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Oils and Utilities Show
Strength—Aluminum
Down About 2.
Ey the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. March 3D.—General
losses in the Curb market today were
relieved by a sprinkling of small gains
among oils and utilities.
Aluminum Co. of America was down
around 2 near the final hour, followed
closely by Pittsburgh Plate Glass.
Sherwin-Williams slipped about s
point and fractional declines were
turned in by St. Regis Paper, Lake
Shore and International Petroleum.
Wide losses were noted in a few gen
erally inactive Issues. American Capi
tal preferred slumped more than 7
points and Eureka Pipe was off
nearly 4.
Gains of minor fractions were noted
In Newmont Mining. American Cyana
mid "B." Creole Petroleum. Electric
Bond & Share and Gulf Oil.
APRIL KEY MONTH
FOR OIL INDUSTRY
B* the Associated Press.
TULSA. March 30.—The Petroleum
industry will label April a crucial
month when the final report on 1938
business is written, oil leaders agreed
today.
Tire next few weeks, they said, will
determine whether the business goes
upward to equal the 1937 record vol
ume or settles back into the sluggish
ness which has held it since Novem
ber
There were varied ideas on whether
the boost in gasoline prices the past
two weeks could continue into a profit
able advance.
Under the burst of buying preceding
the increased freight rates effective
March 28. gasoline was tightly helc
and in good demand. Some refiners
said the situation had not changec
fundamentally and independent oper
ators insisted fractional advances hac
not brought motor fuel to a profitable
figure.
Most refiners were cheerful aboui
the gasoline market. They antici
pated a brief decline in orders aftei
the stocking-up against the freight
rate increase, but expected jobbers witt
limited storage would be seeking ad
ditional supplies. Good motoring
weather would quicken the demand.
Lubricating oils were in a slumi
that made refining operations unprofit
Bble. The Oil and Gas Journal re
ported a survey showed 75 per cent oi
neutral and bright stock plants in ths
mid-continent were shut down await
ing an improvement of prices.
Crude oil remained unchanged witt
production held to a minimum.
Because of business conditions, wort
in the field apparently was being helc
to a minimum. The Oil and Gas Jour
nal reported that for the week ending
March 27 the 1938 total was 6,477 ai
against 6.483 for the same time Iasi
year. For the week completions wen
601 compared to 522 the week before.
CURB BONDS
DOMESTIC BONDS
High. Low. Noon
Ala Power 4'l,s 67_ 6'.', 67>„ 67's
Aia Power os 46 A 91s* 91', 91'<
Aia Power os 51 ... So-*, 801, 803,<
Am G & E 5s 2i>28 -KG3, 107 107
Am P A L 6s 2016 . 61 593, 593,
Ark La Gas 4s ’51 . _ 993» 99*» 993(
Ark P & L 5s 56 __ 89 8u 89
As El Ind 41,s 53. _ 30'2 30 30‘a
As G A E 4'as 49 ... 2!'a 2ul, 20',,
As G A E os 68 ___ 23 23 23
As G A E o',s 17_ 26 26 26
Bald Loco 6s 50_ 6o', ho bo',4
Bell Te C 5s 57 B . 119 119 119
Bell Te C 5s Ho C_ 122 122 122
Birm El 4'aS RS. ._ 73', 73', 7 31,
Can No Pw 5s 53 A 101 3, HU *, loi ■’<
Can Pac 6s 42 10os,« 100V2 100',a
Caro Pw A Lt 5s 56 . 82 82 82
Cedar R MAP 5s 53 ... 114', 113', 113'.,
Cen II P S 4!as 67 F 8l ■, si * 873,
Cent 111 P S 5s 68 G 95 95 95
Cent I P S Ihs SI H . 85 85 85
Cent Oh L A p 5s 50 . 9o'„ 90 90
Cent Pw A Lt 5s 56 . _ SO3, 8n3, So3,
Cent St El 5s 48 _ 27', 27 27
Cent St El 5',s 54 . 27V, 26'.,a 2tJ>,
Cen St PAL 5',s 53 34', ::4'a 34’,
Chi Dis E! 4'aS 10 A... 106 V, 106', 106',
Chi Rys os 27 cod .._ 44', 44 44
Cities Svc 5s 50_ 46la 45 45
Cities Svc 5s 66 49 47i2 4«'i
Cities Service 5s 69 . 45 45 45
Cit S PAL 5 las 52 _ 42 41 41
Clt S PAL 5'as 49 433, 42 42
Com* 8b 5*as 48 A 102s* 102',i 102*4
Comnty PAL 5s 57. _ 52 52 52
Cons G Bal 4'as 54 122', 122'4 122",
Cont GAE os 58 A 68', 67', 67V,
Crucible Stl 5s 40 101', 101', 101',
Del El Pw o'as 59 _ 9S3, 983, 983,
East G A F 4s 56 A 70', 7(i'a 7014
Edis El Illu 3'as 65 - l"7’a 107'a 1071a
El Pw A- Lt. -5s 2030 57', 57 57
Elm W LAR R os 56 .. 103 103 103
Emn OAR o'.as 42 753, 74s, 74*«
Erie Light 5s 67 104'a 104'a 104'a
First Cot M 5s 48 104 104 104
Firest Tire 5s 42 104'4 104'a 104>,
Florida P A- L 5s 54 753, 7 5 753,
Gatineau Pw 5s 56 102'4 ln2>, 102'/,
Gatineau Pw 6s 41 loo3, 9in2 99',!
Gatineau P Rs 41 B loo', 100', Kim,
Georgia Pw 5s 67 81 81 81
Guard Inv 5s 48 a 29 29 29
Hall 1WF1 6s 47 st A 79', 79', 79'j
Hou Gulf G 6s 43 A 98 98 98
Hvgrade Fd 6s 49 A 43 43 43
III Pwr A Lt 6s 53 A 87 *7 87
111 Pw A L os 56 C 80 793, 80
Indiana Ge S 5s 48 109', loo‘/2 109'4
Indian PAL 5s 57 A lot 1113 103',
Interest Pw 5s 57 . . 35'/, 35 35',
Interest Pw 6s 52 19 18'2 18'2
Interst P S 5s 56 D 65 65 65
Iowa Pub Sv 5s 57 loo lllo loo
Jackson G 5s 42 stD. . 33'.4 33*4 33'/,
Jer C P A L 5s 47 B 104 lo3>4 103',
Kan GAE 6s 2022 A 114V 1 1 43, 1 143,
Kan Pwr 5s 47 A __ 98', 98 98
Ey Utilities 5s 61_ 67 67 67
entucky P 5s 69 I .66 66 66
’high P S 6s 2026 A 90 90 911
Midlan V RR 5s 43 53 53 53
Minn Pal 4’,s 78 85'4 85'4 85'/,
Nebr Pwr 4'is 81 108', 108', 108'4
Nebr Pwr Rs 2022 A 1 143, 114 34 1 143,
Nevad Cal El 5s 56 70', 70 70'/,
New E G A E 5s 47 42V, 42V, 42'4
New E G A E 5s 50 . 40 40 40
N Ene Pwr 3'/,s 61 K>4 104 104
New E Pw 5s 48 72*4 72*, 72*4
New’ E Pw 5',s 54 77’ 76*4 763i
New Or 5s 42 stpd 89 89 89
New’ Or P S Rs 49 A 65 65 65
NY P A Lt 4'is 67 106 105'i 105'i
No Ind P S 5s 66 C 96*4 96', 96*-,
No Ind P S 4'is 7(1 E 87 87 87
Ogden O Co 5s 45 104', 104', 104',
Ohio Pwr 4'?s 56 D 104", ]04‘4 104",
Okla N G 4'as 51 A 97 OR3, 97
P A L 5s 55 . 55 55 55
Park Lane 3s 64 30 30 30
Penp L A- P os 79 -Mi 73s 73;,
Potomac■ E 5s 56 E 106', 1 n«>, 106',
Pub S No I I ns 66 c 105'i 105", 105'i
Pub S N I 4',s ,8 D 103", 103', 103'i
Pub S N I 4Ms 81 F 102s, 10’’*, 1 o°"4
Pub S Okla 4s 66 A - 993, 993, 003
Putf Sd P & L 5>,s 49 . 61 60V, 61
Pug 3 P A L 5s 50 C 60*4 60*-, 60*4
St L G A- C 6s 47 mat. 10 10 10
Ban An P A S 5s 58 B 104 104 104
Schulte Real E 6s 51 25 "41, "5
Bcrlpps 5',s 43 . loo 100 inn
Shw W P 4'is 70 D. 102 102 10”
6 E P A L 6s 2025 A So3, 793, 79a,
Bou Cal Ed 33is 45 ._ 105 105 105
Bou Cal Ed 33,s 60 . - 1043, 1043, 1043i
Bou Cal E 4s 60 1073, 1073i 107V
Bo Co Gas of Cal 4",s 68 104'/, 104 104
Btd G A- E ev 6s 35 cod 40 40 40
8td G A- E cv Rs 35 mat 40 40 40
Btd GAE 6s 35 cod 40V, 40V, 40V
Btd Gas & El 6s 51 A._ 41 40 40
Btd Gas A El 6s 66 B 40 39V, 39V
Stand Pw A- Lt Rs 57-_ 39*4 38 ’ 38
Btarret Corp 5s 50_ in3, in 19’i
Tenn El Pw 5s 56_ 71'/, 71', 71V
Tenn Pub S 5s 70_ 62", 62'i 62 V
Texas Elec 5s 60_ 82'4. 82V, 82V
Tex Pw A L 5s 56 _ 94 94 94
Tide Wat P 5s 79 A_ SO 80 80
Toledo Edis 5s 62 . mo*, inn*’, inn*;
Twin CRT 5Ms 52 A 46 45V, 45*1
Unit Lt A Pw 5Ms 59 9S»fc 98*, ns*.
