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Two Sons in Navy
Get Bulk of Fortune Of J. P. Morgan Bequests to Children, Nephews, Nieces and Numerous Employes Bs the Associated Press. MINEOLA. N. Y., March 27.—The two naval officer sons of John Pier pont Morgan will share the bulk of the late financier's fortune. Under the terms of Mr. Morgan's will filed for probate here yesterday, i Comdr. Junius Spencer Morgan and | Lt. Comdr. Henry Sturgis Morgan | will share equally in the residuary ! estate. No estimate of the estate's size was made. Mr. Morgan, who died at 75 on March 13 in Boca Grande, Fla., provided for his children, nephews and nieces and also for numerous employes. $25,000 to Each Child. The financier bequeathed $25,000 to each of his children, the two sons and his two daughters, Mrs. Jane Norton Nichols and Mrs. Prances Tracy Pennoyer. The will explained the small bequests to the daughters by saying Mr. Morgan had made provisions for them before his death. The sum of $25,000 also was left to his two sons-in-law and daugh ters-in-law. He gave $500 to each of his nieces and nephews. No provision was made for his three sisters. The will explained that they had been adequately taken care of by their father. He left $150,000 to the Church of 6t. John of Lattingtown, Locust Valley, N. Y., where he was a parish ioner. He said he was leaving noth ing to charity and other organiza tions because he had given to them as best he could during his life. The Wall Hall estate in Hertford County, England, was left to his •on Henry and the Morgan home at Glen Cove, N. Y., was turned over Jointly to the two sons. The New York City home and Camp Uncas, Hamilton County, N. Y., were left In the residuary estate. Mr. Morgan urged that dual own ership of the properties be avoided, suggesting that one son or the other take over complete ownership. To Comdr. Junius Morgan he left the Prank Holl painting of the first J. P. Morgan, to the governor and director of the Bank of England he gave a silver tankard, said to have been given by Queen Mary II to Capt. Simon Janszen for saving the life of King William III at sea in 1692. Employes Are Named. Among Mr. Morgan's specific be quests were: To Belle Da Costa Green, director, Pierpont Morgan Library. $50,000; to John Axten of Port Washington. N. Y.. his secre tary, $50,000; James Kelly, Glen Cove superintendent, $30,000, and Stanley Physick, his butler. $25,000. Physick, Mr. Morgan's butler, once saved his life by felling with a piece of coal a man who was about to shoot at Mr. Morgan. A grandson. J. P. Morgan, was ! given the fellowship in perpetuity in ' the Metropolitan Museum of Art, j given Mr. Morgan by his father. ! The will, a 27-page, 6.000-word j document dated December 27, 1942, | named the two sons and the firm of J. P. Morgan, Inc., as executors. Time Factor Aids Foe, Dr. Wei Warns Chinese Diplomat Urges United Attack on Japs Bv the Associated Press. < BRIDGEPORT, Conn., March 27.—It is extremely dangerous to' think that the United Nations are fighting two wars, one in the west! and the other in the east. Dr. Wei Tao-ming, the Chinese Ambassador, declared last night at a dinner at the Brooklawn Club. "The theaters of war are closely inter-related. In the past the people of Asia understood quite well that the danger in Europe would affect very much the situa- I tion in Asia. Today the situation in Asia, if not quickly improved, also will have a direct consequence on the situation in Europe. "We must keep in mind that this Is a total, global war, that it is in- ! divisible and so is the peace." Dr. Wei was the principal speaker at. a dinner honoring the War Pro- ; duction Committees of the Gen eral Electric Co.'s Bridgeport plant, which, at a ceremony at the plant, received the Army-Navy “E." In China, Dr. Wei declared, "five million seasoned fighters are ready for the signal to attack when they have the necessary weapons." Pay ing tribute to American production, he stressed that Japan "needs time,” and urged concerted attack soon on "the enemy's soft belly, which are the islands of Japan.” Another speaker at the dinner was Gerard Swope, president of the General Electric Co., who discussed the difficulty of changing over the Bridgeport plant's production 10 war work. Spanish Moroccan Aide Received by Giraud By the Associated Press. ALGIERS, March 27.