not included in No. 4, all that part of the Township of 
Arran lying west of aline between lots 10 and 11 and north of Arran Lake and the 
outlet of said lake, and that part of the Township of Amabel lying north of the 10th con- 
cession and west of the eastern boundary of concession C of Amabel, and the Villages of 
Port Elgin and Southampton. 

6 — The Village of Tiverton, and that portion of Kincardine Township north of a 
line drawn between concessions 9 and 10 in said Township, and all the Township of 
Bruce, except that part included in No. 4. 

7. — That part of the Township of Elderslie not included in No. 4, and that part of 
Arran Township not included in No. 5, that part of the Township of Amabel which lies 
Aouth of the 8th concession and east of concession lettered in said Township, and the 
Village of Tara. 

8. — The Village of Wiarton, the Township of Albemarle, and that part of the Town- 
»hip of Amabel lying north of a line between the 9 th and 10th concessions. 



9.— All the Township of Huron. 

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10. — All the Township of Eastnor, Lindsay and St. Edmunds. 

11.— The Village of Lncknow ; ail of the Township of Kinloss. 

12. — The Village of Ohesley ; that part of the Township of Eldersiie lying east of 
the 25th side line and south of the 12th concession of said Township ; all that part of the 
Township of Brant lying east of the 25th side line and north of the 9th concession of 
said Township. 



COUNTY OF OARLETON. 



1. — Oomprising all the City of Otkawa, and the Township of Gloucester, to lot 15» 
inclusive, Rideau front and concessions 1 to 6, inclusive, Ottawa front and the islands in 
the Ottawa River opposite thereto. 

2. — All the Township of Goulbourn ; the 8th, 9ch and 10th concessions of the Town 
ship of Marlborough ; all that portion of the Township of Nepean soath of the River 
Goodwood ; and the 4th, 5th and 6th concessions thereof north of the same river to the 
boundary line between lots 20 and 21 in the last mentioned concessions. 

3. — All the Township of Hontley, and all the Township of March, except lots 1 to 
5, inclasive, in concessions 1, 2, 3 and 4 thereof. 

4. — ^All the Townships of Fitzroy and Torbolton. 

5.— All the Township of North Gower ; Long Island in the Rideau River and ls^> 
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th concessions of the Township of Marlborough. 

6. — All the Township of Osgoode ; the 6th, 7th and 8th concessions Ottawa front 
and from lots 16 to 30, inclusive, of the Rideau front of the Township of Gloucester. 

7. — All the Township of Nepean, except the City of Ottawa, and the part of the 
said Township lying south of the River G<x>dwood, and concessions 4, 5 and 6 north of 
said River Goodwood to the boundary line between lots 20 and 2i in said last mentioned 
concessions, and including also lots 1 to 5, inclusive, in concessions 1, 2, 3 and 4 in 
Township of March. 



COUNTY OF DUFFERIN. 



1. — ^The Town of Orangeville, the Township of East Garafraxa, and ail that portion 
of tie Township of Amaranth lying south of the southerly boundary of lot number 26, 
in each oonceesioi of the Township of Amaranth. 

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2. — The Village of Shelburne, the Township of Melanothon, and all that portina of 
tberTowiifehip of Amaranth l^ing north of the southerly boundary of lot number 26, in 
each ooncefsion of the Township of Amaranth. 



3. — The Township of MuJmu'r. 

4 — The Township of Mono. 

5 — The Township of East Luther. 



COUNT y OF ELGIN. 

1. — Thn Townships of fiayham, Malahide and South Dorchester. 

2 — The Townships of Southwold and Yarmouth j( except the City of St. ThoujHK). 

3.— Ihe City of St. Thomas. 

4. — The Townships of Aldborough and Donwich. 



COUNTY OF ESSEX. 

1. — Town of Sandwich and Township of Sandwich West. 

2. — Town of Afuherstburg and Townships of Alden and Anderdon. 

3. — The Village of Kihgsville, and all that part of the Township of GosBeld not 
included in Division No. 8. 

4. — The Township of Colchester South, and all that part of Colchester North, south 
of the 9tli concession, exclusive of the said concession and the lots on both sides of Maiden 
street. 

6. — Township of Mersea and Village of Leamington. 

6. — ^The Tovmship of Rochester, the Village of Belle River, the first concession of 
the Township of Maidstone, and all north of the Middle Road in said Township of Maid- 
stone. 

7. — Town of Windsor, the Town of Walkerville and all that part of Sandwich Eas- 
north of the Talbot Street range. 

8. — The Town of Essex, all that part of the Township of Maidstone lying west of 
the fir^t concession and south of the Middle Road ; so much of Sandwich East as is 
south of Talbot street, including the lots on both sides of said street to Nos. 306 and 
307 ; all of Colchester north of the 9th concession, including said concession and 
lots on both sides of Maiden Street, and all that part of Gosfield lying north 
of concession 6, and extending as far east from the limits between Gosfield and 
Colchester as lot No. 12, including such lot in each concession north of concession 6, 
inclusive. 

9 —The Townships of Tilbury West and Tilbury North. 
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COUNTY OF FRONTENAC. 

I. — City of Kingston, Township of Garden Island, Wolfe Island, Howe Island and 
part of the Township of Pittsburg. 

2. — Oataraqui, comprising the Township of Kingston and the Village of I'orts- 
momh. 

3. — Looghboro', comprising the Townships of Loughboro' and Bedford. 

4 — Verona, comprising the Townships of Portland and Hinchinbrooke. 

5. — Sunbury, comprising the Township of Storrington and part of the Township of 
Pittsburg. 

6. — Comprising the Townships of Kennebec, Olden, Oso, Barrie, Clarendon, Palmer- 
ston. Miller, North Canonto and South Oanonto. 



COUNTY OF GREY. 

1. — The Town of Owen Sound, the Village of Brook, and the Townships of Derby, 
Keppel, Sarawak and Sj^denham. 

2. — The Town of Durham, the Township of Egremont, and those portions of the 
Townships of Bentinck, Ncrmanby and GleneJg as follows : — That part of the Town- 
ship of Bentinck lying east of the line between lots 30 and 31 in the 1st, 2nd and 
3rd concessions south of the Durham Road, and in concessions 1, 2 and 3 north of 
the Durham Road, and east of the line between lots 15 and 16 in concessions 4, 
5,6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 therecf. That part of the Township of 
Normanby lying east of the line between lots 20 and 21, in the 4th, 5th, 6lh, 7th, 8th» 
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13tb, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th concessions, and all the 
Township of Glenelg, excepting that portion lying east of the line between lots 
10 and 11 in the 7th, 8th, 9tb, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13tb, 14th and 15th concessions 
tht?reof. 

3. — The Town of Meaford, the Township of St. Vincent, and that part of the Town- 
ship of Euphrasia lying west of the line between the 6th and 7th concessions, and noith 
of the line between lots 15 and 16. 

4. — The Township of Collingwood and the east half of the Township of Euphrasia, 
excepting that part thereof lying west of the line between the 4th and 5th concessions, 
and south of the lots between lots 12 and 13, and east half of the Township of 
Osprey. 

5. — The Township of Proton, the west half of the Township of Oiprey, and those 
parts cf the Township of Artemesia, consisting of the ranges of lots lying parallel 
to the Tot onto and Sydenham Road, and south of the line between lots 130 and 181, 
and concessions 1, 2 and 3 south of the Durham Road, and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 north 
of the said Durham road, and those portions of concessions 7, 8 and 9 lying east of 
the ranges of lots psrallel with the Toronto and Sydenham Road, and those por- 
tions of concessions 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 lying east of the line between lots 30 and 
31. 

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6 — The TowQship of Sallivan and the Township of Holland, excepting those 
por ions of concessions 9, 10, 11 and 12 lying south of the line between lots 15 and 
16, and those portions of concessions 7 and 8 west of the ranges of lots lying pirallel 
With the Toronto and Sydenham Road, and the ranges of lots lying parallel with th& 
Toronto and Sydenham Road, and south of the line between lots 50 and 51. 

7. — All the lots from 1 to- 30, inclusive, in the three concessions south, and the 
three concessions north of the Durham Road, in^ the said Township of Bentinck ; and 
all the lots from 1 to 15 inclusive, in the 12th concession, from the 4th to the 15th 
concessions inclusive, of the said Township of Bentinck ; and all the lots from 1 to 
20 inclusive, in all the ooncefasions from 4 to 18 inclusive, in the Township of Normanby 
afotesaid. 

8. — All the lots from 51 to 130, inclusive, in all the concessions parallel, to (and 
being north-eaat and south- webt) of the Toronto and Sydenham Road, in the Townships 
of Artemesia, Glenelg, and Holland aforesaid ; all lots to the westward of the dividing 
line between lots 30 and 31, in all the concessions from 10 to 14, inclusive, and all the 
lots from 1 to 5 in the 7ih, 8th and 9bii concessions, inclusive, which lie to the south- 
west of the 3rd concession, south-west of the said Toronto and Sydenham Road, in the 
said Township of Artemesia; all the lots from 1. to 12, inclusive, in concessions 5 a^d 6, 
and the lots from 1 to 15, inclusive, in the concessions from 7 to 12, inclusive, in the 
Township of Euphrasia; all lots south of the allowance for road between lots 15 and 
16 in the 9th, 10th, 1 1th and r2th concessions, and from lots 25 to 30, inclusive, in the 
7^ concession, and lots 28, 29 and 30, in the 8th concession of the taid Township of 
Holland ; and all the lots lying; east of the allowance for road between lots 10 and 11, 
in all the concessions from 7 to 15, inclusive, in the said Township of Glenelg. 



COUNTY OF HALDIMAND. 

1. — All the Townships of Seneca except the first and second concessions, the Young 
tract, and the property of the late Richard Martin, and the late Robt. Weir ; all the 
Township of Oneida, except the first range north of the Oayuga line ; the Dennis tract 
and the lots southerly of said tract. 

2. — The whole of the Township of JSorth Oayuga, except that portion thereof l>ing 
northeast of sideline between lots 12 and 13; the firat and second concessions of the 
Township of Seneca, excepting that portion thereof lying northeast of the side line 
between lots 12 and 13 ; the Young tract and the lands of the late Robert Weir and the 
late Richard Martin, Esquires ; the first range of Oneida and north of Oayuga line ; alro 
the Dennis tract and River lots lying south. 

3 — The Townships of Moulton, Sherbrooke and Dunn, including the Village of 
Dnnnville. 

4. — The Townships of South Oayuga and Rainham. 

5. — ^The Township of Canboro,' and those portions of North Cayuga and Seneci not 
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COUNTY OF HALIBURTON. 

1 . - The Township of Glamorgan and Snowden, except that portion of both incladed 
in the 3rd division, and all of the Townships of Snowdon, Lutterworth, Minden, Anson, 
Stanhope, Uindon, Sherboarne and McOlintock. 

2. — ^The Townships of Djsart, Guilford, Havelock, Livingston, Lawrence, Syre, 
Hnrhurn, Dudley, Harcourt, Brnton, Olyde and Nightingale and that portion of Mon- 
mouth not included in the 3rd division. 

3. — The Township of OardifT, the Township of Monmouth (except lots I to 19 
inclusive) in the 13tb, 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th concessions; the south 12 concessions 
of the Township of Glamorgan, and from lot 21, inclusive, to the eastern boundary in 
the south six concessions of Snowden. 



COUNTY OF HALTON. 

1. — All the territory comprised in thf) new survey of the Township of Trafalgar, 
and the first ten lots in concessi'^ns 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in the Township of Esqueaing, and 
the first five lots in concessions 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 in said township. 

2. — That part of the Township of Trafal&^ar known as the Old Survey. 

3. — All the rest of the territory comprised in concessions 8, 9, 10 and 11 in^ the 
Tovk nship of Esquesing not comprised in the first division. 

4 — All the rest of the territory comprised in concessions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in the 
Ti>wnship of Esquesing. 

5. — The Township of Nassagaweya. 

6. — The Township of Nelson. 



COUNTY OF HASTINGS. 

1. — To comprise the City of Belleville and the Township of Thurlow ; also all that 
portion of the township of Sidney lying south of the 8th concession, and east of the line 
between lots 18 and 19. 

2. — (Order made discontinuirs^ this court, from let March, 1897. The territory to be 
divided amongst the Ist, 5th and 9th courts as given under these respective divisions.) 

3. — The Township of Tyendinaga, except that part called Deseronto. 

4. — The Township of Hungsrford. 

5. — All that part of the Township of Sidney which lies to the north of the 8th con- 
cespioQ, and to the east of lot No. 6 in each concession north of the 8th concession, and 
all that part of the Township of Rawdon which lies to the south of the 9th concession, 
and that part of the Township of Huntingdon south of the 6th concession ; also Block A 
and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in the 8th and 9bh concessions of the Township of Sidne y 
heretofore forming part of the 2nd division) together with all that portion of th^ Tow n 
ship of Sidney lying north of the 7th concession, and e 'st of the line between lots 6 and 7 

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6. — The Townships of MgmJoc, Tudor, Limeriok, excf'pting that part lying north of tb« 
I Oth concession, and also that part lying west of lot 25 in the different concessions pou h 
of the 11th concession of said township, and including all that part of the Township of 
Huntingdon north of the 6th concession of said township, the Townships of E)z<>vir, 
Grimsthorpe, Oashel, excepting that part of Cashel lying north of the 10th concession of 
tbe g^id township. 

7. — The Village of Deseronto, 

9 —The Town of Trenton, and all that part of the Township of Sidney which lies to 
the west of lot 7 in each of the concessions of the said township, including Mill Island. 
Also, all of said Townahip of Sidney lying sou^h of the 8th concession and west 9f the 
line between 18 and 19, and east of the line between lots 6 and 7. 

10. — The Townships of Marmora, Lake, and all that part of the Township of Raw- 
don which lies to the north o! the 8th concession. 

11. — ^The Townships of Herschell, Monteagle, Carlo w, Bangor, Wicklow and 
McClure. 

12. — The Townships of WoUaston, Faraday, Dangannon, Miyo, and all that part of 
the Township of Cashel lying north of the 10th concession of said township, and all those 
parts of the Township of Limerick lying north of the 10th conoession, and west of lot 
Na 25 in the several concessions of the said Township of Limerick. 



COUNTY OP HURON. 

1 . — Comprising that part of the Township of Godeiich to the north of the Cut Line- 
and the Huron Road until the same meets the road allowance between the 13th and 14th 
concessions ; then back along the Huron Road to its junction with the Cut Line ; then 
west by the road allowance between concessions 11 and 12 to the River Maitland ; then 
along tbe River Maitland to Goderich, together with the Township of Colborne. 

2. — Comprising the Township of McKiliop, the Town of Seaforth, and all that por- 
tion of the Township of Tuckersmith not included in the third division, south of the blind 
line between the 7ch and 8th concessions of the said Township of Hullett. 

3 — Comprising the Township of Hullett ; that part of the Township of Goderich not 
bdnded ia Nos. 1 and 7 ; 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th concessions Township of Stanley ; 1st 
and 2Dd concession Township of Tuckersmith, L.R.S , north of lot 15, and that portion 
▼est of side road between lots 25 and 26, H R.S., and Town of Clinton. 

4. — Comprising the Township of Grey ; all of the Township of Morris east of side 
^Md between lots numbers 10 and 11 (which is not included in No. 12), and the Village 
of Brussels. 

5. — Comprising the Township of Usborne and Stephen, and the Village of Exeter. 

6 —Comprising the Townships of Ashfield and West Wawanosh, except that portionr. 
««t of Maitland River. 

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7. — Comprising the Tovtrnship of Goddrich south of Cat Line and Haron R^ad until 
th« same joins the road between the 12th and 14th concessions of the Township of God- 
«rich ; thence along the said concessions until the same joins the River Bayfield ; all 
Scanley not included in number 3 ; and the Yillage of Bayfield. 

8. — Comprising the Village of WiDgham, the Township of Turnberry ; all that part 
of EaAt Wawano&h not included in number 12, and all the Township of Morris not 
included in Nos. 4 and 12. 

9. — Comprising the Township of Howick and the Village of Wroxeter. 
10. — Comprising the Township of Hay. 

11. — Comprising the Township of Stephen. 

12. — CommenciDg at the north-east angle of the Township of Hnllett, thence south- 
erly along the easterly boundary of the said Township of Hullet to the blind line, between 
the 7th and 8th concessions of said township ; thence westerly along said line to the 
western boundary of the township ; thence northerly along the westerly boundary of the 
township to the Maitland River at the south eastern corner of the Maitland Block ; 
thence along the said river northerly till the western boundary of East Wawanosh is 
reached ; thence northerly along said westerly boundary to the road running between the 
6th and 7th concessions of said Township of East Wawanosh ; thence easterly along said 
road to the easterly limit of said township ; thence northerly along the gravel road to the 
road running between the 5th and 6th concessions of the Township of Morris ; thenoe 
easterly along said road to the line between lots 1 and 1 1 : thence southerly along said 
line between the 6th and 7tb concessions ; thence easterly along said line to the line between 
lors 15 and 16 ; thence southerly to the boundary line between the Townships of Morris 
and Hullett ; thence easterly to the place of beginning, including the Village of Blyth. 



COUNTY OF KENT. 

1. — The First Division to consist of the Town of Chatham and that part of the Town- 
ships of Dover East and West to the south of the 12th and 13th concession line of the 
Township of Dover East; and that part of the Township of Chatham south of the 12th 
and 13ih concession line, and west of the side road between lots 12 and 13, from the first 
mentioned 12th and 13th concession line to the 5th and 6th concession line, and all south 
ef the said 5th and 6th concession line of said township ; that part of the Township of 
Harwich north of 5th and 6th concession line by the eastern boundary ; that part of the 
Township of Raleigh north of the 16th conce&sion to the west side road between lots 12 
and 13 north to the 6th and 7th concession line, and all of the said township north of the 
said ia8t mentioned line, and that part of the Township of Tilbury East north of the ith 

2. — ^The Second Division to consist of that part of the Township of Howard south of 
the 2nd and 3rd cqncession line by the eastern boundary (known as the Botany Road), 
And that part of the Township of Orford south of the 10th and 11th concession line of 
said township. 

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3. — The Third Division to consist of all that part of the Gore of Camden lying west 
of the 10<;h and 11th concession line, and that part of the Township of Oamden lying west 
of the side line between lots 6 and 1 ; the YilJage of Dresden ; and that part of the 
Township of Chatham north of the 5bh and 6bh concession line and east of the side road 
between lots 12 and 13. 

4. — The Fourth Division to consist of that part of the Township of Harwich south 
of the 5ch concession of the eastern boundary, and south of the Srd concession by the 
western boundary, and that part of Raleigh south of the 15ih concession and east of the 
side road between lots 12 and 13, acd the road to the Lake shore through lot 146 on the 
Talbot road. 

5. — ^Tbe Fifth Division to consist of the Village of Wallaceburg, the Gore of Chat- 
ham, and that part of the Township of Chatham northwest of the 12th and 13th 
concession line and west of the said road between lots 12 and 13, and that part of Dover 
£adt l>ing north of the 12th snd 13ih concession side road. 

6. — The Sixth Division to cone^ist of that part of the Township of Howard, north 
of the Botany road aforesaid, and of that part of the Township of Orford north of the 
10th and llth concession line, the Township of Zone, the Town of Both well, the Village 
of Thamesville, and that part of the Gore of Oamden east of the 10th and llth coacession 
line, and that part of the Township of Camden east of the side line between lots 6 and 7. 

7.— The Seventh Division to consist of that pait of Tilbury East south of the 3rd 
concession, the Townehip of Romney, and that part of the Township of Baleigh, south of 
the 6th and 7th concesdion line and west of the side road between lots 12 and 13 in the 
said township, and the road through lot 147 on Talbot road. 



COUNTY OF LAMBTON. 

1. — The external boundaries of the Township of Sarnia and the Town of Sarcia. 

2. — ^The external boundaries of the. Township of Warwick, including that portion of 
the Village of Arkona south of the township line. 

3. — The external boundaries of the Townships of Euphemia and Dawn. 

4. — The external boundaries of the Township of Sombra. 

5. — The external boundaries of the Township of Plympton. 

6. — The external boundaries of the Township of Bosanquet, including that portion of 
the Village of Arkona north of the township line. 

7. — The external boundaries of the Township of Moore. 

8. — The external boundaries of the Township of Enniskillen. 

9. — The external boundaries of the Township of Brock. 

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OOFNTY OF LANARK. 

1.— The Townships of Drummond, Bathurst, South Sherbrooke, BnrgesB North, «i>d 
that part of the Township of Elmsloy North, north of the Rideau River, within rhft 
Ooonty of Lanark and west of lot No. 12 in each concession. 

2 — The Townships of Lanark, Dalhonsie, Darling, Lavant and North Sherbrooke. 

3. — ^The Township of Beckwith, and the first six lots in the first seven concessions of 
the Township of Ramsay. 

4. — The Township of Montague, and that part of the Township of North Elmsley 
from lot No. 1 to lot No. 12 in each concession, both inclusive. 

5. — The Township of Fakenham. 

6. — The Township of Ramsay, with the exception of the first six lots on the first 
seven concessions of the said township. 



UNITED COUNTIES OF LEEDS AND GRENVILLE. 



1. — ^To consist of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th concessions and broken 
front of the Township of Elizabethtown, and the concession roads between them. 

2. — To consist of the Ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions, and broken front, and 
that part of the 6th, 7th and 8th concessions from the town line of Edwardsbnrgh, to lot 
number 18, inclusive of the Township of Augusta, and the concession roads between them. 

3. — To consist of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions and broken front, of the 
Townships of Leeds and Lansdowne, respectively, and the concession roads between them. 

4. — ^To consist of the Township of South Gower, the Township of Oxford from the 
west side line of lots numbers 1 1 in all the concessions of the eastern boundary of the 
township, and the gore of land between South Gower, Oxford and Edwardsbnrgh. 

5. — To consist of the Township of Wolford (except the 7th and 8th concessions and 
the allowance of road between them), lots numbers 1 to 10 inclusive, in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 
4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th concessions of the Township of Oxford, and the allowance of 
roads within and between them. 

6. — To consist of the Townships of Bastard and BurgeES, and those parts of the 
Township of Leeds and Lansdowne, on the north side of the rear of the 5th concession in 
each, respectively. 

7. — To consist of the Townships of Kitley and Elmsley. 

8. — To consist of the Townships of North Crosby and South Crosby. 

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9. — To consiat of that part of the Tow^ashipa of Escott and Yonge, in rear of the 
4th ooncesBion of YoDge. and in the rear of the 6th conceeaion of Escott ; that part of 
the Township of Elizabeth town, in rear of the 7<.h concession, and west of lot number 
18 in the Sth, 9tb, 10th and 11th concessions, and the allowances for roads embraced 
therein. 

10 — To consist of the Township of Edwardsburg. 

11 — To consist of that part of the Township of Augusta, in rear of the 5th conces- 
sion and west of lot number 18, in the 6rh, 7th and 8th concessions; the whole of the 
9th and 10th concessions of the Township of Augusta ; the Gore between the Townships 
of Oxford, Wolford and Augusta ; that part of the Township of EHzabethtown in rear of 
the 7th concession, and east of the commons, between lots number 18 and 19 in the 8th» 
9th and 10th concessions ; the 7th and 8th concessions of the Township of Wolford ; lots 
numbers 1 to 10, inclusive, in the 9th and 10th concessions of the Township of Oxford ; 
and the allowances for roads embraced therein. 

12. — To consist of the Ist, 2nd, 3rd and 4th concessions and broken front of the 
Township of Yonge ; the Ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th concessions and broken front 
of the Township of Escott, and the allowances for roads embraced therein. 

The said Ist, 2nd, 3rd and 12th Divisions shall, respectively, embrace and compre- 
hend within their limits those portions of the River St. Lawrence, and Islands therein, 
within the exterior side lines of which such portions of said river and islands would lie 
and be, if such exterior side lines were produced and extended in that direction to the 
utmost limits of the Province. 



COUNTY OF LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 

1. — The Town of Napanee ; Township of Richmond; all that part of North 
Fredericksborgh and Adolphustown lying north of Hay Bay ; and all that part of North 
Fredericksburg lying north of Big Greek. 

2. — Comprises 1st concession of Earnestown, the Village of Bath, the Township 
of Amherst Island, and the 2nd, 3rd and 4th concessions of the said Township of 
Earnestown, from the west limits thereof to the west limit of Lot No. 21 in each 
concession. 

3. — Township of South Fredericksburgh and all that part of North Fredericksburgh 
and Adolphustown, not included in Division No. 1. 

4. — 1st, 2nd and 3rd concessions of of the Township of Camden and the VDla^e of 
Newburg. 

5. — All that part of the Township of Camden not included in Division No. 4. 

6. — All that portion of the Township of Emestown, not included in the limits of 
Division No. 2. 

7. — Townships of Shejffield, Kalada, Anglesea, Abinger, Effingham, Ashby and 
Denbigh 

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COUNTY OF LINCOLN. 
1. — The Town and Township of Niagara. 

2. — Tie Townsbip of Grantham (including the City of St. Catharines, the Villages 
of Me rriton and Port Dalhoosie), and the Township of Louth. 

3. — The Townships of Caiator ancl Gainsborough^ and the Sth concession of the 
Township of Grimsby, including the let and 2nd ran<i[e8as part of the said concesion. 

4. — The Villag-'s of Grimsby and Bedmsville ; the Township of Oiinton and the 
Township of Grimsby, except the 9th concession and 1st and 2Qd included as part of the 
said 9th concession. 



DISTRICT OF MANITOULIN. 

L — The Town of Gore Bay, the Townships of Gordon^ Allan, Campbell Mills 
Burpee, Robinson, Dawson, the islands known as Cockburn, Batrie. Clapperton and the 
Duck Islands and that part of the Township of Billings lying west of the road allowance 
between lots fifteen and sixteen in the several concessions thereof and so much of the 
Township of Carnarvon as lies west of Lake Mindemoya and north of the line between 
the sixth and seventh concessions thereof. 

2. — The Town of Little Current, the Township of Howland, and those parts of the 
Townships of Sheguindah and Bid well lying north of the line between the sixth and 
8e\enth concessions of Sheguindah, and fourth and fifth concessions of the Township of 
Bid w(>ll and the sijcth and seventh concessions of the line between lots seventeen and 
eighteen in the Township of Billings and the adjacent islands lying north and east of the 
said Townships, except the Clapperton Island. 

3. — Manito waning, the Townshipj of Assiginack, Tehkummah and Sandfield, and 
those parts of the Township of Sheguindah lying south of the line between the sixth and 
seventh concessions of Sheguindah, and fourth and fifih concessions of the Township of 
Bid well, and the sixth and seventh concessions of tde Township of Billings to the line 
between lots seventeen and eighteen of said township, and the Township of Carnarvon, 
exc' pc so much of the same as lies west of Mindemoya Lake, and all that part of Mani- 
toulin lying east of the Township of Assiginack, Manito waning and South Bays and the 
islands adjacent thereto. 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

1. — That part of the City of LDndon lying to the west of Maitland street, with 
that portion of the Township of London lying south of the line between the 4 th 
and 5th concessions and west of the said street, produced northerly or a line in the siime 
direction to the line between the said 4th and 5uh concessions, and with that portion 
of the Township of Westminster lying west of the ma^in road leading south from 
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concessions ; and westerly to the line between lots 42 and 43, and extending northerly 
to the River Thames ; and also including the Village of London West. 

2. — The Villages of Parkbill and Ailsa Craig, the Townships of East Williams and 
West Williamp, and that portion of the Township of Lobo lying north of the line 
between the 11th and 12th concessions; and east of the line between lots numbers 12 
and 13. 

3. — ^The Townships of McGillivray and Biddulph, and the Village of Lacan. 

4. — The Township of Delaware, with that portion of the Township of Westminster 
west of the line between lots 30 and 31, in the second concessit; then southerly on 
the line between lots 20 and 21, to the southerly limit of the township, including all 
west of said line, and also including all that portion of the front of said Township of 
Westminster, lying west of the line between lota numbers 42 and 43, not included in the 
first division ; with that portion of the Township of Caradoc lying south of the line 
between the 5th and 6ih concessions, to the River Thames ; and with that portion of the 
Township of Lobo, lying south of the line, between the 6th and 7th concessions, to the 
River Thames. 

5. — The Townships of Ekfr.d and Mosa, including the Villages of Wards ville, New- 
bury and Glencoe. 

6 — .Townships of Adelaide and Metcalfe ; the Town of Strathroy, with that portion 
of the Township of Caradoc lying north of the line, between the 3rd and 4th concessions ; 
with that portion of the Township of Lobo which lies north of the 6th concession, and 
wesc of the line between lots 12 and 13 of the said Township. 

7. — The Township of North Dorchester, north and south of the River Thames; 
thp.t |K>rtion of the Township of West Nissouri which lies south of the line between lots 
14 and 15 ; and with that portion of the Township of Westminster lying south of the 
line between the first and 2nd concessions, and east of the line between lots 30 and 31 
in the second concession, and thence east of the line between lots 20 and 21, cotitinued 
south to the southerly limit of the said Township of Westminster. 

8. — All that portion of the Township of London which lies north of the line between 
the 4th aod 5th concessions-; that portion of the Township of Lobo which lies north of 
the line between the 6 th and 7 th concessions, and esist of the line between lots 12 and 
13, to the line between the 11th and 12 th concessions, and with all that portion of the 
Township of West Nissouri which lies north of the line between lots numbers 14 
and 15. 

9. — That part of the City of London lying east of Maitland street ; that part of 
the Township of London lying south of the line between the 4th and 5th concessions and 
east of the said street, produced northerly or in a line in the same directic n to the line 
between the said 4th and 5th concessions ; and that part of the Township of Westminster 
lying north of the line between the 1st and 2nd concessions, and east of the main road 
leading south from Clarke's Bridge, across the Thames. 



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UISPRIOT OF MUSKOKA. 

1 — Thp Village of Bracf bridge, and the Townships of Macaulay, McLean, Ridt)U% 
Moi tk and Cardwell, concessions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in the Townships of Stephen 
son. Brace and Franklin, and that part of the Township of Watt, situated east of lot 
21, in the several concessions thereof; and concessions thereof; and concessions 7, 8, 9, 
10, 11, 12 and 13 in the Townships of Muskoka and Draper. 

2 — The Village of Gravenhurst ; the Townshipi of Morrison, Ryder and Oal<ley, 
and concessions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the Townships of Muskoka and Draper. 

3. — The Village of Huntsville ; the Townships of Stisted, Chaffey and Sinclair ; 
and concessions 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 in the Townships of Stevenson, Brunei and 
Franklin, 

4. — The Townnhips of Wood, Medora and Humphrey, and that part of the Town- 
ship of Watt situated west of lot 21 in the several concessions thereof. 



DTSTRICT OF NIPISSING. 

1 — To be composed of the Townships of Springer, Field, Bidgerow, Caldwell^ Eirk- 
patrick, Bagel, Rattler, Dunnet, Hagar and Appleby, and all that part of the Distriot- 
of Nipissing which is situated west of the line between the Indian Reserve and the Town- 
ship of Widdifield, produced north and south, to the boundary of the said D'strict and 
east of the eastern* boundary of the fourth division. 

2. — To be composed of the Townships of Mattawan, Olrig, Calvin, Papineau, Lauder^ 
Pentland, Boyd, Osier, McLaughlin, Oanisby, Sabine. Lyell, Airy, Murchison and Robin- 
son, and all that part of the District of Nipissing situated east of the line between the 
townships of Bon6eld and Calvin, produced south to the provisional County of Hali- 
burton, and east of the line between the Townships of Phelps and Olrig, produced north 
to the Ottawa River. 

3. — To be composed of the Townships of Widdifield, Merrick, Mulock, Phelps, Ferris, 
Chisholm, Ballantyne, Wilkes, Biggar, Paxton, Butt, Devine, Hunt«)r, McCraney, Fin- 
layson, Peck, and all that part of the District of Nipissing situated west of the line 
between the Townships of Phelps and Olrig, produoied north to the Ottawa River and 
east of the eastern boui^dary of first division. 

4 — To be composed of the Townships of McKim, Neelon, Dryden, Awrey, Hawley, 
Blezard, and all that part of the District of Nipissing which is situated west of the line 
between the said Township of Awrey and the Township of Hagar, produced north and 
south to the boundary of the said district. 

5. — To be composed of Townships of Bonfield and Boulter. 



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COUNTY OP NORFOLK. 

1. — The Town of Simcoe, the Gore of the Towi^ship of Woodhouse, and all chat pare 
•of said Township iyin^ west of the side line between lots 5 and 6, together with that part 
of the 4th, 5th and 6th concessions lying west of the side line, between lots 12 and 13. 

2. — ^The Township of Townsend, and the Tillage of Waterford. 

3.— The Township of Windham. 

4.— The Township of Middleton, and the VilUge of Delhi. 

5. — The Township of Charlotte v^ille. 

6. — The Townships of North WqklsiDgham, South Walsingham, and the Village of 
Port Rowan. 

7. — The Township of Houghton. 

8. — The Village of Port Dover, and that part of the Township of Woodhouse not 
included in Division No. 1, viz.: all that part of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd concessions lying 
•east of the side line, between lots 5 and 6, and that part of *the 4tb, 5th and 6th conces- 
sions lying east of the said line, between lots 12 and 13 in said Township. 



UNITED COUNTIES OF NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM. 
1. — Townships of Cartwright and Darlington, and the Town of Bowmanville. 
2. — ^Township of Clarke. and Village of Newcastle. 
3. — Township of Hope and Town of Port Hope. 

4. — Townships of Caven, Man vers, South Monaghan and Village of MUl brook 
5. — ^Township of Hamilton and Town of Cobourg. 
6. — Townships of Haldimand and Alnwick. 
7. — Township of Cramahe and Village of Colborne. 
8. — Township of Brighton and Village of Brighton. 

9. — ^Township of Percy and Village of Hastings. 

10.— Township of Murray. 

II. — Township of Seymour and Village of Campbeliford. 

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COUJSfTY OF ONTARIO. 

I. — Tncluding the Towiibhips of Whitby and East Whitby and the Towns of Whitby 
and Oahawa. 

2. — The Township of Pickering. 

3. — The Townships of Reach and Scugog, and the Village of Port Perry 

4. — The Townships of XJxbridge and Scott, and the Town of Uxbridge. 

5. — The Township of Brock and the Village of Cannington. 

6 — The Township of Thorah, and all that part of the Township of Mara lying 
flouth of the line, between the 4th and 5th concessions. 

6. — All that part of the Township of Mara, lying north of the line between the 4tb 
and 5th concessions thereof, and the Township of Rama. 



COUNTY OF OXFORD. 

1. — Comprising the Town of Woodstock, the Toivnships of Blantord, East Zorra, 
East Oxford, and that part of the Township of North Oxford, situated east of lot 16, and 
that part of West Oxford lying east of lot No. 7, to the Stage Road, thence on the north 
side of the Stage Boad, to where the said road intersects the Township of East Oxford. 

2. — Comprises the Township of Blenheim. 

3. — Comprises the Townships of West Zorra and East Nissonri. 

4. — Comprises the Townships of North Norwich and South Norwich and the Village 
of Norwich. 

5. — Comprises all those portions of the Townships of North' Oxford and West Oxford 
not comprised in the 1st Division ; the Town of IngersoU, and those portions of the 1st 
and 2nd concessions of the Township of Durham west of the Middle Town line. 

6. — Comprises the Town of Tilsonburg, and all that portion of the Township of 
Durham not included in the 5th Division. 



DISTRICT OF PARRY SOUND. 

1. — The Town of Parry Sound, and the Townships of Foley, McDougall, Cowper and 
Carling, and all that portion of the District lying to the west of the east boundary of 
Carling, produced to the French River. 

2. — The Townships of McKellar, Croft, Hagerman, Ferguson, and all that portion of 
the District lying between the east boundary of Ferris and the west boundary of Fergu- 
son, produced to the French River. 

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3. — Towi ships of Humphrey, Christie, Monteith and Oonger. 

4. — Townbhips of McMurrich, Perry and Armour. 

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5. — The Townships of Spenoe, Chapman, Eyersou, Lount, ProudfiOt, Bethune aud 
Sinclair. 

6. — That territory bounded on the west by the western boundaries of Townships of 
Pringle and Patterson, and the western boundary of the Township of Patterson, pro- 
duced to French River and Lake Nipissing ; on the east by the eastern boundary of the 
District of Parry Sound, and on the south by the southern boundaries of the Townships 
of Himsworth, Gard and Pringle. 

7. — The Townships of Machar, Laurier, Strong and Joly. 



COUNTY OF PEEL. 

1. — Town of Brampton, Township of Ohingaaconsy and northern Division of Town- 
ship of Toronto Gore. 

2. — Village of Streetsville, Township of Toronto, and southern Division of TownBhjp 
of Toronto Gore. 

3. — Township of Caledon. 

4. — Village of Bolton, Township of Albion. 



COUNTY OP PERTH. 

1. — To consist of ati that part of the Township of North Easthope west of the line 
between lots 25 and 26, and south of the road between the 8th and 9th concessions, and 
all that part of the Township of South Easthope west of the side line, between lots 25 
and 26 ; all that part of the Township of Downie and Gore north and east of the con- 
cession line, between the 10th and 11th concessions and the Oxford Road ; and all the 
Township of EUioe from the 1st to the 13th concessions, inclusive. 

2. — To consist of all that part of the 1 ownship of Fullarton not included in Division 
No. 8, and the Townships of Hibbert and Logan. 

3. — To consist of that portion of the Township of Downie west of the Oxford Road, 
and south of the eoncession line between the 10th and 11th concessions; the Township 
of Rlanshard ; all that part of the Township of Fullarton comprising the 13th and 14th 
concessions, and south of a road leading from the Mitchell Road, between lots 24 and 25, 
east to lot 3 in the 10th concession ; thence east along the line between the 10th and 
11th concessions to the town line. 

i. — To consist of ihat part of the Township of North Easthope east of the line, 
between lots 25 and 26, and north of the 8th concession, inclusive, with the 9th and 10th 
concessions ; all that part of the Township of South Easthope not iLclude 1 in Division 
No. 1. 

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6. — To consist of the TowDship of Momington, and all that part of th-^ Township of 
Elma from lots No 53 to 72, both numbers inclusive, of the Ist concession, and from 
lots No. 27 ro No 36, both numbers inclusive, in and from the second to the eighteenth 
r^oncessions, b^th concessions inclusive, of the said township of Elma ; and concpssions 
14, 15 and 16 of the Township of EUice; and concessions lltfa, 12th, 13th and 14th of 
ihe Township of North Easthope. 

6. — ^To consist of the Township of Wallace, and all that part of the Township of 
Elma from ihe 1st concession to the 18th concespion, both concessions inclusive, and 
comprising lots Nos. 1 to 52, both inclusive, of the 1st concession, and lots Nos. 1 to 26, 
inclusive, from the 2ad to the 18th concessions, both concessions inclusive. 



OOQNTY OF PETERBOROUGH. 

1. — Composed of the Town of Peterborough, the Village of Ashburnham, the Town- 
ships of North Monaghan and Ennismore, and all that part of the Township of Harvey 
lying west of Pigeon Lake and south of Bobcaygeon ; and all the Township of Smith 
lying south of the 7th concession ; and all the Township of Otonabee lying west of the 
-Sth concession and north of lots 21 from the said 8th concession to the western boundary 
•of said Township of Otonabee; and all the Township of Douro lying south of lots num- 
bered II ; and all that part of the Township of Dummer lying south of lots numbered 11 
and west of the 5th concession. 

2 — Composed of the Townships of Abphodel, Belmont and Methuen, and that part 
of the Township of Dummer lying east of the 4th concession and south of lots num- 
bered 11. 

3. — Composed of all that part of the Township of Otonabee lying east of the 9th. 
concession ; and all that part of said Township of Otonabee lying south of lots num- 
bered 22 and west of the 8th concession. 

4. — Composed of all that part of the Township of Smith lying north of the 6th con- 
cession ; and all that part of the Township of Douro lying north of lots numbered 10 ; 
and all that part of the township of Dummer lying north of lots numbered 10 ; and also 
of the Village of Lakefield, and of the Township of Galway ; and all the Township of 
Harvey, except that portion lying west of Pigeon Lake and south of Bobcaygeon. 

5. — Composed of the Townships of Burleigh, Cavendish, Anstruther and Chandos. 



UNITED COUNTIES OF PRESCOTT AND RUSSELL. 

1. — Comprises the whole of the Township of Longueuil, the municipality of the 
Village of L'Orignal, and the first concession of the Township of Caledonia. 

2 — Comprisss all that part of the Township of West' Hawkesbury, extending from 
the front of the third concession to the rear of the said township. 



3. — Compribes the whole of the Township of East Hawkesbury. 

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4. — OompriaeB the Township of North Planta^net, and that pdrt of the Township 
of Sonth Piantagenet, lying north of the Nation River. 

5, — Comprising the whole of the Township of Cnmberland. 

6. — Comprising the whole of the Township of Bnssell. 

7. — Comprising the two front concessions of the Township of West Hawkesbnry^ 
and the Mnnicipality of Hawkeabary Village, within the same. 

8 — Comprising the Township of Caledonia (excepting the 1st concession of the said 
township), and also that portion of the Towoship of South Piantagenet lying soath and 
east of the Nation River. 

9. — Comprises the whole of the Township of Alfred. 

10. — Comprises the whole of the Township of Clarence. 

11. — Comprises the whole of the Township of Cambridge. 



COUNTY OP PRINCE EDWARD. 

l.^-The Town bf Picton, the 2nd and 3rd concessions *' Military Tract," from the 
west line of lot No. 13, eastward; Gore "G"; Ist and 2ad concessions north of the 
Carrying Place ', 1st concession soath east of the Carryinfi: Place, and 2Qd concession 
north of Black River, including Gores " K " and *' L " and McOan Gores, all in the Town- 
ship of Hallowell; Block " I " the concessions north and east of Eut L%ke, and Gore 
" B " in the Township of Athol, and IH and 2 ad concessions south of the B\y of Qaiote, 
and Gore '* A ^ in the Township of North Maryaburg, and 1st concession southwest of 
Green Point, to the end of Carman's Point in Sophiasburg. 

, 2. — The Township of South Marysburg, and the southern pirt of Athol, commeacing 
at the outlet of East Lake, thence down to the head of the lake, thence down to the base 
line between the 1st concession south and the Ist concession north of East Lake, till it 
strikes the Township line of Hallo well, thence down said township line till it strikes 
South Marysburg. 

3. — ^The Township of Sophiasburg, together with Bi(( Island, excepting the 1st con - 
southwest of Green Point to the end of Carman's Point. 



4. — All that part of the Township of Ameliesburg lyiog east of the line between lots 
Noe. 86 and 87, in the Ist, 2nd, 3rd and 4Ch concessions of said ^ Township, including 
Huffs Island. 

5. — That part of the Township of Hillier not included in the 7th Division also the 
1st and 2nd concessions north of West Lake, and west of lot No. 7 in the said conces- 
sion, and that part of Irwin Gore lyiog north of and west of lot No. 7 in the 2Dd concession, 
and the west part of the 2nd concession produced west of lots No. 74, in that concession, 
in the Township of Hallowell. 

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6. — Block (lY.) four, oonceasion soath aide of West Lake, lat concession *' Military 
Tract," 2nd and 3rd concession of said tract west of lots No. 13 in those ooncebsionB, 
Core '* E " Ist and 2nd concessions north of West Lake and east of lot No. 6 in those 
concessioos ; the Gerrow Gore and that part of Irwin Gore not included in Division 
No. 5, and all that part of the 2nd concession produced east of lot No. 75 in the Town- 
ship of Hallo well. 

7. — All that part of the Township of Ameliasburg lying west of the line between 
lots Nos. 86 and 87, in the Ist, 2nd, 3rd and 4th concessions of said Township ; all that 
part of the 4th and 5th concessions of the Township of Hillier west of the line between 
lots Ncs. 86 and 87, and the third concession west of the line between lots Nos. 22 and 
23, with that part of the 2iid concession lying north of Pleasant Bay in the said Town- 
bhip of Hillier. ^ 

8. — All the point lying east of 'the west line of Marshland's Gore, the conoession 
north of Smith's Bay and Waupoos Island in the Township of North Maryaborg. 



DISTRICT OF RAINY EIVBR. 

1. — ^That part of the district composed of the territory to the north of the south- 
easterly shore of the Lake-of-the-WoodSi and a line drawn in a northeasterly direction 
from Rat Portage to the north end of Lake Manitou ; thence in an easterly direction to 
the south end of the lake known as the lake where the river bends ; thence in an easterly 
direction to a point where the said meridian of the most easterly part of Hunter's Island 
intersects the Canadian Pacific Railway at the southwest angle of Hawke Lake. 

2. — ^The territory lying south and east of the Lake-of- the- Woods, and of the said 
lioe. 



COUNTY OP RENFREW. 

1. — CompriaiDg the Town of Pembroke, the Townships of Pembroke, Stafford, Alice, 
Petewawa, Buchanan, Rolph, Wylie, McKay, Fraser, Herd, Clara and Maria, and all 
that part of the Township of Wilberforce from the 18ih to the 25th concessionF, both 
inclusive; and also all those parts of the 14tb, 15th, 16 th and 17th concessians of the 
same Township of Wilbei force lying north of Snake River and east of Lake Dore. 

2. — Comprising all that part of the Township of Westmeath lying east and north of 
the Muakrat Lake and River and all those parts of the Township of Ross, from the 5th 
to the 9th concessions, both inclusive, east of Muskrat Lake, and from the 7th to the 
13th (of the other) concessions of Ross, both inclusive, of the said Township of Ross. 

3. — Comprisiug the Village of Renfrew, and the Townships of Horton, and Admas- 
ton, excepting the lots numbered 1 to 22 inclusive, in the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th con- 
cessions and the whole of the concessions numbering 13, 14, 15 and 16 in said township. 

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4. — Comprifling the Village of Amprior and the Township of McNab. 

5. — Compriaing the TownBhips of Bagot, Blythefield, Brougham, and Matawatchan, 
and all the Lots numbered 1 to 22, inclusive, in the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th oonceseiona 
in the said Township of Admaston, and the whole of the oonoessions numbered 13, 14, 
15 and 16 in the said townships. 

6. — Comprising the Townships of Grattan, Sebastapol, South Algoma, North 
Algoma, and all that part of the Township of Wilberforce from the 1st to the 17 th con- 
cessions, both inclusive, excepting those parts of the 14th, 15 th, 16 th and 17th conces- 
sions of said Township of Wilberforce lying north of Snake River and east of Lake 
l>ore. 

7. — Comprising the Township of Bromley, and all that part of the Township of 
Weatmeath west of Muakrat Lake, and all those partR of the Township of Ross, from the 
first to the 4th concessions, both inclusive, east of Mn^krat Lake, and from the 1st to 
the 6th of the other concessions, both inclusive of the said Township of Ross. 

8. — Oomprising the Townships of Bmdenell, Radcliffe, Raglan, Lynedooh, Griffith, 
Hsgartjy Sherwood, Jones, Richanls and Bums. 



COUNTY OF SIMCOE. 

1. — Comprising the Town of Barrie, the Township of Vespra, except that portion 
l^ing west of the Nottawasaga River, and excepting also lots Nos. 38, 39 and 40 in the 
1st and 2nd concessions, and lots Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th oon- 
cessionF, respectively. That portion of the Township of Oro lying south of lots Nos. 21 
in the let and 2nd concessions (including the Ranges), and south of lots Nos. 13 in the 
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th concessions, zespectively ; that portion of the Township 
of Inniafil lying eaat of lots Nos. 5 in the 6th, 7tb and 8th concessions, and that portion 
lying north of the 8th concession ; that portion of the Township of ^Essa lying north of 
lots Nos. 19 in the 7tb, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th concessions. 

2. — The Village of Bradford ; the Township of West Gwillimbury, excepting there- 
out lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the 14th and 15th concessions ; the Township of Innufil, 
except that portion lying north of the 5th concession, and excepting also lots Nos. I, 2, 
3, 4 and 5 in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th concessions. 

3. — The Township of Tecnmseth, except concessions 12, 13, 14 and 15 ; the Town- 
ship of Adjala, except that portion lying north of lots Nos. 25 in the 8th coneession 
thereol 

4. — The Town of CoUingwood, the Village of Stayner, that portion of the Township 
of Nottawasaga lying north of lots Nos. 18 in the twelve concessions thereof ; that por- 
tion of the Township of Sunnidale lying north of the 8th concession ; that portion of the 
TowDship of Flos lying west of the Nottawasaga River ; the Islands in Lake Huron con- 
UencuB to the Township of Nottawasaga. 
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5. — ^The Township of Flos, except that portion lying west of the Nottawasaga River ; 
the Township of Medonte, except that portion lying east of the 10th oonceeaion ; and 
north of lots Noe. 10 in the 9th and 10* h concessions, respectively ; that portion of the 
Township of Oro, lying north of the southern boundaries of lots Noi. 21 in the 1st and 
2nd concessions, and north of the southern boundaries of lots Nos. 13 in the 3rd, 4th» 
5th> 6th, 7th and 8th concessions respectively ; lots 38, 39 and 40 in the first and second 
concessions, and lots Nob. 1, 2 and 3 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th concessions of the 
Township of Yespra. 

6. — The Town of Orillia, the Township of Orillia, southern division, the Township 
of Oiillia, northern division, except that portion lying north of lots Nos. 16 in the first 
seven concessions thereof ; that portion of the township of Oro lying east of the 8 th con- 
cession ; that portion of the Township of Medonte being composed of lots Nos. 1 to 6 
(both inclusive) in the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th concessions ; the Islands in Lake Simcoe 
contiguous to the townships and portions of townships above described lying wholly or 
for the most part opposite thereto. 

7. — The Township of Nottawasaga, e^^cept that portion lying north of lots Nos. 18 
in the 12th concession thereof ; the Township of Snnnidale, except that portion lying 
north of the 8th concession ; that portion of the Township of Yespra lying west of the 
Nottawasaga River ; that portion of the Township of Essa lying north of lots Nos. 19 in 
the Ist, 2ad, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th concessions; that portion of the Township of 
Tossorontio lying north of lots Nos. 20 in each of the seven conoeasions thereof. 

8. — The Township of Essa, except that portion lying north of lots Nos. 19 in each 
of the eleven concessions thereof; the Township of Tossorontio, except that portion lying 
north of lots Nos. 20 in each of the seven concessions thereof ; that portion of the Town- 
ship of Innisfi], being composed of lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4. and 5 in the Ist, 2ad, 3rd, 4th, 
5tb, 6tb, 7th and 8th concessions; the 12th, 13th, I4th and 15th concessions of the 
Township of Tecumseth ; lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the 14th and 15th concessions of 
the Township of West Gwiliimbary ; that portion of the Township of Adjala lying north 
of lots No& 25 in the eight concessions thereof. 

9. ~The Town of Penetanguiahene, and the Yillage of Midland, the Township of 
Tiny ; that portion of the Township of Tay lying west of the 8th concession ; the Islands 
in Lake Huron contiguous to the Township of Tiny, and to that part of the Township of 
Tay, forming part of the ninth division, and lying wholly and for the most part opposite 
thereto. 

10. — The Township of Matchedash, that portion of the Township of Orillia, northern 
division, lying north of lots Nos. 15 in the first seven concessions thereof ; that portion 
of the Township of Medonte lying north of lots Nos. 6, in the 1 1th, 12th, 13th and ' I4th 
concesfiionp, and that portion lying north of lots Nos. 10, in the 9th and 10th concessions 
thereof ; the Township of Tay, except that portion lying west of the 8th concession ; the 
Island in Lake Huron, contiguous to that portion of the Township of Tay, forming part 
of the 10th division, and lying wholly or for the most part opposite thereto. 

^OTR — Each of the said several divisions shall include all allowances for roads 
embraced within its external limits, and shall also extend to the centre of every allow- 
ance for road lying external and adjacent to every such division excepting always where 
any such last-mentioned allowance is hereinbefore declared to belong to or form part of 
any particular division. 

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UNITED COUNTIES OF STOKMONT, DUNDA8 AND GLENGARRY. 

1. — Township of Oharlottenburg, in the County of Glengarry. 

3. — Township of Lochiel, in the County of Glengarry. 

3. — Town and Township of Cornwall, in the County of Stormont. 

4. — ^Township of Osnabruok, in the County of Stormont. 

5. — Township of Williamsburg, in the County of Dundss. 

6. — Township of Matilda, in the County of Dundas. 

7. — ^Township of Mountain, in the County of Dundas. 
8. — Township of Finch, in the County of Stormont. 

9. — Township of Lancaster, in the County of Glengarry. 

10. — Township of Winchester, in the County of Dundas. 

11. — Township of Roxborough, in the County of Stormont 

1 2. — Township of Kevjyon, in the County of Glengarry. 



DISTRICT OF THUNDER BAY. 

1. — All that part of the District lying west of the meridian of 87 degrees of west 
loDgitude, to the meridian of the most easterly part of Hunter's Island, excepting there- 
from the Municipality of Neebing. 



3. — Comprising the Municipality of Neebing. 



COUNTY OP VICTORIA. 

1. — The first consists of the following townships and parts of towDBhips, viz : of the 
15th concession of the Township of Mariposa, and the Township of EJdon, except the 
ranges north and south of Port^j^e Road. 

2. — The second consists of the following townships : all of the Township of Fenelon, 
except that portion lying east of the Scugog River, and south of Sturgeon Lake, and the 
Township of Somerville. 

3. — The third consists of the Township of Yerulam. 

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4. — The foarth conmsts of the Township of Emily. 



5. — The fifth consists of the Town of Lindsay, Township of Ops, and that portion of 
the Township of Fenelon, lying east of the Scugog Riv^er, and south of Sturgeon Lake. 

6. — The sixth consists of the Township of Mariposa, except the i5th concession. 

7. — The seventh consists of the Townships of Garden and Dalton, Laxton, Digby aad 
Longford, and the Township of Bexley, and that portion of the Township of Eldon north 
of Portage Road, and the Range south of Portage Road. 



COUNTY OF WATERLOO. 

1. — All that portion of the l^wnship of Waterloo lying north of Block line on the 
west sida of the Grand River^ and that part of the upper block of said township lying on 
the east side of the Grand River, north of lots Nos. 1 15, 109, 104, 86 and 95 to the Guelph 
Township line, including the Towns of Berlin and Waterloo. 

2. — All that part of the Township of Waterloo lying south of the Block line on the 
west of the Grand River, and that part lying on the east side of the Grand River, sooth 
of the northern boundary of lots Nos. 115, 109, 104, 85 and 95, to the Guelph Township 
line, including the villages of Preston and Hespeler. 

3. — All that portion of the Township of North Dumfries lying east of lot No. 19, in 
the 7th concession, and running a course with the eastern boundary of the said lot in a> 
northerly direction up to the 12th concession; thence along the eastern boundary of lot 
Na 23, in the said 12th concession, to the township line, including the Town of Gait. 

4. — ^The Township of Wilmot, including the Village of New Hamburg. 

5.— The Township of Wellesley. 

6.— The Township of Woolwich. 

7. — All that part of the Township of North Dumfries lying west of the eastern 
boundary of said lot No. 18, in the 7th concession; thence along the eastern limits of said 
lot No. 19, the same course thereof, in a northerly direction to the 15 th concession; thence 
along the westerly limit pf lot No. 23, in the said 12th concession, to the township line^ 
including the Village of Ayr. 



THE COUNTY OF WELLAND. 

1. — Comprising the Township of Crowland ; that part of the Township of Thorold 
lying south of the line between lots 178 and 195, running through to Pelham ; that part 
of Pelham lying south of the 4th concession, and that part o! Humberstone lying north of 
the concession line, between the 4th and 5th concessions, being the whole of the I5th 
concession and the Town of Welland. 

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2. — Comprising the Township of Wainfleet. 

3. — Comprising the Township of Bertie, and those parts of the Township of Ham- 
berstone not inclnded in Nos. 1 and 6, and the Village of Fort Erie. 

4. — 03mpri8ing the Township of Willoughby, the Village of Chippawa, and that part 
of the Township of Stamford south of the line between lots 136 and 137 ; easterly from 
the western limit of the Township to the southeast angle of lot No. 133 ; thence north on 
the line between lots Nos. 132 and 133, to the northern boundary of the Township, in- 
clnding the Towns of Clifton and Navy Island. 

5. — Comprising those parts of the Townships of Stamford, Thorold and Pelham, not 
included in any other Division, and the Town of Thorold. 

6. — Comprising all the Township of Humberstone, lying south of the 5th concession, 
and west of the side lines, between lots Nos. 9 and 10 in the several other concessions 
thereof, and the Village of Port Oolborne. 



COUNTY OP WELLTNGTON. 

1.— ^The Town and Township of Guelph. 
2. — The Township of Puslinch. 
3. — The Township of Eramosa. 

4. — Consisting of the Township of Nichol, excepting the 11th and 12th concessions ; 
the Municipality of Fergus ; the first eight concessions of the Township of Garafraxa, and 
lots 1 to 18, both inclusive, in concessions A and B of the Township of Peel, lots 13, 14, 
15, 16, 17 and 18, in concessions 18 and 19, and lots 19, 20 and 21, in the 17th conces- 
sion of the Township of Peel. 

5.— The Township of Erin. 

6. — ConsiBting of the Township of Pilkington, and the 11th and 12th concessions of 
the Township of Nichol ; the Municipality of the Village of Eiora, and lots numbers 10 
and upwards belonging to the 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th concessions 
of PeeL 

7. — Consisting of concessions 1 to 16, inclusive, of the Township of Maryboro', and 
oonoeesions 1 to 16^ both inclusive, of the Township of Peel, except lots 19, 20, 21, 22 
and 23 of those concessions in that Township. 

8. — Consisting of that part of the Township of Arthur, south and southeast of lot 
15, on the west side of the Owen Sound Road ; lot 16 on the Owen Sound Road, and lot 
12 east of the Owen Sound Road, in the Township of Arthur ; that part of the Township 
of Luther, from 1 to 16, both inclusive ; and lots 1 to 12, both inclusive, of the 17th and 
18th concessions of the Township of Peel ; lots 5 to 11, both inclusive, of the 19th con- 
cession of said Township of Peel ; and lots 19 to 23, both inclusive, of concessions " A " 
and <' B " of said Township of Peel. 

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9. — The territory formerly compriaed in this Diviaion is now in the Connty of 
Dnfferin. 

10. — ConsistB of the Township of Minta 

11. — Consists of the Town of Mount Forest^ and that part of the Township of 
Arthur north of lot 16, west of the Owen Sound Road ; lot 17, on the Owen Sound 
Road, and lot 13, east of the Owen Sound Road. 



COUNTY OF WBNTWORTH. 

1. — All that part of the Township of Barton lying east of the line between Iota 14 
and 15, and all that part of Hamilton Oity east of Hughson Street 

3. — The whole of the Township of Flamboro' West. 

3.— The whole of the Township of Flamboro' East. 

4.— The whole of the Township of Beverley. 

5.— The whole of the Township of Saltfleet. 

6. — The whole of the Towhship ot Glanford. 

7. — The whole of the Township of Binbrook. 

8. — All that part of the Township of Barton lying west of the lines between lots 14 
and 15, and that part of Hamilton Oity west of Hughson Street. 



COUNTY OF YORK. 



1. — The City of Toronto, east of Yonge Street, at date of 14th Sept., 1875, (».«., 
Bloor, Sherbourne and Howard Streets on the north, the Don on the east, down to Queen 
Street, and all south of Queen Street as far as Lee Avenue). 

2. — Concessions 5 to 11, inclusive, of the Township of Markham ; and concessions 5 
to 10, inclusive, of the Township of Whitchurch, from 1 to 10, inclusive, together with 
the Villages of Markham and Stouffville. 

3. — Concessions 1 to 4, inclusive, of the Township of Markham ; and concessions 1 
to 4, ioclusive, of the Township of Whitchurch from lots 1 to 10, inclusive ; and concea- 
sions 1 to 4, inclusive, of the Township of Yaughan. 

4. — The Township of Whitchurch, from the line between lots 10 and 11, north leard, 
and the Township of East Gwillimbury. 



5. — The Townships of G^rgina and North Gwillimbury. 

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6. — ^The TownBhip of King and the Incorporated Village of Awora. 

7. — OonoesrionB 1 to 11, inclasiyey of the Township of Yaaghan. 

8. — All that portion of the Township of York lying west of Yonge Street, and the 
Townahip of Etobiooke. 

9. — Township of Soarboro' and all that portion of the Township of York whioh lie 
east of Tonge Street and the Village of Leslieville. 

10.— The CKtj of Toronto, west of Yonge Street, at date of 10th Sept, 1875, {i.e 
Bloor Street on the north and Dafferin Street on the west). 



DIVISION COURT TARIFF. 

Fees to be received by the several Clerks and Bailiffs of Division Coarts, from and after 
ist July, 1894. 

FORM I. 

Clsrk's Fbbs. 

1. Receiving claim, nnmberinR: and entering in procedure book $0 16 

(This item to apply to entering: in the procedure book a transcript of judg» 
ment from another Court, but not an entry made for the issue of a judgment 
ninzs. 

2. Issuing: summons, with necessary notices and wamiogs thereon, or' judgment 

summons (as provided in the forms), in all : 

Where claim does not exceed $20 40 

** exceeds $20 and does notexceed $60 50 

" exceeds $60 and does not exceed $100 60 

** exceeds $100 1 00 

(N.B, — In the replevin and interpleader suits the value of goods to regulate 
the fee.) 

8. Copy of summons, including: all notices and warnings thereon 25 

4. Copy of claim including: particulars)) when not furnished by plaintiff . • 25 

5. Copy of, set off or counterclaim (including particulars) when not furnished by 

the defendant ' 25 

(NoTB. — In either of the last two preceding items the fees may be taxed 
against the party ordered to pay costs.) 

6. Receiving: and entering bailiff's return to any summons, writ or warrant issued 

under the seal of the Court (except summons to witness and return to sum- 
mons or papers from another division) 15 

7. Taking confession of judgment 10 

(This does not include affidavit and oath, chargeable under item 8.) 

8. Every necessary affidavit, if actually prepared by the clerk, and administer- 

ing oath to the deponent 25 

9. Furnishing duly certified copies of th€ summons and notices and papers with 

all proceedings, for purposes of appeal (under section 151), as required by 
either party, per folio of 100 words 06 

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10. Certificate therewith $0 36 

11. Certifying under the seal of the Court, and delivering to a judgment creditor 

a memorandum of the amount of judgment and costs against a judgment 
debtor, under The Creditors' Belief Act, or for any other purpose 25 

12. Copies of papers for which no fee is otherwise provided, necessarily required 

for service or transmission to the judge, each 10 

If exceeding two folios, per folio 05 

18. Every notice of defence or admission entered, or other notice required to be 
given by the clerk to any party to a cause or proceeding, including mailing, 
but not postages 15 



14. Entering final judgment by clerk, on special summons, where claim not dis- 
puted 60 

16. Entering every judgment rendered at the hearing, or final order made by the 

judge 50 

(NoTB.— This fee does not apply to any proceeding on judgment summons.) 

(This one fee of 50 cents will include the service of recording at the trial 
and afterwards entering in the procedure book the judgment, decree and order 
in its entirety, rendered or maae at the trial. If a garnishee proceeding before 
a judgment, the fee of 50 cents will be allowed for the judgment in respect to 
the primary debtor, and a like fee of 50 cents for the adjudication, whenever 
made, in respect to the garnishee.) 

16. Subpoena to witness 25 

(The subpoena may include any number of names therein, and only one 
original subpoena shaU oe taxed, unless the judge otherwise orders.) 

17. For every copy of subpoena required for service 05 



18. Summons for jury (including copy for each juryman) when required by the 

parties 1 25 



19. Calling and returning jury ordered by the judge 25 

21. Every order of reference or order for adjournment made at hearing and 
every order requiring the signature of the judge and entering the same, 
including final order or judgment debtor's examination 25 

(Any warning necessary with order, e.g,^ the warning in Form 78 forms 
part of the order.) 

21. Transcript of judgment to another Division Court 25 



28. Every writ of execution, warrant of attachment, or warrant of commitment 

and delivering same to bailiff 50 

24. Benewal of every writ of execution, when ordered by the judgment creditor, 

or of warrant of commitment, when ordered by the judge 15 

25. Every bond, when necessary and prepared by the clerk (including affidavits 

of justification and of execution) 1 00 

26. For necessary entries in the debt attachment book, in each case (in all) 20 

27. Transmitting transcript of judgment ; or transmitting papers for service to 

another division, or to the jud^e, on application to him, including neces- 
sary entries and mailing, but not including postages 25 

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36. Iteceiving papers from another division for service, entering the same, hand- 
ing to the bailiff, receiving and entering his return, and transmitting the 
same (if return made promptly, not otherwise) $0 80 

29. Search by person not party to the suit or proceeding, to be paid by the appli- 

cant 10 

Search by party to the suit or proceeding, where the suit or proceeding is 
over one year old 10 

(No fee is chargeable for search to a party to the suit or proceeding, if 
the same is not over one year old.) 

30. Taxing costs in defended suits, after judgment pronounced 25 

31. Making out statement of costs in detail (including bailiff's fees), at the request 

of any party, or for the purpose of settlement, or upon entering judgment 

by default 10 

(Neither item 90 nor 81 applies to statement of costs endorsed on. summons 
or copy to be served.) 

33. Taxing bailiffs costs, under section 7 of the Division Courts Act, 1889 35 

33. Copying and transmitting to muaicipal clerk, judge's decision in appeal. . .. 50 



2. Bailiff's Fbbs. 

1. Service of summons issued under the seal of the Court, or judge's summons 

or (ffder, on each person (except summons to witness and summons to 
juryman :) 

Where claim does not exceed $20 80 

'* exceeds $20 and does not exceed $60 40 

'' exceeds $60 and does not exceed $100 50 

** exceeds $100 ' 75 

(In interpleader suits the value of the goods to regulate the fee.) 

2. For every return as to service under item 1 ; attending at the derk's office and 

making the necessary affidavit (as provided by Rule 188) 15 

3. Service of summons on witness or juryman, or service of notice 15 

4. Taking confession of judgment and attending to prove 10 

5. For calling parties and their witnesses at the sittings of the Court, in every 

defended case, and at the hearing of every judgment summons 15 

6. Enforcing every writ of execution, or summons in replevin, or warrant of 

attachment or warrant against the body, each : 

Where claim does not exceed $20 50 

*^ exceeds $20 and does not exceed $60 75 

exceeds $60 1 00 

(When goods replevied, the value of the goods to regulate the amount of 
the fee. This fee does not include service of summons in replevin on defend- 
ant. 

Fees under Creditors' Belief Act (see section 7 of 52 Vict. cap. 12 ; and sec- 
Uon 25 of B. S. O. cap. 65) shall be taxed according to this tariff. 

7. Every mile necessarily travelled to serve summons, or process or other 
necessary papers, or in going to replevy goods, or to seize an actaohment, 
or in going to seize on a writ of execution, where money paid on demand, 
or made on execution, or case settled after seizure' 12 



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8. Mileage going to arrest under a warrant, when arrest made, per mile $0 IS 

9. Mileage carrying delinquent to prison, including all expenses and assistance* 

per mile ^ 

10. Eyery schedule of property seized, attached or 'replevied, including affidavit 

of appraisal, when necessary > 

Not exceeding $20 JS 

Exceeding $20 and not exceeding $60 *0 

Exceeding $60 '* 

11. Everjr bond, when necessary, when prepared by the bailiff, including a^davit 

of justification and execution ^ 

12. Every notice of sale, not exceeding three, under execution or under attach- 

ment, each 1^ 

18. Reasonable allowances and disbursements, necessarily incurred in the care 
and removal of property : 

(a) If a bailiff removes property seized, he is entitled to the necessary disburse- 

ments, in addition to the fees for seizure and mileage. 

(b) If he takes a bond, then to dO cents, instead of disbursements, for removal of 

property. 

(o) If assistance is necessary in the seizure, or securing, or removal, or retaining 
of property, the bailiff is entitled to the disbursements, for such assist- 
ance. 

{d) All charges for disbursements are to be Eubmitted to the cleik for taxation, 
subject to appeal to the judge. 

(e) The bailiff must in all cases endorse a memorandum of all his charges on the 
back of the execution or state them on a separate slip of paper, so that the 
clerk may conveniently tax the bailiff's charges for fees and disbursements. 

(/) The clerk is in all cases to sign the memorandum of his taxation and preserve 
it among the papers in the cause, together .with the execution, for future 
reference, and thereby enable the clerk to certify the bailiff's returns 
properly. 

14. If execution, or process in attachment in the nature of execution, be satisfied, 
in whole or in part, after seizare and befor<» sale, whether by action of the 
parties or otherwise, the bailiff shall be entitled to charge and receive S per 
cent, on the amount directed to be levied, or on the amount of the value of 
the property seized, whichever shall be the lesser amount. 



15. Poundage on execution, and on attachments in the nature of executions, 5 per 
cen^ exclusive of mileage for going t ' 
realized from property necessarily sold . 



cen^ exclusive of mileage for going to seize and sell, upon the amount 

ily 



3. Fbes TO Witnesses and Appraisers. 

Atloicance to Witneaaea, 

Attendance, per diem^ to witnesses residing within 8 miles of the place where the 

Court is held, if within the county 75 

And if without the county 1 00 

Attendance, if witness resides over 8 miles from the place of sittings, and within 

the county, per diem 1 CO 

Attendance, if witness resides without the county and more than 8 miles from 

the place of sittings, per diem 1 25 

Barristers and solicitors, physicians and surgeons, engineers and veterinary sur- 
geons, other than parties to the cause, when called upon to give evidence 
of any professional service rendered by them, or to give professional 
opinions, per diem 4 00 

(NOTB.— Disburse ments to surveyors, architects and professional witnesses, such 
as are entitled to specific fees by statute, are to be taxed, as authorized by 
such statute.) 

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If witnesses attend in one case only, they will ba entitled to the full allowance. 

If they attend in more than one case, they will be eatitled to a proportionate part [in 
each cause only. 

The travelling expenses of witnesses, over three miles, shall be allowed, according to 
the sums reasonably and actually paidr bat in no case shall exceed twenty cents 
per mile, one way. 



FsBS TO Appiaisbbs. 
tk§8 to ApprcMers of Oooda, elc.^ Seized under WarrarU qf AUachme/U, 

To each appraiser. 50 cents, per day, daring the tims actaally employed in appraising 
good»— to be paid in the first instance by plaintiff, and allowed as costs in the cause. 



FflBs IN Suits not Exobbding $10. 

(57 Vict. cap. 28, sec. 11) 

Clerk, 



For all services, from entering action, or suing out a judgment or interpleader 
summons, up to and including the entering of final judgment, or final order 
on any such ja Igment, or interpleader summons, in case the action pro- 
ceeds to judgment or final Order $1 25 

In case the action does not proceed to judgment or final order, the fees here- 
tofore, or that may hereafter be payable, but not exceeding in the whole the said 
sum. 

For issuing writ of execubion, warrant of attachmant, or warrant for arrest of 

delinquent, and entering the return thereto 60 

BaiUff. 

For all services rendered in serving summons and making return, and any other 
service that may be i-ecessary, before judgment is entered by the clerk or 
pronounced by the judge, mileage excepted 40. 

For enforcing execution, schedule of property seized, or attached, bond, where 
necessary, and all other necessary acts done by him, after seizure, mileage 
excepted, if money made, or casd settled, after levy 1 00^ 

(Necessary disbursf»ments incurred in the care and removal of property shall be 
allowed, to be first allowed by the clerk, subject to the approval of the 
iudge.) 



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REPORT 



THE HONORABLE THE PROVINCIAL TREASURER 



ON THE WORKING OF THE 



TAVERN AND SHOP UCENSES ACTS 

1896. 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO. 




TORONTO: 
WABWIOK BBC'S ft HUTTEK, Pbintebb and Bookbindhbs, 63 ahd 70 Fboot St. W«r. 

1897. 



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CONTENTS. 



Pam. 

Pboaob , T. 

SoHEDULB A. — Shewing the Licenses issaed, extended, transferred or removed, Mid the Revenue 

received by the Province therefrom in 1893-4, 1894-6 and 1896-6 (by Districts) 2 

ScBiDULJi B. — Comparative statement of the namber of Licenses issued from 1874 to 1896 inclusive (by 

OonntieB and Cities) 6 

SoHKDULB O. — Statement in detail of Licenses issued, extended, transferred or removed in the Munici- 
palities, the amount paid to such Municipalities and amounts imposed by by-laws of 
Municipalities for 1893-4, 1894-6 and 1895-6 (by Cities^Towns, Townships and Incor- 
porated Villages) 34 

fioHBDOiJi D. — Amount of fines collected, and amounts paid for expenses of Commissioners and Salaries 

of Inspeoton in 1893-4, 1894-6 and 1895-6 96 

SoeiDULS S. — Statemens of Sundry Expenses 98 

Recapitulation of Receipta and Expenditures, 1893-4, 1894-6 and 1896-6 100 

SoHXDQLB F. — Comparative Statement of Commitments for Drunkenness in the County Gaols from 

1876 to 1896 inclusive '. 101 

Sqbiduu G.^Names and poet office addresses of Inspectors of Licenses 108 



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LICENSE REPORT. 



PaoviNOiAL Trbaburbbs Offiob, 

LiCKMSB Branch, 

ToROirro, January, 1897. 
To the Hcnourahle Gbohob Airbt Eirkpatriok, 

LietUenatU-Govemor of the Frovince of Ontario. 

Mat it Plbasb Tour Honour: 

I have the honour to submit the Twenty first Annual Report, and accompanying 
Sohedules, respecting the operation of the Liqaor Licenee Laws. 

NUMBBR OF LiCBNSBS. 

Schedule A is a comparative Statement of the number of Licenses of the yarious 
denominations issued, and of the number extended, transferred or removed in each of 
the License Districts of the Province, during the past three license years, and may be 
thus summarized : 



Tears. 



1893-4 
1891-5 
1896-6 



Licenses. 



Tavern. 



Yearly. Six months. 



a 

a 



2,841 
2,735 
2,731 



It 



47 
50 
48 



a 
O 



36 
60 
44 






5 

4 

15 



,£3 
QQ 



357 
887 
827 



81 
29 
26 



& 



3,817 
8,205 
8,191 



Extensions, transfers 

and removalB of 

licenseif. 



59 
78 
26 



511 
550 

548 



45 



609 



610 



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Provincial Bbybnuk. 

The same Schedule shews the revenue derived by the Province from Licenses and 
fines to have been for : 

1893-4 •. . . . $289,821 02 

1894-5 277,478 99 

18956 273,212 44 

Licenses in Oountibs and Cities. 

Sdbedule B is a Statement of the number of Licenses issued in the several Counties- 
and Cities during the past twenty-one years. 

Licenses in Minor Mitnigipalitibs. 

Schedule gives in detail, as regards each City, Town, Incorporated Village, and 
Township, and the Unorganized Territory of the Province, the number of Licenses, and 
of extensions, transfers and removals granted during the past three years. 

Total Collections. 

This Schedule also gives the amounts collected on account of Licenses and Fines 
including the sums imposed by municipal by-laws, the totals of which were as follows : 



in ; 



1893-4 $649,173 98 

18945 623,717 17 

1895-6 615,290 38 

Municipal Kbvbnub. 
The payments to the Municipalities are shown by the same Schedule to have been 

1893-4 $282,473 97 

18945 272,101 31 

1895 6 267,072 40 

The amounts imposed in each Municipality by by-laws, in excess ot statutory duties, 
are also given in this Schedule. 

Fines. 

The fines collected during the past year, as shewn by Schedule D, amounted to 
$16,979 as compared with $17,243.46 in 1894-5. 



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SaLARIIBS of InSPBOTOBS — ExPBNSEfl OF OOMMISSIONBBS. 

The payments under these heads are also shewn in the same Schedule D. 

MiaCBUiANKOUS EXPBNDITURB. 

Schedule E shows the expenditures of enforcing the Act in the several districts other 
than those included in Schedule D, consisting of office rent, postage, stationery, printing, 
advertising, magistrates, constables, witness, counsel and detective fees, etc. 

OOMMITMBNTS FOR DrUNKBNNBSS. 

Schedule F shews the number of prisoners committed for drunkenness during the 
years from 1876 to 1896 inclusive. The number committed during the year 1896 as 
compared with 1895 shews a decrease of 330. 

The average yearly commitments for each period of five years from 1876 to 1895 
rnclnsive are as follows : 

From 1876 to 1880 inclusive 3,812 

1881 to 1885 •' 4,016 

1886 to 1890 " 4,311 

1891 to 1895 " 2,703 

The Inspector of Licenses. 

The names and post office addresses of the Inspectors of Licenses are set out in 
Schedule G. 

Special Inspection of License Districts. 

The special inspection of the License Districts, and the examination of the work of 
the license officials therein, from time to time, have been continued during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

R. HAROOURT, 

Provincial Treasurer. 



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SCHEDULES. 



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SCHEDULE A 

OoMPARATiVB Statembnt, bt LiOBNSB DisTBiCTS, shoviring the Dumber of (Provinoial) 
licenses exteaded, transferred or removed, and the amount of revenoe 

license years 1893-4, 









Tavern licenses issued. 






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Yearly licenses. 


Six months 
licenses. 


» 1 

i 


Tavern 
licenses 


Shop 
lioenses 


License District. 


rdinary. 


Beer 
and wine. 


-^ ' Jeef 
°^ ine. 


extended. 


issued. 






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(O 


^ 


r-l 


i 


^ 


19 

i 


(d 


^ 


10 


1 


^ 


t 


i 


Addington 


31 
33 

16 
7 

18 
37 
24 
32 
39 

33 
26 
28 

21 
16 
21 
14 

25 
34 
69 
28 

21 

25 
29 
26 
20 
30 

33 
8 
27 
94 
27 
29 
38 
23 
3f> 
35 

30 
31 
40 

23 
41 
24 
20 
16 
29 

34 


SO 
34 

16 

6 

18 

36 

1? 

36 

30 
25 
23 

21 
14 
17 
14 

24 
34 
66 
27 

20 

23 
28 
25 
20 
30 

32 
10 

28 
75 
25 
28 
38 
21 
35 
35 

28 
33 
39 

24 

39 
23 
20 
14 

28 

34 


26 
37 

13 
5 
16 
34 
24 
28 
37 

32 
24 
23 

19 
13 
17 
12 

25 
34 
72 

28 

22 

24 
30 
26 
19 
31 

31 
8 

28 
76 
25 
28 
39 
20 
35 
34 

27 
34 
38 

24 
37 
23 
20 
14 
28 

35 


.... 


"l 


:::::: 

. . . . j . . 








Algoma 










2 




1 
1 


1 


Brant, North 








1 


Brant, South 














"i 




Brantf ord 






**i 




3 


.... 


2 




6 
4 
8 


5 


Brockville and Leeds 

Bruce, Centre ~ 


1 
1 

* *1 


.... 


1 


1 


8| 


4 
8 


Bruce, North 

Bruce, South 


"2 


"*ii"- 






















2 


2 


Oardwell 




1 






1 








Carleton 


1 


1 


2 












Cornwall . . .• 












3 

2 
1 
3 


3 

2 

1 
3 


8 


Dufferin 





.... 










2 

1 
1 






2 


Dundas 




"2 

1 


"i 


1 


Durham, East 












8 


Durham. West 


2 

1 


1 
1 


. ■ . . 


1 








Elgin, East 


2 21 










1 
4 
7 
2 


1 
4 
8 


1 


Elgin, West 




1 
3 
2 

1 














4 


Essex, North ; . . . . 


1 
2 

1 

1 


1 

3 
2 

1 


"2 
2 

1 


4 

1 

1 
1 


7 
2 

2 

1 














8 


Essex, South 


2 




2 


1 






2 2 


Erontenao 










Glengarry 

Grenville . . 


8 
2 






4 
3 
1 
3 
1 


4 
3 
1 
8 

1 

2 








3 


Grey, Centre 






1 


Grey, North 








1 


















3 


Grey, South 

Haldimand 


1 
1 


1 
1 




















1 


2 






.. 











.... 


— 


2 


Haliburton 




Halton 

Hamilton ^ . . . 








i 










i 


1 
2 


"20 

1 

"i 


.... 


"so "26 

2 2 

3 8 

5I 5 


'26 


Hastings, East 








2 


Hastings, North 

Hasting8, West 

Huron, Euflt 


.... 




1 














.... 


4 
5 


1 


1 




















Huron, '"^outh 






1 














.Si 3 


8 


Huron, West 


.... 




.... 












2 

1 


.... 


1 


2 

1 

3 

14 

"5 
3 
4 
2 

1 

6 


2 

1 

3 

13 

"5 
3 
3 

1 
1 

6 


2 


Kent, East 

Kent, West 


1 
8 


Kingston 










1 


1 


2 

1 




I 






1 


12 


Lambton, East . . . . 












1 
1 


1 


1 




Lanibton, Wf-at 








1 


1 


1 


5 


Lanark, North 
















.... 


.... 


8 


Lanaik, South 


8 


Lennox 








'2 


'2 


"2 








1 






1 


Lincoln 






1 


London 




















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A. 1897 



SCHEDULE A. 

Tavern, Shop, Wholesale and Six Months' Licenses issued and the number of such 
received by the Province therefrooi including the proportion of tines, in the 
1894 5 and 18966 respectively. s r f 



Shop. 
lioeoBes 


Wholesale 
licenses 


Lioenses 

transferred and 

remoyed. 


i 


Totals. 




Proportion 
licenses 


of duties for provincial 
, fees for transfers 


extended. 


. iflsned. 


Transfers. 


Remov- 
als. 


and removals, ana nnes 
received by the Province. 


^ 


i 


i 


T 


JO 


i 


7 
6 

3 
3 
3 
6 
6 
12 
15 

6 
6 
2 

2 

1 
1 
2 

3 

3 

19 

4 


6 
10 

6 

*"7 

1 

4 

6 

10 

4 
3 
3 

7 
2 
4 
3 

3 
14 
16 

4 

1 

1 
7 
4 
4 


<9 
i 

"9 

■ 

4 
9 
6 
4 

8 
3 
8 

4 
3 


1 

1 

i 

1 


•9 

'4 

i 

'2 
•1 


CO 

1 


19' 


;o 


i 


5 

9 c. 
1,421 06 


^ 


. . . . 


39 
40 

20 
10 
27 
61 


36 
61 

22 

7 

32 
46 
32 
36 
51 

36 
29 
30 

31 
17 
26 
19 

81 
63 
99 
88 

26 

30 
38 
31 
27 
32 

36 
11 
36 
141 
29 
42 
49 
28 
44 
46 

35 
43 
65 

28 
59 
32 
30 
16 
37 

51 


27 
48 

17 
6 

32 
48 
86 
83 
44 

41 
29 
34 

26 
17 
20 
18 

38 

44 
98 
42 

27 

86 
40 
33 
24 
36 

40 
10 
35 
116 
32 
42 
61 
24 
44 
49 

33 
42 

57 

29 
56 
SO 
28 
17 
33 

60 


9 c. 

1,469 41 
2,360 63 

1,070 00* 
222 40 
8,008 75 
4,890 67 
1,810 42 

1.988 18 
2,631 18 

2,036 69 
1,326 10 
1,927 82 

1.600 37 

1,049 21 

2,180 87 

742 74 

1,614 61 
3,619 52 
7,189 78 
2,189 09 

1,067 94 

1,639 60 
2,227 92 
1,424 84 
1,867 12 
1,673 00 

2,078 64 
340 37 

1.989 91 
28,417 77 

1,677 15 
1,715 57 
4,986 29 
1,188 36 
2,454 82 
2,793 92 

2,201 51 
4,089 89 
7,249 96 

1,574 06 
3,630 75 
2,020 15 
1,964 96 
1,268 SO 
2,164 56 

8.091 74 


9 c. 

1.942 lU 


- .. . 










1 


2,260 01 ' 2'^ 40 


.... 










1,108 48 

180 00 

3,093 04 

4,596 29 


863 64 


' • • *• 














:::: 


* • * " 


.... 


1 

1 
..... 






2,876 61 
4.661 28 


,... 






..1 34 
. . 1 45 


1,792 82 1 1,796 70 
1,736 62 1 1,744 77 
2,431 26 2,468 46 


.... 














67 

41 
83 
28 

28 
19 
26 
18 

32 

43 

100 

38 

26 

38 
35 
34 
28 
32 

43 
9 
34 
158 
32 
46 
61 
31 
41 
46 

41 
40 
60 

29 
61 
29 
25 
21 
37 

60 















1,734 64 1 1,868 23 


. . - 












1,242 66 ; 1,230 48 
2,129 90 1,966 19 

1.568 72 ' 1,379 80 
908 25 922 67 








.... 






.... 








.. . . 












. . . . 












1,834 67 , 1,746 76 
729 94 621 43 


.... 


• • 










3 

10 

6 

14 


1 
2 


i 
*i 


1 

i 
2 

'5 

1 
1 

i 

*i 













1,546 51 1,628 41 


. . . • 












3,761 49 3,749 82 


.... 


1 










7,051 77 f 7. .'Ml 94 


, . .. 




" 






8.. 

1 - 


2,174 88 

968 24 

1,486 63 
2,114 04 
1,381 98 
1,865 74 
1,682 38 

1,979 53 


2,346 47 


.... 














1,066 91 
1.348 82 


1 


.... 


4 








3 

1 
7 
4 


3 
7 
6 




. • . • 








2,192 82 


.... 












1,423 40 


' * * * 












2,.. 

3'.. 

1 

6 11 


1,746 97 


.... 












1,716 88 
1.995 61 


— 












6 
1 
6 

23 
3 

12 
6 
6 
2 
6 

9 
6 


1 
1 
7 

11 
1 

11 
3 
6 
6 
8 

6 

7 














2 

7 

11 

3 

8 


•• 


433 62 327 06 


3 






1 
3 






1,912 33 1,920 16 


8 


.... 




4 


.'.' 


19,165 43 , 17.968 02 
1,530 08 1,570 26 


.... 












2 


*i 

.. 

i 
1 


1,583 11 , 1.671 96 


• • • • 






2 




2 


5.. 

2 2 

4 .. 

11 .. 

i: 

4i.. 


6,006 38 
1,082 46 
2.471 89 
2,721 60 

2,078 83 
4,131 77 
7,196 80 

1,717 36 
3,294 94 
2,023 31 
1,887 22 
995 74 
2,076 42 

7.575 73 


6,068 69 


.... 








1,018 46 


" *' 




f 


J 






2,493 07 


• • . • 




... . 1 


2,666 80 


.... 












2,027 85 


. .^. . 












4,092 97 


' 






1 






5 11 


6,679 24 










5 3 
13; 14 

2 6 
ll 7 
2 1 


4 
13 


i 


1,635 80 














3,196 03 


■ • .. 












3 . 
5... 


2,084 22 


* • • • 


• • < • 










1,889 68 


• ■ *• 


.... 










2 
2 

7 




1,027 49 


•*•* 


• • . • 










5 
4 


5 

8 


2,068 88 








6 


2 


2 


7.763 16 








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Sessional Papers (No. 7 ). 



A. 1897 



Schedule A. — Oomparative Statement sbowing the number of (Provincial) 





Tavern licenbes issued. 
















Yearly licenses. 


Six months' 
licenses. 


Tavern 

licenses 

extended. 


Shop 
lioenseB 


License District. 


Ordinary. 


Beer and 
wine. 


Ordi- ; ^ 


issued. 






o 




r 


S 


i 


i 


•9 


CO ^ 

ii 




i 




w^ 





i 


i 


i 


9^ 




17 
86 
20 
19 
11 
20 

30 
18 
15 
20 
18 

25 
24 
72 

20 

28 
39 
52 
32 
13 
34 
82 
42 
15 

13 


16 
81 
19 
19 
9 
19 

28 
16 

n 

17 
18 

24 
22 

71 
28 
20 

35 
88 
49 
29 
11 
27 
27 
42 
15 

15 


16 
29 
19 
18 
9 
20 

81 
18 
14 
16 
19 

22 
22 

70 
28 
20 

38 
86 
49 
28 
12 
84 
25 
41 
15 

12 
6 
27 
84 
49 

24 
19 
29 
38 
19 

160 

15 
17 

45 
44 
64 
28 
28 
81 
22 
18 

28 
31 
37 










Middlesex. East 

Middlesex, North 

Middlesex. West 

Monck 


8 
2 


8 

1 


3 


• 


1 


1 








1 
"i 


2 


""2 


■*3 

1 
1 
1 

6 
2 

"' 5 
2 

3 
2 

40 
2 
4 

1 
2 
5 
6 


.1. . 

3 3 
1 1 
1 1 


Mii4kolrA 


2 

3 

1 


2 

"4 
4 

1 

1 


2 

"2 
3 
3 

1 


1 
1 

'2 

1 


4 

3 

1 


3 

1 

1 
3 

1 






1 




.... 




1 1 


Niniminff . . 








5' 6 


Norfolk, North 

Nortolk. South 

Nnrf.hiinnhArland. ICftSt. . 






i 




■*'i 


"1 
1 

1 


2i 2 


Northumberland. West . . 
Ontiarin North 






1 


1 


1 


2 2 

2| 2 


Ontario i^uth . 










•"•i ::: 


2, 2 


Ottawa 

Oxford. North 




.... 


.» . 






•I" 




.. 


6 


4 

1 


1 


88 
2 

4 

1 
2 
8 

4 


33 
2 


OrfnrH SUtnth 






3 


Parry Sound, B. & W. . . 

Perth, North * ! '. . ! 

Perth, South 

Peterborough, F^st .... 
Peterborouirh, West .... 
Pt. Arthur & Ft. William 
Prescott. . 
Prince Edward 

Rainy River, North .... 








2 


2 




J 


2 


4 

1 
2 








2 


2 


3 


■"3 


1 


2 

3 
4 










1 
1 
2 
2 
1 


1 

1 
3 

1 
















1 




1 


1 
2 

2 

1 










4 
2 


.... 


' 8 
8 
2 
2 

4 


6 
7 
8 
2 

4 


e 


•• 






6 


7 








3 


1 


















2 


















3 








2 


Renfrew, North 

Renfrew, South 

T^riBBAll 


27 
38 

48 

24 
20 
31 
86 
19 

149 

17 
21 

46 
44 
62 
SO 
32 
30 
23 
19 

28 
36 
86 


27 
38 
46 

24 

19 
30 
34 
21 

160 

16 
21 

44 
44 
61 
28 
29 
31 
21 
19 

28 
83 
87 


























5 

8 


5 
10 


5 


.... 