Unit Lt & Pw Rs 75 . 58 58 58
Unit Lt A Pw 6Ms 74 61 60 60
Unit L A- R D 5'is 52 6SV, 68 68
Unit L A R M Rs 52 A . 1043.^ 104*. to33;
Wald Ast Hot 5s 54 13 13 13
wash W A- p 5s 60 in" ini3, 1013;
Wes' T Ut 5s 57 A 75'/, 75'i 75V.
We U G A- E 5Ms 55 A 1041/, jn4K in4V
Yadkin Rlv P 5s 4i 97'4 97V, 97V
FOREIGN BONDS.
Cent Bk Ger Hs 51 B 25 25 25
Col Agr M B 7s 47 23Vi 23', 23Vi
Com Prv B n',s 37 96*, 96*4 96*4
Cuban Te 7'is 41 A 93'4 93 Vi 93V
Cuban Tob 5s 44 *. . 47 47 47
Denm Mt B 5s 72 lx 96V, 96>4 96 V
Fin R M B 5s 61 st 102*, 102',4 102V
Guant A JV 6s 58 A 56 56 56
Russian ff’is 19 mat .Vi '4 V
Unit El Svc 7s 56 A .. 53V, 53', 53V<
ww With warrants,
xw Without warrants,
n New. st istpi Stamped.
J Nerottabllity impaired by maturity.
♦ Companies reported In receivership.
NEW YORK CURB MARKET
(By private wire direct to The I tar.)
Stock and Stirs—
Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. 2:55.
Aero Supply (B). 12 2% 2% 2%
Agfa Ansco_ 60g 23 23 .23
Alles& Fisher_ 3 2% 2 2%
Allied Inti Inv 1111
Ail’d lntlnv pf lg 310a 9% 9% 9%
Alum Co Am 250s 61 68 58
Alumn Goods .25e 2 15% 15% 15%
Alum Ltd _ 50s 69 69 69
Am Airlines_ 6 8% 8 8%
Am Beverage_ 1 % % %
Am Box Board__ 2 6% 6% 6%
Am Capital (A).. 2 2 2 2
Am Capital (B) ._ 8 % % %'
Am Capital pf 3g_ 2 12 11% 11%
Am Centrifugal.. 12 2 1% 1%
Am Cit P&L < B). 12 1% 1% 1%
Ain Cyn B 60 .. 22 16% 16% 16%
Am&FgnPwar. 6 % % %
AmFork&Htl) 1 8% 8% 8%
Am Gas&El 1.40.. 16 19% 19% 19%
Am Gen 4 2% 2% 2%
Am Gen of (2) 200s 23% 23% 23%
Am Hard Rubber 300s 8% 8 8%.
Am Laund M .80. 1 14% 14% 14%
Am Lt & Tr .60e .. 2 10% 10 10%
Am L&T pf (1 %)- 1 22% 22% 22%
Am Mfg_100s 14 13 13
Am Maracaibo 12 % % %
Am Pot&Ch 3.50g 100s 30 30 30
Am Republic 40g 16 5% 5 5%
Am Seal Kap .... 4 3% 3% 3%
Am Sup Power .. 37 & % %
Am S P 1 pf (6)_ 2 66 63 66
Anch Post F .11% 1% 1%
Angostura i.lOe) 4 3% 3% 3%
Arctur Rad Tube 2 % % %
Ark Nat Gas ... 11 2% 2% 2%
Ark Nat Gas A .. 41 2% 2% 2%
Ark Nat Gas pf.. 2 4% 4% 4%
Ark P&L pf (7) . 20s 63 60% 60%
Art Metal W 80. 4 5% 5 5
Ashld U&R 40 .. 10 3% 3% 3%
As G & El _ 1 % % %
As G & El A_ 26 % % %
As G & El pf_ 7 4% 3% 4
As G & El war_ 24 A A <5
Atl Coast Fish .. 1 2% 2%. 2%
Atl Coast L <3g). 20s 16 16 16
Atlas Corp u|ar 4 *1 % %
Atlas Plyw'd 25e 2 7 6% 7
Automat Prod .1111
utof-K inn sales—
Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. 2:55.
Gulf Oil t.26e) ... 16 35% 34% 35%
Hall Lamp- 2 2 1% 1%
Hartf Kayon vtc- 1 1% 1% 1%
Harvard Brew_ 2 % % %
Hazeltine <S ... l 13% 13% 13%
Hearn Dep Stores 3 4% 4% 4%
Hecla Mining.lOe 13 6% 6V? 6%
Hewitt Rub (1)_ 2 6 6 6
Holllnger 65a ._ 3 11% 11% 11%
Hoe (R ) & Co A„ 16 6 6
Holophane .30e _ 19% 9% 9%
Horn&Hardt 1.20 60s 23 22'a 23
HumbOll 37 %e. 7 58 57% 68
Hummel Ross F_ 1 2% 2% 2%
Hygrade Food 13 1% 1% 1%
Hyg Svlv 1.12%e 60s 21% 21% 21%
111 Iowa Pow pf. . 1 12 12 12
Illinois Zinc .-- 50s 6 6 6
Imp Oil Can 60a 10 16% 16% 16%
Imp O Ltd ig .50a 1 16 16 16
Ind Serv 6% pf 10s 10 10 10
lnsCNAm(2a) 200s 48% 48% 48%
Int Hyd Elec pf . 1 9% 9% 9%
lntl Pa&Pw war. 4 1% 1% i%
Inti Pet < 1 %a)__. 11 24% 24% 24%
Int Prod _ 24 2% 2% 2%
Int Radio_ 5 5% 5% 5%
Int Util A.-Hi 2 7 6 6
Inti Utilities pf.. 18 8 8
Inti Vltam .60 ... 4 2% 2% 2%
Interst H Eq .44 .. 2 3% 3% 3%
Inters Pw Del pf 40s 2% 2% 2%
Iron Fire vto 1.20 100s 13 13 13
Irving Air Ch (1) 2 7% 7% 7%
Jacobs Co _ 4 4% 4% 4%
Jeannette Gla_ 1 IK 1% 1%
Jonas & Naum ... 1 1% 1% 1%
Jones & l.au Stl.. 1 22 22 22
Kennedy’s _. 1 4% 4% 4%
Kingsbury Brew. 1 ,% % %
KgsCLtd pf.Ot6). 10s 22 22 2
Kingston Prod 7 2 1% 1%
Kirby Petrol .Ida 1 3% 3% 3%
KoppersCo pf(6> 25s 100 100 100
Lake Shore M<4) 24 49% 48% 49%
Lakey Fdy & M 7 1% 1*, 1%
Lefcourt Real pf 14 13 12% I t
Leh C & Nav .30... 16 3% 3% 3%
Leonard Oil . 8 % % %
Le Tourneau (1). 2 14 13 13
Lion Oil il) ... 3 16% 16% 16%
Lipton (A) (I)... 1 11% 11% 11%
Stock and Sales—
Dividend Rate. Add 00. Hlkh. Dow. 2:55.
