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EXTRACTS FROM THE OFFICIAL EXAMINATION OF FOREIGN INSURANCE CONPANIES,
FROM THE EIGHTEENTH MASSACHUSETTS REPORT ON FIRE AND MARINE IN-
Boston Office, 68 State Street. As far back as 1870 this Department had decided to institute a personal examination into the financial aftan of the Foreign Insurance Companies doing business in this Commonwealth. Massachusetts having been the first State in the Union to establish and perfect a system under which insurance organizations have attained re markable growth and prosperity ::: it was therefore fitting that she should secure and communicate iDformation so necessary and desirable to the American patrons of Foreign Companies.
For some weeks prior to the final examination, and unknown to the Company or its officers, a competect and disinterested insurance expert, familiar with its business transactions, had been employed in a searching investri tion of its affairs. This preliminary service, in which the Commissioner himself participated, and for shah peculiar facilities were fortunately presented, was deemed necessary in carrying out the previously arranged place for a perfect examination.
The actual value of securities in which the Company's funds are invested, and which it holds as collaterad for moneys loaned, was also a matter of careful inquiry, both in Liverpool, London and elsewhere, the result confirming the Company's return, except in ten or twelve instances in which, as there always will be in the opinion of informants, there were differences a shade higher or lower, but showing a net variation tou insignifcant to mention.
Another element in the financial status of the Liverpool and London and Globe, is the tact that its share holders are individually liable for all they are worth. If a call were made on them, it would be in proporting to the stock held by each, and those able to pay would be compelled to pay for those unable to do so. tion is further strengthened by the Company's deed of settlement, under which proprietors cannot sell thre! shares without the approbation of the directors; and not only so, but the liability of a proprietor continues fut three years after his transfer is registered.
The aggregate liabilities, as shown in the examination, amounted to nearly $17,000,000, leaving a surplus it Dearly $4,300,000 as regards policy-holders.
Its premium receipts on fire business in 1872, were very nearly $6,300,000 - a million in excess of its te ported and supposed losses. The total premium receipts of the Company from its organization have been 14wards of sixty millions of dollars, out of which it has paid losses amounting to nearly forty-two millions.
It being the first time that such a service had been accomplished by an American official, duty and justice demanded a faithful presentation of facts. These we have endeavored to communicate as they were developed carefully avoiding detraction or addition. The examinations were verified by the latest data, practically includes finances and other interests up to the close of 1872. Simple equity claims the admission of high administrativa ability in the prudential and business relations of the Companies visited. Strength, watchfulness and secundy were noticeably apparent.
JULIUS L. CLARKE, Insurance Commissionit. $5to$20 per day. Agents wanted! All classes of working peo
$10 TO 920 ple, of either sex, old, make more money at
No. 1538. - November 29, 1873.
“ The Last Days of Pompeii,” “My Novel,”
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