—It was an nounced today that Gen. Henri Gi raud, high commissioner of French North Africa, had received Col. Oli varez, military attache to Lt. Gen. Luis Orgaz Yoldi, high commissioner of Spanish Morocco. Col. Olivarez said he came here on a mission, but its purpose was not revealed. (Spanish Morocco lies south of Gibraltar, adjoining AEF occupled French Morocco.) REAL ESTATE] LOANS FIRST TRUSTS to finance I District or nearby Maryland or refinance homes in the and Virginia. Current Rate* Straight Loana or Monthly Paymentt LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK 7th fr D Sts. N.W. 17th b H Sts. N.W. Where To G What To CONCERTS. Soldiers’ Home Band Symphony Orchestra, Stanley Hall, 5:30 o’clock this afternoon. “Meet the Army Band." “pop" en semble concert, Fort Myer (Va.) band auditorium, 6:45 o’clock this evening. DANCES. Cocktail dance, University Club, 5 o'clock this afternoon. ^ Center dance, Jewish Community Center, Sixteenth and Q streets N.W., 9 o’clock tonight. Wisconsin State Society, Hotel Statler, 9:30 o’clock tonight. Officers’ Service Club, Mayflower Hotel, 9:30 o’clock tonight. Central Office Club, Wardman Park Hotel, 9:30 o’clock tonight. West Virginia Society, following meeting, Shoreham Hotel, 10 o’clock tonight. HIKES. Wanderbirds Hiking Club. 8-mile mystery hike. Meet inside the main entrance of Union Station, 8 a.m. tomorrow. Center Hiking Club. Cabin John to Rockville <Md/>. Meet in front of Riggs National Bank, Fifteenth street and New York avenue N.W., 9:30 a.m. tomorrow. Capital Hiking Club, Cabin John to Cupids Bower. Meet at end of Cabin John car line, 10 a.m. to morrow. HORSEBACK RIDING. Washington Saddle Club, open horseback ride in nearby Maryland. Meet at Georgia and Alaska ave nues bus terminal, 10:15 am. to morrow. Reservations necessary. Call Adams 7059 or Ordway 7264. MEETINGS. American Contract Bridge League Wardman Park Hotel, 8 o’clock to night. Tall Cedars of Lebanon of Cap ital Forest, Northeast Temple, Eighth and F streets N.E., 8 o’clock to night. PAN-AMERICAN PROGRAM. Illinois State Society, Shoreham Hotel, 8:30 o’clock tonight. RECREATION "Home Away From Home," li brary, games, music, dancing, radio phonograph, Walsh Club lor War workers, 1523 Twenty-second street N.W., 5 p.m. to midnight today. FOR MEN IN THE SERVICE. Stage Door Canteen, Belasco The ater, Madison place and Pennsyl vania avenue N.W. Tonight: 6-7 o'clock, Madrillon orchestra; 7:30 8:30 o'clock, Pete Macias; 8:30-9:30 o'clock. University of Maryland Glee Club concert; 10-10:30 o’clock, Al fonso Chavez and Rubita Tooas; 10:30-11 o’clock, Erica Thimey dan cers; 11:15 o’clock, San Carlo Opera Company. Dance for officers. Scotts Hotel for Girls, 2131 O street N.W., 8:30 o’clock tonight. Officers’ Club of the United Na tions. Burlington Hotel, 1120 Ver mont avenue N.W., 10 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. today. Masonic Service Center, Thir teenth street and New York avenue N.W., 1 to 11 p.m. today. Refresh ments, hostesses, dancing, 8 p.m. today. Dancing. Arlington Recreation Center, Tenth and North Irving streets (Va.), 9 o'clock tonight. "Games, refreshments, hostesses, Salvation Army (USO) Club, 606 E street N.W., today from 9 aun. until midnight. "Dinner, dancing, Fellowship House of Covenant-First. Presbyterian Church, 3563 Massachusetts avenue N.W.. 6:30 o'clock tonight. "Dinner, Fellowship, Recreation, STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Standard Accident Insurance Company of Detroit, Michigan On the 31st dav of December. 