NY Merchan .80.. 1 64 64 64
NYP&L2pf(7). 20s 964 934 934
NYWatSerpf .. 60s 114 104 104
Niag Hudson Pow 39 54 54 54
Niag Hud lat(5). 100a 71 704 704
Niag Hud A war. 13 ft 4 ft
Niag Sh (Md) B_. 14 4 34 34
Niles-Bem .6Ue... 4 254 25 f254
1900 Corp (1) ... 18 8 8
Nipissing Mines.. 1 14 14 14
Noma Elec 40e._ 12 34 3 34
Nor Am LtAP ... 12 1 4 4
No Am Ray (A).. 1 134 134 134
Nor Am Ray B .. 1 13 13 13
Nor Am D&P pf.. 60a 31 31 31
NorEuropOil_ 15 4 4 4
Northn Pipe L_ 17 44 4 4
Nor States Pw A. 2 7 7 7
Nwst Eng 1.75g._ 19 9 9
Ohio Pow pf (6).. 60a 1104 1104 1104
Ohio PS pf A(7)-. 10s 97 97 97
Okla Nat Gas ... 1 7 7 7
Oldetyme Dist_ 9 14 14 14
PG&E 1 pf 1.25.. 3 274 274 274
PacLtgpf (6)_ 75b 100 100 100
Tac Tin spl (2).. 60s 264 264 264
PantepecOil .. 135 44 44 44
Pender (A) 3.50.. 60s 20 20 20
Tenin Tel 1.60a _ 200a 224 224 224
Pennroad ,25g 32 14 14 14
Papperell MfgCo 75s 69 58 69
Perfec t Circle_ 60s 24 24 24
Pharis T & R ... 2 34 34 34
Pihla Co C.45e) . 2 54 64 54
Phila E! P pf<2) . 25a 294 294 294
Phillips Packing 4 3 24 3
Phoenix Secur 12 14 14 l'i
Phoen Secur pf 200a 104 104 104
Pierce Gov 60 ._ 2 104 104 104
Pioneer Gld 40 . 10 24 24 24
I’itney-Bow lOe 6 54 64 54
Pitts B&LE 1.50. 25s 374 374 374
Pitts Korg 3 44 44 44
Pitts Plate G .25e 6 59 554 554
Powdrell & Alex. 15 3 24 24
Premier Gold 12. 1 14 14 14
Pressed Metal_ 1 94 94 94
Prod Corn _ R 4 4 4
Prosperity (B)._ 3 44 34 44
Prud Investors _ 3 4 34 34
PSlnd$7prpf . 60s 234 23 23
Puget Sd P |5 pf. 25a 24 24 24
Pug Sd P S6 pf . 200s 114 104 104
AWL*) \ OL JiClI .DU 14 1 t
Avery pf ww 1.50 25s 13 13 13
Aviation & Trans 20 l** l’« U»
Axton Fish A 50s 14 13's 14
Babcock & W .25e 75s 65 63'a 63’a
Baldwin Lo war 13 2'* 2'« 2'»
Bald Loco pf 2.10 200s 12 11*. 11'.
Baldwin Rubber. 6 5 4'* 4'e
Bardstown Dis 3 1 1 1
Barium Stain Stl 9 l's U* Us
Barl&SeelA 1.20. 200s 8 74» 74*
Bath 1 W (6%f>. 11 4“s 4% 4\
Beaunit M 1.30g. 2 4 4 4
Beech Aire _ 2 IV. 1 Vi U.
Bellanea Air_ 5 2'» 2Vx 2H
Bell Aire _ 19 9 9
Berk&Gay Furn. 15 fl, »«
Berk&Gay war .. 11 l. '<
Bickfords tl.20). 1 9'* 9>* 9Vs
Bickfords pf 2.50 100s 30 30 30
Bliss (E\V) ._ 9 5*» 5 5*.
Bliss & Laugh... 75s 12^ 11 12'-..
Blue Ridge . .. 22 1 1 1
Blumenthal (S) — 2 4'« 4's 4’*
Bourjois. Inc_ 1 3'i 3'« 3'<
Braz T&L .5Ue- 6 8L 7-* 8L
Breeze Corp _ 1 4!4 4'4 4)
Brewster Aero .. 2 3 2*4 3
Bridgep't Alach . 3 5:s 5% 5Ts
Brillo Alfg (.80) . 3 7 7 *7
Brown F&W(.60) 3 6's 6 6
Brown F Dist ... 12 2 2
Brown Rubber .. 2 2'* 2's 2L
Buckeye P L .75e 50s 34U 34>. 34’4
B N & E P pf 1.60 2 19 19 19
Bunker Hill & S . 7 10»» 10 10»i
Burco Corp .. 1 *4 *4 *4
Burry Bisct .25g 5 2 U* lis
Can Ind Ale A ... 1 2’- 2!2 2'a
Can Marc Wire... 5 1 ifc 1
: Carib Syn _ 6 1 7s 1
I Carnation (la)_ 1 18 18 18
Carnegie Met .. 1 '4 ** *«
Caro P&Lt pf (7). 10s 67 67 67
Carrier Corp 18 19>j 18*. 19’a
Carter( J\V ,15e._ 2 4's 4'* 4'*
Casco Prod 1.50e. 3 7 67» 6’s
! Catalin Am 16 2 2 2
Cen NY Pwr pf 5 20s 78 78 78
Cent Ohio St 25e 1 6'* 6’« 6V»
Cent & Sw Ut ... 2 1’* 1 1
Cen St El . 2 * ’s
Cen St El cv pf n 25s 3 3 3
Centrif Pipe (.40) 4 3V« 3t» 3V« :
Chesebro(4a) 60s 97 97 97 J
Chi Flex Shft(41 300s 49s. 48L 49U !