4 


1 












1 






12 








St. Catharines 

Simcoe, Centre 

Simooe, East 


2 

• • • . 


2 


2 


1 

i 


1 

"i 


1 

*i 
1 














3 
8 
8 
6 


8 
8 
3 
6 


3 






1 






3 










3 


















.... 


6 


oimcoe, TT oBv 




















.... 






















1 






60 


60 


50 


Victoria, East 

Vi<*fcnriiii West 


1 


1 


1 



1 


1 


1 


1 




1 






— 


1 


3 

5 
5 
10 
2 
2 


3 

6 
5 
10 
2 
2 


2 


Waterloo, North 

Waterloo, South 

WAll&nd 










5 
























5 


8 


8 


2 


5 


6 


6 






•• 








10 


Wellington, East 

WeUington, South 

WeUington, West . . . 

Wentworth, North 

Wentworth, South 

York, East 

Vork North 






1 






















3 


1 


2 
























2 

1 


1 

1 


1 
1 

6 




1 
1 




1 
1 


•• 


'2 


2 
' 2 


2 

1 

'"1 
57 


**i 
20 


2 

1 

1 
1 
2 

867 


2 

1 

1 
1 
2 

837 


2 

1 

1 


4 


5 


1 


VawIt Wpiit 


2 










86 


W 


44 


_5 


_4 


15 


61 




Totals . 


2,841 


2,786 


2.731 


47 


50 


48 


327 



* Rainy River Divided 1896.6. 
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Sessional Papers (No. 7 ). 



A. 1897 



TaTero, Shop, Wholesale, and Six Alonths' Licenses, etc. — Continued. 



Shop 
lioenees 


Wholesale 
licenaeB 


Lioenses transferred 

and 

removed. 




Totals 




Proportion of duties for provincial 
lioenses, fees for transfers 


extended. 


issued. 


Transfers. 


Remo- 
vals, 




and removals, and fines 
received by the Province. 


III 


1-1 


^ 


i 


1 

2 
2 

4 
3 

1 
1 

3 
7 
2 

4 
4 

3 

3 

17 

7 
1 

3 

3 

18 

6 

6 




i 
"4 

6 
4 

"'8 

"ii 

4 

1 
2 

8 

6 

12 

7 
1 

9 

10 
7 
2 
3 


6 
8 
5 
3 
2 
2 

6 
8 
7 
6 
3 

4 

2 

11 

9 


*i 
*i 

'8 


.. 

i 

i 

"2 

1 
'2 

'2 
3 

i 
4 

i 

6 

i 
2 

1 
i 

46 


'2 

1 

i 

1 

1 

*i 

i 

1 


rH 


1 


«o 


^ 


w^ 


1 


1 


19 
42 
80 
24 
18 
26 

40 
30 
20 
29 
28 

33 
29 
149 
40 
26 

38 
47 
78 
43 
13 


16 
41 
28 
24 
10 
33 

34 
33 
20 
24 


21 
41 
29 
26 
12 
SO 

46 
81 
26 
29 


9 c. 

1,136 05 
1,740 37 
1,661 43 
1,362 44 
679 24 
1,470 08 

3,191 30 
1,477 72 
838 87 
1,621 18 
1,484 07 

1,638 46 
1,836 38 
21,333 07 
2,266 68 
1.830 79 

1,696 32 
2.346 63 
4,970 62 
2,428 64 
660 79 
3,693 61 
3,805 99 
2,866 95 
1,161 76 

1,388 68 


$ c. 

912 00 
1.686 66 
1,387 76 
1,318 76 

622 18 
1,666,62 

2,730 43 
1,488 89 
621 88 
1,349 86 
1,487 99 

1,681 08 
1,741,46 
20.647 13 
2,040,73 
1,793 16 

2,002 79 
2,287 61 
4,427 72 


$ c. 

946 96 












1,401 40 












1,364 68 
1,257 79 




....1 


















638 42 












1,648 43 


.... 


i!... 

1 


.. . 


.... 




3,196 83 
1,661 60 




1 




.... 




791 39 




....' 1 


« ■ . . 






1,272 61 










26! 9(\ 


1,609 87 
1.397 89 




i 








86 
30 
136 
38 
25 

48 
62 
66 
85 
16 
44 
49 


30 
26 
119 
40 
33 

46 
46 
61 
38 
18 
44 

44 




....!.... 








1,681 90 

19,106 99 

2.036 16 


1 
1 


3' 1 

1 


.... 
5 


6 


3 




... 1 .. 




9.. 

e'.. 

6 .. 
9 1 
6.. 

9 4 
3.. 
5, 


1,88L 22 

1,977 98 
2.171 09 
4 9A7 »A 














j 




.... 






2 






















2,287 02 ^126 73 
633 76 630 00 
3,004 64. 3,669 29 
3,269 43, 2,962 22 
2,411 68 2,238 57 
1,184 82 1,187 31 

1 612 30 1 -^7n AA 


.... 


.... 




.... 


.... 






1 










4' 6 

31 4 


i' 66 
49 
20 

1 19 

'.'. " 34 
1, 48 
..' 60 

. i 33 

8 30 

43 

3 60 

-i 27 

2J 247 
20 

V Q1 












61| 60 
23 23 

27 17 

1 14 

38; 34 
55' K7 














1 

2 


5 
8 














1 
6 
2 
6 
10 

7 

11 
8 
8 
2 

19 

3 
6 

10 
8 

19 
6 
5 
7 
6 
2 

6 

4 

16 

648 


i 
'2 

6 
39 








.... 








377 85 








. . . 


.. .. 


.... 


2 

4 
11 

3 
6 

32 

1 
7 

4 
6 
9 
7 
14 
3 
6 
8 

1 
6 
7 

611 


6 

2 

16 

5 
5 
3 
10 
2 

27 

3 

8 

9 
6 

t8 
8 

12 
9 
9 
6 

3 
3 

8 

660 


2,119 30 
2,833 47 
2,387 64 

3,696 13 
1,636 87 
2,499 77 
8,003 77 
759 60 

38,631 62 

987 52 
1.783 19 

3,680 45 
3,202 83 
6,422 88 
2,223 19 
3,102 93 
2,119 67 
1,638 66 
866 50 

1,507 98 
2,498 26 
2,406 10 


2,224 69 
3,160 46 
2,341 18 

3,696 04 
1,488 64 
2,437 64 
2,839 48 
890 02 

38,413 74 

955 91 
1,819 89 

3,466 47 
3,322 25 
6,360 19 
2,092 61 
3,000 02 
2,193 99 
1,437 22 
866 59 

1,622 66 
2,804 77 
2,474 40 


2,150 00 
8,232 37 
2,536 29 

3,606 75 
1,628 76 
2,406 80 
2.794 44 
771 32 


1 








.... 


.... 














61 

86 
28 
37 
49 
23 

244 


59 

37 
36 
41 
60 
22 






















.. . . 






" 




* " • * 


.... 










.. .. 


.... 


.... 




... 




.... 


> • . • 


.... 








10 


11 


8 


37,618 32 
933 13 








21: 20 
qo' Oft 








. . . . 


.... 


.... 


1,420 88 

3,742 88 
3,319 80 
6,797 60 
1,991 96 
2,868 51 
2,168 14 
1,466 00 
811 84 

1,458 00 
2.238 68 
2.628 02 








1 


1 


3 


"i 

36 


66 
64 
92 
39 

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69 

56 

100 


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.... 


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. • . . 


.... 


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... 




. . . > 


.... 


.... 


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36 
38 
30 
21 

34 
46 
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. • . . 


.... 


.... 


QQ A<\ 


.... 


.... 













85 
29 

31 
49 
46 


36 
27 

33 
44 

48 














.... 


.... 




.... 




.... 


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6 


31 


"» 


26 


_7 


3,926 


3.873 


3,801 


289,821 02 


277,478 99 273,212 45 



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A. i8»r 



SCHEDULE B. 

Comparative Statbmbnt by Countibs and Cities, showing the number of (Provincial) 
Tavern, Shop, Wholesale and Vessel Licenses issued in the several Counties of the 
Province, and the Cities separated from Counties, for the license years 1874-5-6-7-8- 
9-8012-3-4-5-6 7-8-9-901-2-3 4.5. 



County. 


Year. 


Tavern 
licenses 

80 


Shop 
14 


Wholesale 
Hcenses. 


VbSBel 
licenses. 


Remarks. 


Algoma (including Thunder Bay) 


1874 




8 






1876 
1876 


86 

18 


16 
6 




8 












1877 


19 


6 










1878 


19 


6 










1879 


21 


8 










1880 


22 


6 










1881 


29 


9 










1882 


86 


9 










1883 


66 


6 










1^84 


74 


12 










1886 


68 


12 










1886 


62 


16 










1887 


78 


11 


2 1 






1888 


88 


16 










1889 


90 


17 










1890 


94 


16 










1891 


94 


11 










1892 


92 


11 










1898 


96 


18 










1894 


98 


12 










1896 


96 


18 
29 


1 






Brant (not including Oity of Brantf ord) 


1874 


96 










1876 


78 


22 


2 








1876 


66 


14 


4 








1877 






7 




Dunkin Act in force. 




1378 


* *58 '* 


*ii*** 


5 






1879. 


56 


14 


1 








1880 


67 


14 


1 








1881 


56 


14 


1 








1883 


59 


18 


1 








1888 


68 


11 


1 








1884 


49 


7 










1886 


44 


7 


1 








1886 










Can, T. Act in force. 




1887 
1888 
1889 










do 








'"[^ 




do 




"ie" 


"2" 










1890 


26 


2 










1891 


22 


2 










1892 


28 


2 










1893 


28 


1 








1894 


22 


1 










1896 


18 


1 








Bruce 


1874 
1876 


180 
119 


25 
22 














1876 


88 


18 


3 








1877 


88 


12 


2 








1878 


83 


9 


2 




Dnnkin'Aet in force 




1879 


93 


12 






for 10 months. 




1880 


98 


14 










1881 


106 


16 










1883 


109 


18 










1883 


108 


16 










1884 


99 


16 










1886 










Can. T. Act in force, 
do 




1886 
1887 
lh88 




















do 




" 97* ■ 


"■'e 










188ii 


102 


6 










1890 


98 


6 










1891 


97 


6 










1893 


96 


6 










1898 


97 


5 










1894 


90 


6 










1896 


90 


6 









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A. 1897 



ScHBDULK B — CJomparative Statement, etc. — Contintted. 



County. 


Yew. 


Tavern 
liceniee. 


Shop 
licenseB. 


Wholegale 
licensee. 


Vesiiel 
lioenBee. 


Remarks. 


Ourleton (not including 














Ottawa) 


1874 


89 


5 










1875 


79 


8 










1876 


44 


1 


2 








1877 


65 


3 










.1878 


43 


3 










1879 


43 


1 










1880 


42 


8 










1881 


60 


3 










1882 


54 


1 










1883 


68 












1881 


68 


1 










1885 


56 












1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 










Can. Tern. Act in force 












do 












do 




'44*'" 


i"' 










1890 


44 


1 










1891 


46 












1892 


46 












1898 


44 












1894 


46 








» 




1895 


45 










i/QS6Tin ■■ 6. •■•••••»>■••. 


1881 


88 


7 






New oonnty erected 24tli 




1882 


S3 


5 • 




January, 1881. 




1888 


84 


6 










1884 


34 


4 










1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 










Can. Tem# Act in foroe. 




" 








do 












do 




* »4*'* 


2*"* 










1889 


27 


2 










1890 


26 


2 










1891 


24 


2 










1892 


24 


2 










1893 


21 


2 










1894 


21 


2 










1896 


19 


2 






, 


Elgin 


1874 
1876 


113 
110 


25 
24 








»""• •••••»•»••••• 






1876 


66 


16 










1877 


66 


10 










1878 


69 


12 










1879 


72 


16 










1880 


74 


12 . 










1881 


74 


13 










1882 


74 


13 










1883 


74 


16 










1884 


74 


12 










1886 


71 


10 










1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 










Can. Tem. Act in force. 












do 












do 


Not indadinip S^ TkoniM. 


""is**" 

44 
43 


2"' 

1 

1 



















1892 


44 


1 










1898 


42 


1 










1894 


41 


1 










1895 


41 


1 









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Sessional Papers (No. 7 ). 



A. 1897 



SoHBDULB B.— Comparative Statement. 


— CarUinued. 






Tavern 


Shop 


Wholesale 


Vessel 




County. 


Year. 


licenses. 


licenses. 


licenses. 


licensee. 


Remarks. 


Bsiex 


1874 
1875 


120 
101 


28 
25 


6 
6 












1876 


62 


14 


5 








1877 


69 


18 


1 








1878 


69 


18 


2 








1879 


71 


18 


8 








1880 


70 


19 


2 








1881 


74 


21 


2 








1882 


71 


20 


2 








1883 


74 


19 


2 








1884 


70 


15 


1 








1886 


77 


13 










1886 


74 


16 










1887 


84 


15 










1888 


82 


10 










1889 


95 


12 










1890 


94 


8 








Not including Windsor . . . 


1891 
1892 
189S 
1894 
1895 


68 
71 
78 
70 
76 


5 
5 

5 
6 
6 








Frontenao (not including 














Kingston) 


1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 


71 
57 
29 
17 
84 


2 
29 


1 











Dunken Act assumed to 








be in force until quash- 
ed, December 28th. 




1879 


86 










1880 


33 


1 










1881 


83 


1 










1882 


83 


2 










1888 


36 


2 










1884 


84 


2 






/ 




1885 


34 


1 










1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 










Can. Temp. Act in force. 












do 












do 




'"'23*' 












1890 


25 












1891 


28 












1892 


24 












1898 


22 












1894 


22 












1895 


24 










<5r«y 


1874 


115 


20 










1875 
1876 


114 
77 


16 
11 










5*"" 






1877 
1878 


*"*72' 




6 
4 




Dunkin Act in force. 




7* " 


Dunkin Act in force un- 




1879 


91 


12 


1 




til September. 




1880 


88 


17 


1 








1881 


84 


16 










1882 


88 


18 






bume attached to new 




1883 


95 


20 






county of Dufferin. 




1884 


91 


19 










1886 


92 


18 










1886 


92 

86 


16 
14 








1 1887 








1888 


84 


7 










1889 


84 


6 


!!'*.!!!.. 








1890 


81 


6 










1891 


75 


5 








« 


1892 
1898 
1894 
1895 


76 
77 
76 
76 


5 
6 
5 
5 









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Sessional Papers (No. 7 ). 



A. 1897 



ScHiDVLK B. — OompantiTe Statement. — Continiud. 







Tavern 


Shop 


Wholesale 


VeMel 




Gonnty. 


Tear. 










Bemarks. 






lioenies. 


licenfles. 


lioenses. 


licenses. 




Hmldimand 


1874 
1876 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1888 
1884 
1886 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1898 
1894 
1896 


96 
83 
46 
49 
49 
60 
47 
61 
62 
61 
47 
47 
48 
49 
48 
46 
49 
47 
47 
44 
42 
42 


16 
18 
6 
4 
4 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

3 
8 








HAlibnrton 


1886 
1887 


7 
6 






















1888 


6 












1889 


7 












1890 


7 












1891 


8 












1892 


8 










• 


1898 
1894 
1896 


8 

10 

8 








• 


HaIIod 


1874 
1876 


61 
68 
















1876 


39 




1 








1877 


38 












1878 


38 












1879 


42 












1880 


41 












1881 


41 












1882 










Oan. Temp. Aot in force. 




1883 
1884 
1886 
1886 
1887 
1888 










do 








.... 




do 










do 












do 












de 




28 












1889 


28 












1890 


27 












1891 


27 










1892 


26 










1893 


27 










1894 


28 










1895 


28 









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ScHSDULB B. — Oomparative Statement, etc. — Continued, 



County. 


Year. 


Tavern 
licenses. 


Shop 
licenses. 


Wholesale 
iioences. 


Vessel 
licences. 


Remarks. 


Hartings 


1874 


117 


23 


1 








1876 


100 


21 


2 








1876 


76 


11 


3 


1 






1877 


82 


14 


3 


1 






1878 


89 


16 


3 


2 






1879 


94 


16 


3 


1 






1880 


91 


16 


3 








1881 


90 


16 


3 








1882 


96 


18 


3 








1883 


97 


16 


3 








1884 


90 


16 


8 








1886 


98 


17 


3 








1886 


104 


16 


2 








1887 


102 


13 


2 








1888 


96 


18 


3 






Not including BeUviUe . . . 
•f «« ] [ [ 

(C (( 

•1 'u 
(f «« 
(« (t 


1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1898 
1894 
1896 


78 
74 
74 
72 
70 
67 
68 


9 

8 
8 
7 
7 
7 
8 




• 




Huron 


1874 
1875 


160 
164 


88 
87 


2 












1876 


118 


16 


3 








1877 


124 


16 










1878 


127 


20 










1879 


184 


21 










1880 


131 


16 










1881 


128 


16 










1882 


124 


16 










1888 


124 


16 










1884 


111 


14 


, 








1886 










Can. Temp. Act in force, 
do. 




1886 
1887 




















do. 




1888 


108** 


ii' 










1889 


109 


8 










1890 


103 


6 








' 


1891 


104 


6 










1892 


102 


6 


1 








1893 


94 


6 


1 








1894 


92 


5 


1 








1896 


90 


6 


1 






Kent 


1874 
1876 


128 
118 


41 
84 




1 
1 






]*" 






1876 


66 


13 


4 


1 






1877 


67 


15 




1 






1878 


66 


13 










1879 


67 


14 










1880 


67 


13 










1881 


69 


18 




1 






1886 


69 


14 


.....!... 


1 






1888 


70 


14 










1884 


76 


11 










1886 


71 


8 










1886 










Can. Temp. Act in force. 




1887 
1888 
1889 




, , , 






do. 












do. 




72* 


6 










1890 


76 


6 










1891 


63 


6 










1892 


61 


4 










1893 


61 


4 










1894 


61 


4 








Not indttding Ghathftm . . . 


1896 


44 


2 









10 



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A. 1897 



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Coanty. 


Year. 


Tavern 
licenses. 


Shop 
lioenses. 


Wholesale 
lioenses. 


Vessel 
licenses. 


Remarks. 




1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1888 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1898 
1894 
1895 


89 
85 
65 
65 
70 
73 
71 
72 
76 
78 
74 
70 


44 
33 
28 
25 
27 
26 
25 
23 
22 
19 
16 
10 


1 
1 

1 

1 








Can. Temp. Act in force, 
do. 
do. 














66" 

70 
64 
62 
64 
68 
61 


9 

10 
6 
5 

\ 

6 






Lanark 


1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1883 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 


62 
62 
32 
32 
7 

38 
34 
36 
36 
36 
86 
37 


20 
14 
9 
9 
4 
6 
8 
6 
7 
7 
7 
6 


2 
1 
2 




Diinkin Act in force ex« 








cept in Perth. 

Can. Temp. Act in force, 
do 






















do 




39 
46 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 


6 

7 
6 
7 
7 
6 
6 








Leeds and GrenviUe 


1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
18«8 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1898 
1894 
1896 


146 
186 
79 
101 
97 
97 
97 
89 
92 
94 
88 
87 


32 
23 
23 
25 
19 
18 
20 
18 
21 
21 
17 
17 


1 
I 
3 

1 




Can. Temp. Act in force, 
do. 










.... 










do. 




73 
70 
69 
66 
67 
64 
66 


13 
10 
10 

8 

? 

7 


1 
1 







11 



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County. 


Year. 


Tavern 
licenses. 


Shop 
licenses. 


Wholesale 
licenses. 


Vessel 
licences. 


Remarks. 


Lennox and Addington . . . 


1874 
1875 
1876 


52 
46 
28 


7 
8 
6 




1 






1 






1877 
1878 






1 




Dunkin Ajct in force. 




86* 


6*' 








1879 


87 


5 










1880 


37 


5 










1881 


41 


5 










1882 


43 


6 










1883 


45 


6 










1884 


44 


5 










1886 


42 


6 










1886 
1887 
1888 










Oan. Temp. Act in force. 

do. 






















do. 




1889 


62** 


s" 










1890 


49 


2 










1891 


46 


2 










1892 


47 


2 










1893 


47 


2 










1884 


44 


1 










1895 


40 


1 








Lincoln (not inclnding St . 


1874 


94 


23 








Nl^Oatharines) 


1875 


103 


37 










1876 


70 


31 










1877 


70 


25 










1878 


69 


21 










1879 


72 


16 










1880 


78 


12 










1881 


69 


14 










1882 


78 


15 










1883 


72 


13 










1884 


71 


11 










1886 


64 


10 










1886 










Oan. Temp. Act in force. 




1887 
1888 
1889 


......!!!! 








do. 













do. 




36* 


8 * 










1890 


86 


3 










1891 


36 


3 










1892 


34 


1 










1893 


29 


1 










1894 


28 


1 










1896 


28 


1 








Middleaex (not including 


1874 


188 


17 


1 






rJI!London) 


1875 


174 


33 










1876 


122 


26 


3 








1877 


139 


23 










1878 


148 


21 










1879 


141 


19 










1880 


134 


18 










1881 


188 


18 










1882 


133 


16 










1883 


ISO 


18 










1884 


126 


17 










1885 


128 


16 




' 1 






1886 
1887 

1888 
1888 










Can. Temp. Act in force. 












do. 












do. 




82* 


8 










1890 


93 


6 










1891 


93 


5 










1892 


90 


5 










1893 


80 


4 










1894 


73 


4 










1895 


69 


4 


1 • 



12 



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Sessional Papers (Mo. 7 ). 



A. 1897 



SoBBDULB B. — Comparative Statement, eto. — Continuad. 







Tavern 


Shop 


Wholesale 


Vessel 




Coantj. 


Tear. 


lioenaeB. 


lioenaes. 


lioenaes. 


licenses. 


Remarks. 


Muflkoka and Parry Sound. 


1874 
1876 
1876 


9 
23 
19 




















1877 


22 












1878 


29 












1879 


38 


1 










1880 


44 


4 










1881 


45 


4 










1882 


48 


6 










1883 


49 


6 










1884 


48 


4 










1885 


87 


1 










1886 


23 












1887 


21 












1888 


32 


1 










1889 


46 


2 










1890 


47 


1 1 










1891 


47 


1 










1892 


53 


1 










1893 


50 


2 










1894 


66 


2 










1895 


60 


1 








Nipiasinff 


1878 


2 


1 










1879 


3 


1 










1880 


3 


1 










1J»81 


11 


8 










1882 


8 


5 










1888 


9 


6 










1884 


5 


5 










1885 


23 


6 










1886 


22 


4 










1887 


24 


5 










18^8 


23 


4 










1889 


23 


4 










1890 


27 


4 










1891 


26 


5 










1892 


SO 


6 










1893 


30 


6 










1894 


28 


6 










1895 


81 


6 








Norfolk 


1874 
1875 , 


73 

74 


6 
6 










1876 1 


51 


4 


2 








1877 


51 


5 I 1 








1878 1 


55 


5 1 








1879 


51 


7 










1880 


51 


6 










1881 


55 


6 










1^82 i 


66 


6 










1883 


64 


6 










1884 


51 


4 










1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 










Oan. Tem. Act in force. 












do 












do 




87* 


4* 










1889 


41 


3 










1890 


39 


2 










1891 


39 


2 










1892 


41 


2 










1893 


89 


2 










1894 


36 


2 










1895 


87 


2 




\ 





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A. 1897 



SoHXDtJLB B. — OoQiparatiye Statement, etc. — Continued. 



Oounty. 


Year. 


Tavern 

UceDBOB. 


Shop Wholesale 

licenaes. , licenseB. 

1 


Vetsel 


Remarks. 


NorthamberUnd Mid Dur- 












hwoi • • 


1874 
1875 


135 

121 


35 2 
32 2 












1876 


102 


27 4 








1877 


108 


25 2 i 




• 




1878 


89 


21 1 2 , 


2 1 






1879 
1880 


98 
100 


21 
22 






10 months, except in 
Port Hope and Ck>- 








1881 


100 


23 1 


1 1 


bourg. 




1882 
1888 


102 
104 


23 
23 




1 ; 













1884 


101 


19 ! ; 


1 






1885 


97 


1« 


1 






1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 








Oan. Tern. Act in force. 










do 




si* 






do 




••i4 


i 






1890 


74 


13 




1 






1891 


77 


15 










1892 


76 


14 




i 






1898 


75 


10 










1894 


68' 


9 










1895 


66 


8 








Ontario 


1874 
1875 


86 
87 


35 
23 














1876 


60 


10 










1877 


58 


9 










1878 
1879 


55 
61 


8 
9 


2 




Dunkin 4ct in force for 






10 months. 




1880 


65 


11 








18S1 


66 


12 








1882 


71 


13 








1883 


72 


12 










1884 


68 


11 










1885 


67 


12 










1 1886 

' 1887 

' 1888 

1889 










Can. Tern. Act in force. 








....... . . . 




^^^•At ^^^mmmm *^^#w m«a a^^«^^^^« 

do 












do 




64*' 


7 










1890 


62 


7 










1891 


60 


4 










1892 


57 


6 










1893 


50 


5 










1894 


47 


4 










; 1895 
1 1874 


45 


4 








Oxford ' 


104 


29 










1 1875 


102 


25 










1876 


73 


9 


4 








1877 


70 


10 


1 








, 1878 


71 


10 










1 1879 


74 


12 










, 1880 


74 


14 










1881 


78 


13 










1882 


74 


11 










1883 


72 


9 










, 1884 


62 


8 










' 1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 






















do 












do 












do 




52" 


6** 


i* 








1890 


58 


7 


1 








1891 


57 


5 


1 








1892 


50 


5 


1 








1893 


50 


6 










1894 


48 


6 










1895 


48 


5 









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SOBKDULB B — Comparative Statement, etc.,— Continuad. 







Tavern 


Shop 


Wholesale 


Vessel 




Oounty. 


Ve„. 


licensee. 


licenses. 


licenses. 


licenses. 


Remarks. 


Feel 


1874 
1876 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 


91 
86 
49 
57 
60 
57 
62 
56 
57 


15 
15 
10 

? 

7 
7 
6 










1883 


57 


6 


• 








1884 


55 


4 










1885 


58 


4 










1886 


55 


5 










1887 


56 


4 










1888 


57 


8 










1889 


52 


3 










1890 


52 


3 










1891 


61 


3 










lfc92 


47 


3 










1898 


48 


2 










1894 


47 


2 










1895 


46 


2 








Pertii 


1874 
1875 


146 
135 


88 
26 














1876 


101 


13 


3 








1877 


106 


17 










1878 


105 


17 










1879 


110 


18 










1880 


110 


19 










1881 


106 


19 










1882 


110 


19 










1883 


109 


17 










1884 


102 


14 










1885 


93 


14 










1886 


96 


12 










1887 


95 


13 






• 




1888 


96 


10 








Not inolnding Stratford .. 


1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 


74 
72 
69 
68 
65 
62 


6 
6 
4 
5 
6 
6 










1895 


61 


6 








Petarborouflrh 


1874 


98 


16 








& 01AM t^f^KTXtf^mM ••••>■••■••• 


1875 


72 


16 










1876 


40 


11 


2 








1877 


43 


11 










1878 


36 


11 






Dunkin Act in force in 
part of West Riding 
xer ten monthfl 




1879 


42 


13 








1880 


46 


12 








1881 
1882 
188^ 


46 
50 
60 


14 
15 
14 






ava wii tUvFUwlUla 
















18-4 


46 


18 










1885 


43 


12 










1886 










Can. Temp. Act in force 
do 




1887 












1888 


......... 








do 




1889 
1890 


43 
. 41 


io" 

11 




i" 












1891 


45 


9 










1892 


46 


8 










1893 


48 


8 










18*14 


39 


6 










1895 


47 


6 









16 



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Tayem 


Shop 


Wholesale 


Vessel 




Ooiuity. 


Year. 


licenses. 


licenses. 


licenses. 


licenses. 


Remaiks. 


PreMott and Ruiiell 


1874 


6S 


10 










1876 


58 


11 


1 








1876 


52 












1877 


46 


5 










1878 


49 


5 










1879 


41 


5 


1 






1880 


42 


4 








1881 . 


50 


6 


1 






1882 


68 


6 










1888 


62 


7 










1884 


65 


4 










1885 


65 


8 










1886 


68 


1 










1887 


78 


1 










1888 


76 


1 










1889 


76 


1 










1890 


78 


2 


1 






1891 


76 


8 


» 






1892 


77 


2 








!898 


72 


2 








1894 


69 


3 


1 






1895 


71 


3 








Prince Edward 


1874 
1875 


22 
28 


S 
3 




3 
I 















1876 






1 


1 


Dankin Act in force, 
do 




1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 



















!.!!!!! 1 -------' ' 


do 




2S" 

24 
24 
22 
28 


i" 

8 
3 
4 




1 
8 














1 

I 


















1884 
1885 
1886 


21 
28 
24 


1 
2 
2 




8 








2 




' 








1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 


21 
18 
16 
18 


2 
2 
2 
2 


^ 


2 

1 














. 










1891 


18 


2 


1 






1892 


17 


2 


, 






1893 


16 


2 


1 






1894 


16 


2 


1 






1895 


15 


2 








Renfrew 


1874 
1875 


100 
102 


35 
30 




1 

1 






i" 






1876 
1877 


51 
42 


20 
17 




1 












1878 


81 


16 










1879 


86 


16 










1880 


42 


21 










1881 


47 


17 










1882 


48 


23 










188S 


68 


30 










1884 


44 


20 










1885 










Can. Temp. Act in force. 

d'» 




1886 
1887 
1888 




















do 




65*' 


12* 










1888 


65 


16 










1890 


56 


16 










1891 


50 


18 










1892 


58 


14 










1898 


60 


13 










1894 


66 


15 










1895 


65 


17 









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ScHBDULE B. — Oomparative Statement, etc — Continued, 



County. 


Year. 


Tavern 


Shop 


Wholesale 


Vessel 


Remarks. 








licenses. 


licenses. 


lioenses. 






1874 
1875 


223 
196 


42 

35 


2 


2 










1876 


185 


24 


2 


2 






1877 


137 


24 




2 






1878 


149 


21 




1 




1879 


142 


20 




1 






1880 


155 


23 




1 






1881 


144 


23 




1 


Mono and Mulmur at- 




1882 


146 


23 






tached to new county 




1883 


147 


26 






of Dufferin. 




1884 


138 


24 










1885 










Can. Temp. Act in force« 




1886 
1887 
1888 










do 












do 




121 


i7 










1889 


124 


18 








• 


1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 

1874 


123 
113 
117 
113 
106 
105 


17 
15 
12 
11 
11 
11 








Stormont, DundM and 


122 


31 








Glenffarrr 


1875 


80 


28 








1876 


82 


22 


i 






1877 


87 


17 










1878 


94 


17 




i 
1 




1879 


91 


16 




I 




1880 


91 


18 










1881 


96 


18 










1882 


95 


18 










1883 


89 


17 










1884 


92 


15 










1886 










Can. Temp. Act in foroew 
do 




1836 
1887 




















do 




1888 


105 


8 










1889 


111 


10 










1890 


103 


8 










1891 


96 


10 










1892 


94 


10 










1893 


84 


8 








1894 


82 


8 


1 


1 




1896 


80 


4 




1 


Vicftori* 


1874 
1875 


78 
70 


18 
9 


1 


1 










1876 


66 


6 


1 


^ 






1877 


66 


6 








1878 


66 


6 










1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1688 


60 
60 
62 
62 
62 


6 
5 
4 
8 
8 






















Including Haliburton^ 






1 
2 












1884 
1885 
1886 


68 
64 


8 
8 












J 










Can. Temp. Act in force, 
do 




1887 
1888 
1889 




















do 




46 


2 










1890 


44 


2 










1891 


47 


2 










1893 


40 


8 










1893 


89 


3 










1894 


88 


8 










1895 


38 


2 


1 1 



2 L. 



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Schedule B. — Oomparative Statement, etc. — Continued, 



Goaoty. 



Waterloo 



WeUMd 



Wellin^rton 



Not includLnflf Guelph 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Year. 


Tavern 


Shop 


Wholesale 


Vessel 


Remarks. 




licenses. 


licenses. 


licenses. 


licenses. 




1874 


135 


21 








1875 


136 


20 


S 






1876 


86 


19 


18 


1 


1877 


84 


17 


10 


t 


1878 


87 


17 


1 1 


1879 


89 


15 




1880 


87 


15 


i 


1881 


88 


^16 




1882 


90 


^17 




1883 


91 


16 


1 


1884 


92 


14 


1 


1886 


90 


13 




1886 


87 


12 




1887 


87 


12 


1 1 


1888 


90 


9 






1889 


91 


10 








1890 


92 


10 








1891 


91 


10 








1892 


90 


11 








1893 


90 


10 






, ■ 


1H94 


88 


10 








1895 


89 


10 


3 






1874 


145 


23 


8 






1875 


151 


23 








1876 


73 


19 








1877 


80 


19 








1878 


89 


21 








1879 


92 


25 






1880 


87 


29 








1881 


8L 


19 








1882 


78 


20 








1883 


79 


18 








1884 


82 


14 








1885 


79 


15 








1886 


82 


12 








1887 


78 


10 








1888 


70 


8 








1889 


78 


9 








1890 


73 


9 








1891 


70 


9 








1892 


71 


9 








1893 


66 


10 








1894 


64 


10 








18»5 


66 


10 








1874 


183 


52 








1875 


182 


41 


3 






1876 


138 


29 


3 






1877 


130 


28 


3 




1878 


134 


29 






1879 


138 


29 






1880 


145 


30 






188 L 


134 

1V8 


24 
26 






Oraneeville, Amaranth 
' and East Garaf raxa at- 


1882 






1883 


126 


22 




tached to new county 


1884 


1L6 


19 




1 of Du£Ferin. 


18>15 


104 


13 








1886 




^^ ^^ 






Can. Temp. Act in force. 


1887 










do 


1888 










do 


1889 


.....^... 


.... ^.... 








1890 


77 


4 






1891 


80 


3 




1 


1892 


79 


3 






1893 


76 


2 






lHi44 


72 


2 




1 


1895 


71 


1 









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Sessional Papers (No. 7 ). 



A. 1897 



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0«iulj. 


Year. 


Tavern 


Shop 


Wholesale 


VesBel 


RemarkA. 






lioensas. 


lioenaes. 


licenoei. 






'Woitwortk (not inclading 


1874 


110 


38 


4 






H«miltoB : 


1875 
1876 


107 
61 


19 
11 


2 
2 












1877 


56 


10 










1878 


47 


^ 










1879 


63 


6 










1880 


56 


6 










1881 


55 


6 










1882 


51 


6 










1888 


52 


6 










1884 


54 


6 










1885 


54 


6 










1886 


49 


6 










1887 


51 


5 










1888 


47 


4 










18:J9 


49 


3 










1890 


49 


4 










1891 
1893 
1893 
1894 
1896 


49 
46 
45 
42 
41 


3 
3 
3 
8 
3 








York (not ioeladiiig 














TofODtO) 


1874 


148 


39 










1875 


164 


35 










1876 


108 


16 


1 








1877 


97 


15 










III 










Diinkin Anh in fore«. 




117 


"'15 '*' 
16 






A^«aa*^aKA* 4^^# w mmm a^^&vV« 

do on* 








month (May). 




1881 


128 


21 










1882 


131 


21 










1883 


132 


23 










1884 


121 


13 










1885 


114 


12 










1886 


116 


IG 










1887 


109 


7 










1888 


107 


2 










1889 


112 


1 










1890 


108 


2 










, 1891 


105 


3 










1892 


108 


4 










1893 


104 


4 










1894 


103 


4 










1895 


102 


4 









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Sessional Papers (No. 7 ). 



A. 1897 



SoHBDULB B. — Ootuparative Statement, eta — Continued. 



Oily. 


Year. 


Tavern 
licenses. 


Shop 
licenses. 


Wholesale 
licenseB. 


Vessel 
licenses. 


Remarks. 


Toronto 


1874 
1876 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1891 
1895 


309 
299 
216 
182 
181 
195 
204 
210 
216 
197 
217 
227 
224 
150 
150 
152 
160 
150 
150 
149 
150 
150 


184 
12» 
100 
100 
92 
88 
94 
95 
100 
98 
88 
71 
66 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
60 


21 
28 
39 
26 
20 
19 
18 
15 
14 
14 
18 
14» 
13 
13 
12 
14 
11 
11 
10 
10 
11 
8 


16 

9 

9 

6 
10 

6 

4 

6 

7 

6 

3 

2* 

3 

1 

3 

3 




Hamilton 


1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1898 
1894 
1895 


127 

110 

68 

68 

68 

68 

74 

89 

98 

105 

97 

110 

112 

107 

111 

91 

92 

91 

94 

94 

75 

75 


93 
72 
61 
56 
64 
61 
57 
65 
58 
54 
47 
48 
46 
40 
87 
38 
38 
87 
34 
SO 
20 
20 




3 

1 
2 
2 






11 
7 
7 
8 
7 
7 
8 
8 
4 
8 
6 
4 
2 
3 
8 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 




Ottawa 


1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1896 


120 
114 
75 
75 
78 
78 
76 
76 
7ft 
75 
75 
76 
76 
75 
76 
80 
88 
h7 
78 
72 
71 
70 


77 
148 
77 
80 
77 
71 
72 
- 77 
76 
84 
78 
77 
69 
68 
54 
66 
69 
69 
46 
40 
38 
33 


6 

7 
7 
2 


1 B. & W. 

1 
1 B. Jt W. 






































■ 


1 

1 
2 
1 
2 

1 
1 
6 
6 

» 





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Ses-<ional Papers (No. 7 ). 



A. 1897 



SoHBDULK B.-^Comp«rative Statement, etc. — Continued. 







Tavern 


Shop 


Wholesale 


Vessel 




C5ity. 


Year. 

1874 
1875 


lioenseR. 


lioeBfles. 


liceoBes. 


lioensee. 


Remarks. 


Tjondon 


75 
75 


40 
74 


3 
2 










^ 


1876 


57 


34 


5 








1877 


58 


35 


1 








1878 


58 


37 


1 








1879 


57 


36 


2 








1880 


45 


27 


2 








1881 


45 


24 


2 








1882 


47 


26 


3 


1 






1883 


47 


24 


2 








1884 


48 


22 


2 








1885 


49 


22 


1 








1886 


61 


21 


2 








1887 


64 


19 


2 








1888 


57 


14 


1 








1889 


58 


13 


1 


. 






1890 


56 


12 


1 








1891 


41 


10 


1 








1892 


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Rboapitulation, showing ihe total number of provincial licenses issued in the several 
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•orrespond with the number as shown in Schedules A and G. Beer and Wine Licenses are included with 
the ordinary licenses, under the heads of Tavern Licenses and Vessel Licenses respectively. An extended 
License is good for a period not exceeding three months. It is not in the nature of a new licenw. but 
simply a permission, granted by the Board of Commissioners, to the holder of a license expiring in April, to 
oontinQe his bnainess under the old license for the specified peried. that he may be enabled to dispose of his 
stex^ on hand and quit the business without loss. Six Months' Licenses run from the first day of May to 
the thirty-first day of October, and are not valid after the latter date. They are granted in localities which 
■le largely resorted to in summer by visitors, where the Board of Commissioners are of opinion that 
increased taYem acrommodation for the summer months is necessary. 



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SCHEDULE D. 

OoMPARATiVE STATEMENT of the amount of Fines collected and the amount paid in respect 
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for the licenbeyeari 1893-4, 1894-5 and 1895-6 respectively. 



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Lennox 

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London 

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140 00 



1/3 lU 

135 00 


60 00 


110 00 


260 00 


40 00 


215 00 


4ft 00 


20 00 


130 00 


190 00 


450 00 


160 00 


60 00 


180 00 


130 CO 


100 00 


264 00 


86 00 


40 00 


28 OO 


45 00 


8f0 00 


20 00 


40 00 


880 01 


80 00 


86 00 


140 00 


96 00 


820 00 


420 00 


870 00 


230 00 


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260 00 
20 00 

150 00 
20 00 
50 00 

200 00 

a-5 00 

80 00 

94 CO 

100 00 
16f? 00 
190 00 

56 00 
828 00 
110 00 

40 00 

190 00 
202 00 
824 00 
614 00 

45 00 

151 00 
60 00 
hO 00 

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122 00 

100 00 
60 00 

170 00 

341 03 
40 00 
52 00 

185 03 
80 00 
91 CO 

140 00 

275 00 
310 00 
192 00 

70 00 
830 00 
562 00 
320 00 
120 00 

90 01 
190 00 

20 00 
23J 00 



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96 



$ c, 

598 50 
720 40 

577 76 
864 00 
536 00 
756 50 
Gil 85 
672 50 
606 6^ 

557 79 
581 32 
485 00 

606 25 
616 93 
528 90 
594 99 

508 50 

599 00 
818 75 
553 00 

584 00 

687 60 
565 00 
561 55 
665 00 
518 00 

518 50 
158 50 
514 85 
2,000 00 
6f>8 51 
689 50 
950 00 
618 00 
646 00 
613 00 

60<» 50 
659 00 
803 00 

4:6 10 
470 00 
4f5 00 
450 00 
490 50 
4'0 00 
1,000 00 

560 75 
6S4 00 



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$ c. 


598 00 


835 39 


579 82 


85? 00 


624 00 


661 50 


628 26 


665 45 


643 00 


551 01 


516 30 


469 00 


719 76 


780 33 


608 75 


611 99 


496 50 


611 50 


925 00 


581 95 


546 00 


690 00 


568 00 


580 25 


560 00 


631 50 


564 60 


2W 49 


659 82 


2,000 00 


705 00 


650 76 


950 00 


698 00 


569 60 


619 00 


550 00 


629 00 


800 00 


466 40 


5^5 CO 


460 00 


472 70 


501 00 


4«9 0? 


1,030 03 


612 40 


1 714 00 



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670 75 
945 84 

546 50 
85ft 00 
626 00 
675 00 
628 53 
644 95 

640 00 

5^9 49 
518 56 
490 00 

698 75 

641 22 
497 00 
581 50 

615 00 

6^ 50 

1,019 95 

571 20 

534 00 

628 50 
562 00 
530 75 
5»-5 00 
577 00 

576 25 
263 00 

629 35 
1,999 96 

706 50 
592 00 
963 00 
6'6 00 
610 00 
643 00 

683 10 

699 00 
800 00 

460 70 
570 00 
4a5 00 
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Sessional Papers (No. 7 ). 



A. 1897 



SCHEDULE D. 

Comparative Statement of the amount of Fines collected and the amount paid in respect 
of Expenses of Commissioners and Salaries of Inspectors in each License District, for 
the license years 1893-4, 1894-5 and 1895-6 respectively.— Conc/i^«i. 



Lioense diatriot. 



Middlesex, North 
MiddleMx, West 

MoDck 

Mnskoka 



NipifisiDg 

Norfollr, North 

Norfolk, South 

Northamberland, East . . 
Northamberland, West , 



Ontario, North 
Ontario, South . . 

OtUwa 

Oxford, North.. 
Oxford, South.. 



Parry Sound 

Pgel 

Perth, * North ..!!".*.'*'...!!!.' 

Perth. South 

Peterboroufrh, Ea«t 

Peterborough, West 

Port Arthur and Fort William. 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 



Rainy River, North 
Rainy River, South 
Renfrew, North .... 
Renfrew, South .... 
RusseU 



St. Catharine^.. 
Simooe, Centre 
SimooeyRast.... 
Simcoe, West .. 
Stormont 



Toronto . 



Victoria, East . . 
Tictoria, West 



Waterloo, North... 
Waterl-Ki, South... 

Welland 

Wellington, East . 
Wellington, South. 
Wellington, West . 
Wentworth, North. 
Wentworth, South. 



York, East . 
York, North. 
York, West . 



Totals. 



7l. 



Fines collected. 



1893-4. 



1891-5. 



$ c. 
412 05 
140 00 
145 00 
126 00 

150 00 
100 fO 
120 00 

230 00 

231 47 

215 00 
155 00 
460 00 
340 00 
255 00 

190 00 

160 00 

70 00 

170 00 

62 00 

40 00 

120 00 

354 00 

130 00 



225 00 
492 00 
140 00 

160 00 
130 00 
220 76 
884 50 



4,747 00 

40 00 
45 00 

803 00 
280 00 
267 00 
140 00 
205 00 
186 00 
50 00 
60 00 

70 00 

230 00 

20 00 



19,277 77 



90 00 
20 00 



90 00 



60 00 

40 00 

107 00 

35 2L 

120 00 

202 00 

170 00 

67 00 

80 00 

245 00 

145 00 
150 00 
225 00 
20 00 
110 00 
140 00 
2R2 00 
250 00 

50 00 



330 00 
526 00 
330 00 

90 00 
145 00 
227 25 
163 00 
115 00 

3,735 00 

90 00 
50 00 

150 00 
200 00 
62 00 
165 00 
400 00 



60 00 
100 00 

90 00 
60 00 
55 00 



1895-6. 



$ c. 

60 00 
100 GO 

6o'o6' 

120 00 

100 00 

60 00 

30 00 

90 00 

45 00 

70 00 

380 00 

100 00 

216 00 

80 00 
140 00 
180 00 
125 00 



20 00 
240 00 

**80'66" 

100 00 



17,243 46 



90 00 
590 00 
392 00 

60 00 

60 00 

294 00 

186 00 

20 00 

2,490 00 

180 00 
212 00 

284 00 

230 00 

190 GO 

60 00 

110 00 

50 00 

60 00 

160 00 

70 00 
120 00 
605 00 



16,979 00 



Paid in respect of expenses of 

Commissioaers and Salaries 

of Inspet.tors. 



1896-6. 



1893-4. 


1894-5. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


810 25 


696 45 


641 75 


638 50 


494 00 


485 00 


522 80 


609 55 


400 00 


404 46 


520 00 


511 25 


464 00 


553 00 


608 00 


586 00 


501 00 


476 60 


6R8 80 


658 80 


612 45 


6.M6 80 


1,800 00 


1,800 00 


652 00 


636 00 


663 30 


647 55 



690 00 
677 60 
764 20 
653 30 
511 00 
684 00 
471 00 
475 67 
675 00 

250 00 



523 60 
661 96 
605 55 

570 00 
639 35 
516 00 
549 46 
676 00 

4,200 00 

377 26 

571 00 

590 00 
610 10 
823 60 
561 16 
620 00 
668 00 
573 50 
567 00 

674 60 
531 60 

448 26 



60,731 52 



778 25 
621 26 
7P6 46 
562 90 
520 00 
588 00 
483 33 
477 72 
575 00 

300 00 



630 80 
603 20 
728 81 

570 00 
614 25 
559 00 
648 61 
532 60 

4,206 76 

378 26 
565 00 

658 60 
633 50 
824 60 
658 00 
602 00 
662 05 

631 25 
660 26 

555 10 
460 50 
669 60 



61,884 16 



$ c. 

714 15 
640 50 
501 00 
511 20 

437 70 
519 50 
5S3 00 
692 00 
490 00 

644 60 
624 80 
1,800 00 
646 00 
663 15 

814 25 
626 45 
761 26 

663 05 
525 00 
695 00 
660 00 
638 48 

595 00 

300 00 
319 43 

514 60 
638 20 
691 60 

621 91 
636 60 
578 50 
560 05 

535 00 

4,200 00 

386 00 
570 00 

718 80 
674 10 
852 60 
5h8 50 
611 00 

664 76 

515 00 
528 00 

658 25 

536 50 

596 50 



62,897 28 



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SCHEDULE E. 

Statbmbnt showiuflr M\8oellaneoQ8 Expenditure incurred in each License District, 
including office rent, postage and stationery, printing, advertising, magiRtrates, 
constables, witness' council and detective fees, etc., for the License years 1893-4, 
1894 5 and 1895-6, respectively. 



License district. 



AddiDgton 
Algoma . . . 



Brant, North , 

■Rrant South 

Brantford, City 

Brockville and Leeds , 

Bruce, Centre 

Bruce, Norrh , 

Bruce, South 



Cardwell 
Carl^-toD . 
Cornwall 



Dufiferin 

Dundas , 

Du'ham, East.. 
Durham, West . 



El^n, East.. 
Elgin, West.. 
Ensex, North 
Essex, South 

Frontenac 



Glengarry . . . 

Grenviile 

Grey, Centre 
Grey, North.. 
Grey, South.. 



Haldimand 

Haliburton . .. 

Haltoa 

Hamilton 

Hastings, Ea«t . . 
Hastings, North. 
Hastings, West . 
Huron, East .... 
Huron, South . . . 
Huron, Weat . . . 



Kent, East .... 
Kent, West .... 
Kingston, City . 

Lambton, East . 
Lambton, West 
Lanark, N^orth . 
Lanark, South . . 

Lennox 

Lincoln 

London 



Manitoulin 

Middlesex, East . 



98 



Amount 
1893-4. 



$ c. 

63 24 
208 02 

104 25 
84 (55 

182 75 

120 52 
1S4 41 

62 99 
129 30 

101 91 
47 93 

121 65 

141 76 

831 43 

89 96 

29 28 

170 16» 
1.S2 46 
589 87 
206 79 

32 16 

44 01 

108 74 
23 90 

102 63 
29 50 

118 10 
40 42 
76 02 

671 9S 
80 ori 
43 60 

653 10 
61 iO 
29 53 

170 21 

114 46 
382 32 
390 11 

ni 71 
227 67 
124 56 

105 11 
194 62 
161 23 
2k7 26 

86 95 
185 55 



Amount 
1894-5. 



$ c. 

83 85 

129 02 

148 17 

100 50 
96 89 

150 81 
73 28 
65 50 

183 21 

160 .SS 
58 25 
21 30 

44 07 
109 93 

130 04 



36 44 
119 08 
524 73 
160 90 

46 74 

77 58 
99 86 
13 8^ 
llfrSO 
39 89 

49 35 
11 67 

88 68 
489 94 

87 27 

29 86 

177 51 

37 12 
10 84 
66 18 

89 63 
270 67 

54 58 

121 64 
75 18 
147 55 
155 6.'> 
151 78 
29 71 
207 80 

135 60 
116 65 



Amount 
1895-6. 



$ c. 

61 27 
146 79 

212 88 
122 00 
144 49 
122 42 
106 42 
50 69 
61 09 

60 80 

61 14 
81 45 

166 83 
128 74 
1.% 76 
121 70 

89 75 
93 07 

398 22 
251 42 

50 76 

81 NJ 
99 58 
29 05 
98 06 
6450 

81 98 
35 78 
70 13 

468 24 
38 10 
16 70 

181 21 
21 07 
11 80 

124 08 

128 85 
247 10 
204 26 

48 11 
159 90 
lOo 84 
2H 85 
133 50 

45 28 
275 60 

90 73 
166 SO 



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A. 1897 



SCHEDULE K— Concluded. 



License district. 


Amount 
18934. 


Amount 
1894-5. 


Amount 
18956. 


Middlesex, North 


S c. 

184 99 
78 41 

58 28 
62 96 

22 41 
44 84 

4» 88 
168 49 
196 75 

148 81 
143 39 
574 94 
283 74 
449 32 

269 04 
146 22 
i:^9 80 

80 76 
88 64 

96 16 
138 96 

97 49 
87 20 

91 25 

i23'59 " * 

290 18 
112 54 

126 69 
142 56 
190 46 
223 70 

76 47 

2,302 18 

17 69 
164 46 

81 60 
264 19 
117 32 

29 25 

166 21 

39 02 

86 83 

59 00 

77 72 
166 23 
110 46 


$ c. 

163 75 
50 20 

78 60 
16 65 

28 15 
42 05 

8 95 
133 95 

127 15 

125 39 

69 83 
426 64 

79 45 
402 99 

128 70 

155 89 
116 41 

21 05 

97 71 
208 08 
100 90 

29 26 
96 56 

46 90 

8646 '" 

272 94 
121 67 

106 88 

105 10 

140 66 

65 94 

82 46 

2,888 02 

81 51 
76 83 

85 10 
67 00 

156 90 
46 05 

265 42 
85 97 
74 69 

70 49 

98 17 
155 19 
119 70 


$ c. 
141 78 


Middleiez, West 

Monek 


98 64 
33 74 


MuskokA '..'..','.'. 

Nipmnnff 


40 46 
18 97 


Norfolk,North 


31 02 


Norfolk, South 

Northumberland, Fast 


62 18 
118 01 


Northumberland, West 


140 66 


Ontario, North 


124 22 


Ontario, South 

OtUwa 


59 50 
412 05 


Oxford, North [ 


103 29 


Oxford, South 


58 10 


ParrySound 

Peel. 


197 17 
86 31 


Pertb,North ! . '.....[.',',[[.'. 

Perth, South 


101 63 
41 76 


Peterborough, East 




Peterborough, West 


92 15 


Port Arthur and Fort William 


118 28 


Preecott 

Prince Edwi^ 


40 85 
48 05 


Rainy River, North 


77 01 


Rainy River, South 

Renfrew, North 


6 86 
45 40 


Renfrew, South 


266 66 


Russell '.'..'.'..'.'.'.'. 

St. Oatbarinee, City 

Simeoe, Centre 


84 61 

42 86 
97 25 


Simcoe, East 


134 75 


Simooe, West 


60 18 


Stormont '..'.'.... 

Toronto 


78 55 

1,666 30 

32 12 


Tictoria, East 


Victoria, West 


159 37 


Waterloo, North 

Waterloo, South 

WeUand 


74 65 
66 54 
129 71 


Wellington, East 

Wellington, South 

Wellington, West 


18 82 
70 95 
86 81 


Wentworth, North 

Wentwortb, South 


49 63 
66 49 


York,E88t 


262 75 


York, North '.: 

York, West 


163 89 
374 44 






Total 


16,147 47 


12,752 72 


12,108 26 





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RECAPITULATION 



OF 



Receipts and EzpenditareB, 1893-94. 



Total Receipts, Schedule "C" $649,173 98 

Pidd to Munioipalitieg, Schedule " C " $282,473 97 

'• to Province, Schedule "A" 289,821 02 

*' for Inspectors' salaries and Commissioners' expenses; 

Schedule "D" 60,731 52 

** for sundries. Schedule " E " 16,147 47 

649,175 98 



1894-5. 

Total Receipts, Schedule " " $623,717 17 

Paid to Municipalities, Schedule " C " $9,72,101 31 

** to Province, Schedule " A " 277,478 99 

" for Inspectors' salaries and Commissioners' expenses, 

Schedule " D " 61,384 15 

" for sundries, Schedule " E " 12,752 72 

623,717 17 



1895-6. 

Total Receipts, Schedule "C" $615,290 38 

Paid to Municipalities, Schedule " C " $267,072 40 

" to Province, Schedule "A" 273,212 45 

" for Inspectors' salaries and Commissioners' expenses, 

Schedule " D " 62,897 28 

/f for sundries, Schedule " E " 12,108 25 

'] / 615,290 38 



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SCHEDULE G. 

Names and Post Office Addreasfes of the Inspectors of Licenses of the several License 

Districts throughout the Province. 



License distarioi. 



Addington 

Algoma 

BrMit, North 

Br»nt,8outh 

Br&ntford, City 

Biockville and Leeds 

Bruce, Centre 

Brooe, North 

Brace, South 

Cardwell 

Carleton 

Cornwall 

Bttfferin 

Dandas 

Durham, East 

Durham, West 

Elgin. East 

Elgin, West 

Ewex, North 

Essex, South 

Fort William 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Orenville 

Crey.Centre 

Grey, North 

Grey, South 

Haldimand 

Haliburton 

Halton 

Hamillon i 

^tmgB.Ea8t 



Inspector. 



James M. Smith 

A. G. Duncan 

Geo. Pike 

Isaac B. Merritt 

South worth Cole 

R. R. Phillips 

Alex. Campbell 

Alexander McCannel 

James Bryan 

G.N. Clark 

John O'Callaghan . . . . 

William Pollock 

J.F. Dodds. 

Asa Beach 

E. A. Powers 

Robert Knox 

Asa Miller , 

Alexander Beaton 

Gaepard Pacaud 

Alanson Elliott 

John Uadden , 

John DawBon , 

Archibald McNab 

Charles Chapman . . . , 

James Campbell 

C. C. Pearoe 

Thomas A. Harris 

Hiram Gee , 

William Prust 



T. A. Reynolds . . 

J. I Mackenzie . . 
Frederick Walter 

Michael Lally . . . . 

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P. O. address. 



Tamworth. 

Marksville. 

6rantford« 

Scotland. 

Brantford. 

Caintown. 

Kincardine. 

Port Elgin. 

Lucknow. 

Beeton. 

Kars. 

Cornwall. 

Orangeville. 

Iroquois. 

Port Hope. 

Orono. 

Aylmer. 

West Lome. 

Windsor. 

Oxley. 

Port Arthur. 

Wolfe Island. 

Alexandria. 

Prescott. 

Thornbury. 

Owen Sound. 

Durham. 

Fisherville. 

Haliburton. 

Oakville. 

Hamilton. 



Belleville. 

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SCHEDULE G,— Continued. 



License district. 



Hastings, North 

Hastings, West 

Huron, East 

Huron, South 

Huron, West 

Kent,East 

Kent, West 

Kingston 

Lambton, East 

Lambton. West 

Lanark, North 

Lanark, South 

Lennox 

Lincoln 

London 

Manitoulin 

Middlesex, East 

Middlesex, North 

Middlesex, West 

Monck 

Muskoka 

Nipissing 

Norfolk, North 

Norfolk, South 

Noithumberland, East 

Northumberland, West 

Ontario, North 

Ontario, South 

Ottawa I 

Oxford, North 

Oxford, South 

Parry Sound, East , 

Parry Sound, West 



Inspector. 



Edward Mouncey .... 

James St. Charles 

John R. Miller 

Wm. BaUantyne 

Wm. J. Paisley 

Thomas Boon 

Israel Evans 

William Glidden 

H. G. Taylor 

Reuben G. Palmer 

J. D. Robertson 

John McCann 

W. A. Rose 

R. Fowlie 

Robert Henderson 

J. B. White 

John Durand 

Daniel Schoff 

W. C. Robertson . . . . 

L. Massecar 

Elijah F. Stephenson . 

Napoleon Fink 

W. F. Nickerson . . . . 

James E. Decou , 

Patrick Gallagher .., 

James Bulger 

E. J. Breen 

John Ferguson 



P. O. address. 



John O'Reilly ^ 

Geo. E. St. George, Asst. Insp. & Prov. Officer/ 



William G. McKay 
Gordon H. Cook. . . . 
W. H. Silvester .... 
William Ireland.... 



Madoo. 
Belleville. 
Jamestown. 
Seaforth. 
Clinton. 
Bothwell. 
Chatham. 
Kingston. 
Wyoming. 
Sarnia. 
Almonte. 
Perth. 
Napanee. 
St. CatbarinsB. 
London. 
Manito waning. 
Dorchester Statiozk 
Clandeboye* 
Mount BrydgM. 
Dunnville. 
Biacebridge. 
I Mattawa. 
Simooe. 
Port Dover. 
Warkworth. 
Cobourg. 
Uxbridge. 
Whitby. 

Ottawa. 

Woodstock. 
IngersoU. 
Burk*s Falls. 
Parry Sound. 



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SCHEDULE G— Concluded. 



Licenae district. 



Inspector. 



Peel 

Perth, ^orth 

Perth, South 

Peterborough, East , 

Peterborough, Weet 

Port Arthur 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Rainy River, North 
Rainy River, South 



Joseph Foster .... 

Wm. Climie , 

John S. Coppin 

John James Crowe 
George Cochrane . 

John Hadden 

L. P. Labrosse 

D. L. Bongard . . . 
George Webster . . . 
Frank Gardner . . . 



Renfrew, North ! Alfred J. Fortier 

Renfrew, Bouth John Connolly 



Robt. Dow 
R. Fowlie.. 



Ruijsell 

St. Catharines 

Siinco«», Centre O. H. Lyan 

Simcoe, East Angus McKay 

Simcoe, West Hugh Wright 

Stormont i Donald P. McRinnon , 

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f Thomas Dexter, Chief 
Toronto -( ' John Wilson 



Thomas A. Hastings. 



Victoria, East | John Short 

\ 
Victoria, West , John Short 



Waterloo, North. 
Waterloo, South 
WelUnd 



Beojamin Devitt 

M. A. Abbey 

Archibald Thompson 



Wellington, East John Macdonald 



Wellington, South 
Wellington, West . 
Wentworth, North. 
Wentwoi'th, South. 

York, East 

York, North 

York, Wesc 



W. S. Cowan 

T. Flath 

Charles M. Jarvis . 
Thomas Macklem . 
James Eckardt . . . 

A. J. Hughes 

Wm. Pears 



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P. O. address. 



Brampton. 

Listowel. 

Mitchell. 

Warsaw. 

Peterborough. 

Port Arthur. 

Alfred. 

Picton. 

Fort Francis, 

Rat Portage. 

Pembroke. 

Admaston. 

Metcalfe. 

St. Catharines. 

Barrie. 

Orillia. 

Alliston. 

South Finch. 

Toronto. 

Lindsay. 

Lindsay. 

Waterloo. 

Preston. 

Welland. 

Flora. 

Guelph. 

Drayton. 

Dundas. 

Hamilton. 

Union ville. 

Sharon. 

Toronto Junction. 



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1896. 



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CONTENTS. 



Oommiflno&er'ii Report 6 

Report of the Arohiteet 7 

Report of the Bngineer 14 

Btetemeim of the Aoooimtent , S2 

Statameot of the Law Clerk » 



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COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOB THS 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

TOE THB TBAK ENDING SUrlDBOKMltEB, 

1896. 



To His Honour Oeoboe Airey Kirkpatrick, 

Lieutenant'Oov&t^nor of the ProviTice of Ontario, etc. 

In compliance with the provisions of the Statute in that behalf, I beg to 
irobmit the reports of the Departmental Architect and 'the Departmental En* 
gineer on the public buildings and works under the superintendence and control 
of the Public Works Department; and the Accountant and Law Clerk's usual 
statement of expenditures, etc. 

The report of the Architect gives full details of the works in connection 
with the several public institutions, and of the Le^slative and Departmental and 
other Provincial buildings. 

The Engineer s repoi-t contains details of the works connected with the con- 
struction and maintenance of jthe several locks and dams, and the swing and 
fixed bridges ^crossing same; and of the various timber dams and slides, and 
" the works of deepening and otherwise improving channels ^of the Provincial 
inland navigable lakes and rivers; also tabulated statement of all railways com- 
pleted in the Province, and the number of miles of railway now under construction 

The Accountant and Law Clerk's statement (Nos. 1 and 2) show the expen- 
ditures on capital account on public buildings and works during the year 1896 
and the total expenditures on same from Confedemtion to date of this 
report; also a statement of all contracts and bonds entered into with Her Majesty 

during the year 1896. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WM. HARTY, 

Commissioner. 
Dmpaslthsst of Public Works, Ontario, 

31st December, 1896. 

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THE ARCHITECT. 



Depabtment of Public Works, Ontario, 

Toronto, December Slst, 1896. 

Hon. Wiluam Harty, 

Commisaioner of Public Works. Ontario : — 

Sir, — I have the honor to present the following report of the work done by 
this branch in constructing, altering and repairing the various buildings, etc. 
under the control of this Department during the past year : 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, TORONTO. 

An addition has been built to coal vault, the work being done by institution 
labor. Repairs were made to roofs, and a covering of cement put on roofs of 
Cottages A and B, and to roofs of laundry and ice-house. 

ASYLUM BOR INSANE, ]&IMICO. 

Flans and specifications were prepared by the Department for a chapel and 
assembly hall, the first floor of which will be occupied as a storehouse, with 
ample storerooms, storekeepers office, boiler room, coal vaults, etc A spacious 
aucUtorium is located on the upper floor with chancel and vestries at the south 
end, and platform at the north end with two convenient ante-rooms adjoining and 
staircases from each leading directly to the ground There are also separate 
staircases at each side of the north end for patients, leading directly to the out- 
side, making in all four exits from the auditoriupi. The building will be heated 
with steam or hot water, and when completed will adequately fill the require- 
ments for which it is being erected. The foundations and a portion of the brick 
work has been constructed and the drains laid, the greater part of the work 
having been done by institution labor in a satisfactory manner. The work 
has been properly covered for protection from frost, etc, during the winter 
months, and building operations will be resumed as soon as the weather permits. 

A duplicate pump has been placed in the pumping station. Specifications 
were prepared for same, tenders received, and the contract awarded to Mr. A. J. 
Nie, of Hamilton, his being the lowest tender. The work has been properly done 
and the pump is working satisfactorily. 

The woman's pavilion has been completed. 

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The hot water heater, which is heated by exhaust steam from the engioe, 
was purchased from the Poison Iron Works of Toronto. 

A few necessary repairs have been made to the buildings. 

Owing to additional buildings having been erected, the electric plant had 
become inadequate, and in ^iew of the chapel and assembly hall being lighted, it 
was found necessaiy to increase the capacity to the extent of putting in a 500 
light auxiliary dynamo. The djoiamo has been purchased from the Royal 
Electric Company, to whom the contract was awarded after tenders had been 
received, theirs being the most satisfactory. 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, LONDON. 

An addition is bemg built to the Farmer's House, plans and specifications for 
aame having been prepared in the Department, and the work being partially done 
by institution labor 

Plans and specifications were prepared and tenders received for a porch to 
the front entrance of the north building, the old porch being so badly decayed as 
to necessitate its being taken down. The contract was awarded to Mr. William 
Gerry of London, whose tender was the lowest, and the work has been satis- 
factorily done. 

The machinery for agitator in sewage tank has been placed, and some 
necessary repairs made to the eaves and conductor pipes of buildings. 

A considerable portion of the fence to grounds was renewed, and new gates 
of iron are being placed to main entrance, the work being done under the 
Inspector's Department. 

' ASYLUM FOR INSANE, HAMILTON. 

The construction of the infirmary building in connection with the Asylum 
has been continued throughout the season, and it is now roofed in and the 
plastering finished. Operations will be continued and the work pushed to com- 
pletion in the early part of the coming year. # 

A steam connection pipe has been taken from the west boiler house at main 
building to the fire pump in the fire pumping station, and a branch from same 
continued from kitchen of East House to supply steam for heating cooking 
kettlcrj, which have been set up in the kitchen, the work being satisfactorily 
done, partially by institution labor and by day's work by men under the plumber 
of this Department. 

A duplicate pump has been erected at the pumping station on Queen street, 
the work being carried out in a satisfactory manner, by Mr. A J. Nie, of Hamilton, 
to whom the contract was awarded after tenders had been duly received, his 
being the lowest. It was also found necessary to make extensive repairs to the 
old pump, which had seen hard service and done good work for many years. 

An addition has been built to the piggery in connection with the farm 
buildings. 

Porches have been erected to east and west entrances of East House and 
alterations have been made to upper floors in front of main building, the windows 
being enlarged and openings formed to give additional light to corridors, the 
plans and specifications for which were made in this Department. 

Necessary repairs have been made to the eaves, conductors, etc., of the roofs 
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ASYLUM FOR INSANE, KINGSTON. 

Flans and specifications were prepared for an addition to the east wing of 
the main building, and tenders called for, the contract being awarded to the 
lowest tenderer — Mr. William Garson, of St. Catharines. Work was commenced 
early in June, the excavations for the foundations having been previously done 
by institution labor under a foreman. The building is practically completed, 
with the exception of the heating and plumbing, which will be put in as soon as the 
appropriation for same is passe; i by the Legislature, and the work will be finished 
early in the season. This addition has been erected to give the necessary accom- 
modation for w. c. s and bathing and will be fitted up on the several floors with 
a douche sy?item of bathing apparatus, which is extensively used in similar 
institutions in the United States, and the other fixtures will be the most modem 
of their various kinds. 

The walls of ice-house and coal vault, being a portion of the original build- 
ing, some of which had fallen, and others which were in danger of falling, had 
to be taken down and rebuilt, which has been done in a most s ibstantial manner. 
In rebuilding the ice-house the walls were carried to the same height as the walls 
of coal vault adjoining, in order to provide additional space for storage. 

Considerable pointing has been done to the joints of stone work of main 
and outbuildings, which had been damaged by the weather, the work being 
satisfactorily performed by men in the employ of the Department, a competent 
foreman .being placed in charge. 

ASYLUM FOR INSANE, BROCKVILLE. 

Plans and specifications were prepared for a residence for the medical 
superintendent, tenders were received, and the contract awarded to Mr. T. H. 
Fitzgibbon, of Brockville, his being the lowest tender. The work is well 
advanced and will be finished in the spring. Drainage, water supply and gas 
pipes to residence have been laid, as also an intercepting and main drain 1,083 ft. 
in length, which is connected with the sewer ; a portion of the work having been 
done by institution labor and the remainder by day's work in a satisfactory 
manner by men employed by the Department under the clerk of works.' 

Considerable work has also been done by the Inspector of Asylums in paving 
yards of farm buildings under the superintendence of the clerk of the works in 
charge of the medical superintendent's residence and other works in connection 
with this institution. 

Some necessary repairs have been made to the different buildings. 

ASYLUM FOR IDIOTS, ORILLIA 

Extensive repairs have been made to the galvanized iron work of roofs of 
the main building and passages connecting with the cottages, which had been 
damaged by the heavy snow storms last winter. Specifications were prepared and 
tendefrs duly called for, the contract being awarded to Messrs. Douglas Bros, of 
Toronto, theirs being the lowest tender. 'J'he work has been satisfactorily done 
under the inspection of the Department. 

Drains to carry off surface water from the main building have been laid 
imder the Inspector of Asylums' Department. 

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CENTRAL PRISON, TORONTO. 

Plans and specifications were prepared for forty- eight additional cells in the 
wings of the main building which have been erected, the work having been done 
in a very satisfactory manner by prison labor. Plans were a-so prepared for 
converting the the old hospital building, which has not been used for some years* 
into two dwellings for officials of the prison. 

REFORMATORY FOR BOYS, PENETANGUISHENE 

General repairs to the buildings in connection with the institution have been 
attended to. 

REFORMATORY FOR FEMALES TORONTO. 
Ordinary repairs have been attended to by the Inspector of Prisons, eta 

DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTE, BELLEVILLE. 

Ordinary repairs have been attended to, and a hot water heater — purchased 
from the Poison Iron Works of Toronto has been put in place. 

BLIND INSTITUTE, BRANTFORD. 

This building being in good condition only a few minor repairs have been 
required. 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, GUELPH. 

Plans and specifications were prepared for the rebuilding of the chemical 
laboratory, which was partially destroyed by fire on February 28th. Tenders 
were received and the contract awarded to the lowest tenderer, Mr. T. Matthews, 
of Guelph. This building, which was originally one storey high has been rebuilt 
two storeys in height, thereby giving required additional accommodation for 
classes, and much improving the building in every way. The laboratory is fuUy 
equipped, the ventilation being accomplished by means of the down draught 
system, worked. by a fan and electric motor. The building is heated by steam, 
the work being satisfactorily done by the engineer of the College. 

The ordinary and necessary repairs were made to the diflferent buildings. 

Considerable improvements have been made in the se^wage disposal system, 
the wooden tanks having been removed and replaced by larger ones of cement, 
the tank house being enlarged for same. The filter beds, which were constructed 
in 1891, have also been raised and enlarged The work has been satisfactorily 
completed under the directions of the Department. 

Other works in connection with this institution have been carried out by the 
College authorities. 

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT, NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS, 

TORONTO. 

An additional storey has been erected to the Education Department to give 
the necessary and much-needed accommodation to relieve the over-crowded con- 
dition of the building. This structure was erected in 1852, and before it was de- 

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cided to build the additional storey the walls were carefully examined and found 
to be as sound as they were at the time of construction, and although they now 
have to sustain at least one-third more weight than before the addition was 
erected, not a visible crack or check has taken place since the new work has been 
added. The old roof was not removed until after the new one was put on, this 
being done in sections and accomplished without any damage being done to the 
building by water or otherwise. The work of the Department of Education 
proceeded throughout the whole of the operations without interruption other than 
the sounds of the trowel, hammer, etc. The additional storey has been designed 
in conformity with the general design of the building, and is laid out in a series 
of spacious apartments arranged en suite, connected with arched openings, the 
northeast and northwest apartments being designed for picture galleries, 
which are lighted from the north by means of large skylights in the roof — the 
light being reflected and uniformly diffused through mural glass in the ceiling 
and when completed it is safe the say that these will be the finest picture galleries 
in the Province. The other apartments will be used as art galleries. 'Ihe con- 
tract for the work, excepting the steam heating and electric wiring, was awarded to 
Mr. John Damp, his being the most favorable tender. Work was commenced on 
the 17th of June and will be completed by the latter part of next month. The 
contract is being carried out in a satisfactory manner. 

The heating w^ork is being done by men in the employment of the Public 
Works Department under the superintendence of the Departmental plumber. 

New floors are being laid in the corridors and also in some apartments 
in the old portion of the building. 

Necessary repairs were made to the slating and galvanized iron work of the 
roofs of the Normal and Model School buildings. 

NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS. OTTAWA. 

The usual and necessary repairs were made throughout the buildings, exten- 
sive repairs being made to the old portions of the roofs, including the slating and 
galvanized iron work, which have been thoroughly overhauled. Repairs have 
also been made to the steam heating, and some additional radiators placed in 
apartments which were insuflSciently heated ; also to the fences and planking of 
yards. 

SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL SCIENCE, TORONTO. 

Alterations have been made on the third floor of the north wing, some of the 
partitions being taken down and the apartments enlarged to give more room for 
classes. A lavatory has also been fitted up on this floor, the work having been 
done by men employed by the Department under the carpenter and plumber of 
the Department. Considerable painting and kalsomining has been done and 
general repairs have been attended to 

OSGOODE HALL. TORONTO. 

A cottage for caretaker has been erected on the northwest angle of the 
grounds, the contract having been executed in a satisfactory manner by Mr. 
Henry Martin, of Toronto, his tender being the lowest. The building has been 
occupied for some time, and is heated by a hot air furnace, the work having been 
done by Messrs. Wheeler & Bain, of Toronto, to whom the contract was awarded, 
theirs being the lowest tender. 

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The necessary repairs were made to furniture, etc. The walls and ceilings 
to some oF the apartments and corridors in west wing were painted and kalso- 
mined and other repairs to the buildings have been made as required. 

Additions, repairs, etc., have been made to the various gaols and lock-ups 
throughout the districts and furniture supplied as required, the annual inspection 
of those in the northwestern portion of the Province having been made in July 
by Mr. Kivas Tully, Consulting Architect and Engineer of the Depai-tment, the 
works attended to being as follows : — 

ALQOIIA DISTRICT 

Repairs, painting, etc , have been made to the court house and gaol, Sault 
Ste. Marie, to the gaol at Manitowaning, and to the court house at Little Current. 

THUNDER BAY DISTRICT. 

The necessary repairs have been made to the gaols at Port Arthur and Fort 
William, fire extinguishers and hose having been supplied to the latter institution. 

MUSKOKA DISTRICT. 

Sundry repairs have been made to the Sheriffs oflBce at Bracebridge, alao to 
the lock-up at Burk's Falls. 

PARRY SOUND DISTRICT. 

The installation of electric lighting to court room, etc., has been made and 
sundry repairs attended to. 

NIPISSING DISTRICT. 

An addition has been built to the gaol and court house at North Bay to 
increase the number of cells and to give accommodation for the gaoler, the apart- 
ments formerly occupied b^ him being occupied as public offices. The contract 
has been satisfactorily performed by Mr. William Clarke of Toronto, his tender 
being the lowest. Furniture has also been supplied for the court room. 

A kitchen has been fitted up in the basement of the gaol at Sudbury and 
slight repairs made thereto. 

RAINY RIVER DISTRICT. 

The outside of the gaol and court house at Eat Portage have been veneered 
with brick and necessary repairs made to the building ; the instalment of the 
electric light has been completed. 

GOVERNMENT HOUSE. 

The necessary repairs have been made to the buildings as required, the out- 
side wood and iron work of the main building, which had not had anjiihing done 
to them for some time, were painted, as also the conservatory, the work having 
been let by contract after tenders had been duly received, to Mr. Wm. Elliott, his 
being the lowest. The usual amount of repairs have also been made to furni- 
ture, etc. 

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NEW PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS. 

Ordinary lepairs have been made and the building kept in good condition 
generally. The pump and apparatus for fire protection has been properly tested 
and found to work satisfactorily, and the heating and electric plant has been 
kept in good order. A granolithic walk has been laid from the main entrance to 
the crescent road south of the Macdonald monument, and a similarly constructed 
walk has been laid from the Speaker s entrance to the road immediately north 
of the buildings, the work having been properly done under contract by Messrs. 
Gardiner & Co., of Toronto. A fence of wrought iron tubing has also been 
erected along the boundary line of the Government property to the north of the 
buildings, being continued southerly on the east and west sides of the grounds as 
far as the driveway in front of the buildings to prevent persons from walking on 
the grasa A considerable amount of sodding has been done, and large flower 
beds placed in an artistic manner in suitable locations, and the gi'ounds and roads 
have also been kept in good order generally. The statue of the Hon. George 
Brown has been removed from the rear of the buildings to its present position 
in front. 

RONDEAU PARK. 

A house for the Park Ranger, also a bam and stable, and a pavilion for the 
public have been erected at Rondeau Park, which is rapidly becoming a favorite 
summer resort ; plans and specifications having been prepared for same and the 
work done in a satisfactory manner by men employed by the Department under a 
competent foreman. 

I have the honor to remain, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

FRANK R HEAKES, 

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REPORT 



09 



THE ENGINEER. 



Department of Public Works, Ontario, 

Toronto. December 31st., 1896 

Hon. Wm. Hartt, 

Commissioner of Public Works, Ontario : — 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit the following report on the construction 
and maintenance of Public Works, also respecting the extension of railways 
throughout the Province during the year 1896 : — 

GEORGIAN BAY IMPROVEMENT. 

An appropriation of $500 was granted last session for service on the improve- 
ment of what is known as the inner channel of the Georgian Bay, and the works 
which have been attended to are as follows : — 

At the narrows, situated about two miles southerly from Parry Sound, two 
shoals of rock, which seriously interfered with navigation during low water, 
have been blasted and improved — one for a lenuth of fifty feet and a width 
of eleven feet, and the other for a length of eight feet and a width of four feet, 
the average depth of excavation on both being a bi>ut two feet, and a buoy has been 
placed above the narrows indicating the proper position of the channel. 

At the seven mile narrows ^ strip of rock forty-five feet in length and three 
feet in width has been removed for a depth of eighteen inches, and the channel 
has also been improved by the removal of some loose stone from the northerly 
entrance. 

In order to carry out the improvement it was necessary to utilize the 
Departmental diving apparatus in both places, the broken rock being raised by a 
derrick out of the water and deposited on a crib, upon which it was conveyed to 
favourable places and disposed of. 

The work was commenced on the 9th of May and continued until the 30th 
of June, when it was completed. 

MUSKOKA LAKES WORKS. 

Improvemknt of Wallace's Cut. 

As stated in my report for 1896 the improvement of this channel, which 
forms one of the outlets of Muskoka Lake into Bala I5ay, was well advanced, 
when, owing to the severity of the weather, the work had to be suspended in the 

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latter part of November of that year. Operations were again resumed on the 1st 
of April of the present year, and continued until the 13th of May, when the 
improvement was completed. 

The work consisted of the removal of the coffer-dam at the westerly end of 
the rock cutting and the blasting and removal of a point of rock ; also the 
removal of a quantity of loose rock from the southerly side of the cutting, and 
the grading of the earth and trimming up of the bank to give the necessary side 
slope on the northerly side. 

A bend in the channel at the westerly end of the rock cutting has also been 
improved by the removal 700 cubic yards of material, and a rock which endan- 
gered navigation at the easterly end has been blasted and removed and some 
additional dredging done in the recently excavated channel adjoining this end of 
the cutting. 

An additional buoy has also been provided at each end of the new channel 
and three have been planted in Lake Muskoka, one on a shoal northeast of what 
is known as the " Lower Narrows " and the others on similar obstructions situated 
between Beaumaris and Port Carling. 

Joseph River Improvement. 

This river, which is the natural outlet of Lake Joseph into Lake Roeseau, has 
been improved during the present year so as to enable small steamers to navigate 
it, which formerly were unable to do so. 

The work, which commenced on the 15th of May, consisted of the enlarge- 
ment of the channel excavated through a shoal some years ago for the accommoda- 
tion of .small boats, and also the removal of a number of boulders from the bed 
of the stream at a point known as " Tuck's Narrows/' The excavation consisted 
entirely of rock, which, after being blasted, was removed by a dredge, the work 
being continued until a channel twenty-five feet in width and four feet in depth 
had been provided, after which' the removal of boulders was attended to, the 
whole being completed on the 8th of June. The carrying out of this improve- 
ment will not only benefit the settlers and lumbermen, by lessening the difficulty 
of driving saw-logs, etc., down the stream, but it is also likely to prove of con- 
siderable importance to parties owning sm ill steamers on these waters, as by 
taking this route the distance which fonnerly had to be travelled in order to 
reach Port Cockburn and other points at the upper end of Lake Joseph will be 
lessened by about six miles. 

Upon the completion of the work at Joseph River the dredge was taken to 
Port Carling, where some loose rock which interfered with navigation was 
removed from the channels both above and below the lock, after which the plant 
was taken to Gravenhurst and the machinery and two scows shipped to Hunts- 
ville for service on Peninsula Creek. 

MAGNETAWAN WORKS. 

Li order to carry out the extensive improvements which have been made to 
these works during the present year, it was necessary to construct coffbr-dams 
both above and below the lock, and of course close it to navigation, but before 
doing so every possible preparation was made for the expeditious performance of 
the work, it being of consiaerable importance not only to parties interested in the 
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carried out and completed with the least possible delay, and so complete were 
the arrangements made, that in less than three days from the time of closing, the 
lock chamber was successfully un watered, which enabled the repairs to be at 
once proceeded with. Before the lock was closed the Navigation Company placed 
one of their steamers above and another below it, so that after operations were 
commenced, the daily trip^ were made as usual between Burk*s Falls and Ali-Mic 
Harbour, the only inconvenience experienced being the trans- shipment of pas- 
sengei-s and freight at Magnetawan while tlie work was in progress, which was 
from the 24th of July to the 8th of September. 

The improvements and repairs which have been attended to are as 
follows : — 

The entire sheeting has been removed from the lock- walls and the face of the 
timl)er cribwork hewn plumb ; all open joints and seams in it being filled with pine 
wedges ; and all loose and defective concrete has been removed from around the 
foundation timbers and replaced with new material. The walls have been re- 
sheeted with a double thickness of one and a half inch pine planking, the v^hole 
being well jointed and driven close with keys every six feet and securely fastened 
to the cribbing with four inch and tjeven inch ship spikes. 

Upon the planking being removed from the mitre-sill platforms it was dis- 
covered that the upper sill had raised one inch from its proper position and the 
lower one four inches, and that the concrete tilling was not in position to prevent 
leakage. This filling was therefore removed and the sills forced back into position 
and securely bolted, after which the spaces were refilled with concrete and again 
properly covered with new planking. 

The concrete in the lock-walls in rear of the quoin posts was also found to 
be in a defective state and unfit to satisfactorily serve the intended purpose ; 
consequently, it also was removed and replaced with proper material. 

A large quantity of loose rock, which during time of freshet interfered some- 
what with the flow of the w^ater after passing the dam, has been removed from 
the westerly side of the lock-wall and a quantity of concrete has been placed 
alongside the foundation timbers on this side to prevent the water finding ite way 
under the cribwork and creating leakage by afl'ecting the concrete in the 
chamber. 

The lock-walls have been provided with new stringers and the balance beam 
platforms have been rebuilt and enlarged, the whole being covered with three- 
mch planking, which is securely fastened with f x 7 inch ship spikes and 
the lock-gates have been reHtted to the mitre-sills and provided with new foot- 
walks, and the valves and rods overhauled and repaired where necessary, the gates 
also receiving two coats of paint. 

As the leakage at the dams adjoining the lock had been considerable, a 
thorough examination was made while the basin above w^as dry, when, after the 
debris and gravel had been cleaned away to the foundation, it was ascertained 
that water had been escaping in several places through loose rocks and fissures 
which extended under the structure. 

The loose rock was therefore removed and all voids filled with concrete and 
any open joints in the cribwork were also filled by inserting pine wedges and 
shingles, after which the entire face of the cribbing, including the sides of the 
openings as far back as the stop-log checks, was sheeted with IJ inch dressed and 
jointed planking and the entire structure well gravelled. 

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freshet, has been enlarged and improved for a length of 198 feet, a width of 
twenty-eight feet and to a depth of three feet ; the materials removed in the 
carrying out of the work consisting of earth and a considerable quantity of solid 
and loose rock, also numerous stumps and pieces of flood wood. 

The swing bridge situated a short distance from the lock has been provided 
with one new wheel for the turntable and the swinging gear o herwise repaired 
Repairs have also been made to the suspension rods and a new piece of^ 12 x 
15 inch timber sixteen feet in length provided at the toe of the structure. 

Two buoys have been put down in the river indicating the position of rocky 
shoals, one being situated about 4 JO yards below the bridge and the other about 
half a mile further down the stream. 

The dam at the outlet of Ah-Mic Lake has been supplied with two new stop- 
logs twenty-six feet in length each, and the pier at the easterly end twelve feet 
square, has been rebuilt a height of five feet with hemlock timber, and three 
pieces of half inch chain with the necessary hooks and rings have been provided 
to enable the guide booms in the river above the dam to be better secured. 



Peninsula Creek Canal. 

An appropriation of 32,500 was granted last session for expenditure on the 
improvement of this channel which connects Faity and Peninsula Lake^.. 

Owing to the dredging plant being required on the Muskoka Lakes in thf 
early part of the season and considerable repairs and fitting up having to be 
attended to after it was transported to this locality, the commencement of the 
work was delayed until the 8th of July. 

Operations were commenced opposite the guide pier at the easterly or Penin- 
aala Lake end of the canal, the dredging being continued until the 19th of 
October when the channel had been improved for a length of 2,100 feet and to a 
width of forty-five feet, a depth of eight feet at low water being provided. 

Three of the cribwork piers constructed some years ago to prevent the earth 
from the banks from finding its way into the channel, have been taken down to 
the water s edge and rebuilt, and long hemlock ties twelve inches in diameter and 
extending from the cribwork into the bank where they are securely bolted to 
posts have been provided, to assist in resisting the pressure of the high bank 
along this portion of the canal, and at several points some additional stone filling 
has also been put into the cribwork. 

A dry stone pier eighteen feet in length, four feet in width and seven feet in 
height has been constructed to support the end of the bridge across the canal, 
a new 8 x 12 inch sill, sixteen feet in length, being provided to receive the 
stringers; and the trestle bent adjoining the stone pier, also the one next the canal, 
have been supplied with new bottom and mud sills and several of the other bents 
have been straightened up and also provided with the latter. 

The dry stone retaining wall at the northerly end of the bridge has been 
repaired and the roadway graded so as to carry the water away from the struc- 
ture, and the beacons indicating the position of the channel at each end of th^ 
canal have also been repaired and repainted. 

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GULL AND BURNT RIVER WORKS. 

The improvements attended to out of this appropriation during the present 
year consisted of the re-construction of three dams, which, owing to decay of the 
material of which they were formed, had become in a leaky and unsafe condition ; 
also the extension of the slide at the outlet of Hawk Lake, the details of the 
work done being as follows : 

KENESIS LAKE DAM. 

The dam at the outlet of this lake, situated in the township of Havelock, 
county of Haliburton, which was erected by the Department in 1877, has been 
rebuilt from low water up, and in order to increase the capacity of this valuable 
reservoir, the superficial area of which is about 3,490 square acres, the structure 
has been raised three feet in height which necessitated an extension of fifty feet 
in len^h and also an increase of the width in places. 

The new dam is 208 feet in lengthy 18 feet in width and 10 feet in height 
above the slide flooring, the average total height being about 14 feet. It is pro- 
vided with one stop-log opening 18 feet in width and a cribwork apron 75 feet 
in length and 12 feet in width, also a stop-log platform 34 feet in length and 12 
feet in width, both apron and platform being covered with three-inch pine plank- 
ing. The cribwork is constructed with 10 x 12 and 12 x 12 inch square 
hemlock, the timber being fastened together with J inch iron drift bolts 22 inches 
in length, and the entire cribwork has been compactly filled with stone and the 
face of the structure well graveled to make it water-tight. The necessary stop- 
logs and windlasses and chains, etc., required for raising and lowering them have 
fdso been provided. 

The timber required for the constniction of the structure was obtained in 
the adjoining township of Sherborne, the entire material, with the exception of 
the planking, being made by employees of the Department. 

BIG BEAR LAKE DAM. 

This dam, situated in the township of Glamorgan, county of Haliburton, 
has also been rebuilt a height of six feet or from low- water up, and the slide has 
been extended a length of 20 feet. The dam is 80 feet in length and 11 feet in 
width with a slide opening formed in the cribwork 8 feet in width, the length of 
the slide being now 44 feet. 

The dam is constructed with 10 x 12 and 12 x 12 inch pine and hemlock 
timber, the whole being fastened together with | inch iron drift bolts and the 
cribwork filled with stone. It is provided with a stop-log platform 24 feet in 
length and 12 feet in width, the flooring being formed with 3 inch pine planking, 
fastened with f x 7 inch pressed spikes, and is supplied with the necessary stop- 
logs and proper appliances for raising and lowering them as may be required. 

The slide is constructed with bents placed 4 feet apart from centres. The 
floor sills, posts, braces and sides being of 10 x 12 inch hemlock timber, the whole 
fastened together with | inch iron drift bolts and the flooring is of 4 x 12 inch 
birch secured to the sills with J x 8 inch pressed spikes. 

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GRACE LAKE DAM. 

The reconstruction of this dam, which is situated in the township of Mon- 
mouth, county of Ualiburton, was commenced in the latter part of June and con- 
tinued until the 31st July, when the work was completed 

It is 178 feet in length and 10 feet in width with three piers in same 10 feet 
in width, and 20 feet in length each, forming two stop -log openings 6 and 12 feet 
in width respectively, and is provided with a cribwork apron 63 feet in length 
and 20 feet in width, and a stop-log platform 44 feet in length and 12 feet in 
width, both being floored with three inch planking. 

The structure has been rebuilt from the water up, a height of six feet, the 
cribwork being formed with 10 x 12 and 12 x 12 inch pine and hemlock timber 
fastened together in the usual manner with J inch iron drift bolts, the whole 
being compactly filled with stone. 

The face- of .the dam has also been gravelled to make it water-tight, and the 
necessary appliances for handling the stop-logs have been supplied. , 



HAWK LAKE SLIDE. 