194*.*. as required under Section 647 of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia INCOME Net premiums _ $21,716.15' 64 Total interest and rents 704.858.4 4 ; Other income __ ___ 197.373.57 Total income $22,616,389.65 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses $6,487,225.42 All other disburse ments 1 1.255.044.94 Total disbursements $17.742.270.36 ACQPTQ : Real .stale *" $1,028.049 76 Mortgage loans on real estate 1.214.070.02 Bonds and stocks 24.592,110.27 Cash in company s office 129,754.98 Deposits in banks 3,623,738.26 Premiums In course of 4.: collection 3.976,787.68 Interest and rents due or accrued 95,086.73 All other assets _ 869.190.68 §5 Gross assets $35,628,788.36 Deduct assets not ad !gj mined 777.100 03 Total admitted as sets $34,751,688.32 LIABILITIES 45: Total unpaid claims $11,947,477.19 Total unearned pre miums __ _ 8.587.717.11 4* Other liabilities 3.825,742.29 p: Capital paid up .. $1,759,380.00 44 Surplus over all lia % btllties _ 8.631.371.73 |i Total $34,751,088.32 -5: NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN ;« DURING THE YEAR iii District of Total Columbia ** Accident _ S8.0H.547 05 $4,807.13 Health 99.804 05 1.514.77 ii? Noncan 8$ cellable iii accident ii; and health 86913 98 64 if Auto 1 i a - billty 4,949.19011 20141 49 Si Liability other than iii auto 1,976.930.00 10,024 59 ii; Workmen s ji? com pen - ifi action 6.930.672.80 81,753.43 is Fidelity _ 733.134.89 5.531.45 Si Surety 3.634,418.54 70.9371s Si Plate glass 229 920.90 643.91 Si Burglary and i! theft _ 479.899.09 2.570.69 Si Steam boiler 22.704.41 Machinery... —9.08 _ Si Auto prop iii erty dam iii age . 1.142.501.00 9.668.40 Sif Auto col ig llsion . 52,482.74 99.29 is Property SS damage SS and col Si slon other t? than euto 237,061.45 3.383.00 Si Group accl i'S cldent and iS health . 329,344.53 1.848.81 1 Totals $21,710,167.64 $213,022.94 R. H PLATTS. Vice President. ;5f H. A. WHITE. Asst. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me & this 8th day of February. 1943. 1 (Seal.) WILLIAM MANECX. Notary Public. iii Oakland County. Mich. My com §i: mission expires June 24. 1946. (Act |i: lng In Wayne County. Mich.) !i - R*pr*a*nt*d by 1 Diatrict Agency Company ifi: General Agents I 336-346 Investment Bonding I Henry C. Young, Incorporated 500 Chandler Building I Branch Office Bonding Dept, i Howard W. Ealti, Manager SIS Union Tract Building Christian Business Girls’ Associa tion. Almas Temple, K street near Thirteenth N.W., 6:30 o'clock to night. •Dinner, entertainment, dancing, Foundry Methodist Church, Six teenth and P streets N.W., 6:30 o’clock tonight. •Ballroom and tap dance classes, dancing, Jewish Community Center (USO), Sixteenth and Q streets N.W., 7:30 o’clock tonight. •Supper-social, Luther Place Me morial Church, Fourteenth and N streets N.W., 6:30 o’clock tonight. •Drop-in-hour, dancing, refresh ments. gymnasium, Calvary Metho dist Church, 1459 Columbia road N.W., 7:30 o’clock tonight. •Refreshments, dances, orchestras, YWCA (USO), Seventeenth and K streets N.W., 7:30 o’clock tonight. Round and square dancing, re freshments, hostesses, games, Serv icemen’s Club No. 1, 306 Ninth street N.W., 8 o’clock tonight. • “Hour of Music,” concert organ and voice, Washington Chapel, Six teenth street at Columbia road N.W., 8 o’clock tonight. •Non-sectarian religious service, social and fellowship hour, refresh ments, hostesses broadcast, John S. Bennett Memorial Service Club (Central Union Mission), 613 C street N.W., 8 o’clock tonight. •Women’s Battalion dance. De partmental Auditorium, Constitution avenue between Twelfth and Four teenth streets N.W., 8 o’clock to night. •Dance, refreshments, entertain ment, St. Margaret’s Church (Epis copal), Connecticut avenue above Florida avenue N.W., 8 o’clock to night. •Foreign films, All Souls’ Church (Unitarian), Fifteenth and Harvard streets N.W., 8 o'clock tonight. •Dancing, games, refreshments, Parish House of St. John’s Episcopal Church. Sixteenth between H and I streets N.W., 8:30 o’clock tonight. •Dance. NCCS (USO), 1814 N street N.W., 8:30 o’clock tonight. •Games, dance, refreshments, or chestra, YMCA (USO», boys’ build ing, 1736 G street N.W., 8:30 o’clock tonight. •Dance, refreshments, Temple Vestry Room, Eighth and I streets N.W., 8:30 o'clock tonight. •Indoor recreation, Reformation Lutheran Church, 212 East Capitol street, 8:30 o’clock tonight. Organ music. 