JjOCKe atl C 60e.. 2 84 74 84
Lockheed Alrc _ 14 6 54 54
Lone Star G .20*. 3 64 64 6",
Long Island Lt 21 14 1 14
Long Isl L pf 3.50 20s 324 324 324
La Land & Ex .40 14 64 64 64
Lucky Tiger_ 1 4 4 4
McWUms Dredg. 13 84 74 74
Majestic Rad&T. 3 4 4 4
Margay Oil (1).. 1 18 IS 18
Marlon St Shov_ 3 4 4 4
Massey Harris .. 2 54 5 54
Mead John ( 3a) . 175s 914 91 91
Meniph Nat Gas.. 2 34 3** 34
Mer&Mf(A> .60. 1 3 3 3
Merritt C&S .6 2 2 2
Merritt-CftS pf.A 25s 334 334 334
Mesabi Iron 6 fa 4 4
Met T pt pf 3 >*a 10s 28 28 28
Mich Bumper . 27 4 4 4
Mich Gas & Oil . 8 24 24 24
Mich Steel Tube. 3 54 54 54
Mich Sugar .. 3 4 4 4
Mid St Pet A vtc. 3 2 2 2
Mid St Pet B vtc. 1 i, A A
Midland Stl (2).. 1 94 94 94
Midvale Stl ,75e.. 25s 65 65 65
Midwest Oil (1 ) . 11 64 64 64.
Molybdenum Stl. 14 34 34 34
Mngrm Pictures 1 14 14 14
Moody ptc pf(3) 100s 214 214 214
Moore 1T1 Dlst . 1 4 *4 4
Mount City Cop.. 31 44 4 44
Mount Prod 6u _ 8 44 4*5 44
Nat Auto Fibre . 2 34 34 34
Nat Baking .50g.. 1 44 44 44
Nat Bellas Hess 10 H 4
Nat City Lines ..17 7 7
Nat C L cvpf (3) 100s 26 26 26
Nat Contain < 1). 2 64 64 6*,
Nat Fuel G(l) 2 124 12'.- 124
Nat Oil Prod .20e 2 15 15 15
Nat P & Lt pf (61 100s 42 414 414
| Nat Rub Mch .. 6 24 24 24
Nat Trans (lg) .. 4 74 74 74
Nat Tunnel & M.. 11 14 14 14
Xehi Corp (3g) 2 30 29’- 294
Nelson (H) 3 34 34 34
N E P As pf 2.50k 100s 38 38 38
New Haven Clock 1 44 44 44
N J Zinc ( 5oe) 400s 494 48 48
New Mex&Arlz . 9 14 14 14
Newmont M 50e. 2 464 454 454
New Process 3g . 2 18 IS 18
N Y Auction . 1 14 14 14
XY&HonR.75e 250s 22 20 204
Pyrene 1 44 44 44
Reed Ro Bit ,80a. 5 224 214 214
Ileybarn Inc _ 1 24 24 24
Reynolds Inv_ 10 4 4 4
Richmond Rad— 2 14 1 1
Rome Cable _ 2 4 4 4
Root Petroleum.. 11 2 14 14
Rossia lntl 2 Ik ft tk
Russeks F A 50. 2 44 44 44
Rustless i &S — 12 64 5 64
Ryan Censol_ 1 24 24 24
Safety Car (lOg). 25s 504 504 504
St Regis Pan _. 37 24 24 24
Schiff Co C25e) _. 1 84 84 84
Scovill Mfg 50e.. 1 19 19 19
Scullin Steel ... 1 34 3', 34
Segal Lock _ 6 4 4
Seiberling Rub... 5 2 2 2
Select Industries 2 4 4 4
Selected Ind cv _ 100s 5 5 5
Sel Ind pr pf 5 4 . 60s 50 50 50
Sentry Saf Con.. 1 4 4 4
Seversky Aire .. 3 24 2 2
Shattuck Penn _ 20 5 4 5 4 54
Sherwin Will ( 4). 500s 73 70 70
Simmons H&P_ 1 14 14 14
Simplicity Pat_ 2 3 3 3
Solar Mfg ...... 2 14 14 14
Sonotone - 6 14 14 14
SossMtg 50a ... 1 34 34 34
South Coast .15e. 4 2!, 24 24
So Penn Oil .50a.. 1 30 30 30
SC EdBpf 1.50.. 7 254 254 254
So Colo Pwr (A). 1 14 14 14
Sou Un Gas _ 3 24 24 24
Spencer Shoe _ 2 3 3 3
Stand C&S 1.60.. 1 124 124 124
StOll Kytl) ... 9 154 154 154
Stnd Oil of 0(1). 3 174 164 164
St Pow & Lt . 45 M 4 *»
Stand P&L pf B.. 4 4 4 4
Stand Products.. 2 34 34 34
Stand Sllv & Ld.. 9 A A A
Starrett Cor vtc 20 24 24 24
Sterchi Bros Sts 6 24 24 24
St Alum Prd 1.20» 4 44 44 44
Sterling Inc .20.. 6 24 2 2
Stetson (JB)_125s 6 54 54
Stroook&Co _ 10s 74 74 74
Sullivan Mach_ 1 74 74 74
Sunray Oil _ 20 2:j 24 24
Taggart - 6 34 24 24
Tampa El (2.24). 1 264 264 264
Tastyeast A .. 2 > 4 4 4
Taylor (K) Dist. 5 1 4 4
! Chi Rivet .loe_ 2 54 64 64
I Chief Cons_ 2 4 4 4
Childs pf _100s 214 214 214
Cities Service_ 106 14 1 14
CitServpf ... 6 23 214 214
Cit Serv BB pf 20s 20 20 20
City Auto Stpg-- 5 4 4 4
Claude Neon Dt 7 14 14 14
Clev El lllum(2) 100s 334 32 334
Cleve Tract _ 1 34 34 34
Club A1 Uten .... 10 14 1 1
Colon Develop _ 3 2 14 14
Colon Devi cv pf. 4 34 34 34
; Col Fuel&Ir war 4 34 34 34
I Colts Pal F A.50e 4 49 45 45
|ColG&Epf<5) 50s 48 48 48
| Colum Oil &Gas. 100 24 24 24
Coin with & So wr 30 4 4 4
ComwPubSvle 150s 19 184 184
: Compo Sh vtc(l) 2 114 11 11
Con Cup A1 12 4e 37 34 34 34
Con G&E(B)3.60. 1 57 57 57
Cons Gas Util_ 1 4 4 4
Cons Ret Strs 1 24 24 24
Cons Royalty .20. 1 14 14 14
Cons Steel Corp.. 19 24 24 24
Cont Roll & Stl . 3 44 44 44
Cook Paint pf(4). 40s 5.3 53 53
Cooper Bess _ 2 5 44 5
Copper Range_ 3 44 44 44
Corroon & Rey_ 1 14 14 14
Cosden Petro_ 50 1 1 1
Cosden Pet pf_ 2 54 54 54
Creole Pete 50a.. 18 184 18 184
Crocker Wheeler. 4 44 4 4
Crolt Brewing 1 4 4 4
Crown Cent Pet._ 1 34 34 34
Crwn CrklntA(l) 3 84 84 84
Crown Drug _ 4 14 1 1
Cuban Tobacco... 1 24 24 24
Cusl Mex __ 40 I ^ t
Darby Pet .25e__ 1 64 64 64
Dayton Rub__ 6 64 54 6
Derby Oil _ 3 24 2 2
Det Gray Ir .04a., 6 lVt 14 14
Det Alich Stove_ 12 2 2
uei jraper rroa— 1 i/S l1., i'/»
Det Steel Prod ._ 1 14 14 14
Diam'd Shoe (2). 75s 15 14s, 14:<<
Divco T\v C .40_ 1 24 2% 2s,
Dom St & Coal_ 1 9 s, 9% 9s,
Driver-Har 7 pf.. 10s 108V, 1081, 108V,
Duro Test .40_ 4 4'., 34, 4
Eagle Pit Ld .10e 7 71a 7H. 71a
East Gas & F 2 2 2 2
E G&F 6 pf 1.50k 100s 20s, 20V, 20>/,
E G&F pr pf 4 Vi . 25s 43 43 43
East Mall Iron... 26s 7 7 7
EastStaCorp_ 111 1
East States B pf. 25s 13 13 13
Easy Wash M B-. 3 3V, 3 3*4
Eisler Electric... 2 1, ”, *,
El Bond & Sh . 180 514 5 5