In order to facilitate the passage of saw logs and timber down the tortuous 
rocky gorge which forms the outlet of this lake in the township of Stanhope^ 
county of Haliburton, the slide has been extended 115 feet in length, the width 
being 12 feet in the clear. It is constructed with three longitudinal stringers of 
12 X 12 inch square timber and framed bents of 10 x 12 hemlock, placed 5 feet 
apart from centres. The sides are also formed of 10 x 12 inch hemlock, except at 
points at which it was necessary, owing to the sinuosity of the channel, to put a 
bend in the structure, where birch, a timber better fitted to withstand the chafing 
of the logs when in transit through it, has been provided, and the flooring is also 
of birch 6 inches in thickness. The slide is braced every ten feet with round 
timber struts which are securely fastened to it and to the rock on each side. 

The superstructure rests upon cribwork constructed of round timber, which 
IB fastened together with iron arif t bolts, the timbers in the balance of the work 
being secured in a similar manner. 

In the carrying out of the improvement it was necessary to take down and 
rebuild 30 feet in length of the old slide in order to enable it to be properly con- 
nected with the new work, and several large boulders which formed obstructions 
in the stream below the foot of the new structure have been blasted and removed 
from the channel. 

A cofler-dam was put in at the outlet of the lake and the bed of the stream 
unwatered in order to enable ihe cause of leakage, which was at times noticed as 
taking place, to be ascertained, when it was discovered that at some little distance 
above the dam the water found its way through some loose rocks into a crevice 
through which it forced itself and found an outlet below. These rocks were 
removed to a depth of about ten feet and the space which they occupied tilled 
with gravel, and although the leakage has not oeen altogether stopped, it has 
been so greatly lessened that the quantity of water now escaping in this way is 
of no material consequence. 

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SCUGOG RIVER IMPROVEMENT. 

An appropriation of $3,000 was granted last session for service on the 
i»iprovement of this stream in the town of Lindsay, and the work was com- 
menoed in the early part of August and continued until the 20th day of October. 

It consisted of deepening and increasing the width of the channel between th© 
lock and the Wellington sSeet swing bridge, so as to enable the larger sized 
steamers in the locality to navigate this portion of the river during the seas9na of 
low water, which at times they were formerly unable to do. The improvement 
will also render it less difficult to turn the steamers around and will greatly 
facilitate the handling of tugs having scows or rafts in. tow, immediately before 
entering or after leaving the lock. 

The mat^al removed consisted principally of limestone rock, which after 
being blasted was raised from the bed of the river by a steam dredge and 
deposited on scows upon which it was taken to convenient points and disposed of. 
The excavation amounted to about 5,000 cubic yards of which 4,000 yard^ was 
rock and the balance earth and gravel. 

In order to prevent the earth along the rivej bank from finding its way into 
the channel, a breast wall constructed of 10x12 inch hemlock timber has been pro- 
. vided for a length of 241 feet along the northerly side of the stream, 201 feet of 
which averages about 8 feet in height and the remainder 2 feet, the whole being- 
solidly bolted and secured to the rock in such a manner as to prevent it bping 
displaced by the pressure of the material behind, and the cribbing at the west- 
erly end has been extended *^0 feet in length and 7 feet in height, so as to 
connect it with the new breast wall. 

The southerly side of the river has also been provided with two courses of 
12x12 inch hemlock timber for a length of 130 feet, in order to protect the por- 
tion, of the bank, immediately west oi the town wharf, from injury by the watiQC- 

UWION CREEK IMPROVEMENT. 

ffhe improvements made to this creek during the present year have been as 
follows : — 

A channel has been blasted through two shoals of rock situated in the 
township lof Gal way, one on lot 24 in concession A, and the other on lot No. 1 
in the 1 0th concession, and a quantity of loose rock and boulders which inter- 
fered with the flow of the water have also been removed from the stream. 

The removal of these obstructions will greatly facilitate the driving of saw- 
logs and timber, and as the bed of the creek has been lowered about twenty-two 
inches the carrying out of the work will also have a most beneficial eflTect on low- 
lying lands in the locality, of which there is a considerable quantity. 

The balance of the work attended to consisted of the removal of falleq 
timber, sunken logs, brush and other debris from the stream, also the cutting 
away of sharp bends which interfered with the free passage of the water, 
improvements of this description being placed on lots 2, 3 and 4, in the 12th 
concession, and on the easterly branch from where it joins the main stream up to 
the road between the 12th and 13th concessions, also on the southerly branch, oa 
k)t8 9 and 10, in the 9th concession. 

The work was commenced on the 24th of September and completed on the 
15th of October. 

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NATION RIVER. 

A re-vote was taken last session of the tippropriation of $2,000.00 granted 
in 1895 to aid in the reconstruction of a bridge over this river at the village of 
Casselraan, on condition that the additional amount necessary to carry out the 
work be provided by the village and the township of Cambridge, and the united 
<x)unties of Prescott and Russell. 

Upon .the Department being notified in the early part of the present year 
that the work had been completed, examination was made, and as it was found 
aatisfactorily carried out, a cheque for the amount of the appropriation was in 
due course forwarded to the treasurer of the united counties of Prescott and 
Russell. 

The bridge consists of three pin connected trusses, constructed on what is 
known as the ** Pratt" principle, the spans being 105 feet in length, each from 
•eentre to centre of end pins, and the clear width of roadway is sixteen feet. 

The trusses and floor beams are constructed of steel, the floor joists being 
^3x12 inch pine placed two feet apart from centres, and the flooring 3 inch 
planking, with 4x6 inch wheel guards provided at the sidea 

The piers upon which the superstructure rests are constructed of oourse*^ 
limestone masonry, the cut- waters, copings and bridge seats being dressed, and * 
chisel draft one and a half inches in width worked on each angle The remain- 
ing portion of the work is left rock-faced, the whole being laid in Portland 
Anient mortar and the joints neatly pointed, thus making a good substantial job. 

This bridge was badly required and will prove a great convenience, not only 
to residents of the village in which it has been erected and the township of 
Cambridge, but also to many persons whose residences are situated in th6^ town- 
Aips of South Plantagenet and the northerly portion of Roxborough, whose 
Dearest railway station is located on the westerly side of the river at this poini 



MAINTENANCE LOCKS, DAMS AND BRIDGES, Etc. 

The repairs and improvements which have been attended to out of this 
appropriation during the present year are as follows : — 



Dam and Slide at Norland. Gull River. 

During the season of 1895 a drive of saw logs formed a jam in the river 
below this slide, the logs piling up in it to such an extent that the westerly side 
was broken away for a length of 83 feet, and some of the flooring and cross sills 
aeriously damaged. This injury has been made good by rebuilding the side with 
10 X 12 inch hemlock timber, the whole being fastened togethei' with seven-eighth 
inch iron drift bolts twenty two inches in length. The slide has also been sup- 
plied with two new floor sills and two new stop-log^, and oak pieces have been 
put on the comers of the piers at the entrance to it to protect them from injury. 
The flooring of the damaged portion has also been renewed three feet in width, 
wid the remainder repaired and refastened with | inch iron drift bolts. 

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Dam and Slide at Elliott's Falls, Gull River. 

The slide opening at the easterly end of this dam has been supplied with two 
new stop-logs and two stop-log posts, also two windlasses and frames, and the stop- 
log platform 34 feet in length and 12 feet in width has been re-floored with. 3 
inch hemlock planking, and the flooring of the slide opening repaired and fastened 
with f inch drift bolts. 

The waste sluice at the westerly end of the dam has been provided with new- 
hardwood flooring 6 inches in thickness, also two new stop- log posts, four new 
stop-logs and one new windlass frame, and a course of 12'x li'' hemlock timber 
has been put on the westerly pier and the mill flume in the wing dam supplied 
with five new stop-logs. 

Dam and Slide at Workman's Mills. 

These works, situated on the Gull River a short distance from the village of 
Minden were constructed during the winter of 1873 and 1874, but since then 
improvements have been requiied and attended to at different times until the 
entire structure has been renewed, the re-construction of the easterly portion of 
the dam and a considerable portion of the slide being attended to during the 
present year, the details of the work being done as follows : — 

Three piers 20 feet in length and 10 feet in width each have been taken 
down and rebuilt 7 feet in height with 10"x 12^^ and 12''x 12*^ hemlock timber, 
which is fastened together with 2{ inch rock elm treenails, except at the comers- 
where f'^ iron drift bolts have been used, the cribbing being compactly filled with 
stone. 

The openings between the piers have been supplied with new posts and 
fourteen new stop-logs, also the necessary windlasses and chains, and a new 
platform 66 feet in length and 12 feet in width has been constructed, tha 
flooring being formed with three inch pine planking, fastened to the 8tring;era 
with I X 7' pressed spikes. In order to prevent the stop-log posts from being 
injured by logs when entering the slide, wedge shaped pieces of oak have been 
provided on the sides of the openings and the comers of the piers have been 
covered with similar material to protect them also from injury. 

The slide which is 205 feet in length and which formerly had a uniform 
width of iO feet has been altered for a length of 83 feet at the lower end, in 
which distance the descent is much more rapid than in the portion above, 'i h» 
alteration consisted of the reconstruction of this part in such a manner as to 
gradually decrease the bottom width to 12 feet at the extreme end, the sides 
being battered out to the full width at the top ; the object in doing this being to 
contract the waterway so as to enable a suflBcient depth to be maintained in the 
structure to float the logs clear of the flooring, which it was formerly impossible 
to do owing to the steep gradient. 

The new work has been constructed with 12 x 12 inch cross-sills and 10x12 
inch batter posts, placed at 5 feet centres, the batter posts being framed into thd 
floor sills and securely bolted to the old crib work, which formerly served as the 
side of the slide ; the framework being covered on the bottom and lower portion 
of the sides with six inch hardwood planking, and the remainder with four inch 
hemlock. 

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The bottom of the balance of the slide has also been rebuilt with similar new 
floor sills and planking, and the crib work on the northerly side has been 
extended for a length of 30 feet, and on the southerly side rebuilt for the same 
difitanca 

Horse Shoe Lake Dam. 

The dam at the outlet of this lake has been supplied with two new wind- 
lasses and a portion of the flooring in the slide opening, which was worn out by 
logs passing over it, has been repaired with six inch maple planking. 

HalVa Lake Dam and Olance Pier. 

This dam has been supplied with two new stop-logs and the glance pier be- 
low has been provided with four new ties, two being six feet, and the others 
twenty and twenty seven feet in length each respectivel3^ The pier has been also 
repaired by rebuilding a portion thirty feet in length and four feet in height 
with hardwood timber, at a point where there is a bend iij the structure. 

Baas Lake Daw,. 

The eastern end of this dam has been rebuilt thirty-seven feet in length and 
three feet in height ; and the sides of the slide opening have also been rebuilt 
and new flooring for it provided. The dam has also been supplied with a set of 
new stop-logs, and the necessary appliances for raising and lowering them ; also 
a new stop-log platform, and the entire face of it 109 feet in length has been 
covered with two inch plunking, with one inch lumber placed over wie joints, the 
whole being well gravelled and made water-tight 

Otter and White Lake Dams, 

The dams at the outlets of these two lakes have each been supplied with 
two new stop-logs and some gravelling has also been done at Otter Lake dam. 

Nogie*8 Creek. 

A dam euid slide have been constructed on the main channel of this creek at 
the falls at the foot of what is known as the " Big ^arsh." 

The dam is foi-ty-seven feet in length, ten feet in width and eleven feet in 
height, built of 10 x 12-inch hemlock timber and compactly filled with stone. 

The slide, 106 feet m length and three feet six inches in width at the bottom 
with sides averaging about four feet in height and splaying outward eight inches 
to the footj is constructed with three stringers of 10 x 12-inch timber, which sup- 
ports framed bents placed at four feet centres ; the bents being constructed with 
8 X 10-inch sills and 5 x 6-inch posts and braces — the whole being of hemlock. 
The flooring is of birch four inches in thickness fastened with J x 8- inch pressed 
spikes, and the sides are of 3 x 12-inch pine planking. 

A pile dam twenty-five feet in length and five feet six inches in height, 
covered with three-inch hemlock planking on the face has also been constructed 
across the easterly channel and the dam across the westerly channel thirty-six 
feet in length and five feet six inches in height, which was formerly covered with 
poles, has been repaired with hemlock planking and gravelled to make it water- 
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Mary 8 and Fairy Lakes Lock, Dam and Bridges. 

The centre pier of the swing bridge across the canal at this lock, twenty-six 
feet in length and ten feet in width, has been rebuilt a height of three feet and 
the bridge has been adjusted. 

The dam has been gravelled and supplied with two new windlasses and two 
new stop-logs, and the roadway bridge above has been repaired by putting 
twenty-seven new planks in the flooring and tightening all bolts and truss rocLs 
in the structure. 

Port Sandfield Swing Bridge, Etc.^ 

Repairs have been made to the foundation timbers and swinging gear of this 
bridge, and the approaches sixty-six feet and twenty-eight feet in length each 
respectively, have been provided with new floors of three inch hemlock planking 
and new handrailings, jbhe latter receiving two coats of tire-proof paint. 

The lamps on the cribwork alongside the canal have also been repaired and 
steps provided to facilitate reaching them. 

Muskoka Lake Dams, 

The dam across the southerly outlet of the lake at Bala has been supplii^ 
With four new windlass frames, one new windlass and one new stop-log, and the 
stop-log platform has been repaired in several places. 

The highway bridge, situated a short distance below this dam, has also been 
supplied with some new floor plAnking and other slight repairs made thereto. 

The dam across the northerly outlet has been provided with two new stop* 
logs, one new windlass and two new platform stringers, and repairs have also 
been made to the windlass frames and flooring of the stop-log platform. 

Port Carling Locky Dam and Swing Bridge, 

The balance beams of this lock have received two coats of white paint and 
the planking in the lock chamber has been repaired in several places and a new 
foot w^alk constructed on the lower gates. 

The dam has been supplied with two new windlasses and the stop-log plat- 
form repaired, and repairs have also been made to the flooring of the swing 
bridge and to the end of the northerly approach thereto. 

Pigeon River Davi and Slide, Etc. 

These works, situated at what is known as the " High Falls " on this stream, 
in the Township of Pardee, were considerably damaged by ice during the spring 
freshet of the present year, necessitating the following repairs and improvements 
to be made : 

The easterly and westerly piers above the dam have been rebuilt five feet in 
height, and the centre pier, which had been carried slightly out of its proper 
position, has been enlarged to 12 x 20 feet square, or double the size it was 
originally constructed, and the three piers have been sheeted on the outside with 
two and three-inch pine planking, securely fastened with wrought spikes, and 
the cribwork compactly filled to the top with stone. 

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The face of the dam has also been sheeted with three-inch pine planking, 
and tlie entire structure gravelled and made water-tight. 

A pier has been constructed on the westerly bank of the river at a pomt 
about thirty feet above the dam, where a considerable hole had been washed, to 
prevent further damage of this description being done by ice and water. The 
pier is twenty-seven feet in length, twelve feet in width and seven feet in height, the 
front being constructed of sawn pine timber and the back of round spruce, 
the crib-work being filled with stone and the top covered with three-inch pine 
planking which is securely fastened with seven-inch wrought spikes. 

The slide has been extended fifty feet in length, the end being supported and 
also protected from injury by a pier constructed of round spruce timber. The 
pier is twenty-four feet in length, sixteen feet in width and an average height of 
seven feet, the crib- work being filled with stone. 

The works were comnttineed in the early part of August and completed 
about the end of September. 

Young's Point Lock and Swing Bridge, etc. 

The gates of this lock have been provided with new quoin posts and the tops 
of the^ Draeketted to prevent overflow during the seasons of high water, and 
repairs have also been made to the valves and appliances for working same. 

The foot-walk on the upper gate has been re-constructed and on the lower 
one repaired, and the recesses of both gates have been cleaned out and some loose 
stone and sunken logs removed from the channels both above and below the lock, 
the work being done by a diver. The joints of the masonary in the lock-walls 
have also been re-filled and pointed up with Portland cement mortar and repairs 
have been meide to the planking on the guide pier below the lock, and a new set 
of stop -logs provided for the head of the canal above. 

The swing bridge has been supplied with one wheel, also a new timber 
circle an i a concrete and stone foundation for the turntable, and masonry re- 
taining walls have been constructed at the ends of the bridge to replace the old 
timber ones which were in^a decayed and unsatisfactory condition. 

During the carrying out of the improvements to the swing bridge, a tempo- 
rary structure was provided over the lock, so that the public were not incon- 
venienced in any way while the work was being attended to. 

Lindsay Lock and Swing Bridges, etc. 

In order to stop leakage a new pier thirty-four feet in length, ten feet in 
width and ten feet in height has been constructed alongside the southerly wall of 
this lock, and adjoining the westerly end of the dam. The pier is constructed 
of 10 X 12 inch hemlock timber, and a concrete wall five feet in height and two feet 
in thickness has been provided inside for the purpose of making the lower por- 
tion watertight, the balance of the space being filled with stone and the whole 
covered with three inch hemlock planking. 

A new guide boom, 183 feet in length and three feet in width has also been 
(rroVided and place 1 above the lock, and a pier built to support it. The boom is 
constructed of three pieces of 10 x 12 inch pine timber, securely fastened together 
with 7-8 inch bolts and oak keys, the bolts being placed about eight feet apart 
from centrea 

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The pier is twelve feet in length, six feet in width and seven feet in height, 
constructed of 10 x 10 inch cedar, the whole being fastened together with 3-4 inch 
drift bolts and compactly filled with stone. 

The recesses of the lock have been cleared of debris which interfered with 
the proper working of the gates, and repairs have been made to the foundation 
timbers above the upper mitre sill, the work being done by a diver. 

The swing bridge at the lock has been supplied with one new wheel for the 
turntable and some other minor repairs attended to, and the flooring of the Wel- 
lington street bridge has been renewed with three inch hemlock planking. 

The swing bridge south of Lindsay has also been supplied with a new wheel 
and repairs have been made to' the centre pier and approaches at each end of the 
structure. 

Balsara River Lock Dam and Swing Bridge, 

The only portion of these works requiring attention during the present year 
was the swing bridge which has been provided with new end timbers, but con- 
siderable repairs will require to be made to the dam and new quoin posts provided 
for the lock during the coming year. 

The following are the different Lockmasters* returns of lockages rnauo during 
the present year: — 

1. Magnetawan Lock — 491 steamers, 49 smalljboats, 130 scows and 32 rafts 
or cribs of timber. 

2. Mary's and Fairy Lakes Lock — 177 steamers, 70 small boats^and 32 scows. 

8. Port Oarling Lock — 2,110 steamers, 1,400 small boats, 711 scows, 244 rafts 
or cribs of timber. 

4. Balsam River Lock — Twelve steamers, 180! small boats, 51 scows, 7 
rafts or cribs of timber and 160,500 logs. 

5. Young's Point Lock — 981 steamers, 54 small boats, 86 scows and. 78 rafts 
or cribs of timber. 

6. Lindsay Lock — 107 steamers, 47 small boats, 220 scows and 214 rafts or 
cribs of timber. 

EXTENSION OF RAILWAYS IN 1896. 

The following are as far as could be ascertained the details of the work done 
during the present year on the different lines of railway under construction : 

Ottawa, Amprior and Parry Sound BailuHiy. 

The construction of this railway has been so vigorously prosecuted during 
the present year that the portion remaining unfinishOT at the close of 1895 be- 
tween Cache Lake and the crossing of the Northern Division of the Grand Trunk 
Railway at Scotia, a distance of 47 iV^ miles was completed in the early part 
of December. From Scotia westward the line was formerly known as the Parry 
Sound Colonization Railway which, as previously reported, was completed to the 
inner channel of the Georgian Bay at the close of last year, so that the entire line 
from Ottawa to the water of Parry Sound, is now open for traflSc. 

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Construction work has also been in progress on the extension of the line 
across Parry Island to the terminus at Depot Bay, a distance of about 3 A 
miles, and I understand the work is well advanced and will be completed in the 
early part of the coming year. 

In addition to the work referred to as having been attended to during the 
present year on new portions of the line, tl)e company has also considerably 
improved portions previously reported upon, by replacing wood trestle structures 
with substantial embankments; and at Madawaska, in the Township of Murchison, 
which it is proposed to make a divisional point, a five stall brick engine shed and 
a commodious frame station building and a refreshment room has oeen erected, . 
also a building intended to be used as a temperance hotel, and a turn-table and 
60,000 gallon water tank has been provided, and eight siflings laid, having a total 
length of about two miles. 

IrondaUy Bancroft and Ottawa Railway. 

The construction of this railway has been continued during the present year 
the line being completed and opened for traffic in the early part of August, to 
Baptiste Lake in the Township of Herschell, a d-stance of 45 miles easterly from 
the junction with the Haliburton branch of the Grand Trunk Railway. 

The work has since been continued and I understand an additional mile has 
been graded and the rails lai«l and ballasting attended to for three-quarters of a 
mile, the end of the track n^w being about eight miles from the village of Ban- 
croft. 

Ontario, Belnwni avd Northern Railway. 

The construction of this railway wa-", I understand commenced in 1892 and 
continued in the spring of 1893, until a considerable amount of grading had 
been done, when the work was suspended. 

Operations were again resumed in June of the present year ai^d continued 
nntil the early part of September, when the line was completed. It commences 
at a point on the Central Ontario Railway about two miles northerly from where 
the Canadian Pacitic crosses that line and extends in a north-westerly direction 
across the Township of Marmora, and to lot 19 in the 1st concession of the 
Township of Belmont, where I understand valuable mines are situated, the total 
length being 9^ miles The line has, I am informed, been opened for traflSc 
and is being operated as a portion of the Central Ontario Railway. 

The following revised statement to the close of 1896 gives in detail the mile- 
age of each railway in Ontario distinguishing between those constructed prior to 
and since Confederation : 



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STATEMENT No. 1. 

Being statement of expenditure on capital account for the year 1896, on public 

buildings and works. 



Name of work. 



Asylum for Insane, Toronto 

" Mimico 

" London 

•* , Hamilton 

" Kingston 

** Brockville 

•* Idiots, Orillia 

Reformatory for Boys, Penetanguiehene 

A. M. Reformatory for Females, Toronto 

Central Prison, Toronto 

Deaf and Dumb Institution, Belleville 

Blind Institution, Brantford 

Agricultural CoUe^, Guelph 

Educational Buildings, Toronto 

Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa 

School of Practical Science, Toronto 

OsRoode Hall, Toronto 

Pioneer Dairy Farm, Algoma 

New Parliament Buildings, Toronto 

Western Dairy School, Strathroy 

Eastern Dairy School, Kingston 

Algoma District : 

Grand Manitoulin Island: 

Lock-up, Gore Bay 

** Little Current 

'* Manitowaning 

Court House, Gaol, etc., Sault Ste- Marie. 

Lock-up at Webbwood 

" at Massie 

Thunder Bay District : 

Lock-up, etc.. Port Arthur 

at Fort William 

Musknka District: 

Registry Office, Lock-up, Bracebridge 

Parry Sound District : 

Lock-np, etc^ Parry Sound. 

" at Emsdale 

" at Burk's Falls 

Nipissing District: 

Court Room, etc.. North Bay 

Losk-up at Sudbury 

'* at Mattawa 

Rainy River District : 

Lock-up, etc., at Rat Portage 

Georgian Bay Works 

Muskoka Lakes Workb 

Ma^aetawan Works 

Peninsula Creek Works 

Gull and Burnt River Works 

Scu^Og River Works 

Nation River Bridge 

Nation River (Contribution) 

Union Creek Works > . . 

Maintenance Locks, Dams, etc 

Surveys and Inspections 

Salary, Superintendent Locks, Dams, etc 

Salaries, I^ckmasters, etc 

High Falls, Slide and Dam, Pigeon River 



Total Public Buildings and Works 



Under 

Department 

of Public 

Works, 



$ c 

274 17 

6,677 69 

2,834 75 

19.990 97 

11,476 94 

16.131 63 

998 05 

248 55 

66 58 

9 00 

36 36 

175 43 

9,438 74 

22,861 74 

2,198 72 

5,671 02 

2.293 21 



30 00 
19 00 
84 10 
217 72 
12 20 
67 20 

140 00 
106 60 



46 24 

124 61 

300 00 
48 00 

4,601 93 

185 39 

86 35 

537 60 
498 80 
1,340 00 
5 003 37 
2,605 73 
4,566 69 
8,048 68 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
199 85 
9.0.V8 46 

301 45 
1,200 00 
3,033 82 



144,086 03 



Under 

other 

Departm'nts 

etc 



$ c. 

6.329 45 
6,132 65 
6,889 82 
9,096 70 
2,894 94 
7,797 60 
6,494 85 
2,835 10 I 
3,067 19 I 

20.878 44 ; 
1,966 21 
8.081 01 

11,604 82 



Total. 



1,888 67 
6,608 97 
1,076 68 
2,617 17 



$ c. 

6,603 62 

12,810 24 

9,174 67 

29.087 67 

14,371 88 

23,929 28 

7,492 40 

3,088 66 

8.128 77 

20,887 44 

2,002 66 

3,266 44 

21,048 56 

22,861 74 

2,198 72 

6,671 02 

2,298 21 

1,888 67 

6.608 97 

1.076 68 

2,517 17 



480 22 



246 00 
46 24 



467 61 



1,826 41 



102,365 03 



4,828 67 

687 60 

498 80 
1,840 00 
6,008 87 
2,606 78 
4,666 69 
3,048 68 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 

199 85 
9,068 46 

801 45 
1,200 00 
8.038 82 
1,326 41 



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Toronto, Febniary, 1897. 
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STATEMENT No. 2. 

Being atatement of expenditure on capital account for 1896, and total of expenditure up 
to the 3l8t of December, 1896, on public buildings and works. 



Name of work. 



Expenditure 

from iBt 

July, 1867. 

to Slat Deo 

ember, 18d5, 



Government House 

Old Parliament and Departmental Buildings 

New Parliament Buildings^-oonatruction account 

'* " —equipment, grounds, roads, pave- 
ments, etc ■ 

Asylum for Insane, Toronto 

** Mimico ,. 

** Brockville 

" London . . 

" Hamilton 

" Kingston 

" Kinp^ton (branch) 

Asylum for Idiots, Orilba 

Deaf and Dumb Institution, Belleville 

Blind Institution, Brantford 

Reformatory for Boys, Penetanguishene 

Agricultural College, Guelph 

Central Prison, Toronto 

School of Practical Science, Toronto (old building) 

" " " (new building and nddition). 

Andrew Mercer Reformatory for Females, Toronto 

Oagoode HalLToronto 

Agricultural Hall, Toronto 

Education Deparlonent and Normal and Model Schools, Toronto. . 

Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa 

Dairy School, Strathroy 

•* KiniTBton 

School of Mining, Kington 

Government Farm. Mimico 

Pioneer Dairy Farm, Algoma 

Brock's Monument, Queenston Heights 

Niagara River Fence 

Muskoka District— Immigration sheds at Gr.ivenhurst 

'* Registry office and lock-up, Braoebridge 

" Lock-up and Court room, Huntsville 

etc., BaysviUe 

Algoma District— Court house, gaol and registry office, etc., Sault 

St. Marie 

*' Grand Manitoulin Island —three lock-ups (Gore 

Bay, Little Current and Manitowaning) . . . 

'* Lock-up at Killamesr 

*' '* Bruce Mines 

Thessalon 

" '* Webbwood . 

Massie 

Thunder Bay District— Registry office and lock-up. addition to 
court house and gaol, etc., Port Arthur. 

*• Lockup at Fort Wdliam 

*' '* Silver Islet. Lake Superior . . 

Parry Sound District— Registry office, lock-up, etc.. Parry Sound. 

*' Lock-up at Magnetawan 

'* '* and court room at Burk's Falls. . . 

" at French River 

" " at Dunohnrch 

" atEmsdale 

Nipissing District— Lock-up at Mattawa 

*' Court room and registry office at North Bay. . 

" Lock-up at Sudbury 

" Sturgeon Palls 



Expenditure 
for 1896. 



188,860 86 

85.28a 98 

1,267,744 47 

207,233 97 1 

346.362 071 

663,096 38 

411,195 271 

877,724 00 

826,809 13 

416,827 53 

9.422 82 

497,225 62 

306,836 21 

261,482 22 

172,212 16 

444,186 21 

828,031 03 

59.100 26 

213,546 51 

211,659 96 

138,780 42 

824 00 

139,803 69 

211,465 89 

12,n6 63 

2,.')00 00 

4,070 00 

51,646 34 

3,844 76 

4.606 31 

8,025 43 

355 00 

14,170 35 

8,132 87 

300 00 

23,166 57 

15,666 03 
1,292 97 
3,117 48 
1,183 79 
1,622 04 
685 54 

38,^ 46 

8,535 50 

2,804 79 

17,862 73 

645 56 

6,316 76 

1,194 12 

609 00 



12,984 83 

19.389 67 

11.864 76 

1,627 29 



6,603 97 
6,603 6*1 
12,810 24 
23,929 23 
9.174 57 
29,087 67 
14,871 88 



7.492 40 
2,002 56 
3,256 44 
3,088 65 
21.048 56 
20.887 44 



R,571 02 
3.123 77 
2.293 21 

'22.861 74 
2,198 72 
1.075 63 
2,517 17 



1,888 67 



46 24 



217 72 
183 10 



12 20 
67 20 

140 00 
106 60 

"mui 
'4;i 00 



800 00 

86 a5 

4,601 93 

185 89 



Total 
of expendi- 
ture to 31st 
December, 
1896. 



183.860 86 

85.285 98 

1,267,744 47 

218,887 94 

352.965 69 

575,906 57 

435,124 50 

886.898 57 

865,896 80 

431.199 41 

9,422 82 

504.718 02 

308,838 77 

264.738 66 

175,295 80 

465.229 77 

848.918 47 

59,100 26 

219,117 58 

214,783 73 

141,073 63 

324 00 

162^165 4.S 

213.664 61 

13.792 26 

4.817 17 

4.070 00 

51,646 34 

5,178 43 

4,605 31 

8,025 43 

355 00 

14,216 59 

8,132 87 

300 OO 

23.384 29 

15,fi89 13 
1.292 5^7 
3,117 48 
1,183 79 
1,634 24 
70i 74 

. 38,728 46 

8,642 10 

2.304 79 

17,987 34 

645 56 

6.3^9 76 

1,194 12 

t09 00 

800 00 

18,021 18 

23,991 60 

12.000 15 

1,627 29 



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STATEMENT No. 2.— Continued, 

Being atatement of expenditure on capital account for 1896, and total of expenditure up 
to the diet of December, 1896, on public buildings and works. 



Nftzne of work. 



Rainy Biver District —Lock-up, conrt room and gaoler's reddenoe, 
new r^gistrv' office, etc, at Rat Portage. 

** Lock-up at Fort Francis 

County of Haliburton— Registry office, Minden 

Lock at Young's Point 

-* Balsam and Guneron Lakes 

*' and works, Mary's and Fairy lakes 

Magnetawan Works— Lock, dam and river improvements, and 

dam and slide at Deer lake , 

High Falls, Pigeon River, slide, dam, etc., (by G. L. D.) 

G«oiviaQ Bay Works 

lianoing pier at Port Elgin , 

'* Southampton , 

Mnakoka Lakes Works 

" Look and bridges at Port Garling 

'• Gut and bridges at Port Sandfielcf 

** Muakoss Falls works and bridges at Bala 

NipiBving Lake works 

Gcncbichiog Lake works 

Mud Lake works (township of Dalton) 

Kushog Lake dam , 

Miwriasicna Lake dam , 

Lake of Bm— dredging mouth of river at outlet of 

Peninsula Greek improvements 

Stony Creek works (township of Ops) 

Union Creek improvements 

Scugog Lake works—dredging at Port Perry 

Lake Scugog Flats road 

Gull and Burnt Rivers works 

Muskoka River works 

Sydenham River Works 

Nottawasaga ** 

Kaministiquia '* 

Scugog " (including Lindsay lock and swingbndges) 

Pigeon River " Go. Victoria 

Ot<mabee " 

Balsam " 

Wye •• 

Nation ** 

Nation River bridge 

Nation Itiver dredge contribution 

Beaudette River works (to aid in dredging, etc) 

Mississippi River improvements (below Garleton place) 

Head River improvements (townshipi of Laxton and Garden) . . . 

Moira River improvements (township of Thurlow) 

Muskrat River works 

Otonabee River bridge 

Trent River bridge 

Washago and Gravenhurst road 

Washago wharf 

Portage dn Fort bridge, Ottawa River 

Dee Joachim's tlapids— bridges and approaches 

Surveys, inspection, arbitrations and awards, etc 

Maintenance of locks, dams, slides, bridges, etc 

Boads in township of Ryerson 

Clearing and log houses on free grant lands (settler's homestead 
fond) • 



Expenditure 
fromlst 
July, 1867, 
to 81st Dec- 
ember, 1896. 



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29,888 18 
2,156 15 
5,918 42 
81,192 72 
28,959 02 
68,50107 

58,664 88 

7,848 07 

5,085 87 

1,750 00 

2,022 68 

19,785 46 

44,211 9li 

16,842 86 

7,228 96 

9,182 17 

427 84 

1,502 32 

800 00 

4,989 84 

581 82 

25,437 06 

828 25 

250 00 

977 58 

1,600 00 

88,324 88 

42,670 53 

2,156 26 

5,915 09 

22,865 02 

98,008 24 

4,999 62 

7,266 66 

16,585 11 

5,176 98 

18,877 28 



8,000 00 

4,780 71 

976 82 

2,135 22 

893 76 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 

32,792 12 

489 22 

5,747 99 

5,937 72 

45,147 02 

114,000 13 

7,295 06 

16,780 75 



Expenditure 
for 1896. 



587 60 



5,008 87 

1,826 41 

498 80 



1,840 00 



2,605 78 



199 85 



4,565 59 



8,048 58 



Total 
of expendi- 
ture to 81st 
December, 

1896. 



2,000 00 
4,000 90 



801 45 
9,058 46 



29,925 68 
2,156 15 
5,918 42 
31,192 72 
23,959 02 
63,501 07 

68,668 25 

8,669 48 

6,584 17 

1,760 00 

2,022 63 

21,125 46 

44,211 96 

16,842 86 

7,223 96 

9,182 17 

427 84 

1,602 32 

800 00 

4,989 84 

681 82 

27,»42 81 

828 25 

449 86 

977 63 

1,500 00 

87,890 49 

42,670 58 

2,156 26 

6,916 09 

22,865 02 

96,056 82 

4,999 62 

7,266 66 

16,586 11 

6.176 98 

13,877 23 

2,000 00 

4,000 00 

3,010 00 

4,780 71 

976 83 

2,135 22 

898 76 

2,600 00 

2,000 00 

82,792 12 

489 22 

5,747 99 

5,937 72 

46,448 47 

123,058 59 

7,296 06 

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A. 1897 



STATEMENT No 2. ----Concluded. 

Being statement of expenditure on capital account for 1896, and total of expenditure up 
to the 3l8t of December, 1896, on public buildings and works. 



Name of work. 



Aidborongh drainage worki 

Brooke drainage worki 

Delaware " 

Dnnwidi " 

Ekfrid, Garadoo and Metoalfe drainage works 

Grey drainage works 

Moore " 

Mosa " 

Nissouri west, drainage works 

Raleigh drainage works (91^600.00 paid in 1884, but not included in 

tiatementa prior to 1896) 

Russell drainage works 

Samia 

Sombra 

TUbnry, east 

Tilbory, west 

Williams, east 

Surveys and drainage of swamp lands (Provincial account) 990,00 

paid in 187fi^ and 913B,00 in 1876, but not included in staf^menta 

prior to 1895) 



Totals 10,231,70681 242,217 2410,478.923 55 



Expenditure 
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ember. 1895. 



Expenditure 
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7,199 02 
34.747 73 

5,740 93; 
10.106 86 
13,667 H6 

8,175 47 
17,091 58 
12.714 75 

8,178 50 

38.009 64 
11,543 77 
40.540 551 
53,169 04 
35.297 62 
81.577 06 
2,221 75 



36,600 51 



Total 
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ture to 3l8t 
December, 

1896. 



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Pqblio Works Dbpabtmrnt, Ontario, 
Toronto, February, 1897. 



\ J. P. ED)VARD8, 

Accountant, 
Public Works Department. 



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DETAILED REPORT 



INSPECTOR OF INSURANCE 



AND 



REGISTRAR OF FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. 



1896 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 



THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO. 




TORONTO : 

WARWICK BRO'S & RUTTER, Printers, &c., «fcc., 68 and 70 Frowt Stebbt West. 

1896. 



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CONTENTS. 



DIVISION A. — Registered Dominion Licensees : being Insurance Corporatinns, Companies or 
Under fn-iters operating under the Insurance Act of Canada and Registered by tke Province 
of Ontario, for the transaction of insurance in the Province : — 

Abstracts of Applications for Registry Pages A 1 et seq. 

DIVISION B. — ^Provincial Licensees : beirg Insurance Companies licensed, inspected and regis-: 
tered by the Province of Ontario for the tiansaction of insurance theiein : — 

Detailed Statements of Joint Stock Life Insurance Companies. Pages B 3 «i seq. 

II. Detailed Statements of Joint Stock Fire Insurance Companies. Pages B 19 e^ seq. 

III. Detailed Statement and Synoptical Tables of Cash-Mutual Fire 

Insurance Companies Pages B 38 et seq^ 

IV. Detailed Statements and Synoptical Tables of Strictly Mutual 

Fire Insurance Companies Pages B 71 et seq. 

V. Comparative Summary of Assets and Premium Notes of Mutual 

Fire Companies of all classes Pages B 217 et aeqir 

DIVISION C. — Friendly Societies: being Societies registered by the Province of Ontario for 
the transaction of insuiance therein: — 

Abstracts of Annual Statements for year ending 31st Dec. 1895. Pages 1 et seq^ 

Appendix to Division C : 

I. Be Borne Circles — Report of Con mittee on condition of the 

Order ; Finding of Registration upon said reports, etc . . Page C 203 et seq. 

II. Tables of rates for Sick and Death Benefits based on Friendly 

Society Experience Page C 216 et seq, 

INDEXES:— 

Index A : Dominion Licensees, standing registered at the 12th November, 1896— being 
Insurance Corporations, Companies or Underwriters operating under the Insurance 
Act of Canada and registered by the Proviuce of Ontario, for the transaction of insur- 
ance in the Province. 

Index B: Provincial Licensees, standing registered at the ISth November, 1896 — being 
Insurance Corporations licensed, inspected and registered by the Province of Ontario, 
for the transaction of insurance therein. 

Index C : Friendly Societies, standing registered at the 12th of November, 1896 — being 
Societies registered by the Province of Ontario, for the transaction of insurance therein. 

Index D : Schedule of Agents of Life and Accident Insurance Companies^ standing regis- 
tered at the 1st November, 1896. 



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Parliament Buildings, Toronto, 12tb November^ 189^. 
To the Honourable Colonel Gibson, Q.O., M.P.P., tkc, 

Conimisitioner of Crown Lands ^ 

Toronto, 

Sib, — I have the honor to submit the accompanying reports respecting the various 
organizations anthorized to undertake contracts of insurance, indemnity or guarantee, in 
the Province of Ontario. Of these organizations the Act of 1892 (55 YJct., chap. 39), 
as amended by the Act of 1893, (56 Vict. chap. 32), distinguishes three great Divisions : 

A. Registered Dominion Licensees : being Insurance Corporations, Companies, or 
Underwriters, operating under the Insurance Act of Canada and registered by the 
Province of Ontario, for the transaction of insurance in the Province. 

B. Provincial Licensees : being Insurance Companies licensed, inspected and regis- 
tered by the Province of Ontario, for the transaction of insurance therein. 

0. Registered Friendly Societies : being Societies registered by the Province of 
Ontario, for the transaction of insurance therein. 

Of these Divisions the Companies comprised in Division B (Provincial Licensees) are 
alone inspected by the Province, and are here reported on in the usual form and with 
the usual financial details pursuant to the provisions of the Ontario Insurance Act. 

The report upon Division A (Dominion Licensees), made on the 26th January, 1893, 
described fully their mode and place of incorporation ; their statutory powers, dutiep, 
rights and obligations ; their internal organization ; the relation of the members inter se ; 
the liabilities of the members to the creditors of the Company ; the kind or kinds of insui - 
ance for which the Company is registered in Ontario ; and the extent to which assets of 
the Company have been deposited in various countries as special security for the policy 
holders of those several countries. In the present report, except in cases of new licenses, 
it has not been considered necessary to set out all of these details. Where any change 
has occurred in the Company's powers or status the nature and extent of such changes 
are indicated. 

All of the Companies in Division A, except Ocean Marine Companies, make financial 
statements annually to the Dominion of Canada ; and those statements as revised by the 
Dominion Superintendent, can be found in the Superintendent's Annual Report. The 
balance sheets therefore printed here, under Division A, are limited to those of Ocean- 
Marine Companies. 

The report upon Division C (Friendly Societies), made on the 26th of January, 1893, 
related to their mode and place of incorpotation ; the statutes and instruments under 
which the Societies were constituted, and those by which they are now governed ; the 
kind of insurance or insurance benefits undertaken ; that report also showed inter alia, 
whether or not the certificate holders generally are secured by a reserve fund ; and, if 
a reserve fund is maintained, whether any of this reserve is held in Ontario, any, how 
much, how invested, and by whom held and controlled. 

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The present report on Division C consists of abstracts of the Annual Statement for 
the year ending 31at December, 1895 made by the Friendly Societies to the Insarance 
Department of Ontario, under section 47 of the Insurance Corporations Act. 

In order to prevent unnecessary delay in publication, the three Divisions have been 
placed simultaneously in the printer's hands — the pages of the several Divisions being 
distinguished by the Division letter prefixed. Fivision indexes have been inserted at the 
end of the volume. These indexes show the Companies and Societies standing registered 
at dates therein mentioned. 

Besides requiring all bodies undertaking insurance to be registered, the Act requires 
registration of the individual agents of Life and Accident Insurance Companies. The 
concluding index shows in alphabetical order the names of all such agents standing 
registered at the date Hpecified therein. 

I have the honor to be. 

Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J, HOWARD HUNTER, 

Inspector of Insurance and 

Registrar of Friendly Societies. 



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DIVISION A. 



REGISTERED DOMINION LICENSEES : BEING INSURANCE CORPORA- 
TIONS, COMPANIES OR UNDERWRITERS OPERATING UNDER THE 
INSURANCE ACT OF CANADA. AND REGISTERED BY THE PROV- 
INCB OF ONTARIO FOR THE TRANSACTION OF INSURANCE IN 
THE PROViNOE. 



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DIVISION A.— REGISTERED DOMINION LICENSEES, BEING INSURANCE 
CORPORATIONS, COMPANIES OR UNDERWRITERS OPERATING 
UNDER THE INSURANCE ACT OF CANADA AND REGISTERED BY 
THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO FOR THE TRANSACTION OF INSUR- 
ANCE IN THE PROVINCE. 



Note. — The report upon Divisioc A (Dominion Licensees), made on the 26th Jana- 
ary, 1893, described fully their mode and place of incorporation ; their statutory powers, 
duties, rights and obligations ; their internal organisation ; the relation of the members 
inter ae ; the liabilities of the members to creditors of the Company ; the kind or kinds 
of insurance for which the Company is registered in Ontario ; and the extent to which 
assets of the Company have been deposited in yarions countries as special security for the 
policy holders of those several countries. In the present report, except in the case of new 
licensees, it has not been considered necessary to set out all of these details. Where any 
change has occurred in the Company's powers or status, the nature and extent of such 
change are indicated. 

All of the Companies in Division A, except Ocean-Marine Companies, make financial 
statements annually to the Dominion of Canada ; and those statements as revised by the 
Dominion Superintendent can be found in the Superintendent's Annual Report. The 
balance sheets therefore printed here under Division A are limited to those of Ocean- 
Marine Companies. 

The deposits of Companies in this Division have been received up to 15th October, 
1896. 



DIVISION A. 



ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 692. Certificate ©f Registry No. 384. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Qeorge 
McMurrich, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
the Alliance Assurance Company. 

2. The legislative enciclTnenU by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : 49 and 50 Vict. 
(1886), chap. 74 (Imp.) ; The Alliance Assurance Company's Act, 1886. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in a joint stock company with a capital of 
five million pounds, divided into 250,000 shares, each of the nominal amount of £20, on 
each of which the sum of £2 48. is deemed to have been paid. The contracts of the Com- 
pany contain a clause limiting the liabilities of the shareholders to the amount remaining 
unpaid on his or her share or shares. 

NoTB. — The clause above referred to is as follows : " Provided always that no mem- 
ber of the Company shall be liable for more than the unpaid portion of his share or shares 
in the capital of the Company.*' 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
(311,142, held by the Receiver-General of Canada. 

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CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 674. Certificate of Registry No. 366. 



1. Head Office, Hamilton, Ontario. President and Managing Director, A. G. 
Ramsay. Saits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The Canada 
Life Assurance Company. 

2. The legislative e^tvactnients by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Province 
of Canada, 12 Yict., chap. 168, an Act to incorporate the Canada Life Assurance Com- 
pany; Dominion of Canada, 42 Vict., chap. 71, an Act to amend the Act incorporating 
The Canada Life Assuriince Company, 56 Vict., chap. 76 ; R. S. C, 1886, chap. 124,'The 
Insurance Act. 

3 The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company » 
and the liability of the members is limited to amount of shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada^ 
bearing date 31 at day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 18^7, to 
transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of 1(2)4,900, held by the Government of Canada. 

Recent legislation respecting the Canada Life Assurance Company was published in 
the report of 1893. 



.ETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 687. Certificate of Registry No. 379. 



1. Head Office, Hartford, Conn. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, William 
H. Orr, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the 
^tna Life Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : State of Connecti- 
cut, 1878, an Act to amend the charter of the ^tna Life Insurance Company of Hartford; 
State of Connecticut, 1S82, amending the charter of the ^tna Life Insurance Company ; 
State of Connecticut, 1883, amending the charter of the ^tna Life Insurance Company. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated stock company, and 
the liability of the members is limited to the amount of their capital stock. The amount 
of the capital stock is $1,250,000. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominioii of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slat day of Marob, 1897» 
to transact Life Insurance. ' 

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5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Oompany are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Those marked A are applicable 
solely to policies existing 31st March, 1879 ; those marked B, to policies issned subse- 
quently; $531,833 Province of Quebec Debentures; $149,893 Province of Manitoba 
Debentures ; $66,000 Province of New Brunswick Bonds ; $100,000 Prince Edward 
Island Bonds; $60,000 Montreal Harbour Bonds: $2,572,466 Municipal Debentures and 
$455,000 U. S. Registered Bonds. Total $3,935,193. Accepted value $3,654,053, being* 
$100,000 (A), and $3,554,053 (B). 



THE STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 712. Certificate of Registry No. 404. 



1. Head Office, Edinburgh, Scotland. Ohief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, 
Charles Hunter, Toronto. Suits by or again&t the Oompany may be brought in the name 
of the Manager for the time being, or in the name of any three of the Directors for the 
time being of the said Company.* 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Oompany are now declared, defined or governed are the following : United Kingdom 
of Great Britain and Ireland, 2 Will. IV., chap. 81, Standard Life Assurance Com- 
pany's Act, 1832; 8 and 9 Yict, chap. 75, Standard Life Assurance Company's Act, 
1845, 22 and 23 Vict., chap. 37, Standard Life Assurance Company's Act, 1859; 44 
Vict, chap. 26, Standard Life Assurance Company's Act, 1881 ; 54 Vict., chap. 6, 
Standard Life Assurance Company's Act, 1891. Piovince of Quebec, 51 and 52 Vict, 
chap. 120, an Act to authorize the Standard Life Assurance Company to sue and be 
sued, and to accquire and hold real estate under the name of The Standard Life Assur- 
ance Company. Province of Ontario, 56 Vict., chap. 106. R. S. C, chap. 124, The 
Insurance Act. 

3. The member 8 are related as shareholders in an unincorporated joint stock company 
with a capital of £500,000, divided into 10,000 shares of £50 each, of which £12 has 
been paid. The paid-up capital is thus £120,000, and the liability of the members is 
limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them, being £38 per 
share. 

4. The Company is now authorized by licence issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Oompany are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $2,754,361. 



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COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED). 
Register No. 711. Certificate of Registry No. 403. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Richard 
Wickens, Toronto. Saits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the 
Commercial Union Insurance Company (Limited). 

2. The legUlattve enactmenfa by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : Public General 
Acts of the United Kingdom : 25 and 26 Vict., chap. 89, The Companies' Act, 1862 ; 27 
Vict., chap. 19, The Companies' Seal Act, 1864 ; 30 and 31 Vict,, chap. 131, The Com- 
panies' Act, 1867 ; 33 and 34 Vict., chap. 104, The Joint Stock Companies' Arrangement 
Act, 1870 ; 40 and 41 Vict, chap. 26, The Companies' Act, 1877 ; 42 and 43 Vict., chap. 
76, The Companies' Act, 1879; 43 Vict, chap. 10, The Companies' Act, 1880; 46 and 
47 Vict., chap. 25, The Companies' Act, 1883; 46 and 47 Vict, chap. 30, The Com- 
panies' (Colonial Registers) Act, 1883 ; 49 Vict., chap 33, The Companies' Act, 1886 : 
53 and 54 Vict., chap. 92, The Companies' (Memorandum of Association) Act, 1890; 53 
and 54 Vict., chap. 63, The Companies' Winding Up Act, 1890. 

3. The msmbera are related as shareholders in an incorporated stock joint company, 
the share capital of which consists of 50,000 shares of £50 each, and the liability of the 
members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by licence issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire, Inland Marine and Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
(353,835 held by the Receiver General. 



CONFEDERATION LIFE ASSOCIATION. 
Register No. 681. Certificate of Registry No. 373. 



1. Head Office, Toionto, Ontario. Managing Director, John Kay Macdonald, Suits 
by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the Confederation Life 
Association. 

2, The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are as follows : Canada, 34 
Vict., 1871, chap. 54, an Act to incorporate the Confederation Life Association ; 37 
Vict., 1874, chap. 58, an Act to amend the Act incorpoiating the Confederation life 
Association ; 42 Vict., 1879, chap. 72, an Act to amend the Act of incorporation of the 
Confederation Life Association ; 53 Vict., 1890, chap. 45, an Act relating to the 0>nfed- 
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3. Members^ how rdcUed. — Certain of the members are related as shareholders in an 
incorporated joint stock company. The amonnt of the authorized capital stock, of which 
the fnll amonnt has been subscribed, is $1,000,000 divided into 10,000 shares of $100 
each. Ten per cent., $100,000 has been paid up. (The capital stock was originally 
$500,000 and increased to $1,000,000 under authority of charter). The liability of those 
members who are shareholders is limited to the amount of the subscribed capital stock. 
The Association being incorporated on the stock and mutual plan combined, certain of 
the members are related as policy holders and are entitled along with the shareholders to 
vote and take part in the proceedings at all general and special meetings of the Associ- 
ation^ and they participate (in the mutual branch of the Company's business) in the dis- 
tribution of surplus or profits earned to the extent of not less than ninety per cent. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license Lwued by the Dominion of Canada^ 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the ^Ist day of March, 1897^ 
to transact life Insurance. 

5. Deposited aeseis. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada aa 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the 
value of $76,050, held by the Dominion Government. ^ 



ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 697. Certificate of Registry No. 389. 



1. Head Office, Liverpool, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, John 
Kay, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of Tho 
Royal Insurance Company* 

2. The legielcUive enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : United Kingdom, 
26 and 26 V^ict., chap. 89, The Companies* Act, 1862 ; United Kingdom, 54 and 55 Vict, 
chap. 81, an Act to define and extend the objects of The Royal Insurance Company, to 
provide for the transfer to that Company of the business of The Queen Insurance Com-^ 
pany and for other purposes. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated stock company, and 
the liability of the members is unlimited. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada,, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire and Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — ^Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada aa 
Bpecial security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of 1689,533, held by Glynn, Mills <fe Co., London, and Receiver-General, Canada, for 
Canadian Government. 



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WESTEEN ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 680. Certificate of Registry No. 372, 



1. Head Office, Toronto, Ontario ; J. J. Kenny, Managing Director. Suits by or 
against the Company may be brought in the name of the Western Assurance Company. 

2. The members of the Company are all related to each other as shareholders of a 
joint stock company, and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining 
unpaid upon the shares held by them. 

3. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date 3l8t day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, to 
transact Fire and Inland Marine Insurance. 

4. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited in Canada as special 
security for the policy holders therein as fellows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
f 51,930 held by the Receiver-General of Canada. 



THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 747. Certificate of Registry No. 440. 



1. Head Offices, London, England, and Aberdeen, Scotland. Chief Agent and 
Atterney for Ontario, Edmn P. Pearson, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company 
may be brought in the name of ^he Northern Assurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactm'ints by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Acts of 
the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 1865, chap. 123, 
The Northern Assurance Act, 1865 ; 1874, 37 Vict., chap. 9, The Northern Assurance 
Act, 1874; 1889, 52 and 53 Vict., otiap. 35, Northern Assurance Act, 1889. 

3. Thfi members are related Sk^ shiraholdara in an incorporated joint stock company 
and the liability of the members is unlimited, but each contract of assurance contains a 
clause limiting the liability of shareholders in respect of same to the amount remaining 
unpaid upon the shares held by them. 

NoTK.— ^The clause referred to is as follows : " Provided always, and it is hereby 
agreed that the capital stock and funds of the Company shall alone be liable to answer 
and make good all demands under or by virtue of this policy, and that no shareholder or 
member of the Company shall be liable to any such demands, nor be in any wise charged 
or chargeable by reason of this policy beyond the amount unpaid on his or her share or 
shares in the Company." 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
boiring dU) the 3 1st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
Bp )ciil security for the pdlicy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
^f $200,555, held by the Receiver-General of Canada. 

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THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. C84. CertiBcate of Registry No. 376. 



1. Head Office, Liverpool, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, 
Joseph B. Reed, Toronto. Suits may be brought by or against the Company in the 
same of the Chairman, Deputy Chairman or any of the directors of the said Company, 
or the Company itself. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : Parliament of 
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 6 and 7, William IV., chap. 119, 
14th July, 1836, an Act to enable the Liverpool Fire and Life Insurance Company to 
sue and be sued in the name of the Chairman, Deputy Chairman, or any one of the 
Directors of the said Company, and for other purposes; 10 and 11 Yict , chap. 268, 
22nd July, 1847, an Act to change the name of The Liverpool Fire and Life Insurance 
Company, and for other purposes : 27 and 28 Vict., chap. 116, 23rd June, 1864, an Act 
to confirm an agreement for the amalgamation of the Globe Insurance Company with 
the Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insurance Company, and to alter the name of 
the last mentioned Company, and for other purposes ; 52 and 53 Vict., chap. 150, 12th 
August, 1890, an Act for extending and amending the Acts relating to the Liverpool 
and London and Globe Insurance Company, and for other purposes. 

3. The members are related as stockholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is unlimited. 

4. Hie Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire and Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policv holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of 1332,133. 



THE LANCASHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 668. Certificate of Registry No. 360. 



1. Head Office, Manchester, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, 
tlames G. Thompson, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the 
name of the Lancashire Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed, are the following : Great 
Britain, Act of 1862, 26 and 27 Vict., chap. 89, The Companies' Act, 1862. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
*iid the liability of the members is unlimited. 

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4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Oanada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to traneact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited cusets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of 1211,800, held by Receiver-General of the Dominion Government at Ottawa. 



PHCENTX ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON. 
Register No. 703. Certificate of Registry No. 395. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario^ George 
H. Gillespie, Hamilton, Ontario. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in 
the name of the Secretary or any member of the Company. 

2. The members are related as shareholders in an unincorporated joint stock com- 
pany, in the capital of which they are interested in proportion to the number of shareR 
they hold, and the liability of the members is not limited. The special conditions are as 
follows : That the proprietors of shares for the time being shall be interested in the 
capital and profits of the Company, and shall bear all losses attending the canying on of 
the business of the Company in proportion and according to the number of diares they 
shall from time to time respectively hold in the Company. 

3. The Company is now authorized, by license issued by the Dominion of Canada^ 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1&97, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

4. Deposited assets^ — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows: Deposit accepted at $211,377. 



LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 682. Certificate of Registry No. 374. 



1. Head Office, Liverpool, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Alfred 
Wright, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of Th» 
London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : Legislature of 
Great Britain, 7 and 8 Yict., chap. 110, an Act for Registration, Incorporation and 
Regulation of Joint Stock Companies; 25 and 26 Vict., chap, 89, The Companies' Act, 
1862 ; 31 and 32 Vict., chap. 131, The Companies' Act, 1867 ; 33 and 34 Vict., chap. 
134, The Joint Stock Companies' Arrangement Act; 40 and 41 Vict., chap. 26, The 
Companies' Act, 1877 ; 42 and 43 Vict., chap. 76, The Companies' Act, 1879; 43 Vict., 
chap. 19, The Companies' Act, 1880 ; 49 Vict., chap. 23, The Companies' Act, 1886 ; 51 
and 52 Vict., chap. 62, The Preferential Payments in Bankruptcy Act, 1888 ; 53 and 54 
Vict., chap. 62, The Companies' Memorandum of Associatian Act, 1890; 53 and 54 
Vict., chap. 63, The Companies' Winding-up Act, 1890 ; 53 and 54 Vict., chap. 64, The 
Diroctors' Liability Act, 1890. 

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3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company 
and the liability of the members in respect of any claim or demands under the Company's 
policies is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares respectively held by 
such members. 



4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada to 
transact Fire Insurance. 

5. DepoeUed assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
$136,266, held by Receiver- General. 



THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. 
Register No. 762. Certificate of Registry No. 446. 



1. Head Office, New York City. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Thomas 
Merritt, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The 
Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : State of New 
York, 1842, chap. 246, an Act to incorporate the Mutual Life Insurance Company of 
New York ; State of New York, 1861, chap. 60, an Act to amend the Act entitled an 
Act to incorporate The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, passed April 12,. 
1842 ; State of New York, 1862, chap. 131, an Act in relation to the dividends of The 
Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. 

3. The members are related mutually. There is no share capital and no personal 
liability of the assured, who constitute the members. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897^ 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
$2,215,300, held by the. Receiver General at Ottawa. Also $750,000 in hands of Cana- 
dian Trustees under the Insurance Act. 



THE QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA. 
Register No. 709. Certificate of Registry, No. 401. 

1. Head Office, New York City. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, George- 
H. Muntz, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The Queen Insurance Company of America. 

2. The legislative huictmenis by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
tlie Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : New York. 1853^ 
cbap. 466, an Act entitled an Act to provide for the incorporation of Insurance Companies 
>kiid Acts supplementary thereto. 

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3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of shareholders is limited to amount of capital stock held by them 
respectively, and said capital stock is fully paid up. 

4. The Oompany is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, to 
transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Oompany are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows :— $100,000 U. S. bonds, $60,000 
City of HaUfax 5 p. c. stock, $48,657 New Zealand 4 p. c. stock, $24,333.33 Province 
of Quebfc bonds, and $29,200 Province of Manitoba 5 p. c. debentures, total, $262,200. 
(Accepted at $256,200). 



UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 
Register No. 720. Certificate of Registry No. 412. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Edward 
A. Badenach, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
the Chairman or Secretary for the time being. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the duties, rights and obligations of the Com- 
pany are now declared, defined or governed are as follows : 1815, 55 Geo. III., chap. 46, 
an Act to enable the Union Society for expecting insurance from Fire, and the Union Life 
Office for effecting insurance on lives and Rurvivorships and for granting and purchasing 
annuities, to sue and be sued in the name of the Chairman or Secretary for the time 
being. 1892, 55 and 56 Vict., (Imp.) Union Assurance Society's Act, 1892, which is to 
be read with the new rules and regulations confirmed by the sha^reholders on the 2nd 
December, 1892, and enrolled on the 23rd December, 1892, in the Central office of the 
Supreme Court of Judicature. London, England. A copy of these rules and regulations 
has been filed in the Department of Insurance for Ontario. 

3. The present collective name of the Company is the Union Assurance Society. 

4. The members are related as shareholders in an unincorporated joint stock com- 
pany, and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon 
the shares held by them. 

5. The capital of the Society is £450,000, of which £300,000 has been subscribed 
and £150,000 added from profit, — such capital being divided into 45,000 shares, each of 
the nominal amount of £10 on each, of which I3s. 4c£. has been paid, and £3 6^. Sd. 
added from profits. (Rules and Reg^dations^ December 23, 1892, p. 6.) 

6. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st March, 1896, and expiring on the 81st day of March, 1897, to 
transact Fire Insurance. 

7. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : £25,000 N. S. Wales stock ; 
£5,000 Victoria Gov. stock, and $104,667 Municipal securities. 

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QUEBEC FIRE ASSURiNOE COMPANY. 



Register No. 527. Certificate of Refristry No. 421 

1. Head Office, Qaebeo City, Province of Quebec. Chief Agent and Attorney for 
Ontario, George J. Pike, Toronto. 

2. The legislative enact merUa by which the powers, duties, rights and obligationn of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : Province of Lower 
Canada, 16 Geo. IV., chap. 11 (An Act to incorporate the Qaebec Fire Assaranoe Com- 
pany) ; Dominion of Canada, 46 Vict , chap. 83, 1883, an Act to farther redaoe the capi- 
tal stock of the Qaebec Fire Assurance Company. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incoporated joint stock company, 
and the liabitity of the membfYs is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 

• shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authoiissed by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st March, 1896 and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, to 
transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Dejyosited assets — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows :. Deposit accepted at the value 
of (56,200, held by Insurance Branch, Finance Department, Ottawa. 



FEDERAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF ONTARIO. 
Register No. 704. Certificate of Registry No. 396. 



1. Head Office, HamUton, Ontario ; David Dexter, Managing Director. Suits by or 
against the Company may be brought in the name of The Federal Life Assurance Com- 
pany of Ontario. 

2. The legistkUive enactments by which the powers, duties rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Ontario, 
38 Vict, chap. 68, 1884,an Act to incorporate The Industrial and Commercial Life Assur- 
ance Company of Canada ; Ontario, 39 Vict., chap. 1 s. 7, 1876, an Act Ho amend and 
repeal certain enactments of the last session of the Legislature : R. S. C. 1886, chap. 124, 
the Insurance Act. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada ss 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposits accepted at the value 
of $50,226. 

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THE GUARDIAN FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITBD) 

OF LONDON, ENGLAND. 

Re^iflter No. 727. ' Certificate of Registry No. 419. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Henry 
1). P. Armstrong, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the 
name of the Company, which (as mentioned below) became on the 25th May, 1893, 
incorporated as a Company limited by shares. 

2. The legUlcUive enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : United King- 
dom, 13 and 14 Vict., 1850, chap. 25, an Act for the better enabling The Guardian Fire 
and Life Assurance Company to sue and be sued, and to alter certain provisions of their 
Deed of Settlement, and to give other powers to the Company ; 29 and 30 Vict, 1866, 
chap. 225, an Act to enable The Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company to reduce 
the amount of their paid up subscription capital stock, and to alter certain provisions of 
their Deed of Settlement and to amend The Guardian Assurance Company's Act, 1850, 
and to^ive further powers to the Company and Directors thereof; 33 and 3 Vict., 1870 
chap. 61, The Life Assurance Companies' Act, and The Guardian Assurance Company's 
Act, 1893. More particularly referred to below. 

3. TJie members^ prior to the 2oih of May, ISOS^were related as shareholders in an un- 
incoroprated joint stock company, and the liability of the members was unlimited ^except 
so far as their liability was limited by the 51st article of the Deeds of Settlement, which 
required that all policies and instruments of assurance to be granted by the Company 
should contain a provio limiting the liahility of the shareholders in the Company, to the 
amount of their respective shares in the capital stock and funds of the Company, and by 
the 109th article of the same deed which required that all deeds and contracts entered 
into by the Directors and other officers of the Company should contain a like proviso, 
and by the proviso to the effect aforesaid, which by the practice of the Company was 
actually inserted in all the polices of assurancf^ issued by the Company. The Company 
was advised that by the laws of the United Kingdom the effect of the said articles and 
proviso when so inserted was to restrict the liability of the shareholders to the amount 
remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them, so far as regarded their liability to the 
persons assured by or claiming under any such policy, instrument, deed or contract con- 
taining such proviso. 

By the G\iardian Assurance Company's Act, 1893, (Imp.) which received the Roya) 
Assent April 29th. 1893, the Company was empowered to register under the Companies' 
Act, 1862 to 1890 as a limited liability Company, and this was done on the 25th of May, 
1893. Section 9 of the Act of 1893 provides: '^Nothing in this Act shall operate to 
prejudice or effect the rights of the existing policy holders of the Company." Copies of 
the Act of 1893, of the Memorandum of Association, 1893, and of the Certificate of Incor- 
poration are filed in the Department of Insurance for Ontario. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896 and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
< f $240,900, held by the Receiver-General in Canada. 

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THE GUARANTEE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA. 
Register No. 701. Certificate of Registry No. 393. 



1. Head Office, Montreal, Province of Qaebec. Chief Agent and Attorney for 
Ontario, William A. Medland, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be 
bronght in the name of The Guarantee Company of North America. 

2. The leffislcUive enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined and governed are the following : Province of Can- 
ada, 14 and 15 Vict., chap. 36, 1851, an Act to incorporate The Canada Guarantee 
Oompany. Dominion of Canada, 36 Vict., chap. 22, 1873, an Act to amend the Aot 
incorporating The Canada Guarantee Company. Canada, 43 Vict., chap. 71, 1880, an 
Act further to amend the Act therein cited, incorporating The Canada Guarantee Com- 
pany. Canada, 44 Vict., chap. 57, 1881, an Act further to amend the Act incorporating 
The Canada Guarantee Company, and to change the name of the said Company to The 
Guarantee Company of North America. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares 
held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada 
bearing date the 31st March, 1896, and expiring the 3l8t day of March, 1897, to trans- 
act Guarantee Insuiance. 

5 Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders respectively therein as follows : Deposit accepted 
at the value of $53,800, held by Receiver- General of Canada. 



NORTH AMERICAN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 733. Certificate of Registry No. 425. 



1. Head Office, Toronto ; William McCabe, Managing Director. Suits by or against 
the Company may be brought in the name of The North American Life Assurance Oom- 
pany. 

2. Company ^ how constituted or incorporated, — The Company was incorporated under 
Dominion Act, 42 Vict., chap. 73. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in a joint stock company, and the liabil- 
ity of the members is limited to the amount unpaid, viz., $240,000. Guarantee Fund, 
1300,000 ; paid in cash thereon, 20 per cent., $60,000. [See the following Acts of Can- 
ada: 42 Vict., chap. 73; 45 Vict, chap. 98.] 

4 The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
153,775, held by Dominion Government. 

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THE ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 742. CertiBcate of Registry No. 434. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, George 
W. Wood, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
the Chaiiman and Secretary for the time being. 

2. The legislative enaetments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following: 54 Geo. JII., 
chap. 79, (Imp.), an Act to enable the Atlas Assurance Company to sue and be sued in 
the name of their Chairman or Secretary under certain regulations ; the Life Assurance 
Companies' Act, 1870, and Acts amending it. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an unincorporated joint stock company,, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount unpaid upon the shares held by 
them under a special clause in the Deed of Settlement, and on the face of every policy 
contract. The Company has a capital of £1,200,000, consisting of 24,000 shares of £50 
each ; on each of which shares the sum of <£6 has been paid. 

Note. — ^The special clause above referred to is as follows : Provided always that the 
funds or property of the Company for the time being shall alone be answerable to the 
demands thereupon under the policy, and that no member of the Company shall upon 
any account be subject or liable to any demands for any loss of property under the policy 
beyond his or her share or interest in the capital stock or funds of the Company, and 
which share is set opposite to his or her signature to the Deed of Settlement establishing 
the Company, or mentioned in some other deed referring thereto, and declaring him or 
her to be a member thereof, anything contained in the policy to the contrary notwith- 
standing. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada,, 
bearing date the 3l8t March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, to trans- 
act Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited ohsets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada aa 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $107,066.66, held by Messrs. Glynn & Co., bankers, as agents for the Receiver-G^nerai 
for the Dominion of Canada. 



THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Register No. 753. Certificate of Registry No. 448. 



1. Head Office, New York City. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, George 
H. Roberts, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. 

2. The kgislaii/oe enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : An Aot to pro- 
vide for the incorporation of Life and Health Insurance Companies, and in relation to 
agencies of such companies, passed June 24th, 1853. 

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3. Membertty how related. — Under the charter of the Society it is a mutual company, 
and all the profits are distributed among the policy holders. Under the law of New York 
State when this Society was incorporated, Life Insurance Companies were required to 
have a cash capital of ^100,000. Dividends on said capital are limited to 7 per cent, per 



4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the'dlst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st d^ of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada a? 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : (A) are applicable solely to 
policies existing Slst March, 1878, (6) to policies issued subsequently: $100,000 U. S. 
Bondrt, (A) $375,000 U. 8. Bonds, jf99,766 67 Province of Quebec Bonds. $976,333 
Municipal Debentures. (B) accepted at $1,427,572, being $100,000 (A), and $1,327,572 
(B). Also $1,605,000 in the hands of Canadian Trustees under the Insurance Act. 



SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 700. Certificate of Registry No. 392. 



1. Head Office, Edinburgh, Scotland, Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, 
William A Medland, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the 
name of the Scottish Union and National Insurance Company. 

2. Ihe legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed, are the following : 41 Vict., chap. 
53, 1878, The Scottish Union and National Insurance Company's Act, 1878 ; 49 Vict, 
chap. 6, 1886, The Scottish Union and National Insurance Company's Act, 1886 ; 55 
Vict., chap. 17, 1892, The Scottish Union and National Insurance Company's Act, 1892. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in a joint stock company, and the 
liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held 
by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the va^ue 
of 1100,483, held by the Dominion Government, 

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NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 670. Oeitificate of RegiBtry, No. 362. 



1. Head Office, City of New York. Chief A^ent and Attorney for Ontario, F. A 
King, Toronto, ^aits by or against the Company may be broaght in the name of The 
New York Life Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, daties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or gOTerned are the following : New York, 1892, 
chap. 690, an Act in relation to Insurance Corporations, constituting chapter 38 of the 
General Laws. New York, 1892, chap. 687, an Act to amend the General Corporation Law. 

3. The members are related in the respect that the Company is a purely mutual 
Company, and that every person effecting insurance with the Company becomes a member 
of the Company and has the right to vote at the annual elections of Trustees of tne 
Company. There are no shareholders, and the liability of the members is limited to the 
terms of their respective policies. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the3l8tdayof March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Csmada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $1,163,700 held by Government ; also $2,010,000 invested with Canadian trustees 
under the Insurance Act. 



THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 677. Certificate of Registry No. 369. 



1. Head Office, Toronto; P. H. Sims, Secretary. Suits by or against the Company 
may be brought in the name of The British America Assurance Company. 

2. Tfie legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now dt^clared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Canada, 
17th May, 1872 ; 45 Vict. chap. 99, an Act to amend and consolidate as amended, the 
several Acts relating to the British America Assurance Company, 56 Vict. chap. 75 (D). 

3. T?ie members are related as shareholders in an incorporated stock company. The 
amount of capital stock is $500,000, which is fully paid up. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire and Inland Marine Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : $61,000 Municipal Debentures 
and $1,000 Canada Pacific Railway Bonds. (Accepted at $55,314.) 

Recent legislation respecting The British America Assurance Coofipany was published 
in the report of 1893. 

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CALEDONIAN INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 710. Certificate of Registry No. 402^ 



1. Head Office, Edinbargh, Scotland. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, 
George Harold Muntz, Toronto. Saits by or against the Company may be brought in 
the name of The Caledonian Insurance Company. 

2 The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : Parliament of 
Great Britian and Ireland. 1846, chap. 65, an Act for incorporating the Caledonian- 
Insurance Company ; 1880, chap. 68, an Act to amend, vary and extend the powers of 
The Caledonian Insurance Company ; 1892, an Act for enlarging the powers of the 
Caledonian Insurance Company and for amending the Company's Acts of 1846 and 1880. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is unlimited, but the policies of the Company contain a- 
clause by which the liability is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares. 

NoTB — The clause above referred to is as follows . It is hereby expressly provided 
and declared that the capital stock and funds of the said Company for the time being shall 
alone be answerable for any demands arising under this policy, and that no shareholder 
or member of the said Company shall, under any circumstances, be subject or liable for 
more than the amount, not already called up, of his or her share or shares in the capital 
of the said Company at the time the claim shall arise. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 3l8t March, 1896, and expiring on the Slst day of March, 1897, to 
transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Province of Quebec Bonds,. 
$3,893.33 ; Canada Bonds, $4,866.77 ;• Municipal Debentures, $121,438.86. (Accepted 
at $118,565.) 



THE UNITED STATES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE CITY OF 

NEW YORK. 

Register No. 689. Certificate of Registry No. 381. 



1. Head Office, New York City. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Lewis 
A. Btewart. Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The United States Life Insurance Company in the City of New York. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the power, duties, rights and obligations of the 
Ootnpany are now declared, defined or governed, are the following : New York, chap. 308, 
1849, an Act to provide for the Incorporation of Insurance Companies, passed April 10th, 
1B49 ; chap. 710, 1870, an Act to amend the Charter of The United States Life Insurance 
Company, passed May 6th, 1870 ; chap. 624, 1872, an Act to amend the Charter of The 
United States Life Insurance Company in the City of New York, passed May 10th, 1872 ; 
chap. 44, 1882, an Act to amend the Chai-ter of the United States Life Insurance 
Company in the City of New York, passed March 3l8t, 1882. 

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3. The members a/re related as shareholders ia an incorporated joint stock company. 
The directors are elected by the owners of the capital stock, bat the policy holders are 
eligible as directors. The capital is entitled to 7 per cent, interest only, all other profits 
belong to the policy holders. There is no liability to stockholders, as the capital stock 
<8440,000) is fully paid up, 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Oanada, 
bearing date the 31&t day of March, 1896 and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited asseta, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $142,500, held by the Minister of Finance of the Dominion of Canada. 



UNION MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 708. Certificate of Registry No. 400. 



1. Head Office, Portland, in the State of Maina Chief Agent and Attorney for 
Ontario, Edwin J. Atkinson, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought 
in the name of The Union Mutual Life Insurance Company. 

2. Tlie legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : State of Maine, 

1848, chap. 124, an Act to incorporate The Union Mutual Life Insurance Company ; 

1849, chap. 312, an Act in addition to an Act to incorporate The Union Mutual Life 
Insurance Company ; 1864, chaj^. 315, an Act additional zo an Act to incorporate The 
Union Mutual Life Insurance Company, and to amend an Act in additioa thereto, 
approved of June 27th, 1849 ; 1869, chap. 10, an Act to amend the Charter of The Union 
Mutual Life Insurance Company ; 1877, chap. 334, an Act to amend the Charter of The 
Union Mutual Life Insurance Company j 1878, chap. 74, an Act to consolidate, revise 
and amend the various Acts which constitute the Charter of The Union Mutual Life 
Insurance Company ; 1889, chap. 526, an Act to amend the Charter of the Union Mutual 
Life Insurance Company ; 1883 (Revised Statutes), chap. 49, Insurance and Insurance 
Companies ; 1885, chap. 290, an Act to amend section 73 of chap. 49 of Revised Statutes, 
relating to licensing Insurance Agents ; 1885, chap. 329, an Act providing for the Taxa- 
tion of Life Insurance Companies^ 1878, chap. 5, an Act to amend section 59, chap. 49, 
of the Revised Statutes relating to securities ; 1887, chap. 71, an Act to amend sections 
91 and 92 of chap. 49 of the Revised Statutes relating to Life Insurance; 1889, ch-iip. 
268, an Act to amend section 65 of chap. 49 of the Revised Statutes relating of examina- 
tion of Insurance Companies ; 1889, chip 281, an Aot to prohibit di3;;rimin>&tioa in Life 
or Endowment Insurance Policies; 1891, chap. 112, an Act to amend chap. 49 of the 
Revised Statutes relating to Insurance; 1891, chap. 128, an Act to prohibit discrimina- 
tion in Life or Endowment Insurance Policies. 

3. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896 and expiring on the 31st day of Maroh, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

4. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holdera therein as follows : Province of Ontario Annuity 
bonds, present value, $.^77,468 ; Montreal Harbor Boads, $30,000 ; and Province of 
New Brunswick bonds, $100,000 and $65,000 United States bo&ds. Total accepted 
value, $569,468. 

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THE TRAVELLERS' INSURANCE COMPANY. 
RegiBter No. 721. Certificate of Registry No. 413. 



1. Head Office, Hartford, Conn. Chief Agent and Attorney, Wilson Irwin, Toronto. 
Salts by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the Travellers^ 
Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : Resolution incor- 
porating the Travellers' Insurance Company, June 17th, 1863; resolution amending the 
Charter of the Travellers* Insurance Company, June 16tb, 1864 ; same May Slst, 1866 ; 
same June 6lh, 1866 ; same April 24ih, 1883; same April 13th, 1887. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company ; 
the capital stock has been fully paid in by the shareholders, and there is no liability upon 
the members. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 3l8t day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life and Accident insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : $74,947 Province of Manitoba 
5 per cent. Bonds ; $639,500 Municipal Debentures ; §35,000 Montreal Harbor Bonds, 
and S50,000 Canadian Pacific R. R. Bonds, and "$48,666 Province of Quebec Bonds. 
Total, 8848,113. Also $100,000 in hands of Canadian trustees under the Insurance Act. 
(Accepted at $874,446.) 



THE TEMPERANCE AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OP 

NORTH AMERICA. 

Register No. 750. Certificate of Registry No. 443. 



1. Head Office, Toronto, Ontario ; Henry Sutherland, Manager. Suits by or against 
the Company may be brought in the name of The Temperance and Qeneral Life Assurance 
Company of North America. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, ria^hts and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : 47 Vict., chap. 
97, April 19th, 1884 ; R. S. C, chap. 124, The Insurance Act. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company. 
Amount of authorized capital, $1,000,000; amount of subscribed capital $100,000; 
amount of paid up capital $60,000 ; and the liability of the members is limited to the 
amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them, viz., $40,000. 

4 The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 3l8t day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897^ 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
$')0,000, held by the Treasury Dapartment, Ottawa. 

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THE SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA 
Register No. 737. Certificate of Registry No. 429. 



1. Head Office, Montreal, Que. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Frederick 
O. Cope, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The 
Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed, are the following : Canada, 1865, 
chap. 43, an Act to incorporate The Sun Insurance Company of Montreal ; 1870, chap. 
58, Jin Act to amend the Act intituled an Act to incorporate the Sud Insurance Company 
of Montreal ; 1871, chap. 53, an Act to amend the Act incorporating The Sun Insurance 
Company of Montreal; 1882, chap. 100. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them. 
Capital subscribed $500,000, of which there has been paid up 862,500. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1S97, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
•ot $57,600, held by the Receiver-General, Ottawa. 



THE EDINBURGH LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 672. Certificate of Registry No. 364. 



1. Head Office, Edinburgh, Scotland. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario 
David Higginp, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name 
of The Edinburgh Life Assurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined and governed are the following : 8 and 9 Vict. 
<3hap. 76 ; 21 Vict., chap. 3. 

3. Ike memhers are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
having a share capital of £500,000, in 5,000 shares of £100 each, of which capital 
£100,000, or £20 per share has been paid up and £400,000 remains uncalled. By a 
rf cent resolutiop of the propiietors a sum of £25,000 was transferred to be paid-up cap- 
ital, increasing the same to £100,000, as above mentioned, and the liability of the mem- 
bf^rs is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them in terms 
of the contract and co-partnership and Act of Parliament. 

4. The Company is now collecting premiums and paying claims in Canada in virtue 
of clause 32 of The Insurance Act, R. S. C, chap. 124. 

5. De^posited assets. — The Company has deposited with the Receiver-General of 
Oanada the sum of §150,367 as special security for the policy holders in Canada. 

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THK LONDON AND LANCASHIRE LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 682. Certificate of Registry No. 374. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Samuel 
Bruce Harman, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name 
of the London and Lancashire Life Assurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined limited or governf d are the following ; 25 and 
26 Vict., chap. 89 ; 30 and 31 Vict.^ chap. 131 ; 40 and 41 Vict , chap. 26 ; 42 and 43 
Vict, chap. 76 ; 43 Vict , chap. 19 ; 46 and 47 Vict. chap. 30 ; 49 Vict, chap. 23 ; §3 
and 54 Vict, chap. 62 and 63, Companies' Act, 1862, and amending Acts (1867 to 1890), 
cited as the Companies' Acts, 1862 to 1890; 27 Vict, chap 19, Companies* Seal Act, 
1864 ; 38 and 34 Vict., chap. 61, Life Assurance Companies' Act, 1870, and amending 
Acts, 35 and 36 Vict, chap. 41. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company. 
The capital is fully subscribed. One hundred thousand pounds in 10,000 shares of £10 
each, on which £\ per share was originally paid up, and a further £1 per share has been 
paid up out of profits declared, making £20,000 or £2 per share paid up. The liability 
of the members is unlimited, but in all policies issued by the Company a clause is inserted 
which limits the liability of the shareholders, in respect to such policies, to the amount 
unpaid on the shares held by them. 

Note. — The clause referred to is as follows : Provided further, and it is hereby 
stipulated and agreed, that the Directors signing this policy, and the other proprietors 
and holders of shares in the Company, shall not individually, in any manner be, or by 
any process, be made liable to make gocd any claim or demand whatsoever under or by 
virtue of this policy, further than to pay and contribute to the capital of the Company 
the full amount of his or her shares in such capital, and that all such claims and demands 
shall alone be satisfied out of the capital, funds and property of the Company for the 
time being. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 3lBt day of March, 1897, 
to transflkct Life Insurance 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : $10,000 Victoria, B C, Bonds ; 
S23,500 Province of Quebec Bonds ; and Municipal SecuritiefH $88,680. Also .^1,218,197 
invested with Canadian Trustees under Insurance Act. Accepted at §1,331,515. 



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MASSIOHUSETTS BENEFIT LIFE ASSOCIATION. 
Register No. 713. Certificate of Registry No. 405. 



1. Head Office, Boston, Massachusetts. Chief Agent and Attorney for the Province 
of Ontario, Thomas E. P. Sutton, Toronto. Suits by or against the Association may be 
brought in the name of The Massachusetts Benefit Life Association. 

2. The legislatim €7iactmeyits by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Association are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : State 
of Massachupetts, 1885, an Act relating to Life and Casualty Insurance on the Assess- 
ment Plan ; 1890, chap. 421, an Act relating to Assessment Insurance. 

3. The memhers are related as members of an assessment association, and the liability 
of the member is limited to his proportion of the mortality cost, according to age and 
amount insured, tc;^ether with loading of 33J per cent, for emergency or reserve and his 
proportion of the expense cost. 

4. The Association is now authoriz'^d by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance on the Assessment Plan. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Association are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $100,000, held by Receiver General of Canada. 



LLOYDS PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 732. Certificate of Registry No. 424. 



1. Head Office, New York. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Arthur L. East- 
mure, Toronto. 

2. Tlie legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Ne^ 
York, 1853, amended 1879, chap. 485, an Act to provide for the incorporation of Life 
and Health Insurance Companies. 

3. Th". members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by th^ Dominion of Cansd^, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 3l8t day of March, 1897, 
to transact Plate Glass insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada M 
spe;ial security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of §21,878, held by Minister of Finance. 

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THE LONDON ASSURANCE. 
Register No. 686. • Certificate of Registry No. 378. 



Head Office, London, England. Chief ' t;»jnt and Attorney for Ontario, 



, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The London Assurance. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Parlia- 
ment of Great Britain, 54 and 55 Vict., The London Assurance Act, 1891. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slst day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire, Life and Inland Marine Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : $107,000 Municipal Securities, 
(Accepted at $160,300.) 



TEE LONDON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 669. CertiQcate of Registry No. 361. 



1. Head Office, London, Ontario; John George Richter, Manager and Secretary' 
Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the London Life Insur- 
ance Company. 

2. The legislatize enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Ontario, 
37 Vict., chap. 85 ; Canada, 47 Vict., chap. 89 ; Canada, 48 and 49 Vict., chap. 94 ; 
Oanada, 54 and 55 Vict., chap. 117. 

3 The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
ftnd the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring the 31st day of March, 1897, to 
transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Aseets of the Company are deposited and hold in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at $54,000, 
held by the Government of Canada. 

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THE LONDON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA. 
Regifiter No. 694. • Certificate of Registry No. 386. 



1. Head Office, London, Ontario ; Duncan C. Macdonald, Manager and Secretary. 
Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The London Mutual 
Fire Insurance Company of Canada. 

2. The legislative enactvients by which the power?, duties, rights and obligation of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following ; Province 
of Upper Canada, 18o9, chap. 52, General Insuraice Act; Parliament of Canada, 1863, 
27 Vict, chap. 52, an Act to grant certain powers to the County of Middlesex Mutual 
Fire Insurance Company, and to change its name ; Dominion of Canada, 1878, 41 Yict, 
chap. 40, an Act to grant certain powers to Aj^ricultural Mutual Assurance Association 
of Canada, and to change its name ; Dominion of Canada, R. S. C, chap. 124, The Insur- 
ance Act. 

3. The members are related as members of a mutual fire insurance company insuring 
on the premium note as well as on the cash system, and the liability of the members is 
limited to the amount of their ptemium noUs or cash premium, as the case may be. 

4. The Company is now authorized by licpnse issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $50,058, held by Receiver General of Canada. 



PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. 
Register No. 717. Certificate of Registry No. 409. 



1. Head OflSce, Brooklyn, N.Y. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Lewis 0. 
Camp, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
Phenix Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative evactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limit* d or governed are the following : State of 
New York, 1892, chap. 690, an Act in relation to Insurance Corporations, constituting 
chap. 38 of the general laws. 

3. The memhers are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock compiny, 
and the liability of the memViers is limited to the amount of the bhareh held by them, the 
whole amount of the shares being, however ([mrsuant to the laws of the State), fully paid 
up 

4. The Company is now junhoriz^d by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, ISTG, and (xpiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire and Inland Marir.e Insurance. 

.5. Df' posited assets — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $100,000. 

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THE MANUFACTURERS' LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 735. Certificate of Registry No. 427. 



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1. Head Office, Toronto ; J. F. Junkin, Manager. Suits by or against ^e Company 
may be brought in the name of Tho Manufacturers' Life Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the CoUipany aie now declared, deiined, limited or governed are the f )llowing : Canada^ 
chap. 104, 1887, Vict. 50 and 51, an Act to incorporate The 'Manufacturers* Life Insur- 
ance Company; Canada, R. S. C, (1886), chap. 124, The Insurance Act. 

3 The members are related as members of an incorporated joint stock company, and 
the liability of the members is limited to the amount of shares held by them. 

4. The Company it now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
hearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slst day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Arsete of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
150,000, held by the Government of Canada. 



THE MANUFACTURERS' GUARANTEE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 

Register No. 734. Certificate of Registry No. 426. 



1. Head Office, Toronto, Ontario ; J. F. Junkin, Manager. Suits by or against the 
Company may be brought in the name of The Manufacturers' Guarantee and Accident 
Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Corapany are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Canada, 
chap. 104, 1887, Vict. 50 and 51 ; Canada, R. S. C, chap. 124, The Insurance Act. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount of shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearingdatetheSlst day of March, 189G, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Accident Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of 820,000, held by the Government of Canada. 

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THE MEROANTILEiFIRE INSUKANCE COMPANY. 

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Regiater No. 676. Certificate of Registry No. 368. 



1. Head Office, Waterloo, Ontario ; James Lockie, Secretary. Suits by or against 
the Company may be brought in the name of the Mercantile Fire Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powtrp, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Ontario, 
37 Vict., thap. 87, an Act to incorporate The Mercantile Fire Insurance Company ; 55 
Vict. chap. 101, an Act ta amend the Act to incorporate The Mercantile Fire Insurance 
Oompany. 

3. The memhera are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock com] any, 
under and as eet forth in their said Act of Incorporation, and the liability of the mtmbers 
is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — AsEots of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of ?50,057, held by the Receiver-General at Ottawa. 



THE COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' MUTUAL BENEFIT SOClErY. 
Register No. 679. Certificate of Registry No. 371. 



1. Head Office, Toronto, Ontario; William G. H. Lowe, Secretary. Suits by or 
against the Society may be brought in the name of The Commercial Travellers' Mutual 
Benefit Society. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Society are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : R. S. C, 
1887, chap. 172 ; Ontario, 1588, chap. 26; Ontario, 1890, chap. 39 ; Canada, R. S. C, 
chap. 124, an Act respecting Insurance. 

3. The members are related as members of an assessment society, and the liability of 
the members is limited to assessments and annual fees. (By-laws, article 15, provides as 
follows : " There shall be payable upon the decease of a member . . which sum 
shall be realized as far as may be necessary from assessments made on each member until 
the same is paid in full, without deduction or abatement.") 

4. The Society is now authorized by certificate of registration issued by the Dominion 
of Ctmada, bearing date the 3l8t March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 
1 897, to transact Assessment Life Insurance. 

5. The Society has no deposit with the Dominion Government. 

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THE DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE OQMPANY. 
Register No. 754. Certiacate of Registry No. 447. 



1. Head Office, Waterloo, Oatario. Thomas Hiliiard, Managing Director. Suits 
by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the Dominion Life Assurance 
Company. 

2. The legiftlcUive enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Canada, 
1889, 52 Vict., chap. 95, an Act to incorporate the Dominion Life Assurance Company ; 
R. S. C, chap. 124, The Insurance Act ; R. S. C , chap. 118, The Companies' Clauses' 
Act. 

3. The metnbers are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
with a subscribed capital of $257,600, of which 25 per cent has been called in and fully 
paid up in cash, amounting to $64,400, and the liability of the members is limited to the 
amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them, being 75 per cent, of the saia 
subscribed capital stock. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Cmada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring the 31st day of March, 1897, to 
transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held as security for 
the policy holders in Canada as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of $50,195, held 
by Receiver-General of Canada. 



THE DOMINION PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 683. Certificate of Registry No. 375. 



1. Head Office, Montreal, Qae. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Joseph B. 
lieed. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The Dominion 
Plate Glass Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactnveitts by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Oompany are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Canada, 
1888, chap. 95, an Act to incorporate The Dominion Plate Glass Insurance Company. 

3. Tlie members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid on the shares 
teld by them. 

4. The Company is no V authoriz<)d by license issued by the Dominion of Caji^da, 
^ring date the 3l8t day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Plate Glass Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada ^ 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows: $5,000 Province of Que^J^ 
^nds and $11,000 Municipal Securities. Total, $16,000. (Accepted at $14,900.) 

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DOMINION BURGLARY GUARANTEE COMPANY (LIMITED). 
Register No. 728. . Certificate of Registry No. 420. 



1. Head Office, Montreal, Qae. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Henry D. 
P. Armstrong, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name 
of The Dominion Burglary Guarantee Company (Limited). 

2. Company, how constituted or incorporated — The Company was incorporated by 
an Act of Parliament of Canada, in the fifty -sixth year of Her Majesty's reign, and 
assented to on the first day of April, 1893. 

3. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the followinaj : Canada, R. S. C, 
chap. 124, The Insurance Act, and the Act of Incorporation, 56 Vict., chap. 78, Canada. 

4. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock coropany, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remainiog unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

5. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the SFst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Burglary Guarantee Insurance. 

6. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of 825,200, held by the Treasury Department, Ottawa. 



COVENANT MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS. 
Register No. 688. Certificate of Registry No. 380. 



1. Head Office, Galesburg, Illinois. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Addison 
H. Hoover, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The Covenant Mutual Life Association of Illinois. 

2. Tits legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Association are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : General 
Assembly of the State of IllinoiH, 1887, an Act to provide for the organ'2;ition and man- 
agement of Corporations or Societies for the purpose of furnishing life, indemnity or 
pecuniary benefit to the beneficiaries of deceased members, or accident or permanent dis- 
ability indemnity to members thereof. 

3. The members are all policy holders of the Association, and the liability of tbe 
members is limited to the payment of mortuary calls in accordance with the rules and 
regulations of the Association. 

4.' The Association is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Assessment Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Association are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $53,533, held by the Receiver- General of Canada. 

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THE BOIi.ER INSPECTION AND INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA. 
Register No. 695. Certificate of Registry No. 387. 



1. Head Office, Toronto ; Alexander Fraeer, Seers tary-Treaaurer. Suits by or against 
the Oompany may be broaght in the name of the corporation. 

2. Tlie legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limi<:ed or governed, are the following : Parlia- 
ment of Canada, 38 Vict, chap. 95, an Act to incorporate The Canadian Steam Users' 
Insurance Association ; 45 Vict., chap. 102, an Ajt to amend the Act incorporating The 
Canadian Steam Users, Association; 52 Vict , chip. 97, an Ait to amend the Act incor- 
porating The Boiler Insp'^ction and Insurance Company of Canada ; 55 Vict., an Act 
respecting The Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company of Canada. 

3. The mfirnhnrs are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liaViility of the members is limited to th^ amount remaining unpaid on the shares 
held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the SIst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slst day of March, 1897, 
to traii&act Steam Boiler Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets — A^^sets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as f jUows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
$49,252, held by the Receiver- General of Canada. 



SUN INSURANCE OFFICE. 
Register-No. 673. Certificate of Registry No. 365. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Henry 
M. Blackburn, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name 
of the Chairman or Treasurer of the Directors for the time being, or of the Secretary of 
the Office. 

2. The legislative enactTnents by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Parliament 
of the United Kinsfdom of Qreat Britain and Ireland, 54-55 Vict., chap. 97, Sun Insur- 
ance Office Act, 1891. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an unincorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the mimbera is limited by contract to the amount remiining unpaid 
iipon the shares held by them. [See Sun Insurance Offije Act, 1891, 54 55 Vict., chap. 
97 (Imp.), sec. 21.] 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Cjmpi^ny are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
$295,333, held by the Superintendent of Insurance, Ottawa. 

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PROVIDENT SAVINGS LIFE ASSURANCE SOOIETY OF NEW YORK!. 
Register No. 719. Certificate of Registry No. 411. 



1. Head Office, New York. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Robert H. 
Matson, Toronto. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Society are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Charter filed 
under the law of New York ; Dominion of Canada, R. S. 0. 124, the Insurance Act. 

3. The members are related aR shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them, — all of the stock ($100,000) being, however, fully paid up, pursuant 
to the law of New York State. 

4. The Society is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, bear- 
ing date the 3l8t Maich, 1896, and expiring on the 3lBt day of March, 1897, to transact 
Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Society are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $50,400, held by Receiver- General of Canada. 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPA^^Y. 
Register No. 736. Certificate of Registry No. 428. 



1. Head Office, Waterloo, Ontario; William Hendry, Manager. Suits by or against 
the Company may le brought in the name of the Ontario Mutual Life Assurance Com- 
pany. 

^. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Canada, 
41 Vict, chap. 33, an Act to incorporate The Ontario Mutual Life Assurance Company ; 
52 Vict, chap. 96, an Act to amend the Act incorporating the Ontario Mutual Life 
Assurance Company. 

3. 1 he Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 3l8t day of March, 1897, 
4}0 tiaosact Life Insurance. 

4. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
$♦1^,69 J, held by Receiver-General, Ottawa. 

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THE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA. 
Register No. 699. Certificate of Registry No. 391. 



1. Head Office, Philadelphia, U.S. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, W. A. 
Medland, Toronto. 

2. The Company was incorporated by Act of General Assembly, April 14th, 1794, 
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, U.S.A., and the documents evidencing the same 
are filed or deposited in the office of the Secretary of State at Harrisburg, Penn. 

3. TAft membtrs are related as members of a joint stock company, capital t3,000,000» 
fdlly paid, and the liability of the members is limited to the amount of their full paid 
stock. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slst day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire and Inland Marine Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security ibr the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
$100,000. 



THE HOME LIFE ASSOCIATION OF CANADA. 
Register No. 678. Certificate of Registry No. 370. 



1. Head Office, Toronto; A. J. Pattison, Manager. Suits by or against the Com- 
pany may be brought in the name of The Home Life Association of Canada. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are uow declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Dominion 
of Oanada, 53 Vict., chap. 46, 1890 (Special Act). R. S. C, chap. 124, the Insurance 
Act; R S. C, chapi 118, the Companies' Clauses Act. 

3. T?is members are related as members of an assessment association, and the liability 
of the members is limited to the assessments of which due notice has been given. 

4. Guarantee fund stock of $100,000 is authoiized, of which the full amount has been 
subscribed. 

5. The Company is now authorized by certificate of registration issued by the 
Dominion of Canada, bearing date the 3l8t day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st 
day of March, 1897, to transact Life Insurance on the Assessment Plan. 

6. Deposited assets. — The Association has no deposit with the Government of Canada. 

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BOIVIN, WILSON & CO. 
Begister No. 751. Certificate of Registry Na 444. 



1. Head Office, Montreal, Qae. Chief ^gent and Attorney for Ontario, Thomai 
Clai k Blogf?, Toronto. Suits by or against the partnership may be brought in the name 
of Boivin, Wilson & Co. 

2 The present full name of the firm is Boivin, Wilson «fe Co. ; the firm is composed 
of Joseph Dufresne, Leonard I. Boivin and Joseph M. Wilson. 

3. Members of the firm are related as partners with no reservations. All are jointly 
and severally responsible. 

4. The firm is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Oanada, bearing 
date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slst day of March, 1897, to 
transact Insurance against Accident to Plate Glass. 

5. Deposited a««e^a~ Assets of the firm are deposited and held in Canada as special 
security for the policy holders therein as follows : $5,000 Oanada Stock, and $13,567 
Municipal Securities. (Accepted at $1 7, 2 1 1 . ) 



TBE CONNECTICUT FlRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Begister No. 749. Certificate of Registry No. 442. 



1. Head Office, Hartford, Conn. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Edwin P. 
Pearson, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The 
Connecticut Fire Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Gener&l 
Assembly, State of Connecticut, May Session, 1850, Incorporation; State of Connecticut, 
May Session, 1875, power to increase capital to $1,000,000; State of Connecticut, Janu- 
ary, 1884, time of annual meeting changed. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incoiporated joint stock company, 
and the liability is limited to the amount of stock owned. 

4. The Company is now authoiized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slst day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. DejyosUed assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit; accepted at the valae 
of $100,000, held by the Dominion of Canada. 

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THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED.) 
RegiRler No. 702. Certificate of Registrj No. 394. 



1. Head Office, London, Eag. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Alfred W. 
Smith, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought ia the name of The 
Imperial insurance Company (Limited.) 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following: Great 
Britain and Ireland, 1892, chap. 112, Acts 54 and 65 Vict. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
legiBiered under and subject to the Companies' Acts 1862 to 1890 (i^hich limit the 
liability of the members), and with memorandum of and articles of Association, and the 
liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held 
bj them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the*Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
spfciai s<)ourity for the policy holders tht;rein as follows: ;|1 29,453 Canada Stock and 
$63,266.67 Province of British Columbia, 3 per cent. Stock. 



NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 706. Certificate of Registry No. 398. 



1. Head Office, London, England, and Edinburgh, Scotland. Chief Agent and 
Alt rney for Ontario, Robert Nelson Gooch, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company 
majr be brought in the name of North British and Mercantile Insurance Company. 

2. TJis legislative enaclinents by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following: 1860, 
23-24 Vict., chap. 115 (Imp.), The North British Insurance Company's Act, 1860 ; 1862, 
^5-26 Vict., chap. 102, North British and Mercantile Insurance Company's Act, 1862 ; 
l^'O, 33 Vict , chap. 21, The Nor^h British and Mercantile Insurance Company's Act, 
1^70; 1882, 45 Vict, chap. 52, The North British and Mercantile Insurance Company's 
Act, 1882; 1889, 52-53 Vict., chap. 142, The North British and Mercantile Insurance 
Coiupany'8(S ottinh Provincial Transfer) Act, 1889 ; 1892, 55 Vict., (Royal assent, 20th 
^^)y 1692), The North British and Mercantile Insurance Company's Act, 1892. 

3. TJye members are related as shareholders in an incorporated j^int stock company, 
&t.d the liability of the mem beis is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
^^area held by cfaem. 

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4. Ttie Oompanj is now authorized by license issued bj the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31bt daj of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slst day of March, 1897, 
to transfer Fire and Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Oompanj are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : $124,000 Montreal Harbor 
Bonds; $413,000 Municipal Debentures; $75,000 Province of New Brunswick Bonds: 
$31,146.67 Province of Manitoba Bonds; $60,613 32 Victoria Government Bonds; 
$97,333.33 Queensland Bonds. Total $791,093.33. Accepted at $713,093; being 
$339,247 Fire, $52,200 Life A and $339,646 Life B. 



MANCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 707. Certificate of Registry No. 399. 



1. Head Office, Manchester, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, 
James Jtoomer, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name 
of The Manchester Fire Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : The 
several (Imp.) Public General Acts aflecting insurance companies, and the business of 
insurance ; Canada, R. S. C, ch»p. 124, The Insurance Act. 

3. The memhers are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is unlimited. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March^ 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : $102,200 Canada 3| per cent. 
Stock, and $100,000 Canada 4 per cent. Stock. 



uElNA INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 690. Certificate of Registry No. 382. 



1. Head Office, Hartford, Conn. Chief Agent and Attorney, Thomas R. Wood, 
Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The ^tna 
Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : General 
Assembly of the State of Connecticut, 1820, 1839, 1857, 1864, 1877, 1881, 1886. 

3. The members are related to each other as shareholders of an incorporated joint 
stock company^ and the liability of the members is nil as the stock is f ul y paid up. 

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4. The Oompany is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 3l8t day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire and Inland Marine Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of th^ Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows: $19,000 Municipal Securities, 
14,000 Montreal Harbor Bonds, and $89,000 Canadian Pacific Railway Bonds. (Total 
deposit accepted at $100,800.) 



THE NORWICH AND LONDON ACCIDENT INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 
Register No. 696. Certificate of Registry No. 388. 



1. Head Office, Norwich, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Hugh 
Scott, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the 
Trustees of the Association, or any of the Directors ; and the Association may be sued in 
its own name. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : There was 
no Act of Parliament in force for regulating insurance Oompemies in England at the time 
this Association was established ; in Canada, the Company is governed by the public gen- 
eral law of the Dominion and of the Province. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an unincorporated joint stock com* 
TBny, and liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
fihares held by them, by a special clause inserted in each policy, in accordance with the 
provisions of clause 42 of the Deed of Settlement. 

Note. — The clause referred to reads as follows: Provided always that tbe sub- 
scribed capital and other funds and property of the Association for tbe time being, accord- 
ing to this Deed or Supplemental Deed of Settlement of the Association, shall alone be 
liable to make good and satisfy all claims and demands under this policy, and no director 
or shareholder of the Association, his heirs, executors or administrators shall be in any- 
wise individually subject or liable to any such claims or demands, or to any process or 
eiecution in respect thereof, beyond so much of the share or shares held by him, her or 
them, in the said capital as at the time of such claims or demands being made, shall not 
be subject to prior claims or demands, and shall not have been then paid up, and no other 
person shall on any account whatsoever be in anywise subject or liable to any claim or 
demand in respect of this policy. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slst day of March, 1897, 
to transact Accident Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
fipccial security for the policy holders therein as follows : In Canada, deposit accepted at 
the value of $58,400, Canada 4 per cent. Bonds. 

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THE NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY. 
Register No. 718. Certificate of Register No. 410. 



1. Head Office, Norwich, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Oat mo, John B. 
Laidlaw, Toronto. Suits by or against the Society may be laid in the name of the Pahlic 
Officers of the Society. 

2. The legialotiive enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Society are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Parliament 
of Great Britain and Ireland, 1879, The Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society's Act. 

3. The members are related aa shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Society is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the Slat diy of Mirch, 1397, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Society are deposited and. held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows: $124,333 Canada Stock, and 
$25,000 Loan Company's Debentures. 



AMERICAN SURETY COMPANY OF NEW YORK. 
Registry No, 741. Certificate of Registry No. 433, 



1. Head Office, New York City. Chief A,^ent ani Attorney for Ontario, Alexander 
Dixon, Toronto. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations oi 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : New 
York, 1892, chap. 690. 

3 Members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, and 
the lia\>ility of its members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares 
held by them. The capital of the Company is $1,000,000, and is fully paid up. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Guarantee Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and heM in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : 850,000 United States Bonds. 



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THE NATIONAL ASSURANCE COMPANY OF IRELAND. 
Register No. 675. Certificate of Registry No. 367. 



1. Head Office, Dublin, Ireland. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, J. H. 
Ewart, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The 
National Assurance Company of Ireland. 

2. The legidative enactrMtUs by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Oompany are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following, in addition 
to the Charter : Parliament of the United Kingdom, 1876, 39-40 Vict., chap. 66, an Act 
lor transferring to the National Assurance Company of Ireland, the business of The 
Liberal Annuity Company of Dublin ; for amending the Charter for the first named 
OompaBy and for other purposes; 1P87, 50 51 Vict., an Act to amend the National 
Assuranse Company of Ireland Act, 1876, and to make further provisions with respect to 
the Charter and capital of the Company ; and as to agreements made by the Company^ 
and for other purposes. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated company whose capita 
is £1,000,000, divided into 40,000 shares of £25 eath, on each of which £2 10«. has 
beeu paid, with power under aforesaid Charter to increase the capital to £2,000,000, and 
the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares 
held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada^ 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 3lst day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : $100,161 Canada Stock. 



THE HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 716. Certificate of Registry ^o. 408. 



1. Head Office of the Company, Hartford, Conn. Chief Agent and Attorney for 
Ontario, Peter A. McCallum. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the 
name of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Oompany are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Charter 
of 1810 and subsequent amendments. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company 
uid the liability of the members is limited to the par value of stock held by them. 

4. The Oompany is licensed by the Dominion of Canada to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
^P^al security for the policy holders therein as follows : In Cdinada, deposit accepted at. 
the value of $100,000, held by the Minister of Finance. 

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THE PHOENIX IISSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD. 
Register No. 730. Certificate of Registry No. 422. 



1*. Head Office, Hartford, Conn. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Richard 
H. Butt, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The Phoenix Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now <leclared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Charter, 
May 26th, 1857; amendments to Charter, January 15th, 1874; March 3l8t, 1S81 ; 
February 25tb, lb85. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
with a capital of $2,000,000, consisting of 20,000 shares of $100 each, fully paid up in 
cash, and the liability of the members is limited to the amount of the shares held by them. 

- 4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 3ist day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value of 
$173,200, held by Receiver- General. 



AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE SOCIETY. 
Register No. 742A. Certificate of Registry No. 435. 



1. Head Office, Wafcertown, New York. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, 
G«orge Q. Maurer, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the 
name of The Agricultural Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : State of 
New York, 1892, chap. 690, an Act in relation to Insurance Corporations ; 1884, chap. 
338, an Act to amend the Charter of the Agricultural Insurance Company ; 1892, chap. 
3, an Aet to amend chapter 338 of laws of 1884. 

3. Ths members are rekUed as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon tht 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by ihe Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 3l8t day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Fire and Cyclone or Tornado Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holderp therein as follows : $138,100 Municipal Debentures, 
accepted at $122,850. 

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MUTUAL RESERVE FUND ASSOCIATION. 
Register No. 667. Certificate of Registry No. 359. 



1. Head Office, New York City. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, William 
J. McMartry, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name 
of The Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association. 

2. Th^ legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following: State of 
New York, 1875, chap. 267, an Act for the incorporation of Societies and Clubs for 
certain lawful purposes; 1883, chap. 175, an Act to provide for the incorporation and 
regulation of Co-operative or Assessment Life and Casualty Insurance Associations and 
Societies. 

3. ITie members are related as follows : Each policy holder becomes a member of the 
Association, and becomes entitled to a votb at the annual meeting of the Association, and 
there is no liability incurred by becoming a member of the Association. 

4. The Company is now authorized by licence issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 18U6, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance on the Assessment Plan. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $100,857, held by Receiver-General. 



THE CANADA ACCIDENT ASSURANCE COMPANY* 
Register No. 705. Certificate of Registry No. 397. 



1. Head Office, Montreal, Que. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, A. F. 
Jones, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The 
Canada Accident Assurance Company. 

2 The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Dominion 
of Oan^a, 1887, 50-51 Vict., chap. 106, an Act to incorporate the Canada Accident 
Assurance Company. 

3. The members are reUUed as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
&nd the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid on the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by licence issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31s,t day of March, 1897, 
to transact Accident and Plate Glass Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
'special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 

oi 125,072, held by Dominion Government. 

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LONDON GUARANTEE AND AOCIDENT COMPANY (LIMITED). 
BegiBter No. 722. Oertificate of Registry No. 414. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, A I» 
Hubbard, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The London Guarantee and Accident Company (Limited). 

2. The legislative enactments by iphich the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are' the following ; XJaited 
Kingdom, 1867, chap. 31, The Companies' Act; 1870, chap. 102, Joint Stock Companies^ 
Arrangement Act, 1870; 1877, chap. 26, 1879, chap. 79, 1880, chap. 19, 1883, chap 23» 
1883, chap. 30, 1886, chap. 23, 1890, chap. 62, 1890, cbap. 63, Companies* Act. 

3. The memhers are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company^ 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada^ 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897^ 
to transact Guarantee and Accident Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted to the value 
of $69,389 held by Glynn & Co., in the name of the Recei/er-General of Canada. 



THE BRITISH EMPIRE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 739. Certificate of Registry No. 431. 



1. Head Office, London, Eng. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Alfred W. 
Smith, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The 
British Empire Mutual Life Assurance Company. . 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the [Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Great 
Britain and Ireland, 15 Vict., chap. 53, The British Empire Mutual Life Assurance Act, 
1852 ; 25 and 26 Vict., chap. 89, The Companies' Act, 1862. 

3. Members, how related. — All persons who have effected policies (for the time being 
in force) entitled to participate in profits, and the liability of the members is limited to 
the funds and property of the Company by virtue of a proviso in the policies. 

Note. — ^The proviso above referred to reads as follows : Provided that the funds 
and property of the Company, atsoording to the said Deeds of Settlement, shall alone be 
liable to the payment of the moneys payable by or under this policy ; and that no director ' 
or member of this Company shall be responsible for the payment of or oontributioa 

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towards the moneys payable by or under this policy, or personally liable to any demand in 
respect thereof. And that this policy shall not be deemed or taken to be the contract, or 
engagement or assurance of us by whom this policy is signed, or of any director or member 
of the said Company nnd that no suit o^ proceeding whatever shall be brought, taken 
or iBBQpd against us or any director or member of the said Company, or against our lands 
or goods, or the lands or goods of any director or member of the said Company, for any 
breach, non- performance or non-observance of this policy. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5 Deposited Assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada aa 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows . Deposit accepted at the value 
of $115,924, held by the Government of Canada, also $892,500 invested in the hands 
of Canadian Trustees under the Insurance Act. 



MKTROPiiLirAN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 724. Certificate of Registry No 416, 



1. Head Office, New York City. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Frank 
L. Palmer, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be laid in the name of the 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the ,f olio wing : liew 
York State, 1883, chap. 437, an Act to amend the charter of The Metropolitan Life 
Insurance Company of the City of New York. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company ; 
their stock is fully paid and they have no liabilities as shareholders in the Company. The 
Company in its ordinary department is by its charter a mixed Company ; wher'-by after 
the payment of a dividend of seven per cent, per year, and after providing for all the out- 
standing liabilities of the Company, the remaining profits or surplus are placed to the 
credit of the policy holders. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 81sc day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
speciiil security for the policy holders therein as follows ; Deposit accepted at the value of 
$150,000, held by Receiver-General. 



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THE GREAT WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 726. Certificate of Registry No. 418. 



1. Head Office of the Company, Winnipeg, Man. Chief Agent and Attorney for 
the Province of Ontario. Henry Brock, Toronto. 

2. The hgidative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligation s of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : 54-55 
Vict, 0. 115 (D), an Act to incorporate the Great West Life AjBsnrance Company. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated stock company, and 
ihe liability of the members is limited to the amount unpaid upon the shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of Afarch, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $50,400. 



THE STAR LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 
Register No. 744. Certificate of Registry No. 437. 



1. Head Office of the Society, London, Eng. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, 
Alfred W. Briggs, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name 
of the Star Life Assurance Society 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : Deed of settle- 
ment, 2nd October, 1843 ; The Star Life Assurance Society Act, 1868 ; The Star Life 
Assurance Society Act, 1884 ; Resolutions adopted 13th of August, 1884 ; Resolutions 
adopted 1st April, 1885 ; Articles. 

3. TJie msvihers are related as shareholders in the Society to the extent of their shares 
therein as defined by the Deed of Settlement, and the liability of the members is limited 
to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them. 

Note. — Each policy of the Society contains the following stipulation: Provided that 
the funds and property of the Society, for the time being remaining unapplied and undis- 
posed of, shall alone be answerable for any claim or demand upon the Society, under or by 
virtue of this policy, and that only after satisfying all prior claims or demands thereon, 
and that no policy holder of the Society, not being a shareholder therein, shall be subject 
or liable to any such claim or demand, either in law or in equity, and that neither the 
directors who have executed this policy nor any other director or shareholder of the 
Society, whether they shall be respectively policy holders or not, shall be subject or liable 
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so mach of the share or shares (if any) held by them, him or her, in the capital of 
the Society, as shall not for the time being have been paid np, and as shall not be 
requiif d for the satisfaotion of snch prior claims and demands as aforesaid ; and that 
upon the legal transfer by any shareholder, in accordance with the regulations of the 
Society, of any share, the person or persons to whom such transfer shall have been so 
made, and not the transferring shareholder, shall be accountable for the unpaid part of 
sach share. 

4. The Society is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1^97, 
to transact Life Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Society are deposited and held in Oanada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of 9146,000, held by Dominion Government at Ottawa. 



CANADIAN ORDER OF THE WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. 

Register No. 723. Certificate of Registry No. 415. 



1. Head Office, London, Ont. ; W. 0. Fitzgerald, Secretary. Suite by or against 
the Oompany may be brought in the name of The Canadian Order of the Woodmen of 
the World. 

2. Company, how constituted or incorporated. — The company was incorporated 
on the Ist April, lb93, by special Act of the Dominion Parliament, in the 56th year of 
Her Majesty's reign, being chapter 92. 

3. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Oompany are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Parlia* 
ment of Oanada, 1893, 56 Vict, chap. 92; R. S. 0. 1886, chap. 124. 

4. T?ie members are related as members of an assessment company, and the liability 
of the members is unlimited. 

5. The Company is now authorized by certificate of registration, issued by the 
Dominion of Canada, bearing date the 3 1st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st 
day of March, 1897, to transact Life Insurance on the Assessment plaui to the extent 
authorized by the Act of Incorporation. 

6. Deposited assets. — The Company has no deposit with the Government of Canada. 



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THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY 

(LIMITED). 

Register No. 715. Certificate of Registry No. 407. 



1. Head Office, Liverpool, Eng. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Hugh 
Boott) Toronto. Saito by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The 
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company (Limited). 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : United 
Kingdom, 25 and 26 Vict., chap. 89 ; 30 and 31 Vict, chap. 131 ; 40 and 41 Vict., chap. 
26 ; 42 and 43 Vict., chap. 76 ; 43 Vict., chap. 19 ; 46 and 47 Vict., chap. 30; 49 Vict, 
chap. 23 ; 53 and 54 Vict, chap. 62, 63 and 64. 

3. The members are rdated as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the mambers is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 31st day of Maroh, 1896, and expiring on the 3l8t day of March, 1897, 
to transact Ocean and Inland Marine Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special Bfcuiity for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $100,800, held by the Finance Department, Ottawa. 



EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ASSURANCE CORPORATION (LIMITED). 
Register No. 740. Certificate of Registry No. 432. 



1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Charles 
W. I. Woodland, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the 
name of the Employers* Liability Assurance Corporation (Limited). 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limit«>d or governed are the following : United 
Kingdom, 1862, The Companies' Act; chap. 104, Joint Stock Companies' Arrangement 
Act, 1870; 1877, chap. 26; 1879, chap. 79; 1880, chap. 19; 1883, chap. 23; 1883, 
chap. 30; 1886, chap. 23; 1890, chap. 62; 1890, chap. 63, Companies' Acts. Public 
Actis, still in force. 

3. 7 he memhf-rs are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the 3l8t day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Guarantee and Accident Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Compmy are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the valae 
of $75,000, held by the Receiver-General of Canada. 

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CANADIAN RAILWAY ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Regiflter No. 698. Certificate of Registry No. 390. 



1. Head Office, Ottawa, J. W. McRae, President. Suits by or against the Company 
nay be bi ought in the name of the Canadian Railway Accident Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative erhoctmetUs by whi^h the powers, duties, rifl^hts and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Canada, 
chap. 118, 1894, Vict. 27 and 58. An Act to incorporate The Canadian Railway 
Accident Insurance Company ; Canada, R S. C, chap 124, The Insurance Act. 

3. The members are related as members of an incorporated joint stock company , 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount of shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of Maroh^ 1896^ and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Accident Insurance. 

5. Depoeited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security fcr the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of 920,000, held by the Government of Canada. 



ONTARIO ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 731. Certificate of Registry No. 423. 



1. Head Office, Toronto, Ontario ; A. L. Eastmure, Manager. Suits by or against 
the Company may be brought in the name of the Ontario Accident Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, refined or governed are the following : 58-59 Vict., chap. 
83 ; K. 8. C, chap. 124, The Insurance Act. 

3. Th^. members are relcUeU as shareholders in an incorporated joint stoo^ company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
Wring date the Slat day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 3l8t day of March, 1897, 
to transact Accident Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets. — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders herein, as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $21,000, held by the Receiver General. 

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COLONIAL MUTCJAL LIFE ASSOCIATION. 
Eegister No. 749. Certificate of Eegistry No. 442. 



1. Head Office, Montreal; Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, M. B. Ayleeworth, 
Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The Colonial 
Mutual Life Associations. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Dominion 
of Canada, 57-58 Vict., chap. 120, 1894 (Special Act). K. S. C, chap. 124, The Insur- 
ance Act. 

3. The members are related as members of an assessment asBociatioOi and the liability 
of the members is limited to the assessments. 

4. The Company is now authorized by certificate of registration issued by the 
Dominion of Canada, bearing dale the 31st day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st 
day of March, 1897, to transact life Insurance on the Assessment Plan. 

5. Deposited assiii, — The Association has no deposit with the Government of Canada. 



FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Register No. 693. Certificate of R^istry No. 385. 



1. Head Office, San Francisco, California. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, 
George McMurrich, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the 
name of The Fireman's Fund Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments (by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are new declated, defined or governed are the following: Legislature of 
California, 1872, Civil Code of California, — Public Act still in force. 

3. The members are related as share holders in an incorporated joint stock company 
and by the laws of California each stockholder is individually and personally liable for 
such proportions of its debts and liabilities as the amount of shares owned by him bears 
to the whole of the subscribed capital stock of the corporation, and for a like proportion 
only of such debt or claim against the corporation. All the capital has been subscribed^ 
fully paid and issued. 

4. The Company being found within the intent of sec. 3a and 49 (4) of The Insur- 
ance Act of Canada, was, upon due application, admitted to registry in Ontario for the 
transaction of Ocean-Marine Insurance and the registry has been renewed until 30th 
April, 1897, pursuant to Statute of Ontario, 56 Vict, chap. 32, sec. 10 (5). 

5. Deposited assets, — In Canada, pursuant to sec. 3a and 49 (4) Insurance Act of 
Canada, no depodt is required of this Company. 

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FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Thibtt-Third Annual Statement, January Ist, 1896 



D. J. Staples, President ; W. J. Dutton, Vice-President ; B. Feymonville, Secretary ; 
J. B. Lbvison, Marine Secretary ; L. Weinmann, Assistant Secretary. 



Cash capital fully paid in $l,000,COO 00 

Fands reserved to meet all liabilities : 

Re-insurance reserves, California Standard $1,218,571 74 

Losses (not due) 125,491 42 

Outstanding claims '(not due) 117,827 63 

$1,461,890 79 

Net eurplus 987,205 09 

Total assets $3,449,095 88 

Surplus for policy holders over all liabilities 1,987,205 09 

Schedule of Assets 

Keal estate unencumbertd $416,700 00 

Cash on hand and in banks 193,297 39 

Omnibas Cable Go's. Bonds 147,500 00 

Market Street Railway Go's. Bonds 107,500 00 

United States ReRistered 4 per cent. Bonds of 1925 29,3 1 2 50 

Stockton Gas and Electric Go's. Bonds 30,450 00 

Powell Street Railway Go's. Bonds 17,100 00 

SutterStreet Railway Bonds 55,000 00 

Prtfiidio and Ferries R. R. Go's. Bonds 37,000 00 

San Francisco and North Pacific Railway Bondi 20,000 00 

Oakland City Gas, Light and Heat Go's. Bonda 52,250 00 

San Diego Gas and Electric Light Go's. Bonds 20,000 00 

Riverside Water Co's. Bonds 20.000 00 

Olympic Club Bonds 5,000 00 

Pacific Rolling Mill Bonds 14,350 00 

San Pascual School District Bonds 6,312 50 

P»iker Oity, Gr., School Bonds *. . 21,000 00 

I'^'o Alto,. Gal. School District Bonds 15,750 00 

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ScHEDULB OF ASSETS — Continued. 

Baker City, Or., Water Bonds 117,850 Oa 

Independence City, Or., Bonds 3.000 00 

2986 Shares Home Mutual Insnranee Go's. Stock 600,000 DO 

60 " Bank of California Stock 13,920 00 

187 " First National Bank, S. F., Stock 34,034 00 

100 " Anglo-California Bank Stock 6,000 00 

450 '* Oakland Bank of Savings Stock 29,250 00 

340 ** Sather Banking Co's. Stock 25,500 00 

1000 " California Street Cable R. R. Co's. Stock 105,000 00 

200 «• Market Street Railroad Co's. Stock 9,000 00 

440 " Sutter Street R. R. Co's. Stock 44,000 00 

650 " Oakland Gas, Light and Heat Co'p. Scock 32,500 00 

600 ** Spring Valley Water Stock 58,500 00 

400 *' Pacific Gas Improvement Go's. Stock 32,400 00 

656 ' " California Dry Dock Go's. Stock 24,600 00 

500 '* Pacific Rolling Mills Stock r 11,250 00 

684 " Stockton Gas, Light and Heat Go's. Stock 8,550 00 

100 '' Oakland Building and Loan Association Stock 2,400 00 

600 " California Safe Deposit and Trust Go's. Stock 33,600 00 

100 " San Francisco and San Joaquin Railway Go's. Stock 4,000 00 

50 " San Francisco Gas Light Go's. Stock 3,600 00 

450 '< San Francisco and San Joaquin Coal Go's. Stock 13,500 00 

Loai^i on Bonds and Mortgages of real estate, worth double the amount for 

which the same is mortgaged, and free from any prior encumbrance. . . 492,243 85 

Loans secured by collaterals 178,301 65 

Premiums in course of collection 369,500 75 

All other securities and marine bills receivable , 88,073 24 

Total assets !83,449jg^5 88 

Total income, 1895 $1,791,503 36 

• Total expenditure for 1895 1,556,480 30 



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UNION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED). 
Registrar No. 743. Certificate of Registry No. 436. 



1. Head Office, Liverpool, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Sydney 
Crocker, Toronta Suits b^ or against the Company may be brought in the name of The 
Union Marine Insurance Company (Limited). 

2. The legidoAive enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obIip:ations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following : United Kingdom,. 
25 and 26 Vict., chap. 89, The Companies' Act, 1862, and amendments thereto. 

3. TTie members are related as shareholders in an incorporated stock company, and* 
the lisbilitj of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares 
held by them. 

4. The Company being found within the intent of sec. 3a and 49 (4) of The Insur- 
ance Act of Canada, was, upon due application, admitted to registry in Ontario for the 
transaction of Ocean-Marine Insurance for the term ending 30th, April, 1897, pursuant 
to Statute of Ontario, 56 Vict., chap. 32, sec. 10 (5). 

5. Deposited assets, — In Canada, pursuant to sec. 3a and 49 (4), Insurance Act o£ 
Canada, no deposit is required of this Company. 



Balance Sheet for the Year ending SIst December, 1895. 

Profit and Loss Account to 31st December^ 1895, 

£ s. d'. 
To balance profit and loss account £89,181 1 

J- M J A fist July, 1894. £11,445 ) ^4 roK n a 
^^^^«'^^P*^^-i29thJan,1895.£13,080 0r ^^'^^S 

64,656 1 

" Balance underwriting account, 1894 127,948 16 6 

" Interest on investments and loans, etc 23,260 2 4 

" Transfer fees 47 7 6 

Total 215,912 7 4 

£ s. d. 

By income tax *. . . . 1,795 19 T 

" Losses, averages, letums, re-insurances, and charges, 

paid on account of 1894 £92,148 4 3 

'* Transferred to suspense against farther claims £ 1 2,000 

104,148 4 3 

" Bad and doubtful debts 605 16 1 

** Balance 109,362 7 5 

Total 215,912 7 4 

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Underwriting Account, 1895. 

£ B. d. 

To net premiums, after dedacting returns, re insurances, etc 165,247 19 4 

Total 165,247 19 4 

£ B. d. 

By losses and averages paid 59,705 4 8 

'^ Office expenditure (including branches, foreign agencies, subscriptions 

to underwriters' rooms, Lloyd's register, etc.) 26,564 4 7 

** Directors' remuneration 3,000 

" Auditors' fee 231 

** Balance 75,747 10 1 

Total $165. 247 19 4 

General Balance Sheet to Slsi December^ 1895, 

£ s. d. 
To capital— 65,400 shares of £20 each -£1,308,000— upon which £2 

lOd. per share has been called up 163,500 

" Reserve fund 300,000 

♦» Sundry creditors 54,600 11 3 

" Unclaimed dividends 1 75 

** Investment realization suspense account 7,771 4 7 

'* Underwriting suspense account 36,412 9 2 

" Underwriting account, 1895 75,747 10 1 

*• Profit and loss account £109,362 7 5 

Less interim dividend, paid Ist July, 1895. . . . 11,445 

97.917 7 5 

Total 736,12£ J 6 

£ 8, d. 

By Investments and loans 630,713 19 2 

'* Sundry debtors 82,1G4 6 

" Interest to date not received 7,316 5 9 

" Stamps on hand 544 3 3 

•« Cash and bills at bankers and in hand 15,385 13 10 

Total 736.124 2 6 

We have duly examined and checked the books and vouchers fiom which the above 
accounts are compiled, together with the securities held by the Company, and hereby 
certify that they are all correct. 

LivBRPjOL, 17th January, 1896. Habmood Banner k Son, 

Chartered Accouhtjints. 

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THAMES AND MERSEY MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED). 
Register No. 685. Oerl ideate of Registry No. 377. 



1. Head Office, Liverpool, England. Ohief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, George 
McMarrich, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance Oompjiny (limited). 

2. Company, how constituted or incorporated. — The Company was registered under 
the Act 7 and 8 Yict., chap. 110, on 2l8t June, 1860, in London, and was there incorpor- 
ated under the Companies' Act, 1862, as a limited c mpany^ on 3l8t October, 1862, and 
the docnmfnts evidencing the same are filed or deposited in the Companies' Registration 
Office at Somerset House, London. 

3. The members a/re related as shareholders in an ineorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining upaid upon the- 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company being found within the intent of sec 3a and 49 (4) of the Insur- 
ance Act of Canada, was, upon due application, admitted to registry in Ontario for the 
transaction of Ocean Marine Insurance tor the term ending 30th April, 1897, pursuant ta 
SUtute of Ontario, 56 Vict, chap. 32, sec. 10 (5). 

5. Deposited Assets, — In Canada, pursuant to sec. 3a and 49 (4), Insurance Act of 
Canada, no deposit is required of this Company. 



THAMES AND MERSEY MARINE 1>'SURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED). 

BALANCE ShBET for THE YeAR EnDINQ 31ST DECEMBER, 1895. 

Profit and Loss Account 3 1st December, 1896, 

£. s. d. £. 8. d. £. s. d. 

Balance, Ist January, 1895 139,248 8 1 

Less dividends paid February 

and July, 1895 50,000 

Carried to Reserve Fund 25,000 

75,000 

64,248 8 1 

Balance of underwriting account, 1894, 

at 31st December, 1894 217.988 5 

Interest on investments 36,677 10 ^ 

Profit on sale of investments 10,680 15 11 

Transfer fees 43 17 

£ 329,63 8 1 6 » 
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•Claims, returns and re-insurances paid on 1894 account, £. s. d. £. s. d. 

from 1st January, 1895, to date 164,945 3 1 

Amount carried to suspense account on closinf? 1894 ac- 
count 23,600 

Underwriters' commission on 1894 account 1,872 16 11 

Bad debts, 1894 account 79 9 11 

Income tax, 1894 account 1,600 5 1 1 

191,997 16 10 

Balance carried down 137,641 11 



£329,638 16 9 

Underwriting Account, 1895, 

£ s. d. 

Premiums — less returns and re-insuranoes 388,704 18 5 

£ 388,704 18 5 

£ 8. d. 

•Claims paid 130,547 

•Office expenses, including salaries, etc., London, Liverpool <k Manchester . . 24,456 5 1 1 

Agency expenses 1 4,915 2 3 

Directors and auditors' fees 6,375 16 6 

•General law charges 24 Oil 

Balance carried down 2 12,386 13 



£388,704 18 6 



General Balance Sheets Slat December^ 1895 

£. s. d. 

To capital 200,000 

" reserve fund 450,000 

** outstanding accounts 14,758 5 5 

" internal re-insurance account 66,786 8 1 

*' investment fluctuation account, being the increase in market value of 

securities since 30th June, 1871 230,646 7 7 

^* Suspense account 65,050 14 2 

** Dividends not yet claimed 432 19 

" Balance of profit and loss account 1 37,641 11 

-" do underwriting account, 1895 212,386 13 

£K377.702 8 J 
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General Balance Sheet — Oontinaed. 

£. 8. d. 

By investments in and loans on Government and other secarities 1,200,089 16 4 

" debtors for premiums, etc 98,391 4 3 

" interest accrued, but not received 13,941 15 

" office furniture and fixtures 1,141 10 3 

" stamps on hand 627 8 7 

'' bills receivable 1,804 19 

£. 8. d. 

" cash on deposit 44.000 

*' do at bankers and in hand 17,705 14 9 



61,705 14 9 



£1,377,702 8 2 

We have audited the books of the offices of the company in our respective districts, 
"and hereby certify that the above accounts are correctly complied in accordance therewith, 
We have also individually satisfied ourselves of the existence of the securities belonging to 
•otir respective offices. 



J. F. Ola&kb, London, 

J. S. H. Banner, Liverpool) 

A. Murray, Manchester, 



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RELIANCE MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED). 
Register No. 725. Certificate of Registry No. 417. 



L Head Office, Liverpool, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, John 
Maughan, Toronto. Saits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The Reliance Marine Insurance Company (Limited). 

2. Ihe legislative enactTmnta by which the powers, dutiej, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or governed, are the following : Parliament of 
Great Britain, 25 and 26 Vict.,* chap. 89, The Companies' Act, 1862; 27 and 28 Vict, 
chap. 19, The Companifs' Seals Act, 1864 ; 31 and 32 Yict, chap. 131, The Companies' 
Act, 1867; 33 and 34 Vict., chap. 104, The Joint Stcck Companies' Arrangement Act; 
40 and 41 Vict., chap. 26, The Companies' Act, 1877 ; 42 and 43 Vict, chap. 76. The 
Companies' Act, 1879 ; 43 Vict. chap. 19, The Companies' Act, 1880 ; 46 and 47 Vict, 
chap. 30, The Companies' (Colonial Registry) Act, 1883 ; 49 Vict, chap. 23, The Com- 
panies Act, 1886; 51 and 52 Vict, chap 62, The Preferential Payments in Bankruptcy 
Act, 1888; 53 and 54 Vict, chap. 62, The Companies' (Memorandum of Association> 
Act, 1890 ; 53 and 54 Vict, chap. 63, The Companies' (Winding up) Act, 1890 ; 53 and 
54 Vict., chap. 64, The Directors' Liability Act, 1890. (Public General Acts still in 
force. ) 

3. The membera are related as shareholders in an iECorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members in respect of any claim or demands under the Company'a 
policies is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them. 

4. The Company was licensed by the Dominion of Canada for the year ending 3l8t 
March, 1897, to transact Ocean and Inland Marine Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada aa 
special security for the policy holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at $100,000. 



THE MANNHEIM INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED), 
Register No. 746. Certificate of Registry No. 439. 



1. Head Office, Mannheim, Germany. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario,. 
Robert W, Love, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the 
name of The Mannheim Insurance Company (Limited). 

2. Company how constituted or incorporated, — The Company was originally organized 
and incorporated on the 10th May, 1879, in accordance with the laws of the State of 
Baden (Germany), and the documents evidencing the same are filed or deposited in the 
Record Office of the Grand Ducal County Court, at Mannheim. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
ar.d the liability is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them. 

4. The Company being found within the intent of sec. 3a and 49 (4) of the Insurance 
Act of Canada, was, upon due application, admitted to registry for the transaction of 
Ocean Marine Insurance for the term ending 30th April, 1897, pursuant to Statutes of 
Ontario, 56 Vict., c. 32, sec. 10 (5). 

5. Deposited assets, — In Canada, pursuant to sec. 3a and 49 (4), Insurance Act of 
Canada, no deposit is required by this Company. 

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MANNHEIM INSURANCE COMPANY OP MANNHEIM. 

Seventkenth Balance Sheet. 

£ s. d* 

IsBued Capital of the Company ;£400,000 

Reserve Fund 100,OCO 

The Guarantee Funds of the Company consist now of : 

Issued Capital 400,000 

Reserve Fund 100,000 

Reserves for outstanding claims and risks not run off 79,149 11 4 

£579,149, 11 4 

Balance Sheet por the Period from 1st July, 1895 to 30th June, 1896. 

Dr. £ p. d. 

Subscribed Capital 400,000 O 

Reserve Fund 100,000 

Creditors 28,450 6 10 

Reserve for risks not run off 33,681 17 3 

Reserve for outstanding claims 45,467 1 4 1 

Gratuity fund for the clerks of the Company 5.255 

Reserve for rebuilding House property 2,250 

Dividends unclaimed 128 6 9 

< Balance of profit and loss account 19,400 2 I 

£634.633 7 

Cr. £ 8. d. 

Shareholders' acceptances for uncalled capital 300,000 

Investments in bonds and mortgages 202.066 10 3 

House property 12 331 18 8 

Furniture 5 

Cash in hand at bankers and bills receivable . . . .• 44,71 5 

Sundry debtors \ 8,199 110 

Balances at the Agents' and Assured 65,850 9 1 1 

Interest due and unpaid 1,465 6 4 

£634 633 7 

Iteserve Fund £100,000 

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Profit and Lois Account. 

£ A. d. 

Balance from last year's account 1,963 18 1 1 

Heserves from last year's account for risks not mn off and ontsDanding 

claims 78,566 9 3 

Gross premium income during the period from Ist July, 1895 to 30th 

June 1896 327,497 12 8 

Balance of interest account 8,348 12 9 

Total receipts £416,376 13 7 

£ s. d. 

Amount of premium paid for re-insurances 124,831 3 2 

Net losses paid 163,337 9 4 

Agency commissions and costs 22,531 7 7 

Expenses of management 7,127 1 

317,827 2 

Excess of receipts £98,549 13 5 

£ s. d. 
Deduct : 

Reserve for risks not yet mn off 33,681 17 3 

Reserve for outstanding claims 45,467 14 1 

^ 79,149 11 4 

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Net profit £19,400 2 1 

The general meeting voted the following distribution of the net profits. £19,400 2 1 

£ s. d. 

To shareholders 15% dividend 15,000 

Bonus to the Directors 1,865 8 6 

To Gratuities to the Clerks of the Company ... 750 

To Gratuity Fund for the Clerks of the Company. 500 

Reserve fund for rebuilding House property 250 

Balance to next year's account 1,034 13 7 

u 19,400 2 1 

Mannheim, 17th October, 1896. 

For t/ie Board of Directors^ F, ENOELHORy. 

MUHLINGHAUS. 



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OCEAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE CORPORATION (LIMITED). 
Register No. 714. Certificate of Registry No. 406. 



h Head Office, LoDdon, Eng, ; Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Qeorge G. 
Burnett, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation (Limited). 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company ar^ now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Great 
Britain and Ireland, 1890, chap. 229, Acts 53 and 54 Vict Special Act, still in force. 

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, 
and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the 
shares held by them. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Accident and Sickness Insurance. 

5. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy-holders therein as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
of $75,000, held by the High Commissioner and Bank of Montreal (London). 



METROPOLITAN PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Register No. 755. Certificate of Registry No. 448. 

Date of application for registry, 6th May, 1896. 



L Head Office, Montreal, Que. ; Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, John 
OoQJnlock, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of 
The Metropolitan Plate Glass Insurance Company. 

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined or goi^erned are the following : 58-59 Yict., chap. 
^3; R. S. C, chap. 124, The Insurance Act. 

3. Tlie members are related as partners and the liability of the members is general 

« to all. 

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada 
bearing date the Slst day of March, 1896, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1897, 
to transact Plate Glass Insurance. 

5. Forms used by the Company in Ontario filed as exhibits 1 to 4. 

6. Deposited assets, — Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as 
special security for the policy holders therein, as follows : Deposit accepted at the value 
0^ $5,040, held by the Dominion Government. 

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CANADIAN SICK BENEFIT SOCIETY. ! 

Register No. 798. Certificate of Registry No. 449. 



1. Head Office, Petrolea, Ont.; John Kerr, President. Suits by or against the 
Company raay be brought in the name of The Canadian Sick Benefit Society. 

2. Company^ how constituted or incorporated, — The Company was incorporated on 
the 28th Jnne, 1895, by special Act of the Dominion Parliament, in the 58 59th yeara 
of Her Majesty's reign, being chapter 80. 

3. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of 
the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are the following : Parlia- 
ment of Canada, 1895, 58-59 Vic, chap. 80; K. S. C, chap. 124. 

4. The members are related as members of an assessment company, and the liability 
of the members is limited to ore assessment. 

5. The Company is. now authorized by certificate tf registration, issued by the 
Dominion of Canada, bearing date the 18th day of May, 1896, and expiring on the Slst 
day of March, 1897, to transact Insurance against Sickness and Disability. 

6. Deposited assefs, — The Company has on deposit with the Government of Canada 
the sum of $5,000. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 
Register No. 745. Certificate of Registry No. 438. 



The status of this society is now defined by the following recent Acts : 59 Vic. 
(Ont.) chap. 120, an Act respecting the Supieme Court of the Independent Order of 
Foresters ; 59 Vic. (Can.) chap. 51, an Act to amend the Act incorporating the Supreme 
Court of the Independent Order of Foresterp. 

By virtue of this legislation and of R S. C, chap. 124, the society made a deposit 
of $100,000 with the Government of Canada, and was by that Government on 1st May^ 
1896, licensed for the transaction of Life, Disability and Sickness Insurance with its 
members on the assessment plan to the ejLtent specified in the Act of Canada of 189&, 
emending the Act incorporating the said Supreme Court. The legal effect of the fore- 
going was to alter the registry of the society in the Department of Insurance for Ontario 
and tran&frr, as from the Ist May, 1896, the society from the Friendly Society to the 
Insurance License Register. 

For statement of the society's affairs for the year ending 31st December, 1895, see 
under Division C. 

GRAND COUNCIL OF THE CATHOLIC MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION 

OF CANADA. 

Register ^No. 738. Certificate of Registry No. 430. 



This society was transferred from the Friendly Society to the Insurance License 
Register from the 25th April, 1896, and is now authorized under section 38 of chapter 
124 (Can.) to transact Life Insurance on the Assessment Plan. 

For statement of the society's affairs for the year ending Slat December, 1895, see 
mndf r Division C. 

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PROVINCIAL PROVIDENT INSTITUTION. 



NoU. — By instrnment bearing date 27th June, 1896, the Provincial Provident 
Institution entered into an agreement to amalgamate with Mutual Reserve Fund Life 
Association, and a copy of the instrument is printed below. The Provincial Provident 
Institution had up to 31 st day of August, 1896, been authorized by registration of the 
Dominion Grovemment, under section 33 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, chapter 124, 
to transact life insurance on the assessment plan ; but on the 3l8t day of Aui^ust, 1896, 
the said registration was suspended by order of the Governor- Greneral in Council, and 
public notice was given of the same in the " Canada Gazette." This suspension operated 
ijHO facto to suspend the registry in Department of Insurance for Ontario as from the 
<^ate of the said Order in Council. (55 Vic. c. 39, s. 49 ) ' J. H. H. 



Copt of Agrkement above Referred to. 

This Agreement, made this 27th day of J une, in the year one thousand eight hundred 
and ninety-six, by and between the Provincial Provident Institution, a corporation duly 
organized and existinii: under and by virtue of the laws of the Province of Ontario, of the 
firht part, and the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association, a corporation duly organized 
and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of New York, of the second 
part, witnesseth : 

Whereas, the parties hereto are engaged in the business of life insurance on the 
assessment or co-operative plan, and 

Whereas, the party of the first part is desirous of am^ilgamating with the party of 
the second part, and of transferring its members to the said party of the second part ; 

Now, therefore, for and in consideration of the premises and of the covenants and 
stipulations hereinafter contained, and of the sum of one dollar, lawful money, in hand 
paid by the said party of the first part, the receipt of which, before the signing of these 
presents, is hereby acknowledged by the said party of the second part, this agreement 
witnessetli as follows : 

First. That the said party of the first part shall on the 15th day of July, 1896^ as the 
agfxit of the party of the second part, issue to its members a notice of an assessment in 
accordance with the terms of the certificate of membership held by each of the members 
of said party of the first part, which said assessment shall be known as the '* transferring 
aHsesBraent," which said notice shall contain a statement embodying the substance of this 
Agreement, and shall be prepared by tbe party of the second part, and be approved by a 
<;ommittee of trustees of the party of the first part ; 

Second. That the said party of tbe second part shall assume all the outstanding risks 
'>{ tbe pirty of the first part, and shall become responsible for all losses and claims accrn- 
ingr to members or policy-holders of the said party of the first part from and after the date 
of the' notice of the transferring assessment, an provided in the first clause hereof, the 
a:nount of which assessment, together with eis^ht dollars per oae thousand of business 
f'ctuilly paying said transferring assessment as a first payment or admission fr^e, and two 
(loliars per one thousand of business so paying said assessment on account of the general 
^xpi nse fund, shall be paid to the party of the second part ; 

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Third. The payment of the transferring assessment by any member of the party of 
the first part, in accoidance with said notice and the terms and conditions thereof, shall 
constitute snch member a member of the party of the second part, with all the rights and 
privileges of such, and subject to all the obligations of such membership in the party of the 
second part, including the provisions of the constitution or by-laws and the rules and 
regulations of the said party of the second part as they now exist or as the same may be 
hereafter amended. The members of the party of the first part so becoming members of 
the party of the second part shall not be called upon to pay assessments in excess of those 
charged members of the party of the second part entering said party of the second part at 
the Fame dates and ages as said members so transferred from the party of the first part 
entered said party of the first part respectively, except as by change of policies or certifi- 
cates of membeiship this agreement may be modified ; 

Fourth. That members of the party of the first part so becoming members of the party 
of the second part shall not be required to exchange their policies or certificates of member- 
ship for those of said party of the second part unless they may elect so to do ; their insur- 
ance wih be contincd under the policies or certificates issued by said party of the first part 
as hereinbefore provided, subject to the terms thereof as to forfeiture for non-payment of 
dues and assessments. 

Fifth. That said party of the first part shall pay all claims to policy-holders or other- 
wise nutPtanding or incurred up to the date of said trousferring assessment, and shall 
immediately on the issuing of the notice of said transferring assessment pay over to said 
party of the second part the fund known as the Annuity Fund of said party of the first 
part, and upon the completion of said transferring assessment ten dollars per one thousand 
of all transferred business where the attained age of the member at the time of such 
transfer exceeds sixty years j 

Sixth, All papers, notices, assessment circulars, and all other documents or papers 
whatever to be sent out to carry into efiect the provisions of this agreement, shall be 
prepared by the party of the second part and approved by a committee of the trustees of 
the party of the first part ; 

Seventh. It is covenanted by the party of the first part that it, its officers and 
trustees fchall and will give its and their utmost moral aid in aiding the transfer of its 
membership to said party of the second part, the exchange of policies or certificates of 
membership to those issued by the party of the second part and the complete performance 
of all the conditions and provisions of this agreement ; 

Eighth. That all money s received by the party of the second part on account of the 
business transferred or from member of the party of the first part shall bt? used and 
applied by the said party of the second part to the same uses and purposes as moneys 
received from new members of said party of the second part admitted at the date of such 
transfer ; 

Ninth. That if any member or members of the party of the first part declare his or 
their unwillingness to assent to the transfer of membership herein provided and insist on re- 
maining members of the party of the first part, said party of the second part hereby 
covenants and agrees that, in consideration of the payment to it of said member's or 
members' dues and assessments by the said party of the first part, to reinsure the risk on 
such member or members until he or they can be seen and a personal adjustment made 
with such member or members, and the party of the second part agrees to protect said 
party of the first part against all expense involved in such adjustment ; 

Tenth. That the said party of the first part shall immediately on the day of the date 
of the said transferring assessment turn over to said party of the second part all orgiginal 
applications for membership heretofore at any time received by it, and any and all books, 
records, accounts, documents and vouchers in any way relating to any policy or certificate 
of membership outstanding on ^the day of the date of the notice of said transferring 
abbestment. 

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In Witness Whereof, the parties hereto have caused their Corporate Seals to be here- 
nnfeo affixed and these presents to be signed,on the part of the party of the first part by its 
President and Secretary and on the part of the party of the second part by its third 
Vice-President in dnplioate, the day, month and year first above written. 

(Signed) Geo. K. Morton, 

Prest. 

[p. P.SSAL.] 

(Signed) £. S. Millbr, 

Secretary. 

Mutual Rkserye Fund Life Association 

Geo. D. Eldridoe, 3rd. Vice-Prts. 
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DIVISION B. 



PROVINCIAL LICENSEES: BEING INSURANCE COMPANIES LICENSED, 
INSPECTED AND REGISTERED BY THE PROVINCE OF [ONTARIO 
FOR THE TRANSACTION OF INSURANCE THEREIN. 



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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

YEAR ENDING SIst DECEMBER, 1895. 



EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE COMPAXY OF ONTARIO (LIMITED). 

Commenced business 16th October ^ 1890, 

HBAD OFFICB, TORONTO. 

Fre^id^nt — E. F. Clarkb, M.P, | Secretary — Edwin Marshall. 

Authorized Capital, $500,000. 

Subscribed Capital, $360,900. Paid up, $52,635.60. 

Deposit at Provincial Treasury, $26,800. 



Statement for the year ending 3l8t December, 1895. 

ASSKTS. 

Mortgagee $102,156 22 

Secured loans 4,668 95 

CMh on hand, head office $1,202 66 

Gash in bank 17,547 44 

18,750 10 

Cash in agents' hands 3,663 98 

Bills receivable 474 93 

Interest 2,610 30 

Office furniture (not extended) $1,755 08 

Oatstanding and deferred premiums 31,669 10 

liOans on Company's policies 3,705 41 

Agents* ledger balances 688 03 

Amount due account capital stock 412 75 

Premium on capital stock 4,325 00 

Short date notes for premiums 4,763 24 

Suspense account 330 53 

Notes and interest bearing balances 968 09 

Other assets 740 76 

Total assets $179,927 39 

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LlABILITIBS. 

RegiBted claimB $ 1,215 80 

Reinsnranoe reserve (interest being taken at 4^ per cent.) 115,568 10 

Amount due for salaries $1,088 49 

<< oommission for oolleoting outstanding accounts 3,643 22 

" rent 95 83 

" agency • 107 55 

" other liabilities 844 84 

5,779 93 

Total amount of liabilities, except capital stock $122,563 83 

Capital stock paid up $52,635 60 

Rbcbipts. 

Gash received for premiums — net $62,91 1 99 

*' interest— net 5,570 95 

«* from capital stock 388 60 

bonus on " 2,450 00 

" loans to agents repaid 606 05 

" consideration for annuities 1,215 80 

Petal receipts $73,143 39 

EXPBNDITURB. 

Amount paid for agents' oommission $6,979 83 

" salaries 9,717 37 

** " travelling expenses 1,727 61 

" auditors' and actuarial fees 226 00 

" salaries 5,899 52 

" medical fees 2,938 49 

" legal expenses 595 97 

** directors' expenses 138 10 

" agency *' 31154 

«* rent, gas, fuel, etc 1,226 17 

'' printing and stationery 708 19 

*' postage, telegrams and express 481 78 

" office expenses ^ 302 63 

" advertising 671 23 

" exchange 47 81 

Total expenses of management carried forward $31,971 24 

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Total ezpenfles of management brought forward $31,971 24 

MiSCKLLANKOUS. 

Amoant paid for : 

Death olaima '. $6,Il5 80 

Suirendered policies 983 34 

. Aimuities 300 00 

Total paid to policyholdera 16,399 14 

OommiBsion on loans $164 60 

liioeoae fee 96 24 

Re-insnranoe premiums 3,067 66 

3,328 50 

Amoant loaned in 1895 (not extended), $35,035.10. 

** suspense account > 24 29 

'' paid fire insurance premiums 35 98 

" furniture 151 74 

" costs suit against Dr. Evans 551 53 

Total expenditure $42,462 42 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



LiferiBki. 


Number. 


Amount. 


Oontneto in force Slst Deoember, 1894 


1,918 
687 


$ c. 

2,829,788 16 
768.766 00 


*• taken during 1896 








** in force fvt Any time during 1896 ,,,,, ... 


2,600 
469 


8,088,498 15 










Number. 


Amount. 




Deduct contracts matured in 1896 


4 

428 

42 


$ c. 

6,000 00 

496,000 00 
61,000 00 




'* lapsed " 




surrendered" 


• 


Total 


469 


66^,000 00 


568,000 00 


Leu re-insiired 


2,181 


2,625,498 15 
107,600 00 










Net oontraota on foot Slst December, 1896 


2,417,998 16 











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A 1897 



STATEMENT OF CAPITAL STOOK. 

Slsi December, 1895. 
LIST OF SrOOKHOLDERS. 



Name. 



Allison, W. H. R., Q.C 
Alexander, Rev. John 
Armstrong, John R. . . . 
Armstrong, John 

Bell, William 

Bates, Andrew 

Bullis, W. H., M.D . . 

Bowman. John L . 

Bncch.Qeoige 

Barr, David 

Brown, W. E. (in trust) 

Brown, Mrs. A. A 

Brown, Mrs. John .... 

Burt, R. B 

Burkinshaw, F. A .... 

Booth,Robert 

Boarinot, E. W 

Bennett^Edward 

Breese, Wm 

Ball,Wm 

Clarke, E. F 

Clarke, Mrs. C. E .... 
Clarke, R.R. (estate).. 

Chadwick, Allen 

Clnbb, A 

day tonjThomas 

Colter, W.F.B 

Clement, A. D 

Cooney, C. T 

Campbell, Peter 

Creasor & Smith 

Carswell, Jonathan.... 

Carswell, James 

QatHwell, L. MoV 

Camahan, W. J. A.... 

Cooke,J.C 

Curry, W. H 

Coombe, F. E 

Clarke, J. C 

Campbell, Capt. P. M . 

Davies, S. J 

Doust, Joteph 

Donnelly, Miss Minnie 

Dixon, u-eorge 

Bissette, Richard 

Doty, John A 

Dnggan, Joeeph 

Drake, F. P., M.D.... 

Danlop, A. (estate) 

Dickson, J. B 

Dickson, W. W., M.D 

Dayj Mrs. Annie 

Davies, J. J 

Dow, W. G., M.D .... 



Residence. 



Picton 

Toronto 

Ottawa 

Owen S<und 

Toronto 

t( 

Dresden 

London 

St. Catharines . . 

Renfrew 

Ottawa 

Sherbrooke, Que 

Hamilton 

Toronto 

Pembroke 

Wiarton 

Kingston 

Ohatsworth 

Chatham 

Toronto 

Millbrook '.'!;;.*! 

Elingston 

Toronto . . .• 

Samia 

Brantf ord 

Wmdsor 

Peterborough 

Owen Sound 

Renfrew 

•c 
(f 

Toronto ...... 

Kincardine 

Omemee 

Kincardine 

Samia 

CoUingwood 

Toronto 

(< 

CI 

l( 

BradRhaw 

Toronto 

London 

Pembroke 

ft 

i( 

Ottawa.....*.*.'!'.! 

Toronto 

Owen Sound . . . . 

B6 



No. of 
shares. 



AmoUtat 
unpaid. 



1 
5 

60 
10 

10 

5 

10 

10 

100 

60 

10 

40 

6 

10 

5 

60 
6 

10 
1 
6 

51 

60 

10 

S 

1 

10 
50 
10 
10 

5 

50 
20 
10 
20 

1 

5 
15 

5 
10 

5 



1 
4 
5 
10 
60 
10 
10 
10 
10 
20 
10 
20 



300 00 



Amount piaid 
up in cash. 



47 26 



$ c. 

15 OO 

75 00 

750 OO 

150 00 

150 OO 
75 00 
160 00 
150 00 
1,600 00 
760 00 
150 00 
300 OO 

75 00 
160 00 

76 00 
760 00 

75 00 
150 00 

15 00 
75 00 

765 00 
760 00 
160 00 

aooo 

16 00 
150 00 
750 00 
150 00 
160 00 

75 00 
760 00 
300 00 
150 00 
300 00 

15 OO 
75 00 

226 00 

75 00 
150,00 

76 00 

75 00 
390 00 

16 00 
60 00 
75 00 

150 00 
760 00 
102 76 
160 00 
160 00 
160 00 
300 00 
150 00 
900 00 



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LIST OF STOCKHOLDERS.-Con<mtt«rf. 



Name. 



Ego, Anffu^BlLD 

JCwQBB, Wiliiun 

Ed|c«r,R 

rergoaoD, John, MJ) 

KMken, David 

Faaken, Mrs. Alice 

Fonlda, J. G 

Fidge. W. C 

Falcnoer, G. H 

Fenton, W. E 

F oetor, A 

Foiiiei. iTmihw 

Falh,A. F 

FisW, 'niomai 

Forham, Michael 

Froei, A. J 

Finnie, D. M 

Gaakin, Capt. John 

Grant, Wilfmr 

Golledgo, E. H 

GrifSti, MiB. Maria 

GiUies, James 

Gil]iM,WUliam 

GowaD, Hon. J. B 

Qardoii,Alex 

Gordon, Alex, (in troat). . 
Goidon, Alex, (in tnut).. 

GraTdon, John 

Graham, Joseph 

Oiaham, Tbomaa (estate) 

Graham, W.G 

Graham, Mrs. E 

Gooderluun, George 

Hughes, J. L 

Hendry, W.J 

Uanington, Amos , 

HaUam, Aid. John 

Hood.Oapt.0 

Howarth, Thomas 

Hopper, William 

Hopper, W.H 

HaU,James 

Henderson, Jonathan ... 

Hale, Thomas 

HoyUsLW. H 

HoireU, Oharles 

Hilyer, Mrs. George . . . . 

IiigKs,T.B 

Jolliffe, Rev. T. W 

Jones, John 

JoBss, Mrs. John , 

Johnston, J. W 

Johnston, J. B 

Johnston, W. H., M.D . . 

Kidd,Alex 

Keama. A 

Kenn^, R. A., M.D .. 

Kerr, William 

Kennedy, William 

Knechtel, Daniel 

KiIbonni,G. S 



Residence. 



Markdale 

Owen Sound . . . 

Toronto 

(< 

(» 

Samia 

Toronto 

Streetsville 

Ottawa... 

Pembroke 

Toronto 

Chatham 

Toronto 

Owen Sound . . . 
If 

Ottawa 

Kingston 

Toronto 

Oakville 

Ottawa 

Oarleton Place . 
<i 

Barrie 

Pembroke 

t( 

If 

StreeUville !!.'.'. 
Meadowvale ... 

Aurora 

Toronto 

It 

Toronto 

II 

If 

•I 

II 

Oakville '.'.'.['.'.'. 
Goboorg 

Owen Sound . . . 

Barrie 

Pembroke 

Oannington . . . 
Owen Sound . . . 
StoufFviUe 

Samia 

Oampbellford... 

Toronto 

II 

II 

Oampbellford 
Fergus 

Samia 

Tottenham 

Ottawa 

Oobo«rg 

Barrie 

Hanover 

Owen Sound . . . 

B7 



No. of 
shares. 



6 

20 

6 

20 

16 

72 

20 

2 

5 

10 

26 

10 

6 

2 

10 

10 

10 

20 
20 
86 
60 
66 
66 
66 
20 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
100 

10 
10 

1 

60 
11 
Mb 
12 
10 

2 
10 
26 

6 
10 

1 



6 

16 

26 

6 

3 

10 

60 
2 

10 
1 

10 
6 

10 



Amount 
unpaid. 



$ c 



Amount paid 
up in cash. 



600 



IS 26 



Digitized by 



$ c. 

76 00 

800 00 

76 00 

800 00 

226 00 

1,080 00 

800 00 

80 00 

76 00 

160 00 

876 00 

160 00 

76 00 

26 05 

160 00 

160 00 

160 00 

800 00 
800 00 
626 00 
760 00 
826 00 
826 00 
975 00 
800 00 
160 00 
160 00 
160 00 
160 00 
160 00 
160 00 
160 00 
1,600 00 

160 00 
160 00 
16 00 
760 00 
166 60 

875 00 
180 00 
160 00 

80 00 
160 00 

876 00 
75 00 

160 00 
16 OO 

75 OO 

76 00 
226 00 
876 00 

76 00 

45 00 

160 OO 

760 OO 
80 OO 

186 76 
16 OO 

160 00 
76 00 

160 00 



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LIST OF STOCKHOLDERS. —Conttnuece. 



Name. 



Lenno3c. C. F . . . 
Lang, J. W. ... 

Lfe, J. W 

Latimer, James 
Long, Thomae . 



McVety, A. F., M.D 

McKeau, £. W 

McMaster, John 

McGleary. William 

McGarroll, Thomas 

MoGuUough, J. H., M. D. 

McOonniok, Andrew 

MoOollonffh, T., M.D . . . . 

McDonaldL J5hn 

McFarlani W. J 

McGlean, W. A 

McFaul, A. W 



Macvicar, S. A 

MacGarthv, H. F 

Murrayi James 

Mitchell, « 5. W 

Marshall, Edwin 

MaiD, J. J 

Miller, Mrs. M J 

Mathesoo, W. M 

Morrow, A 

Morrison, G. E 

Moore, G. S., M.D 

Miall, Edwaid 

Mackie, Thomas 

Marphy, Rev. A 

Mohr, Ephraim (estate). 

Morgan, J. D 

McKay,A.G 

Macpherson, Angus 



Notter, Mrs. F. J 
Osbum, M J 



Pickles, William . . . 

Porter, Frank 

Palling, J. F., M.D. 

Parker, S. J 

Price, Uarson 



Reid. J. W 

Redfem, J. W 

Rowland, O. P 

Rowland, John 

Robertson, Gapt W. T . 

Ronan, J. H 

Richardson, Biatthew . . . 

Ross, Miss M. A 

Ross, MidsM. E 

Robertson, John 

Raedy, George 



Sutherland, Rev. A., D.D. 

Stevens. E. A 

Shaw, Abraham 

Sing, Rev. S 

Scott, B 

Stewart, Neil 

Seagal, J. D 

Scott, Wm 



Residence. 



Toronto 



Oarleton Place 
Toronto 



Toledo, Ohio 
Hamilton . . . , 

Windsor 

Thorold 

Meiiord . 

Owen Sound , 
Pembroke .. 
Ghatsworth.. 



Markdale . . 
Owen Sound 



Samia .. 

Ottowa.. 

Toronto 

Ottawa.. 

Toronto 



Ottawa 

Toronto 

Samia 

London 

Ottawa 

Pembroke .. 
Ingersoll . . . 

Amprior 

Dundalk .... 
Owen Sound 
Markdale .. 



Owen Sound 
Owen Sound 



Toronto 



Barrie 

Owen Sound ... 
Holland Centre . 



Toronto .... 
Owen Sound 
OoUingwood 

Owen Sound 

Samia 

Flesherton . . 
Barrie 



No. of 
shares. 



Toronto 
Barrie .. 



Toronto 



Kinff^ton 

Foxboro' 

Thorahill 

Ottawa 

New Westminster 
Toronto 

B8 



20 
76 
20 
4 
80 

00 

15 

85 

2 

1 

5 

10 

5 

5 

50 

5 

9 

80 
50 

5 
10 
18 
20 

6 
40 

5 
10 
10 
60 
20 
10 
20 
15 
25 
10 

40 



5 
2 
4 

85 
8 

1 
10 
10 
20 
10 
10 
5 
6 



5 
20 

5 
10 

2 
20 

2 
60 
10 
10 



Amount 
unpaid. 



47 25 



Amount paid 
up in cash. 



$ c 
800 00 

1,125 00 

800 00 

60 00 

800 00 

750 00 
225 00 
525 00 

ao 00 

15 00 
75 00 

150 00 
75 00 
75 00 

750 00 
75 00 

185 00 

450 00 
750 00 

75 00 
150 00 
195 00 
900 00 

75 00 
000 00 

75 00 
150 00 
102 75 
760 00 
800 00 
160 00 
800 00 
225 00 
875 00 
150 00 

000 00 

75 00 

76 00 
80 00 
60 00 

1,275 00 
45 00 

15 00 
150 00 
160 00 
800 00 
160 00 
1.50 00 
75 00 
75 00 

75 00 

76 00 
800 00 

75 00 
160 0» 

?0 00 
800 00 

80 00 
750 00 
160 00 
150 00 



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A. 1897 



LIST OF ST00KHOLDERS.-Cbn<rfia<«i. 



Name. 


Residence. 


No. of 
■hares. 


Amount 
unpaid. 


Amoimt paid 
up in oash. 


^rllll vha "t j} •>..• •.■•••••••••••••• 


Owen Sound 

Barrie 

Pwnbrokfl 


10 
6 
5 
8 
2 

ao 

21 

20 
20 

1 
5 
5 

60 

4 

2 

20 

10 

1 

1 

5 

4 

36 

20 

80 

80 

8 

6 

20 

8 

10 

10 

2 

14 

60 

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6 

1 

10 


$ 0. 


$ c. 

160 00 


8t0wart,H. D 




90 00 


Sdunidi George 

•fl^nitii, P. M ...... ^ . .... 


76 00 


Barrie 

•« 




46 00 


S«ndford,S. J 




80 00 


Smith, T^, E r T 


Owen Sound 




300 00 


Smart,' A. M. (tmstee) 


London 

Toronto 




816 00 


TVickflr, ReY. 8 


800 00 


TMlraiig^ F. H 


800 00 


Tinninff," y. B . . . 


« 




16 00 


Tolchard.'H ...." 

Thomoson. J. E 


•( 





76 00 


Amprior 

Oakville 

Samia 

Toronto 

Point Edward 

Toronto 


76 00 


Uiqohart. John, M.D 




900 00 


Vail, C. L., M.D 




60 00 


Whiteside, T. R 




80 00 


Whittaker, G. K 




800 00 


Wniiffcin^ if Tf, E . . 




160 00 


Wilkf, Mm. A 




16 00 


WM^W. C .. 


(» 




16 00 


Want W. 


«» 




76 00 


Woolfinn, JameB 


Oakville ;;.;.;!'.;;!'.: 

Dresden 

it 

u 


60 00 


WiiK™4 'M. H 




626 00 


Weir, G.'E 




800 00 


Weir, MiH Caroline 




460 00 


Weir, MiM GAtherine 

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450 00 


Garleton Plaoe 

Cobourg 

Owen Sound 




46 00 




76 00 


Wightman, Robert 




800 00 


^rtmm, R' MoD . . 


St. Catharines 

CoUingwood 




46 00 


WiUK>n,'l>»vid 


160 00 


White, 'A.T 


Pembroke 

Collingwood 




160 00 


Williftnw, William 




80 00 


Wesley, ^mnel 


Barrie 

Ottawa 

Pembroke 




210 00 






760 00 


White, Peter, M.P 




160 00 


White. W. R 


76 00 


WoollingR, Mn, A. B 


Toronto 

Brantford 

t bearing notes 




16 00 


Wrenahall, Anna B 




160 00 






Amount paid by interest 


8,609 


412 76 


62,222 86 
412 76 










Total amount naid no . 


62,686 60 









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PEOPLE'S LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Cwnmenced hufineas ^th May^ 1892. 

HBAD OFFICB, OTTAWA. 



President — Jambs Gillibs. | Secretary — Jambs Wallacr. 

Authorized Debenture Capital, $50,000.00. 

Subscribed Capita), $32,800.00. Paid up, $32,800.00. 

Deposit at Provincial Treasury, $10,000.00. 



Statement for year ending 31 st December, 1895. 

ASSBTS. 

Cash value of Government deposit $10,000 OO 

«' on hand, head office $ 10 22 

" in Bank of Ottawa, Ottawa 641 81 

652 03 

" rent 25 00 

" interest 125 00 

" in agents' hands 6,138 56 

Bills receivable 6,950 04 

" " more than one year over due (not extended) . . $772 22 

Deferred and outstanding premiums 3,265 12 

Advertising account 1,018 54 

Total assets $28,174 29 

LlABILITIBS. 

Reinsurance reserve (interest being taken at 4^ per cent) $16,040 00 

Interest due and accrued 55 05 

Amount due Jas. Wallace 150 00 

" rent 300 00 

Total amount of liabilities, except debenture capital $16,545 05 

Debentures paid up $32,800 00 

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Rrcsiftb. 

Cash received for premiums $7,226 86 

" interest 453 36 

" debentures (not extended) $5,000 

" " rent 2^5 00 

Total receipts ., $7,905 22 

EXPKNDITURB. 

Amount paid for rent, taxes $2,650 73 

" interest 40 80 

agente' commission 2,897 29 

salaries 794 62 

medical fees 229 99 

" trayelling expenses 945 95 

" postage, telegrams, etc 110 35 

'* printing and stationery 390 77 

advertising 648 83 

•• legal expenses 62 32 

" discount : 79 36 

" sundry expenses 913 66 

$9,764 67 

MiSCBLLANBOUS. 

Losses 850 00 

Amount paid for reinsurance 42 46 

" interest on debentures 1,704 85 

" surrenders 68 44 

" redeeming debentures (not extended) $5,000 

Total expenditure $12,430 42 

MISCELLANEOUS. 



Life risks. 



CoDtrscto in force 31«t December, 1891 

ConlnMts taken dming 1896 

GroM contraete on foot ftt any time during 1895 , 

Contnete expired, lapsed, matnred, etc 

Contmeta on footSlst December, 1895 

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LIST OF DEBENTURE HOLDERS. 



Nftme. 



Edwin Abbott 

John Abbott, estftte 

Alfred Baker, M.A 

Rjbert Bowie 

N. Gomit»Br 

Allan Fmncis 

John Fleet 

James Gillies 

O.H. Hubbard 

W.H. Hunter 

James P. Murray 

W» Beattie Neebitt, M.D . 

Cordon Starr 

Hon. M. Sullivan, Senator. 
FrankTurner, O.E 



Total 



Residence. 



Brockville 



Toronto 



Brockville 

Renfrew 

Toronto .... 
Garleton Place 
Toronto 



Brockville 
Kingston . . 
Toronto .. 



Amount 
subscribed. 



I c. 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
2,500 00 
8,200 00 
7,100 00 
1,200 00 
4,400 00 
8,700 00 

500 00 
2,500 00 
1,200 00 

600 00 
1,200 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 



82,800 00 



Amount 
paid up. 



I c. 
l,2C0O0 
1,200 00 
2,600 00 
3,200 00 
7,100 00 
1,200 00 
4,400 00 
8,700 00 

600 00 
2,500 00 
1,200 00 

500 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 



82,600 00 



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YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1895. 



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JOINT STOCK FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1895, 



FIRE INSURANCE EXOHANOE CORPORATION, (MUTUAL AND STOCK), 
HAND-IN-HAND INSURANCE COMPANY, (MUTUAL AND STOCK) 
AND MILLERS' AND MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COM- 
PANY (STOCK AND MUTUAL) SEE UNDER «• CASH 
MUTUAL COMPANIES." 



KEYSTONE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAINT JOHN. 

HBAD OFFICE, ST. JOHN, N.B. « 

Commenced business October Ist^ 1889. 



President — Howard D. Troop. Secretary —'E. L. Templb 

Anthorued capital, $500,000. 

Subscribed capital, $260,000 ; paid up, $50,000. 

Securities deposited in treasury of Ontario, $25,920.00. 

Assets. 

Amoant of bonds, stocks, etc., Dominion of Canada 4 per cent, stock . . $25,920 00 

'* ProYinoe of New Brunswick bonds 10,226 00 

'' Sault Ste. Marie bonds 5,225 00 

*' Cash on deposit Rank of New Brunswick, St. John, N. B 7,812 44 

" Cash in agents' hands 14,198 15 

Bills receivable 1,677 15 

" Interest accrued and unpaid 864 64 

" Due for re-insurance on losses 1 59 24 

'* Unpaid call capital stock 1,130 00 

** Premiums due from other Companies 4,717 17 

" Due from other sources 2,1 82 50 

'^ Office furniture, supplies and insurance plans (not 

extended) $2,454 69 

Total assets $74,112 29 

Liabilities. 

Amoimtof supposed losses $ 2,639 72 

Unearned premiums, being 50 per cent of gross premiums 27,352 71 

another liabilities 24 39 

Total liabilities, except capital stock $30,016 82 

Capital stock paid up and in course of collection $50,000 00 

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BlCBIPTS. 

Net Frem%um8 received in Cash: 

Ontario $10,761 16 

Other provinoes or ooontries 52,163 36 

Interest 1,609 5S 

Re-insurance on account losses 2,242 90 

Total receipts $66,676 9 & 

EXPENDITURK. 

Expanses of Management : 

Paid for commission or brokerage $14,248 49 

" salaries, fees, etc 1.248 00 

" rent 125 OO 

" taxes. ., 458 36 

" all other charges 2,435 27 

Total expenses of management $18,51 5 12 

MisctUaneovs Payments: 

Amount paid for losses prior to 1895 136 84 

•* " " in Ontario $1,448 20 

" ^* " elsewhere 16,989 47 

18,437 67 

'' *' re-insarance premiums in Ontario $2,181 54 

" " « elsewhere 6,233,45 

8,414 99 

'< '' claims arising out of re-insurance 9,455 33 

Total expenditure $54,959 95 

MlSOBLLANEOUS. 

General Business : 

Amount as originally written $4,529,681 00 

Less cancelled 364,745 00 

$4,164,936 00 

Less re-insured 526,996 00 

Net risks in force 31st December, 1895 $3,637,938 00 

In Ontario : 

Amount as originally written $972,206 00 

Less oanceUed 50,432 00 

$921,774 QO 

Less re-insured 185,735 00 

Net risks in force 3l8t December, 1895 $736,039 00 

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A. 1897 



KEYSTONE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF ST. JOHN, N. B. 

SJat December, 1896, 
LIST OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



.Nftme. 



Annttrong, J. R 

Baird, Georflre T 

Baird, 6«orffe F 

Berryman, John, M.D 

BenrTman, D. £., M.D . . . 

Buokerfield, E. 6 

Brown, James 

Butcher. Mrs. F. R 

Beekwith, O. W 

Baiid,D. B 

Badrin,G«o,T 

Brow, E. R 

Bradnee, Mrs. R. M. O . . 

Berryman, Charlotte C 

Beekwith. J. 

Bell, A. H 

Bamhill, A.P 

Barbour, A. D 

Cushinft, Alston 

Ohipman, John D 

Calhoun, Sarah L 

Currie, J. Z., B£.D 

Chestnut, Henry 

Oowan, John A 

Creaghan, J. D 

Csrritte,deB 

OUrke,Geo.J 

Crothers, Samuel 

Chandler, W. H 

Ohipman, W.H 

0Ii5e,L.D 

Central Fire Insurance Co 
Cushinff, R. H 

Dunn,£. G 

Dickson (estote), D. Q .... 

Dockrill,J.F 

I>esmond. F. J., M.D . . . . 

I>niry, Ohas. LeB 

Dunn, Lncinda R 

Elkin.E.C 

BHis,J.V 

Bdgeoombe, F. B 

Hkin, Mrs. 8. A 

BrnmeEson, H. R 

|dgeoombe, A. 6 

Adgeoombe, John 

Edwards,M.B 

FlewweUing, George 

Mows, Hon. J. I 

For8tw,W.D 

Ford, Louisa 

Frink,K W. W 



Reeidenoe. 



St. John, N.B 

Perth, Victoria County . . 

St. John, N.B 

II 

Harcourt, Kent Co., N.B 

Newcastle 

St John 

Fredericton ,. 

Perth, Victoria County . . 

Mc Adam, N.B 

Charlottetown 

St. Stephen 

St. John, N.B 

Fredericton 

St. John, N.B 

It 

St. Stephen, N.b!!!! \.\ 

St. John, N.B 

Cambridge, Mass 

Fredericton 

St. John, N.B 

Chatham, N.B 

St. John, N.B 

St. Stephen 

St. John 

Moncton, N.B 

Dorchester 

St. John 

Fredericton 

Houlton, Me 

St. John, N.B 

Sackville, N.B 

St. John, N.B 

Newcastle 

St. John, N.B 

Houlton, Me 

St. John 

II 

Fredericton 

St. John 

Dorchester 

Fredericton 

St. John, N.B 

II 

Boston 

London, Eng 

St. Andrews, N.B 

Sackville, N.B 

St. John, N.B 

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Amount sub- 
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% c. 
1,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 

7,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

260 00 

260 00 

60000 

500 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

250 00 

60 00 

1,050 00 

100 00 

1,250 00 

5,000 00 

8,000 00 

4,000 00 

2,000 00 

600 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

260 00 

260 00 

250 00 

500 00 

500 00 

1,260 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
600 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,260 00 

3,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 

250 90 

1,000 00 

50 00 

100 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

300 00 

100 00 



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2,000 00 

1,000 00 

400 00 

1,000 00 

1,500 00 

300 00 

200 00 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 

400 00 

50 00 

10 00 

210 00 

20 00 

260 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

800 00 

400 00 

120 00 

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200 00 

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60 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

250 00 

200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
260 00 

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200 00 

400 00 

200 00 

50 00 

200 00 

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20 00 

2,000 00 

400 00 

200 00 

60 00 

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LIST OF STO0KH0LDERS.-C(m<fnttec«. 



Name. 



Gilmour (estate of), A 

Grimmer, F. H 

6rimmer|_(}eo. D 

Gove,S. T., M.D ..., 

Qilmonr, A. B , 

Godard, H. H 

Goad, O.E 

Graham, John , 



Hocken, R 

Harris, J. L 

Harris, C.P 

HeDnessey, Patrick 

HockeD, M. S 

Hazen, A P 

Hickman, Wm .... 

Horton, S. A 

Hntchings, C. H . . . 
Hntchings, J. McA 



Irvine, J. E. 
Inch, J. R . . 



Jones, George W 

Jones, R. K 

Johnson. Edward 

Jones, F. O 

Jack, James 



King (estate), 8. T 

Kingr, Annie E 

King, Charles W 

King, Horace 

King, Charles W., tnutee, etc . 



Likely, J. A 

Logan, J. T 

Loidly, A. J. &Son. 

LockhartiC. B 

Leavitt, Julia 



MoLeod, W.H 

MoLeod, Edith 

MoLellan (estote), Hon. D. 

MoLeod,£ 

McLean, H. H 

McQueen, A 

McQueen, J. A 

MaoPherson, A. D 

Merrltt, W. H 

Merritt, J. F 

Markham, Major A 

Melrose, R 

Murohie, James 

Merritt, G. Wetmore 

Murehie, F. M 

Masters, J. E 

Macaulay Bros. & Co 

Merritt, F. S 

Mowatt, James 

Macaulay, Alex 

May, Rebecca P 

Morrissey, G^eorg^ 



Residence. 



St. John, N.B 
St. Andrews . . 



St John 

St John. N.B . . 

Montreal 

Woodstock, N.B 

Chatham 

Moncton, N.B .. 

Newosstle 

Chatham 

Montreal 

Dorchester 

St John 

St John, N.B .. 



St John, N.B 
Fredericton ... 



St John, N.B 
New York .... 
St John, N.B 

O'Brien, Richard I St John 

CShaughnessy, E I St John, N.B 



St John, N.B 

Chatham, N.B 
St John, N.B 



' R'chibucto . . . . 
St John, N.B 

St John 

St John, N.B 

ti 
Dorchester . . . . 



Fredericton . 
St John . . . . 



St John, N.B 
St Stephen . . . 
St John, N.B 
St Stephen ... 

Moncton 

St John 



Amount sub- 
scribed for. 



% a 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

600 00 

100 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 

6,000 00 

2,000 00 

3,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

260 00 

260 00 

760 00 

600 00 

600 00 

2,6oaoo 

1,000 00 

6,000 00 
6,000 00 

600 00 
6,000 00 

100 00 

100 00 
1,660 00 
1,660 00 
1,660 00 
1,660 00 

2,000 00 

600 00 

600 00 

500 00 

50 00 

1,400 00 

1,260 00 

2,000 00 

800 00 

500 00 

260 00 

150 00 

100 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

2.000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

50O 00 

260 00 

1,000 00 

400 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 

1,260 00 

60 00 

600 00 
100 00 



Amount paid 
up. 



$ c 
400 00 
400 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 

20 00 
100 00 
200 00 

1,000 00 
400 OO 
400 00 
200 00 
200 00 
50 00 
50 00 
150 00 
100 00 
100 00 

500 00 
200 OO 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

100 00 

1,200 00 

20 00 

20 00 
330 00 
390 00 
330 00 
390 OO 

400 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
10 00 

280 00 

260 00 

400 00 

160 00 

100 00 

60 00 

90 00 

20 00 

1,000 00 

400 00 

400 00 

20O 00 

200 00 

200 00 

100 00 

60 00 

900 00 

fO 00 

20 OO 

20OOO 

260 OO 

10 00 

100 00 
20 00 



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LIST OF STOCKHOLDERS.- (7on<j/tid?d. 



Nftme. 



Poiter, J.E 

Porter, W. Alex .... 

PWew, W» jr 

Phinney, J. D 

Peten, Sanh 

Peters, F. A 

Pftlmer, Ad* Loniie . 



lUndolpb, Hon. A. F 

Robertaon, J. 

Runnie, Gavin 

RobertioD, W. J 

Rice, W. R 

Rowan, A. N 

Robertaon, StroMi.... 



Smith, A. 

Sadler, F.D 

Sporr, J. DeWolfe 

Steevea,J.T., BID.... 
Steevea, J. A. E., M.D 

Street, E. Lee 

Stablea, George 

Sharp, F.S 

Shaw, Wm 

Smith, R. Wilson 

Stratoo, Lola A. R .... 

Sqow.W. B 

Short, J. O 

Smith, Ella A 



Troop, Howard D . . 
Tillej, Sir Leonard 
Temple, Thoe. A . . . 
Tioop, Mr8.H. D .. 

Todd, Frank 

Todd, HenrvF .... 

Temple, S.L 

ToddTRB 

Twining, J. T.,jr.. 
Thome, Amelia T . . 
Thome, AliceB.... 

Sn««f.M 

Urquhart, A. S . . . . 



Wddon, Gharlea, W. 
White,H.A 



Watt, George 

Watt.E.G 

Welch, W.W 

Whittaker, lira. £. G 
Week8,P. A 



Reeidenoe. 



St. John, N.B 



Frederioton .. 
St. John, N.B 



Total , 



Frederioton . . 

St. John 

St. John, N.B 



Bear River. N.S 
St. John, N.B .. 



'erth, Viotoria Go 
t. John, N.B .... 



NewcaBtle,N.B 
Ohatham, N.B . . 
8t.John, N.B .. 
II 

Montreal , 

St. John . 

Bangor, Me 

St. John, N.B .. 
Woodatock, N.B 

St. John, N.B .. 



St. John . . . . 
St. Stephen 



St: John 

St. Stephen .. 
Halifax, N.S. . 
St. John, N.B 



St John 

Soaaex, N.B . . 
Ohatham, N.B , 

Ohatham 

Qnebeo , 

St. John, N.B 



Amount anb- 
seribed for. 



I o. 