El B&S $5 pf (5). 1 37 36 36
El B&S pf (6)_ 1 42 42 42
El Povv Asso_ 16 2>4 2 2
El Pow Asso (A). 4 21, 2 2Mi
El P & L war _ 2 2V* 2*4 2V,
El P&D 2d pf A . 30s 17 17 17
Elect Share 1 lVj 1 Vi 114
Electrograph (1) 1 10 10 10
Einp G&F 6% pf 25s 30 30 30
Equity Corp . 10 *4 s4 s4
Eureka Pipe (4). 100s. 22s, 22s, 22s,
Evans Wallo 17 14 V, V,
Evans Wallow pf 50s 4'/, 414 414
Ex-Cell-O l.20e). 6 8V, 8 8
Fairchild Av_ 7 214 2 214
Falstaff Brew...., 1 6V» 6Vi 6'/,
Fansteel Metal__ 14 4 4
Fedders Mfg_ 6 4N 4Vi 4S4
Ferro Enamel_ 2 15V4 16 1514
Fidelio Brew 1 h * ft
Fire As Phila 2a. 70s 42 41Va 42
Fisk Rubber 4 4-14 4«, 4V,
FI P&D |7 pf ,88k 100, 2714 2714 2714
Ford MCan Ail) 6 1514 14s, 15V4
Ford M Can B(l) 60s 15V4 1514 1514
Ford M Ltd ,213g 3 4N 4*, 4a,
Fox(P)Brew (l). 1 7,, 7s, 7v,
Franklin Rayon.. 13 3 3
Froedtert G ... 1 6V, 6>4 6'4
Fruehf Trail_ 3 6 5s, 6s,
Gatineau Power.. 2 8 7»4 7a;
Gen Alloys . 7 U4 H, iy4
Gen El Ltd 643g. 4 17 1614 16*4
Gen Firepr .20e.. 1 9'4 9', 91,
Gen Invest ._. 1 N> a, %
Gen Itayon (A).. 3 1', 11, n,
Gen Tele ill — 3 9\ 8*4 9%
Gen Tel pf (3) ... 1 40 40 40
Georg Pow pf(6) 25s 60 60 60
Gilbert (AC) . 2 4s, 4»4 4*4
Glen Alden .125e. 2 51, 6 5
Godchaux Sug B. 6 11 10s, 11
Goldfield Con _ 11 j), r,
Grand Nat Films 2 * *, a.
Gray Tel Pay Sta 1 3*, 3', 31,
Great A&Pnvle 75s 367, 36s, 36s,
Gt A&P 1st pf (7) 100s 11914 11914 11914
Greeh Tap & D . 8 4H 414 414
Gro Stores Prod.. 5 14 V* 14
February Jobs
Off 3 Per Cent
At Steel Plants
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 30.—The Amer
ican Iron.dt Steel Institute announced
yesterday there were 461,000 employes
in the steel Industry In February, a
iecline of 3 per cent compared with
January and a decrease of 17 per cent
trom February, 1937.
Total pay rolls of the industry in
February amounted to $45,599,000,
about 4 per cent below January and
39 per cent lower than in February
a year ago.
Wage earners made an average of
81.3 cents an hour and worked an
average of 24.9 hours weekly, com
pared with 80.5 an hour and 22.9
hours in January. In February a
year ago hourly earnings averaged
72.2 cents an hour and the work week
averaged 42.5 hours.
Stock and Sales—
Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. 2:55.
Technicolor _ 39 15 14b 14Vi
Texon Oil .30e_ 6 4 31, 4
Thew Shovel_ 250s 6b 6b 6"*
Tilo Roofing (1). 1 7", 74a 74i
Tob Pro Ex .275* 2 2b 2b 2 b
Todd Shlpy’d le 100s 44b 44b 44',
Tonopah Mining. 2 ft ft ft
Trans-Luxi 2Ua) 2 2'a 2b 2b
Transwest Oil_ 14 4b 4s, 4",
Tri-Cont war 2 ft ft ft
Tublze Chatillon. 5 5 b 5', 6',
Tung-Sol Lamp . 6 2b 2b 2b
Tung Sol L pf.80. 2 6b 5b 5b
Unexcelled Mfg .41 % 1
Un Gas Cam.20e) 7 lib 11', 11",
Union Invest 2 3b 3', 3b
UnTremFS(l). 4 10b lo 10b
United Atrc war. 10 5 4b 6
Utd Cgr Wh Strs. 1 b b >4
Unit Corp war_ 2 V, y, *4
Unit Gas _ 61 3 2", 2b
Unit Gas war_ 10 ft ft ft
Unit Gas pf (7) . 5 76 70 70
Unit Lt & Row A 22 lb lb lb
Unit Lt & P cv pf 24 15 13b 13b
Unit Milk P (le). 50s 18'i 18 18
Unit Profit Shar. 2 ”, b b
Unit Shipyds A.. 3 5b 5'a 5'4
Unit Shipyds B . 5 1', lb lb
Unit Slice M 2 ba 575s 53b 50b 61
Unit Sh M pf 1 b - 10s 40", 40", 40",
Unit Specialties. 4 2b 2b 2b
U S Foil (B) _ 10 4 3b 3b
US&lntSec_ 4 b b b
U S Lines pf_ 3 11 1
U S Radiator_ 12 2 2
U S Rub Reel_ 3 lb lb lb
Unit Verd? Ext _ 9 lb lb lb
Unit Wail Paper. 21 lb lb H,
UnivCorpvtc ... 4 1", 1", lb
UnivPict ..14 4 4
Uta Idaho Sugar. 2 lb lb lb
UtilPw&Ltir). 2 ft ft ft
Utility Equit 1 lb lb lb
Utility & lnd pf_ 8 lb lb lb
Valspar Corp_ 3 lb Hi 1V»
Venez Mex Oil __ 3 2b 2b 2b
Venezuela Petrol. 32 b b b
Voght Mfg .20c, _ 1 6b 6b 6V,
Wagner Baking,. 16 6 6
Wayne Knit M... 16 6 6
Wellington Oil .. 1 3b 3b 3b
Wentworth Mfg. 6 2 lb 2
West Va C & C_ 7 lb 1 1
West Air Exp .. 2 2b 2b 2b
Wes Md 1st pf 7g 10s 35 35 35
West Tab&S.50e 100s 19", 19b 19b
Weyenberg Shoe 400s 5b 4b 4b
Willms Oil-O-M 2 2b 2b 2b
Willson Prod .15* 1 7b 7b 7',
Wilson Jones .. 6 8 8 8
Wolverine Pt C.. 3 2 2 2
Wolverine Tube. 3 4 4 4
Woodley Pet .40.. 3 6b 6b 6b
Wright Harg ,4t'a 4 6b 6b 6b
Yukon Gold .04e. 7 lb lb lb
r In nanxruptcy or receiver,hip cr Ming
reorganized under the Bankruptcy Act or
securities assumed Oy such corapanita.
Rates ot dividends in the foregoing table
are annual disbursements based on lb*
last quarterly or semi-annual declaration
Unless otherwise noted special or extra
dividends are not included
a Also extra or extra,, e Declared or
paid so far this year no regular rat*,
f Payable in atock e Paid last year,
n Cash or atock k Accumulated dividend
paid or declared thla year ww With war
rants. iw Without warrant* war War
•■ant*
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
(Continued Prom Page A-16.)
Prev. 1938 8tock and Sale!— Net
High. Low. Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low. Close, ohge.