6,000 00 

2,600 00 

1,600 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

600 00 

260 00 

10,000 00 
6,000 00 
1,000 00 
100 00 
100 CO 
100 00 
100 00 

2,eoooo 

2,000 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

7,600 00 

1,000 00 

1,660 00 

200 00 

. 100 00 

260 00 

11,000 00 

3,000 00 

7,660 00 

2,600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

2,760 00 

260 00 

600 00 

60 00 

60 00 

2,000 00 
200 00 

2,000 00 
1,600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
100 00 
160 00 



Amount paid 
up. 



$ c. 

1,200 00 
500 00 
800 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
60 00 

2,000 00 
1,200 00 
200 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 

600 00 

400 06 

120 00 

200 00 

200 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

1,600 00 

200 00 

380 00 

40 00 

20 00 

60 00 

2,200 oa 

600 00 

1,680 oa 

600 00 

120 00 

120 00 

560 OO 

60 00 

100 00 

10 OO 

10 00 

400 00 
40 00 

400 00 
800 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
20 00 
30 00 



1260,000 00 $60,000 00 



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QUEEN CITY FIRE INSUEANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICE, TORONTO. 

Commenced biuineaa let July, 1871. 



PreriderU^J AUES Austin. | SecreUiry—THouAB Walmsley. 

Authorized CftpiUl, 1 100,000. 

Subscribed Capital, (100,000. Paid up, $50,000. 

Seouritfes deposited in Treasury of Ontario, $10,000 par value. 



Assbts. 



Value of real estate held by Company, being land and building on the west 
side of Church Street, Toronto, where the head offices of the Company 

are situated $80,633 <9 

Debentures of Freehold Loan and Savings Company 10,000 OO 

Amount of Iioans secured by bank and other stocks 66,330 OO 

« " mortage 12,500 10 

Cash on deposit in Dominion Bank 5,493 )8 

Agents' balances 3,875 )0 

Interest accrued and unpaid on all loans as above 790 43 

Accrued rents 1,442 .6 

Totolassets $181,066 16 

Liabilities. 

Unearned premiums, being 50 per cent, of gross premiums $16,846 59 

Other liabilities 70 76 

Total Uabilities, except capital stock $16,917 26 

Capital stock paid up in cash $50,000 00 

Revenue Account. 

Net premiums received in cash $22,789 25 

Received for interest, dividends on stocks 4,008 75 

Rents 3,905 60 

Investment account (not extended) $46,970 00 

Re-insurance , 4,170 71 

Total $34,874 31 

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EZPKNDITUBK. 

Mxp&n86B of Management : 

Paid for oommiflaion or brokerage 

" salaries, fees and all other remfineration of officials 

" rent 

" legal expenses 

'* charges 

" statutory assessment and license fee 

" books, stationery, printing and advertising . 

'' travelling expenses 

" postage, telegrams and express 

« bonus salary agents , 

** expenses against rent , 



$3,204 29 


1 3,645 00 


400 00 


3 


91 


16 


68 


108 70 


441 


59 


23 


26 


66 71 


56 


67 


2,388 


82 



Total expenses of management $10,345 52 



MiseeUaneous, 



Amount paid for investigation of losses 374 18 

'* losses occurring during the year 1895 28,016 54 

2,286 20 

1,967 01 

2,500 00 

2,500 00 

190 29 

23 74 



" re-msurance premiums 

*' cancelled policies 

Amount of dividends paid during the year to shareholders 
*' bonus paid during the year to shareholders . . 
" " " " policyholders. 
" all other expenditure 



Total expenditure $48,143 48 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Fire RUks. 


Number. 


Amount. 


Policies in force (grooe) Slat Deeember, 1894 


3,684 
2,181 


$ a 
8,084,166 00 

2,986,636 00 


Taken daring the year 1896, new and renewed 




Total 


4,766 
8,097 


6,970,800 00 
2,668.038 00 


Bednot expired and cancelled during 1895 




In foroe at 8l8t Deoember. 1896 , 


2,668 


8,317,767 00 



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A. 1897 



LIST OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



Name. 



Aoktui, Jftmes 

Bftdenach, Willuun 

GfaipinaD,'J. D.,'(in tnut). 
Oopp, W. W., eBUte of . . . 

iaUott,K. W 

BiigliBh,O.E 

English, E. Taylor 

GkMling, F. G. 
CmmIb, I>. S. 

Harvey, Jane 

Maolennan, Jamee. 
MUei, Martha P . 



G.) 



in trust. 



Madcnnan, James) 

VTmstees . 
Walmaley, Thofl.. j 

Northcote» B. (in trust) 

Soott Sc Walmsley 

Scott, Hugh 

Soott, James 

Soott,J.G 

Strathy, H. H 

Smith, W. H. (in trust) 

Stark & Oo. , John 

Wahnsley, William 

Walmsley, Thomas 

Watson, James 

Wood,A.T 



Residence. 



Toronto. 



St. Stephen, N.B. 
Toronto 



Total 



Barrie .. 
Toronto 



Hamilton 



Amount sub- 
scribed. 



Amount pftid up 
in< 



$ c. 
2,000 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 

600 00 

3,500 00 

12,900 00 

200 00 

1,600 00 

600 00 
6,000 00 
2,300 00 

6,000 00 

700 00 

27,600 00 

5,000 00 

4,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

4,000 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,600 00 



100,000 00 



$ c. 
1,000 00 

500 00 
6,000 00 

260 GO 
1,250 00 

6,150 00 
100 OO 

760 00 

260 00 
2,600 00 
1,150 00 

2,600 00 

860 OO 
18,760 00 

2,600 00 

2,000 00 
600 00 
600 00 

2,000 00 
260 00 
500 00 

6,000 00 
500 00 
750 00 



60,000 00 



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ASSETS AND LIABILITIES : INCOME AND EXPENDITURE. 



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60 Victoria. • Sessional Papers (No. 9). A. 1897 

CASH-MLTIAL I-IRE COMPANIES. 

YEAR ENDING 3l8T DECEMBER, 1895. 



ECONOMICAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, BBBLIN. 

Gommeneed btMtness 2Sth October ^ 1871. 



PrmdetU — J. Fennbll. | Manager, Huoo Kratl 

Uunassessed premium note capital, $213,522.59. 
Securities deposited at Provincial Treasury, par value, $24,181.48. 



Assets. 



C«uh value of real estate $16,000 CO 

Oash value of mortgages on real estate 34,502 87 

Cash on deposit to Company's credit in Canadian Bank of Commerce, Ber- 
lin, and on hand 40,005 60 

Cash in Agents' hands, acknowledged by them to be due, and considered 

good 1,735 18, 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 3,086 35 

•• " prior years (not extended) $208 97 

Amount of short date notes, or due bills, less than one year overdue 2,202 42 

Amount of premium notes in force after deducting all pay- 
ments thereon and assessments levied $213,522 59 

Less premium notes given for re-insurance 7,775 88 

205,746 71 

Other amounts due Company 799 07 

Total assets $303,0 78 20 

Liabilities. 

Amount of reinsurance reserve $42,617 56 

** loss supposed ^. . 2,210 00 



Total liabilities $44,827 56 

Receipts. 

Oash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $42,052 35 

Oash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes $57,923 55 

'* premiums on cash system 78,514 8 L 

«* interest 2,334 81 

•* transfer fees 141 75 

" • rents 800 00 

** t refund overpayment of claim 4,464 14 



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Expenditure. 



Expenses of Management : 



Amount paid for commiBsioD to agents $27,756 73 



statutory aaseBsment 

printing, stationery and advertising . 

salaries, directors' and auditors' fees . 

postage, telegrams and express 

fuel and light 

taxes 

travelling expenses 

costs, law 



302 


10 


1,649 


71 


6,727 


65 


806 


16 


121 


92 


220 


83 


1,614 


36 


171 


46 



Expenses of Management $39,270 92 

Miscellaneous Payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $94,969 98 

" " prior to 1895 .... 2,780 83 



re-insurance 

rebate, abatement and returned premiums 

furniture and repairs, watchman and cleaning ex- 
penses, etc 

Goad's plans, Bradstreet, and R. G, Dunn, <fe Oo 



$97,760 81 
5,614 30 
828 00 

436 73 
925 05 



Total expenditure $144.825 8 1 

CURRENCY OF RISK 



Amount covered hy Policies in force Slat December, 1696. 



System. 


One year or less. 


Three years. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ c. 


$ c. 

5,877,853 65 
8,258,466 67 


$ c. 
5,877,853 65 
7,578,867 53 


Cash 


4,819,900 96 
4,819,900 96 




Re-inBured» 


Total . . . 
Mutual 


8,686,820 22 
193.224 00 


12,956,221 18 


Cash - - 


258,984 00 










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Total ... 


258,984 00 


198.224 00 • 


447,158 00 




by Company, Slst Dec., 1895 




Net risks carried 


4,065,966 96 


8,448,096 23 


12,509,063 18 



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A. 1897 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 



System of insurance. 


Number. 


Amount. 


Fire Risks.-— Afu<«aZ System, 

Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

** new and renewed during 1895 


4,506 
2,082 


4,992,269 15 
2,404,641 70 






Otoe* number during 1895 


6,588 
1,818 


7,896,910 85 
2,019,057 20 


Ii€j«3 expired and cancelled in 1896 


Net riKks in force on mutual system, Slst December, 1895 


4,770 


5,377,858 65 


Fire Risks.— Ca«A Syttem. 
Policies in force Slst December, 1894 


4,564 

5,888 


4.867,666 69 
6,217,770 84 


'* new and renewed during 1895 




Gross number during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1896 


10,452 

2,877 

7.575 

1 


10,575,427 4,M 
2,997,059 90 


Net risks in force on cash system, Slst December, 1895 


7,578,367 58 



BUSINESS TRANSACTED : 
General Fire Insurance. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in Jorce Slst December^ 1896. 



Amount of face of al premium notes held by Company, and legally liable to assessment. 
Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and aseessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 

Residue of premium notes given by Company for re insurance 



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216,666 87 

148,681 73 

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FIRE INSURANCE EXCHANGE.* 

HEAD OFFIOE, TORONTO. 

Commenced btminess Zrd Augusij 1886. 



FresiderU — Frsdrrick Wyld. Secret(vn/—KvQn Scott. 

Seourities deposited in Tieapory of Ontario : 

tDebentare of Manitoba and N. W. Loan Co'y % 5,000 00 

Subscription list of guarantee capital 200,000 00 

Unassessed premium note capital 8,309 8i$ 



Assets. 



Shares, debentures and other securities $3,000 00 

Cash on deposit in Standard Bank, Toronto 7,833 00 

Undertakings, unassessed amount $8,309 88 

Less residue of premium notes given for reinsurance 652 32 

7,657 56 

Amount due by sundry persons 1,370 60 

Total assets $19,861 16 

Liabilities. 

Unearned premiums, being 50 per cent, of gross premiums $3,402 69 

Amount of adjusted losses 1,917 51 

All other liabilities 165 33 



Total $5.485 5S 

Income. 

Cash balance Slst December, 1894, (not extended) $6,048 58 

" received for first payments 1895 $ 9.319 60 

" " premiums on cash system 6,707 47 

interest 292 74 

re-insurance claims 14,018 77 

sundries 242 39 

repaid loans (not extended) $16,350 00 

Total • $30,580 97 

*The corporate name wm cbanffed by Order-in-Gooncil dated 17th Jane, 1896, to " Fire f nnirMioe 
Exchange Oorporation, Stock and Mutual." fDepoeit is now 910,000 00. 

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A. 1897 



EXPBNDITURB. 

Caah paid for oommiflsion to agents $1,606 05 

" mvestigation and adjusiment of claims 181 94 

'* statntorj assessment and license 51 67 

« rent and taxes 307 50 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 1,980 18 

« printing, stationery and advertising 200 11 

" travelling expenses and inspection of risks 15 40 

" postage and telegrams 35 73 

•• clerical work 10 98 

Total expenses of management ..... $ 4,393 56 

Cash paid for losses which occurred in 1895 136,297 32 

*• prior to 1895 1,517 81 

37,815 13 

" re-insurance premiums $1,161 54 

'• rebate ^ 752 59 

** dividends to guarantors 1,000 00 

'* Goad's plans 23 73 

2,937 86 

Total expenditure $45,146 55 

CUKRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by policies in force Slat December, 1895. 



Syttem. 


One year or len. 


Three yean. 


Total 


Mutual 


$ c. 
683.946 26 
491,179 00 


• c. 
268,947 33 


$ c. 
688,946 25 


€Mh 


765,126 93 






Total 

JU'inturanee, 
Mutual 


1,126,126 25 

111,778 00 
88,675 00 


268,947 38 


1,889,072 58 
111 778 00 


CMh 




88,675 00 








Total •:. 


150,463 00 




160,458 00 








Net mki carried by Company, 31tt Peoember, 1895. . 


974,672 26 


268,947 88 


1,288,619 58 



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A. 18Jt/ 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 



Syitem of Intunuica. 


Number. 


Amount. 


Mutual Syttem. 
Policiee in force 3l8t December, 1894 .• 


964 
241 


785,601 00 


" new and renewed during 1896 


718,364 25 






Groiifl number durinff 1896 . . . . , 


606 
308 


1,608^866 25 


Lem expirfK) and ouioelled in 1896 


809,919 00 






Net riaks in force on mutual svstem Slst Deoe*nber. 1896 


302 


638,946 25 






Oa$k Syitem, 
Polidet in force Sift December, 1894 


301 
280 


664,604 33 


" new and renewed dnrinflr 1896 - r #*.......... r .. . 


664,998 00 






GroBS number during 1896 

Lew eznired and cancelled in 1896 


681 
284 


1,829,501 33 
674,376 00 






Net riiks in force on caah syitem Slst December, 1896 


867 

1 


766.126 38 



BUSINESS TRANSACTED : 
General Fire Insurance. 



PREMIUBi NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in foree Slst December, 1S96, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Oompany, and legally liable to anesement. . 
Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all paymepts thereon and asse s s ments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1896 

Residue of premium notes given by Oompany for re-insurance . . . . » 



One year riiki. 



$ c. 
16,619 76 



18,663 42 
668 32 



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Sessional Papers (No. 9). 



A. 1897 



LIST OF GUARANTORS. 
Subscription List of Gaarantee Capital deposited as iieciirity in the Provincial Treasury.^ 



Name of gnuurantor. 



Allen, W. A 

Bretman, J. C 

Brook, W.R 

Bunting, G. W 

Bain, Laidlaw & Co . . . 

Blain, Hugh 

Bate & Co., G. T 

Gronyn, V 

Campbell, A. H 

Darling, Andrew . . . . . 

DonnetL Thomas 

DoTlin, K. J 

BUiott. W 

EW,J. P 

ElUott, Robert W 

Gage. V.J 

6arlaiid,J.M 

Holland, Sir W. P . . 

Hamilton, W. B , 

How]aiid,H.S 

Tf^l|i«^ John 

Hedlej, James 

Howland, W. H., Est 
Ince, V^illiam .. 

Inring, A. 8 

MacKay, Donald .... 

MoKumon,S. F 

ICartin, C 

Mncklestone, J .... 

O'Brien, Henry 

Patterson, IL L 

Park,W. W 

Bogers, Elias 

Rcee,G.M 

Spink, J. L 

Soott, Hugh 

Soott, James 

Wyld,FredlE 

Withrow, John J .... 
Walmsley, Thomas . . 

Vatson, James 

Wilson, William 

Waldie, John 

Wood, Honorable S. G 

Wood, A. T 

Yarker, G. W 



Residence. 



OtUwa. 



Toronto 



Ottawa.. 

London 

Toronto 



Ottowa.. 
Toronto 



Ottawa.. 
Toronto 



Kingston. 
Toronto 



Hamilton 
Toronto . 



Amount 
guaranteed. 



1,600 00 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
1,600 00 

1,600 oa 

6,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 OO 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 OO 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 OO 
5,000 00 
1,600 00 

a^ooooo 

6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
2,600 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
8,600 00 
6.000 00 
6,000 00 



200,000 00 



*By Order-in Oonnoil dated Uth December, 1895, the Company was authorized to raise a capital stock 
of $100,000 ; by subsequent Order (April 20, 1896) an increase of capital stock to $250,000 was authorised ; 
also by indenture dated 10th AprU, 1896, the Provincial Secretary released and discharged the above 
Guarantee Subscription List. 

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GORE DISTRICT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 



HEAD OFFICE, OALT. 



Commenced btmnesa, 16th October^ 1839, 



PresidefU—Uoisi. James Young. | S&cretary—R. S. Stbonq 

Unaaaessed premium note capital, $161,952.10. 



Securities depositod in Treasury of Ontario, par value, 120,000. 

ASSBTS. 

Cash value of real estate $33,862 08 

Loans secured by mortgages 84,917 36 

Market value of shares, bonds, debencures and securities other than the 

foregoing 23,000 00 

Actual cash on hand at head office $1,897 92 

Cash on deposit to the Company's credit, not drawn against in 
the following chartered banks : 

Merchant's Bank, agency at Gait 16,352 29 

Bank of Commerce " 7,596 51 

25,846 72 

Cash in agents' hands acknowledged by them to be due and considered 

good 1,499 81 

Amount unpaid of premium notes in force after deducting all payments 

thereon and assessments levied 161,952 10 

Amount of interest accrued 4,335 91 

Total assets $335,413 98 

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LlABILITIBS. 

.Amount required to re-inaure all oatstandiog riska taken on the cash system, 
being 50 per cent, of gross premiams on all cash system policies in 

force at 3lBt December, 1895 $42,602 76 

Amoont sapposed losses 2,927 1 8 

" adjusted loss 110 00 

'* of promissory note (moneys held in trust) 1,500 00 

" accrued interest 52 80 

Total liabilities $47,092 74 

Ekgkipts. 

Oash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $25,264 35 

Oaah received as first payments $19,271 72 

assessment of 1895 34,461 26 

" " prior years 2,426 03 

" premiums on cash system 55,458 49 

" interest 7,144 40 

•< re-insurance claims • 10,719 08 

" transfer fees and extra premiums 842 07 

" agents' balances 1,247 45 

'* from debentures and mortgages (not extended) $15,190 48 

" from bills receivable 84 95 

Total receipts $131.656 45 

EXPBNDITUBB. 

Expenses of ManctgemerU : 

Amount paid for commission and bonus to agents $18,880 27 

" . fuel and light ^.... 215 48 

^* statutory assessment and license 240 40 

*' printing, stationery and advertising 1,185 96 

«» rent and taxes 757 23 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 8,847 27 

** travelling expenses 652 50 

** postage, telegrams and express 1,052 80 

«« law costs 344 63 

<' investigation of claims 420 88 

" interest 76 00 

" incidentals 699 78 

Expenses of management (carried fonoard) $33,371 30 

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Expensea of management (brought forward) (33,371 30 

MiscManeous Payments : 

Gash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $77,098 07 

" « •* prior to 1895 3,424 43 

$80,622 50 

" re-insurances 7,282 83 

'* rebate, abatement and returned premiums 3,425 29 

" bonus to members 5,552 22 

« office furniture 1,580 08 

'* investments (not extended) $14,529 34 

Total expenditure $131,734 22 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 



Amount eovered hy PoUgUb in force Slat Deeember^ 1896, 



System. 


One year or )ess. 


Three years. 


Total. 


Mataal 


$ c 


$ c 
8,847,189 00 
6,728,910 00 


$ a 
3,847.189 00 
8,809,520 00 


Cash 


2,080,610 00 




Total 


2.080,610 00 


10,676.099 00 


12,666,709 00 


Re-insured, 
MnttuA 


Cash 


182,760 00 


861,544 00 


484,894 00 


Total 


182,760 00 


361,544 00 


484,894 00 




Net risks carried by Company, Slst Dec., 1895 


1,947,860 00 


10,224,565 00 


12,172,416 00 



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A. 1897 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 



SyBtem of iniuranoe. 


Number. 

• 


Amount. 


Mutual SysUn^. 
Policies in force Slat December, 1894 


2,858 
880 


$ c. 
4,496,885 00 


Polieiee new and rmewed during^ 1895 


1,344,748 00 






GmM iraiiiber dnring 1895 .,. 


3,738 
1,188 


5.840,583 00 


LflBB exinred and ouieeUed in 1895 


1,993.394 00 


Net risks in foice on mutaal system, Slst December, 1895 


2,605 


3,847,189 00 






Cash SytUm, 

PoUdes in force, Slst December, 1894 

Policies new and renewed during 1895 


7,083 
3,286 


7,389,966 00 
3,781,863 00 






Gross number durinff 1895 


10,869 
2,686 


11,171,329 00 


Lmh e^red and cancelled in 1895 


2,861,809 00 






Nat risks in force on cash system. Slst December. 1895 


7.734 


8,809,520 00 





BUSINESS TRANSACTED : 
General Fire Insurance. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policits in force Slat December^ 1895, 





Three year 
risks. 


Total. 




Amoaiit of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 


$ c 

271,363 00 

161,952 10 
96.834 00 


$ c. 
271,363 00 


Amoant of premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 


161,952 10 
96.334 00 


AmoQBt of premium notes received during the year 1895 







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HAND-IN-HAND INSURANCE COMPANY, MUTUAL AND STOCK. 



HEAD OFFICBy TORONTO, ONT. 

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Commeneed business let July, 1873. 



President — Jambs Austin. Vice- PresiderU and Seereiury — Hugh Scott. 

By Act 42 Yic. cap. 85, Ontario Statutes, 1879, power was granted to tkis Company to 
raise Capital Stock and to do business on the Cash System. 

Authorized Stock Capital $500,000 00 

Subscribed «' 100,000 00 

Paid up in Cash " 20,000 00 

Stock uncalled .• 80,000 00 

Securities deposited in the Treasury of Ontario (psr value) 10,000 00 

^naooiooood premium note capital «... 16,010 06 

Assets. 

mortgages on real estate (21,686 33 

Loans on bank stocks ! . . . 29,267 00 

Shares, debentures and other securities 400 00 

51,353 33 

Oash on deposit to Company's credit in Ontario Bank, Toronto $1,524 13 
dash on deposit to Company's credit in Dominion Bank, Toronto 350 00 

1.874 13 

Clash in agents' hands 5,971 04 

Premium notes in force after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied .... $16,010 06 

Less residue of premium notes given for re-insurance 7,339 04 

8,671 02 

Interest accrued 1,018 22 

Other assets 1,910 22 

Total $70,797 96 

Subscribed capital uncalled $80,000 00 

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Liabilities. 

Amount of loases sopposed (4,027 72 

Amoant reqaired to ie>insiire all outstanding risks taken on cash system, 
being 50 per cent, of gross premiums on all cash system policies in 

force at 31st December, 1895 8,760 53 

Directors' fees, etc 316 00 

Qoeen City Fire Insurance Company 178 40 



Total liabilities $13,281 65 



Revenue Account. 

Gash Premiums received for premiums on cash system $19,391 6^ 

" *< as first payments or deposits being part payment 

of premium notes 17,255 39 

Cash received for interest 2,257 42 

** for plate glass insurance 8,104 89 

" re-insurance 1 1,937 85 

Loans repaid (not extended) $26,818 75 

Total $53, 947 15 

Expenditure 

Cash paid for rent $ 400 00- 

" clerical work 16 79 

" statutory assessment, license, etc 93 4& 

*' printing, stationary and advertising 293 73- 

** salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 1,300 00 

'* investigation and adjustment of claims . 306 51 

" postage, telegrams and express, etc 77 69 

*< traveling expenses 23 55 

^ , . . j Fire $5,013 60 

" agents' commission { Plate Glass 675 92 

5,689 52 

" law costs 10 00 

" plate glass charges 225 95 

<* other expenses \ 38 75 



Total management $8,475 95 

Oash paid for losses during 1895 $ 3,794 64 . 

" " prior to 1895 35,577 40 

« <* on plate glass 1,441 64 

40,813 5S 

" re-insurances (premiums paid) » 14,330 7S 

<* rebate, abatement and returned ( Fire $2,266 28 

premiums ( Plate Glass . . 478 59 



2,744 87 

dividends 2,000 OO 

other expenditures 23 74 

investments (not extended) $14,852 75 



Total expenditure $68,388 90 

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A 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Policiet in force Slst Dceember, 1895. 



System. 


One year or less. 


Three years. 


ToUL 


Mutuftl 


Inmranee, 


$ c. 

912,910 00 

1,884,628 90 


$ e. 


912,910 00 


Caah 


779,662 00 






2,114,090 90 


Total . . . 


2,247,488 90 

427,180 00 
448,618 00 


779,662 00 


3,027,000 90 

427,180 00 
476,609 00 


Mutual 


Re-imuranee, 


Cash 


31,991 00 






ToUl .... 


870,798 00 


81,991 00 


902.789-00 




i by Company, 31st Dec., 1896 


Net risks oarrio 


1.876,640 90 


747,671 00 


2,124,211 90 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 



System of Insurance. 



Fire Risks— Mutual System, 
Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

** new and renewed during 1896 

Gross number daring 1896 

Lees expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1895 

Fire Risks— CasA Syttem, 
Policies in force Slst December, ]89'4 

** new and renewed during 1896 

Gross number during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on cash system Slst December, 1895 . . . 

* Plate Ghiss Risks. 
Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

** new and renewed during 1896 

Gross number during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net riTiks in force Slst December, 1895 



Number. 



802 
292 



594 
847 



Amount 



$ c 

1,080,112 00 
1,130.048 00 



247 



1,728 
711 



1,017 



695 
271 



966 
812 



664 



2,210,160 00 
1,297,260 00 



912,910 00 



1,776,118 00 
1,966,948 90 



8,748,066 90 
1,628,976 00 



2,114,090 90 



164,329 44 

37,258 68 



201,588 12 
37,258 98 



164,329 aO 



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A. 1897 



BUSINESS TRANSACTED : 
G^eneral Fire, Plate Qlass and Inland Marine Insurance. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Polieies in force Sltt December^ 1895, 





One year risks. 


TotaL 


Amount of face of aU premium notes held by Company, and legally 


$ c. 

82,020 12 

16,010 06 

34,168 80 

7,839 04 


$ 0. 

82,020 12 


Amoont of all premium notes, after deducting all payments tbereon and 


16,010 06 
84,168 80 


Amount of premium notes receiyed during the year 1896 


Residue of Dremium notes ffiven for re- insurance 


7,SS9 04 







LIST OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



Name. 



Austin, James 

Campbell, A. H 

Chipman, John D., in trust 

Coflfee & Co., L 

Dixon, B. Homer 

Elliott, Wm., estate of 

Fisher, D 

Giowski, Sir O. S., A.D.C 

Maepberson, Sir D. L 

Maclennan, Hon. Justice 

MaoMaster, Hon. Wm., esUte of. . 

Smith. Prof. Goldwin 

Smith, Lamtt W., D.C.L 

Smith, W. H 

Smith, A. L. Exr. late C. R. Smith 
Smith, W. H., Admr. late L. J. 

Smith 

Smith, W. H.... (Tsts. for Msry 
Meifdith. W. R. f C. Taylor .... 

Smith, W.H \T%Xm. for Fanny 

Meredith, W. R. J W. Smith. . . 

Smith, Sir. D. A 

Smith, W, H., Mgr. in trust .... 

Scott, James 

Scott & Wahnsley 



Residence. 



Amount 
Subscribed for. 



Toronto 

<« 

St. Stephen '. 
Toronto 

I. 

Bowmanville 

Toronto 

<i 

K 
<C 

It 
{( 

London 

t< 

It 
i< 

(I 

Montreal 

Toronto 



5,000 00 

6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 

6,000 00 
6,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1,0C0 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 



$100,000 00 



Amount 
paid up in 



$ 0. 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

200 00 

200 00 

200 00 
200 00 

200 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 



$20,000 00 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. *.»)• A. 1897 



THE MILLERS' AND MANUPAOTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY, 

MUTUAL AND STOCK. 



HEAD OFFIOB, TORONTO, ONTARIO. 

Commeneed business let September, 1885. 



President — Jambs Goldie. | Secretary — Hugh Scott 

Authorized stock capital • $260,000 00 

Subscribed stock capital 122,500 00 

Paid up in cash 24,200 00 

Capital stock uncalled 98,300 00 

Securities deposited at Provincial Treasury 10,000 00 

Unassessed premium note capital 34,687 29 



Assets. 

Mortgagee $19,500 00 

Cash on deposit in Traders' Bank, Toronto $3,981 44 

" Bank of Commerce 10,712 45 

" Imperial Trust Company, Toronto .^03 82 

15,197 71 

Undertakings, unassessed amount $34,687 29 

Less residue of premium notes given for re-insurance 14,21 1 83 

20,475 4« 

Office furniture and fire equipment (not extended) . . $1,126 52 

Interest $768 40 

Uncollected premiums 1,309 87 

Loans on stock 37,970 00 

40,048 27 

Reinsurance claims unpaid 3,820 44 . 

All other assets 129 41 

Total assets $99,171 29 

Capital stock uncalled $98,300 00 

Liabilities. 

♦Adjusted losses $8,550 00 

Reinsurance reserve 1,355 16 

Hand-in-Hand Insurance Company 1,053 38 

Fire Insurance Exchange 30 82 

Grant to officers, 1895 50 00 

Dividend to shareholders, 1895, unpaid 120 00 

Soott & Walmsley 39 55 

Q leen City 26 56 

Total liabilities to public $11,225 47 

Liability of stockholders — 

Paid up stock $24,200 00 

— — — — 55^^ss 
*Sinee paid. 

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Rkvbnue Aocount. 

Premiams received as first payments or deposits, being part payment of 

premium notes •, . . $36,046 86 

Cash received, cash premiums 2,847 82 

** anooliected premiums of prior years . 1,731 89 

" interest 2,776 40 

" call on stock 100 00 

" commission 1,808 42 

" , re-insurance claims 7,202 19 

" all other sources 562 97 

Total income $53,076 56 

EXPKNDITURR. 

Cash paid for law costs $4 50 

'* statutory assessment, license, etc 70 77 

" travelling expenses 387 90 

" rent 400 00 

** salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 5,854 00 

*< printing, stationery, and advertising, etc 414 38 

" postage 57 15 

" investigation of claims 53 09 

Total expenses of management $7,241 79 

Gash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $21,346 39 

** « «« prior to 1895 8,348 00 

$29,694 39 

rebate 1,74129 

" . re-insurance (premiums) 14,594 64 

" dividends, shareholders 2,410 00 

•* fire equipment 102 03 

voted to officers for 1894-5 2,700 00 

Total expenditure .?^^»i^^ ^^ 



OURRENOY OF RISKS. 
AmojirU covered by Polieiea in force SlU December, 1896, 



Sybtem. 



Mataal 
Gaih... 



Gross amount a/t risk 81st December, 1896 
Be-insuranoe : 

Mutual 

Cash 

Total 

Net amount at risk, Slst December, 1895 



One year or less. 



$ c. 

2,106,967 00 


181,666 00 


2,288,632 00 


889,682 00 


2,600 00 


892,182 00 



1,896,460 00 



4 IN. 



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A. 1897 'i 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 





Number. 


Amounl 


Mu^al Syttem. 
Polioiet in foxoe 8lBt December, 1804 


525 
546 


$ e. 

2,189,218 00 


Policiee new and renewed daring 1895 ; 


2,288,048 00 


Gross number dnring 1895 


1,071 
587 


4,477,266 00 


Less expired or cancelled in 1805 


2,S70,299 00 


Net risks in force on mutual system Slst Decemberi 1895 


484 


2,106,967 00 






Cash Sj/gUm, 
Policies in foroe Slst December, 1894 


58 
105 


114,267 00 


Policies taken during 1895, on cash system 


230,485 00 






Gross number and amount during 1895 


168 

77 


844.702 00 
168,087 00 


Leew 4^xi>irftd and oancellfKl in 1895 




Net risks in force on cash system Slst December, 1895 


81 


181,665 00 



BUSINESS TRANSACTED : 
Manufacturing Kisks. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Polieiet in foree SItt Deeetnber, 1896, 



Ajnount of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally liable 
to assebsment .' 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon tuid 
assessmentB levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 

Residue of premium notes given for re-insurance 

B60 



One year risks. 



$ a 

69,374 58 

34,687 29 
74,809 84 
14,211 88 



Total 



$ c 

69,374 68 

84,687 20 
74,309 34 
14,211 83 



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A. 1897 



LIST OF STOOKHOLDERS. 



Name. 



ArniBtvoDg, J, B. 



Baird, A.H 

Barber, John K . 
Baird, H.N.... 

Bell. Wm 

Burnett, J. S..., 



Ghipmao, Jno. D. (in tnut) 

Blliott,RW 

ForbflB,Geo. D.! 



6oldie,D 

Goldie, Jno 

Goldie, Jm 

Goldie & McCnliongh Ga, Limited. 

HilI,Jafl.&Co 

HUboni, Jacob 

KarD,D.W.&Oa 

KingBroB 



Mn»tard,H 

Mukkoka Mill & Lumber Go . 

McLangblio Sc Bioore 

McKay, ThoB. & Co 

McNally, Angus 



Nob^e, Robert 

NozoD Broe 

NorrU, Jas 

Northcote, K. (in trust) 

O'Neail, Thomas 

PattifloD, George 

Biordao, Charles 



Stewart, Robert 

Smith, R.H 

Spink, J. L 

Soott, Hugh 

Scott, Hugh (in trust) 

Snttco, Wm 

Swi'er, Dundas k Co. , 

Seagram, Jos. E 

Storey, W.H 

Taylor A Bates , 

Whitelaw, C 

Whitelaw, R. 

WiUoo, Wm 

Walmaley, Thos 



Total 



Address. 



Guelph 



Paris 

Georgetown . . 

Toronto 

Guelph 

Winterboume 



St. Stephen, N.B.. 

Toronto 

Hespeler 



Ayr ... 
Guelph 



Gait. 



Brockville 
Blair 



WocdRtook 
Whitby ... 



Wyoming 
Toronto . , 



Ottawa. 
Blair... 



Normal 

IngersoU 

St. Catharines 
Toronto 



Paris. 



Preston 



Merritton 



Guelph 

St. Catharines 
Toronto 



Simcoe .. 
Lindsay . 
Waterloo. 
Acton ... 



St. Catharines 



Paris 

Woodstock . 
Toronto ... 



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Number 

of 
shares. 



60 

10 
20 
90 
80 
10 

00 

10 



20 
80 
70 
60 

20 
10 

20 
15 

10 
60 
25 
10 
10 

80 
80 
80 
10 



60 

60 

10 
10 
50 
80 
50 
10 
30 
80 
60 

10 

10 
10 
50 



1,226 



Amount 

of 
stock held. 



5,000 00 

1,000 00 
3.000 00 
S»000 00 
D,000 00 
1,000 00 

6,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 
8.000 00 
7,000 00 
6,000 00 

2,000 00 
1,000 00 

2,000 00 
1,500 00 

1,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,600 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
1,000 00 

500 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,000 00 
2,000 00 
5,000 00 
8,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,000 00 
8,000 00 
8.000 00 
5,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 
8,000 00 



122,500 00 



Amount paid 

being 

20 per cent. 

of amount of 

stock held, 

81st December, 

1894. 



1,000 00 

200 00 
400 00 
600 00 
1,600 00 
200 00 

1,200 00 

200 00 

400 00 

400 00 

600 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

400 00 
200 00 

200 00 
800 00 

200 00 
1,000 00 
500 00 
200 00 
200 00 

600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
200 00- 

lOOOOi 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

200 00 
200 00- 

1,000 00 
600 00 

1,000 00 
200 00 
600 00 
600 00 

1,000 00 

200 00 

200 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 



24,200 00 



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60 Victoria, Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 

PERTH MUTTJAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Commenced business Ist December^ 1863, 

President — Wm. Davidson. | Secretart/^OKARhEH Packkbt. 

Deposited in the Treasury of Ontario, $12,000.00. 
Unassessed premium note capital, $142,330.32. 



Assets. 



Oash valueof mortgages 845.875 00 

Value of debentures 12,000 00 



Actual oash on deposit in Canadian Bank of Commerce, Stratford 

Oash in agents' hands acknowledged by them to be due, and considered good 
Amount unpaid of instfldments of 1895 < 

" of short date notes, or due bills, less than one year overdue 

*' of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments 

thereon and assessments levied $142,330 32 

" less residue of premium notes given for re-insurance . . 16,427 16 



$57,875 00 


6,045 


37 


4,378 


07 


1,158 


39 


529 


90 



125,903 16 
office furniture and Goad's plans (not extended) .... $2,811 20 

interest accrued 811 00 

of other assets 392 58 



Total assets $197,090 47 

Liabilities, 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding risks taken on the cash system 
being 50 per cent of gross premiums on all cash system policies 

in force Slst December, 1895 $33,769 62 

" of losses adjusted 1,505 85 

" " supposed 3,700 00 

« of other liabilities ,291 70 



Total liabilities $39,267 17 

Rboeipts. 

Oash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $6,495 45 

Oash received as first payment, being part payment of premium notes .... $41,425 08 

for premiums on cash system 50,230 Ul 

for interest ! 2,430 99 

for re-insurance on account of lossc s 14,058 84 

for rebate 424 36 

extra premiums, transfer fees, etc 497 42 

amount withdrawn from savings bank 11,000 00 

travelling expenses refunded 318 40 

contra accounts 1 1,25 1 ♦•O 

investments withheld 1,100 00 

loss refunded 133 32 

borrowed money 4,000 00 

sundries 16 80 

from sale investments (not extended) $12,950 00 



Total K ceipU $136,886 82 

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Expenditure. 



Caah paid for commission to agents 

" law costs 

" investigation and adjustment of daims . . . . 

'* statutory assessment and license 

" rent and taxes 

^* salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

'' printing, stationery and advertising 

" travelling expenses and inspection of risks 

" postage and telegrams 

" fuel and light 

" interest 

'* other expenses 



Total expenses of management 

Cub pfldd for losses which occurred in 1895 $63,027 91 

" prior to 1895 5,124 64 

** re-insurance premiums 9,626 40 

rebate 6,075 75 

repayment of loan 4,000 00 

" contra accounts 11,024 11 

savingsbank 10.125 76 

investments (not extended) (18,100 00 



eio,848 


4S 


1,034 


22 


981 


70 


197 


91 


214 75 


. 5,264 


60 


989 


30 


652 


15 


826 


95 


48 


95 


60 


49 


287 


89 


$26,407 


34 


■ $68,162 55 



39,852 02 



Total expenditure $134,411 91 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by policie* in force SUt December^ 1896, 



System. 


One year or leas. 


Three years. 


Total 


Mutual 


$ c. 


$ c. 
4,930,283 00 

4,942,311 00 


$ c. 
4,930,288 00 

6,671.852 00 


Cash .. 


1,729.641 00 






Total ... 


1,729,641 00 


9,872,594 00 

524,339 00 
177.429 00 


11,602,135 00 
524,380 00 


MotDal... 


Be-inmrance, 


Cad, 


268,221 00 


445,660 00 






Total . . . 


268,221 00 


701,768 00 
9,170,826 00 


969,989 00 




i by Company, Slat Decfimber, 1895 . . 


J^etriaks Carrie, 


1,461.820 00 


10,632,146 00 



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A. 1897 



MOVEMENT I^ RISKS. 



MtUual Syztem, 

PoUoies in force Slab December, 1894 

" new and renewed during 1895 . 

•OroBB number during 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual system, 31at December, 1895 

Cash System. 

Policies in force Slst December, 1894 ..... 

** taken during 1896 

Gross number during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on cash system, Slst December, 1895. . 



Number. 



3,222 
1.481 



4,703 
1,199 



3,504 



6.097 
4.120 



9.217 
2.711 



6,506 



Amount 



4,448.812 00 
2.047,481 00 



6.491,293 00 
1,661,0.0 00 



4,930,283 00 



5,042 891 00 
4,697»828 00 

9,640.722 00 
2,968,870 00 



6,671,852 00 



BU3INBS3 TRANSACTED B? COMPANY : 
General Fire Insuranca 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On PoliHet in force Sltt December, 1896, 



Thred year risks. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 

Amount of residue premium notes given for re-insurance 

B 54 



$ c. 

218,491 60 

142,330 32 
89,986 78 
16,427 16 



Total 

$ c- 

218,491 60 

142.8S0 32 
89,986 T« 
16,427 16 



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WATERLOO MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

HEAD OFFICB, WATERLOO. 

Commenced biAsinees 7th March, 1863. 



President — Geo. Randall. | Secretary — C. M. Taylor. 

Unassessed premiam not^ capital, $244,653.91. 

Deposited with Government of Ontario, $14,500 par value. 



ABSBTg. 



Cash vtAjxe of real estate, less encumbrances $15,124 23 

" 'mortgages 50,200 00 

'' shares, bonds, debentures and securities 18,000 00 

Cash on deposit to the Company's credit, not drawn against in 

theMolson's Bank, Waterloo $2,346 14 

Osshonhand athead office 2,337 03 

4,683 17 

Cash in agents' hands, acknowledged by them to be due, and considered 

good 8,588 59 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 1,739 54 

*' of short date notes or due bills, less than one year overdue 3,086 35 

** of premium notes in force, after deductini; all pay- 
ments thereon and assessments levied $244,653 91 

I^fls residue of premium notes given for re-insurance 31,697 30 

212,956 61 

Office furniture and Goad's plans (not extended) . . . .$3,891.05 

Amount of all other assets 3,218 07 

Total assets $317,596 56 

Liabilities. 

Amount of losses supposed or reported $3,197 94 

" '' resisted : 3,300 00 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding risks taken on cash system, 
being 50 per cent, of gross premiums on all cash system policies in 

force at 31st December, 1895 84,370 21 

Borrowed money 20,000 00 

Total liabilities $110,868 15 

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Rbvenub. 

Oash at head office as per laat statement (not extended) $1,395 89 

Cash received — borrowed money $20,000 00 

as first payments, being part payment of premium notes 31,898 06 

for assessments of 1895 52,863 26 

" years prior to 1895 818 49 

premiums on cash system 11 2,073 55 

for interest 4,653 90 

transfer fees and additional premiums, etc 1,227 74 

rent 811 00 

re-insurance .... '. . . . 6,743 63 

Molsons Bank items charged back 4,632 25 



Total reoeipte $235.721 88 

EXPKKDITUBB. 

Bxpemea of Management : ' 

Amount paid for commission to agents, including bonus $33,873 37 

" law costs 

" fuel and light 

*< inyestigation and adjustment of claims 

" statutory assessment, license, etc 

*' printing, stationery and advertising 

'' taxes and rent 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

" postage, telegrams and express 

*• other expenses 

" interest 

Total expenses of management $51,654 32 

Miecella/neoue Payments : 

Oash paid for losses which occurred before 1895 $7,376 07 

during 1895 150,024 42 

$157,400 49 

Cash paid for re-insurance $12,258 61 

" rebate, abatement and returned premiums. 12,079 88 

$24,338 49 



1,641 02 


211 42 


2,025 ,80 


409 74 


1,300 28 


331 75 


8,723 87 


1,498 16 


1,043 25 


595 66 



Total expenditure $233,393 30 

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CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Policies in force SUt December, 1896, 



System. 


One year or less. 


Three yean. 


ToUl. 


MntnM ... 


$ c. 


1 c 

6,634,266 00 
14,418,029 00 


1 c. 

6,534,266 00 


Cash 


3,299,444 00 


17,717,473 00 






Total 


3,299,444 00 


20,962,244 00 

714,396 00 
267,008 00 


24,251,688 00 


Re-intured. 
Mntoal 


714,396 00 


Caah 


167,969 00 


414,967 00 






Total 


167,969 00 


971,404 00 


1,129,.S63 00 






Net riaka cftrried by Company Slst Deo., 1896 


8,141,486 00 


19,980,840 00 


23,122,326 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 



System of insnranoe. 


Namber. 


Amoant. 


Mu^al Syttem. 
Policies in force Slat December, 1894 


8,994 
1.879 


$ c 

6,880,043 00 
2,709,262 00 


Policies new and renewed daring 1895 




Oross number daring 1895 

I<ee8 expired and cancelled in 1896 


6.873 
1,445 


8,689,305 00 
2,065,090 00 


Net risks in force on mataal system 31st December, 1896 

Cash System. 
Polides in force Slst December, 1894 


4,428 

16,885 
9,815 


6,584,215 00 

15,692,184 00 
10,346,164 00 


Policies new and renewed daring 1896 


Gross number daring 1896 


25,700 
7,607 


25,637,338 00 
7,919,865 00 






Net risks in force on cash system 31st December, 1896 


18,093 


17.717.473 00 







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A. 1897 



BUSINESS TRAlNS ACTED: 



General Fire Insurance. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 



On Polieiea in force Slat Deoember, 1896, 





Three year risks. 


Total. 


Amonnt of face of all premium notes held by Oomuany, and legally 
liable to asBessment 


1 c. 

471»219 45 

244,663 91 
159,604 86 

31,697 30 


1 c. 

471,219 45 


Amount of premium noten, after deducting all payments thereon and 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 * . . . 

Ee-inauranee, 
Residue of premium notes given by the Company for re-insurance 


244,663 91 
159,504 86 

81,697 SO 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 

THE WELLINGTON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, QUBLPH. 

Commenced business^ September, 1840. 

President — Jambb Goldir. | Secretary — Chablbs Davidson. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $113,474.96; 
Deposited in the Provincial Treaaury, $14,000.00. 

Assets. 

Cash value of securities held by Company $14,000 00 

Cash on hand at head office $1,276 80 

Cash on deposit to Company's credit in Bank of Commerce, 

Gudph 2,393 51 

^ 3,670 31 

Cash in agents' hand, acknowledged by them to be due, and considered 

good 1,018 60 

Amount unpaid of assessments of 1895 926 12 

Amount unpaid in prior years (not extended) $152 83 

Amount unpaid due bills less than one year overdue 159 85 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all pay- 
ments theieon and assessments levied $113,474 96 

Less amount given for re-i^surance 3,850 31 

109,624 65 

Amount due for re-insurance , .' 750 00 

Amount office furniture, Goad's plans, etc (not extended) .... $1,927 75 

Total assets $130,149 5^ 

Liabilities. - 

Amount of losses supposed $2,000 00 

Adjusted 3,715 96 

Amount required to re-insure all outstanding risks taken on cash system, 
being 50 per cent, of gross premiums on all cash system policies in 

force at 31st December, 1895 16,493 26 

Amount of borrowed money 14,000 00 

Total liabilities $36,209 2 2 

Reoeipts. 

Oaah at head office, as per last statement (not extended) .... $5,653 07 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes • . . $10,845 56 

" assessments of 1895 20,486 54 

*« " prior years 328 39 

" premiums on cash system 25,162 55 

" for interest 669 16 

" for rent 100 00 

<* for carpenters' risks and fees 91 58 

*' other sources, agents' balances, 1894 ' * 976 74 

" re-insurance on losses 1,034 89 

*' rebate, transfer fees 191 48 

" bills receivable 177 64 

Cash borrowed 14,000 00 

Total receipts $74 ,064 53 

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EXPBNDITURK. 

Expense* of management : 

Amount paid for ccmmiEsion to agents (including bonuses) S9,&65 62 

« fuel and light 15 59 

*' inyestigation or adjustment of claims ^ 284 71 

*' statutory aFsesament and license .*.... 123 52 

" printing, stationery and advertising 551 50 

" rent and taxes 322 75 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 5,695 82 

** travelling expenses 28 77 

'* postage, telegrams and express 888 13 

" law costs 588 47 

" expenses, Company's inspector 469 00 

" interest 474 95 

Total expenses of management 19,008 83 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $52,208 48 

" " " prior to 1895 315 00 

$52,523 48 

•• re-insnrance 1,605 66 

" rebate 2,617 27 

« Goad's plana 292 05 

Total expenditure $76,047 29 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered bp Policies in force Slst Deeetnher,ll896 . 



System. 


One year or less. 


Three years. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ 0. 


1 c. 

2,621.636 88 
2,042,074 76 


$ c. 

2.521,696 38 


OmH -..- - 


1,089,664 64 


3,181.689 29 






Total at risk 


1,089.664 64 


4.668.711 08 
64,761 66 


6,653,275 62 


Re-insured mutual system 


64.761 66 


" cash system. , 


67.669 97 


67,669 97 






Total re- insurance 


67,669,97 


64.761 66 


122.811 68 






Net rifks at Slst December, 1895 


1.082.004 67 


4,498,969 42 


6.680.963 99 



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A. 1897 



MOVEMENT OF RISKS. 



Mutual System. 

Policies in foroe Slat Deoemberi 1894 

" new and renewed during 1896 

Oron number during 1896 

I«e88 expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net risks in force on mntnal system, dlst December, ,1896. 

Oa$h System, 



Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

" taken during 1896 

Omsa number during 1895 

liees expired and cancelled in 1895 

^et risks in force on cash system, Slst December, 1896 



2,790 
1.701 



5,491 
1,141 



8,869 



Number. 


Amount. 


$ 0. 


$ c. 


2,115 


2,e81.727 33 


674 


828,178 67 


2.789 


S,509,9G6 00 


792 


988,269 67 


1.997 


2,521,636 88 



2,601,898 ^ 
1,688,586 S2 



4,290,484 24 
1,158,844 96 



8,131,639 29 



BUSINESS TRAJNTSACTED BY COMPANY: 
Qeneral Fire Insurance. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDBaTAKI.VQS 
On policies in force Slst December, 1896, 



Three year risks. 



^T^nt of face of all premium notes held by Oompany, and legally 
^^%ble to assessment 

^^nt of all premium notes, "after deducting all payments thereon 
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^tint of premium notes received during the year 1893 

^^Hmt of residue premium notes given for re-insurance 

B 61 



173,386 22 

113,474 96 

56,941 06 

3,860 31 



TotaL 



$ c. 

173.385 22 

113,474 96 

56,941 06 

3,850 31 



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STRICTLY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 



YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1895. 



NoTK.— To ayoid delay in {rablioation, the oomfMUiieg oompriiiMl in this class are not arranired in 
*lpbabeucal order ; but the acatement of any company can be leadily fonud by referring to the Index- 
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STRICTLY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



NoTi.— To avoid delay in pablicatioo, the cnmpanies oompriaed in this olaM are not arranged in alpha- 
betical order ; but the statement of any oompjmy can ba readily found by referring to the Xndez- 
Kegiiiter at the end of the volume. 



NORTH DUMFRIES AND SOUTH WATERLOO FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 

DEAD OFFIOB, OALT. 

Commenced buHness 15lh May^ 1856. 



President^Jvo, W. Martin. | Secretary — Wm. Deans. 

Unassessed premium note capital, ^15 2, 783. 90. 



Assets. 



Cash in Bank of Commerce, Gait $ 84 49 

Amouot unpaid of a^seesments levied during 1895 591 GO 

** of atjsessmeuts levied before 1895 (nob extended) $61.64 

" ot premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 152,783 90 

Total assets $153 459 99 

LlABILITIKB 

Amonnt of loans unpaid $2,000 00 

" due Treasurer 150 10 

Total liabilities $2,150 10 

Rkceipts . 

Oash at head office, per last year's statement (not extended) $527.87 

Membership fees , $593 50 

Ciifrh received for afsessments levied in 1895 10,271 26 

'* received for assessments levied years prior to 1895 299 67 

" borrowed 8,600 00 

*' riceived, cancelled policies 156 37 

" transfer fees, etc 10 00 

''rent • 15 00 

** reuined premiums 32 00 

'* inierest 5 25 

Total receipts $19,983 05 

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EXPBNDITUBB. 

ExpenMB of Management : 

Amount paid for statutory asseBSment and lioenae fee . . . 

" printing, atationery and advertising . . . 

*' rent and taxes 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees . 

'' postage, telegrams and express 

" investigation and adjustment of claims 

'' interest 

" fuel and light 



• 71 7» 


69 70 


53 76 


1,284 79 


58 20 


40 10 


216 85 


1 40 



Total expenses cf management ' 

Afieeellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for lueses that occurred during 1895 811,184 40 

" •* prior to 1895 770 00 



repayment of loan . 
sundries 



Total expenditure 

OURRBNOY OF RISKS, 
Amount covered by Polieiei in force SUt Deeemberf 1896, 



$1,796 5a 



11,964 4a 

6,600 00 

75 45 

$20,426 4a 



System. 


Four yean. 


Total. 


Motnil..:. 


S 0. 
8.829,7^ 00 


S c 
a,S29J40 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



Policies in force SUt December, 1894 

Policies taken during 1895 « 

GroBK number and amount at any time during 1895 
Deduot expired and cancelled m 1896 

Net riaks in force Slst December, 1^95 



Number. 



1,681 
581 



2,262 
56 



1,686 



Amount. 



t a 
3,773.296 00 
1,309,990 00 



5,0^3 286 00 
1,253,616 00 



3,829.740 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
All non-hazjirdous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Polieies in force SUt December, 1895.^ 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assefiBment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting aU payments thereon, 
and assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 



Four year risks, 



$ 0. 

169,487 60 

152.783 90 
57,890 00 



Total. 



t c. 
169.487 60 

152.781 1» 
67.390 00 



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ELMA FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFIOB ATWOOD. 

Commenced biuineM 22nd Mareh^ 1884. 



Prutdenl — W. Shbabbr. Secretary ^Robt. Clblavd 

Unaeaesaed premium note oapital, $72,480.00. 



ASSBTS. 



Amonnt of cash on haod $ 200 47 

" unpaid of assessments levied in 1895 31 4 55 

« " " prior to 1895 27 69 

" of premium notes in foroe, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 72,480 00 



' Total assets $73,022 61 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Oash on hand as per last statement (not extended) $838 38 

Gash received for assessments levied in 1895 $2,667 50 

*' assessments levied in years prior to 1895 160 81 

" borrowed money 2,200 00 

Total receipts $5.02 8 31 

ExPENDirURB. 

Expenses of ManagemerU : 



Amount paid for travelling expenses 

" statutory assessment and license 

" printing and stationery 

" salaries 

" postage, etc 

•* rent 

" adjusting expenses 

** interest 



Total expenses of management 

Amount paid for losses which occurred during 1895 . 
" in repayment of loan , 



$ 2 


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29 


41 


56 


25 


169 00 


16 


33 


6 


76 


24 


60 


60 


16 


1 364 40 


3,101 


82 


2,200 00 


$5 666 23 



ToUl expenditure $5 666 23 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISES. 
Amount covered by Policies in force Sltt December, 1895. 



System. 


Four years 


TotaL 


Mutual 


t 0. 

1,633,805 00 


$ a 

1,63S.605 00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual SytUm. 



Policies in f ^rce Slat December, 1894 

PolicieB taken during 1805 

GroBB number in force on mntnal system 3lBt December 1895 
Lees expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net rialu in force Slst December, 1895 



Number. 



929 
£58 



1.287 
279 



1,008 



Amount. 



l,S7a9*"'0 00 
569,975 00 



1,94P.955 00 
415,450 00 



1,533,506 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non- hazardous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policie* in force Sltt December ^ 1896, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to asiiessment 

Amonnt of all premium notes, after deducting aU payments therron 
and a<«Aesimencs levied 

Amount of premium notes reoeiTed during the year 1895 

B 74 



Four year risks. 



76.675 00 

72,480 CO 
28,498 00 



Total 



76,676 00 

72,4^0 00 
28,498 00 



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SIMOOE COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICE, KBBNANSYILLB. 

Commenced husinass Xst June, 1878. 



Presid&ni — Gbo. C. Morbow. | Secretary — Gbo. K. Kbogh. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $18,879.30. 



ASSBTS. 

Amoant unpaid Jof^assesaments of 1895 $765 05 

" " prior to 1895 90 90 

" of premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and assess- 

ments levied 18,879 30 



Total assets JH9,735 25 

Liabilities. 

Amount of adjusted loss .... $1,284 00 

" promissory note 1,494 47 

Totol liabUities $2,778 47 

Receipts. 

Cash on hand Sist December, 1894 (not extended) $42 71 

Cash received at taking of application $ 100 50 

" for assessments levied in 1895 2,61 7 10 

" " years prior to 1895 266 05 

" borrowed money ^ . . . 2,893 60 

" interest 1 10 

" from other sources 3 30 



Total receipts $5 .781 65 

EXPBNDITUBB. 

Expenaes of management : 

Amount paid for travelling expenses $ 2 00 

*' commission to agents 

'* investigation and adjustment of claims 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees . . 

*' statutory assessment 

'^ printing, stationery, advertising 

" interest . ^ 

'* postage 

" other expenses 

Total expenses of management $51 1 08 

MUcsUaueous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $3,51 5 50 

« " " prior to 1895 300 00 

3,815 50 

Repayment of loan 1,500 00 

Total expenditure $5,826 58 

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60 


36 00 


244 


15 


15 73 


20 00 


51 


13 


28 90 


11 


67 



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CURRBNCY or RISKS. 
AwMunt cotertd b% Poiieiet in force Sltt Deetmber, 1896, 



System. 


Three year 


Totol 


Hvtnal 


$ a 
047,927 00 


647,927 CO 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Syttem. 





Number. 


Amount. 


Policies in force 81 Bt December, 1894 


468 
179 


$ 0. 

606,113 00 


" taken during 1895, new and renewed 


285,092 00 




Gross number and amount of rieks during 1895 


647 
189 


841,204 00 
193,277 00 


Less expired and cancelled in 1895 


Net risks in force 81 st December, 1895 


508 


647.927 00 





OLASSIFIOATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non- hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDKRTAKINGS 
On Polieies in force Slat December ^ 1896. 



• 


Three year risks. 


Total 


Amount of face of all premium notes beld by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 


0. 

22,680 17 

18,879 aO 
8,228 45 


22,680 17 
18,879 90 


Amrunt of all freirium noten, after deducting all paymrats thereon and 
avsestmentM levied '. 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 


8»228 45 







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NORTH BLENHEIM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE OOMPANY. 

HBAD OFFIOK, CHKSTKBFIELD. 

Commmtfied bunneat Ibth Augusf^ 1861. 

President — ^Thomas Lockhart. | Secretary — Qbobob Miodlbxas. 

Unasaetted premiain note capital, $68,829.95. 

A88BT8. 

Amount o! cash in Bank of Commerce, Woodstock $1 224 70 

A^monnt of premium notea in force, after deducting all payments therfon 

and aaseaaments levied 68,829 95 

Amount unpaid of assessments of 1895 171 47 

•• •' prior years * 8 10, 

Total assets $70,234 22 

Liabilities — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $499 . 94 

Cash received for assessments levied during 1895 $1,975 65 

«• " of prior years 71 70 

" for interest 9 03 

" borrowed money . . . . : 550 00 

Total receipts $2 606 38 

EZPENDITUBB. 

Expemei of managemerU : 

Amount paid for interest $8 25 

" law cofcts 1 00 

" printing, stationery and advertising 26 00 

" travelling expenses 3 00 

'* salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 83 80 

" rent and taxes 6 50 

<< postage, telegrams and express 10 68 

" statutory assessment 28 92 

" sundries 6 07 

Total expenses of management $ 174 22 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 1,157 40 

'* in repayment of loans .* 550 00 

Total expenditure $L881 62 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Policiet in foree Sltt December^ 1895, 



System. 


Four years. 


ToUl. 


Jintoal 


$ c. 
1,451,160 00 


$ c 
1,461,UK> 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Sytkm, 



Policies in force 31st December, 1894 

" new and renewed dnring^ 1896 

Gross number dnriog 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in foice on mutual system 81st December, 1835 

CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS 
Farm property erclusively. 




Amount. 

$ e. 

1,861,660 00 
672 C60 to 

1,923,700 00 
472,660 00 

1,461,150 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force SlU December^ 1896. 





Four year risks. 


Total. 




AmotiDt of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally 
liable to assessment 


$ a 

72,667;,60 

68,829 96 
28,602 50 


$ c 

72,657 to 

68,829 96 
38,602 GO 


Amount of prf miom notes, after deducting ^11 payments theieon and 
ass€ semt nts levitd » 


Amount of prf mium notes received during the year 1895 





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HOPEWELL CREEK MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFIOB, NEW OBBMANT. 

Commenced business Zrd March ^ 1880. 



Presidenl — Wm. I. Mulloy. | Secretary-- Antov Frakk. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $30,608.26. 



Assets. 



Amoant unpaid of assessments levied in 1895 787 50 

" " '* prior to 1895 130 32 

'* of premium ^otes in force, after deducting all payments thereon and 

assessments levied 30,608 26 

Total assets 83L526 08 

Liabilities. 

Amount of promissory note 375 00 

•* " other liabUities 69 13 

Totol liabilities S444 13 

Receipts. 

Oaeh on hand 31st December, 1894 70 6 

Oaah received for assessments levied in 1895 2,604 58 

" assessments levied in years prior to 1895 474 14 

" borrowed money 1,256 00 

" interest 3 17 

Total receipts 84,337 89 

Expenditure. 
^^Bpenses of management : 

Amount paid for investigation and adjustment of claims 15 80 

" printing, etc 61 60 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 264 37 

" statutory assessment 25 97 

" postage, etc 29 00 

" interest 31 94 

" law costs 14 66 

" other expenses 34 05 

Expenses of management 8477 29 

^isceUaneaus payments : 

Clash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 2,718 00 

" for repayment of loans 1, 1 49 66 

Total expenditure 84,344 95 

B 79 ~ 



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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by PoUeieein force SUt December ^ 1896. 





System. 


Four yean. 


Total. 


Mutual 


748,689 00 


$ 0. 

743.689 00 








MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Spstem. 







PolicieB in force SUt December, 1894 . 
" new and renewed during 1895 

Gross number during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net riski in force Slst December, 1895 




743,689 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardouB. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force SUi Dee^mber^ 1396, 



iFoor year ritks. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
asaessments levied 

Amonnt of premium notes received during the year 1893 

~ B 80 



t a 

38,769 20 

30^688 26 
6,203 OC 



Total. 



I e. 

38^769 90 

30,606 96 
6.903 OO 



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WEST WAWANOSH MQTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICE, DUNOANNON. 

Commenced business IWt. May, 1879. 

President — Chas. Girvin. | Secretary — J. M. Roberts. 

Unaasefiaed premium note capital, $114,913 '^.b. 



Abskts. 



Actual cash on hand at head office $ 219 41 

" in Bank of Hamilton, Luoknow 1,600 00 

$1,819 41 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 645 66 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 11 4,913 25 

Total assets $117,378 32 

LiABiLiTiBS. — None. 

Rbcbipts. 

Oaah at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $423.17 

Oash received for assessments levied in 1895 $6,007 24 

" " *« " before 1896 284 80 

" borrowed money 2,100 00 

" transfer fees and special assessment 147 51 

Total receipts $8,639 55 

EXPBNDITORB. 

Expenses of managemerU : 

Amount paid for statutory assessment and license $55 44 

** printing, stationery and advertising 68 43 

*' salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 600 00 

'* postage, telegrams and express 74 31 

" travelling expenses 66 00 

<< investigation 'of claims 54 25 

" interest 72 41 

" other expenses 23 45 

Total expenses of management $1,014 2d 

^uceUaneofAs payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 4,019 94 

" riebate 9 08 

" repayment of loan 2,100 00 

Total expenditure $7,143 31 

6 IN. B 81 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Polieies in force SItt Deeemhfr, 1896, 



System. 


Four yean. 

$ c 
8,811,270 00 


Total. 


Mutual 

_. •— 


t c 
3,311,370 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Systefii. 



Number. 



Policiei in force 3lBt December, 1894 

" aew and renewed during 1896 

6ro)^s number during 181)5 1 

Less expired and oancelled in 1895 j 

Net risks in force on mutual system, Slst December, 1895 , 

I 

CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



2,858 
430 



2,788 

189 

2,644 



Amount. 



t c 
2.860,020 00 

461,260 00 
8,811,270 00 

146,876 00 
3,164,895 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDEaTAKIVGS 
On Policies in force Slst December, 1895. 



Four year risks. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assensment 



Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessments levied 



Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 



$ c. 

120,595 80 

111,918 55 
18,430 00 



B 82 



Total. 



$ c. 

126,596 80 

114.913 25 
18,450 00 



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THE USBORNE AND HIBBERT MUTUAL FIRE INSURAlNOE COMPANY. 



HEAD OFFICB, FARQUHilB 



Cammfinced business 24/A June^ 1876. 



President — John Esbert. Secretary — Thomas Oambbon. 

Unaaaessed premium note capital, (81,594.85 



A88BT8. 



Cash OQ hand at head office ; |268 95 

Amount unpaid of asaesiments levied during 1895 222 69 

Amount unpaid of aaseasments levied in prior years (not extended) $328 32 
Amount of premium notes in foioe, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 81,594 85 

Total assets 82,086 49 

Liabilities. 

Amount of adjusted losses 2,050 00 

Total liabilities S2,050 00 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $1,949 91 

Cash received for assessments levied in 1895 $7,028 00 

Cash received for assessments levied before 1895 1,493 93 

Oash borrowed 3,980 00 

Cash received for interest 39 01 

Cash received for refund of law costs 1,400 00 

Total receipts $13,940 94 

B83 --— 



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A. 1897 



EXPKNDITURE. 

Exfjenses of rnanagement : 

Amount paid for law coats $554 57 

'^ ** inveatigatiou of claims 42 00 

«• interest 126 26 

'* statutory assessment and license 65 77 

*' printing, stationery and advertising 82 38 

** salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 403 65 

" travelling expenses 23 10 

" postage, telegrams and express 78 72 

" rent and taxes 25 00 

*' other expenses 1 25 

Expenses of management 11,402 72 

MiaMllanetnu payments : 

Amount paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $6,085 00 

" " ** prior to 1895.... $3,143 66 

9,228 66 

refund of assessment 10 5'2 

Amount of loan repaid 3,980 00 

** paid into Oonrt 1,000 00 

Total expenditure $15,621 90 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 



Amount covered by PoUeirs in force Slit Decen^ber, 1896. 



System. 


Four yean. 


Tot^l. 


^£utu»l 


$ c. 
8,518,516 00 


8,618,515 00 



B84 



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A. 1897 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System. 



■ 


Number. 


Amount. 


• 


Policies in force Slst December, 1894 


2,147 
227 


$ c. 
S, 438,380 00 


*' r%^w and renewed during 1896 


300,686 00 






Oroca number durinsr 1895 


2,374 
166 


8» 734,016 00 


Lew expired and cancelled in 1896 


216.600 00 






Net risks in force on mutual ayetem Slst December, 1895 


' 2,218 


8,518,615 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst December ^ 1896. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and assessments 
levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1896 



Total. 



$ c. 

106,162 76 

81,694 85 
8,978 03 



B 85 



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MoKILLOP MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OPPICB, LOT 17, OON. 5, m'KILLOP. 

Commenced business 20th May, 187C. 



President — Donaxd Ross. | Secretary — W. J. Shaknom. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $77,129.25. 

Assets, 

Cash at head offioe, Seaforth $ 64 25 

" Bank of Commerce, Seaforth 637 10 

$701 35 

Amoant unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 461 30 

" " " prior to 1895 (not extended). $137 70 

'* of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 77,129 25 

'' safe and letter press (not extended) $100 00 

Totalassets $78,291 90 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Amount of cash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $279.90 

Cash received for assessments levied in 1895 .... $7,077 25 

" " years prior to 1895 326 15 

•* transfer fees, etc 11 50 

" borrowed money 2,400 00 

" other sources I 00 

Total receipts $9,815 90 

Expenditure. ^ 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for postage, etc $33 25 

" commission 34 75 

'* investigation of claims 30 15 

*' statutory assessment and license 52 93 

'* printing, stationery and advertising 125 72 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 652 80 

•* interest 134 10 

" rent and taxes 10 00 

" travelling expenses 5 00 

Total expenses of management $1,078 70 

MisceUaneous payments : 

. Cash paid for losses which occurred prior to 1895 $1,038 00 

" " " during 1895 3,877 75 

$4,915 76 

** repayment loans 3,400 00 

Totol expenditure $9,394 45 

B 86 

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HntoAl 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Policies in force 3Ut Decembei', 1895. 



System. 



Four years. 



Total. 



$ c. I $ 0. 

2,748,020 00 2,743,020 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Syttem, 



PolideB in foroe Slot December, 1894 

Polices new and renewed during 18d5 

Gross namber during 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net risks in force on mutual systen 3Ist December, 1895 



Number. 



1,878 
504 



2,382 
461 



1,921 



Amount. 



$ 0. 

2,708,145 00 

682,986 00 



3,391,130 OO 
648,110 00 



2,743,020 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS i 
Farm and non-hazardoas. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force 31 st December^ 1896, 



Four year risks. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments leried 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 



% c. 

96,230 99 

77,129 25 
23,656 61 



Total. 



$ c. 

96,230 99 

77,129 26 
23,656 61 



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PEEL AND MARYBOROUGH MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD aPFICE, DRAYTON. 

Commenced business l&t July, 1887, 

President — James DuLcan. Secretary — Jamas McEwing. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $29,995.77. 

ASSETB. 

Cash on hand at head office $10 76 

Cash at Traders' Bank, Drayton 2,801 66 

$2,812 42 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 288 67 

'« " " prior to 1895 7.. 62 66 

" " short date notes less than one year overdue 58 00 

" of cash in agents' hands 84 00 

" of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 29,995 77 

$33,301 52 
Liabilities — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash on hand and in Traders' Bank as per last statement 

(not extended) $1,918.97 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes .... $1,776 07 

" for assessments levied before 1895 167 82 

" for interest 66 67 

Total receipts $2,010 56 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for agents' commission $104 00 

*' statutory assessment and license fee 21 14 

" printing and advertising 48 00 

'* salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 229 00 

'^ investigation and adjustment of claims 7 00 

" travelling expenses 1 1 00 

" fee Mutual Underwriters* Association 2 00 

« law costs 60 

" postage and stationery 27 75 

Expenses of management $450 49 

MiscellafMous paymanlts : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $597 50 

*' rebate, abatements and returned premiums 69 12 

Total expenditure $1,117 11 

B 88 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount catered hy Policies in force rilst December ^ 18 J5, 



System. 


Throe years. 


ToUI. 


Mutual 


$ c 

1,109.980 00 


S c. 

i,iei),9so 00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System. 



Number. 



Amount. 



Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

" taken during 1895, newand renewed ' 

Gross number and amount in force during 1895 

Deduct expired and cancelled in 1896 ' 

Net risks in force 3l8t December, 1896 i 812 

I 
I 



667 

394 

1061 

249 



I 8 c. 

I 912,170 00 

5.32,530 00 



1,444.700 00 
334,720 00 



1,109,980 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Isolated and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Slst December 1896, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally 
liable to assessment ' 

Amount of aD premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and astesnnemts levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 

B 89 



Three year risk. 



$ c. 

33,634 8^ 

29,995 77 
16,126 10! 



Total. 



$ c. 

' 33,634 85 

29,995 77 
16,126 10 



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DOMINION MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 



HEAD OFFICE, OWEN SOUND. 



Commenced huainesa 29th March, 1877. 



President — J esse Trull. 



Manager — Riohabd J. Doylk. 



Unaasessed premium note capital, (113,481.00. 



Assets. 



Cash value of real estate, leas incumbrances 

*' mortgages 

Actual cash on hand at head office 

Amount of short date notes or due bills less than one jear overdue .... 

" unpaid of assessments levied in 1895 

Amount of premium notes in force^ after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 

Amount due and accrued interest 

** advanced to agents 

*' suits in Division Court (not extended) 458 54 

" office furniture, etc., (not extended) " 390 00 



Liabilities. 



4,760 00 


3,572 00 


744 37 


2,046 51 


1,179 83 


13,481 00 


177 86 


33 39 



$126,984 96 



Amount of claims adjusted 
loss resisted .... 
loss supposed . . 
borrowed money 

salary 

sundry accounts 



Total liabilities . 



B 00 



1,305 00 

887 41 

5 00 

1,620 93 
266 86 
375 98 



$4,461 18 



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Rbceipts. 

Cash at head office at Slst De6., 1894 (not extended) ! $647 39 

Cash recei7ed as first payments, or deposits, being part payment of premium 

notes $16,498 43 

" for assessments levied in 1895 9,717 26 

" for interest 545 35 

** fees and extra risks, etc 116 57 

'* borrowed money 16,820 93 

" investment acooant 2,555 50 

ToUl receipts $46,253 04 

£XP£NDITURB. 

£xpenge9 of Marutgement : 

Amount paid for commission $1,910 21 

" law costs 1,668 53 

<< investigation and adjustment of claims, Coroner's 

inquest and general agency 

" statutory assessment and license, 

'' printing, stationery, advertising and books 

** taxes and insurance 

** salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

" travelling expenses 

'* postage, telegrams, express, etc., etc 

" fuel, light and other expenses 

*' interest, discount and exchange 

Total expenses of management $10,71^ 96 

Mucellaneous payments : 

Oash paid for losses which occurred prior to 1895 $ 1,377 90 

losses which occurred during 1895 14,136 99 

$15,514 89 

re-insurance 123 37 

rebate 386 39 

reward for conviction of arson 200 00 

repayment of loan : 19,200 00 

sundry other payments 17 45 



1,646 


6) 


112 


30 


1,202 


01 


121 


83 


3,004 


39 


71 


30 


578 


59 


189 


24 


208 


95 



Total expenditure •. $46,156 06 

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A 1897 



OURRENOY OF RISKS. 
Ammint covered by Policies in farce SUt December , 1896. 



System. 



Mutual. 



One year or 
less. 



$ c. 

12,366 00 



Two years. 



Three years. 



$ c. 

34,850 00 



$ c. 

290,055 00 



Four yfars. 



$ c. 

5.366,596 00 



Total. 



$ c. 

5,693,866 OG 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual System. 



Number. 



Policies in force Slat December, 1894 

Policies taken duringr 1895 

Gross Dumber in force at any during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force Slst December, 1895 . . . 



Amount. 



4,663 


$ 0. 

6.062,274 00 


1,479 


1,710.686 00 


6,142 


7,772,860 00 


1,617 


2,078,994 00 


4.525 


6,693,866 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Non-hazardoQS. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Polieies in force Slst December^ 1895, 



Amount of face of all premium notes hold 
by Company and legally liable to 
assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after 
deducting all pNsyments thereon and 
assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received dur- 
ing the year 1886 



One year 
risks. 



366 71 

311 41 
481 01 



Two year 
risks. 



$ c. 

1,104 00 

841 23 
714 76 



Three year 
risks. 



$ c. 

17,694 07 

16,369 64 
5,119 86 



Four year 
risks. 



Total. 



159,078 46 ! 178,248 35 



96,968 82 
44,332 68 



118,48100 
50,648 25 



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GRAND RIVER FARMERS* MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICE, YORK. 

Commenced business \bth April^ 1876. 
Prmdent — Oharlbs Walkbe. | Secretary — F. A. Nkllbs. 



Unasseesed premium note capital, 924,738.66. 



Assets. 



Gush on hand at head office $26 97 

Amount of assessments of years prior to 1895 still unpaid 28 41 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting ail payments thereon 

and assessments levied 24,738 66 

Total assets $24,794 04 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office and in bank as per last statement (not extended)2$774 47 

Cash received for assessments levied prior to 1895 $183 20 

for interest 14 09 

" transfer fees 3 60 

ToUl receipts , $200 79 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for statutory assessment and license $21 91 

" printing 31 64 

^' salaries, directors' and auditorb' fees 214 80 

" , postage, etc 6 71 

" other expenses , 2 00 

Total expenses of management $277 06 

Amount of losses during 1895 67 1 23 

Total expenditure $948 29 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OP RISKS. 

Amount covered by Policies in force Slst Deecmher, 1896. 



System. 



Motaal 



Tottk 




MOVEMENT OF RISKS. 
Mutual System, 





Number. 


Amount. 


Polioies in force Slst December, 1894 


577 
242 


$ c 

965,616 00 


* * taken during 1896, new and renewed 


S67,396 00 






Gross number during 1896 .••• 


819 
240 


1,323,011 00 


Deduct exDired and cancelled in 1896 


471,697 00 






Net risks in force at Slst December, 1895 


679 


851,314 00 







CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

()n Policies in force Slst December, 1895-, 



Three years risk ai TotaL 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally liable 
to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
asaeasments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 

B~94 



$ c. 

26,218 62 

24,738 66 
11,434 15 



$ c. 

26,218 62 

24,738 66 
11,434 15 



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LOBO MUTUAL PIRB INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HIAD OFFICE, OOLD8TRBAM. 

Commenced btmnsss 11th Auffust^ 1882. 



Prendent — H. M. Harris. Secretary — Jacob Marsh. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $23,487.31. 



Assets. 



Cash on hand W61 85 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 1 10 70 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 23,487 31 

Amount of interest 5 40 

Total assets 24 J 55 26 

Liabilities. 

Amoont of adjusted loss $889 00 

Total HabUities $889 00 

Rbcbipts. 

Cssh at head office, as per last statement (not extended) . . . $152.89 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes. . . . $386 42 

" for assessments levied 1895 884 67 

' for assessments levied before 1895 123 98 

* interest 4 40 

'* other sources 1 00 

Total receipts $1,400 47 

Expenditure. 

Expenses ot McmagerMut : 

Amount paid for statutory assessment and license fee $16 71 

" printing, stationary and postage 50 25 

" salaries and directors' fees 148 00 

" agents' commission 66 50 

'' investigation and adjustment of claims 38 00 

Total expenses of management §319 46 

CHsh paid for losses which occurred during 1895 665 00 

** rebate 14 70 

'* other expenditure 3 15 

Total expenditure $1 .002 31 

B 95 • — . 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Policies in force Slit DeeembeTf 1895. 



System. 



Three years. 



Mutual 



$ c. 

671,279 00 



Total. 



$ c. 

671,279 00 



MOy£M£NT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 





Number. 


Amount. 




Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

PolicioB new and renewed during 1896 < . . 


456 
143 


661,869 00 
190,855 00 






iirofiis number during 1895 

Less expired hud cancelled in 1895 


599 
138 


851,724 00 
180,445 09 


Jset rii.ks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1895 


461 


671,279 00 



CLASSIFICATION OK RISKS: 
Faim and iiouhdzardoud. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst Decetnbery 1895, 



Three year riAks. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by the Company, and legally 
liable to asaeasment 

.Aioount of ail ureiiiiuiii notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessinenbH levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1H95 

B"96 



$ c. 

26,851 16 

23,487 31 
7,614 20 



Total. 



$ c. 
26,851 16 

23,487 31 
7.614 20 



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OARA.DOO FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, MOUNT BRYDGBS. 

Commenced business 2Sth June^ 1884. 



i*rMirf«n<— Wm. Youno. | Secretary— V^ m E. Sawybr. 

Unaaaeesed premium note capital, $29,073.90 



AbSETS. 



Actual caah on hand at head office $131 14 

in bank 1,332 18 

1,463 32 

Amount of premium oocea in force, after dedaoting all payments thereon 

and asaeasmenta levied 29,073 90 

Amount of unpaid inatalmenta of 1895 .... 36 92 

" " prior to 1895 (not extended), $27.65 

Total aaaeta $30,57 4 14 

Liabilities — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) $1,500.89 

Cash received at taking of application $134 50 

•* aa first payment 332 20 

asaesaments of 1895 1,128 99 

" ** prior yeara s 28 85 

** interest 56 49 

" other sources 4 00 

Total receipts . . . , $1,685 03 

Expenditure. 
£xpen8es of management : 

Cash paid for law costs 17 18 

" to agents for fees 134 50 

" for salaries', directors' and auditors' fees 183 00 

" travelling expenses 6 50 

" statutory assessment and license fee 21 99 

" printing, stationery and advertising 59 00 

*< investigation and adjustment of claims 8 Ov*) 

" postage, etc 15 96 

" other expenses 3 50 

Total expenses of managpment $449 63 

Cash paid for losses which occurred durinz 1895 1,197 50 

rebate 17 03 

«* safe, etc 58 44 

Total expenditure $1,722 60 

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OURRENOY OF RISES. 



AfiumtU covered by PUieies in force SUi December^ 1S96, 



System. 


Two yearB. 


Three years. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ 0. 

700 00 


f. c. 

1,013,027 00 


$ c. 

1.018,727,00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual SffiUm. 



Polioiea in foroe Slst December, 1894 

" taken during 1895, new and renewed. 

GrcMM number during 1896 

Deduct expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net riakB in foroe Slat December, 1895 



Number. 






• . 


673 


946,099 00 


269 


356,974 00 


942 


1,308,003 00 


232 


289,276 00 


710 


1,018,727 00 



Amount. 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and 
legally liaDle to asBeesment 



Amount of all premium notes on policies in force 31i»t 
December, 1895, after deducting all payments thereon, 
and aflBesements levied 



Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895. . 



Two 
year ridk. 



B 98 



$ c. 

21 00 

20 50 

21 00 



Three 
year risks. 



$ c.< 

30,390,^1 

29,053 40 
10,686 12 



Total, 



9 c 
30,411 81 

29,078 90 
10,707 li 



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60 Victoria Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). -A, 1897^ 



LONDON TOWNSHIP MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE OOMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICB, ARVA. 

Commenced business 27th May^ 1882. 



President — Edward Roberts. Secretary/ — Ed. Dawn^ 

Ufiasseflsed premium note capita), $30,773.13. 



Assets. 



Actual cash on hand at head office $ 38 

G»h in Canadian Savings and Loan Company, London 1,641 59 

Cash in Agricaltoral Savings and Loan Company 51161 f 

'- $2,153 58 

Amount unpaid of first payments of 1895 » . . 85 10 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments theieon 

and assessments levied 30,773 13 

Amount of accrued interest , 5 47 

Total assets $33,017 2» 

Liabilities. 

Amount due agent $2 50- 

Total $2 50 ' 

■■ ■ ■ ■■ I ^ 

Receipts, 

Gash on hand at head office (not extended) $2,058 11 

Cash received for first payments of 1895 $2,932 77 

Cash received for assessments levied before 1895 112 05^ 

Cash received for interest '. 105 30 

Oaah received from other sources , 2 32^ 

■i 

Total receipts 3,152 44 

Expenditure 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for commission to agents 158 00 

" statutory assessment and license 24 27 

" printing, stationery and adyertising . . « 58 25* 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 290 25 

" postage 17 40 

" investigation of claim 8 00 

" law costs 7 27 

Total expenses of management 563 44 

Cash paid for losses during 1895 2,435 77 

Cash paid for rebate 57 76 

Total expenditure ' 3.056 97 

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A. 1897 



CURRENO? OF BISKS. 
AmaurU covered bp Policies in force Slst December^ 1895. 



System. 


Three yean. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ c. 

1,194,016 00 


1,194.016 00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



Policies in ford* Slst December 1894. . , 
Policies new and rentiWrd during 1895 



Grof 8 piinibpr during 'R95 

L«'Bii expiitd or caLCtlUd iu 1895 



Ntt risks in force Slst Derember, 1895 . 



Number. 



797 
821 



1,118 
250 



Amount 



1,OS8,520 00 
434,625 00 



1,523.015 00 
829,OJ9 0(]L 



1,194.016 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardous. 

PRBiilUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Slst December, 1895, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
lialle toawesiment 



Amount of all pr«»niium notep, after deducting all payments thereon and 
a^esBiuents levied 



Three year risks. 



Amount of premium notes received during the year 189 ). 



^ c. 

3\968 85 

30.773 13 
13,124 80 



Total. 

35,968 85 

30.778 18 
13,124 80 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 



VICTORIA MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPA"N!ir. 

HEAD OFFICE, HAMILTON. 

Commenced Jmainess November ^ 1863. 



President — Geo. H. MiLLa | Secretary — ^. R. Stuart. 

Unassessed premium note capital, ^5*2,738.76. « 



Assets. 



Caah on hand at head office $39 86 

" ^ in bank * 238 57 

$ 278 43 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 1 2G0 10 

*' " before 1895 (not extended) $.359 64 

" of short date notes or due bills less than one year overdue 608 75 

" " " ** one year or more overdue (not 

extended) ; %'1^1 56 

** of premium notes in force, after deducting all p«ympnts thereon 

and Msessments levied 52 738 76 

** office furniture (not extended) $100 00 



Total assets $54 ^^S^, 04 



Liabilities. 

Agency $115 39 

Deposit for future assessments, etc 08 02 



Total liabilities $213 41 

Receipts. 

Cash at head c ffice as per last statement (not extended) $24 . 78 

*^ as Brst payments, being part payment of premium notes $ 19181 

** received for 2nd and 3rd instalments 4,037 40 

" bills receivable 1,792 97 

" " carpenters' risks and transfer fees, agencies, etc 8 50 

" " deposit for future apsessments 35 23 

Total receipts 86 065 9 4 

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A. 1897 



£XP£NDITURE. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid fcr commiBsion ( 650 1 4 

" investigation and adjustment of claims- 16 50 

" printing, stationery and advertising 270 85 

'* rent and taxes 386 01 

'* salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 2^857 96 

" postage, telegrams and express 49 58 

« ^ fuel and light 40 30 

*' statutory assessment and license fee 28 63 

** other expenses 1 29 83 

Total expenses of management $4,439 30 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Oash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 j|l,346 75 

rebate ^ 26 24 

Total expenditure $5, 812 29 

CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
AmoutU covered by Policies in force Slat December^ •1895. 






Three yean. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ c. 

1.889,777 00 


1,889,777 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Syftem. 



Policies in force 8l8t December, 1891 

Policies new and renewed daring 1895 

Gross number during 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

^et risks in force on mutual system 81st December, 1895 

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Number. 


Amount. 






$ c 




1,090 


1,884,973 00 




861 


467,720 00 








1,461 


1,802,693 00 




855 


462,916 00 


895 


1,096 


1,839,777 00 







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A, 1897 



OLASSIFIOATION OF RISKS : 



General Fire Insurance. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 



On PoUeiet in force SUt December, 1895, 



Amopnt of face of all premium notei held by the Company, and legally 
liable to asBeasment 



Amoant of all premium notee, after deducting all payments thereon and 
^1 levied 



Amoant of premium notes received during the year 1895 



Three fears. 


ToUl. 


$ 0. 


$ c. 


65,914 54 


65,914 54 


52,738 76 


52,738 76 


22,843 12 


21,843 12 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 j 

HOWARD FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICS, RIDGETOWN. 

Commenced business iih Aprils 1892. 

PreiiderU — James Sbrson. | Secretary— K D. Mitton, Bidgetown. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $30^1 23.54. 

Assets. 

Actual cash on hand at head office $90 09 

Cash in Traders' Bank, Ridgetown 2,107 7 1 

$2,197 80 

•* pgents' hands 190 50 

Amount of instalments in 1895 52 60 

" premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 30,123 54 

Total assets $32 , 564 4 4 

Liabilities — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash received as first payments $2,134 05 

»* interest ' 66 43 

Total receipts $2.200 48 

Expenditure. 

Cash paid for salaries and directors' fees $183 50 

" statutory assessment and license fee 20 26 

*' . fuel and light 2 00 

** printing, stationery and advertising 38 75 

" postage, telegrams and express 25 34 

" investigation of claims 21 00 

Total expenses of management $290 85 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses of 1895 $1,349 92 

" refund on cancelled policif s 32 90 

" sundries 7 25 

Total expenditure $1.680 92 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS, 
Amount covered by Polieiet in force SUt December^ Ib95, 



System. 


Three years. 


Total. 


Mntuid 


$ 0. 

• 1,130.775 00 


$ c. 

1.180,775 00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Sytiem, 



Number. 



Policies in force 31 st December, 1894 
" new and renewed daring^ 1895 

Grra* number darinjf 1895 

L(S4 exjiired and cancelled in 1895 

Net ri^ks ID force SIst Dec., 1895. . . . 



667 
399 



1,056 
212 



864 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



Amount. 



$ c 

862,075 OO 

538,825 00 



1,395.910 CO 
265,125 00 



1, ISO, 775 OO 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On PolieicB in force Slat December 1895, 





Three year risks. 


Total. 




Amonnt of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
littUle to aiset-sment 

Ain^inn*^ of All pr*>mmm notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and a98C s nieu^tf levied 


$ c. 

83,923 25 

30,123 54 
16,014 75 


$ c. 

33,923 25 

30,123 54 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1896 


16.014 75 





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60 Victoria Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 



KENT AND ESSEX FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, RODNEY. 

Commenced bueinesa 21th July, 1888. 



President — David H. Brown. | Secretary-^TnoB. 0. Rbnwick. 

Unassessed premiam note capital, )1 6,590. 74. 



A8SBT8. 



Oaah on hand at head office and in bank $ 200 34 

Amonnt of preminm notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 16,590 74 

'* due bills less than one year overdue 90 27 

" other assets 16 67 



Total assets S 16.898 02 



Liabilities. 

Amount of salaries due $ 50 00 

** retained balance of premium Dotes 62 64 



Total . 



Receipts. 

Cash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $148.14 

Oaah received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes 

" assessments of years prior to 1895 

" for interest 

" from other sources 

Total receipts $ 1 200 6Q 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Oash paid for travelling expenses $ 

*' investigation of claims 

** salaries, direccors' and auditors' fees 

" postage, etc 

" statutory assessment and license fee 

" printing, stationery and advertising 

" other expenses of management 

Total expenses of management $ 523 78 

Losses during 1895 |435 00 

" prior to 1895 178 46 

613 46 

Oash paid for rebate 5 16 

" other expenditure 6 00 

Total expenditure $ 1.148 40 

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X 


112 64 


1 


859 65 




324 28 




13 67 




3 00 


s 


1 200 60 


$ 


43 80 




10 50 




419 50 




10 82 




17 76 




20 00 




1 40 



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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Folieies inforee Slit December ^ 1895, 



System. 


One year 
or lees. 


Two years. 


Three years. 


Four years. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ c. 

9.650 00 


0. 

, 9,000 00 


$ c. 

587,547 00 


$ 0. 

27,942 00 


$ c. 

684,139 OC 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
MutucU System, 



Policies in force 81st December, 1894 

" Dew and renewed during 1895 

Grow number durlog 1895 , 

Lets expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1896 



Number. 



566 
127 



694, 
187 



607 



Amount. 



720.729 00 
152,»90 00 



872,119 00 
237.980 00 



634,139 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm property exclusively. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Fcliciet in force Slat December^ 1895 





One year 
risks. 


Two year 
risKR. 


Three year 
ri«ks. 


Four year 
risks. 


Total. 


Amount of face of all premium 
notes held by Company, and 
legally liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, 
after deducting all payments 

levied 


$ c 

110 25 

93 10 
110 25 


$ 0. 

212 00 

165 78 
115 60 


% c. 

21,031 42 

15,354 52 
4,924 77 


1 c. 
1,305 20 

977 34 


1 c 

22,658 87 

16,690 74 
6.150 62 


Amount of premium notes re- 
ceived during the year 1895. 



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60 Victoria Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 

HALTON UNION FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD CFFICF, AC5T0N. 