3% 2 Ward Baking (B).. 14 2% 2 2b + b
48 27 Ward Bak pf ,60k._. 4 25b 25 25 -2
7% 3% Warner Bro« Plot-- 72 4 3% 8b
40 20 Warner Bros Pic pf. 130s 24 23b 24 + b
4b 2 Warren Bros (r)_ 11 2b 2 2 — b
17b 11% Waukesha Mot (1). 9 lib 11 lib + b
29% 17b Wayne Pump (2)... 7 17b 17 17b
3 IV* Webster Elsenlohr. 3 lb lb lb
35b 26b Wesson O&S 1.2oe . 3 25% 25% 25b
75 72b Wesson O&S pf (4). 1 72b 72b 72b
97% 74 West Penn El pf(6) 10s 76 76 76 +2
102b 88 West Penn El pf (7) 20s 85 85 85 -3
l’6b 111b West Penn P pf (6) 120sll4 113b 113b - b
121 117 West Pane P pf (7) 160s 117 117 117 -1
19 13V* Westn Aut Sup 1.60 9 13b 13 13V*
4b 2% Westn Maryland 9 2% 2% 2%
3b lb Westn Pacific pf__ 4 1% lb lb
28b 17% Westn Union Teleg 34 17b 16% 17% - %
27b 16V* Westhse Air Br (1) x 20 16% 16% 16b + b
109% 65b Westhse El&M <le) 78 67% 65 65b - %
140 111 Westhse E&M pf le. 10s 108b 106 106 -5
17b 9% Weston El Inst_ 3 10 9b 9b - V*
15b 11 WestvacoChl (l)-_ 1 10% 10% 104,-%
27% 14b Wheeling Steel_ 7 16 16b 15V* + b
13b 6b White Motor . 20 6b 6b 6V* - b
11 8V* White Rock Sp.25e. 2 8 8 8 -%
3 1% White Sew Mach _ 4 lb 1% 1%
21b 10b White Sewing M pf- 3 10b 10b 10b + V*
2% IV* Wilcox Oil A Gas_ 1 1% 1% 1% - b
3 2 Wlllya-Overland— 7 2b 2 2% + b
Prev. 1938 Stock and Sales-* Nev
HJah. Low Dividend Rate. Add 00. High. Low doge ehae
6% 4% WUUs-Over pf .60.. 2 4% 4% 4%+ s,
6% 8 Wilson* Co- 51 3% 3 3 -%
60% 32% Wilson * Co pf (6). 1 32 32 32 — %
19% 10% Woodward Iron_ 8 11% 10% 10%+ %
43% 36 Woolworth (2.40).. 16 36% 36% 86% - %
20 11% Worthington Pump. 12 12 11% 11%
35% 27 Worth P pr pf 4.50.. 2 28 28 28 +1
46 32 Worth P cvpf 4.50.. 1 28% 28% 28% -3%
94 58% Wright Aero ....... 70s 58% 55% 55%-8«.
69 62 Wrigley (3a)- 1 64 64 64 - %
28 20% Yale & Towns .60... 1 22% 22% 22% — %
16% 8% Yellow Truck ... 101 10% 9% 9% + %
9.3 78% Yellow Tuck pf (7). 10s 78% 71 71 -7%
18% 9% Young Sprg&Wire... 2 10 9% 10 + %
43% 24% Ygstwn Sheet * T_. 51 26% 24 25
22% 11% Fgstwn Stl Dr .25a. 8 11% 11% 11%
17% 9% Zenith Radio _ 19 10% 9% 9%
5% 2% Zonlte Products_ 11 3% 3% 3% — %
Approximate Sales of Stocks on the N. Y. Stock Exchonge
11:00 A.M- 530.000 12:00 Noon_ 910 000 Z
1:00P.M. ... 1,140.000 2:00 P.M . .. 1,300,000
Total Sales for the day. 1.670,000
s Actual sales: unit of trading 10 shares
x Ex dividend xr Ex rights a Also extra or extras, h 1-10
share of $2 preference stock d 1-25 share of S3 preference
stock, e Declared or paid so far this rear f Parable In stock
g Paid last year, h Cash or stock, k Accumulated dividend paid
or declared thla year
r In bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized andet
Bankruptcy Act. or securitlea assumed by such companies.
Rates of dividends in the foregoing table are annual 4la
bursements based on tha last quarterly or semi-annual declara
tion. Unless otherwise noted special or extra dividends ara not
included.
BALTIMORE TOBACCO
SHIPMENTS RUSHED
Market to Open Friday, With
Sales Unlikely to Begin
Until Monday.
Sp»c<al Dispatch to The Star.
BALTIMORE, March 30.—With the
opening of the Baltimore tobacco
market next Friday, shipments to the
city have shown considerable increase
during the last week. The market
has been closed since December 23
under an agreement between those
interested. It is the second year that
the local market has been closed dur
ing the dull season.
Although the market opens on Fri
day. sales are not scheduled to get
under way until Monday. In the
meantime sampling will be conducted
at the local warehouses.
last week’s receipts of Maryland
leaf tobacco totaled 362 hogsheads,
more than the total for the entire
period from January 1 to the begin
ning of last week. Total receipts from
the first of the year are 637 hogs
heads as against 1.313 last year.
Stocks of Maryland tobacco in ware
houses at the cioee of last week to
taled 11,812 hogsheads.
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FOREIGN EXCHANGES.
NEW YORK. March 30 up, —European
currencies retreated today in terms of
the dollar following yesterdays sharp
rise
Pressure centered on sterling, which
lost 34 of a cent. The French franc, ap
parently bolstered by official control sup
port. dropped 0.0034 of a cent Guilders
lost 0.«»o of a cent the Swiss franc 0.03
of a cent and the belga 0.02 of a cent.
The dollar in London recovered mod
erately. whiie in Paris there was no
change.
Noon rates follow
Great Britain dollars, others in cents.
Great Britain demand 4.06V rabies.
4.06V 60-day bills 4.06-.V France, de
mand 3.0412 • cables. 3 041 a ■ Italy, de
mand. 5 26V cables. 5 26*2
Demands—Belgium. 16.PI: Germany,
free 40 16. registered. IP 80; travel.
24.50. Holland. 55.40; Norway. 24 PB:
Sweoen. 25.60: Denmark. 22.1*. Finland.
2.20V Switzerland. 22.05; Spain un
quoted; Portugal. 4.52. Greece. o.PPai
Poland 18.02: Czechoslovakia. 3.40* 4:
Yugoslavia 2.35: Austria unquoted: Hun
gary. ip po; Rumania. 0 75 Argentina.
33.16n: Brazil <free>. 5.00n: Tokio. 2*0*:
Shanghai. 26.25; Hong Kong. 30.70; Mex
ico City. 22.25: Montreal in New York.
00 4.3V New York in Montreal, 100.56V
n—Nominal.
- .- ■ a ■ --
Motor Products Corp.—1937 com
mon share earnings before surtax were
$4.56, against $3.60.
ju. S. AGENTS CONTINUE
BUTTER, EGG BUYING
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO, March 30 —The Federal
Government continued to make heavy
purchases of butter and eggs in the
Chicago a*d New York produce mar
kets yesterday. It was the second time
eggs were bought in Chicago since the
program was inaugurated.
Government agents bought 91,000
pounds of butter grading extras at 29
cents a pound in Chicago and 12,000
dozen of eggs grading fresh firsts at
IT1* cents a dozen. At New York
they took 70,000 pounds of butter
grading extras at 29}* cents and 55,000
dozen of eggs.
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CRUDE RUBBER FUTURES.
NEW YORK, March 30 (fP).—Crude
rubber futures opened 43 to 55 lower.
May, 10 90-95; July, 11.00-11.05; Sep
tember, 11.20-28.
-—•—
Pacific Gas & Electric Co.—1937
preliminary common share earnings
were $2.71 against $2 55.
RETIREMENTS REDUCE
U. S. DEBT IN MARCH
By the Associated Press.
Retirement of short-term Federal
obligations with proceeds of March in
come tax collections has reduced the
Government debt from a record higr.
of $37,814,477,017 on March 12 to
$37,498,062,274 on March 25.
-•
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
CHICAGO. March 30 UP) (United fi'a’e
Department of Agriculture*.—Potatoes 33
on track. 204; total U. S shipments. 5*0
Old stock Colorado McClures firm other
stock weak: supplies liberal, demand slow
sacked, per cwt . Idaho Russet Burbankv
U S. No. 1. I 35-45; Colorado. Red Mc
Clures U. S No 1. l.55-57*2; North Da
kota. Bliss Triumphs. PO per cent U. S
No. l. 1.25: Cobblers. p(> per cent U f?
No. 1. 1.15; Early Ohios. 85-00 per cen
U S. No. 1. 1.12*2-15: Wisconsin. rourr
whites. U S commercials, l.oo. New stock
weak, supplies liberal, demand slow track
saies carlots. Bliss Triumphs. Florida
bushel crates. U. S No 1. i.50-55: Texas
aO-Pound sacks, U. 8 No. 1, 1.4u.
- 1 •
ODD-LOT DEALINGS.
The Securities Commission reported t*.
day these transactions by customers w •
odd-lot dealers or specialists on the » •
York Stock Exchange for March 23
18 31P purchases involving 3P3.020 shares
1 1 555 sales involving 353.807 shares.
Loans
ON IMPROVED D. C. PROPERTY
Immediate attention on your application tc
buying, rebuilding or refinancing.
Loans repayable monthly.
No charge for appraisal if loan is not made
Interest charged only on unpaid balance c'
princ'oal.
Equitable Co-operati\l
Building Association
915 F STREET N.W.
Ornnlicd 1S79
nasr DISTRICT AGENCY COMPANY TSiBSff
a—i— 336-346 INVESTMENT BUILDING . .,
Associates
Ralph K. Benner Phone NAtional 8756 „
Daniel G. Davis Hugh L. Murrell
Thos. De Francis WE WRITE ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE Leonard F. Ruoff
E'ne.t j ARE YOU ADEQUATELY INSURED ? Jack T. Ratcliffe, Jr.
Rudolph Jose ^
O. L. Kenney We Would Be Glad to Make a Survey of Your Needs oward W. Spicknall
Francis A Marks _ _ Richard E. Titlow
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE TO POLICYHOLDERS
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION OP
The Commonwealth Insurance
Co. of New York
Of New York, N. Y.
On the 31st day of December. 1937. as
required under Section 647 of the Code
ol Law for the District of Columbia.
INCOME.
Net. premiums $2,016,556.07
Total interest and rents 246.5S3.2S
Other income _ P.714.62
w* ____
Total Income_ $2,271,953.97
DISBURSEMENTS.
Net amount paid policy
holders for losses . $708,101.86
All other disbursements_ 1.408.339.29
Total disbursements $2,116,531.15
ASSETS.
Bonds and stocks $6.599.75.3.63
Cash in company's office 9.020.48
Deposits in banks 196.839.86
Agents’ balances 321.913.32
Interest and rents due or ,__
accrued 48.449.02
All other assets _ 214.281.63
Gross assets $7,390,257 94
Deduct assets not ad
mitted - 18.469.37
Total admitted assets $7,371,788,57
LIABILITIES.
Net unpaid claims $174,617.00
Total unearned premiums . 2.002.853.30
Other liabilities 218.007.04
Capital paid up -. 1,000.000.00
Surplus over all liabilities . 3.976.311.23
Total_$7,371,788.57
NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING
THE YEAR.
District of
Total. Columbia.
Fire _ $1,382,684.93 $8,843.06
Ocean marine 31.145.19
Motor vehicles 383.238.94 4.750.47
Earthquake 1.459,30 _
Inland naviga
tion and
transporta - _
tion 83.938.2# 847.40
Tornado,
w 1 n dstorm
and cyclone 101.521.88 604.79
Sprinkler leak
age 9.303.22 1.00
Riot, civilcom
motion and
explosion _ 13,647.44 1.39
All other—
Rain _ 6.414.32 _
Aircraft 972.72 _
Water drain
age 2.610.49 _
Contingent
c o mmis
sions 2.538.13 _
$2,016,556.07 $157648.11
GEO. H. DUXBURY. Vice President.
P. W. RUTHERFORD. Asst. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 19th day of February. 1938 iSeal.)
JOHN C. DROGE. Notary Public. Kings
County. Clerk's No 258 Kings County
Register's No. 8291. Certificate filed in
New York County. Clerk's No. 734. Regis
ter's No. 3-D-464. Commission expires
March 30. 1938.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
OF THE
Queen Insurance Company
of America
Of New York
On the 31st day of December. 1937. as
required under Section 647 of the Code
of Law for the District of Columbia.
INCOME
Net premiums $6,935,657.10
Total interest and rents 919.785.28
Other income _ 47.440.25
Total income_ $7,903,091.63
DISBURSEMENTS.
Net amount paid policy
holders for losses $7.5°3.018 90
All other disbursements 5.131.224.66
Total disbursements $7,654,243.56
ASSETS.
Real estate $103,500.09
Mortgage loans on real
estate 6.750.00
Bonds and stocks 21.954.398.14
Deposits in banks . > 872.617.53
Agents' balances 777.362 38
Interest and rents due or
accrued 123.193 70
All other assets_ 39.383 09
Gross assets $23,877,199.84
Deduct assets not admitted 1.966.696.08
Total admitted assets $21,905,503.76
LIABILITIES.
Net unpaid claims $994,771.35
Total unearned premiums 6.749.829.51
Other liabilities 1.118.216.83
Capital paid up 5.000.000.00
Surplus over all liabilities 8.043.186.07
Total_ $21,905,503.76
NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING
THE YEAR.
. District of
Total. Columbia.
Fire $5,072,432.48 $18,380.80
Ocean marine 296.983.75 433.55
Motor vehicles 723.187.44 6.618.21
Earthquake 13,210.79 _
Inland navi
gation and
transporta -
tlon 353.332.68 2.513.13
Tornado,
w i ndstorm.
and cyclone 349.363 10 2.654.76
Hail 2.488.91 _
8prinkler leak
age 31.201.24 1.74
Riot. * civil
commotion,
and explo
sion _ 76.570.69 61.66
Aircraft_ 17.086.02 53.53
$6,935,857.10 $30,717.38
S. F. NININGER. Vice President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 17th day of February. 1938.
(Seal.) ALBERT J. JOHNSTONE.
Notary Public. Nassau County Cert,
filed in New York Co. New York
Co. Clerk's No. - New York
l Co. Reister’a No. --.
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION OF
The Continental Insurance
Company
of 80 Maiden Lane, New York, N.Y..
On the 31st day of December. 1937. as
required under Section 647 of the Code
of Law for the District of Columbia.
INCOME.
Net premiums $20,599,666.24
Total interest and rents 4.983.056.44
Other income . _ 257.67,3.08
Total income_ $24,931,335.74
DISBURSEMENTS.
Net amount paid policy
holders for losses $7,789,129.85
All other disbursements 14.967 661.85
Total disbursements $21,790,791.60
ASSETS.
Real estate .. $1.684.688.4.3
Bonds and stocks 78.977.307.6.3
Cash in company's office 6.900.66
Deposits in hanks . 4.444.109 31
Aeents' balances 2.766.916 38
Interest and rents due or
accrued 253.138.36
All other assets_ 48.125.57
Oross assets $88,181,185.68
Deduct assets not ad
mitted 2.143.438.79
Total admitted as
sets $86,037,746.80
LIABILITIES.