Commenced bhsiness 2nd April, 1890. 

President— Jonv Eamsky. | ijiscretory— Oolin Camkbon. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $50,059.31. 



Assets. 



Cash on hancl, Fpfld Oflire $34 78 

Cash in Tiadfcib' B«nk, Guelph 1,019 49 

$1,054 27 

Anonnt notfs or due bilV, leFs than ore yenr overdue 261 03 

" (iremium i otf s in fore, ^fier deducting all payments thereon and 

abse&8m(nt8 Itvitd 50,059 31 

Total aBsets $51,374 61 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cafh on bard 3bt Decfmbrr, 1894 (not cxtfnded) None 

'' received bh iirbt |a}m(nt or deposit, beiog part payment of premium 

notes 2,592 02 

" received as iiit< rtbt ^.3 44 

" " for asBesbments levitd prior to 1^95 78 87 

Total receipts $2, 684 33 

Expenditure. 

Amount paid for statutory asFessment and liccDse fee $26 69 

" invebii^ation of claims 4 OO 

" ]}ObtagH and telegrams 38 85 

" rent and taxes 3 00 

" pi iutini, stationary aiid advertising. .. '. 44 50 

" salarifF, directorb' and audit rb' fets 194 00 

" travelling i xpenses 4 15 

Total expenses of management $315 19 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Amount paid for lossfs of 189."> $900 00 

" lebare 43 23 

" repay men t of loaiis 190 00 

" balance due Secretary 181 64 

Total expenditure $1,630 jg 

B 108 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Policies in force SUt December. 1S95. 



System. 


Three yean. 


Total. 


MutUAl 


9 c. 

1,593,195 00 


$ 0. 

1,593,195 00 



MOVEMEXr IX RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



Policiei in force Slst Deoember, 1894 

" new and renewed during 1895 

tiroes number during 1895 

Leas expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mataal system Slst Deoember, 1895 

CLASSIFICATION^OF RISKS 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



Number. 



Amount 





$ 0. 


895 


1,225,848 00 


465 


064,730 00 


1.800 


1,899,078 00 


215 


296,H8) 00 


1,145 


1,593,195 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst December, 1S95. 



AmouDt of face of all premium notes held by the Company, and 
legally liable to ae^essmant 

Amoant of premium note^, after deducting all payments thereon aod 
auassments levied 

Amount of premium notes received daring the year 1895 

B~T09 



Three year risks. 



$ c. 

64,919 88 

50,059 81 



ToUl. 



54,949 88 

50,059 81 
22,866 98 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9). A. 1897 



PDSLINOH MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, ABBRFOTLE 

Commenced b^isinesa May, 1859. 



President "-Wm, Rab. | Secretary ^ J aubs Sooxt. 

Unassessed premiam note capita), $20,645.42. 



Assets 



Cash on hand at head office $8 85 

" deposit to Company's credit in Biink of Commerce, 

Guelph 820 79 

$829 64 

Amount of premiam notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 20,645 42 



Total assets $21,475 06 

Liabilities — None. 
Receipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not exterded) $624 42 

Cash received at taking application 248 18 

<' for membership fees, not being park payment of premium 

notes 12 50 

** assessments of years prior to 1895 15 31 

«» interest ; 19 60 

Total receipts $295 59 

Expenditure. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for statutory assessment and license fee $ 16 32 

** printing, stationery and advertising 40 57 

" salaries', directors' and auditors' fees 19 00 

'< postage, telegrams and express * . . . 6 50 

** interest 1 OO 

Total expenses of management $ 83 39 

Amount paid for losses of 1895 3 00 

" rebate 198 

Underwriters' Association fee 2 00 

Total expenditure $ 90 37 

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A 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered bp Polieiei in force Sltt December, 



Syitem. 



Hntoal 



Three Yean. 



$ c 

718,205 00 



TotaL 



I 0. 

713,206 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Sygtem. 





Number. 


Amount. 


Polieiei in force 81rt December, 1894 

** new and renewed! dnring ISftB .,,,..,,.,._- 


347 
134 


689,360 00 
255,910 00 




Grow nnmber during 1895. 


481 
119 


895,270 00 
223,980 00 


L^ AxnirAd and cancelled in 1895 






862 


718,205 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force SUt December ^ 1896, 



Am^mnt of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1896 

_ " B 111 



Three year risks. 



$ o. 

21,511 15 

20,645 42 
7,711 30 



TotaL 



21,511 16 

20,645 42 
7,711 30 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 



GUELPH TOWNSHIP MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICK, GUKLPU TOWNSHIP, LOT 27, C05. 1, DIV. A, 

Commenced businend \6lh Fehfuaryy 1860. 

F re^id fi fit — J oHs J. Hobson. | Secretary — Majob Gko. B. Hood 

Unasseased note capital, $25,306.01. 

Assets. 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied $25,306 1 

Amount unpaid of assessments of 1895 10 16 

" " prior years 44 46 

Totel assets _**--^ .?6_!*_.^? 

Liabilities. 
Amount due Treasurer $5 83 

Total liabilities S> 83 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) $959.32 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment for premium notes. . . $ 397 60 

" assessments of 1895 3,923 94 

" *' " prior years 15 42 

" for interest 6 50 

** cash borrow^ed 5 IS3 

Total receipts $4.34 9 29 

EXPENDITUUE. 

Expenses of Manctgement : 

Amount paid for investigation of claims . , $ 2 ^0 

" fee, Underwriters' Association 2 00 

** statutory, assessments and license fees 1 6 50 

^< printing, stationery and advertising 1 8 00 

** salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 50 00 

" postage, etc 22 75 

" travelling expenses 5 00 

•« other expenses 79 36 

Expenses of management $205 1 1 

Jfucellaneovs payments : 

Oash paid for losses which occurred in 1895 $4,103 50 

" " priortol895 1,000 00 

5,103 50 

Total expenditure $5 308 g| 

B112 n \ 

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Sessional Papers (Xo 9 ). 



A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Polieiet in force Sltt December ^ 1896, 



System. 


Three yean. 


ToUl. 


Hntud 


$ c. 

643,970 00 


$ c. 

648,970 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
MiUua^ Sffstem, 





Number. 

812 
116 


Amount. 


Polidea in force Slut December. 1894 


$ c. 

649,400 00 
221,420 00 






Grois number and amount during 1895 

Jj&u expired and cancelled in 1895 


428 

118 


870,820 00 
226,850 00 




Netri«kBinforce3l8t December, 1895 


815 


643,970 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREBCIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force SUt December^ 1895, 



Three year risks. 



I 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 

Aneont of premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
aseeesments levied 

Amount of premium notes received durmg the year 1895 



$ c 

80,649 26 

• 

25,806 01 
9,600 66 



Total. 



$ 0. 

80,649 25 

25,806 01 
9,600 65 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No 9 ). A. 1897 



SOUTU EASTHOPE FARMERS' MUIUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, TAVISTOCK 

Commenced business 2Sth December^ 1871. 

President — Werner Youngblut. | Secretary — W. S. Russell. 

Unassessed premiam note capital, $112,730.64. 

Assets. 

Cash on hand, head office $479 83 

C<ish in Bank Commerce, Stratford 200 00 

$679 83 

Amonnt of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 112,730 64 

Amount unpaid of assessments of 1895 108 04 

Total assets : . . . $113,618 5 1 

Liabilities, — None. 
Receipts 

Cash at head office and in bank, as at last statement (not extended) $578 12 

Cash received for assessments levied during 1895 $2,128 16 

*' . " «' prior to 1895 163 75 

Total receipts $2 291 91 

Expenditure. 

Expenses of management 

Amount paid for salaries, directors' and auditors' fees $261 00 

** statutory assessment and license fee 44 40 

<< printing, stationery and advertising 72 30 

<* postage, telegrams and express 29 08 

" travelling expenses 14 00 

" investigation of claims 4 50 

«• interest 45 00 

rent 7 00 

" otheir expenses 6 00 

Expenses of management $483 28 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $1,075 67 

** repayment of loan 500 00 

'* amount of loss retained for assessments 131 25 

Total expenditure $2.190 2 

B 114 



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Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). 



A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Policies in joree SUt December, 1895. 





System. 


Four yeftra. 

$ c. 

2.37.>.084 00 

1 


Total 


limiuJ 


2 870,064 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System. 



Pdides in force Sltt December, 1894 , 

" Bew Mid renewed during 1895 

Gross number during 1896 

IiBM expired and caaoelled in 1896 

Net risks in foroe on mutual system, Slst December, 1893 



Number. 



Amouno. 





$ c. 


l,18t 


2,226.220 00 


410 
1,641 


825,670 00 
8»051.790 00 


400 


680,9!K> 00 


1,141 


2,870,840 00^ 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardoug. 



PREJdlUAl NOTES OR UNDERTAKI!IGS 

On Policies in force Slst December, 1895, 





Four year ri<<ks. 


TotiL 




Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to a>sessment 

Amount of all premium noted, after deducting all payments ther«»on and 
ssiess neat* levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 


$ c. 

118,512 00 

112,730 61 
41,278 60 


1 c. 
118,642 00 

112,730 64 
41,278 60 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (Mo. 9 ). A. 1897 

DOWNIE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, ST. PAUL's. 

Commenced business 2lst April, 1884. 



President — Duncan McIntosh | Secretary — Pbtsr Smith. 

Unasseflsed premium note capital, $29,528.38. 



Assets. 



Cash on hand at head office (120 20 

Bank of Commeroe, Stratford 410 66 

$530 86 

Amount unpaid of assessments of 1895 30 62 

Cash on premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon and 

assessments levied 29,528 38 

Total assets $30,089 86 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office, as per last statement, not extended $532 . 68 

Cash received for assessments levied in 1895 $887 05 

" " " " prior years 22 71 

" ** interest 10 66 

Total receipts- $920 42 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of Management : 

Amount paid for rent $2 50 

" statutory assessment and license 21 94 

•* salaries, etc 106 00 

'* printing, stationery and advertising 1315 

'* postage, telegrams and express, etc 14 55 

** investigation of claims 4 00 

" travelling expenses 17 50 

" other expenses 2 60 

Total expenses of management $182 24 

Amount paid for losses incurred in 1895 740 00 

Total expenditure $922 24 

B 116 

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Sessional Papers ( Xo. 9 ). 



A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Aftiount covered by Policict in force Sltt Dfcemher^ ISOfK 



System. 



Three years, 



$ 0. 

Matma 1,086,01600 



Total. 




MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Sj/item, 



Policies in force Slat December, 1894 

" taken during 1896 

Gross namber during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1896 




Amount. 



I $ c. 

967,230 00 

441,866 00 
1,399,095 00 

363,080 00 
1,036,016 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Isolated and non hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by the Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all pnremium notes on policies in force Slst December, 1896, 
after deducting all payments thereon and aeseesments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1896 

B117 



Three years. 


ToUl. 


1 c. 


S c. 


31,080 46 


31,080 46 


29,528 38 


29,628' 38 


13,266 96 


13,255 96 



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FORMOSA MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICB, FORMOSA. 

Commenced business 22nd May^ 1880. 

President. — Andbew Waeghtkb. | Secretary — Jclius Noll. 

Unas8688ed premiam note capital, $60,208.36. 

Assets. 

Amount of oash on hand at head office, 31st December, 1895 .... $ 95 14 
'' on deposit to Company's credit, 31st December, 1895, 

in Merchant's Bank, Walkerton 167 15 

$ 262 29 

" of premiam notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 60,208 36 

" safe (not extended) $100.00 

Total assets $60,470 65 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash on hand Slst December, 1894 (not extended) $96.76 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment of preminm notes .... $ 969 08 

" for assessments levied in 1895 2, 1 28 64 

" for interest 22 40 

** from investments 350 00 

Cash borrowed 600 00 

Cash received from all other sources 64 

Total receipto $4>070 76 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for commission to agents $189 22 

** statutory assessment and license 38 40 

" salaries, etc 337 46 

" postage, telegrams and express 42 89 

'* printing and stationery 44 15 

" investigation of claims 56 70 

" rent and taxes 1 00 

" interest 3 60 

" law costs 7 00 

Total expenses of management $720 42 

Amount paid for losses in 1895 $1,779 35 

" prior to 1895 745 65 

2^525 00 

rebate 59 81 

** in repayment of loans 600 00 

Total expenditure $3,905j3 

BUS ' 

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CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount oovered by Policies in force ^Itt Dcamber^ 1896. 



Syitem. 


Three years. 


Total. 

• 


Mutual 




1,847.681 00 


S 0. 
],847,681 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutucd System, 



Policies in force 31st December, 1894 

*' new and renewed dnring 1895 

Gross nnmber during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net risks in force on mntnal nystem, 81st December, 1895 




CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and noii-hazardouF. 



Amount. 



$ a 

1,886,962 00 

691.040 OO 
2,678,002 00 

730,821 00 
1,847,681 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Slat December^ 1896. 



Three year risks. 



Ainonnt of face of all premium notes held by Company, atid legally 
liable to aesfsfment 



Ainonnt of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessments levied 



Amount of premium notes received during the year 1696 . 

B 119 



$ c. 

64,916 00 

60,208 S6 
24,122 00 



Total. 



$ 0. 
64,916 00 

60,208 86 
24,122 00 



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PEEL COUNTY FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HRAD OFFICE, BRAMPTON. 

Commenced business 2ith June, 1876. 



President — Geo. Chbtne. | Secretary — Luthbb Ohbynb. 



• 



Unassessed premiam note capital, $134,149.61. 



Assets. 



Cash on deposit in Dominipn Bank Agency. Brampton $187 63 

Actual cash on hand at head office 628 42 

$ 816 05 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 2,514 46 

** of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon and 

assessments levied 134,149 61 

" of office furniture (not extended) $225 00 



Total assets $137,480 12 

Liabilities. 

Amount of borrowed money $4,440 00 

losses adjusted 2.719 35 

" '* resisted 175 00 



Total liabilities $7.334 3 5 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $1,187.00 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes $3,843 36 

" for assessments levied in 1895 11,807 66 

" " years prior to 1895 1,615 00 

" carpenter's risk, etc 1 00 

borrowed 8,700 00 



Total receipU $25,967 02 

Expenditure. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for commission to assents $ 577 80 

*' investigation and adjustment of claims 107 55 

" statutory assessment 97 26 

" printing and advertising 137 05 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fets 1,627 60 

" postage and stationery 261 00 

" other expenses 156 60 

" fuel and light 19 63 

" rent and taxes 103 00 

** interest 433 15 



Total expenses of management (carried forward) $3,520 64 

B 120 



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Expenses of management (brought Jarward) $ 3 520 64 

MiscellanMUs payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $9,909 40 

" " prior to 1895 4,977 62 

14,887 Oi 

rebate 170 31 

*• in repayment of loans 7,760 00 

Total expenditure $26,337 97 

CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Policies in force Sltt Deeemher, 1895, 



System. 


Four years. 


Total. 


Mutual 


1 c. 
6,129,243 00 


S c 
5,129,248 00 


MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Systgn. 




Number. 


Amount. 




Policies in force Slst December, 1894 


3,811 
1,144 


$ 0. 

5,212.682 00 


Polioies new and renewed durinir 1895 . . , . . . - - , , 


1,731,385 00 




Grois number during 1896 

Iiess expired and cancelled in 1895 


4,455 
1,170 


6,943,967 00 
1,814,719 00 




Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1895 


3,285 


5,129,248 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst December^ 1895. 





Four year 
risks. 


Total. 


^ 


Ambunt of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally 
liable to assessmenb 


S 

156,912 88 

134,149 61 
64,666 67 


$ 0. 

156,913 88 
134,149 61 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levied 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 


64,655 6T 







B.121 



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BLANSHARD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 

HEAD OFFICB, ST. MARTS. ' 

Commenced business 27th March^ 1876. 



PresideTU—WnL. F. Sanderson. | Secretary— V, S. Armstrong. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $20,618.91. 



Assets. 



Amount unpaid of afisessmentB levied during 1895 $ 175 00 

»• " " " before 1896 85 86 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 20,618 91 



Tot al assets $20,879 77 

Liabilities. 

Amount of adjusted loss , $50 00 

" other liabilities *. 3 25 



Total liabUities $53 25 

.^^^^^^-^^ 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extemied) $689 . 44 

Cash received for assessments levied in 1895 $1,526 09 

" " " prior to 1895 109 43 

" interest 13 50 



Totel receipts $l,6i9 02 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of matuigemetit : 

Amount paid for statv^tory assessment and license $17 82 

" salaries, and directoro' fees 71 00 

** printing, stationery and advertising 10 00 

" postage, etc 15 50 

** travelling expenses 8 00 

" other expenses 23 12 

Total expenses of management $ 115 44 

Cash paid for losses which occurred daring 1895 $2,178 68 

" " " «' prior to 1895 18 16 

2.196 83 



Total expenditure $2j4jJ7 

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CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Policies in force Slat December^ 1895. 



System. 



Mutual 



Three yeai s. 



$ c. 

733,630 00 



Total. 



$ c. 

738,630 CO 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



Number. 



Policies in force 31st December, 1891 

" iMw And renewed durinir 1896 , . - r - f 


663 
191 


S 0. 
724,646 00 

240,210 00 






GroM number daring 1896 

Lmh ezDirMl And nancfll Ifld in 1896 ■, ,,.-,,,-, 


744 
190 


964,756 00 
231,225 00 






Net risks in force 3*st December. 1896 


664 


733.630 00 







Amount--. 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 

Farm and non-hazardous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force SUt December^ 1895, 



Three yeariisks. 



Amount of face of all premium notes legally liable to aesf ssment 

Amount of all i^eminm notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and ass' siments levied 

Amount of premium notes reee'!ved during the year 1896 



$ c. 

23,268 91 

20,618 91 
7.618 68 



B123 



Total. 



$ 0. 

23,268 91 



20,618 91 
7,618 68 



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McGILLTVBAT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, WEST m'qILLIVBAT. 

Comtneneed bunruas 2nd May, 1877. 

President — William L. Cobbrtt. | Secretary — Wm. Fbabbb. 

UnasBessed premium note capital, {9,043. 78. 

Assets 

Amount of cash at head office $27 79 

" on deposit in Bank of Comm' roe, Parkhill . . 4 17 

$ 31 96 

Amount of unpaid assessments levied in 1895 , 102 12 

'* of notes or due bills less than one year overdue 95 90 

<< *' more "• (not extended) $85 00 

" of premium notes in force after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 9,043 78 

Total assets ; $9.274 76 

LlABILIlIBS. 

Amount of adjusted losses $250 00 

** promissory notes 600 00 

Total liabilities $850 00 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office' as per last statement (not extended) $51 77 

Cash received as first payments or deposits, being part payment of premium 

notes $ 402 46 

Cash received as assessments during 1895 1 ,164 37 

Cash received for short date notes 60 60 

" borrowed money 600 00 

Total receipts $2,2 27 43 

EXPBNDITUBB. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for statutory asssessment and license $ 12 44 

" postage 5 00 

'* salary, auditors' and directors' fees 101 GO 

*' printing and stationery 26 50 

'* commission 47 00 

" investigation of claims 50 00 

Total expenses of management $241 94 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred prior to 1895 $1,096 75 

" « " during 1895 903 50 

$2,000 25 

" rebate 5 05 

Total expenditure $2,247 24 

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OURRBNCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Policies tn force Slit December^ 



SyBtem. 


Three years. 


Total 


Mataal 


$ c 

422,880 00 


$ c 

422,880 00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Syitem, 





Number. 


Amount. 




Policiee in force Slat Deoember, 1894 

" new and renewed during \S96 


417 
94 


$ c. 

420,495 00 
88,000 00 




Gioas number during 1896 


511 

87 


503,555 GO 
80,675 00 


Leu expired and cancelled in 1896 


Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1896 


424 


422.880 00 


• 





CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Polieiea in force Slst, December 1895. 





Three year risks. 


ToUl. 


Amoont of face of all premium notes held by the Company and legally 
liable to MfKWsment 


$ c. 

15,124 06 

9,043 70 
2,491 20 


$ c. 

15,124 Oj 

9.048 70 
2,491 20 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
•Messmento levied 

Amount of premium notee received during the jrear 1895 



B 125 



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GREY AND BRUCE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

I 

HEAD OFFICE, HAKOYEB. 

Commenced btistnesa 6th Jvly^ 1878 

Pre8idetit—\>Kyii> McNichol. | decretory— Duncan Oampbell. 

Unassesaed premium note capital, $47,735 75. 

ASSETB. 

Cash on hand, head office $445 58 

Amount unpaid of aasesaments of 1895 472 65 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 47,735 75 

Total assets $48,593 98 

Liabilities. 
Amount of supposed losses $1,300 00 

Total liabilities $1,300 00 

Receipts. • 

Cash on hand at Slst December, 1894 (not extended) $588 53 

'' received for assessments levied in 1895 .^ 2,054 00 

•* " " years prior to 1895 217 95 

" interest 115 

Gash borrowed 300 00 

• — — ^— — — 

Total receipts $2,573 95 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management ; - 

Amount paid for salaries, dlrectorB' and auditors' fees $193 00 

** statutory assessment, license fee 31 81 

" po8tagp, etc 31 10 

" printing, etc 42 35 

" commiss'on 153 51 

•' interest 82 20 

Total expenses of management $534 77 

Losses in 1895 $215 50 

" prior to 1895 659 00 

874 50 

Kepayment of loans .... 1,300 00 

Rebate 7 63 

Total expenditure $2,716 90 

B 126 i===— iri 

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CUBRENOY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Polieia in force Sltt Deeember, 1895 



Syttem. 



Mutual 



A. 1897 



One year. 


Two yean. 


Three years. 


Totol. 


S c 
6,700 00 


$ c. 

24,040 00 


S 0. 
1,410,623 00 


$ 0. 

1,441,868 00 


MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 







PoliciM in force Slat December, 1894. . . 
" new and renewed daring 1895 . 

GroM number daring 1895 

Len expired and cancelled in 1895 

Nek risks m force Slst December, 1895 . 



Number. 



1,388 
868 



1.751 
440 



1,311 



OLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and noD-hazardoaa. 



Amount. 



$ c 

1,608»882 00 
431,619 00 



1,925,001 00 
483.638 00 



1,441,868 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force 31st December, 1896, 



I 



Amount of face of all premium notes 
held by Company, aud legally 
liable to asMSBmeno 



Amonnt of all premium notes, after 
dedoctiog all payments thereon 
aud assessments levied 



Amount of premium notes received 
during the year 1895 



One year risks. 



$ c. 

121 00 



Two year risks. 



$ o. 

80190 



Three year risks. 



62,218 47 



B 127 



Total. 



$ 0. 

63,144 37 

47,735 75 
18,098 10 



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DEREHAM AND WEST OXFORD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 

HEAD OFFICB, MT. ELGIN. 

Commenced biLsinesB ISth Afay, 1887. 



PresiderU — W. Nanckivell. | Secretary — Alex. Bkll. 

Unasaessed premium note capital, 23,463.30. 



Assets. 

Cash at head office and in bank $986 88 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 230 82 

" unassessed premium note capital 23,463 30 

Total assets $24,681 00 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) $648 91 

Cash received as first payments ... $1,277 62 

" for interest 19 77 

Total receipts $1,297 39 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for statutory assessment and license $16 65 

*^ salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 210 30 

" printing, stationery, advertising and postage 34 45 

" rent and taxes 2 00 

Total expenses of management $263 40 

Jiiscellaneout payments : 

Cash paid for losses daring 1895 $678 66 

" rebate 17 36 

Total expenditure $959 42 

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CURRENCY OF RISKS/ 
Amount covered by Polieitt in foree Slgt Deeember 1896. 



System. 


Three yean. 


ToUl. 


Mutnid : 


$ 0. 

789,318 00 


$ 0. 

788,218 00 



MOVEBiSNT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Spttem, 



• 


Nomber. 


Amoaot, 


Policies in f oioe 81st Deoember. 1894 


874 
178 


$ c 
662,110 00 


" new and ranewed daring 1896 


284,216 00 








647 
126 


988,826 00 




197,107 00 








422 


789,218 00 







CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Polieiet in force SUt Deeember^ 1896, 



Amoont of face of all preminm notes held by Company and legally 
liable to 



Amoont of all premimn notes, alter dedncting all payments thereon and 
mncssments levied 



Amount of ineminm notes received during the year 1896 



Three years. 



$ c 

26,224 88 

28,468 80 
10,048 29 



Total. 



$ 0. 

26,224 88 

23,468 80 
10,048 29 



9 IN. 



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BAY OF QUINTE AGRIOULTURAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM- 

PANY. 



HBAD OFFICE, PIOTON. 

Commenced buaineea Z\»t October^ 1874. 



PreeiderU — Thomas Wbllbanks. | Secretary— C, H. \%ddifibld 

Unasaessed premium note capital, (24,674 91. 



Assets. 



Amoant of cash in Bank of Montreal, Picton $ 304 74 

** unpaid of instalments of 1895 186 92 

" " " prior years (not extended).... $138.67 

" of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 24,674 91 



Total assets $26,166 57 



Liabilities. 

Promissory notes $ 500 00 

Interest , 24 58 



Total liabUities $ 524 58 

Receipts. 



Cash on hand as per last statement (not extended) $198.53 

received for first payments, being part payment of premium notes. . . 

" assessments levied in 1895 

" in years prior to 1895 

" interest 



* borrowed during 1895 . 
^ received for transfers, etc . 



$ 875 63 


1,795 39 


62 21 


9 80 


1,260 00 
600 



Totel reoeiptB $3,999 23 

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EZPBNDITUEB. 

Mxpmues of managemerU : 

Amount paid for oommisaion to ftgents . . . : 9 121 50 

« interest 1 84 25 

** aalaiiesi directors' and auditors' fees 396 15 

" statutory, assessment and license 22 20 

*' printing, stationery and advertising 82 92 

" investigation and adjustment of claims 4 00 

*' postage, telegrams, etc 5 00 

Total expenses of management $ 716 02 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 (927 00 

" " " prior to 1895 300 00 

e 1,227 00 

" repayment of loan 1,950 00 

Total expenditure 9 3,892 02 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
AmoufU covered by PoUeiet vn foree Sift Jkeemiber^ 1896, 



System* 


Three yean. 


Amount. 


Hntcua 


$ c 

088,330 00 


$ c 

988,830 00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



PolicicB in foice Slst December, 1894 

" new and renewed during 1895 

Qtott number during 1896 

l«eaB expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual system 31st December. 1895 

B131 



Number. 



748 
243 



991 



768 



Amount. 



$ c. 

971,760 00 

303,806 00 



1,276,565 00 
287,236 00 
988,330 00 



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A. 1897 



OL^SSIFIOATtON OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardoaa 



PBEBflUM NOTES ON UNDERTAKINOS 

On Policiet in force Slst December, 1S96, 



Three TearrUks. 



Total 



Amount of faoe of all pveiniam notes held by Oompaay> uad legally 


$ c. 

39,991 70 

34,674 91 
9,098 25 


$ c 

29,99170 


Amcmnt of all premium notes, after deducting »ll payments thereon 


24,674 91 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1896 ^ 


9,098 96 



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GRENVILLE PATRON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OPFIOB, BPENOBRVILLB. 

Commenced buainesa 29(h June^ 1892. 



PresidefU—JosEFU Soott. | Secretary—F, M. Soott. 

UnasseBsed premiam note oftpital, $35,255.73. 



Assets. 



Gash on hand at head otfioe t 132 54 

Unpaid of assessments levied daring 1895 257 67 

" «« prior to 1895 4 38 

Amount of premiam notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 35,255 73 

Total assets $35,650 32 

LiABiLiTiBs. — None. 

Rbobipts. 

Cash on hand at 31st December, 1894 (not extended) (1,694.23 

Cash received as first payments .'. $1,352 01 

" for assessments levied daring 1895 2,451 19 

« " "' prior to 1895 8155 

" transfer fees 4 00 

• interest 25 21 

" borrowed money 3,150 00 

Total receipts $7,063 96 

Expbnditurb. 

Clash paid investigation of claims $ 19 90 

*' statutory assessment 19 37 

^' printing, stationery and advert sing 95 75 

" posti^, etc 62 53 

** salaries, directors' and auditorb' fees 266 25 

" rent and taxes 8 00 

** investigation of claims 26 00 

$497 80 
Miscellaneotts : 

Cash paid losses of 1895 4,898 85 

" rebate 4 00 

" in repayment of loan 3,150 00 

" all other expenditure 75 00 

Total expenditure $8,625 65 

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CURRBNOY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Polieies in force SUt December, tS9&, 



System. 


Three yean. 


Total 


Mutual 


• 0, 

1,880,010 00 


1,880,010 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 



Policies in force 8l8t Deoember, 18Q4 

*' taken during 1895 

Total number and amount in foroe Slst December, 1805 

Deduct expired and cancelled in 18d5 

Net risliB in force at Slst December, 1895 



Number. 



1,200 



Amount. 



787 


$ c 
881,680 00 


579 


676^005 00 


1,816 


1.657,665 00 


lie 


127,666 00 



1,880,010 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS ; 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Polieies in force Sltt December^ 1896, 





Three years. 


Total. 






Amount of face of a(] premium notes held by Company and legally 
liable to Acsessment . , . ^ ....... r , 


$ c. 

41,400 80 

85,255 78 
20,280 15 


41,400 80 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levied 


35,296 78 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 


20^28016 



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GLENGARRY FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, ALBXAKDRIA. 

(hmmeticed htuvness 7th Mcuy^ 1895. 
President — John A. McDouoall. | Secretary — Yalbntinb G. Chisholm. 



Unasseaaed premimn note capital, $5,318.40. 



Assets. 



Cbsk in treaanreiPa hands $261 92 

'' Union bank, Alexandria 623 56 

$885 48 

Amonnt of preminm notes in foroe, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 5,318 40 



Total assets ' $6,203 88 

Liabilities. — None. 

Bbcbifts. 

Cash reodyed for instalments of 1895 $1,329 60 

interest 4 39 

borrowed money V * 120 00 

" from all other sources 18 65 

Total receipts $1,472 64 

Expenditure. 
Sxpmees of management : 

Amount paid for commission $199 44 

" postage, etc 6 61 

" statutory assessment and license 35 00 

" printing, stationery and advertising 52 56 

" interest 2 20 

" salaries, directors and auditors' fees 1 19 25 

" ^ organization expenses 5 00 

law costs 10 00 

'' other expenses 37 10 

Total expenses of management ^ $467 16 

Amount paid in repayment of loan 120 00 

Total expenditure $587 16 

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CURRENCY OP RISKS, 
Amount covered by Pof-ieiet inforee Slnt Deeember, 1895, 



System. 


Thneyemm 


Total 


Mutual 


$ 0. 

221,600 00 


$ 0. 

221,600 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual System 



« 


• 
dumber. 


Amount 


PolicioB takeo during 1895, new and renewed 


212 


$ c 

221,600 00 


GrosB number and amount of risks during 18d5 


212 


221,600 00 


Less expired and cancelled in 1896 








Net risks in force Slsii December, 1895 


212 


221,600 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-haasardouB. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Polietet in force 31st Deeember^ 1896, 





Thiee year risks. 


Total. 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 


1 c 

6,648 00 

5,818 40 
6,648 00 


$ c. 

6,648 00 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
sssersments levied 


6,818 40 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 


6,648 00 







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DUFPERIN FARMER'S MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HSAO OFFICE, SHBI^BURKB. 

Commenced busineaa Ist June, 1895. 



Preeideni — Wm. Dtnbs, M.P.P. Seerela/ry — James Brown. 

Unaaaeaaad premium note capital, $4,371.13. 



AflSETB. 



Cash in Union Bank, Shelbame $60 00 

Caah in agents hands 33 51 

Amount of short date notes, or due bills, less than one year overdae 23 85 

^ premium notes in force after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 4,371 13 



Total assets 



Total receipts. 



EXPBNDITUBB. 

Expenses afmanagemeni : 

Amount paid for rent 

" filing and license fee 

•< printing, stationery and advertising . 

*' salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

" postage, telegrams and express ..... 

*' travelling expenses 

" expenses of organization 



Total expenditure 



B187 



$4,478 49 



LiABiLiTiBs. — None. 
Rkcbifts. 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes . . . 
" transfer fee 



$286 81 
50 



$287 31 



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35 00 

68 05 

61 40 

3 50 

3 00 

5 00 

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CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Poficies in force Slst Deeetitber, 1896, 



System. 



Three yean. 



$ c. 

188,700 00 



ToUl. 



I c 

188,700 00 



MOV£Bf BNT IN RISKS. 

Mutual System, 





Number. 


Amount. 


PolioieB new Msd renewed during 1896 


127 


$ c 
186,100 00 






GrcMB number and amount dnring 1805 


127 

1 


186,100 00 


lifmmrpiradftndoftnfifflM in 1fl95..i. 


1,400 00 






Net risks in force on mntnal system 81st December 1805 


126 


188,700 00 







CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
IWai and non-hazardoug. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Slit Deoemher, 1896, 



Amount of faoe of all premium notes held by Company and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes receiTed during the year 1896 

_ __ 



Three year 
risks. 




Total 



4,666 60 

4,37113 
4,704 00 



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A. 189r 



ER4M0SA MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFIOB, BOOKWOOD. 

Commenced husijiees 9th AprU, 186U 



mSX 



PreneUnt—TBOUAS Watbrs. | Secretary — Eugh Black. 

Unasseased premiam note capital, $20,981.15, 



ASSBTS. 

Actual cash in hand at head office $171 65 

Cesh on deposit to the Company's credit, not drawn against, in 

the Canadian Bank of Commerce, Gnelph 460 55 

. $632 20 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 174 50 

** " '' of prior years (not extended).. $46 37 

Amoont of premiam notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 20,981 15 

Total assets $21,787 85 

Liabilities. —None. 

Rbobipts. 

Oash on hand as per last statement (not extended) $262 60 

Cash received as first payments, bein^ part payment of premiam notes. . . • $260 87 

« for assessments of 1895 347 95 

" for assessments of prior years 69 46 

" for interest 11 47 

Total receipts $689 75 

EXPBNDITCBB. 

Expenses of managemerU : 

Amount paid for agent's commission $181 50 

« statutory assessment and lioenee 14 44 

" printing, etc 18 27 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 59 00 

" rent 3 00 

" postage 8 22 

" other expenses 14 00 

Total expenses of management $298 43 

Amount paid for losses which occurred during 1895 21 72 

Total expenditure $320 15 

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CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered hy PoUoieM »n foree Slst Deecmber, 1896, 



Sy«tem. 


Three yean. 


TotaL 


Mutaal , 


1 c. 

584,110 00 


$ c. 

584,110 00 





MOVEMENTS IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



Foliciei in force Slst December, 1894 

Policies new and lenewed dnring 1895 

GroM nnmber dnring 1895 

Lev expired and cancelled in 1S96 

Net risks in force on mntnal aystem Slst December, 1895 




584,110 00 



CLASSIFICATION OP RISKS ; 
Isolated and non•baza^dou^. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Foliciei in foree Sltt December, 1896. 





Three year 
risks. 


Total. 




Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to awwrnnient ......... 


$ c. 

22,861 75 

20,981 15 
9,480 50 


$ c. 

22,851 76 

20,981 15 
9,480 50 


Amount of premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 



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NISSOURI FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFIOB, KIHTORH. 

Commeneed bwdnesi 2f^ih Moy^ 1878. 



ffMMfefK— Jambs Hbndbrson. | S9creiary--E. J. Pbabson. 

UnaBsesaed premiam note oapital, $81,977.68. 



ASSBTS. 



AmooDt of cash on hand at head office $422 87 

'* unpaid of asBessments levied in 1895 527 14 

*' unpaid of ttoocoflmentB levied prior to 1895 57 71 

** of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon • 

and assessments levied 81,977 68 



Total assets $82,985 40 

LlABlLlTIBS. 

AmouQt of retained premiums $20 30 

Total lUbilities . $20 30 

Rbcbipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) $119 55 

" received for assessments levied in 1895 $2,733 75 

'' received for assessments levied before 1895 1,054 02 

" borrowed 1,600 00 

" for interest 6 92 

" received for retained premiums 24 25 

Total receipts $5,41S 94 

EZPBNDITURB. 

Experues of management : 

Amount paid for commission to agents $579 50 

" statutory asaessment 36 54 

'* printing, advertising, postage, etc 139 37 

" rent and taxes 9 00 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 312 50 

** investigation of claims 14 00 

" interest • • 55 80 

** travelling expenses 15 50 

« law costs 6 88 



Expenses of management (carried forward) $1,169 09 

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Expenses of management (hrov^hi forward) $1,169 09 

MisoeUaneoue payments : 

Gaeh paid for losses which ocoarred during 1895 1,S22 08 

Repayment of loans 2,100 00 

Total expenditure . $5,091 17 

CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Antaunt ooi'tred by PolMes in force SUt Deceviber, 1896. 



System. 



HatuAl 



Three yean. 



$ c 

1,908,960 00 



Amount 



$ 0. 

1,908.960 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Syttem, 



Policies in force Slat December, 1894 

** new and renewed during 1896 

Oro88 nnmber during 1896 

IieM expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net risks in force on mutual system 81st December, 1896 , 



Number. 



1,069 
499 



1,668 

373 

1,196 



Total 



$ c 

1,782,218 00 

724,486 00 



2,606,708 00 

002,768 00 

1,908,960 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OH UNDERTAKINGS 

On Polieies in foroe Slat December, 1896. 





Three yesrs. 


Tout. 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 


$ c. 
86,046 10 

81,977 68 
.H 248 86 


$ c 
86,016 10 

81,977 68 
34,243 36 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon, 
and MmeMments levied a . . . . . . x . . . 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1896 



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OXFORD FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICB, SMBBO. 

Commenced btudness 2nd June^ 1884. 

Preeident^AhEX, MoCobquodale. | Seeretary — Jambs Munbo. 

Unaestssed premium note capital, $36,868.05. 



ASSRTS. 



Caah on hand at head office <220 48 

Amount unpaid of assesBments of le95 136 1 1 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied S6,868 05 

Total assets $37,224 64 

Liabilities. 

Amount due directors $2 20 

Total liabilities $2 20 

Regbipts. 

Cash at head office as per statement (not extended) $13.56 

Cash received for assessments levied during 1895 1,222 31 

" " " in prior years 202 00 

Cash for transfer fees 3 82 

Total receipts $1,428 13 

■^SSSSSBSSSSSSSSS 

EXPBNDITUBB. 

Bxpenees of management : 

Cash paid for investigation of claims $ 6 00 

*' printing, stationery, advertising 49 60 

" statutory assessment and license 22 84 

«* rent 10 00 

*• salaries, etc 273 15 

" interest 28 60 

" postage, telegrams and express 13 42 

<' all other expenses 3 15 

Total expenses of management $406 66 

Gash paid for losses during 1895 110 00 

'* repayment of loans 550 00 

" other expenditure 154 55 

*» Total expenditure $1,221 21 

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A 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amottnt covered 6y Policies in force Slst December, 1896. 



System. 


One year. 


Two yean. 


Three years. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ 0. 

1,100 00 


$ c 
900 00 


$ e. 

1,006,490 00 


1,007,490 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Spsteai. 



CLASSIFICATION OF BISKS: 
Farm and non-hazsirdoaB. 





Number. 


Amoaot 


PolioifB in force 81st Deoember, 1894 


774 
817 


1 c. 

1.O07.7G0 00 


** new and renewed dnring 1895 


389,080 00 


GroM number during 1895 


1091 
806 


1.896,840 00 


hem expired and oanoelled in 1895 


889,860 00 






No risks in force on mutnal system Slst December, 1895 


785 


1,007,480 00 



PREBaUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Polieiei in force Sltt December, 1895, 



A -uount of face of all premium notes held by Company, 
and legally liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all 
payments thereon and assessments levied 



Amount of premium notes received during the year 
1896 • 



One year 



Jneyo 
risks. 



$ c. 

44 00 

44 00 
44 00 



Two year 



nro yea 
risks. 



$ a 

86 00 

84 96 
20 00 



Three year 
risks. 



$ c. 

89,418 60 

86,789 09 
15,111 00 



Total. 



$ 0. 

89,498 50 
86»8e8 05 
15,176 00 






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BERTIE AND WIlLOUGHBY FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 



HEAD OFFIOH, RIDGKWAY. 

Commenced business 6th February ^ 1880. 



President — B. MoCrbdie. | Secretary — H. N. Hibbard. 

UnasfieBsed premi'am note capital, $39,616.14. 



ASSBTS. 

Actual cash on hand at head office $ 1 70 44 

in bank • 1,575 47 

$ 1,745 91 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 104 1 1 

" " assessments levied in 1895 25 60 

'* of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

. and assessments levied 3S,616 14 

Total assets $41,491 76 

Liabilities. — ^ one. 

Receifts. 

Cash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $1,480 08 

Cash received as first payment, being part payment of premium notes. . . $2,027 06 

** for assessments of 1895 962 96 

" " prior to 1895 40 10 

" for interest 42 30 

** workmen's risk 60 

Total receipts $3,063 02 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for commission to agents $ 1 1 40 

*' statutory assessment and license 29 33 

" printing, stationfiry and advertising i336 

'* salaries, directors' and auditors' feeK 571 60 

** postage, telegrams and express, etc 19 89 

" travelling expenses 14 10 

" investigation of claims 30 20 

Other expenses 4 50 

Total expenses of management $ 704 38 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 2,092 3 1 

«* rebate 50 

Total expenditure $2,797 19 

10 I.N. B 146 .=«== 

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CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Polieies in force SUi December, 1896. 



SyBtem. 



Three yean. 



Total. 



Matual. 




$ c 

l,46IjaO 00 



MOVEMENTS IN RISKS. 
Mutual System. 



Folioiee in force Slat December, 1894 

*' new and renewed during 1896 

6ro3B number during 1896 

Less expired and canoelled in 1896 

Net risks in force on mutual system 31st December, 1896 




CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Fann and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Polieiee in force SUt December^ 1895. 






Three year risks. 


ToUl. 

• 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by company and legally 
liable to assessment 


S c. 

46,291 03 

39,616 14 

18,991 81 


$ c 
46,291 OS 

89,616 14 
18,994 81 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1896 





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SCOTT MUTUAL FIRE INSU RANGE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, SANDFORD. 

Commenced bueinese 28th September^ 1895. 



PruideTU.—Jonv Thompson. | Secretary.— Wu. Nelson. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $2,811.50. 

Assets. 



Cash in Dominion Bank, Uxbridge $13 73 

Amount of short date notes less than one year overdue 8 50 

" 4f^of premium notes after deducting all payments thereon and 

assessments levied 2,81 1 60 

Total assets $2,833 73 



Liabilities — None. 

Receipts. 
Oaab received as first payments $253 00 



Total receipts - $253 00 



Expenditure. 

Cash paid for commiasion to agents $69 75 

" ' law costs 12 62 

«* salaries, directors* and auditors' fees 46 25 

License and filing fee ^^ ^^ 

rent 1 25 

printing 23 45 

" stationery 42 45 

Total expenditure ^^30 77 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Folieies in force Slat December, 1895, 



System. 


Three yean. 


ToteL 


Mutual 


$ c 
102,160 00 


$ c 
102.160 00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Syitem, 





Number. 


Amount. 




Policies taken during 1895 


92 


$ 0. 

102,150 00 




Gross number during 1895 


92 


102,150 00 




Deduct expired and cancelled in 1895 






Net risks in force at 8l8t December, 1895 


92 


102,160 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
All non-hazardou& 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Polieiei in force SUt Deceniher, 1896, 





Three years. 


Total. 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by Cempany, and legally liable 
to assessment 


$ c. 

8,064 60 

2,811 60 
8,064 60 


$ c. 
8,064 50 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levied ..... 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 


2,811 60 
8,064 60 







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60 Victoria Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 

MAPLE LEAF FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, COLUMBUS. 

Commenced btisiness 19 oh August^ 1895. 



President— 'Wm. Smith, M.P. | Secretary — Wm. Purvis. 

Unassessed premiam note capital, $5,181.00 



Assets. 



Actual cash on hand at head office $91 06 

Amoudt of short date notes less than one year overdue 30 54 

*' premium notes in force af cer deducting all payments thereon and 

tflsessments levied ^ 5,181 00 

Total assets _$5,302 60 

Liabilities. 

Amount of horrowed money . . $800 00 

" interest 10 00 

" due agents 36 42 

Total liabilities $846 42 

Receipts. 

Clash received as application fees $225 00 

" ficatpayments 261 37 

" borrowed money 898 60 

Total receipts $1,384 97 

Ezpbnditube. 
Expen$e$ of managemerU : 

Cash paid for agents' commission $125 58 

" interest 1 40 

'^ license and filing fee 35 00 

'^ printing, stationary and advertising 51 62 

" postage, telegrams and express 4 50 

'* organization expenses 4 55 

Total expenses of management $222 65 

MieoeUan$ous : 

Cash paid for losses daring 1895 $900 00 

" re-insurance 72 66 

" in repayment of loan 98 60 

$1,293 91 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered hy Polieies in force Slst December, 1895. 



System. 


One year or 
less. 


Two years. 


Three years. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ c. 
600 00 


$ 0. 

700 00 


$ 0. 

167,973 00 
8,400 00 


$ 0. 

169,173 00 
8,400 00 


Tiftw Amount rfl-iriffurf d 










Net risks carried at 31st December, 1895 


500 00 


700 00 


169,673 00 


160,773 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Syttem. 





Number. 


• 
Amount. 


Policies new and renewed during 1896 


163 


$ 0. 

170,168 00 






Gross number during 1896 


163 

1 


170,168 00 


Less expired and cancelled in 1895 


980 00 


Net risks in force on mutual system 3l8t' December, 1896 


163 


169,173 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Isolated and NonhazardouB. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force SUt December, 1896. 





Ooe year risks. 


Two years. 


Three years. 


Total 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by 
Company, and legally liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting 
all payments thereon and assessments 
leyied 


$ c. 
16 26 

15 77 

16 25 


$ 0. 

22 76 

21 74 
29 76 


$ 0. 

6,414 39 

6,143 49 
6,444 74 


$ 0. 
6,468 88 

fi,181W 
6,488 74 


Amount of premium notes reoeired during the 
year 1896 





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FARMERS' UNION MIJTCJAL FIRE INSURANCE OOMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, LINDSAY. 

Commenced business Srd June, 189 



President — Johnson Ellis. | Secretary — R. G. Cornbil. 

UnasseBsed premium note capital, $5,584.08. 

Assets 

Actual cash on hand in head office $ 5 70 

" in Dominion Bank, Lindsay 780 79 



$786 49 

Onsh in agents' hands . . . . t 70 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 . . . . : 150 10 

« of short date notes less than one year overdue 4 i 00 

'' of premium notes in force after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied $5,584 08 

Less residue of premium notes given for re insurance 53 90 

5,530 18 



Total assets $6,511 47 

Liabilities. 

Balance due agents $26 30 

" for re-insurance 36 



Total liabilities $26 66 



Receipts. 

Oash received for first payments $1,201 92 

•' « interest 3 15- 

" Midland Mutual Fire Insurance Company 1 22 



Total receipts $1,206 29 

Expenditure. 
Eaq>ense3 of manctgement : 

Cash paid for commission to agents 

license and filing fee , 

rent and taxes 

salaries, directors' and auditors' fees , 

printing, stationery and advertising 

postage, telegrams and express 

organization expenses 

books 

commission for collecting notes 



Total expenses of management 

MisceUaneotts : 

Amount paid for losses which occurred during 1895 



reinsurance 



$111 10 


35 00 


20 00 


134 76 


47 76 


6 00 


20 35 


13 85 


13 40 


$402 20 


$ 5 00 


12 60 



Total ezpenditnre $419 80 

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A. 1897 



CURKENCY OF JRISKS. 

Amount covered by Policies in force, Slsl December, 1S95. 



LSystem. 


Three years. 


Totol 


Mutual 

Lesa re-insured 


$ c. 
203.555 00 

1,900 00 

201,655 00 


$ c 
203,565 00 

1,900 00 


Net riakfl carried at SUt December, 1895 


201,655 00 


MOVEMENT OF RISKS. 

Mutual System. 




Number. 








Policies new and renewed durinfir 1895 


197 
197 


$ c. 
203,555 00 


Gross number during 1895 

Less expired or cancelled in 1895 


208,555 00 




197 




Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1895 


203,565 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst December, 1896. 



Amonnt of face of all premium netes held by Company and legally liable to asseesment. 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and assessments 
leried 

Amount of pramium notes received during the year 1895 



ToUl. 



$ c 

6,960 10 

5,584 06 
6,960 10 



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NORTH AND SOUTH DORCHESTER MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE^ HARRTETSVILLB. 

Commenced busirieas Sth January ^ 1869. 

President — S. Charlton. | Secretary — D. D. York. 
Unaasessed premium note capital, $47,927.59. 

Assets. 

Cash on hand, head office % 83 U 

'* deposit to the Company's credit, not drawn against, in the Agri- 

caltnral Savings and Loan Company, London 1,1 89 92 

" deposit. Bank of Toronto, London 5,438 48 

Amonnt unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 264 52 

" premium notes in force, after deducting all payments tUbreon and 

assessments levied 47,927 59 

Total assets $54,903 65 

Liabilities. 

Amount resisted claim $200 00 

Total $200 00 

# Receipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) $5,894 09 

Cash received as first payments, being part of premium notes $1,031 92 

" for assessments levied in 1 895 2,414 61- 

»' " •* prior to 1895 10 90 

" interest 273 91 

Total receipts $3,731 34 

Expenditure. 
Erpeneee of management : 

Amonnt paid for commission to agents $ 24 00 

" travelling expenses 14 00 

*' printing and stationery 38 00 

" statutory assessment and certificate 34 96 

" rent 5 00 

" salaries and auditors' fees 288 55 

** postage 15 25 

" law costs 6 00 

" investigation of claim 5 00 

" other expenses 75 50 

Total expenses of management $506 26 

^iseeUaneoue payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 .' $2,312 85 

" rebate 94 78 

Total expenditure $2,913 89 

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CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

AntourU wveretl by Policies in force SIst December, 1895. 



• 

System. 


Three yean. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ c 
1,790.596 00 


$ c 
1,790,695 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 



Mutual Sptteia. 



Number. 



Amount 



Policiei in force Slat December, 1894. . 

" taking during 1895 

GroH number during 1895 

Deduct cancelled in 1896 

Net riakt in force 8Ut December,' 1896 



1,124 
430 



1,554 
375 



1,179 



$ e. 
1,692,470 CO 

686,926 00 



2,879,396 00 
688,800 00 



1,790,696 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Fai :a and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst December, 1896. 



Amount of face of all premium notea held by Company, and legally 
liable to aBeessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes receired during the year 1895 

B154 



Three year 
risln. 



$ c. 

53,717 86 

47,927 69 
20,104 05 



Total. 



$ 0. 

58,717 86 

47,927 60 
20,104 06 



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EKFRID MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICE, APPIN. 

Commenced business IQth September ^ 1891. 

PrestderU — JpUN P. Oornkil. | Secretary — A. P. McDouoald. 

Unaaseflsed premium note capital, $17,254.21. 

Assets. 

Amoont of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied $1 7,254 21 

unpaid of instalments of 1895 103 84 

*' assessments of 1895 still unpaid 100 09 

<<* assessments of prior years still unpaid 15 44 

'' safe, blank forms, etc. (not extended) 960 00 

Total assets $1 7,473 58 

LlABTUTIBS. 

Amount of promissory note SI, 150 00 

" premium notes retained 62 30 

due Secretary '. 49 37 

" interest. 9 00 

Total liabilities 81,270 67 

Eeobipts. 

Amount received from first payments $795 84 

" from assessments of 1895 427 90 

*' from assessments of prei^ious years 103 6t 

" borrowed money 1,400 00 

•* transfer fees, etc 28 20 

Total receipts $2,7 5 5 55 

Expenditure. 

Amount paid for law costs $8 00 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 152 50 

" investigation of claims 18 75 

•• printing, stationery, etc 20 74 

" postage, etc 14 93 

<* statutory assessment and license 16 50 

" rent and taxes 1 90 

" travelling expenses 100 

" interest 41 25 

Total expenses of management $275 57 

Amount paid for losses which occurred in 1895 1,740 38 

" repayment of loan 750 00 

" rebate 50 

" balance due secretary 38 47 

Total expenditure $2,804 92 

B 156 ' 

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A 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS : 

Amount covered by Polieies in force Slat December, 1895. 



SyBtem. 


Three years. 


Totol 


Mutuid : 


$ c. 
686,244 00 


1 c 

686,244 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS : 

Mutual System, 



Polioiei in foroe Slat Deoember, 1894 

Polidea taken during 1896 

Grou number during 1896 , 

Dedact expired and cancelled in 1895 . . . . 
Net riflkB in force at Slst December, 1895 



Number. 



506 
241 



747 
197 



550 



Amount. 



$ c 

619,794 00 
284,830 00 



934,624 00 
248,380 09 



6,244 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS. 
^All non-hazardoQB. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Slat December, 1895, 





Three years. 


Total 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to asseesment 


$ a 

20,516 82 

17,254 21 
8.544 90 


$ c 

20,51€ 8S 

17,264 31 
3,544 90 


Amount of premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 


Amount of nremium notes reoeired durinflr the year 1896 







B 156 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 

TOWNSfiND FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICE, WATBRFOBD. 

Commenced btutTiess lOth Aprils 1879. 



PresiderU — Oscar McMichabl. | Secretary — S. Cunningham. 

UnaaseBsed premitun note capital, $32,967.38. 



ASSBTS. 



Actual cash on hand at head office 9 88 41 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon and 

assessments levied 32,967 38 

Amount of instalments of 1895 still unpaid 33 13 



Total assets t33,088 92 

Liabilities. 

Amount of borrowed money S 500 00 

Total liabilities $ 500 00 

RKCBIPTg. 

Oaah at head office, as per last statement $333.17. 

" received at taking of application $131 50 

" ** as instalment of first payment 1,873 31 

interest 92 

" borrowed 1,095 00 



Total receipts 83,100 73 

EXPENDITURK. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for interest 

" statutory assessment 

'* investigation of claims 

<< printing and advertising 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

" postage and stationery 

•* other expenses 

Expenses of management 

Amount paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $1,814 74 

•« *« " prior to " 500 00 



rebate and sundries 
repayment of loaos . 



$21 


85 


26 


05 


11 


70 


30 


20 


284 


45 


10 41 


27 09 


$411 


75 


1 

$2,314 74 


24 00 


595 00 



Total expenditure $3,345 49 

B 157 



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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

AmoutU covered by Policies injoree SlU December , 1895, 



System. 


Three yean. 


Total 


Mutual 


$ c. 
1,162,700 00 


$ c 
1.163,700 00 



MOVEMENT OF RISKS. 

Mutual Syttem, 



Policiei in force Slat December, 1804 

Policiee new and lenewed during 1895 

Gross number during 1896 

Lefls expired or cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual system 81st December, 1896 



Number. 



769 



295 



737 



CLASSIFIC-ATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardoas. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slsl December , 1896, 



Amount 



$ c 

1,180,436 00 
419,686 00 



1,609,070 00 
446,370 00 



1,162,700 00 



Total. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally liable to assessment. . 

Amount of premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and a^essments 
) levied 



Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895. 



$ c 

36,994 66 
32,967 38 

13,179 27 



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THE YARMOUTH MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICB, NEW 8ABUM. 

Commenced business 17 th October, 1881. 



Prendent^W. L. Vansycklb. | Seoretary—Wu. H. Elliott. 

Unasaessed premium note capital, $2 1 ,308. 5 5. 



ASSBTS. 



Actual cash on hand at head office $ 18 30 

Cash on deposit to the Company's credit, not drawn against, in 

Southern Loan and Savings Company, St. Thomas 837 83 

$ 856 13 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 21,308 55 



Total assets $22,164 68 

Liabilities. — None. 

Rbcbipts. 

Cash on hand as per last statement (not extended) $1,403 70 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes. . • $633 41 

" for interest 45 69 

" for transfer fees and engine licenses 20 00 

Total receipts $699 10 

ExPBNDITDJJL 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for statutory assessment and license 

" printing and stationery 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

" fuel and light 

'* investigation of claims 

'^ postage 

" other expenses 



$ 18 33 


6 


60 


257 


50 


5 


00 


11 


00 


3 


02 




10 



Total expenses of management $301 45 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 938 01 

" rebate 7 21 



Total expenditure $1,246 67 

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A. 1897 



OURRENOY or RISKS. 
Amfount covered by PolieUs in force Slst December^ 1696, 



System. 


Over one but 

under two 

years. 


Over two but 

under three 

years. 


Three years. 


Total. 


MntoAl 


$ c. 
900 00 


$ c. 
10,850 00 


$ c. 
776,026 00 


$ e. 
786,776 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



Policies in force Slst Deoember, 1894 

*' new and renewed during 1896 

OrosB number and amount in force Slst December, 1895 . 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force Slst December, 1895 




Amount. 

$ c. 
758,401 00 

235,660 90 

1,009.051 00 

222,275 00 

786,776 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst December, 1896, 





Over one but 

under two year 

risks. 


Over two but 

under three year 

risks. 


Three years. 


Total. 


Amount of face of all premium notes 
held by the Company and legally 


$ c 
17 25 

16 81 

17 26 


$ c. 

281 00 

258 37 
189 00 


$ c. 
23,142 16 

21,034 87 
7,479 00 


$ c. 

23,440 41 

21,308 66 
7.636 25 


Amount of all premium notes after 
deductinfc all payments thereon 
and assesments levied 

Amount of premium notes received 
dui inff the Tear 1896 





B160 



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60 Victoria Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 



WALPOLE FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, JARVIS. 

Commenced businesB 27th July, 1867. 



Pre$ide7U — Robert Miller. | Secretary — George Miller. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $42,025.98. 

Assets. 

Cash on hand at head office $ 90 97 

Agents balances 42 57 

Cash unpaid ot assessments of 1895 309 54 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 42,026 98 



Total assets ' 842,469 06 

Liabilities. — ^— — — — 

Amount of adjusted loss $694 1 7 



Total liabilities $694 17 

Reobiptb. 

Cash at head office and in bank as per last statement (not 

extended) $1,579 97 

Oash received at taking of applications $ 225 00 

as first payments, being part payment of premium notes 268 04 

for assessments levied in 1895 4,377 1 9 

" •« prior to 1895 12120 

for interest 7 58 

borrowed money 1 ,700 00 



Totol receipts $6,699 01 

Expenditure — — — — 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for law costs 

** to agents for commission and fees 

" rent, taxes 

" for investigation and adjustment of claims , 

" statutory assessment and license , 

" printing and advertising , 

*< salaries, directors' and auditors' fees , 

'' postage, express and telegrams 

*< fuel and light 

" travelling expenses 

** interest , 



$ 2 00 


25 00 


2 50 


16 00 


30 21 


43 25 


402 20 


13 50 


i 00 


10 00 


27 03 



Total expenses of management $576 69 

Miscdlantous payments : 

Oash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $4,554 49 

" prior to 1895 1,309 93 

$5,864 42 

" rebate 46 90 

** repayment of loan 1,700 00 



Total expenditure $8,18 8 01 

11 IN. B 161 _==._^ 



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A. 1897 



OURRBNOY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Polioiet in force Sltt December^ 1896, 



System. 


One year. 

$ c. 
2,652 00 


Two years. 


Three years. 


Four Yeare. 


Total 


Mutual 


f c 

16,306 00 


f c. 
643,681 00 


f c. 
726,096 00 


1 c 
1,886.646 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
MuUmI Spstem. 





Number. 


Amount. 


Policies in force Slst December, 1894 


761 
207 


1,424,151 00 
860,168 00 


" taken during 1896, new and renewed 




Gross number during 1895 


958 
221 


1,774,309 00 
387,663 00 


Deduct exDired and cancelled in 1896 






Net risks in force Slst December, 1895 


787 


1,886,646 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 

Farm and non-hazardoas. 

PRKMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Polioiet in force Slat December ^ 1895. 





One year 
risks. 


Two year 
risks. 


Three year 
risks. 

f 0. 

19,792 67 

16.318 32 
6.898 17 


Four year 
risks. 


Total . 






Amount of face of all premium notes held 
by Company, and legally liable to 
aso^SBm^nt . , ..• ........... 


$ c. 

30 60 

28 08 
30 60 


$ c. 

307 02 

252 00 
108 40 


f c. 

29.600 07 

25,427 58 
6,076 69 


$ e. 

49,730 36 

42.025 98 
12.112 76 


Amount of all premium notes, after de- 
ducting all payments thereon and 
Aiu^essments levied 


Amount of premium notes received dur- 
ing the year lb95 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 

THE WESTMINSTER MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, LOT 14, CON. 4, WE8TMIN8TBB. 

Commienced business Wth Decemhsr^ 1857. 



President — John Thobnicroft. | Secretary — Henrt Anderson. 

Unassessed premiam note oapital, $36,978.28. 



Assets. 



Cftsh value of debentures J5,000 00 

Cash on hand at head office $18 87 

" on deposit to the Company's credit, not drawn against, in 

the Canadian Trust and Loan Company, London 7,759 05 

London Loan and Savings Company, London 965 75 

Huron and Erie " ** 158 76 

8,902 42 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 36,978 28 

Total assets '. $50,880 70 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office, and on deposit, as per last statement (not 

extended) $16,105.76 

Cash received at taking application 1 64 60 

" for first payments 2,570 07 

" for interest 563 69 

" other sources 2 90 

Total receipts $3,301 26 

Expenditure 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for law costs $25 00 

•» agents' fees 151 50 

" investigation and adjustment of claims 53 00 

" statutory assessment and license 29 08 

'* salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 406 50 

•* printing, stationery and advertising 3840 

" rent and taxes 3 00 

Total expenses of management $706 48 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash^'paid for losses which cocurred prior to 1895 $1,300 00 

J« " " in 1895 3,449 99 

$4,749 99 

*» rebate 48 13 

Total expenditure $5,504 60 

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A. 1897 



OUHBENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Polieiet in force SlH December^ 1896, 



System. 


Three yean. 


TotiL 


Mutual 


f c 
1,861,130 00 


1 c. 

1,361,130 00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System. 



Number. 



Polioiee in force, Slat December, 1894 
Policies new and renewed during 1896 

Gross number during 1896 

Leas expired and cancelled in 1895. . . . 
Net risks in force 81st December, 1896 



886 
403 



1,288 
405 



OLASStFIOATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



Amoa&t, 



$ c 

1,347,370 00 
633,778 00 



1,981,148 00 
620,018 00 



1,361,130 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Sltt December, 1896, 





Three year risks. 


Total 


Amount of face of all premium notes legally liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 


f 0. 

40,838 90 

86,978 28 
19,013 40 


f c 
40,833 90 

36,978 38 
19,013 40 


Amount of Dreminm notes received durinir the vear 1895 





B164 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 



THE SOUTHWOLD FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, 8HBDDEN. 

Commenced business, 9th Sepfember, 1878. 

President — Donald Turner. | Secretary — B. N. Stafford. 

UDassessed premiam note capital, $31,723.68. 



Assets. 



Cash on deposit to Company's credit in Imperial Bank at St. 

Thomas $83 11 

Actual cash on hand at head office 69 47 

. $152 68 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 426 85 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 31 J23 68 



Total assets __^^^l^?_^ Ji 

Liabilities.— Nonp. , 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $95 26 

Cash received for assessments levied in 1895 $1,391 05 

** *' prior to 1895 367 79 

" interest 3 08 

'* borrowed money 400 00 



Total receipts $2,161 92 

Expenditure. 

Expenses of managemeni : 

Amount paid for interest 

" statutory assessment and license 

" printing and stationery 

*^ salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

*' postage, etc 

" travelling expenses , 

" rent and taxes 



$ 2 50 


20 50 


16 90 


180 00 


3 70 


10 00 


8 00 



Total expenses of management $241 60 

Miscellaneous payments: 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $1,304 00 

*' " '' prior to 1895 159 00 

$1,463 00 

'* in repayment of loans 400 00 

Total expenditure $2,104 60 

B 165 """"" 



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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by PoHeies in force 31st December, 



SyBtem. 


Four years. 


Total. 


Mutual 


913,600 00 


S c. 
913,600 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System 



Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

Policies taken during 1895 

Gross number during 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1895, 



Number. 



539 
167 



706 
140 



566 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardoti8. 



Amount. 



$ c 
880,400 00 
256.160 00 



1,136.550 00 
222.950 00 



913.600 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Polioiet in force Slst December 1895 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally liable 
to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levi d 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 




B 166 



81.723 68 
10.246 00 



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60 Yictoria, Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 



SALTFLEET AND BINBROOK MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, BLFRIDA. 

Commeneed busineas SOth July^ 1880. 



Prendeni — A. D. Leb. | Secretary — Jno. 0. Habris. 

Unassessed premiam note capital, $35,733 57. 



A 8SETS. 



Actual cash in Traders' Bank, Hamilton $1,840 26 

Amount of assessments unpaid levied daring 1895 130 43 

" premiam notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 35,733 57 

Total assets $37,704 26 

Li ABi LITIE& — None. 

Reoeipts. 

Oash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $1,925 52 

Cash received for assessments which were levied in 1895 $1,215 06 

" " '» before 1895 93 30 

" interest 13 40 

" from all other sources 1 00 

Total receipts $1,322 76 

Expenditure. 

Saeperuee of manc^emerU : 

Amount paid for investigation of claims $8 00 

" fuel and light .... 3 00 

" to agents for fees and commission 9 00 

" for statutory assessment and license fee 20 15 

'^ printing, stationery and advertising 9 90 

'' salaries and directors' fees 226 88 

" postage, etc 15 27 

" law costs 3 02 

" other expenses 29 95 

Total expenses of management $325 17 

MitceUaneoiM payments : 

Oash paid for losses which occarred during 1895 $630 00 

prior to 1895 450 00 

$1,080 00 

*< rebate 2 85 

Total expenditure $1,408 02 

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Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). 



A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Policies in force SUt December, 1S9S, 



Syitem. 


One year or less. 


Two years. 


Three years. 


ToUL 


1 • «• 

Mutual 6,85000 


$ 0. 

4,100 00 


f 0. 

913,170 00 


f c 

921,620 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual System, 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
All non-hazardoas. 





« 


Number. 


Amount. 




Policies in force Slst December. 1894 


638 
243 


$ c. 

855,940 00 


Policies taken during 1895 


337.650 00 




1895 




Total number and amount in force 31st December, 
Deduct exoired and cancelled in 1895 


881 
198 


1,193,490 00 
270,870 00 








Net risks in force at Slst December, 1895 


688 


923,620 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Slst December^ 1896, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by 
Company, and legally liable to assess 
ment 

Amount of all premium notes after deducting 
all pajrments thereon and assessments 
levied 

Amount of premium notes reoeived during 
theyearl896 



One year or 
less. 


f 0. 


98 59 


98 59 


65 25 



B 168 



Two years. 



f c. 

135 60 

125 34 
33 84 



Three years. 



f c. 

49,098 31 

35,609 64 
14,629 21 



Total 



49,832 50 

86,738 67 
14.727 80 



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60 Victoria Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 

ONEIDA FARMERS' MUrUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD i)FFICB, TOWN HALL, ONEIDA. 

Commenced business the 27th Marchy 1876. 

President— J AUEB McMobran | Secretary — David Kett. 

Unassesaed premia m note capital, $13, 347.62. 

Assets. 
Cash on hand at head office $60 34 

OabH in agents hands 66 75 

Amoant of assessments of 1895 still unpaid 88 30 

*' " prior years 85 19 

" premium notes in force after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 1 3,347 62 

Total asseta $13,648 20 

Liabilities. 
Amount due secretary , $85 00 

Total $85 00 

Receipts. 

Oaah at head office as per last statement (not extended) $166 16 

Oash received at taking of applications $ 24 75 

« for assessments levied in 1895 2,208 32 

" •* " prior to 1895 84 65 

«* " borrowed money 250 00 

" all other sources 1 00 

Total receipts $2,568 72 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management .* 

Amount paid for law costs $ 5 00 

" interest ' 4 50 

** statutory assessment and license fee 15 03 

" printing, stationery and advertising 39 00 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 70 00 

" fuel 2 00 

postage 7 10 

other expenses 3 26 



c< 



Total expenses of management $145 89 

Miscellaiieotu payments : 

Oash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $1,843 65 

" " prior to 1895 435 00 2.278 65 

•* " re-payment of loan 250 00 

Total expenditure $2,674 54 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Policies in force SUt December^ 1895, 





SyBtem. 


Three years. 


ToUl. 


Mutual 


f 

534,772 00 


$ 

534,772 OO 








MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual System, 







Policies in force 3l8t December, 1894 

" new and renewed during 1895 

GroM number during 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1895 

CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



Number. 



128 
482 
135 
847 



Amo 



f 

8,112 00 
194,386 00 
762,608 CO 
227.726 00 
534,772 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst December , 1895, 





Three year risks. 


Total. 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 


f c 
16,377 22 

13,347 6 
6,021 16 


$ c 

16.377 22 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessments levied , 


13,347 62 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 


6,021 16 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 



EAST WILLIAMS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICB, NAIRN. 

Commenced busineaSt Sth August^ 1875. 

President — Wm. Ross. | Secretary — Wm. MoCallum. 

Unassessed premiam note capital, $7,946.f7. 

A SSBTS. 

Cash on hand in head office , $ 33 90 

" in Bank of Commerce, Parkhill 804 60 

$ 838 50 

Oash in agents' hands, acknowledged by them to be due and considered good 33 35 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 296 24 

** " in prior years (not extended) $22 90 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 7,946 87 

Total assets 89,114 96 

Liabilities. 
Amount of promissory note . < $1,000 00 

Total liabilities $1.000 00 

Receipts. 

Oash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $125 43 

Oash received as first instalments on premium notes $ 289 46 

" from assessments of 1895 2,570 49 

" •* prior to 1895 118 50 

" borrowed 1,064 00 

*• from other sources 2 00 

Total receipts $4.044 45 

EXPBNDITOBE. 

■fojMtW09 of management : 

Amount paid for statutory assessment and license $ 1 2 29 

** printing, stationery and advertising 5 45 

*' salaries, directors' and auditors' fees Ill 00 

" postage, etc 8 82 

'* investigation of claims - 10 00 

" interest 39 80 

rent 1 50 

" travelling expenses 1 00 

Expenses of management $189 36 

XieciUaneouB payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred in 1895 $1,775 00 

prior to 1895 690 75 

$2,465 75 

" rebate, etc 11 77 

*• repayment of loan 664 00 

" other expenditure 50 

Total expenditure $3,331 38 

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A. 1807 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered hy Policies in force 31st December, 1895. 



.Syatem. 


Three years. 


TotaL 


Mutual 


$ c. 

431,108 00 


f c. 

431.108 00 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



t 


Number. 


Amount. 


PolicieB in force Slst December, 1894 


319 
123 


$ c. 
412,398 00 


Policies taken during 1895, new and renewed 


157,780 00 




Gross number during 1895 , 


442 
105 


570,128 00 


Deduct expired and cancelled in 1895 


139,020 00 


Net risks in force at Slst Dece-nber, 1895 


337 


431,108 00 





CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardons. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Slst Deeemhery 1895, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to atnessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levied 

Amnunt of premium notes received during the year 1896 — 

B 172 



Three year riskt?. 


$ c. 


12,933 24 


7,946 87 


4.731 90 



Total. 



$ c. 

12,933 34 

7,946 87 
4,731 W 



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WEST BRUCE FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, KINCARDINE. | 

Commenced business Srd Jtdy, 1885. 



Presidtnt — William Huktbr. | Secretary — J. H. Fleming. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $16,774.79. 



Assets. 

•Oash in treasurer's hands $16 32 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 15,774 79 

« unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 652 7 i 

« unpaid of assessments levied in prior years (not extended) $333.39 

Total assets $16,443 82 

Liabilities. 

Amount of adjusted losses ' $200 00 

" borrowed money 300 00 

Total liabilities ■?500 00 

Receipts. 

Oash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $290 14 

" received for assessments levied during 1895 $2,253 55 

" " " " before 1895 346 03 

" " borrowed money 1,595 00 

Total receipts $4,194 58 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for commission $13 50 

'* investigation of claims 5 00 

" postage, etc 20 08 

<' statutory assessment and license 15 45 

" printing, stationery and advertising 41 25 

interest 172 40 

*' salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 305 50 

" rent and taxes 32 00 

Total expenses of management $605 18 

Amount paid for losses during 1895 $793 61 

" " prior to 1895 742 18 

1,535 79 

" in repayment of loan 2,245 00 

" rebate 82 43 

Total expenditure $4,468_40 

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A. 1897 



Mutuftl , 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Policies in force Slst December, 1896, 



System. 



Four yean. 



f c. 

483,650 00 



ToUl. 



f c. 

483,660 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Syttem. 





Number. 


Amount 




Policies in foroe SIbIj December. 1894 


581 
ISO 


$ e. 

590,325 00 
124,876 00 


** new and renewed during 1895 




Otom number during 1896 

TiMM expired and cancelled in 1895 . ......... 


711 
229 


716,200 00 
231,560 00 




Net risks in foroe Slst December, 1895 


482 


483.660 90 





CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardoas. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst December^ 1896. 



Amount of face of all premium noteR held by Company, and legally 
liable to aspesiiment 

Amount of all f>rem)um note?, after deducting all p'ayments thereon and 
at>8eBi^uent8 levied 

Amount of premium notes received duriitg the year 1895 

iri74 



Four years. 



$ a 

18,882 50 

15.774 79 
4,903 00 



Totel. 



f c. 

18,882 50 

15,774 79 
4,903 00 



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FARMERS' CENTRAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, WALKEBTON. 

Commenced buaineaa 31«< Mofrch^ 1894. 



President — Jambs Tolton. | Secretary — J. J. Sohumaohbr. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $59,969.07. 



Assets, 



Aotua] oaah on hand at head office 160 54 

" in Bank of Commerce, Walkerton 262 05 

$ 362 59 

Amoant anpaid of instalments of 1895 44 77 

" of premium notes in force after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 59,969 07 

Total assets t60,376 43 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash on hand as per last statement (not extended) $359.92 

Cash received as first payments $1,107 86 

" for assessments of 1895 950 68 

" for interest : , 4 37 

" tor sundries ' 89 



Total receipts 82,063 80 

EXPENDITCBB. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for commission 

** fuel and light 

** statutory assessment and license fee 

*^ salarifs, directors' and auditors' fees 

*' printing, stationery and advertising 

" postage, etc 

" investigation of claims 



$ 296 50 


25 


00 


19 


14 


394 


53 


65 


95 


36 


64 


12 


85 



Total expenses of management $ 840 61 

Miscdlaneovs : 

Amount paid for losses which occurred in 1 895 1, 1 90 20 

" rebate 21 67 

" copy press and book 8 65 

Total expenditure $2/)61 13 

B 175 



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A 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Polieiti in foree SUt Deoentber, 1896. 



System. 


One year. 


Two years. 


Three years. 


Four years. 


Total. 


Matual 


$ 0. 

4,400 00 


% c. 
9,650 00 


$ c. 

449,647 00 


$ c. 

1,047,410 00 


$ c 

1,511,107 00 




MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

MuUial Syatem. 



Polioiee in force Slat Dew^mber, 1^94 

Policies taken during 1895, new and rnnewpd 

Gross number during 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual eystem, Slst December, 1896 




Amount 



$ c. 

799,200 00 

764,182 00 

1,563,882 CO 

52,275 00 



1,511^107 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in foree 31st December, 1895, 



Amount of face of all premium notes 
held by Company and legally liable to 
assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after 
deductinfr all payments thereon and 
assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received dur- 
ing the year 1895 



One year 
risk. 



$ c. 

156 00 

145 96 



Two year 
risks. 



Three year 
risks. 



% c. 

848 00 

321 32 



$ c. 



Four 3rear 
risks. 



Total. 



$ c 



15,944 00 46,705 00 63,162 00 



15,028 42 



109 00 58 OOj 10,088 00 



44,478 37 
21,138 00 



59,969 07 
81,393 00 



B 176 



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HOWICK FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICB, GOKRIB. 

Commenced business lOth July^ 1873. 



PreeideTU — Wm. MoKbrousb. | Secretary — Wm. S. McKbbchbr. 

UDaaeaaed premium note capital, $185,186.72. 



AsflBTS. 



Oaah in Standaid Bank, Harriston $1,310 57 

Cash in head office, including stamps 237 33 

$1,547 90 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 307 10 

" assessments levied during 1895 875 65 

" «* " in prior years (not extended) $791. 72 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 185,186 72 

Total asseto $187,917 37 



LlABILITIBS. 

Amount of supposed loss $600 00 

Retained premiums 12 57 

Total liabilities $612 57 



Rbgeipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) $454 26 

•* ** first payments of 1895 $1,612 47 

Oaah received for assessments levied in 1895 5,857 33 

•* *• " ears prior to 1895 846 77 

" premiums retained, etc 72 04 

*« interest 15 20 

" borrowed money 2,100 00 

Total receipts $10,503 81 

12 IN. B177 



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EXPBMDITUBB. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid to agents for commission $224 36 

" for investigation and adjustment of claims 43 20 

" statutory assessment and license 83 06 

" printing, stationery and advertising 173 39 

" interest 66 86 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 791 40 

" postage, telegrams and express 68 28 

" .rent arid taxes 73 00 

•* sundries 4 00 

" travelling expenbes 33 00 

Expenses of management $1,559 54 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 f 4,539 j|40 

" •• " before 1895 1,172^50 

$5,711 90 

" rebate and returned piemiums 38 73 

" repayment of loans 2,100 00 

Total expenditure $9,410 17 



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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered hy Policies in force SlU December^ 1896, 



Syatem. 


Four ye«rB. 


Total. 


MutUAl 


$ c. 
4,112,105 00 


$ c. 

4,112,106 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
MututU System, 



Policies in force Slat December, 18d4 

'* new and renewed daring 1896 

Gross number during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1895 



Number. 



2.972 
880 



8,852 
1,100 



2,752 



Amount. 



$ c. 

4,409,991 00 

1,306,930 00 



5,716,921 00 
1,601,816 00 



4,112,105 00 



CLASSIFICATION 01?^ RISKS: 
Fftrra and non-hazardouB. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On PoHciei in force SUt December^ 1895, 



I Fv.ur }ear risks. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liaUe to Msessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon j 
and asseesments levied 



Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 



205,605 26 

185,186 72 
66,346 60 



Total. 



$ c. 

3(»,606 26 

185,186 72 
66,346 50 



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A. 1897 



HAY TOWNSHIP FARMER'S MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, ZURICH. 

Commenced business 3rd Fehruarg^ 1875. 
President — Peter Douglas. | Secretary — Hbnbt Eilbbe. 



Unaosesced premium note capital, $99,462 40. 

ASSKTS. 

Cash on deposit in Molson's Bank, Exeter 

Amount unpaid of assessments of 1895 

« of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessment levied 



Total assets . 



Liabilities. 



Amount of supposed claims. 
Total liabilities 



Total receipts 



Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for agents' commission 

*' statutory assessment and license fee . . . 

'* printing, stationery and advertising . . . 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees . . . 

" travelling expenses 

'' postage, telegrams and express 

'* investigation and adjustment. of claims. 

** other expenses 



Total expenses of management 

MiscelUmeous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 . 
" rebate 



Total expenditure. 



B180 



$4,260 62 
169 76 

99,462 40 



$103,892 78 



$1,410 00 
$1,410 00 



. Receipts. 
Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) .... $1,861 52 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes . . $529 72 

" for assessments levied during 1895 8,393 99 

" *• of prior years 16 35 

" interest 13 85 

" salvage 45 00 



$8,997 91 



$168 70 
51 21 
222 75 
329 80 
18 35 
86 75 
66 15 
12 75 



1955 46 

5,619 20 
2i 15 



$6,698 81 



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Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). 



A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Policiet in force 31st December^ 1S95. 



Syhtem. 


Four years. 


Total. 


MntiuU 


$ c. 

2,688,540 00 


$ 0. 

2,688,5iO 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



Namber. 



Amount. 



Policies in foroe 31st December, 1894. 

" taken during 1895 

Gross number during 1896 

Deduct cancelled in 1896 

Net risks in force 81st December, 1896 





$ c. 


1,664 


2,610,985 00 


587 


926,670 00 


2,261 


3,587,666 00 


552 


849,116 00 


1,699 


2,638,540 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Fftrm and non-hazardons. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force 31st December ^ 1896, 





Four year 
risks. 


ToUI. 




' 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 


$ c 

110,683 00 

99,462 00 
38,165 00 


$ c 

110,683 00 

99,462 00 
38,165 00 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 


Amount of premium notes received during the year 1896 ... 



B 181 



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LENNOX AND ADDINGTOI^T MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, NAPANBB. 

Commenced husinesb \lth August, 1876. 



President — J. B. Aylbsworth. | Secretary — M. C. Booabt. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $27,773.49. 



Assets. 

Cash in head office $ 14 51 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 190 00 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 27.773 49 

Office furniture and safe (not extended) $60 00 

Total assets $27,978 00 

Liabilities. 

Amount of supposed loss $ 800 00 

•• borrowed money 1,200 00 

Total liabilities . . . : : $2,000 00 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $821.47. 

'* received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes . $1,151 39 

** '* for assessments levied in 1895 1,205 32 

before 1895 155 59 

" " interest 10 04 

** " borrowed money 1 ,300 00 

'' ^* from advertisements in annual report 10 00 

bills receivable 105 00 



Total receipts $3.937 34 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management: 

Amount paid for commission and agents' fees $ i97 79 

" statutory assessment and license fee 19 87 

** printing and stationery 33 70 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 417 22 

** postage, etc 24 70 

** investigation and adjustment of claims. . . : 29 05 

Total expenses of management $1}122 31 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $3,237 40 

^« prior to 1895 150 00 

$3,387 40 

" •« rebate 10 ^^ 

" re-insuranoe 17 ^^ 

Payment on loans 206 00 

Other expenditure ^ ^ 



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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Polieies in force Slst December^ 1895. 



SyBtem. 



Thre«» years. 



Mntaal . 



MOVEMENT IX RISKS. 
Mutual System, 



$ c. 
927,486 00 



Total. 
927,435 00 



Polioiesfin force Slat December, 1894 

Policittlnew and renewed during 1895 

Groat nnmber daring 1895 

Leaeexpired and canoelled in 1896 

Net naks in force on mutual ayatem 8Ut December, 1895 

CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



Number. 



Amount. 





$ c 


667 


840,036 00 


876 


441,460 00 


1,043 


1,281,626 00 


290 


864,090 00 


768 


927,435 00 



PREMIUM ^OTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Polieict in force Slst December , 1895, 





Three year rlaka. 


Total. 


• 

Amount of face of all premium notea held by Company and legally 
liable to aaseflsment 


$ c. 

82,814 64 

27,778 49 
15,649 40 


$ 0. 

82,814 61 


Amount of all premium notea, after deducting all paymenta thereon and 
aaeeaaments levied 

Arnonnt of premium notea reoeiyed during the year 1895 


27,773 49 
16,649 40 



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AMHERST ISLAND MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFIOB, STBLLA. 

Commenced business 23rd July, 1894. 



President — A. W. Hitchins. | Secretary — W. H. Moutray. 

Unasseesed premium note capital, $2,343.56. 



Assets. 



Cash on hand at head office $35 99 

" in Ontario Bank, Kingston 397 68 

$433 67 

Amount of premium notes in force after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 2,343 56 

" short date notes 86 88 

Total assets $2,864 11 

LiABiLiTiBS. — None. 

Rbobipts. 

Cash on hand 31st December, 1894 (not extended) $270.91 

Cash received as first payments $201 01 

" for interest 5 10 

" for transfer fee 50 

Total receipte $206 61 

EXPBNDITURB. 

Cash paid for law costs $5 20 

" fuel and light 3 00 

" statutory assessment 6 49 

'* travelling expenses 75 

" salaries, director' fees, etc 2 00 

** printing, stationery, etc 8 35 

•* postage 2 19 

" commission 15 87 

Total expenditure $43 j5 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered hy Policies in force 3Ut December ^ 1895, 



System. 


Three years. 


Total. 


MatiuJ 


% c. 
103,830 00 


$ c 

103,830 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Suntem. 



Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

Polidefl new and renewed daring 1895 

Gron number daring 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutaal system Slst December, 1895 



Namber. 



55 
15 



70 



70 



Amoant. 



$ c. 

84,030 00 

19,800 00 



108,830 00 



103,830 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMICJM NOTES OK UNDERTAKINGS 
On Polietes in force Slst December, 1896, 



Total. 



Amoont of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally liable to assessment. . 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and assessments 
levied 



Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 . 



$ c 

3,114 90 

2,343 56 
594 00 



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AYR FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, ATR. 

Commenced business 13th December ^ 1893. 



President — Menno Hallman. | Secretary — Jos. Wbiglbt. 

Unassesaed premium note capital, $40,961.20. 

Assets. 

Actaal cash on hand 31at December, 1895 $ 3 33 

Amount unpaid of assessments of 1896 120 55 

« " ** of prior years 28 38 

'^ of premium notes in force after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 40,961 20 

notes less than one year overdue 10 59 

Total assets , $41,124 05 

Liabilities. 

Amount due secretary . . j $120 00 

Total liabilities $120 00 

Receipts. 

Cash on hand Slst December, 1894 (not extended) $62.77 

Cash received as first payments $1 20 86 

" for assessments of 1895 2,133 82 

" for borrowed money 2,000 00 

" for interest 66 04 



Total receipts $4,320 72 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of vianagement : 

Amount paid for interest 

<* statutory assessment and license 

" for rent 

<* salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

" printing, stationery, etc 

** postage, etc 

" expenses attending Underwriters' Association . . . 

** fee Underwriters* Association 



t 84 11 


22 69 


2 00 


126 40 


14 55 


7 00 


10 60 


2 W 



Total expenses of management $269 25 

Miscellaneous. 

Amount paid for losses of 1895 $2,000 00 

" «* " prior years 110 00 

$2,110 W 

« " rebate 91 

" " repayment of loan 2,000 00 

Total expenditure • |4,380J6 

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Sessional Papers (JNo. 9 ). 



A. 1897 



CURRBNCy OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Policies in force Stst December, 1896. 



System. 


Threa yeare. 


ToUl. 


Mutual 


$ c. 
1,098,775 00 


$ 0. 

1.098.776 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 





Number. 


Amount. 




Policies in force SUt December, 1894 

" taken daring 1895 


329 
84 


$ c. 

994,140 00 
100,895 00 




Gross nnmber and amount in force Slat December, 1895 

Deduct expired and canoeUed in 1895 


413 
19 


1,165,035 00 
56,260 00 






Net risks in force at 31flt December, 1895 


394 


1,098,776 00 



OLASSIFIOATION OP RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slat December^ 1895, 





Three years. 


Total. 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally 
liable to assessment 


$ c. 

47,819 00 

40,961 20 
7,059 60 


$ c. 

47,819 00 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
asseasmentd levied 


40,961 20 


Amount of premium notes received during the year, 1895 


7,059 50 







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DUNWICH FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, WALLACBTOWN. 

Commenced business September, 1880. 



President — John R. Gaw. | Secretary — W. A. Galbbaith. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $26,727.71. 



Assets. 



Cash on hand at head office $ 110. 12 

" in Imperial Bank, St. Thomas 1,660. 15 

$ 1,770 27 

Amount of instalments of 1895 107 85 

*' unpaid assessments levied during 1895 34 65 

" notes less than one year overdue 77 35 

** unassessed premium note capital 26,727 71 

Office safe (not extended) $110.00 

Total receipts $28,717 83 

Liabilities. — None. 

Reoeipts. 

Cash on hand at 31st December, 1894 (not extended) $965 . 96 

Amount of cash received for first payments $1,856 14 

" " " assessments levied in 1895 71 70 

" *' " " prior to 1895 100 00 

" " " interest 24 90 

Total income $2>052 74 

Expenditure. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for postage, etc $ 24 75 

" statutory assessment and license 21 76 

'* printing, stationery and advertising 32 60 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 1 45 50 

" travelling expenses 6 00 

" rent and taxes 2 08 

'' investigation of claims 11 00 

" other expenses 75 

Total expenses of management $ 244 36 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 990 92 

" rebate 9 15 

" as reward for extinguishing fire 4 00 

Total expenditure $1,248 43 

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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Polieie* in forte SUt December^ 1896. 



System. 


Three jeftn. 


ToUl. 


Mntittl 


c 
1,017,895 00 


$ 0. 

1,017,396 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Syttem. 



, 


Number. 


Amount. 


Policies in force 81st December, 1894 


884 
SIO 


$ 0. 

947,000 00 


** new and renewed during 1895 


368,125 00 






GroflB number during 1895 


1,144 
2^1 


1,315,125 00 


Deduct expired and cancelled in 1895 


297.730 00 


Net risks in force Slat December, 1895 


883 


1,017,395 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and nonhazardoas. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Polieiet in force SUt December 1895, 





Three ytar risks. 


Total. 




Amouat of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally 
liable to aaaesBmenb 


t 0. 

30,521 85 

26,727 71 
11,043 75 


$ c. 

30,521 85 

26,727 71 
11,043 75 


AmouQt of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 



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ERIE FARMEES' MDTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICE, SBLKIBK. 

Commenced btmneas 2nd September^ 1871. 

Prmdent — Edwin Hoover. Secretary — J. W. Holmks. 

Unassesaed premiam note capita!, $27,534.16. 

Assets. 

Actual cash on hand at head office $232 03 

Amount unpaid of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments 

thereon and assessments levied 27,534 16 

Total assets $27 J66 19 

Liabilities. 

Amount of adjusted loss $310 <10 

Total liabilities $310 CO 

Rrcbipts. 

Cash as per last statement (not extended) $71.68 

'* at taking of applications 173 00 

'* received as first payments, being part of payment of premium notes 

at head office 315 70 

«* assessments levied in 1895 ' 1,094 09 

Total receipts $1,582 79 

Expenditure. 

Expenses oj management : 

Amount paid for fuel and caretaker $2 00 

" statutory assessment and license 21 52 

** printing, stationery and advertising 12 75 

" salaries of directors and auditors' fees 278 00 

'* postage, telegrams and express 4 87 

" travelling expenses 3 00 

" other expenses 75 

Total expenses of management $322 89 

Amount paid for losses which occurred in 1895 . 1,099 55 

Total expenditure : $l,422 jj 

B 190 

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A. 1897 



OURRBNOY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Polieiea in force SUt Deeember, 1895, 



System. 


Four years. 


Total. 


Matoal 


8 0. 
986,490 00 


S 0. 