Net unpaid claims $3,00,3.990.86
Total unearned premiums 20.522,705.25
Other liabilities. 5.751.454.00
Capital paid up 5.000.060.00
Surplus over all liabilities 51,759,596.78
Total_$88,037,746.89
NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING
THE YEAR.
District of
Total. Columbia.
Fi e __ $13,984,783.58 $48,729.61
Ocean marine 739.999.38 26.18
Motor vehicles 3,089.316.48 9.230.66
Earthauake 41.570.55 0
Inland navi
cation and
transporta -
tion . _ 683.502.81 3.092.79
Tornado,
w i n dstorm
and cyclone 1,354.896.51 1.575.93
Hail 438.843.85 0
Sprinkler leak
ace 48,015.84 215.67
Riot, civil com
motion and
explosion _ 194.614.67 467.02
All other—
Aircraft_ 7.169.10 17.64
Flood_ 9.893.47 0
$20,690,606.24 $6.3.355 52
. VERNON HALL. Vice President.
LEROY T. BROWN, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 4th day of February. 19.38.
(Se ’.) W. A. WEBER.
Notary Public.
Notary Public. Queens County. Clerk's
No. 205,3. Reeister's No. 5989. Certifi
cates filed in New York County. Clerk's
No. 249, Reeister's No 9-W-17.3. Com
mission expires March 30. 1939.
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION
OF THE
Eagle Indemnity Company
Of New York
On tne 31st day of December. 1937. as
required under Section 647 of the Code
of Law for the District of Columbia.
INCOME
Net premiums $3.409.832.26
Total interest and rents 262.068.66
Other Income _ 55.242.52
Total Income_$3,747,143.44
DISBURSEMENTS.
Net amount paid to policy
holders for losses $1,163,418.73
All other disbursements.. 1.789,608.07
Total disbursements $2,953,026.80
ASSETS.
Bonds and stocks $7,165,845.19
Deposits In banks 446.528.71
Premiums in course of col
lection 850.763.85
Interest and rents oue or
accrued 45.491.49
All other assets_ 101.269.70
Gross assets $8.609 898.94
Deduct assets not admitted 902.346.34
Total admitted assets $7,707,552.60
LIABILITIES.
Total unpaid claims - $2.847.327.nO
Total unearned premiums 1.720.649.02
Other liabilities. $532.
362.66: voluntary re
ser"' '607.213.92 1.139.576.5«
Capifii! raid up _ 1,000.000.00
Suroi . jver all liabilities 1.000.000.00
Total_$7,707,552.60
NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING
THE YEAR.
District of
Total Columbia
Accident_ $76,251.25 $389.16
Health 10,432.94 4.05
Auto liability 1.147.370.83 4.087.05
Liability other
than auto 554.362.22 412.46
Workmen's
com pensa
tion . . _ 610.085.69 2.507.79
Fidelity_ 158.864 31 3.224.42
Surety ... 60.892.68 4.554.20
Plate glass 93.445.93 -206 06
Burglary and
theft 241.580.38 829.59
Steam boiler 95.051.36 669.51
Machinery 30.738.23 104.50
Auto property
damage 297.856.79 1.810.54
Auto collision 13.321.23 277.20
Property dam
age and col
lision other
than auto 19.578.42 20.18
Totals ... $3,409,832.26 $18,996.70
F. J. O'NEILL. President.
F. S. PERRYMAN. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 23rd day of February. 1938.
(Seal.) AUOU8T YERKES
Notary Public.
My commission expires March 30.
1938.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
OF THE
Standard Accident Insurance
Company
of Detroit, Michigan.
On the 31st day of December. 1037. as
required under Section 617 of the Code
of Law for the District of Columbia.
INCOME
Net premiums $16,414 807 no
Total interest and rents 770.213.00
Other income _ 752.423 00
Total income $17,967,443 00
DISBURSEMENTS.
Net amount paid policy
holders for losses $6 07.3 552 on
All other disbursements 9.333.936.00
Total disbursements $15,407,488.00
ASSETS.
Real estate $1,400 991.00
Mortgage loans on real es
tat- 8fi9.128,nn
Bonds and stocks 13.526.822.no
Cash in company's office 10.767.00
Deposits in banks 2.693.170.00
Premiums in course of col
lection 2.802.124.00
Interest and rents due or
accrued _... 112.893.00
All other assets_ 1.400.338.00
Gross assets $22,912,233 OO
Deduct, assets not ad
mitted 1,403.763.00
Total admitted assets $21.508.470.00
LIABILITIES.
Total unpaid claims $9,469,582.00
Total unearned premiums 5.979.312.Oo
Other liabilities 2.651.618 00
Capital paid up 1.395.10ft.00
Surplus over all liabilities 2.012-858.00
Total _ $21,508,470.00
NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING
THE YEAR.
District of
Total. Columbia.
Accident —- $835,525.00 $5,846.00
Health 118.883.00 2.031.00
None ancel
able acci
aert and
health 1.286.00 99.00
Auto liability 3.920.167.00 27.242.00
Liability
other than
auto 1.876.748.00 (.665.00
Work men's
compensa
tion 5.118.576.00 61.299.00
Fidelity __ 783.864 00 4.469.00
Surety 1.748.248.no 52.ni5.no
Plate glass 220.434.00 1.552.00
Burglary and
theft 47.3 855.no 3.527.00
Steam boiler 24.944.00 0
Machinery 13.0.39.00 0
Auto prop
erty dam
age 1.101.088.00 14.698.00
Auto colli
sion 02.909.00 154.00
Property
damage
and colli
sion other
than auto 145.181.00 1.507.00
Totals $16,444,807.00 $182,104.00
R. H. PLATTS. Vice President.
F. S BROWN. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 23rd day of February 1938.
(Seal.) A. NEILSON.
Notary Public.
My commission expires July 2. 1940.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
or THE
Caledonian-American
Insurance Co.
of Now York
On the 31st day of December 1937 r
requited under Section 647 of the c -d?
of Lew for the District of Columbia.
INCOME.
Net premiums ... $263,675.00
Total interest and rents __ 61.019.16
Other Income_ 44.247 1R
Total Income_ 536R.P41.34
DISBURSEMENTS
Net amount paid policyhold
ers for losses 592.033.59
All other disbursements 238.672.35
Total disbursements.. $330.705 94
ASSETS.
Mortgage loans on real es
tate $35,084.51
Bonds and stocks ... 1.617.628.43
Cash in company's office.. 56 40
Deposits in banks _ 136.728.50
Agents' balances 66.245.12
Interest and rents due or
accrued _ 8.42R.4R
All other assets_ 560.42
Gross assets $1,863,611.02
Deduct assets not admitted 236.735.29
Total admitted assets $1,826,875.73
LIABILITIES.
Net unpaid claims .. $12,254.82
Total unearned premiums.. 306.523 39
Other liabilities_ 32.308.80
Capital paid up . _ 200.000.00
Surplus over all liabilities. 1.075.788.72
Total_*1.626.875.73
NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING
THE YEAR.
District of
Total. Columbia.
Fire $249,151.05 $617.00
Earthquake . 717.59 0
Tornado, w 1 n d
storm and cy- »
clone . 10.876.83 1.59
9pr!nkler leakage _ 339.27 0
Riot, civil commo
tion and explo
sion 2.125.12 2.30
All other (aircraft) 465 14 .40
$263,875.00 5*21.29
ROBT. R. CLARK. President.
CHARLES L. 8CHWEIS. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 15th day of February. 1938.
ISeal.) HENRY 8. COOLEY.
Notary Public.

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