986,490 00 





MOVEBiENTS IN RISKS. 
MiUual Syttem. 





Number. 


Amount* 


• 

Policies in force Slst December, 1894 


782 
277 


$ c 

933,256 00 

388,436 00 


*' new and renewed daring 1896 






GroBS number during 1896 


1,069 
' 249 


1.321.6b0 00 


lissa expired and cancelled in 1896 


336,200 00 




Net risks in force on mutual system 31st December, 1896 


810 


986,490 00 





CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force SUt December ^ 1895, 



B 191 





IFour year risks. 


T tal. 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by company and legally liable 
to assessment 


$ c. 

36,562 48 

27,634 16 


36,662 48 

97 K5ti 1ft 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
•Measments levied ?....... 


Amoant of premium notes received during the year 1895 


16,324 06 1ft ^^ f^ 






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CANADIAN MILLERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICE, HAMILTON. 

Comm&nced businesh 20th September, 1878. 

President — William Snider. ) Secretary Srskol Jonbs. 

UDassessed premium note capital, $45,366.75. 



A88ET8 

Caah value of mortgages .' $22,700 00 

Actual cash on hand at head office $347 48 

Caah on deposit to the Companj^'s credit, not drawn against, in 

Bank of Hamilton, at Hamilton 10,057 09 

-^ 10,404 57 

Amount unpaid of premium notes in force, after deducting all 

payments thereon and assessments levied 45,366 75 

Less residue of premium notes given bj Company for re-insurance 807 00 

44,559 75 

Amount unpaid of first payments of 1895 625 75 

" accrued interest 610 49 



Total assets $78,900 56 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office and in bank as per last statement (not ex- 
tended) $631 95 

Cash received as first payments, beinofpart payment of premium notes . . . $15,276 SO 

'« interest 1,640 31 

" fees, etc 57 50 

Total receipts $16,974 61 

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EXPXNDITURB. 

Expenses of nmnuigement : 

Amount paid for atataiory assessment $16 72 

" printing, stationery and advertising 7470 

•' salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 2,084 02 

' postage, telegrams and express 47 81 

" travelling expenses 258 06 

** investigation and adjustment of claims 10 00 

" law costs 9 00 

" other expense^ 75 06 

Total expenses of management $2,575 37 

MisceUaneoua payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 189.) $1,598 70 

" " ** prior to 1895 2,500 00 

*4,098 70 

** rebate 281 67 

** re-insurance 246 25 

Total expenditure S7 201 99 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount eovtred by Policies in fore* Sht iJa'f nihrr, ISO/i. 



System 



On** year or 
less. 



Mutual I 

1 

/Ze-iiif>Hrau-'t . 
Mutual I 



o c 



6 

1,800 CO 



Two yearf 



$ c. 

L»,000 (0 



Thi ee years. 

$ c. 

602,050 00 

8,500 00 



Net ri^kb in force at 'M ^t Dec , 1S!»5 ' 1.8( 01 | 1?,CK)0 On ' 593,550 00 597,3n'' ( 



i:3 IN. 



r> \'x] 



Total. 



6o:),8r.o 00 



8,f>00 00 



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MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual Fiyttem. 



Policies in force Slat December, 1894 

" new and renewed daring 1895 

Gron number during 1896 • 

Les^ expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual system 31st December, 1895 



Number. 


Amoant. 


260 
91 


662,375 00 
215,280 00 


341 
101 


877,625 00 
271,776 00 


240 


605,860 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 



General Fire Insarance. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Polieiet in force 3ht December^ 1895, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by 
Company, and legally liable to astfeesment 

Amount of all premium notee, after deduct- 
ing all payments thereon and assessments 
levied 

Amount of premium notes received during 
the year 1805 

R«>oidue of premium notes given for reinsur- 
ttuce 



One year risks. Two years. 



S c. 

205 00 

172 30 

805 00 



B 194 



9 c. 

250 00 

150 00 



Three years. 



9 c. 



Total 



9 c 



74,949 25 > 75,404 25 



45,044 45 

26,518 50 

807 00 



45,366 75 
27,823 oO 

807 00 



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THE LAMBTON FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 

HlfiAD OFFIOfl, WATFORD. 

Commenced btieinees bth November, 1875. 



FrendafU — Aboh. McEnttrk. | SecrHary — W. G. Willouohby. 

UnassesBed premium note capital, $89,488.35. 



'A 8BBT8. 



Oaah on hand $141 48 

« deposit to Company's credit in Bank of Commerce, Samia. 15 85 

$157 33 

Cash in Agents' bands 6 75 

Amount of short date notes, or dae bills, less than one year overdue 926 09 

« premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon and 

assessments levied 89,488 35 

Total assets $y0,578 52 

Liabilities. 

Amount of resisted loss $1 .204 40 

•* borrowed money 1 ,500 00 

ToUl ' S2.704 40 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office and in bank, as per last statement (not extended) $221 24 

Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes $10,013 72 

" for assessments prior to 1895 556 13 

** for interest 8 83 

*' borrowed money 1 ,977 80 

Total receipts $1 2 ftre 48 

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EXPENDITURB. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for commisBioD \o agents * . . $900 75 

" statutory assessment 77 72 

" printing, stationery and advertisins; 1 G*2 35 

" salaries, directors* and auditors' fees 643 00 

*' postage, telegrams and express b6 65 

" travelling expenses 5 00 

rent of hall 8 00 

" investigation and ac^justment of claims 136 .SO 

" law costs 3 00 

" interest 5 30 

" other expenses 69 90 

Tot&l expenses of management $2,09^ 1 7 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $9,254 67 

" " " prior to 1895 509 50 

$9,76+ 17 

" rebate 25^ 0:> 

" repayment of loan 5u0 00 

Total expenditure $12,62i» :;;• 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 



Aninunt cinertd l-y Policies in force •'ilit Ikcvmhtr^ l^Uo, 



Mutual . 



System. 



Thrt© years. 



% c. 

3,97^^74 00 



ToUl. 



3.971, f 74 <» 



B 190 



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MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Si/stem. 



Policies in force 31 at Deoemberi 1894 

'* new and renewed during 1895 

Oroas nnmber and amount during 1895 

Less expired and cancallel in 1895 

Net risks ia foroe on mutual eystem Slst December, 1895 





Nun lier. 

1 


Ami unt. 




1 


S c. 




i 3,4<>J 


4,108,35*5 00 




1,196 

1 -L 

! 4,656 


1,362,2:^2 00 





5,470,590 00 




l,2o3 


1,499,016 00 


1895 . . 


3.403 


3,971,574 CO 










CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in furcc Slst DfcnnUr, IS't't. 



Amount of face of all premium notea held by C )mpany and legally 
liable to assessment 



Amonnt of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessments levied . \ 

Amonnt of premium notes received during the year 1895 



Three year 

risks. 


Total. 


§ c. 


$ c. 


119.336 95 


119,336 95 


89,488 35 


89,4^ 35 


40,840 95 


40.810 9d 



B 197 



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SYDENHAM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HKAD OFFICE, ANNAN. 

Commenced hisiness August^ 1869. 

President— Gmzov Harkness. | Secretary — Hugh Rkid 

Unaseeaaed premiam note capital, ^119,636.02. 

A8SBT8. 

Cash in Treaanrer's handa J335 32 

" Farmera' Bank, Owen Sound 710 37 

% 1,045 69 

" agenta' handa 923 11 

Amount unpaid of aaaeaamenta levied during 1895 585 69 

" " •* before 1895 (not extended) $450.76 

" of premium notea in force, after deduciing all paymenta thereon 

and aaaeaamenta levied 1 19,636 02 

Total aaaeta $122, 190 51 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office, as per laat year'a atatement (not extended) $4,802.75 

Cash received for memberahip feea $ 379 50 

'* aa firat paymenta, being part payment of premium notea. . . . 2,326 92 

** aaaeaamenta levied in 1895 3,823 73 

prior to 1895 2,20180 

*' intereat 192 00 



Total receipta $8,923 95 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for oommiaaion $ 43 95 

" inveatigation and adjuatment of claima 146 00 

" atatutorv aaae asment and licenae 97 95 

" printing atationery and advertiaing 90 18 

•* rent and taxea 20 50 

** aalariea, directors' and auditora' feea 810 20 

" poatage, telegrama and expreaa 129 19 

" other expenaea 78 70 

Total expenaea of management $1,416 6( 

Miseellaneous payments : 

Caah paid for loa^ea which occurred during 189n $7,866 46 

" « " " prior to 1895 3,396 34 

$11,262 SO 

•» rebate 1 24 



Total expenditure $12^8^^ 

B 198 



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A 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered hy Policiet in force Sist Decemhtr^ 1895, 



System. 


1 
One year or 
less. 


Two years. 


Three years. 

$ c. 

5,136,595 00 


Four years. 


.Total. 


Mntoal '. 


9 c. 

19,250 00 


9 c. 
' 44,236 00 


9 c. 

125,745 00 


9 c. 

5,326,825 00 











MOVEMENT IN RISK?. 
Mutual System, 





Number. 




. 




Policies m force 81st Deoember, 1894 ^ 


4,410 
1,518 


9 c. 
5,251,706 00 


Policies taken daring 1895 


1,800,947 00 






Total number and amount in force Slst December, 1895 

Deduct expired and cancelled in 1896 


5,928 
1.488 


7,052,653 00 
1,726,828 00 






Net risks in force at Slst Decembelr, 1896 


4,440 


6,825,825 00 







CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
All non-hazardous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slat Deeembery 1895. 



One year ct 

lefR. 



Two years. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by 
Company, and legally liable to asspR- 
ment 

Amount of all premium notes after deducting 
all payments thereon and asso sm^ntm 
levied j . 

Amount of premium notes received during 
the year 1895 i 



Three ye»=rs. 



ToUl. 



9 c. 

126,549 45 

119,636 02 
46,243 53 



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NORTH WATERLOO FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, WATERLOO. 

Commenced lusifiess 1st August, 1874. 



P resident -^ J on^ H Campbbll. | Manager — Levi Stauffkr. 

Unasseased premium note capital, $193,672 58. 



ASSETH. 

Cash in Mokon's Bank, Waterloo 6408 78 

" on hand head office 52 90 

S 461 77 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 \ \^\ 4u 

" " •* in prior years (not ex tended). $36. 29 

'' of premium notes in force, afcer deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 1 93 672 .^8 

Total assets - $195,295 75 

Liabilities. — None 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) $324.00 

Cash received for assessments levied in 1895 $8,996 85 

*' •' years prior to 1895 420 77 

Cash borrowed 12,340 00 

Total receipts . ' $21,757 62 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for interest SI 43 62 

fuel and light 4 00 

" rent and taxes 25 00 

'^ investigation and adjustment of claims 47 00 

" " law costs 50 78 

" statutory assessment and license fee 7 1 55 

*' printing, stationery and advertising 63 8U 

*' salaries, directors' and auditor's fees 717 60 

** postafi^e, telegrams and express 65 13 

" travelling expenses 18 25 

" other expenses 25 33 

Expeases of management .* $1,232 06 

MisceUaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $ 8,047 79 

Re-payment of loans 12.340 ^^ 

Total expenditure $21,619 j:'> 

B 200 j" 

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A. 1S97 



CURRESCY OF RISKS. 
Amount eoirrrdht/ Policies in fora -ftH Dfccnihfr, i.sfll 



System. 



t 



Four years, j Ti)tal. 



Mutual 



$ c. ; $ c. 

4,116,095 00 ' 4,110.035 00 



MOVEMENT IN RI^S. 

Mutual Svstem. 



Policies in force Slat December, 1894 . 
* ' new and renewed during 1895 . 

Gross number during 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 . . . 
Net risks in force Slst December, 1895. 



Number 



Amount. 



2,071 
799 



2,870 

619 

2,251 



$ c. 

; 3,760,266 00 
i 1,448,175 00 
5,208,441 00 
1,092,346 00 
4.116,095 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-bazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Poficii.^ »n f»rc( 'ilst Dcctmhcr^ 189'), 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by the Company and legally 
liable to assessment 



Amount of all premium notes after dpducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levied , 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 



I'our years. 



208,576 00 

193,672 58 
73,583 CO 



Total. 



$ c. 

208,576 00 

193,672 58 
73,583 00 



B 201 



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NICHOL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HXAD OFFICE FERGUS. 

Commenced business 1st May, 1860. 



President — William Taylor. | Secretary — John Brattir. 

rnasseased premiam note capital, $42,521.03. 



Assets. 

Gash on hand at head office $461 35 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 249 09 

" " ** in prior years (not extended) $325 48 

** of short date notes, or due bills, less than one year overdue 137 62 

" of short date notes, or due bills, one year or more overdue 

(not extended) ' $76 97 

** of premium notes in force after deduc:ing all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 42,521 03 

Total assets $43,369 09 

LlABILITIISR. 

Amount of supposed loss $550 00 

Total liabilities $550 CO 

Receipts. 

Amount cash on hand« 3 1st December, 1894 (not extended) .... $480.78 
Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes . . . $3,223 22 
" for interest 36 74 

Total receipts $3,258^96 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for agents' commission $531 00 

" investigation and adjustment of claims 22 90 

" statutory assessment and license fee 26 61 

" printing, stationery and advertising 54 60 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 466 65 

' " postage, telegrams and express 40 74 

" travelling expenses 20 00 

" other expenses 6 77 

Expenses of management $1. 169 27 

Miscellaneovs payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $2,061 08 

rebate ^ 48 04 

Total expenditure $3,278^ 

E 202 



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A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered by Policies in force Slst DecenUxr, 1896 



System. 


Three yearp. 


Total. 


Mutual 


% c. 

1,274,768 00 


$ c. 

1,274,768 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS : 
Mutual System, 



Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

*' new and renewed during 1896 

Gross number during 1896 

Less expired and cancelled in 1896 

Net risks in force on mutual systom Slst December, 1896 




Amount. 



$ c. 

1,220.782 00 
449.756 00 

1,670,488 00 
396,730 00 

1,274,758 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINCJS 
On Policies in force Slst Dcccmher, 1805. 



Three year risks. 



Amount rf face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assesFment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and'arseraments levied 

Amount of prrmtum notes received duritig the year 1895 



8 c. 

48,278 93 

42,621 03 
16,947 27 



Total. 



$ c. 

48 27B 93 

42.621 03 
16,947 27 



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Expenditure. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for commisBioD ^o agents ;8900 75 

" statutory assessoient 77 72 

" printing, stationery and advertisins: 162 55 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 643 00 

** postage, telegrams and express ti6 65 

" travelling expenses ^ OO 

" rent of hall 8 00 

** investigation and adjustment of claims 136 ^O 

" law costs 3 0(> 

" interest 5 30 

*• other expenses 69 90 

Total expenses of management f 2,09^ i 7 

Miscellaneous paymfiits : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during lb9.') $9,254 67 

«' '« " prior to 1895 509 50 

$9,764 17 

" rebate '^^^ 05 

" repayment of loan 500 00 

Total expenditure $l*2,62n :Vj 



CL'RRENCV OF RISKS. 



Auutunt nnfnd f-y Polieia in force Slit IhcnnUtr^ 1^9,'t, 



System. 



Mutual . 



Thrte jeare. 



Total. 



S r. 



3,1>7',574 00 i 31>71,.':4 (Ki 



B 196 



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A. LS97 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual System. 



Policies in force Slot December, 1894 

** new and renewed during 1895 

Gross number and amount during 1895 

Less expired and cancallei in 1895 

"Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1895 



Nuii ber. 


Auuunt. 


3,4(>J 
1,196 
4,656 
l,2c3 


« c. 

4,108,358 00 
1,362,2:^2 00 


5,470,590 00 
1,499,016 00 


3.403 


3,971,574 CO 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policifs in fore*' Slst Dicnahn\ IS'.f't. 



Three year 
risks. 



Total. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by )mpany and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 



.? c. 


$ c. 


119.336 95 


119,336 95 


89,^88 35 


89.4S8 35 


40,840 95 


40.810 9o 



B 197 



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A. 1897 



Expenditure. 



Expenses of management : 



Amount paid for commisBioc 'to agents 

*' statutory assessment 

'' printing, stationery and advertising; . . 

** salaries, directors' and auditors' fees . . 

'* postage, telegrams and express 

" travelling expenses 

** rent of hall 

*^ investigation and adjustment of claims 

" law co^ts 

" interest 

" other expenses 



TotUil expenses of management 



$900 


75 


77 


72 


162 


55 


643 


00 


86 


65 


5 


00 


8 


00 


136 


30 


3 


00 


5 


30 


69 


90 


r2,09b 


17 



MisceUaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 189.') $9,254 67 

" '< " prior to 1895 509 50 



rebate , 

repayment of loan 



$9,76-; 17 
258 05 
500 00 



Total expenditure $12,62'.) :Vj 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 



Auiuunt covert d f>y Policies in force SUt Jhcvthhtr^ It^On 



Mutual . 



System. 



Three ^ears. 



$ r. 

3, 97 ',574 00 



Total. 



3.971, ?74 iKi 



B 196 



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A. LS97 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual System. 



I Nun ter. 



Aintunt. 



Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

•' new and renewed during 1895 

GrosB number and amount during 1895 . . . 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 1805 . . 



3,4(>J 
1,196 
4,65« 
1,203 



$ c. 

4,108,358 00 
1,362,2:^2 00 
5,470,590 00 
i 1,499,016 00 



3,403 



3.971,574 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On PoHcirs in force Sht Dfremhtr, IS!^-'*. 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and assessments levied . . 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 



Three year 
rislcB. 


Total. 


S c. 


$ c. 


119.336 95 


119,336 95 


89,488 35 


89,4^ 35 


40,H40 95 


40.810 96 



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SYDENHAM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HBAD OFFICE, ANNAN. 

Commenced hAsinesa August^ 1869. 



President— G\i>^o^ Habknbss. | Secretary — Hugh Rkid 

Unassessed premiam note capital, $119,636.02. 

ASSBTB. 

Cash in Treaaurer's hands |335 32 

" Farmers' Bank, Owen Sound 710 37 

f 1,045 69 

'* agents' hands 923 11 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 585 69 

" " ** before 1895 (not extended) $450.76 

" of premium notes in force, after deduciing all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 1 19,636 02 

Total assets $122,190 51 

LiABiLiTiBS. — None. 

Rbcbipts. 

Cash at head office, as per last year's statement (not extended) $4,802.75 

Cash received for membership fees $ 379 50 

** as first payments, being part payment of premium notes .... 2,326 92 

** assessments levied in 1895 3,823 73 

" »' " prior to 1895 2,201 80 

»' interest 192 00 



Total receipts $8,923 95 

Exfbnditurb. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for commission 

'* investigation and adjustment of claims 

" statutory assessment and license 

'* printing stationery and advertising 

" rent and taxes 

'* salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

" postage, telegrams and express 

" other expenses 



$ 43 95 


146 00 


97 95 


90 18 


20 50 


810 20 


129 19 


78 70 



Total expenses of management $1,416 67 

Miscellarheous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 189n $7,866 46 

« " " " prior to 1895 3,396 34 

$11,262 80 

•• rebate 1 24 

Total expenditure $1 2,680^ H 

B 198 



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60 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No 9 ). 



A 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

Amount covered hi/ Policies in force Sist December^ 1896, 



System. 


1 
One year or 
less. 


Two years. 


Three years. 


Four yrars. 


, TotaJ. 


Mntual ' 


$ c. 

19,250 00 


$ c. 

' 44,235 00 


$ c. 

5,186,595 00 


$ c. 

125,745 00 


$ c. 

5,325,825 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System, 





Number. 


Amount. 




Policies in force Slst December, 1894 4 


4.410 
1,518 


$ c. 

5,251,706 00 


Policies taken daring 1896 


1,800,947 00 






Total number and amount in force Slst December, 1895 

Deduct expired and cancelled in 1895 


5,928 
1,488 


7,052,663 00 
1,726,828 00 






Net risks in force at Slst Deoembek*, 1895 


4,440 


5,825,825 00 







CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
All non-hazardous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slat Deeembrr, 1895. 





One year cr 

lOFH. 


Two yeais. 
$ c. 


Three yei-rs. 


Total. 




Amount of face of all premium notes held by 
Company, and legally liable to asses - 
ment 


$ c. 


9 c. 


S c. 

126,549 45 

119,636 02 
46,243 53 


Amount of all premium notes after deducting 
all payments thereon and ssso sments 
levied.. 


1 
. 1 


Amount of premium notes received during 
the year 1895 1 . 






/ 1 





B 199 



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60 Victoria, Sessional Tapers (Xo. 9 ! A. 1897 



NORTH WATERLOO FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFflCE, WATERLOO. 

Commenced Imainess Ist August ^ 1874. 



President— J oum H Campbell. | Manager — Levi Stauffkr. 

Unassessed premium note capital, $193,672 58. 



Asset.*?. 

Oash in Molaon's Bank, Waterloo S408 78 

" on hand head office 52 90 

8 461 77 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 I \^\ 4(i 

" " •* in prior years (not extended). 836. 29 

^* of premium notes in force, afcer deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 1 93 672 .>8 



Total assets 8195,295 75 

Liabilities. — None 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) $324.00 

Cash received for assessments levied in 1895 .- $8,996 85 

*' years prior to 1895 420 77 

Cash borrowed 12,340 00 



Total receipts / $21,757 62 

Expenditure. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for interest 

fuel and light , 

rent and taxes 

investigation and adjustment of claims 

law costs 

statutory assessment and license fee 

printing, stationery and advertising 

salaries, directors' and auditor's fees 

posta&^e, telegrams and express 

travelling expenses 

other expenses 



$143 62 


4 00 


25 00 


47 00 


50 78 


71 55 


63 SO 


717 60 


65 13 


18 25 


25 .33 



Expeases of management .* $1,232 06 

Miscellaneous paymenU : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $ 8,047 79 

Repayment of loans 12,340 00 

Total expenditure $21,619 J5 

B 200 ' 

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Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). 



A. 1897 



OURRESCY OF RISKS. 
Amount coverrdhn Polirien in forct ."itit December^ LsU't 



System. 



I Four years. 



Total. 



Mutual 



I $ c. $ c. 

I 4,116,095 00 ' 4,11(1.035 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual System. 



Policies in force Slat December, 1894 
*' new and renewed during 1895 

Gross number during 1895 

Leas expired and cancelled in 1895 . . . 
Net risks in force 3l8t December, 1895 , 



Number 



Amount. 



2,071 
799 



2,870 

619 

2,261 



$ c. 

3,760,266 00 
1,448,175 00 
5.208,441 00 
1,092,346 00 
4.116,095 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-bazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On PoUrif.^ in forn -ilst Dcctmhcr^ 1895, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by the Company and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 1895 

. ~B 20l 



I'our years. 



Total. 



208,576 00 ! 208,576 00 



193,672 58 
73,583 CO 



193,672 58 
73,583 00 



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60 Victoria Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 



NICHOL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE FERGUS. 

Commenced business Ist May, 1860. 



President — William Taylor. | Secretary— J ouv Bbattib. 

Unassessed preminm note capital, $42,521.03. 



Assets. 

Gash on hand at head office $461 35 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 249 09 

" '* •* in prior years (not extended) .... $325 48 

<< of short date notes, or due bills, less than one year overdue 137 62 

" of short date notes, or due bills, one year or more overdue 

(not extended) $76 97 

'* of premium notes in force after deduc:ing all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 42,521 03 

Total assets $43,369 09 

Liabilities. 
Amount of supposed loss $550 00 

Total liabilities $550 CO 

Receipts. 

Amount cash on hand, 31st December, 1894 (not extended) .... $480.78 
Cash received as first payments, being part payment of premium notes ... $3,223 22 
«• for interest 35 74 

Total receipts $3,258 96 

Expenditure. 

Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for agents' commission $531 00 

investigation and adjustment of claims 22 90 

statutory assessment and license fee 26 61 

printing, stationery and advertising 54 60 

salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 466 65 

postage, telegrams and express 40 74 

travelling expenses 20 00 

other expenses 6 77 



(« 



Expenses of management $1, 169 27 

Miscellaneovs payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $2,061 08 

rebate ^ 48 04 

Total expenditure $3,278 3^ 

E 202 



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Sessional Papers (No. i* ). 



A, 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 

AmouiU covered by Policies in force SUt December, 1896 



System. 


Three year* . 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ c. 
1,274,768 00 


$ c. 

1.274,758 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS : 
Mutual System, 



Policies in force Slat December, 1894 

" new and renewed during 1895 

Gross number during 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 

Net risks in force on mutual system Slst Df oember, 1895 



Number. 



977 



Amount. 



• 


$ c. 


928 


1,220,782 00 


354 


449.756 00 


1,282 


1,670,488 00 


305 


396,780 00 



1.274,758 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and xi(.n hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNI)ERTAKIN(;S 
On Policies in foree 3Ut Dccemher^ 1895. 



Three year risks. 



Amount r f face of all premium nott's held by Company, and legally 
liable to assesitment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon 
and*arsefqnnents leved ; 

Amount of prrmium notes received during the year 1895 ' 



$ c. 

48,278 93 

42,521 03 
16,947 27 



Total. 



$ c. 

48 273 93 

42,521 03 
16,947 27 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (JNo. 9 ). A. 1897 



GERMANFA FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE OpMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICB, LOT 4, CONCESSION 8, TOWNSHIP OF NORMANBY. 

Commenced husinestg 16/^ March^ 1878 

President — J no. Roedding. | Secretary — Geo. Hopf. 

Unafsefsed premittm note capital, $65,859.28 

t 

Assets. 

Actual cash on haiid at head office 8125 18 

" toCompiny'scredit in Merchants' Bank, Walkerton. 2,246 95 

182,372 13 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 13 73 

" " assessments of 1895 141 40 

'^ of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments tbereon 

and assessments levied 65,859 28 

Total assets ^ $68.386 54 

Liabilities — None 

Receipts. 

Cash at head officeand inbank, per last statement (not extended )$1, 64 1 00 

Cash received for first payments on premium notes 8226 43 

*' assessments levied in 1895 1 ,766 53 

'■' " years prior to 1895 60 1 5 

" interest 6=) 30 

" surrender of policy 6 20 

Total receipts $2,1 24 61 

Expenditure. 
Expenses of management : 

Amount paid for rent $1 GO 

*' statutory assessment and license.' 32 43 

" priuting, stationery and advertising 45 50 

" salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 170 GO 

*' travelling expenses 12 60 

*' postage, telegrc^ms and express 29 95 

• " investigation and adjustment of claims 10 50 

Total expenses of management $31)1 88 

Aiiount of loss which occurred during 1895 1,092 05 

Total expenditure $1,393 93 

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60 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers^ No 9 ). 



A. 1897 



CURRE^CY OF RISKS. 

Avu/unt coirred by Policies in force SUt Lecernber, 1895. 



System. 


One year 
or lesB. 


Two years 


Three years. 


Four years. 


Total. 


Mutual 


$ c. 

2,560 00 


12,160 00 


$ c. 

13,576 00 


1 c. 
1,699,470 00 


$ c. 

1,727,755 00 


MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 

Mutual Si/8tc7}i, 






Number. 


Amount. 


Policies in force Slst Decembe 

*' new and renewed du 

Grocs number durinf? IbSo. . . 

LeB8 expired and cancelled in 1 


r, 1S94 

•Mijr 'KOo 


1,121 
158 


$ c. 

1,549,785 CO 

199,395 CO 


i<\f'. 


1,279 
26 


1,749,180 00 
21,425 00 




Neb riaks in force on mutual >-\' tf m Slat Oncember. 1895 




1,263 1.727.755 00 






' 









CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm suid non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policir.'i in for.' 3ht iJfcnnhtr, /<V,0.v. 





One year 
rinks. 


Two year 
risks. 


Three year 
tieks. 


Four year 
risks. 


Total. 


Amount of faceof all premium 
notes held by Company and 
legally liable to assessment. 


$ c. 


•^ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


§ c. 


44 75 


297 00 


431 50 * 


69.293 60 


70,066 85 


Amount of all premium notes, 
after deducting all paymentu 
thereon and assesamenta 
levied 


40 87 
44 75 


284 06 
83 00 


418 49 

218 50 


65,115 86 
7,535 35 


65,8:9 18 


Amount of premium notes re- 
• ceived duriog the year 1^95. 


7,f8l CO 



B 205 



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COUNTY OF BKAKT FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

BEAD OFFIOB, PARIS. 

Commenced business 27th May^ 1861. 

President — F. J. Patten, M. D. | Secretary — Wm. Tubnbdll. 

Unssaessed preQjium note capital, $118,503.26. 

ASSBTS. 

Cash on hand at head office $ 60 48 

Amount of assessments ot 1895 unpaid .* 2,986 47 

l^„,«* " of prior years (not extended) $400.00 

*< premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 1 18,503 26 

Total assets $121.550 2 1 

LlABILITIBS. '— — r 

Amount of borrowed money $5,861 35 

w interest 29 30 

«* loHbes adjusted 498 00 

Total liabUities $6,388 65 

Rbcbiptb. — — — — 

Cash[at head office, as per last statement (not extended) $1,865.75 I 

" ireoeived for assessments levied in 1895 $ 9,^33 15 i 

M " « prior to 1895 6,137 20 I 

" borrowed money 961 35 | 

" other sources ^ 94 66 | 



Total receipts $16,526 36 

Expenditure. — — ^— 

Expenses ofmanagenunt : 

Amount paid for commission $ 1 0^3 80 

« investigation and adjustment of claims 107 55 

•« interest 518 .19 

<* statutory assessment and license 88 13 

'< printing and advertising 43 54 

«< rent and taxes 51 50 

•( salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 793 30 

" postage, stationery, telegrams and express 9 1 75 

** travelling expenses 20 CO 

" fuel and light 5 60 

" ^ other expenses 15 90 

Total expenses of management $2,789 46 

Miscellaiveous payments : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 $8,346 20 

" " prior to 1895 2,696 00 

$11,04-? 20 

*' in repayment of loan 4 5CD 00 

Total expenditure ^ $18,331 66 

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Sessional Papers (JNo, 9 ). 



A 1897 



CURRENCY OP RISKS. 
Amount covered hp Folieiet in force Slst December , 1895. 



System. 


Four yean. 


Total. 


Motnal 


% c. 

4J64,195 50 


$ c. 

4.764.195 60 





MOVEMENT IN RISKS : 
Mutual Spstem, 





Number. 


Amount, 




Policies in force Slst December, 1894 

'* taken during 1895, new and renewed 


S,145 
1,154 


$ c. 

4.696.787 50 
1,712,660 00 






Gross number and amount of risks during 1895 

Less expired and cancelled in 1895 


4,299 
1,080 


6,409,397 50 
1,645,202 00 


Net risks in force Slst December, 1895 


3,219 

• 


4,764 195 50 




« 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non-hazardous. 

PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 

On Policies in force Slst December, 1896, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment 

Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
asaeasments levied 

Amoant of premium notes received during the year 1895 



Four year risks. 


Tc.tal. 


$ c. 

141,201 72 

118,503 26 
50,374 80 


$ c. 

141,201 72 

118,503 26 
50,374 eo 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. .9 ). A, IS97 



OTTER MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICB, NORWICH. 

Commenced bimnsss \Sth August, 1887. 

President — ^John Topham. | Secretary — H. Van Valkekbvug. 

Unasaessed premium note capital, $31,396.80. 



Assets. 



Actual cash on hand at head office for year ending 3l8t December, 1895 . . |368 60 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deductii g all pa}ment8 i hereon 

and assessmenta levied 31.396 80 

Amount unpaid of instalments of 1895 105 00 

•* •* piior to 1895 (not frxteuded)! *2.3.^ 



Total assets ' $5.31.930 40 



Liabilities. 

Amount of proaiesory note jf^GOO GO 

" interest due 'J 1 50 



Total $62\ 50 



Rkceipts. 

Cash on hacd per last statement (not exteLd^d) $188. 38 

" rt^ceived for first payuientb §:r)9 56 

" ** assessments of 1895 1,378 50 

♦' " first payments prior 1o \^.\)^) . 36 90 

** boriowed money . . • 6U0 ('0 

* ** carpenters' ribks, etc 7 20 



Total receipts ^2 6 1 5 1 G 

ExPfcNDllURK. 

Expenses of nuinayement : "^ 

Amount paid for investigation of claims :?9 OU 

" salaries, direotrrs' aLd Muditoih' feet 177 OU 

'* stationery, printing, advertising and pOv^tat^e 59 9S 

" interest 4 53 

" travelling expenses 3 60 

" statutory assessment and licence 19 6- 



Total expenses of management ^273 93 

Amount paid for lu-s which occur let) during 1895 Sl,'137 00 

" *' " prior to KSi*5 20 (-0 

— Sl,457 ('<> 

" *' reb»t« , 01 

*' in repayment of loan 7(;0 f'O 

Total expenditure §1^.43^ ^^ 

13 20cS 



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60 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). 



A. 1897 



CUERBNOY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered hy Polieie$ in force Slst December^ 1896, ^ 



SyBtem. 


Three yean. 


ToUl. 


MatiiAl . 


1,006,890 00 


$ c; 

1.006.390 00 







MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 



Polioies in f oroe 3Ut December, 1694 . . 
" new and renewed during 1696 

QfOBB nmnber during 1696. 

Lees expired and cancelled in 1696 

Net riakB in force Slat December, 1696 




CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Slat December ^ 1896, 



Amoont of face of all premium notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assesBment 

Amount of all premium notef , after deducting all paymentB thereon and 
aBseasmentB levied 

Amount of premium notee received during the year 1695. 

TTi^. B209 



Three years. 



$ c 

84,569 41 

81,896 60 
18,986 61 



Total 



84,569 00 

81,896 80 
18,936 61 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 



MIDLAND MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 



HBAD OFFICE, UXBRIDGJB. 

Commeficed business 25th March, 1895. 



Presitlent — W. H. Hamilton. | Secretary — Hugh MoKat. 

UnasseBsed premiam note capital, 911>579.98. 



ASSBTS. 



Actual cash on hand at head office $1,261 94 

" in agents' hands 44 51 

Amount of short date notes less than one year over due 238 20 

" premium notes in force after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied $1 1^579 98 

less residue of premium notes given for re-insurance 49 12 



11,530 86 
TotaKassets 1 13,075 51 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash received as first payments $2,854 29 

Total receipts '. $2, 654 29 

Expenditure. 

Expenses of Management : 

Cash paid for agents' commission 

" law costs 

** fuel and light 

" license and filing fee 

** travelling expenses 

** salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 

** printing, advertising and stationery 

** postage and telegrams 

'^ all other expenses 



Total expenses of management 



Miscellaneoiis : 

Cash paid for losses which occurred during 1895 . 
»* rebate 



$ 291 86 


44 45 


3 65 


35 00 


13 45 


226 50 


80 85 


19 45 


29 81 


$745 02 


612 28 


35 05 



Total expenditura 81.392 J5 

B 210 n i 

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60 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 9 ) 



A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
AitwwfU covered by Polieies in foree Slst December 1896, 



System. 


One year. 


Three years. 


ToUl. 


Mutual 


$ 0. 

2,200 00 


$ c. 

439,090 00 


9 0. 

441,290 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
MutucU System, 



Polidee new and renewed during 1895 

6ro8B number daring 1896 

Less expired or canoeUed in 1896 

Nei riaks in force on mutual system 3lBt December, 1895 

CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non -hazardous. 




441,290 00 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policies in force Slst December , 1893. 





One year risk. 


Three year risk. 


Total. 


Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company 


9 c. 

39 60 


9 c. 

14,436 38 


9 c 

14,474 98 

11,679 78 
14,684 98 


Amount of all premium notes, after deducting all pay- 
ments thereon and assessments levied 






14,684 98 



B 211 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). A. 1897 

CULROSS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, TEB8WATBB. 

Commenced business 3rd June, 1872. 



Fresident — Thouas Allison. Secretary — G. A. Prikglk. 

Unasaessed premium note capita?, $31,690.44. 



Assets. 



Cash on hand at head office $298 32 

Cash on deposit to Company's credit in Bank of Hamilton, 

Wingham agency 1,059 95 

$1,358 27 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 537 37 

* '* •* " of prior years 26 50 

*' of premium notes in force, after deducting all payments thereon 

and assessments levied 31,690 44 

Totalassete , $33^12J8 

Liabilities. — None. 

Receipts. 

Cash at head office as per last statement (not extended) $1,875.75 

Cash received for assessments levied in 1895 $730 47 

" " years prior to 1895 267 93 

" interest 54 44 

Total receipts $1,052 84 

Expenditure. 

Expenses of mcmagemeni : 

Amount paid for postage $16 24 

*' statutory assessment and license 21 57 

*' salaries, directors' and auditors' fees 136 00 

*' printing, stationery and adveftibing 40 10 

" rent and taxes 12 00 

« commission to agents 226 00 

*' other expenses 26 75 

Total expenses of management $478 66 

Miscellaneous payments : 

Cash paid for losses of 1895 $1,091 66 

Total expenditure $1.570 32 

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Sessional Papers (No. 9 ). 



A. 1897 



CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
Amount covered by Polieiea in foree Slat Deeember, 1895. 



Syitem. 




Total. 


Mntnal 


9 c. 

$826,690 00 


$ 0. 

9826,600 00 





MOVJSMENT IN RISKS. 
MutwU System, 






Number. 


Amoant. 


Net risks ID foxce 81rt December, 1895 


568 


9 e. 

9826,590 00 



CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS: 
Farm and non-hazardoiiB. 

PERMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On PoUeieM in foree Sltt December^ 1896. 



Amoant of face of all preminm notes held by Company, and legally 
liable to assessment '. 

Amoimt of all preminm notes, after deducting all payments thereon and 
assessmfiDts levied 

Amount of preminm notes receiyed dnring the year 1895 

B~2i3 '' 



Three year risks. 



9 c. 

988,063 60 

81,690 44 
18,859 16 



Total. 



9 c. 

88,063 60 

81,690 44 
18,867 16 



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60 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No 9 ). A. 1897 

NORFOLK COUNTY FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OFFICE, 8IM00B. 

Commenced business d>Oih January, 1882. 



President— Wu. Dawson. | Secretary'-T. A. Moore. 

Unaasesaed premium note capital, $26,268.86. 

Assets. 

Cash in treasurer's hands 9 4 27 

Amount of premium notes in force, after deducting all paymiBnts thereon 

and assessments levied 26,268 86 

Amount unpaid of assessments levied during 1895 259 64 

" " " prior to 1895 (not extended) $545 41 

" short date notes 230 !)0 

Total assets $26,763 2 7 

Liabilities. 

Amount of claims adjusted $ 925 00 

" money borrowed 3,000 00 

" salaries and directors' fees, etc 264 27 

Total liabilities $4,189 27 

Revenue Account. 

Amount of cash on hand Slat December, 1894 (not extended). . $158 12 
Cash received as first payments or deposits, being part payment of pre- 
mium notes $1,094 61 

Cash received for assessments levied in 1895 1,452 16 

prior to 1895 8192 

" interest 2 40 

Cash borrowed 560 00 

Transfer fees, etc 23 25 

Total receipts $3,204 34 

Expenditure. 
Eocpenses of Management : 

Amount paid for commission $667 41 

" printing, stationery and advertising 49 15 

'* statutory assessment and license 21 62 

" salaries and auditors' fees for 1895 542 64 

'* postage, telegrams and express IB 65 

•* interest 122 25 

" law costs 54 50 

Expensesof management (carried forward) $1,476 22 

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A. 1897 



Expensefl of management (brought forward) $1,476 22 

Iiiscellaneou8 payments : 

Cash paid for loeses which occurred daring 1895 $1,733^00 

" " prior to 1895 123:00 

1,856 00 

rebate 5 72 

" re-insurance 8 50 

" other expenditure 1 1 75 

Total expenditure 13,358 19 

CURRENCY OF RISKS. 
AmowU covered by Policies in force Slat Deeember^ 1896, 



Syatem. 


Three years. 


Four years. 

% 0. 

216,666 00 


Total. 


Mutual 

LfMs re-iiKnmico 


$ c. 

766,898 00 

1,000 00 


9 0. 

982,668 00 

1,000 00 






Net risks at 8Ut December, 1896 


764,893 00 


216,666 00 


981,668 00 



MOVEMENT IN RISKS. 
Mutual System. 








Number. 


Amount. 


Policies in force Slst December, 1894 


1,049 
460 


930,448 00 




406,760 00 








Gross number daring 1896 


1,499 
414 

1,086 


1,839,198 00 


Less expired and cancelled in 1896 


866,640 00 


Net risks in force on mutual system Slst December, 


1896 




982,668 00 









CLASSIFICATION OF RISKS : 
Farm and non -hazardous. 



PREMIUM NOTES OR UNDERTAKINGS 
On Policiee in force Slst December, 1895, 



Amount of face of all premium notes held by Company, 



and legally liable to assessment, 
ofall 



Amount otall premium noter, after deducting all pay- 
ments tberton and assessments levied 

Amount of premium notes received during the year 
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18,278 26 



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DIVISION G 



FRIENDLY SOCIETIES : BEING SOCIETIES REGISTERED BY THE PRO- 
VINCE OF ONTARIO FOR THE TRANSACTION OF INSURANCE 
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DIVISION 0.— FRIENDLY SOCIETIES: BELNG SOOIEriES REGISTERED 
BY THE PROVINCE OF ONTARUX FOR THE TRANSACTION OF 
INSURANCE THEREIN. 



ABSTRACT OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS; ALSO OF APPLI- 
CATIONS FOR REGISTRY FILED SINCE 
LAST REPORT. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA 
Annual Statement for thb Ybar Ending 31st Dbobmbbb, 1895. 



Organized Idth Jaly, 1871, incorporated in Ontario, 9th, April, 1874. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at the Slst December, 1895, were as follows : 

Albert O. Jeffery, High Chief Ranger London. 

H. J. Snelgrove, High Sub Chief Ranger Cobourg. 

Harry E. Griffiths, High Court Treasurer Toronto. 

Levi Seoord, M.D., High Court Medical Examiner Brantford. 

W. Baird, High Court Senior Woodward Gait. 

Robert A. Pyne, High Court Junior Woodward Winnipeg. 

W. F. Raid, High Court Senior Beadle Barria 

G. Dulmage, High Court Junior Beadle Belleville. 

W. Williams, Permanent Secretary Toronto. 

I. CURBBNGT OE InsURANCB CbRTIFICATBB. 

Amount covered by contracts other than for endowments, or for sick or funeral 
benefits in force 3ist December, 1895, (1,289,250.00. 

II. Movbhbnt in Insuranob Cebtifioatbs. 
(a) ContraeU/or EndawmerUs or for benefits in the nature th&reof. 



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{b) CotUrucls for Insurance other than EndcwmenU, Siek Ben^Us or Funeral Benefits. 





Number. 


Amount 


OontractB in force 8l8t Deo. 1894 


1,067 
164 


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197,260 00 


ContractB taken daring 1896, new and renewec 


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1.221 
102 


1,412,260 00 




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91 


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14,000 00 

109,000 00 




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Total deductions extended 


102 


128,000 00 


128,000 00 




Net Ck>ntracts on foot 81 st December, 1895. . . 






1,119 


1,289,250 00 









III. FuNKBAL Benefits. 

Funeral Benefits are paid by the Supreme Body. 

The total membership of the branches' of the High Court as at Slst December, 1895, 
was as follows : 



Subordinate bodies. 
Juvenile branches . 
Auxiliary branches. 

Total . 



12,M5 
1,925 
1,869 

16,309 



Number of Members died in 1895, 97^ as follows : subordinate bodies, 88 ; juvenile 
branches, 3 ; auxiliary bodies, 6. 

The total amount of funeral benefits paid, in 1895 in respect of deceased members 
was )(9,125.00, as follows: Supreme Body, $8,750.00; juvenile branches, $75.00; 
auxiliary branches, (300.00 

The number of members' wives deceased in 1895 was 49. 

The total amount of funeral benefits paid in 1895 in respect of deceased wives was 
$2,375.00. 

The total actual cash standing to credit of the Sick and Funeral Benefit Fond at Slst 
December, 1895, was $108,733.74, viz.: Supreme Body, $6,385.41 ; subordinate bodies, 
$90,229.42 ; juvenile branch, $8,653.16 ; auxiliary bodies, $3,465.75. 

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lY. Sick Bbnbfitq. 

The Sick Benefits are paid partly by the Supreme Body and partly by the subordi- 
nate bodies. 

The number of members who received Sick Benefits in 1895 was 2,812, viz.: sub- 
ordinate bodies, 2,512 ; juvenile branches, 300 ; auxiliary bodies, (no returns). 

The total amount of benefits paid in 1896 in respect of sick members was 146,104.26 
viz.: Supreme Body, $6,537.37 ; subordinate bodies, |38,336.89 ; juvenile branches, 
$1,230.00; auxiliary bodies, (no returns). 

The number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895 was 15,777, viz.: subordinate 
bodies, 14,957 ; juvenile branches, 820 ; auxiliary bodies, (no returns). 

The amount paid for medical attendance during 1895 was $15,753.22, viz.: subordi- 
nate bodies, $13,828.22 ; juvenile branches^ $1,925.00 ; auxiliary bodies, (no returns). 

ASSBTS. 



High 
Court 



Gash vftlue of real estate 

*• mortflfages 

Bonds, debentures and securities other than mortgages 

Afltual cash on hand, DeGember 3l8t, 1896 ,, 

Cash on deposit Imperial Bank, Toronto 

" Bank of Toronto, Oobourg 



Huron k Erie Loan and Savings Co., 
London 



sundry Banks 

P. O. Savings Bank. 



Dues and assessments due and unpaid on certificates in 
vi 1 1 force 



Paid into Court re Cerri . 
All other assets 



Totals 46.694 91 



3 c. 



6,829 60 

884 12 

9,733 94 

2,901 36 

6,017 07 



1,699 24 

1,065 00 

17,484 68 



Subordinate 
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3 0. 

23,629 36 

16.023 61 

8,666 76 

9,676 08 



Auxiliary 
Bodies. 



62,282 07 
S.691 94 

13,357 68 



28,463 67 



3 0. 



146 81 



156,671 17 



2,318 94 



260 07 



Total. 



3 c. 

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16.023 61 
16,386 26 
10,687 01 
9,783 94 
2,901 36 

6,017 07 

64,601 01 

3,691 94 

16,056 92 

1,066 00 

46,198 42 



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High 

Ooiirt. 


Sabordinate 
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Total. 


Aggregate amount of liabilities 


3 0. 
412 80 


3 c. 
19,184 90 


3 c 

19,597 20 


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9412 HO 


319.184 90 


319,597 20 



VII. MiSCELANBOUS. 



ActionB or proceedings instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society dmimg 
1895: The following action was instituted against Court No. 7,045, viz: '^Cerrim. 
Ancient Order of Foresters." This is an action claiming $1,000. The defence of the 
Society is that a fraudulent statement was mada The case is stUl in course of trial. 

Assessments mlide for purposes of life insurance certificates are sta^ sums payable 
on the first day of each month in advance* 

Twelve payments were made in 1895. 

The Society's accounts were audited in July, 1895, and in January, 1896. 

The Society's accounts are kept in the following books : cash, journals, ledgers, records 
and registers, and monthly balances. 

Names and post office addresses of the auditors for 1895 were as follows : R Howie, 
Guelph ; John Anderson, Montreal, and John B. Buckingham, Hamilton. 

No changes were made in the organization or management of the Society during 1895. 

Contributions were raised during 1895, 



VIIL Ca8H Becbifis. 

High Court cash balances from 1894 (not extended) $30,955 10 

Subordinate Courts (not extended) 62,446 5S 

Juvenile branches (not extended) 10,3^8 03 

Circles (not extended) 5,852 2« 

Total $109,610 jl 

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VII^. Cash Riobipts. — Continued. 





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Subordinate 
Bodiee. 


Juvenile 
Branches. 


Auxiliary 
Bodies. 


CMh reoeiTed during 1896 from : 

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3 0. 

274 00 
82,234 24 

16 00 

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610 74 
8»06S 02 


3 c 

8,928 01 

98,660 83 

97 01 

8,004 24 

196 80 

3,694 05 


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5,486 25 


1,621 06 


Rent 

Supplies sold 

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Premium for gnmrantee of lodge officers 

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Totals 


388,916 80 


3106,696 44 


35.486 26. 


31,680 10 







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High Court. 


Subordinate 
Bodies. 

1 

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3 c. 


Juvenile 
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1 


Auxiliary 
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Cash paid during 1895 for : 

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Returned application fees 


3 c 
26 72 


■ 
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3 e. 


Per capita tax and levies 


4,868 77 






Commission 


694 69 




Interest 


679 85 






Law c^i^sts 


1,680 86 
1,411 86 






Samdiflfl bonirht ... 


2,679 75 
12,284 84 












Expense of Annual Meeting «.... 

Rent, light, heat and taxes 


8,695 19 

860 00 

3,800 88 

712 60 

178 02 

880 08 

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2,087 97 

25 00 






6,788 66 
8,025 26 






Salanm? officers' and Auditor*' fees 






Clerk hire 






Printinsr. stationerv and advnrtisinflr 


1,904 54 

889 22 

610 74 

8,063 02 

1,601 88 






Postage, telegrams and express 






Premiums for guarantee ol lodge officers 

Offidal journal 










Regisbation fee 












Life insurance claims other than endowments . . 
Funeral benefits 


318^892 61 

14,000 00 

11,200 00 

6,687 87 


342,980 98 








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Sick benefits 


88,886 89* 

18,828 23 

2,444 08 

2,705 78 

3100,296 90 


1,166 66 
1,925 00 




Medical attendance 




Rxpenditnre other th^n mnj of the foi^oing . . . 


125 00 
2,619 62 


' 457 42 








Total expenditure 


347,774 60 


38,080 00 


3757 43 



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SUPREME COURT OF THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.* 

Annual Staticment for the Tear Ending 31st December, 1895. 

Head Offioe, 70 Yonge Street^ Toronto. 

Organized Ist July, 1881, incorporated in Ontario 23rd July, 1881. 



The Exeontive Officers of the Society at the Slat day of December, 1896, were 
follows : 

Oronhytekha, M.D., Supreme Chief Ranger Toronto, Ont 

Edwanl BottereU, Past Supreme Chief lUnger Ottawa, Ont 

D. D. Aitken, Supreme Vice-Chief Ranger Flint, Mich. 

John A. McGillivray, Q.C., Supreme Secretary Toronto, Ont. 

H. A. Collins, Supreme Treasurer Toronto, Ont. 

Thomas Millman, M.D., Supreme Physician Toronto, Ont. 

Hon. W. Wedderburn, (Judge), Supreme Councillor .... Hampton, N.B. 

I. CURRBNOT OF INSURANCE CERTIFICATES. 





Maturing. 




1900. 


Subsequently 


Total 


Amount covered by endotrment contracts in force Slat Dec., 181^. 

Amount covered by contracts other than for Endowments or for 
Sick or Funeral Benefits, in force Slst December, 1895 


$ 0. 

3.000 00 


$ c. 

1,806,000 00 


$ 

1,808,000 00 

106,219,600 00 










TotAl. 81ftt Deoftmber. 189S 






108.037.600 CO 











II. Movement of Insurance Certificates. 
(a) Coniracts for Endowmeni or for B&nefUa in the nature thereof. 





• 




Number. 


Amount. 






Contracts in force Slst December, 1894 


841 
449 


3 c 

1,204,600 00 

S08,6r0 00 


Aid contracts taken during 1895 new or renev 
Gross number and amount of contracts on fool 


Fed 


t at any time during 1895 




1,290 


1,806,000 00 




Number. 


Amount. 




Deductions- 
Contracts matured 




% c. 




*• lapsed 








Total deductions extended 
















Net contracts on foot Slst December, 1895. . . 






1,290 


1,806,000 00 










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(b) CorUraets of Insurar^ce other than BndotameniSj Sick BeneJUs or Funeral Benefits. 









Number. 


Amount. 




CoDtractfl in foroe Slbt December, 1894 


69,214 
28,489 


$ c 
86,802,000 00 

28,470,600 00 


Add otntracts taken daring 1896, new or renei 
Grow numbei^and amount of oontracts on foo 


tred 




t at any time during 1896 




92,708 
7,472 


118,772,600 00 


DeduitionB : 


Number. 


Amount. 




466 
7,016 


% 0. 

689,600 00 
6,968,600 CO 




Contracte lapsed in 1896 








Total deduction ertended 


7,472- 


7,668,000 00 


7.663,000 00 


Met oontracts on foot at Slat December, 1896. 


86,281 
86,621 


106,219,600 00 
108,027,600 00 


Grand total of certificate holders in A and B, 
Slit IJecember, 1896 















II r. Funeral Bbnbfitb. 

Sick and Funeral Benefits are undertaken by the Supreme Body. 
During 1895 Funeral Benefits were paid, amounting to $7,380.16. 

IV. Sick Bbnkfitb. 

Number of members who receiyed Sick Benefits in 1895, 4,977. 

Total amount of Sick Benefits paid in 1895, $87,289.36. 

Number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895, 21,54H. 

Balanoestanding to the credit of Sick Benefit Fund at 3l8t December, 1895, $79,877.81. 



V. A88BT8. 

Caah value of mortgages $1,130,035 30 

Bonds, etc 283,452 59 

Actual cash in Bank 66,031 29 

Interest due from High Courts 278 46 

Amount of interest due and accrued 29,887 16 

Aggregate amount of all other assets 1 66,870 95 

Total assets 1,676,555 75 

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YI. Liabilities. 

Amount of claims admitted by the Sooiety $19,975 00 

Sundry accounts due 195 90 

Total liabilities |20,170 09 

VII. MiSCBLLANXOUS. 

Actions or proceedings instituted or piosecuted by or against the Sopiety during 
1895 — No information. 

Assessments are made for purposes of Life Insurance or Endowment Certificates 
monthly. 

Twelve such assessments were made during 1895, each payable on the first of every 
month. 

The Sotiety accounts were audited six times during 1895. 

The following books of record and account are kept for purposes of insurance certifi- 
cates or benefits : cash book, ledgers, deposit book, secretary's cash ledgers, registers. 

Names and Post Office addresses of the auditors for 1895 were as follows : B. W. 
Oreer, London, Oni; 0. R. Fitzgerald, Bu&lOyN.T. 

No changes were during 1895 made in the organization or management of the Society 
in relation to insurance certificates or benefits. 

Certain changes were during 1895 made in the Constitution and rules in relation to 
insurance certificates or benefits and are filed with this statement. 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario 31st December, 1895 . . . • 28,744 

Number of members in Ontario who died during 1895 153 

Amount of death benefits paid to Ontario members during 1895, $188,500 

VIII. Cash Recbipts. 

Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $1,154,025.80 

Cash received, during 1895 from : 

Initiation fees $ 34,018 28 

Assessments 997,968 23 

Per capita tax and levies 19,482 57 

Assessments (sick and funeral) 121,540 ]9 

Interest and dividends 40.314 91 

All other sources 21,587 60 

Total receipts $1,234,911 7S 

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IX. Cash Expbkditurb. 
Oaah paid durbg 1895 for : 

(a) Expenses of ManagemerU. 

Commission on loans $2,070 50 

Law cosU 3,873 71 

SnppKos bought 736 38 

Rent, light, heat, etc ... 4,173 92 

Managing officers' salaries 23,281 43 

Olerk hire 17,546 27 

Expenses of annual or bi-annual meeting 68,527 84 

Printing, stationery, etc 10,049 10 

Postage, telegrams and express 8,774 01 

Medical examinations 7,530 31 

Investigation of claims 208 50 

Other management expenses as follows : 

Organizing salaries and expenses i 47,ll0 35 

Legislation expenses 2,608 86 

Lispector and valuators' salaiy and travelling expenses 1,674 29 

Accident insurance re Supreme Court meeting, etc 1,468 00 

Executive expenses, meeting, etc 2,135 45. 

Sundry items 854 74 

Tbtal expenses of management $206,283 39 

(b) Miscellaneous Payments, 

Life insurance claims other than endowments 568,747 66 

Funeral benefits 7,380 16 

Sick benefits 87,289 36 

Total and permanent disability 21,583 00 

Other expenditure 5,892 01 

Total expenditure. ; $897,175 58 



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ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN. 

Annual Stat'bmknt fob the Year Endinq 31bt December, 1895. 

Head Office, St. Thomas, Ont. 



Organized 18th February, 1879, and incorporated in Ontario 11th Aoguat, 1879. 



The Ezecutiye Offioers of the Society at the 3l8t December, 1895, were as follows : 

D. F. Mac Watt, Grand Master Workman Beirrie, Ont. 

M, D. Oarder, Grand Recorder St. Thomas, Ont. 



I. CUBBENCT OF InBUBANOE ObRTIFICATES. 

Amount covered by contracts other than endowments, or for sick or funeral benefits at 
31st December, 1895, $56,269,000.00. 

II. Movement in Insubance Obbtifioateb. 
(a) Oontracta for endowment or benefits in the nature thereof. — None. 
{h) ContracU for Inaurcmee other than Endowments, Sick Benefits or Funeral Bent/Ui. 





Number. 

te.612 
2.662 


Amount 


Number of oontracte in force 31 st December, 1894 . 
Number of contrftcts taken daring 1896, new or rene 

Groes number of contracts in force at any time in 181 






$ c 
63,024,000 00 

4,798,000 00 


wed 




» 




29.074 
743 


67,822,000 00 


TWwlnrfcinna • 


Number. 


Amount. 




Contracts matured in 1896 

Oontracta Upsed in 1896 


248 
494 

1 


• c. 

496.000 00 

988,000 00 
2.000 00 




Oontracta cancelled in 1896 








Amount by which variouB certificates still on foot 
were i^uced during 1896 


• 

748 


67,000 00 








Total deductions extended 


1,653,000 00 


1,668,000 00 


Net contracts in force 81 st December, 1896 






28,381 


56,269.000 00 











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III. FuNBRAL Brnsfits. — None. 
IV. Sick Bknbfits. — None. 

V. AfiSBTB. 

Cash on deposit to Society's credit, not drawn against, in the following chartered 
banks : 

Imperial Bank, St. Thomas. Beneficiarj Fund $10,210 17 

•* " General '• 1,532 71 

«• " Relief " 166 40 

•« " Hiokoox " 2 00 



Total assets $11,901 28 

VI. LlABILITIBS. 

Amount of claim supposed or reported, or unadjusted $8,166 66 

VII. MiSCBLLAHBOUS. 

Actions or proceedings instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society during 
1895.— None. 

Assessments are made for purposes of life insurance certificates monthly, and then 
only when Benefit Fund is reduced below $2,000. 

Eighteen such assessments were made in 1895, each being payable on or before the 
last day of the month for which levied. 

The Society's accounts were audited monthly during 1895. 

Registers are kept for purposes of insurance certificates or benafits. 

Names and post office addresses of the auditors for 1895 were as follows: M. D. 
Dawson, London, Out. ; Thomas 0. Irving, Toronto, Ont. j H. B. Taylor, Whitby, Ont. 

Certain changes were during 1895 made in the Constitution and Rules in relation to 
insurance certificates and benefits^ and a copy of the same is incorporated with the annual 
statement. 

VIIL Cash Rbcbipts. 

Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $15,840 35 

Cash received during 1895 from : 

Application fees $ 2,007 00 

Assessments 505,352 50 

Per capita tax and levies 16,850 15 

Fines 8 16 

Changing certificates, etc 248 90 

Charter fees 811 00 

Sappliessold 7,461 97 

Interest 1,124 32 

Relief Fund 25,655 75 

Hickoox Fund 18 00 

Nebraska BeHef 421 35 



Total receipts $559,959 1 

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Cash paid duriiig 1895 for : 



IX. Cash Expenditure. 



(a) Eoopensea of Management 



Expenaes annual meeting Grand Lodge $6,495 79 

<* Fraternal ^Laaooiation 50 00 

Oommisrion paid for organizing lodges 726 00 

Law ooBts 819 71 

Registration fee 25 00 

Insorance on office farnitnre 10 00 

Per capita tax Supreme Lodge 2,120 96 

Suppliea, blank books, etc 5,953 04 

Travelling expenses 2,124 21 

Bent, light, insurance and telnphone 277 00 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' lees, committees, etc 5,735 26 

Clerk hire 809 30 

Printing, stationery, advertising 751 23 

Postage, telegrams, express and duty 1,256 36 

Premiums guarantee lodge officers 90 00 

Asaessments H. B. Hickcox, Founder of Order 18 00 

Other management expenaea (refunda) 26 96 

Total expenaea of management $28,287 96 

(b) Miacellaneotia Expenditure. 

Life insurance daima paid 506,966 66 

Relief paid 28.206 20 

Remitted to H. B. Hickcox 16 00 

Nebraaka Relief 421 35 



Total expenditure $563,898 1 



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GRAND COUNCIL OF THE CANADIAN ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. 

Annual Statsmbnt for thb Tbab Ending SI'st Dboembsb, 1895. 

Head Q^im, 29 James St. S., HamUton, OnL 



Organized 28th Marcb, 1887, and incorporated in Ontano, let June, 1887, 



The Ezeontiye Officers of the Society at the Slst December, 1895, were as follows : 

Wm. P. Bell, Grand Councillor Kingston, Ont 

Rev. F. I. Allen, Grand Vice-Conncillor Columbus, Out. 

Wm. F. Montague, Grand Recorder Hamilton, Ont 

Samuel Broadfoot, Grand Treasurer Guelph, Ont. 

A. E. Lyon, Past Grand Councillor Guelph, Ont. 

Chas. Kister, Grand Trustee Ohippawa, Ont 

James Dixon, Grand Representative Hamilton, Ont 

E. O. Runians, h Brampton, Ont 

John Kane, » Toronto, Ont 

I. CURRBNCY OF InSURANCB OkRTIFICATKS 

Amount covered by contracts other than for Endowments, or for Sick or 

Funeral Benefits, at 31st December, 1895 $14,459,250 00 

II. Movement in Insurance Certificates. 

(a) Contracts for Endowments or for Benefits in the nature thereof. — None, 
(i) Contracts for Insurance other than EndowmetUs, Sick Benefits or Funeral Benefits. 





Number. 


Amount. 


OontTAote in f oroe Slst Deoember, 1S94 


9,710 
2,6S9 


$ a 
12,717,760 00 


Add oo&inctfl tak<?n in 1895. now or ranAWfid 


2,900,000 00 




Miy time during 1896 


Grofla number and amount of contraoto on foot at 


12,849 
985 


15,617.760 00 


Deductions : 

Oontraota matured in 1895 

Contracts lapsed in 1895 


Number. 


Amount. 




66 
210 

32 
678 


$ c. 
81,000 00 

244,000 00 

40,600 00 

791,600 00 








Contracts annulled in 1895 








Add to above deductions the amount by which 
Ysrious certificates still on foot were re- 
duced in 1895 


986 


1,167,000 00 
1,600 00 










Total deductions 


985 


1,158,500 00 


1,158,500 00 




11,864 


14,459,260 00 











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III. Funeral Bbnbfits 
No Funeral Benefits are undertaken. 

IV. Sick Bbnbfits. 

The Grand Oouncil undertakes Sick Benefits. 

One hundred and ninety -five members received Sick Benefits during 1895. 

The total amount of Sick Benefits paid in 1895 was $3,694.20. 

The number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895 was 774 6-7. 

Total amount of cash standing to the credit of the Sick Benefit Fund at 3l8t Decem- 
ber, 1895, was $44.65. 

The number of females who received benefits in respect of sickness during 1895 was 
30, and the average weeks of illness, 3.90. 

The number of males who received benefits in respect of sickness during 1895 was 
165 ; and the average weeks of illness, 3.97. 

V. Assets. 

Bonds, debentures and securities $50,000 00 

Cash on deposit to Society's credit, not drawn against, in the following 
chartered banks : 

Bank of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ont, Belief Fund 50,734 00 

" " Sick Benefit Fund 44 65 

'« " Indemnity Fund • 1,465 44 

Dues and assessments called but not yet payable, estimated at 14 200 00 

Other asseto 3,707 71 

Total assets $ 120,151 80 

VI. Liabilities. 

Amount of claims admitted by the Society $9,000 00 

All other liabilities 3.042 05 

Total liabilities $12,042 05 

VII. MiSCBLLAKBOUS. 

No actions or proceedings were instituted or prosecuted against the Grand Council 
or members of the Order. * 

Assessments are made for purposes of life insurance certificates monthly and are 
payable on the last day of each month without notice ; twelve of such assessments were 
made during 1895. 

The Society's books were duly audited on January 15th, April 17th, July 12tb, 
October 13th, 1895. 

The following books of record or account are kept for purposes of insurance certifi- 
cates or benefits : Relief Fund certificate registers, sick benefits certificate register, ref^is- 
ter of deaths, register of disabilities, register of sick benefit claims, cash books, daily balance 
book, petty ledger, ledger B., quarterly report book, suspension book, statistical book, etc. 

The names and post office addresses of the Auditors for 1895 were as follows : 
J. S. Boddy, Toronto, Ont., Wm. Lewis, Toronto ; Joseph Wilson, Kingston, Ont. 

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No changes were, during 1895, made^ in the organization or management of the 
Society in relation to insurance certificates or benefits. 

Certain changes weie, during 1895 made in the Constitution and Laws in relation to 
insurance cf rtificates or benefits, and a ccpy of same has been attached to this statement. 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario at 3l8t December, 1895, 11,000. 

Number of members in Ontario who died during 1895, 65. 

Amount of death benefits paid for Ontario members duiing 1895, $73,500.00. 

VIII. Cash Rkcbipts. 

Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $73,461 60 

Cash received during 1895 from : 

Assessments in Belief Funds Department. $101,798 92 

Assessments in Sick Benefit Department 3,392 85 

Per capita tax 9,579 80 

Refunds of mileage, etc., of Grand Council 173 14 

Supplies sold and certificate fees, e c 5,073 26 

Percentage from Relief Fund Asses^iment 1,195 22 

Interest on bank balances, etc 2,577 27 

Overdraft from Bank of Hamilton 251 51 



Total receipts <124 041 97 

. IX. Cash Expenditure. 

Cash paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Expmises of M>iu^gement 

Fees to Canadian Fraternal Association 

Office furniture, etc 

Commission and Organization Account 

Overdraft from year 1894 

Registration Fee 

Investigation of Claims 

Interest 

Expenses of Annual Meeting 

SeaJs, badges, etc 

Travelling expenses 

Rent and heat 

Managing Officers' Salaries and Officers' and Auditors' Fees 

Clerk hire 

Official Journal • • 

Printing, stationery, advertising and supplies 

Postage, telegrams, express, freight, exchange, gas, etc 

Premiums for guarantee of Officers and insurance on supplies, etc . . . 

Total expenses of management $15,203 66 

(6) MUcellaneatia Expendiif.re 

Endowments or payments in the nature thereof $ 1,500 00 

Life Insurance Claims other than endowments 73,500 00 

Sick Benefits 3,694 20 

Percentage to Indemnity Fund \ 1,195 22 

Gratnities to distressed members 166 40 



9 35 00 


47 


60 


556 


43 


295 


95 


25 


00 


292 


35 


42 


60 


3,001 


18 


766 


17 


787 


48 


240 00 


4,197 


90 


916 <K> 


1,406 


61 


1,663 86 


856 


73 


86 00 



Total expenditure $95,259 48 

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GRAND OOUNCIL OF THE CATHOLIC MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION * 
Anhual Statement for the Year ending 318T Dbobmbbr, 1895. 
Head Offis^y S91 Queen^a Avenue ^ London^ Ont, 



Organized 10th, February, 1880, incorporated 18th January, 1890. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at the 3 let December, 1895, were as follows : 

Oliver K. Fraser, President Brockville, Ont 

Samuel R Brown, Secretary London, Ont. 

William J. McKee, Treasurer Windsor, Ont. 

J. J. Belan, Trustee Kingston, Ont. 

Rev. M. J. Tiernan, Trustee London, Ont. 

Phillip J. O'Keefe, Trustee St John, N.B. 

W. P. Killackey, Trustee Chatham, Ont. 

P. J. Rooney, Trustee Toronto, Ont. 



1. Currency of Insurance Certificates. — No Information. 

II. Movement in Insurance Certificates. 

{a) ContracUfor Insurance oilier than Endovmiente, Siek Benefits or FunercU Bene/tU. 









Number. 


Amount. 




Oontrftctsin force SUt Decembor. 1894 




_ . . 


10,051 
1,463 


I e. 

15.890,000 00 

1,993,500 00 


Add contracts taken during 1895, new and renewed 


Gross number and amount of contracts on foot at any time during 1896 


11.614 
1,111 


17.883,600 00 


Deductions : 

Contracts matured in 1896 


Number. 


Amount. 




89 
118 
90i 


$ c. 
166,000 00 

177,COO 00 

1,362,500 00 




'* surrendered in 1895 




"^ d** oAnnftllpH in IftOS 








K Add to above deductions the amount by 
w 1 vt which various certificates still on foot 
\^ -^ were reduced during 1895 


1,111 


1,695,500 00 
21,500 00 










Total deductions extended 

Net contracts on foot at Slst Dec.» 1895 


1,111 


1,717,000 00 


1.717.000TOO 






10,403 


16,166,500 00 









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III. AND lY. FuNBBAL AND SiOK Bbnefitb. — None. 

V. A88BT8. 

Actnal oaah in hands of Grand Treasarer at 3l8t Deoember, 1895 $3,139 19 

Cash in Bank of Commerce, London 8,968 29 

Merchant's Bank, London 14,025 33 

Bank of British North America, London 8,350 04 

Bank of Toronto, London 10,424 59 

Bank of Montreal 6,339 82 

Dues and assessments (unpaid) 12,098 74 

All other assets 7,705 17 



Total assets ___*I1^^H ^^ 

YI. Liabilities. 

Amount of claims admitted by Society $24,650 00 

All other liabilities 2,048 00 



Total liabiUties $26,698 00 

YIL MlSOBLLANBOUS. 

Actions or proceedings instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society during 
1895.— None. 

Assessments are made monthly for purposes of life insurance certificates. 

Fifteen assessments were made during 1895, payable within 30 days from date of issua 

The books and accounts were duly audited on the 12th, 13th, 14th and loth Feb- 
ruary, 1896. 

Names and post office addresses of the auditors for 1895 : John Bonan, Hamilton, 
Charles D. Herbert, Three Hirers, Que. ; Geo. W. Cook, Amherst, N.S. 

Number ^f certificate holders in Ontario at 3lBt December, 1895, 6,278. 

Number of members in Ontario who died during 1895, 60. 

Amount of death benefits paid to Ontario members during 1895, $105,550.00. 

Yin. Cash Rbobipts. 

Cash balances from 1894 (not extended) $45,801.40 

Cash received during 1895 from : 

Initiation fees $565 50 

Assessments 153 938 63 

Per capita tax and official organ 10,433 30 

Supplies sold 1,191 15 

Interest 1,480 23 

All other sources 426 50 

ToUl receipts _$168,025 31 

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IX. Cash Expbnditubb. 
Oash paid daring 1 895 for : 

(a) Expenses of Management. 

Law costs $579 91 

Registration fee 96 U 

Supplies bought (including printing) 1,991 88 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees ^ 1,879 36 

Olerk hire 800 00 

Meetings of Executive 261 60 

Official Journal 556 02 

Printing and advertising 9 58 

Postage, telegrams and express 393 30 

Premiums for guarantee of lodge officers 80 00 

Total expenses of management $7,036 25 

(h) Afiseellaneotcs Expenditure, 

Life insurance other than endowments 148,307 57 

Amount paid on loan and interest 5,235 63 

Total expenditure $160,579 45 



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ORDER OF CAJNADIAN HOME OIRCLEa 
JttsnsmJLL Statement for the Year Ending 31st December, 1895. 
Hecui Office, S4 Adelaide Street East, Toronttt. 



Organized 2nd October, 1884, incorporated in Ontario 28th October, 1885. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at the 3lBt December, 1895, were as follows : 

F. N. Raines, Supreme Leader XJxbridge, Ont. 

J. G. Cummings, '• Vice Leader St. Catharines, Ont. 

T. Boles, *« SecreUry Toronto. 

D. R. Foster " Treasurer Waterford. 

I. CUREENCY OF INSURANCE OeRTIFICATES. 

Maturing Bubae- 
quent to 1900. 

Amount covered by endowment contracts in force 31st December, 1895. .$ 8,601,500 00 
Amount covered by contracts other than endowment, or for sick or funeral 

benefits, in force 31st December, 1895 8,601,500 00 



Total 31st December, 1895 $17,203,000 00 



II. Movement in Insurance Gerti fixates. , 

(a) CorUracts fo Endowmenta or for henefiU in the nature thereof. 









Number. 


Amount. 




Oontrftcts in foice SlBt December, 1894 . . . 


9,301 
1,845 


$ c. 
8,080,500 00 


▲dd oontracta taken daring 1895, new or rene 
irroiB number and amount of contracts on foot 


wed 




1,049,000 00 


at any time during 1895 


10,646 
472 


9,129,600 00 




Number. 


Amount. 




OontracU Upeed in 1895 

in 1895, half by death 


407 
66 


$ c. 

472,t00 00 

66,600 00 




Total deduotiouB extended 


472 


628,000 00 


528,000 00 




Net endowment contraott on foot at Slat 
December, 1896 






10,174 


8,601,600 00 







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(6) Contracts for Inturanee other than Endowments, Sick Benefits or Funeral Benefiis, 









Number. 

1 


. 






Oontracto in force 3lBt December, 1894 


9,801 
1,845 


I 0. 

8,080,600 00 


Add oontrMti taken daring 1895, new or reneii 
GroM number and amount of contract! on fool 


red 




1,049,000 00 


* at any time during 1895 




■ 

10,646 

472 


9,129,600 00 


Deduotioni: 

Co&traota lapiad in 1895 


Number. 


Amount. 




407 
65 


$ 0. 

473,600 00 
55,500 00 




*' cancelled in 1895, half by death 




Total Reduction! extended 


472 


528,000 00 


528,000 00 






Net insurance contracta , . , , 


10,174 
10,174 


8,601,510 00 


Grand total of certificate holden, Slat 
Dec., 1895 






17,208,000 











^ III. FUNRRAL BbNKFITS. 

The Order has no Faneral Benefit Department. 

lY. Sick Bbnefits. 

Sick Benefits are undertaken bj the Supreme Body only. 

Number of members who received sick benefits during 1895, 124. 

Amount of benefits paid to sick members, $2,770.00. 

Number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895, 554. 

Total amount of cash to credit of fund 31st December, 1895, $1.00. 

V. Assets. 

Oash on deposit to Society's credit in Dominion Bank, Toronto $65,345 88 

Dues and assessments called but not yet payable 18,350 00 

Total assets $83,695 88 

VI. LlABILITIBS. 

Amount of supposed or reported claims $5,000 00 

Other liabilities 3,207 51 

ToUl liabilities $8,207 51 

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YII. MlbCBLLANEOUS. 

Actions or proceedings instituted or prosscuted by or against the Society daring 

1896.— None. n 

Assessments are made monthly, unless waiVed. ' 

Twelve assessments were made during 1895, each being payable the 1st of each 
month. 

The Society's accounts were audited in April, July, October, 1895, and February, 
1896. 

The books of record kept for purposes of insurance certificates are, register of certi- 
ficates issued, register of lodge membership, ledgers, cash book, etc. 

Names and addresses of the auditors for 1895 were as follows : A. R Thompson, 
Merritton, Ont ; Wm. Wilkinson, M.A., Brantford, Ont. 

VIII. Cash Reosipts. 

Oaah balance from 1894 (not extended) $46,056 03 ^ 

Cash received during 1895 from : 

Initiation fees $ 39 50 

Assessments 143,389 05 

Per capita tax and levies 16,867 19 

Fines. .\ 2 60 

Charter fees 196 00 

Supplieesold 524 20 

Interest and dividends 1,740 80 

All other sources 1,635 44 

Total receipts 1163,394 78 

IX. Cash Expenditure, 

Cash paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Expenses of MamLgement : 

Registration fee •. $ 25 00^ 

Law costs 297 24 

Interest ^ 84 75 

Rent, light, heat and taxes 456 40 

Supplies bought 1,069 94 

Travelling expenses 468 46 

Salaries, ofiicers, auditors, etc 4,544 52 

Clerk hire 675 Oa 

Printing, stationery and advertising 505 60 

Postage, telegrams and express 448 55 

Annual meeting 3.533 35 

Oflicial journal 1,388 75 

Premiums for guarantee of lodge officers 62 50 

Other management expenses detailed in memo 2,231 85 

Total expenses of management {15,791 91 

(6) Miscellaneous Expenditure : 

life insurance claims other than endowments $121,430 00- 

Sick benefits 2,770 00 

Total disability benefits 1,640 00 

Grand totals <141,631 91 

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SUPREME LEGION. SELECT KNIGHTS OF CANADA. 

Annual Statement for th^ tear Ending 318t Deceubbr, 1895. 

Head Office^ 17 King Street, St. Catharinetj Ontario. 



Organized 24th May, 1883, and incorporated in Ontario 16th October, 1883. 



William James Parkhill, Snpreme Commander Midland. 

Bernard J. Leubsdorf, Supreme Recorder St. Catharines. 

John McLean Stevenson, Supreme Treasurer Barrie. 

I. Currency of Insurance Certificates. 





Maturing. 




1899. 


1900. 


Subsequent 

toiSoa 






ToUl. 


.Amounts covered by Endowment ContractB in force 
SUtDecember, 1895 

Amounts covered by contracts other than for endow- 
ments, or for sick or funeral benefits in force 
Slst December, 1895 


$ 
143,000 


$ 
466,000 


$ « 
2,036,000 


$ 
2.645,000 

6,767,000 












Total at Slst December, 1895 




1 


9,412,000 






1 





II. Movement in Insurance Certificates. 
(a) Contracts Jor Endowments or Benefits in the nature thereof. 



* 






Number, 








Certificates in force Slst December, 1894 

Add contracts taken during 1895, new or renewed . . . 


r time during 1895 


2,208 
670 


I 
2,208,000 

670,000 


Gross number and amount of contracts on foot at an} 


2,878 
234 


2,878,000 




T^' umber. 


Amount. 




Deductions : 

Contracts matured in 1895 


10 
224 


$ 

10,000 

224,000 




" Upsed in 1896 \ 




•• surrendered in 1895 > 

cancelled in 1895 j 




Total deductions extended 


234 


234,000 


234,000 






Net Endowment Contracts on foot Slst December, 
1895 




2,644 


2,644,000 










No. of certificate holders in good standing December 
Slst, 1895 






2,644 


2,644,000 











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(b) Contracts for Insurance other than Endowments, Sick Benefits or Funeral Benefits. 









Number. 


Amount. 




Contracts in force 3Ut December, 1894 


3,591 
536 


$ 0. 

6,540,000 00 


Add contracts taken during^ 1885, new and 
Gross nnmber and amount of contracts on 


renewed . ... 




783,000 00 


foot at anytime during 1895. 




4,127 

283 


7,323,000 00 




Number. 


Amount. 




Deductions : 

Contracts matured in 1895 


43 
239 


$ 0. 

91.000 00 
460,000 00 

6,000 00 




" lapsed in 1895. "i 




•* surrendered in 1895 y 

canceUed in 1895 J 

Add to above deductions the amount 
by which various C4)rti6cates still on 
foot were reduced during 1895. 










Total deductions extended 


282 


566,000 00 


666,000 00 






Net contracts on foot Slst December, 1895 


3,846 


6,767,000 00 






cember, 1895.. 
cember, 1895.. 




Nomber of certificate holders in good stan 
Grand total number of certificate holders i 


ding at 3l8t De 
n A and B. De< 


3,686 




6,330 





III. Funeral Benefits. — None. 
IV. Sick Benefits. — None. 

V. Assets. ♦ 

Cash valae of mortgages $154,689 65 

Cash on depoflit to the Society's credit (not drawn against) in the following 
chartered Banks : 

Bank of Commerce, St Catharines 2,793 04 

Imperial Bank, St. Catharines, Ont 4,471 26 

Bank of Toronto, St. Catharines, Ont 27,881 58 

Does and assessments dae and unpaid on certificates in force, 

estimated $ 4,000 00 

Daes and assessments cblled bab not yet payable 1 7,000 00 

21,000 00 

Interest due and accrued 6,931 92 

All other assets 3,715 10 

Total assets $221,482 5 

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VJ. Liabilities. 

Amount of claimB admitted by Society $ 20,300 00 

Amonnt of claims resisted ; 6,000 00 

Other liabilities 2.322 57 

Total liabilities , $ 28,622 57 

YII. MiSOBLLANKOUS, 

No actions or proceedings were instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society 
during 1895 in Ontario. 

Assessments are made in the Endowment Department on the 20th day of facb 
month ; and in the Beneficiary Department on the 28th day of each month when fands 
are required to pay losses. During 1895, twelve assessments were made in the Endow- 
ment Department and fourteen in the Beneficiary Department. The former assessments 
are due on the last day of each month and the latter on the first day of each month. 

The Society's books were audited monthly during 1895. 

The following books are kept for purposes of insurance certificates or benefits; 
journal, ledger, cash book, monthly statement book, beneficiary certificate register, 
endowment certificate register, beneficiary certificate ledger, endowment certificate le<^K^r, 
death register, register of surrendered certificates. 

The names and addresses of the Auditors for 1895 were as follows : 

James Watt, Secretary-Treasurer, Globe Printing Oo., Toronto, Ont. 

George Woltz, 100 Brunswick avenue Toronto, Ont 

N. M. Black St. Catharines, Ont 

No changes wore, during 1895, made in the organization or management of the 
Society in relation to insurance certificates or b 

No changes were, during 1895, made in the Constitution or rules in relation to in- 
surance certificates or benefits. 



VIII. Cash Bbosipts. 

Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $53,128.15 

Cash received during 1895 from : 

Application fees $ 1,202 00 

Assessments 120,7U 00 

Per capita tax and levies 5,302 76- 

Supplies sold 754 84 

Interest and dividends 6,000 36 

All other sources 838 00 

Total receipts $134,311 95 

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JX. EXPENDITURR. 

Cash paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Expenses of Management, 

Registration fee $ 25 00 

Oommiflsion 2,089 12 

Law coBts 125 00 

Interest 90 35 

Annual meeting '. . . . 122 71 

Supplies bought 1,709 17 

Travelling expenses 255 28 

Rent, light, heat and taxes 207 62 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees 2,519 24 

Printing, stationery and advertising 300 39 

Postage, telegrams and express 545 43 

Premiums for gaarancee of lodge officers 40 00 

Other management expenses detailed in memorandum 70 60 

Total expenses of management $8,099 91 

(6) Miacellaneous Expenditure, 

life Insaranoe claims other than endowments 78,850 00 

Grand totals $86,949 91 



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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS OF ONTARIO. 

Annual Statement for the Year Ending 31bt December, 1895. 

To which are appended statements of the Auxiliary Bodies lettered below as A, B, C. andD, 

Head Office^ Canada Life Building Toronto Ontario, 



Organized 27th July, 1855, and incorporated in Ontario 7th January, 1875. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at the Slat December, 1895, were as IoUowb: 

Thos. Woodyatt, Grand Master Brantford. 

Henry White, Deputy Grand Master Port Hope. 

J. A. Young, Grand Warden Thamesford. 

J. B. King, Grand Secretary Toronto. 

Wm. Badenach, Grand "treasurer Toronto. 

The Grand Master and Grand Secretary are the Chief Executive Officers. 

J. Currency op Insurance Obrtifioatbs. 

Amount covered by endowment Contracts in force 31st December, 1895. — None. 
Amount covered by Contracts of Insurance other than Endowments. — None. 

' II. Movement in Insurance Certificates. 

(a) Contracts of Endowments or benefits in the nature thereof. — None. 
(6) Contracts of Insurance other than Endowments, Sick Benefits or Funeral 
Benefits. — None. 

III. Funeral Benefits. 

The Subordinate Lodges undertake Funeral Benefits. The total membership of 
these lodges at the 31st December, 1895, was 22,177. 

The number of deaths in the Society in 1895 was 149. 

The amount of Funeral Benefits paid in 1895 in respect of deceased members was 
Jf6,077.77. ; 

The number of members' wives deceased in 1895 — not stated. • 

The total amount of Funeral Benefits paid in 1895 in respect of deceased wives was 
none. 

IV. Sick Benefits. 

The Subordinate Lodges undertake Sick Benefits. ^ 

The total number of members who received Sick Benefits was 2,860. 

The amount of benefits paid in 1895 in respect of sick members was $34,093.92. 

The number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895 was 14, OU. 

Amount paid for medical attendance and nursing during 1895, $6,993.91. 

The total amount standing to credit of General Fund at 31st December, 1895, was 
$873,728.27. 

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V. AB8BT8. 

.Qrand Subordinate 

lodge. lodges. 

Cash valae of Eeal Estate, leaa inoumbranoes $233,913 13 

Amoant of cash in bank and in Treasurer's hands $1,667 84 195.140 26 

" invested in mortgagee and seenrities 253,004 48 

" " furniture and regalia 746 83 171,303 17 

All other assets 6,727 95 60.079 81 

Total amount of assets $9,142 62 S903.440 95 

VI. LlABILITIBS. 

Aggregate of all liabilities $409 87 $15,58124 

YII. Miscellaneous. 

No actions or proceedings were instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society 
in 1895. 

The books and accounts of the Subordinate Lodges were audited at the end of July, 
1895, and in January, 1896, and those of the Grand Lodge in August, 1895. 

Names and post office addresses of Grand Lodge Auditors, Charles Fackert, Strat- 
ford ; A. C. Stewart, London. 

Certain changes were, during 1895, made in the Constitution and Rules in relation 
to insurance certificates or benefits^ and are died with this statement. 

VIII. Cash Hbobipts. 

Cash balance (Grand Lod^re) from 1894, $1,210.63. 

Cash received during 1895 from : 

Grand Subordinate 

lodge. lodges. 

Initiation fees, degrees and cards $25,486 40 

Dues and re instatements 121,774 25 

Per caj^ita tax $10,850 22 

Charter fees 180 00 

Supplies sold 1,277 83 

Interest and rents 37,903 43 

All other sources 558 84 27,725 47 

Total receipts $12,866 89 $212,889 56 

IX. Cash Expbnditvrb, 
Cash paid during 1895: 

(a) Expenses of MarMgemerU, 

Grand Snbordinato 

lodge. lodges. 

Per capita tax $150 00 

Law costs 30 00 

Registration fee 25 00 

Expenses of annual meeting 4,890 10 

Fuel, light, rent, etc 609 41 

Supplies bought 937 43 

Trayelling expenses 400 00 

Salaries, Officers' and Auditors' fees and Clerk hire 2,252 20 

Printing, stationery 1,690 23 

Postage, telegrams and express . . .' 447 98 

Other management expenses (extended in memo.) .... 1,077 33 $62,540 47 

Total expenses of management $12,409 68 $62,540 47 

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(b) MUcellaneous Expenditure. 

, Qrmnd Siibordiiuie 

lodge. lodges. 

Nursing sick brothers $1,898 08 

Funeral benefits 6.077 77 

BenefiU to widows and orphans 12,629 63 

Sick benefits 34,093 92 

Medical attendance 6,993 91 

Gratuities to distressed members 3,793 98 

Expenditure other than foregoing 92^833 17 

Total expenditure *^. '. . |1 2,409 68 $230910 93 



(ii.) The OddfelhvjB' Ftmeral Aid AetooiaHon of the Coimtiea of Lincoln and Welland, 

Annual Statbmbnt fob thb Year Ending 31st Dkoembsr, 1895. 

Receipts ,u $121 00 

Expenditure 21 25 

Total assets 369 59 

Total membership 107 



(B.) Abstract from the returns of Rebekah Lodges to the Grand Lodge of Ontario^ 

81st December, 1896. 

Number of Lodges, 39. 

Brothers. Siatera. Total 

Number ofjmembers 3lBt December, 1895 1,189 1,418 2,607 

Balance on hand 3lBt December, 1894 $3,794 67 

Received during the year 1895 3,238 36 

$7,033 03 
Expended during 1895 : 

In relief $98 65 

'"1^ Current expenses of lodges, organizing, etc 2,894 67 

2,993 32 

u -2^ Balance on hand 3l8t December, 1895 : $4,039 71 

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(C ) The followvig summary from the Returns of the Orand Encampment shows the 
Membership and ^Standing at Slst December^ 1895, 

Number of members as from last report 3,47S 

Initiated during the year ending Slst December, 1895 252 

Admitted hj card " " " 28 

Reinstated " " •• 27 

307 

Total membership at any time during 1895 3,779 

Deductions : 

Withdrawn by card 33 

Suspended for non-payment of dues 209 

Expelled 2 

Deceased 36 

280 

I ■— — — 

Net membership 31st December, 1895 3,449 

Number of patriarchs relieved in 1895 324 

" weeks' sickness experienced in 1895 1,758 

Amount paid for barying the dead in 1895 $ 315 00 

" special relief " 166 75 

** relief to widows and families in 1895 15 00 

" for relief of patriarchs '• 3,087 44 

Total amount of relief paid $3,584 19 

Invested funds of Subordinates 20,567 41 

Total amount of annual revenue 10,326 77 



(D.) Record of the OddfeUows* Mutual Aid Assoctatian of the City of London^ Ontario. 

YsAR Ending 318t Decrmbsb, 1895. 

Number of members admitted during the year 2 

«« " dropped or lapsed in 1895 , 

died in 1895 

" " entitled to benefits, 31st December, 1895 106 

Amount of cash received during the year $75 93 

** expenses of management in 1895 17 95 

" on hand 3l8t December, 1895 59 69 

** of call on each death 50 

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ODDFELLOWS' RELIEF ASSOCIATION. 

Annual Statement fob tae Year Ending 31st Deosmbeb, 1895. 
Heiid Office^ Oddfellows^ HaU^ Kingston^ Ont, 



Organized 9th May, 1874, incorporated 16th April, 1875. 



The Ezecative Officers of the Society at the 3l8t December, 1895, were as follows : 

Fife Fowler, M.D., President Kingston. 

John R. Mclver, Vice-President Kingston. 

R. Meek, Secretary , Kingston. 

D. Callaghan, Treasurer . . Kingston. 

A. H. Blackeby, Superintendent of Agencies Gait 

II. MOYBMENT IN InSUBANOB ObRTIFICATBS. 

(a) Contracts for Endowments or for benefits in the nature thereof. — None. 
{b) Contracts for Insurcmce other than Endowments, 





Number. 


Amount 


Oontrftots in f oroe, 81«t I>ecember, 1894 


7,677 


10.466,600 00 
1.471.600 00 


Add contracts taken daring 1896 new or renewed 




ngl896 .... 


GroM number and amount of contracts on foot at any time duri 


8»809 
487 


11,938.000 00 




Number. 


Amount. 

$ a 
74,000 00 

462,000 00 

1,000 00 

46.600 00 




Deductions : 
Ck)ntract8 matured in 1896 


61 
437 

1 
40 




Oontraots lapsed in 1896 




Contracts surrendered in 1896 




Contracts cancelled in 1896 








Add to aboTe deductions the amount by which 
various certificates still on foot were reduced 
during 1896 


487 


683,600 00 
14,000 00 










Total deductions extended 


437 


697,600 00 


697,600 00 






Net oontraots on foot at Slst December, 1895 






8,872 


11,840,600 00 






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III. AND IV. SiOK AND FuNBRAL Bensfits. — None given. 
y. Absbtb. 

Cash value of bonds, debentures, securitiea .... $47,341 22 

No cash is held over ; deposited daily as received. 

Gash on deposit to Society's credit not drawn against as follows : 

Bank of Montreal, Kingston, special deposit 18,034 38 

Merchants' Bank of Canada, <' 7,231 32 

Standard Bank, •« 7,601 60 

Frontenao Loan and Investment Society, special deposit 3,206 35 

" •' " current account 2,467 21 

Dues and assessments due and unpaid on certificates in force. . $1,639 64 
** called, but not yet payable 17,217 55 

Gross total of such dues and assessments $18,857 19 

Less cost of collection « 1,149 60 

Net value extended. ., $17,707 59 17,707 59 

All other assets ' 393 30 

Totol assets $103,882 97 

VI. LlABILITIBS. 

Amount of claims admitted by Soci« ty $1 1,000 00 

VII. MiSOBLLANBOUB. 

One action was instituted and prosecuted against the Society for $500 during 1895. 
Decision for plaintiff. 

Six assessments were made during 1895 as follows : 15bh January, March, May, 
July, September, and November. 

The books and accounts were audited during the year on March 30th, June 30th, 
September 30th, and December 31st. 

Registers are kept as follows : Register of membership, register of members' accounts, 
register of the dead, register of suspensions, withdrawals, etc., register of cancellations 
and reductions, register of claims and payments, two ledgers, two journals and cash books. 

Names and post offices addresses of the Auditors for 1895 : A. T. Smith and John 
NicoHe, Kingston. 

No change was made in tde management or system during 1895. 

Certain changes were made during 1895 in the Constitution and Rules in relation 
to insurance certificates or benefits, and a copy of the same is incorporated with the 
annual statement. 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario at 31st December, 1895, 6,640. 

Nuttiber of members in Ontario who died during 1895, 38. 

Amount of death benefits paid to Ontario members during 1895, $49,000. 

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VIII. Oash Ekobipts. 

Cash balance for 1894 (not extended) (2 372.51 

Oash received daring 1895 from : 

Application fees $2,037 00 

Assessments 97,815 15 

Interest and dividends 3,265 86 

All other sources 77 50 

« 

Total cash receipts 1103,195 61 



IX. Cash Ezpsnditurb. 

% 
Oash paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Eocpenses of Afanagement. 

Commission $6,946 11 

Law costs 1,409 04 

Registration 31 00 

Annual meeting ' 257 30 

Supplies bought ; 22 75 

Travelling expenses 819 50 

Bent, light, heat and taxes 202 95 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees 4,875 00 

Printing, stationery and advertising 1,214 48 

Postage, telegrams and express 413 01 

Premiums for guarantee of lodge officers 72 50 

Other management expenses detailed in memo 581 24 

Total expenses of management $16,843 ^S 

(b) MiscellaneotM Expenditure, 

Life insurance claims other than endowment $73,500 00 

Expenditure other than the foregoing 150 75 

Total expenditure , $90,494 63 

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CANADIAN ORDER OP FORESTERS. 

Annual Statkmsnt fob Y^ab, Ending SIbt Dbcbmbbr, 1895. 

Head Ofice, 205 Colbame Street, Brantfordy OrU. 

Organized 25th November, 1879, and incorporated in Ontario, Ist December, 1879. 

The Exeontive Officers of the Society at the 31st December, 1895, were as follows : 

0. E. Britton, High Chief Ranger Gananoqae, Ont. 

W. p. Henderson, High Vice-Chief Ranger ...... Whitechurch, Ont. 

ThoB. White, High Secretary Brantford, Ont. 

John Neelanda, High Treasurer Wingham, Ont. 

Robt. Elliott, \ f Ingersoll. 

F. T. Frost, I I Smith's Falls. 

F. J. Jamieeon, VElected Members -{ Peterborough. 

W. J. Cameron, | | Toronto. 
R. Dowling, J [Harriston. 
E. Gartnng, Superintendent of Organization Brantford. 

L CURRBNCT OF InSUBANOB CbBTIFICATBS. 

Amounts covered by contracts other than for Endowments or for Sick or 

Funeral Benefits $21,954,029 35 

11. Movbmbnt in Insurangb Cbbtifioatbs. 

(a) Contracts for Endowment or for Benefits in the nature thereof. — Nona 

{b) Contracts of Insurance other than Bndowmente, Sick Benefit or Funeral Benefits, 





Number. 


Amount. 


ContraotB in force Slat Deoember, 1894 




19,891 
2,586 


$ c 
20,621,862 90 

2,685,000 00 


Add oontracts taken daring 1896, new or renewed 


1 
I ring 1895 


Gross number and amount of contracts on foot at any time di 


23.426 
1,327 


23,306,852 90 




Number. 


Amount. 




Deductions : 

Contracts matured in 1895 

Contracts lapsed in 1895 


101 
1,286 


$ c. 

101,823 55 

1,248,000 00 








Total dednotions extended 


1.387 


1,852,823 56 


1.862,828 66 




Net contracts on foot Slst December, 1895 


21,089 


21.954,029 35 










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III. Funeral Bjsmefits. 

The Faneral Benefita are UQdertaken by the Sobordinate Coarts, and the total mem- 
beiship of these bodies was, at the Slst December, 1895, 21,089. 

Number of members of the Society who died daring 1895, 101. 

The total amount of Funeral Benefito paid in 1895, was $2,267.76. 

The total amount of cash standing to the credit of the Sick and Funeral Benefit 
Fund at 31st December, 1895, was $84,466. 17. 

IV. Sick Bsmefits. 

The Sick Benefits are undertaken by the Subordinate Courts. 

The total amount of Sick Benefits paid in 1895 was $25,610.81. 

Amount paid for medical attendance during 1895, $12,739.09. 

The tdtal amount of cash standing to the credit of the Sick and Faneral Benefit 
Fund at Slst December, 1895, was $84,466.17. 

V. Assets. 



OAsh vftlae of bonds, ddbentures and other seonrities 

Aotnal cash on hand as per audit statement, Slst Deoember, 1896 

(Cash mentioned in above item is held by Treasurer and Trustees of Subordinate Lodges.) 

Oash on deposit to Society's credit not drawn against in the following chi^^tered banks ; 

Bank of Hamilton, Wingham 

Standard Bank, Brantford 

Molson's Bank, "Winnipeg 

Bank of Toronto, Grananoqne 

Bank of Hamilton, Wingham 

Bank of Montreal, Peterborough 

Merchants' Bank of Halifax, Montreal 

Quebec Bank, Toronto 

Molson's Bank, Winnipeg 

Molson's Bank, Smith's Falls 

Bank of Toronto, Montreal 

Imperial Bank, Winnipeg 

Bank of Nova Scotia, Gharlottetown, P.E. I 

Total assets 



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Amount 



$ c 
279,796 3& 

84,466 17 



20,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
28,074 91 
20,000 00 
10.000 OO 
10,000 00 
4.361 31 
lO'OOOOO 
10.000 09 
10,000 09 
10,000 00 



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VIL MiSCBLLANJBOUS. 

Afnessments for purpoaeB of Life Inaaranoe certificates are made monthly. 

Twelve assessmentB were made in 1895 pajrable on or before the last day of each 
month. 

The Society's accounts were, during 1895, audited quarterly, in the months of Jan 
naiy, April, June and October. 

The foUowing books of record or account are kept for purposes of insurance certifi- 
cates or benefits : day book, cash book, record book, certificate ledger, insurance ledger, 
general ledger, 'monthly return books and semi-annual return books. 

Names and post office addresses of the Auditors for 1895 were as follows : Thomas 
W. Gibson, Parliament Buildings, Toronto, Ont. ; W. M. Graham, Lakefield, Ont. 

Certain changes were, during 1895, made in the Constitution in relation to insurance 
certificates or benefits, and a copy of the same is incorporated with the annual statement* 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario at 31st December, 1895, 16,985. 

Number of members in Ontario who died during 1895, 79. 

Amount of death benefits paid to Ontario members daring 1895, $83,000. 

YIII. Cash Rbosipts. 

Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $430,999 36 



Cash received daring 1896 from : 
Application and initiation fees . 

Duea 

AMenments 

Per capita tax and leviea 

Cards 

Charter fees 

Supplies sold 

Interest and dividends 

All other soarces 



Total receipts 207,022 62 8,639 28 



High Court, 



$ 0. 



167,472 86 
19,163 86 



2,280 00 

2,271 11 

14,462 02 

1,872 77 



District 
High Court. 



$ c 



2,816 26 



849 00 
868 68 



Subordinate 
Bodies. 



110 60 



$ c. 

6,166 78 
86,629 78 



167 87 



8,961 90 



100,969 28 



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IX. Oabh Expbnditube. 



Cash paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Sxpemes of ManagemaU, 

Charter fees ' •. 

Organization expenses 

Law costs (including solicitor's fees) 

Registration fees 

Medical Board expenses 

Expenses of annual meeting 

Executive Committee expenses 

Supplies bought , 

TraTcUing expenses 

Bent, light, heat and office furnishings 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees , 

Clerk hire! 

Official journal 

Printing, stationery and advertising 

Postage, telegrams, express, telephone and freight . 
Premiums for guarantee of High Court Officers . . . . 



Total expenses of management . 



(6) MiieeUaneou9 Expenditure. 
Life insurance claims other than endowments. 

Funeral benefits 

Sick benefits 

Medical attendance 

Expenditure other than foregoing 



Total expenditure 



High Court. 



$ o. 



6,669 91 

182 00 

26 00 

841 efi 

620 16 
396 21 

2,077 46 

366 63 

903 96 

2,476 00 

1,976 28 

8,118 08 

946 03 

621 67 
134 37 



21,127 21 



104,823 65 



1,718 95 



127,669 71 



District 
High Court. 



Subordinate 
Bodies. 



624 00^ 



182 00 
60 86 

170 40 

441 40 
94 08 

868 62 



218 16 
93 12 
46 00 



2,787 67 



228 20 



8,016 77 



$ s. 

8,240 00 



8,t40 00 



2.267 75 
26,610 81 
12.789 W 
42,546 81 



86,404 67 



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GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS OF ONTAREO. 

Annual Statbmbnt for the Tbab Ending 31st Deobmbbr, 1895. 

Head Office of Supreme Lodge, NaehviUe^ Tenn,^ U.S.A. 

Ohie! Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Georgb H. Mitchell, 157 Denison Avenue, 

Toronto, Ontario. 

Organised 19th February, 1864. Re-inoorporated by special Act of Oongreas 

Jane 29th, 1894. 

The Executive Officers of the Society for the 31st December, 1895, were as follows : 

A. G. McWhinney, Grand Chancellor London. 

R. H. McOonnell, Past Grand Chancellor St Thomas, Ont. 

W. C. Maodonald, Vice-chancellor Toronto, Ont 

Geo. H. Mitshell, Grand Keeper of Records and Seals . . Toronto, Ont. 
D. J. Peace, Grand Master of Exchequer Ebunilton, Ont. 

MOYBMBNTS IN INSURANCE CERTIFICATES. 

(a^ Contracts for Endowments or for Benefits in the nature thereof. — None. 

(b) CorUrcteU for Inauranee other than Endowments Sick Benefits or Funeral BeneJUs : 



SUPREME LODGE. 


Number. 


Amount. 


Contracts in force 81st December, 1894 


36,416 
8,764 


$ e. 
76,434,000 00 


Add contracts taken doruur 1895 


13,568,000 00 




toct at any time during 1895. 




Gross number and amount of contracts on 


45.180 
4,122 


89,997,000 00 


Deductions : 

Oontraots matured in 1895 

" lansed 


Number. 


Amount. 




419 

8,454 

229 

90 


907,000 00 

6,188,000 00 

486,000 00 

41,000 00 




" surrendered 




•« 5?an<wlM .... 








Total deductions 


4.122 


7,522.000 00 


7.522,000 00 


Net oontraots on foot 81st December, 1895 .. 




_ 


41,068 


82,476,000 00 











Cash Receipts. 

« 578 25 

Interest 18,241 83 

Refund of claim paid 1,107 06 

Monthly payments 989,038 33 

Dues 46,897 15 



Total receipts $1,055,862 62 



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Cash Expbnditubb. 

Life insuranoe claims 9 856,571 66 

Printiog, supplies and office expenses 25,848 01 

Adjustment of claims , 1 9,445 74 

Annulled certificates refunded 8,710 95 

Medical examinations 21,320 85 

Organization, etc 15,800 00 

Total expenditure $947,697 21 

Balance, receipts over expenditure, 1895 $108,165 41 

*• on hand Slst December. 1894 292,372 22 

Balance on hand Slst December, 1895 $400,537 63 

Deposited as follows : 

First National Bank, Chicago $33,082 44 

Bonds and securities 367,455 19 

$400,537 63 



GRAND LODGE. 
Funeral Benkfits. 

Faueral benefits are undertaken by the Subordinate Bodies, with a total membership 
of 1,764 at 3lBt December, 1895. 

Thirteen members of the Society died during 1895, and Funeral Benefits amoanting 
to $462.00 were paid. 

SioK Benefits. 

Number of members who received sick benefits in 1895, 131. 
Amount of benefits paid during 1895 in respect of sick members, $1,887.16. 
Number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895, 550^. 
Amount paid for medical attendance during 1895, $9,992.92. 
Amount cash standiuflr to the credit of Sick and Funeral Benefit Faud at 3l8t 
December, 1895, $9,232. 37^ 

Assets. 

Grand Snbordinftte 

Body. Bodies. 

Cash in bank 31st December, 1895 $110 85 $11,203 71 

Total assets $110 85 $11,203 71 

Liabilities. 

Aggregate amount of all liabilities $729 40 

Miscellaneous. 

Payments for insurance certificates are fixed monthly rates and are payable on the 
10th day of each month. 

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Ihe books of theSociejIy were audited on lOih July, 1895. 

Books kept by the Society are as follows : — Namerical statHmeats, lodge receipts, 
lodge ezpesses, financial statementa. 

Names and addresses of auditors : — J. Stacey, St. Thomas ; J. Bums, Hamilton ; 
C. H. Wallis, Toronto. 

Cash Bbcbipts. 



Grand 
Lodge. 

Cash balances from 1894 (not extended) $378 . 48 

Cash nc'eved during 1895 from : 



Subordinate 
Bodies. 

$9,713.65 



Grand 
Lodge. 



Application fees ) 

I nidation fees j 

Dues 

Per capita tax and leyies $1,539 91 

Aasessments 

Degrees and cards 

Supplies sold 972 17 

Charter fees 300 00 

Rent 

Interest 

All other sources 



Cash paid during 1895 for : 



Cash Expbitditurb. 



(a) JSxpensea of Management 



Grand 
Lodge 

Per capita tax and levies * . , $ 100 00 

Begistration fees and incorporations 25 00 

Interest 

Expenses of annual meeting 469 25 

Supplies bought 528 40 

Travelling expenses 132 87 

Rent, light, heatand taxes 60 00 

Salaries, directors and auditors' fees 1,200 00 

Printing, stationery and advertising 86 45 

Postage, telegrams and express 125 61 

Other expenses (detailed in memo) 29 83 

Official Journal 322 30 



Total expenses of management $3,079 71 

(6) Miscellaneous Paymenie : 

Funeral benefits 

Benefits to widows and orphans 

Sick benefits , 

Medical attendance I . . . 

Gratuities to distressed members .... 

Other expenditures 



Subordinate 
Bodies. 

$ 1,811 00 
8,135 17 

28*66 

1,779 00 
58 20 

'M66* 'so 
257 93 

879 48 



Total receipts $2,812 08 $14,415 58 



Subordinate 
Bodiee. 

$ 1,587 70 
2729 

ij36 28 
160 05 

3,078 23 
489 06 
229 17 
215 55 



$7,523 33 

$ 462 00 
450 00 

1.887 16 
999 92 
150 00 

1,453 11 



Total expenditure $3,079 71 $12,925 52 \ 



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A 1897 



CANADIAN ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. 

Annual Statrment fob thb Teas Ending SIst Degembbb, 1895. 

Head Office 49 King Street West, Tanmio, Ont, 



Organized in June, 1852, and incorporated in Ontario 11th September, 1882, 

The Execntiye Officers for the year ending Slat December, 1895, were as follows : 

Alex. Thomson, Grand Master 117 Tisdale Street, Hamilton, Ont 

H. A. Collins, Past Grand Master 20 Msjor Street, Toronto, Ont. 

ThoB. A. Wardell, Deputy Grand Master Dundas, Ont 

Robert Fleming, Grand Secretary 49 King Bin et West, Toronto, Ont 

George Bozall, Grand Treasnrer 252^ Tonge Street, Toronto, Ont 

L Oubrenct of Insurance Cbrtifioatbs. 

Mataring 
sabseiaendy TotiiL 
to 1900. 
Amount coverved by Endowment Contracts in force 3l8t De- 
cember, 1895 1147,200 00 $147,200 00 

Amount covered by contracts other than for Endowments 
or for Sick or Funeral Benefits in force 3l8t December, 
1896 JU507,900 00 

Total 3l8t December, 1895 $1,655,100 00 

11. Movement in Insurance Obbtificates. 

(a) Cantraeta/or Endowments or /or Benefits in the nature thereof 





Number. 


Amount 


Contractt in force Slst December, 1894 


558 


165,000 CO 




luring 1895.... 




GroEs number and amount of oontraots on foot at any time d 


563 
59 


166,000 00 




Number. 


Amount. 




Dednctions : 


50 

9 
i. 


$ c 

15,400 00 

2,400 00 




" lapsed in 1896 








Total dednctions extended 


59 


17,800 00 


17.800 01 


Net endowment contracts on foot Slst Decen 
No of certificate holders in good standing Slst 


iber,1896 


494 
494 


$147,900 0* 


December, 189 


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(6) CotUraeU for Iruwranee other t\an Bndowmmtt, Siok Btmpa or Funeral BenefUt. 









Number. 


AvnAnnl: 






GcmtraotB in foroe Slot December, 1894 


1,725 
606 


$ c. 
1,260,900 00 


Add onntraotB teketi in 180R. new or rfinewed - - - 


480,000 00 




nngl895 




Groes number and amount of contraets on foot at any time da 


2,881 
299 


1,740,900 00 


Dednotiona : 

Contmota lapsed in 1896 


Number. 


Amount. 




290 
9 


$ c. 
228,700 00 

4,800 00 




" matured in 1895 








Total dedocMonB extended 


299 


288,000 00 


288,000 00 






Net oontraots on foot Slst December, 1895 . . . 




2,032 


1,607,900 M 




ecember, 1895. 
toember, 1895. . 




Number of such certificate holden in good standing at Slst D 


1,998 




Grand total number certificate holden in A ai 


idB, atSUtDc 


1,998 





III. FUNBRAL BbNBVITS. 

Funeral Benefits are undertaken by the Grand Lodge. Total membenhip of Subor- 
dinate Bodies at Slst December, 1895, in Ontario, 3,355. British Columbia, 311.— Total, 
3,666. 

Nineteen members died during 1895 ; and the amount of Funeral benefits paid, 
1895, was $760. 

Fifteen members' wives died in 1895 ; and the amount of Funeral Benefits paid, 
1895, was taOO. 

Total cash standing to the credit of Funeral Benefit Fund at 31st December, 1895, 
was $100.36. 

lY. Siok Benbfitb. 

Sick Benefits are undertaken by Subordinate Lodges entirely. 
Number of members who received Sick Benefits in 1895, 434. 
The total amount of benefits paid in 1895, $5,491.24. 
Number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895, 1,607. 



The total amount paid for medical fees was $2,832.64. 

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V. ASSBT8. 

n^^A-Rr^^ Subordinate 

Grand Body. 3^^^^ 

Oaah value of mortgages $2,000 00 

'' bonds, debentures and secarities 1,216 67 $3,813 83 

Oash on deposit to Society's credit, not drawn against as follows : 

In Imperial Bank, Qaeen and Yonge Streets, Toronto. . . 6,700 89 8,091 34 

In Western Canada Loan and Savings Company 1,174 99 

Interest dae and accrued 43 33 54 91 

Dues and assessments in course of collection 1,380 39 1,965 21 

MisceUaneous 1,400 69 8,846 20 



Total assets $13,916 96 $22,771 49 



Vr. Liabilities. 

Amount of claims supposed or reported $1,600 00 

other liabilities 57 62 $1,190 30 



Total liabilities $1,657 62 $1,190 30 



YII MlSGELLANBOUS. 

Actions or proceedings instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society during 
1895.— None. 

Assessments are made for purposes of life insurance monthly, and are payable on the 
first of each month. Twelve sucb assessments were made in 1895. 

The Society's books were duly audited during 1895, April 27, July 26, Oct. 25, 
1895; February 21, 1896. 

Books of record or account kept by the Society : Register of certiBcates, register of 
lodges, cash book, journals and ledger. 

Names and post office addresses of the Auditors for 1896 were as follows : G. £. R* 
WilsoD, Colborne, Out. ; W. L. Young, Markdale, Out ; M. B. Thomas, Dundas, Ont. 

No changes were, during 1895, made in the Constitution and Eules in respect to 
insurance certificates or benefits. 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario at 31st Dec, 1895, 1,998. 

Number of members in Ontario who died during 1895, 9. 

Amount of death benefits paid to Ontario members during 1895, $6,100. 

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VIII. Cash Bbceipts. 

Caah balance from 1894 (not extended) Grand Treasurer . . $1,709 51 
" " " •' " Trustees .... 1,166 33 

Subordinate 
Grand Body. Bodies. 

Cash received during 1895 from ; 

Application fees |648 00 

Initiation fees 

Dues 

Assessments 13,189 23 

Per capita tax and levies 4,711 78 

Degrees and cards 

Supplies sold 24 12 

Interest 174 03 

Rent 

Fines 6 00 

All other sources 17 81 



11,606 76 

27 22 

16,767 54 


87 


60 


130 07 
383 43 


987 


24 



Total receipts $18,800 97 $19,879 7fr 

IX. Cash Expenditure. 
Cash paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Ea^muea of Management, 

Law costs 

Commission ...••• 

Premiums for guarantee of officers 

Supplies bought 

Travelling expenses 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees 2,179 99 

Clerk hire 

Printing, stationery and advertising 

Postage, telegrams and express 

Rent, light, heat and taxes , 

Registration fee 

Expenses of annual meeting 

Official journal 

Other expenses t . 

Total expenses of management $4,754 61 $7,114 75 

(5) Miscettaneatis Payments. 

Per capita tax and levies other than for management 3,934 40 

life insurance claims 6,000 00 

Funeral benefits 1,060 00 

Benefits to widows and orphans 1,119 95 450 84 

Sick benefite * 76 00 5,491 24 

Medical attendance 2,832 4 

Endowments or payments in the nature thereof 700 00 

Other expenditure 90 37 





Subordinate 


Grand Body. 
2 00 


Bodies. 


75 00 




25 00 




149 70 




409 71 




. 2,179 99 


702 .99 


30 00 




289 92 




246 97 




180 42 


1,795 92 


25 00 




673 60 




140 00 




327 40 


4,615 84 



$19,823 87 

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GRAND ORANGE LODGE BRITISH AMERICA BENEFIT FUND. 

Annual Statbmbnt fob thb Ybar Ending 31st Dboembbb, 1895. 

Head Office, 49 King Street Wed, Toronto, Ontario: 



Organized let January, 1830, and inoorporated in Canada 24th April, 1890. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at the 3l8t December, 1895 were as follows: 

Hon. N. 0. Wallace, M.P., President Ottawa, 

' Wm. Nicholson, Executive , Hamilton. 

W. J. Parkhill, J.P., Treasurer Midland. 

Judge W. W. Fitzgerald, Executive Welland. 

W. M. Lockhart. " Alliston. 

J. H. Devitt, " Blackstock. 

James Morrow, " Silver Springs. 

John 0. Gass, " Shubenacadie, N.S. 

A. J. Armstrong, " St. John, N.B. 

Robert Birmingham, Secretary Toronto. 



I. CuRBBNOY OF INSURANCE Cbrtifioates. — No information. 

II. MOVEMBNT IN INSURANCE CERTIFICATES. 

(a) Contracts for Endowments or for Benefits in the nature thereof. — None. 
. (6) Contracts for Insurance other than Endowments, Sick or Funeral Benefits, 





Number. 


Amoant 


OoQtnctR in force 31»t Deoember, 1894 ... . 
Add contracto t»ken during 18d5, Dew or ren 
OroBB number and amount of contracts on fo 




1 


2,380 
184 


$ c. 

2,380,000 00 

184,000 00 


owed 




ot at any time during 1895 . . 


2,514 

222 
2,292 


3,514.000 00 


Pedactions : 


Number. 


Amount 




DnntraAtii matured in ^ 895 ,,,,,^ ■>,*,,.■,, 


18 
204 
222 


9 0. 

18,000 00 

204,000 00 




" lapaed in 1895 








TntAl dAdiintirmH carried out ...........,,, 


232,000 00 


282,000 00 






Net contracts on foot at any time daring 1896 






2.293,000 00 



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III. FUHBBAL BunSFITS. 



Funeral Benefits are undertaken by the Sabordinate Bodiee, with a membership at 
3l8t December, 1895, of 65,500. 



IV. SiOK Benefits. 
Sick Benefits are undertaken by the Primary Lodges. 

V. Assets. 



Cash in Secretary's hands $ 109 32 

'* on deposit to Society's credit, not drawn against, in Dominion Bank 

Toronto 11,674 02 

Total assets $11,783 34 



VI. Liabilities. 

Amount of claims admitted by the Society $7,000 00 

Total liabilities $7,000 00 

VIL Miscellaneous. 



Actions or proceedings instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society during 
1895.— None. 

One assessment per month is made for purposes of insurance certificates or benefits. 
Twelve such assessments were made during 1895, and were payable at the close of each 
and every month. 

The Society's accounts were duly audited on December 28th, 1895. 

The following books of record and account are kept for purposes of insurance certifi- 
cates or benefits : Membership register, assessment register and cash book. 

Names and post office addresses of the Auditors for 1896 were as follows : Major 
Sam Hughes, M.P., Lindsay, and A. J. Sinclair. Toronto. 

No changes were, during 1895, made in the Constitution and Rules of the Society in 
relation to insurance certificates or benefits. 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario, 1,945. 

Number of members in Ontario died during 1895, 18. 

Amount of death benefits paid to Ontario members during 1895, $13,000. 

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VIII. Cash Rbobipts. 

Cash balanoe from 1894 (not extended) 1876.87 

Gash received during 1895 from : 

Application feea - $ 540 00 

Initiation fees 168 00 

Dues 2, 1 09 00 

Assessments 24,683 31 

Total receipts $27,500 31 

IX. Cash Expbmditurb. 
Oasb paid daring 1895 for : 

(a) Expemsa of Management. 

Commission to agents $ 540 00 

Eegistration fee 25 00 

Investigation of claims ' 20 00 

Interest 24 45 

Travelling expenses 112 75 

Eent, light, heat and taxes 169 50 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees 1,392 75 

Clerk hire 936 00 

Printing, stationery, advertising and supplies 652 50 

Postage, telegrams and express 287 44 

. Premiums for guarantee of lodge officers * 40 00 

Refund 3 00 

Total expenses of management $4,203 39 

(b) MiacelUmeoua Payments, 

life insurance claims $13,000 00 

Total expenditure $17,203 39 



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SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Annual Statrusnt fob xhb Ybar Ending 91st Dbcembbr, 1895 

HecLd Office^ 4,07 Shawmui Avenuey Boston^ Uasa, 



• Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontarto, Daniel F. Mao Watt, Barrie. 
Organized 23rd of June, 1877, incorporated in Maasachnsetts 6th November, 1877. 



The Execative Officers of the Society at the 3l8t December, 1895, were as follows : 

John K Pound, Supreme Regent Lockport, N. Y . 

W. O. Robson, " Secretary Boston, Mbrs. 

E. A Skinner, " Treasurer Westdeld, N. Y. 

I. Curbbnot of Ihsubakcb Cbbtifioates. 

Amounts covered by contracts other than for Endowments, or for sick or 

Funeral Benefits, in force 31st December, 1895 $503,452,500,00. 

IL Motbmekt in In;»ubanob Cbbtifioates. 

(a) Oontracta for Endowments or for Benefits in the nature thereof. — None. 
(6) ConiracU far Insurance oiher than Endowments, Slek Benefits or Funeral Bsnefiis. 






Number. 


Amount. 


Omtncts in force 81st December, 1884 


169,807 
20,464 


$ c 
463,063,600 00 

« 6.861.600 00 


Add contracts taken during 1895, new and leni 
Gross nnmber and amount of oont^scts on foot 


owed 


at any time daring 1895 


179,761 
6,701 


619.916,000 00 


Deductions : 

Contracts matured in 1895 by death 

'* lapsed in 1S93, vSuspension 

" surrendered in 1886, Withd'ls. . . . 

** cancelled in 1895, Expulsion 

Add to above deductions the amount by 
which various certificates still on foot 
were reduced durinff 1895 


Number. 

1,627 

4,000 

111 

8 


Amount. 




9 c. 

4,436,600 00 

11,468.600 00 

818,000 00 

9,000 00 

241,600 0) 
16,221,000 00 




Total deductions extended 


6,701 










16.402,600 UO 




174 000 


1 Wl A.\0 fUVX AA 











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V, A88BT8. 

0«8h value of real estate, less encambrances ••..•• t5 1,160 97 

bonds, etc 20,010 00 

Cash on deposit to Society's credit; not drawn a^nst, in the following 
banks: 

W, and 0. B. Death Fund, • 

Commonwealth, Boston $16,494 96 

Republic, " 15.341 01 

N. K Trust Ca " 60,000 00 

National Baltimore 17,991 71 

American, " 20,000 00 

Buffalo 20,000 00 

America, Chicago 32,961 73 

Bankers, " 32,009 12 

Commercial, Cleveland 31,393 06 

Commercial, Detroit 34,3«1 14 

First National, New York 11,275 69 

Merchants, " 12,167 86 

Republic, " 10,126 92 

Garfield, " 12,805 43 

Corn, Exchange, *• 11,969 83 

U. S. Trust Co., ** , 60,000 00 

Central, Philadelphia 21,888 74 

Pittsburg 23,362 11 

Commerce, St, Louis 34,129 28 

Toronto 4,796 69 

Westfield 7.965 18 

Total W. andO. B. Death Fund.. 470,040 46 

General Fund. 

Garfield, New York 10,784 04 

Commonwealth, Boston 9,646 78 

Westfield 5,405 88 

Total General Fund 25,836 70 

Nat Bank of the Commonwealth, Boston, Sup. Secty's 

Contingent Fund 2,500 00 

Dues and assessments due and unpaid (per capita tax, etc.) 28,555 13 
Dues and assessments called, but not yet payable (estimated) 291,783 04 

Net value extended 320,338 17 

Interest due and accrued on bonds etc 190 00 

Interest due and accrued on Bank balances and depodts 2,081 30 

All other assets 9,169 49 

Total assets $901,335 09 

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Vl. Liabilities. 

Amount of claiins admitted $153,000 00 

" «• supposed or reported or adjusted * 417,000 00 

" " resisted 30,000 00 

AU other liabilities 1,384 05 

Total liabilities 8601.384 05 



VII. MiSCSLLANBOUS. 



Actions or proceedings instituted by or against the Sociecy during 1895 : 4581, J. 
B Foley, died July 14th, 1890; miurepresentations as to physical conditions; three 
trials resulted in favor of order ; appeal pending ; f 3,000. 9058, M. B. Hallman, died 
March 12th, 1894 ; contested ; misrepresentation in making contract ; no suit brought ; 
$3,000. 10191, L. Steinherz, died December 6fch, 1894 ; contested ; misrepresentation 
of occupation; $3,000. 10,377, 0. J. Hogan, died March 2ad, 1895; contested; mis- 
representation of oocupation ; no suit brought, $3,000. l0550, H. Soholer, died April 
2nd, 1895 ; contested ; misrepresentation aa to physical condition ; in court; $3,000. 



Glass £. — Oontingent claims presented by beneficiaries through attorneys, 
proofs filed as required by our law. Resisted for reasons stated : 



No 



Name. 


OodneiL 


RemarkB. 


.T, W. liVfH!k^#^ .............. 


1472 
992 
648 

450 

419 


Died after expoLnon by Connoil ; in oourt. 

Died after ezpulBion by Oouncil ; in oourt. 

Illegally admitted; made new application and died 
before re-examination 

Died August 2nd, 1888, ten yean after Buspension ; in 
court. 

Elected to membership but died before receiving the 


J.J.Berkhout 

KewMintx 

Larkin H. Reeves 


A. P. NioholB 




dearr*^ ; in court. 



Five full rate claims $15,000 00 

Assessments for the purpose of life insurance certificates are made as often as appear 
necessary ; fifteen assessments were made during the year 1895. 

The accounts and books of the Society were audited for the year 1895 on April 13th 
and October 9th. 

The books of record and account kept for purposes of insurance certificates or bene- 
fits are registers of membership of each council, registers of benefit certificates, registers 
of deaths, registers of suspension, withdrawals, etc., and the usual cash books, journals 
snd ledgers. 

Name and address of the auditors of accounts for 1895 : G. P. IngersoU, Buffalo, 
New York ; W. L. Douglas, Garfield National Bank, New York ; 0. O. Spencer, Hart- 
'ord, Conn. 



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No changes were, daring 1895, made in the organization and management of the 
Society. 

Certain changes were, daring 1895, made in the Constitution and Rules, in relation 
to insurance certilicates or benefits. 

Number of certificate holders in Onjbario at 31st December, 1895, 3,431. 

Number of members in Ontario who died during 1895, 35. 

Amount of death benefits paid to Ontario members during 1895, (9 1,500. 

yJII. Cash Eeobipts. 

Cash balances from 1894 (not extended) $187,797.88 

Application fees, benefit certificates '. $39,690 00 

Assessments 4,2U4,007 88 

Per capita tax and levies -. 53,5 17 36 

Fines 1,901 10 

Dues and cards from members at large 13 00 

Charter fees - 1,250 00 

Supplies sold to Qrand and Subordinate Councils < . . 9,31 4 56 

Rent 555 00 

Interest and dividends 14 954 79 

AU other sources 2,616 94 

Total cash receipts ^4,327,820 63 

IX. Cash Expsnoiturb. 

Cash paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Expenset of Managemeni. 

Charter fees, extension of the Order $18,151 72 

Law costs and investigation of claims 2,423 47 

Travelling expenses, official visits, etc 3,084 05 

Rent, light, heat and taxes 615 40 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees 23,458 10 

Clerk hire 23.220 88 

Supreme Council session 16,972 29 

Official journal 644 26 

Printing, stationery and advertising 6,351 59 

Pofctage, telegrams and express 4,408 70 

Registration fees 119 83 

Supplies bought 

Other management expenses 9,677 34 



Total expenses of management $104,1?6 63 

(b) MisceUaneoua Expenditure. 

Life insurance olaims $4,197,446 12 

Expenditure other than foregoing 6,151 10 

Total expenditure $4,203.597 23 

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ROYAL TEMPLA.R9 OF TEMPERANCE. 

Annual Statkment for thb Year Ending 31st Degbmber, 1895. 

HecLd Office, 112 James Street, Hamilton, Ont. 



Organized, 13th February, 1884, and incorporated in Ontario, 9th February, 1885. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at Slat December, 1895, were as follows : 

A. M. Featherston, Dominion Councillor Montreal, Que. 

J. II. Land, Dominion' Secretary Hamilton, Ont. 

P. H. Stewart, Dominion Auditor Barrie, Ont. 

B. E. McKenzie, M.D., Medical Referee Toronto. 

I. Currency op Insurance Certificates. 

Amount covered by Endowment contracts in force Slst December, 1895, 

maturing subsequently to 1900 $1,713,000 00 

Amount covered by contracts other than for Endowments, or for Sick or 

Funeral BenefiU 8,348,500 00 

IL Movement in Insurance Certificates. 
(a) Contracts far Endowments or Benefits in the nature thereof. 







' 


Number. 


Amount. 






Contracto in force .Slat December, 1894 


2,136 
223 


$ c. 

1,580,250 00 


Add contract* taken dnring 189.5 - 


186 750 00 




b at any time daring 1895 




Gross number and amount of contracts on foot 


2,859 
6 


1,717.000 00 




Number. 


Amount. 




Dednctions : 


6 


$ c 
4,000 00 








Total deductions extended 


6 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 








2,353 


1,713,000 OO 



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(&) Contraett for InsuraituM other than Endotoments, Stek or Funeral Benefit*. 





Number. 


Amount 


OontniotB in f tee 81st December, 18W 


5,457 
968 


$ c. 

7,750,500 (0 

1,169,500 00 


Add contracts taken during 1895, new or renewed 




t at any time in 


1895 




Gross number and amount of contracts on foo 


6,426 
511 


8,929,000 00 




Number. 


Amount. 




Deductions : 

Contracts matured in 18d5 

• Iapsedinl8d5 


40 
471 


$ 0. 

55,000 00 
523,500 00 




Add to above deductions the amount by 
which various certificates still on foot 
were reduced during 1895 


611 


578,500 00 
2,000 00 










Total deductions extended 


511 


580,500 00 


580.500 00 






Net contrac'u on foot 31st December, 1895. . . 






5,914 

1 

5,859 


8,848,600 00 


Grand total No. of certificate holders in A 
and B, 3l«t Dec.. 1896 







10,065,600 00 











111. Funeral Benefits. 

Faneral Benefits are undertaken by the Grand Council of Ontario, the total mem- 
bership of T/hich is 556. 

Four members ol the Grand Council died in 1895, and funeral benefits were paid 
amounting to $200. 



IV. Sick Benefits. 

Sick Benefits are undertaken by the Grand Council of Ontario. 

There were paid in 1895 Sick Benefits to 73 members. 

Amount paid for Sick Benefits, $1,745. 

The number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895 ^as 349. 

Total cash standing to the credit of Sick and Funeral Benefit Fund at Slst Decem- 
ber, 1895, was $420.13. 



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V. ASSBTS. 



Actual cash on haod (other than in bank) held by the Secretary pending 
deposit 

0»»h on depoeit* to Society'^ credit, not drawn againt>t, in the following 
chartered banks : 

Bank of Montreal, Hamilton 

B.N. A. " 

Molaon's Bank, " 

P. O. Savings Bank ** 

l>iieB and afseaaments called but not yet paynble 

Interest on bank balances 

All other assets 



ToUls 



Supreme 
Body. 



Grand Body. 



4,212 67 



48 424 40 



25,000 00 

94 S4 

2,37i 92 

1.403 60 

12 9 3 79 



94,413 62 



420 13 
337 64 



1,874 22 



2,131 89 



VI. Liabilities. 



Amount of claims admitted by Society 

'* supposed or resisted . 

Amount of all other liabilities 



Totals 




1.450 00 



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VII. MlBOBLLANKOnS. 

No actions or proceedings were institated or prosecuted by or against the Society 
daring 1895. 

Assessments are made for purposes of life insurance each month, and are payable 
first of each month. Twelve such assessments were made in 1895. Assessments for 
Disability Benefits are made three times each year. 

The Society's books were duly audited during 1895, in February, March* May, JaJy, 
August, November. 

Names and post office addresses of the auditors for 1895 were as follows : P. H. 
Stewart (regular Auditor), B»rrie, Out; Byron Smith, Hamilton, Ont.; Q. A. Blackstosk 
(special Auditors), Hamilton, Out. 

Certain changes in the Constitution and Rules were made during 1895. 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario 31st December, 1895, 4,807. 

Number of Members in Ontario who died during 1895, 36. 

Amount of death benefit claims paid to Ontario members during 1895, $51,300.00. 

VIII. Cash Receipts. 



Cash received during 1895, from : 

Application fees 

ABsessmentB 

Assessment fees 

Per capita tax and levies . . . 

Supplies sold 

Charter fees 

All other sources 



Total 



Supreme 
Body. 



9 c 

1,033 00 

74.406 72 

3,729 31 

4,694 26 

628 80 



454 65 



84,916 74 



Grand Body. 



I c. 

243 95 
2,212 IB 



6,246 66 
168 46 
565 00 
890 75 



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]X. Cash Expbnditurb 



(a) Expitues of Managetneni, 

Ck>iiimi88ioii 

Law costs 

Registration fee 

Interest 

Supplies bought 

Expenses Anoual Meeting 

Salaries, officers* and auditors' fees 

Travelling expenses 

Official journal 

Printing, stationery and advertising 

Premiums for guarantee Loige Officers 

PostagH, telegrams and express . 



Total expenses of management. 



(6) Miscellaneous paymenU : 

Endowments or payments in the nature thereof 

Life insurance daims other than endowments 

Sick benefits 

Foneral benefits . . . 

Per capita tax or levies 

Other expenditure 



Total. 



Sapreme 
Body. 



$ c. 

705 00 

366 48 

25 00 

3 00 

703 80 



3,577 67 



Grand Body. 



6,626 00 

326 61 

50 00 

237 08 



I 



2,750 00 
60,800 00 



1,112 70 



$ c. 

1,441 03 
4 56 



296 42 

2,834 41 

82 65 



876 65 
217 80 



11.709 64 5,263 43 



1,746 00 
200 00 

2,143 96 
475 90 



76,382 34 I 9.818 29 



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SUPREME TENT OF THE KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES OF THE WORLD, 
Annual Statkmjsnt fob thb Year Ekdino 318T Deckiibbr, 1895. 
Head Office, 627 Huron Avenus, Port Huron, Mich, 



Chief Agent aod Attorney for the Province of Ontario, H. E. Trent, 186 Adelaide Stie^t 

West, Toronto. 



Organized Ist September, 1683, incorporated in State of Michigan 11th September, 1885. 
Re-incorporated Angust 3 Ist, 1894. and November 7th, 1895. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at the 3 Ist December, 1895, were as follows : 

Daniel P. Markey, Supreme Commander Port Huron. 

Nathan S. Boynton *< Record Keeper Port Huron. 

Chas. D. Thompson << Finance *< Port Huron. 

. John W. Porter " Trustee Port Huron. 

David D. Aitkin " Trustee , Flint. 

I. GURRBNCT OF InSURANCB CERTIFICATES. 



Amount covered by contracts other than endowments, or for Sick or Funeral 

Benefits, at 31st December, 1895 $43,256,376 71 



II. Movement in Insurance Certificates. 

(a) Contracts for Endowment or for Benefits in the nature thereof. — No information. 

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(h) ContracUfor Insurance other than Endowments^ Siek Benefits or FunercU Benefits. 



Ooniraots in force Slat December, 1894 

Add contracts taken daring 1893| new or renewed 

Oroaa nnmber and amount of contracts on foot at any time during 1896 



Deductions : 
Coniraete matujred in 1895 . 
lapsed in 1895 . . . 



Add to above deductions the amount by which 
▼arious certiScates still on foot were re* 
duced during 1895 



Total deductions extended 

Net contracts on foot at 81st December, 1895 



Number. 



Amount. 



494 
7.819 



8,313 



8,318 



$ c 
852,700 00 

16,608,300 00 



17,661,000 00 
22,000 00 



17,688,000 00 



Number. 



71,230 
31,822 



103.052 



8,313 



94.739 



Amount. 



$ 0. 

116.344,876 71 

46,595,000 00 



160.939,876 71 



17,688,000 00 



143,256,376 71 



III. AND IV. FuNBRiLL AND SiCK Bbnbfits. — None. 

V. A88BTS. 

Actual caah on hand 3 Ist December, 1895 $2,797 13 

Port Huron Savings Bank 10,709 57 

Cash in Oommercial Bank, Port Huron 165,317 44 

Dues and assessments called, but not yet payable 100,000 00 



Total assets $278,824 14 

YI. Liabilities. 

Amount of claims admitted by Society ... $44,000 00 

" in process of adjustment 105,400 00 

" resisted 24,000 00 

" other liabilities 12,095 67 



Total liabilities $185,495 57 

YII. MiSOELLAKXOUS. 

Actions or proceedings instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society during 1895. 

No information. 
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Assessments were made monthly after July Ist, 1895. 

Thirteen assessments were made during the year 1895 and were payable on the first 
day of each month, and Ist and 15th Jane, 1895. 

The Society's books and accounts were audited each month by the Supreme Auditors. 

Names and addresses of the Auditors for 1895 : 

Supreme Finance Auditors : E. B. Tibbals, Port Huron, Mich. ; T. A. Golden, Port 
Huron, Mich. ; W. F. B. Coulter, Sarnia, Ont. Meet monthly. 

Supreme Board of Trustees : Daniel P. Mar key, Nathan S. Brynton, Charles D. 
Thompson, John W. Porter, all of Port Huron, Mich. Meet weekly. 

Certain changes were made in the organization or manageaient during the year 1895 
in relation to Insurance Certificates or Benefits, which are duly tiled with this statement. 

Registers are kept for purposes of Life Insurance and Benefits. 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario at 3l8t Dec., 1895, 7,976. 

Number of members in Ontario who died during 1895, 44. 

Amount of Death Benefits paid to Ontario members during 1895, $71,800. 

VIII. Cash Receipts. 

Cash Balances from 1894 (not extended) $105,425 89 

Cash received during 1895 : 

Application fees 8 18,130 25 

Assessments 1,021,254 19 

Dues 2,136 94 

Charter fees and supdlies 5,855 61 

Interest 2,194 68 

All other sources .* 2,800 00 

Total cash receipts $1,052,371 67 

IX. Cash Expenditure. 

(a) Expenses of manetgemefU. 

Commission $10,137 49 

Law costs 2,553 47 

• Great camp state conventions 4,412 16 

Percentage paid state great camps 33,174 29 

Expenses of meeting 5,799 91 

Supplies bought 18,203 56 

Travelling expenses : 5,312 24 

Rent, light, heat and taxes 2,604 12 

Salaries, officers', auditors, fees 14 224 48 

Clerk hire 12,968 61 

Printing official journal 27,156 26 

Printing, stationery, etc 13,163 16 

Postage, telegrams and express 8 015 96 

Other management expenses 3,369 39 

Total expenses of manafi;ement $161,465 10 

(b) MiseeUaneoiis Expenditure, 

Life insurance claims other than endowments 817,070 12 

Advanced payments returned to rejected members 438 20 

Total expenditure $9 78, 973 J2 

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OOMMEROIAL TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATION OF CANADA. 

Annual Statxhbnt for the Year Ending 30th November, 1895. 

Head Office, 51 Fonge Street, Toronto, Ont. 



Organised in 1871, and incorporated in Canada, 26th May, 1874. 



The Execatiye Officers for the year ending 30th November, 1895, were as follows : 

Robt. H. Gray, President Toronto. 

Robt J. Orr, Ist Vice-President Toronto. 

Chas. E. Kyle. 2nd VicePresider t Toronto. 

Jas. C. Black, Treasurer Toronto. 

Ja& Sargant, Secretary Toronto. 

I. OURQENOY OF INSURANCE CeRTIFICATE& — NonO. 

II Movement in Insurance Oertifioates. — None. 

IIL SioK Benefits.— No Official Sick Fond. 

Funeral Benefits. — None. 

V. AfSETS. 

Gash value of real estate | 50,000 00 

" shares, bonds, debentures, etc 175,152 65 

Mortgages 16,333 33 

Gash on deposit not drawn n^gainst in Dominion Bank, Toronto 6,817 18 

All other assets 2,000 00 

Total assets «250,303 16 

VI. Liabilities. — None. 

Vil. Miscellaneous. 

No assessments are made. 

The Association's bodks were duly audited on Ddoember 10th, 1895. 

No books of record or account are kept for purp}8e8 of Insurance Contracts or 
Beneliu. 

Names and post office addresses of the Auditors for 1895, were as follows : William 
Anderson, Toronto ; William Badeaach, Toronto. 

No changes were, during 1895, made in the Constitution or Rules in relation to 
insurance Certificates or Benefits. 

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Cash Reobipts. 

Gash ItfJance from 1894 (not extended) $864 30 

Cash received duria^ 1895 from : 

Travelling certificates $36,580 00 

Honorary " 2,650 00 

Dnplicate " 88 00 

Interest " 9,687 77 

Additional Accident Insurance 2,049 25 

Rentals 2,010 00 

Land Security Debenture 10,00000 

Total receipte $63,065 02 



Cash Expbnditubk. 
Amount paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Eacpenses of MatMgemerU. 

Agencies $ 594 48 

Papers and periodicals 148 28 

Auditors and scrutineers 375 00 

Treasurer ' 200 00 

Actuary 250 00 

Legal charges 242 54 

Non-resident directors 258 00 

Sundries \ 673 07 

Printing and advertising ...«.' 862 10 

Stationery and postage 470 % 

Secretary's salary 1,800 00 

Assistant's " 424 00 

Petty cash 1 69 65 

Wages 460 88 

Lighting 114 18 

Taxes and insurance, etc 399 90 

Water • 215 11 

Heating 212 29 

Building improvements 537 65 

Furniture * 51 85 

Total expenses of management $8,459 88 

(b) M%9cdlwMou8 Payments, 

Mortuary benefits 30,390 00 

Accident bonuses 1,671 50 

Investments : 

Burk's Palls School debentures 5,1 17 70 

Bracebridge Waterworks debentures 11,473 06 

Balance in Dominion Bank ^fil 7 1^ 

Total expenditure $63,929 32 

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COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY OF WESTERN 

ONTARIO. 

Annual Statbmbnt fob the Ybar Emdiko SIbt Dbcbmbbr, 1895. 

Bectd Office^ Masonic Temple, Richmond Street^ London, Oni. 



Organized 3rd Octot>er, 1885, incorporated 4th November, 1885. 

The Ezecntive Oificers of the Society at the 3l8t December, 1895, were as follows : 

Thomas P. Blackwdl, President London. 

Alfred Robinson, Secretary London. 

W. S. Case, Treasurer London. 

I. Currency of Insurance Csetificatis. 

Amoant covered by Endowment conttaots. — None. 

Amount covered by contracts other than for Endowments or for sick or 

funeral benefits in force 3l8t December, 1895 $712,336 00 

II. Movements in Insurance Certificates. 
(a) Contracts for Endowments or for Benefits in the nature thereof. — None. 
{b) Conirctcts for Insurance oth^r than Endowments, Sick^ Benefits or Funwal Benefits : 





' 




Number. 


Amount. 




Oontwictii in force 8lBt December, 1894 

Add eonUaots taken daring 1895, new or renewed 


luring 1895.... 


885 
95 


$ 0. 

664,135 00 


GroM nnmber and amoant of coatracto on foot at any time d 


920 
78 




(\vntTtuvt» fnatnrfld id 1896 . 


Number. 


Amoant. 




5 
71 


$ 0. 

4,108 00 




lapsed 




Total dednctionB 


7« 












844 


. 712,886 00 

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III. AND IV. FUNBBAL AND SiCK BbNKFITS. — None. , 

V. Assets. 

Bonds, debentures, securities $2,900 00 

Cash OD deposit to Society's credit, ^ot drawn iagainst, in the following 
chartered banks : 

Huron and Erie Savings and Loan Oompany, London 2,397 01 

Dominion Savings and Investment Society, I/ondon 4,161 87 



ToUl assets $9,458 88 

Vr. Liabilities — None. 

YII. Miscellaneous. 

No actions or proceedings instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society daring 
1895. 

Assessments were made every two months and were payable on the 31st of the 
months in which they were levied. 

The books of the Society were audited twice during 1895, viz. : June 18th and 18th 
December. 

The books kept for purposes of insurance certificates or benefits are register, cash 
book, receipt book and ledger. 

The names and post office address of the Auditors for 1895, are as follows : John N. 
Overell and Chas, F. Complin, London, Out. 

No changes were made in the organization or management of the Society during 1895. 

Certain changes were made during 1895 in the Constitution and Laws in relation to 
Insurance Certificates or Benefits, and the same are filed herewith. 

VIII. Cash Receipts. 

Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $3,005.22 

Cash received during 1895 from : 

^ Application fees $ 95 00 

Daes \ 842 00 

Assessments 7,427 35 

Assessments in advance 12J 35 

Annual fees for 1896 21 00 

•• »* 1897 i 00 

Interest and dividends 338 53 



Total cash receipU $8,847 23 

IX. Cash Expenditure. 

(a) Expengea of ManagemerU, 

Registration fee 10 00 

Rent, light, heat and taxea 75 00 

Salaries, ofloicers' and auditors' fees 580 00 

Cleik hire 100 00 

Printing, stationery and advertising 209 33 

Postage, telegrams and ozpress ; 201 24 

Premium for guarantee of lodge ofi&cers 10 00 

Total expenses of mansgement $1,185 57 

(b) Jliicellaneous Expenditure, 

Life insuraaee olaiina other than endowment 4,108 00 

Grand tDtal expenditure $5,293 j7 

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UNITED PROTESTANT BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.* 

(Late TouDg Men's Protestant Benevolent Association.*) 

Annual Stat£mbnt fob thb Yeab Ending SIst Deoxmbbb, 1895. 

Head Office, 419 King Street EoBt, Hamilton, Onf. 



Organized, 30th Argnst, 1881, incorporated, 18th July, 1893. 



The Execatiye Officers of tte Society at the 31st December, 1895, were as follows : 

Fred Taggert, Grand Mast^'r Eamilton. 

Thos. Bowerbank, Deputy Grand Master Oak ville. 

James F. Harper, Grand Treasurer Hamilton, 

E. J. F. Fisher, " Medical Referee Toronto. 

William Derby, " Secretary, 419 King St. E Hamilton. 

FUNBBAL BbNBFITS. 

The Funeral BeneBts are undertaken by the Subordinate Lodges, the membership of 
which at Slst December, 1895, was 490. Three members of the Society died in 1895. 
The amount of Funeral Benefits paid in 1895 was $80. 

Sick Benefits. 

Sick benefits are ULdeitaken by the Subordinate Lodges. 

Number of members who received sick benefits in 1895, 18. 

Amount of benefits paid in 1895, $140. 

Number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895, 50. 

Amount paid for medical attendance, $178. 

Total amount of cash standing to credit of general fund in Subordinate Lodges, 
$2,761. This fund is held and is liable for all sick and funeral benefits. 

Assets. 

Cash in hands of Grand Treasurer $ 50 00 

•* Subordinate Lodges 1,105 00 

Total assets $M55 00 

Liabilities. 
Due by Grand Lodge for supplies $63 89 

*N0Ta— The corporate name was altered to United PrntestAnt Beoevolent Asaociation, by order of 
the Lieoteiaait-Ooveraor of Ootario in Council, dated 2l8t April, 1894. 

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MiSCELLAHBOUS. 

No actions or proceedings were instituted by or against the Society daring 1895. 

The accounts of the Society were audited 15th August, 1895. 

The books of account kept by the Society are : ledgers of 6|rand Secretary and 
Treasurer, and cash book. 

Names and addresses of Auditors of accounts for 1895 : E. J. F. Fisher, Toronto ; 
Wm. Lunt and Lewis Bradt, of Hamilton. 

No changes have, during 1895, been made in the Constitution and Rules in relation 
to insurance certificates. 

Cash Receipts. 

Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $1 15.30 

Per capita tax and levies $188 05 

Supplies sold * 45 00 

Total receipts $233 05 



Cash Expenditure. 

(a) Expenses of Management: 

Registration fee $3 00 

Expenses of annual meeting 4 50 

Supplies bought 98 11 

Travelling expenses 22 00 

Salaries, cfficers' and auditors' fees 47 00 

Printing, stationery and advertising 3 00 

Postage, telegrams and express 12 15 

Total expenses of management $189 76 



(5) MisceUaneouB Expenditure 

Funeral benefits $80 00 

Sick benefits 140 00 

Medical attendance 178 00 

Total expenses $587 76 

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SONS OF ENGLAND BENEFIT SOCIETY.* 
Annual Statbhsnt fob Ybab Ending 31st Dkceubkr, 1895. 
Head Office, 28 Queen Street West, Toronto, 



Organized 12th December, 1874, incorporated 19th February, 1875. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at the Slst Deoember, 1895, were as follows : 

Creo. Olatworthy, Grand President Toronto. 

J. W. Loudon, Grand Vice-President Belleville. 

Wm. Hancock, Past Grand President Hamilton. 

B. Hinchcliffe, Grand Treasurer Toronto. 

John W. Carter, Grand Secretary Toronto. 

L CuRBENCY OP Insurancb Cbetificatbs. 

Amount covered by contracts other than endowments or for Sick or Funeral 

Benefite in force Slst December, 1895 ..$2,710,000 OO 

II. MOVBHBNT IN INSURANCE CERTIFICATES. 

(a) Contracts for Endowments or for Benefits in the nature thereof. — None. 
(6) Contracta for Insurance other than EndotomentSj Sick or Funeral Benefits, 









Number. 


Amount. 




Contracts in force Slst December. 1894 


2,649 
205 


$ c. 
2,634,000 00 

225,000 (^ 


Contracts taken duriDflr 1895 




[895 




Gross number and amount on foot at any time during 1 


2,854 
149 


2,859,000 00 






DeduciioDs : 

Contracts matured in 1896 

" lapsed in 1895 


Number. 


Amount. 




24 
125 


$ c. 
24,000 00 

125,000 00 








Total deductions extended 


149 


149,000 00 


149,000 00 




Net contracts on foot Slst December, 1895 






2,705 


2,710,000 00 









* Note.-— The corporate name was altered to Sons of Enf^land Benefit Society, by order of the 
lieutenant-Governor of Ontario in Council, dated 29th January, 1895. 



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III. Funeral Benefits. 

Funeral benefits are andertaken by the Grand Lodge. 

The membership of Subordinate Lodges on 3l8t December, 1895, was 1 1^858. 

Seventj-fiix members of Subordinate Lodges died in 1895. 

Total amount of funeral benefits paid in 1895, $7,450.00. 

Sixty-six members' wives died in 1895. 

Total amount of funeral benefits paid in 1895 for members' wives, $3,200.00. 

Number of children who died during ] 895, thirty-nine. 

Total amount of benefits paid on account of children, $585.50. 

Total cash standing to credit of Funeral Fund at 31st December, 1895,113,049.57. 



IV. Sick B&nkfits. 



The sick benefits are paid by the Subordinate Lodges. 

Number of members who received sick benefits in 1895, 1,810. 

Total amount of benefits paid in 1895 in respect of sick members : Sabordiaate 
Lodges, $22,513.42; juvenile branches, $481.49. 

Number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895, 8,033. 

Amount paid for medical attendance : Subordinate Lodges, $13,681.86 ; javenile 
branches, $433.45. 

Total amount of cash standing to credit of Sick Benefit Fund at 31st December, 

1895 : Subordinate Lodges, $52,256.75. 



V. Assets. 

Oash value of bonds, debentures or securities | 300 00 

Actual cash on hand , 2,467 40 

Oash on deposit in Imperial Bank, Toronto 24,712 65 

Amount>f all other assets 3,529 74 

Total assets of Grand Lodge 131,009 79 

Subordinate Lodges, cash on hand $ 8,091 12 

*• *' deposited at sundry plaies 49,222 04 

" « other assets .' 7,703 51 

Juvenile brancht s, oash on hand 369 17 

" deposited at sundry places 1,313 70 

Total issets $97,7C9_3 3 

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Vr. Liabilities 



Amounts of claims admitted bj the Society S4,010 90 

" sapposed or reported 500 00 

" other liabilities 38 92 

Total liabiUties $4,549 82 



VIT. MiSOBLLANBOUS. 



Actions or proceedings instituted or prosecuted by or against the Society during 
1895 —None. 

Assessments for purposes of life insurance certificates are made monthly. 

The books and accounts were duly audited on the 24th January, 1896. 

Books of account kept by the Society : Cash books and ledg^ers of both the Funeral 
Benefit Department and Beneficiary Department. 

Names and post office addresses of Auditors : Beneficiary Fund, W. Barker, 1& 
Alexander Street, and Gaorgg OUy, 17 Yoa;<e Street Arcade, Toronto. 

Certain charges were made in relation to the management of the Society and alsa 
with respect to the Oonstitntion which have been duly filed. 



VIII. Cash Receipts 



Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $25,863 12. 

Application fees $414 75 

Initiation fees 655 90 

Dues : 118 77 

Assessments 32,696 19 

Per capita tax and levies 4,143 64 

Fines 37 58 

Charter fees 112 50 

Supplies sold 2,109 05 

Interest 582 54 

Premiums for guarantee of Lodge officers 267 13 

Income of Subordinate Lodges 77,942 66 

** juvenile branches 1»721 64 

Total receipts $120,802 2 5 

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IX. Cash Expenditure. 
Oash paid daring 1895, for : 

(a) Expenses of Management. 

Commission $110 55 

Law costs 663 13 

Registration fee 25 00 

Annual meeting 259 55 

Supplies bought • 1,323 15 

Travelling expenses 600 37 

Rent, light, heat and taxes 100 00 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees 2,108 50 

Official journal 306 50 

Printing, stationery and advertising 1,392 34 

Postage, telegrams and express 783 25 

Premiums for guarantee of Lodge Officers 20 00 

Total expenses of management 87,692 34 

(b) Miscellaneous Expenditure, 

Life insurance claims $19,878 90 

Funeral benefits 11,235 00 

Sick benefits (subordinate bodies) 22,994 91 

Medical attendance (subordinate lodges $13,681.86) 14,270 31 

Expenditure other than foregoing .•••.. 847 45 

Total expenditure 87 6,918 91 



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SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 

Annual Statement for the Yeab Ending 31st Dbcrmbeb, 1895. 

Htad OffiM, 46 King Street West, Toronto. 



Organized, 27th June, 1876, incorporated in Ontario, 8th April, 1880. 



The Execative Officers of the Society at the 3l8t December, 1895, were as follows : 

Donald Campbell, Grand Chief Milton. 

Alexander Eraser, Grand Chieftain Toronto. 

Alex. Hay, Grand Treasurer Toronto. 

Donald M. Robertson, Grand Secretary, 70 Canada Life Bldg., Toronto. 

L CuRRBNCT OP Insurance Certificates. 

Amount covered by contracts other than for Endowments, Sick or Funeral 

Benefits $4,268,500 00 

II. Movement IN Insurance Certificates. 

(a) Contracts for Endowment or for Benefits in the nature thereof. — None. 
(b) Contracts /or Insurance oth^r than Endowments^ Sick Benefits or Funeral Benefits : 





Number. 


Amount. 


Contracts in force Slst December, 1894 




4,776 
582 


$ c. 

4,128,000 00 


Add contracts taken during 1895, new and reo 
Gross number and amount of contracts on foo 


ewed 




483,500 00 


t at any time during 1895 .... 




5,858 
410 


4,611,500 00 




Number. 


Amount. 




Deductions : 
Contracts matured in 1896 


24 
886 


$ c. 
19,000 00 

824.000 00 




Iapsedinl895 




Total deductions extended 


410 


843,000 00 


848,000 00 






Net contracts on foot 3lBt December, 1895 






4,948 


4,268.500 00 









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III. FaNBBAL Bbnbfits. 

Faneral benefits (if any) are undertaken by the Sabordinate Gamps. 
Tf^enty-five members died in 1895. 

IV, Sick Bbnefits. 

No sick benefits are undertaken nnder the Constitntion and By-laws, bat sick benefits 
are yolnntarily paid by some Sabordinate Camps. 

Amoant of sick benefits paid in 1895, $3,097.15. 

V. Assets. 

Gash on deposit, Bank of Hamilton, Toronto . . .... $15,668 8G 

«* Dominion Bank, Guelph 827 05 

Aggregate amoant of all other assets 2,082 92 

Total assets $1 8.578 85 

VI. Liabilities. 
Amount of claims admitted by Society $750 00 

Total liabiUties *750 00 



VII. Miscellaneous. 

Actions or proceedings instituted or prosecuted by or against Society daring 
1895.— None. 

Assessments are made for purposes of life insurance certificates as may be necessaiy. 
Six assessments were made during 1895, payable on 29th February, 31st March, 1st 
Jane, July, September, and December. 

The Society accounts were audited Slat December, 1895. The books of record or 
account kf pt for purpos^^s of insurance certificates or benefits : Registers of Subordioste 
Gamps, showing particulars o! each certificate issued. 

The names and post office addresses of the Auditors of accounts for 1895 wore : 
Wm. S. Martin, Toronto; Alex. McMillan, Toronto. 

Ghangfs were made during 1895 in the Gonstitution in relation to insurance certifi' 
cates or benefits, which are filed with annual statement. 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario at 31st December, 1895, 4,860. 

Number of members in Ontario died during 1895, 24. 

Amount of death benefits paid to Ontario members during 1895, $20,000.00. 

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YIII. Oash Receipts. 

Cash balances from 1894 (aot extended), $7,134.86. 

Oash received daring 1895 from : 

Subordinate 
Grand Camp. Cauips. 

Initiation fees $ 2,148 05 

Duea , 15,354 92 

Assessments $27,76S 00 

Per capita tax 

Certificates 

Charter fees 

Supplies sold 

Interest 

Income of Subordinate Bodies as per returns 



6,6l9 36 


358 00 


1.110 00 
2,124 25 






596 43 


2 595 90 






$38,218 04 


$20,456 87 



Total cash receipts 

IX. Oash Expenditure. 
Cash paid during 1895 : 

(a) Expenses of Management , 

Per capita tax $6,619 36 

Organizing $1,285 65 

Supplies bought. 1,138 97 2,124 26 

Travelling expenses 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees , 

Printing, stationery and advertising 

Postage, telegrams and express 

Premiums for guarantee of Lodge Officers 

Registration fee 

Interest ^. . . 

Expenses of annual meeting 

Rent, light, etc 

Other management expenses 



$1,285 


65 


1,138 


97 


508 


48 


2,823 


67 


201 


40 


343 


56 


37 


50 


25 


00 


117 


71 


2,073 


04 


250 00 


46 


90 



Total expenses of management $8,851 78 $8,743 61 

(b) Miscellaneous Expenditure* 

life insurance claims other than endowment $25,000 00 

Sick benefits $3,413 70 

Expenditure by other than the foregoing 7,617 71 



Total expenditure $33, 851 7 8 $19,775 02 

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GRAND TEMPLE OP THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLATES 

OF CANADA. 

Annual Statement for the Year Ending 31st December, 1895. 

Head Ofice, 61 Bichmand Street West^ Toronto, Onf. 

Organized 2lst November, 185i, and iacorporated in Canada, 30bh June^ 1S64. 

The Execative Officers of the Society for the year ending Slst December, 1895, were 
as follows : 

W. F. Brockenshire, Grand Chief Templar Wingham. 

F. Rogers, Grand Counsellor Ottawa. 

Miss M. Bennett, Grand Vice- Templar Toronto. 

Rev. W. H. Madill, Grand Superintendent Watfoid 

F S Sppnce, Grand Secretary Toronto. 

W. R. Keyp, Grand Treasurer Paisley. 

James D. Andrews, Past Grand Chief Templar Hamilton. 

Thomas Lawless, Secretary-Treasurer of Benefit Association Toronto. 

L CuRBENOT OP Insurance Certificates. 

Amount covered by contracts other than for En'^owments or for sick or 

funeral benefits in force Slst December, 1895 $23,750 00 

Total at 3l8t December, 1895 g23,750 Oj 

II. Movement in Insurance Certificates. 

(a) Contracts for Endowments or for Bp-nefits in the nature thereof. 





Number. 


AmouDi 


Oontracts taken daring 1896, new or renewed 


1 


1 c 
i 60000 






Gross number and amoanb of contracts on foot at any 


time during 1895 . . 


1 

1 

28 
22 


600 00 


Dednctions : 

Contracts lapsed in 1895 

Add to above ded actions the amount by which 
various certificates still on hand were reduced 
during 18 J6 


Number. 


Amount. 




1 


$ c. 

500 00 










Total deductions extended 


1 


600 00 


600 00 






(6) ContraeU for Inmiranee other than E 
Oontracts in force Slst December, 1894 


'ndowmtnU, 


32,000 00 


'* taken during 1893, new or renewed 


11,2.50 00 




— 


Groea number and amount of contracts on foot at any t 


ime during 1 


&95 


61 


43.250 00 



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11. SfoTBHKNT IN Insdbancb Cbrtifio&tbs. — Concludtd. 





Number. 


Amount. 


Number. 


Amount. 


Deduciiona : 
Oontraots surrendered in 1895 


16 
1 


$ c. 

19,000 00 

500 00 


84 


$ 0. 


Add to abDve deductions the amount by which 
various certificates still on fojb ware reduced dur 
ing 1895 








Total deductions carried out 


17 


19,500 00 


19,600 00 










Net oonbraots on foot Slst December, 1893 






23,750 00 








No, of certificate haldera in good standin^c Slat Decern 
Grand total No. of certificate holders in A and B, at 8 


ber, 1895 . . . 


28 


18,250 00 


Ut December, 1895 




31 


23,750 00 



III. AND IV. Sick and Funeral Benefits. 

Sick and Funeral Benefits are unlertakea by Auxilliarj Boiy know^n as " Good 
Templar Benefit Association/' 

No sick benefits were paid during 1895. 

No sickness experienced in 1895. 

Total am3aot of cash st inding to the credit of Sick and Faneral Benefit Fand at 
81st December, 1895, $56.72. 



V. Assets. 

Aotuil cash on hand as per Audit Statement at Slst December, 1895 
Dues and assessments called but not yet payable 



Total assets 



$264 40 
26 67 



$291 07 



VI, Liabilities. — None. 



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VII. Miscellaneous. 

AsBessments are made monthly, and are payable on the first day of every month. 

The Society's books were duly audited for 1895. 

Name and post office address of the Auditor for 1895 : K S. Oummer, Toronto. 

The following books of record and account are kept for purposes of insurance certifi- 
cates or benefits : Ledger, cash book, membership register, policy register and medical 
register. 

No changes were made during 1 895. 

Number of certificate holders in Ontario Slst December, 1895, 31. 

VIII. Cash Receipts. 

Cash bal:uice from 1894 (not extended), $163.50. 

<3aflh received during 1895 from : 

Application and initiation fees .... $ 10 00 

Dues 11 60 

Assessments 238 68 

Interest and dividends 6 63 

Total receipts J266 91 

IX. Gash Expenditueb. 

Cash paid during 1 895 for : 

(a) Expenses of ManagerMnt. 

Registration fee $ 3 00 

Printing, stationery and advertising 30 00 

Postage, telegrams, express 9 94 

Total expenses of management $12 94 

(6) Miscellaneous Expenditure, 

Other expenditure $123 07 

Total expenditure $166 0] 



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PROVINCIAL COMMANDERY OF THE R. 0. UNION OP THE KNIGHTS 

OF ST. JOHN. 

Annual Statbmbnt fob thb Yrar Ending 31st Dbcbmbbb, 1895. 
Hecui Office^ Toronto, 



Incorporated iD Ontario, 26th May, 1894. 



ExecatiYo Officers of the Society at Slat December, 1895, were as follows : 

James W. MalIon« President Toronto. 

Will W. Moylan, Secretary Toronto. 

Jo«. McEvoy, Treasurer .... Toronto. 

OUBRBKCT OF InSUBANCB CbBTIFICATBS. 

Amount covered by contracts other than for endowments, or for sick or funeral 
benefita in force Slst December, 1895, $887,500.00. 

MOYBMBNT IN InSUBANOB CbBTIFICATBS. 
\ 

Contracts for Insurance other than EndotamentSf Sick or Funeral Benefits, 









Number. 


Amount. 




Contracts in force Slst December, 1894 




1,712 
162 


$ 0. 

856,000 00 


Add contracts taken durinir 1896 .... 






81,000 00 












1,874 
1,775 


9j>7,000 00 




Number. 


Amount. 




Deductions : 
Contracto cancelled in 1896 


99 
99 


$ e. 

54,500 00 




Total deductions extended 

Net contracts on foot Slst December, 
1895 


54,500 00 


t87.600 00 











No. of such certificate holders in good 
■tandinff Slst December. 1895 .... 


1,582 


791.0 00 








Grand total number of certificate 
holders Slst December. 1895 . . . 


1,775 


8h7,500 00 









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FuNKBAL Benefits. 

Funeral BAaefits are andertaken by the Sabordinate Branches of the Society ; total 
membership, 222.. 

Two members of the Society died during 1895, and Funeral Benefits amounting to 
$113.00 were paid. 

Sick Benefits. 

Sick benefits are undertaken by the Subordinate Branches of the Society. 

Number of members who received sick benefits in 1895, 33. 

Total amount of benefits paid during 1895, $377.00. 

Number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895, 85. 

Amount paid for medical attendance, 1895, $197.25. 

Balance to credit of fund, Sist December, 1895, $1,294.49. 

Miscellaneous. 

Assessments are made for purposes of Life Insurance, Endowment or Benefit Certifi- 
cates at death. Sixteen such assessments were made in 1895, payable twenty dajs after 
date of notice. 

The Society's books were audited May Ist, 1895. 
The following books are kept : Cash book and ledger. 

Names and post office address of the Auditors for 1895 : Frank Hallman, Toronto; 
John H. Kennedy, Toronto. 

Assets. — Nona 
Liabilities. — None. 
I Cash Receipts. 

Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $1,452.25. 
Cash receipts during 1895 : 







Supreme 
Body. 


Grand 
Body. 


Sabordinate 
Bodies. 


Initiation fees 








$82 00 


Dues 




1,279 75 


Per capita tax 




$103 25 


$30 90 




Supplies sold 




18 03 


12 30 


2 40 


Interest and dividends 








26 00 


All other sources 









163 38 








Total receipts 


. $121 28 


$43 20 


$1^553J5 




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Cash paid duriDg 1895 : 



Gash Espbnditube. 

(a) Expenses of ManagemerU. 

Sapreme 



5aprem< 
Body. 



Per capita tax 

Law costs 

Begistiration fee 

Fuel, light, rent, etc 

Supplies bought 

Travelling expenses 

Salaries, officers' and Auditors* feej 

Printing, stationery 

Postage and express 



Total expenses of management 

(6) Miscellaneous Expenditure. 



Funeral benefits 

Sick benefits 

Medical attendance 

Gratuities to distressed members . 
Other expenditure 



Total expenditure. 



Grand 
Body. 


Snbonfinal. 
Bodies. 




1134 15 




11 00 


$3 00 






379 41 




30 33 




35 00 




81 00 


30 00 


10 00 


6 40 


50 11 



$39 40 



$39 40 



$731 00 



$113 00 


377 CO 


197 


25 


46 


67 


92 


75 


$1,657 


67 



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EMERALD BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION. 

Annual Statbmbnt for the Year Endinq 31st December, 1895. 

Head Offlce^ 66 JSheridan Avenue, Toronto, 



Organized 4th January, 1874, incorporated in Ontario 9th Jane, 1893. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at the 31st December, 1895, were as follows: 

David A. Carey, President Toronto. 

Patrick Brunkin, Vice-President Ottawa. 

William Lane, Secretary-Treasurer Toronto. 

I. Currency of Insurance Certificates. 
Amount covered by contracts other than for Endowments or for Sick or 



Funeral Benefits in force 31 st December, 1895 

II. Movement in Insurance Certificates. 



$47,250 00 





Number. 

262 
35 


AmounL 


Contracts in force Slat December, 1894 


1 c 
45.650 00 


Add contracts taken during 1896, new 


11.600 00 




r time during 1895 




Gross number and amount of ceitificates on foot at anj 


297 

61 
286 


67,150 00 




Number. 

1 
60 


Amount. 




Deductions : 

Contracts matured in 1895 

Lapsed 


$ c. 

100 00 

9,800 00 




Total deductions extended 

"Set contracts on foot at Slst December, 1895 


61 


9,900 00 


9,900 00 

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III. Funeral Benefits. 

Funeral Benefits are undertaken by the Subordinate Branches, the total membership 
of which at Slst December, 1895, was 464. 

Two members died in 1695 and the amount paid in respect of these deaths was 130- 
Total cash standing to credit of Funeral Fund at 31st December, 1895, $317.92. 

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IV. Sick Benefits. 

Sick Benefits are undertaken by the Subordinate Branches and Circles. 

Number of members who received Sick Benefits in 1895, 77. 

Amount of benefits paid in 1895 in respect of sick members, {874.71. 

Number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895, 165^. 

Amount paid for medical attendance durinir 1895, $396.45. 

Amount standing to credit of Sick Benefit Fund, 31st December, 1895, $508.85. 



V. Assets. 

Acttial cash on hand at 31st December, 1895, Grand Branch $522 95 

" <* " Subordinate Branches 271 81 

•* " " Auxiliaries 98 98 

« in bank. Grand Branch 1,000 61 

" " Subordinate Branches 316 19 

Assessments unpaid .' 50 73 

Other assets, Grand Branch 396 51 

" Subordinate Branches 1,026 41 

Totals $3,684 19 



YI. Liabilities. 

Grand Branch (borrowed money) 375 60 

Subordinate Branches (salaries, etc) 236 45 

$612 05 

NTTI. MlSOELLANEOUS. 

Assessments are made monthly at fixed rates and are payable on the first of each 
month. 

The Society's accounts were audited April, August, November, 1895^ and February 
3rd, 1896. 

Names and addresses of auditors : James Howell, John Gleary, H. T. McDonald, 
Toronta 

. Books of record or account kept for purposes of insurance certificates or benefits. 
Minute, registrar, day book, ledger and record of claims. 

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VIIT. Cash Reobiptb. 



Oash balances from 1894 (not extended) ; 

Grand Branch 

Sabordinate Branches 

Oaah received daring 1895 from : 

Initiation fees 

Dues 

Per capita tax and levies 

Supplies sold 

Interest 

Other sources 



Grand Branoh. 



Subordiut* 
Branches. 





14: 00 


$d33 28 


2.206 6} 


783 79 


226 48 


50 00 




25 10 


15 2< 


376 60 


202 71 



Total receipte $1,768 77 $2.C93 Oa 



IX. Cash £xpenditobe. 



Cash paid daring 1895 for : 

Per capita tax and levies for management 

Supplies bought 

Registration 

Expenses of annual meeting 

Travelling expenses 

Rent, light, heat and taxes 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees 

Printing, stationery and advertising 

Postage, telegrams and express , . 

Premiums for guarantee of lodge officers . . 

Total expenses for management $535 73 $1,020 38 



Grand Branch. 


Subordinate 
Branches. 


Auiliuy 
Bodies. 




391 16 


10 oa 


105 77 


89 84 • 


1 05 


3 00 







2 00 


157 09 


8 oa 


9 50 








283 50 


30 00 


300 00 


50 23 


..*'.. 


61 84 


19 24 


3 15 


34 87- 


29 68 




18 75 








$52 1^0 



Miscellaneous Expenses, 



Per capita tax, other than for management . . 

Life insurance claims 

Funeral benefits 

Sick benefits 

Medical attendance 

Gratuities to distressed members . . 

Other expenditures (detailed in memo) 



100 00 
80 00 



433 57 



296 09 



860 71 

360 53 

30 84 

107 39 



Totals $1,149 30 $2,675 84 



82 



6 94 



14 00 
35 92 

10 15 



$119 21 



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L'UNION ST. JEAN BAPTISTE, D'OTTAWA. 

Annual Statbvbnt for the Ybar Ending 318t DiccBMBBBy 1895. 
Heoui Office, 646\ Wellington Street, Ottaufa. 



Organized 10th November, 1887, incorporated 18th September, 1888v 



The Executive Officerg at the Slat December, 1895, were as follows : 

G. Ghouinard, President Ottawa. 

Oharles Castonguay, Recording Secretary, 5 Cedar Street ....... Ottawa^ 

J. N. Rattey, Treasurer Ottawa. 

Funeral Benefits. 

Faneral benefits are undertaken by the Society, the membership of which is 375; 
No members of the Society died in 1895. 

Total amount of Funeral Benefits paid in respect of deceased members was, nil. 
Number of members' wives deceased in 1895, 2. 

Amount of Funeral Benefits paid in respect of deceased wives, $147.50. 
Total cash standing to credit of Funeral Benefit Fund at 31st December, 1895^ 
$1,759.82. 

Sick Benefits. 

Sick Benefits are undertaken by the Society. 
Number of members who received Sick Benefits in 1895, 28. 
Amount of Sick Benefits paid in 1895, $464.06. 
Number of weeks' sickness experienced in 1895, 116. 
Amount paid for medical attendance during 1895, nil. 

Total amount of cash standing to credit of Sick Benefit Fund at December 3lgt^ 
1895, $1,954.46. 

Assets. 

Actual cash on hand for the year ending 31st December, 1895 $20 53 

Cash on deposit in La Banque Nationale, Ottawa 3,693 75 

Other assets 125 00 

Total assets $3,839 28 



Liabilities. --No information. 
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MiSCRLLANEOUS. 

The Society's accounts for the year 1895 were audited on the 10th January, 1896. 
Names and post office addresses of the Auditors for 1895 : Pierre Latour, Queen 
Street, Ottawa ; Thos. H. Marcil, 364 Maria Street, Ottawa. 

Cash Receipts. 

Cash balances from 1894 (not extended) $20 13 

Cask received during 1895 from : 

Iniatiation fees $337 50 

Dues 1,867 55 

Interest and dividends 70 IS 

Total receipto $2.275 18 

Cash Expenditure. 
Gash paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Expanses of MarMgement, 

Registration Fee $3 00 

Rent, fuel and light 67 00 

Caretaker 6 00 

Printing, stationery and advertising 8 50 

Other management expenses (detailed in memo) 51 08 

Total expenses of management $135 58 

(6) Muedlaneotis Expenditure, 

Sick Benefits $464 06 

Funeral Benefits 147 50 

Total expenditure $747 14 



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GRAND LODGE SONS OF lEELAND PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION. 

Annual Statbmkmt for the ^Tbar Ending SIst Decbmbbb, 1895. 

Head Offlce, 16 Orford Ave,, Toronto. 



Organized 10th March, 1890, incorporated in Ontario 6th October, 1893. 



The Execatire Officers of the Society at 3l8t December, 1895, were as follows : 

J. M. Dixon, Grand President Toronto. 

James Steele, Vice-President Toronto. 

J. S. Robinson, Grand Secretary Toronto. 

M. H. Harper, Grand Treasurer Toronto. 

FuNBBAL Benefits. 

Funeral benefits are nndertaken by the Grand Lodge, the total membership of which 
is 229. 

No members died in 1895. 

Total amonnt of Funeral benefits paid during 1895, $200. 

No members' wives died during 1895. 

Total cash standing to credit of fund Slst December, 1895, $238.86. 

Sick Bbnefits. 

Sick Benefits are undertaken by Subordinate Lodges. 
Sixty -one members received Sick Benefits during 1895. 
Amount of Sick Benefito paid in 1895, $186.00. 
Number of weeks sickness experienced^ 20. 

Assets. 

Oash deposited to the Society's eredit in the Bank of Commerce, Toronto $238 86 

All other assets 392 90 

$631 76 

Liabilities. — None. 

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Miscellaneous. 

AsseBBQieiitB are made on the death of a member in good standing. 
No assessments were made daring the year 1895. 
The Society's acooants were duly audited in Jane, 1895. 

Books of record or account, kepfc for purposes of insurance certificates, are as follows: 
Day book, cash book, journal and ledger. 

Names and post office addresses of Auditors for 1895 : W. Danbury, Toronto ; Joseph 
Howard, Toronto. 

No changes were made in 1895 in the organization or management of the Society or 
in the Constitution and Rules in relation to benefits. 

Cash Rbcbipts. 

Cash balance from 1894 (not extended) $369 35 

Oash reoeiv'ed during 1895 from : 

Assessments $ 84 90 

Per capita tax aiid levies 106 06 

Charter fees 5 00 

Degrees and cards 1 ^^ 

Total 1197 41 

Cash Expbnditurb. 
Cash paid during 1895 for : 

(a) Expenses of Managemffni, 

Registration fee. $3 00 

Expenses of annual meeting 20 00 

Supplies bought 27 50 

Salaries 75 00 

Postage, telegrams and express 2 40 

Total expenses of management $127 90 

(6) Miscellaneous Expenditure, 
Funeral benefits $200 00 

Grand total 8327 90 

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A. 1897 



ST. JOSEPH SOCIETY OF THE OITY OP OTTAWA. 

Annual Statement for the Year Ending 318T Dscbmbeb, 1895. 
Head Office, York and Dalhousie Streets, Ottatoa, Ont. 



Organized 22Qd March, 1863, incorporated let Jane, 1864. 



The Ezeoati^e Officers of the Society at the 31st December, 1895, were as follows : 

Oliver Darocher, President Ottawa. 

Alfred Dostaler, Secretary Ottawa. 

IsidOTe Cot^, Treasurer Ottawa. 



Movement in Insurance Certificates. 






Number. 


Amount. 


Contracta in force Slat December, 1894 


723 
448 


361.500 00 


Add contracto taken daring 1896, new or rene 
OroM nnmbar and amoant of oertifio«te« on fo 


wed 


. . ' . 


773,100 00 


ot at anj time daring 1896. . . 




1.171 
18 


1,184,600 00 




Namber. 


Amount. 




Dednciions: 

Oontrtots matured in 1896 


6 
18 


$ c 

6.000 00 
18.000 00 

18,000 00 




Lapsed 








Total dedaotiona extended 


18 


18,000 00 


Net oontraota on foot at 81st December, 1896 




1,163 


1,116.600 00 











Funeral Benefits. 

Funeral Benefits are ander taken by the Society, the membership of which at 31st 
Dumber, 1895, was 1,153. 

Five members died in 1895. 

Amoant of benefits paid in respect of deceased members, $4,500. 

Six members' wives died in 1895. 

Amoant of benefits paid in respect of deceased wives, $450. 

Amoant to credit of funeral fand 3lBt December, 1895, $12,620 95. 

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Sick Brnbfits. 

Sick Benefits are undertaken by the Society. 

Seventy- two members received Sick Benefits daring 1895. 

Amount of Sick Benefits paid, $1,936.15. 

Number of weeks' sickness experienced daring 1895, 387. 

Amount paid for medical attendance, $200. 

Assets. 

Oash value oi real estate, less encumbrances $5,500 00 

Actual cash on hand (Treasurer) 317 17 

Cash on deposit to the Society's credit in the following chartered banks : 

Le Banque Nationale, Ottawa 3^554 35 

Government Savings 4,749 43 

Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation 4,000 00 

Dues and assessments called, but not yet payable 2,400 45 

Interest 252 90 

Total Assets $20.774 30 

Liabilities. 
Amount of claims supposed or reported $1,000 00 



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Miscellaneous 

Assessments are made at the death of a member. 
Five assessments were made during 189'). 
The accounts were audited monthly during; 1895. 

Names and addresses of auditors : F. R. ,E. Oampeau, Ohas. Depjardines, J. H. 
Laperriere, G. W. Seguin, Ottawa. 

Cash Receipts. 
Oash balance from 1894 (not extended) $9,546.06 

Initiation fees $1,971 

Dues ' 

Assessments .* 

Per capita tax and levies 

Degrees and cards 

Supplies sold '. 

Rent 

Interest and dividends 

All other sources . * , 

Total receipts $11.034 29 

Cash Expenditure. 
(a) Expenses of Management 



Supreme 
Body. 


Subordinate 
Bodies. 


$1,971 53 


$1,290 35 


4,535 75 


430 50 


3,745 69 


338 10 


84 25 


6 70 


63 00 


18 80 


39 85 


4 85 


200 17 




354 40 




39 65 


26 25 


$11,034 29 


$2,115 55 



Commission 

Registration fees 

Supplies bought 

Travelling expenses . . 

Renit, light, heat and taxes , 

Salaries, officers' and auditors' fees 

Official Journal , 

Printing, stationery and advertising 

Postage, telegrams and express . . . . , 

Premiums for guarantees of lodge officers 



Total expenses of management 

(6) MiaceUaneoua Expenditure. 



Life insurance claims 

Other claims 

Sick Benefits '. 

Medical attendance 

Funeral benefits (members' wives) 
Expenses other than the foregoing 



Total expenditure 

C89 



$42 83 

10 00 . 
331 17 
221 80 
355 58 
252 00 


$72 76 

3 46 
34 84 
14 80 


254 93 . 




73 50 . 




11 20 . 




IST 50 , 








$1,565 55 
4,500 00 . 


$125 86 


300 00 . 




1,936 15 
200 00 . 


76 86 


450 00 . 
324 89 . 




$9,276 59 


$202 71 


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ST. ANTOINE DE PADOUE D'OTTAWA, 

Ann^'al Statement for the Year Ending 318t December, 1895. 

Head Office^ Ottawa. 



Organized 19bh November, 1885, incorporated in Ontario, 9th Angnat, 1887. 



The Executive Officers of the Society at the Slat December, 1895, were aa follows : 

T. Vezina, President Ottawa. 

T. Fortier, Recording Secretary Ottawa. 

Ed. Oarter, Corresponding Secretary Ottawa. 

J. F. Dionne, Treasurer Ottawa 

Funeral Benefits, 

Funeral Benefits are undertaken by the Society, the total membership of which is 200. 

Five members died in 1895. 

Amount of Funeral Benefits paid in 1895, $2,599.50. 

Two members' wives died in 1895 . 

Amount of Funeral Benefits paid in respect of deceased wives, $50.00. 

Sick Benefits. 

Number of members who received Sick Benefits in 1895, 34. 
Amount of Sick Benefits paid in 1895, S397.93. 
Number of weeks' sickneias experienced, 160. 
Amount paid for medical attendance, $90.00. 

Assets. 

Oash on deposit in : 

Federal Government Savings Bank $1,713 60 

Arcbiepiscopal Corporation of Ottawa 3,320 51 

La Banqae National 280 99 

Total assets 15.31 5JQ 

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Liabilities. — No inforiuation. 

MlSCELLAlf^EOUS. 

Assessments are made for purposes of benefib certificates monthly. 

The Society's books were audited for every month during J 895. 

Names and addresses of Auditors for 1895 were as fellows: O. Dionne, Ottawa; 
H. Proulx, Ottawa. 

A register is kept by the Treasurer for purposes of benef