9 o’clock tonight. •Dance, refreshments, hostesses, orchestra. NCCS (USO), 918 Tenth street N.W., 9 o'clock tonight. FOR COLORED SERVICEMEN. •Games, billiards, dancing, YMCA (USO), 1816 Twelfth street N.W., 8 o’clock tonight. •Dance, orchestra, refreshments, hostesses, YWCA, Phyllis Wheatley (USO). 901 Rhode Island avenue N.W., 8 o'clock tonight. •Dancing, games, refreshments, Lichtman Leisure Lodge, 1439 U street N.W., 8 o'clock tonight. •War workers welcome. BOSS and PHElPS ■v > - ' ' ' . • _ *. : REAL ESTATE-LOANS—INSURANCE 1417 K Street N.W. Founded 1907 NAtional 9300 STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Imperial Assurance Company of New York On th* 31st day of December. 1942. as required under Section 647 of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME. Net premiums_ *1,127,278.04 Total interest and rents_ 149,879.11 Other income_ 25,620.81 Total income_11,302,777.96 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses_ *433,599.66 All other disbursements_ 785,205.78 Total disbursements_*1.218,805.44 ASSETS. Bonds and stock*_ $3,622,281.32 Cash in company's office_ 2,120.76 Depoalta in banka_ 642,763.80 Arenta’ balances_ - 112,641.17 Interest and rents due or ac crued _ 27,993.88 All other assets___ 74,702.43 Gross assets ..*4,382,413.36 Deduct assets not admitted.- 21,168.46 Total admitted assets ___$4,361.244.90 LIABILITIES, Net unpaid claims ..._ *142,288.00 Total unearned premiums_ 1,188,568.76 Other liabilities_ 228,024.48 Capital paid up__ 1.000,000.00 Surplus over all liabilities-- 1,802,363.67 Total_w_*4,361,244.90 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR. District of Total Columbia Fire _ - *798.126.71 *1,456.27 Motor vehicles_ 136,601.97 110.00 Earthquake _ 2.038.01 _,_ Inland navigation and transporta tion _ 40.912.15 8 50 Tornado, wind storm, and cy clone P.771.71 41.78 Sprinkler leakage . 4,522.44 w Riot, civil com motion, and ex plosion -_ 8.427.27 31.50 All other extended coverage . 77.912.42 87.32 Aircrali_ 48.966.36 _ *1,127,278.04 *1,735,37 J F CUNNINOHAM. Secretary and Treasurer. W H THOMPSON. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of February. 1943. iSeal.) WM. VOETZ. Notary Public. Queens Co. Clk s No. 7906. Reg. No. 6977. Cert. Filed N Y. Co. Clk. s No. 93. Reg. No 3-V-47. Commission Expires March 30, ’43. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF Tho Commonwoalth Insurant* Co. of Now York of Now York, N: Y. On the Slat day of December. 1042. as required under Section 647 of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME Net premiums $2,220,811.73 Total interest and rents_ 250.312.50 Other income_ 31.665.11 Total income_$2,602,780.34 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders fof losses _ $842,516.23 All other disbursements_ 1,452,355.65 Total disbursements_$2,204,871.88 ASSETS. Bonds and stocks . ... *6,<74,080.69 Cash In comoany a office _ 8.225.95 Deposits in banks_._ 958,157.73 Agents’ balances 431.151.72 Interests and rents due or accrued __ __ _ 30,861.63 All other assets_ 78.833.06 Gross assets . *8,231,310.78 Deduct assets not admitted 36,681.28 Total admitted assets.. $8,194,629.50 LIABILITIES. Net unpaid claims . . $246,021.00 Total unearned premiums_ 2,302,218.36 Other liabilities .... 339,051.05 Capita! paid up 1.000,000.00 Surplus over all liabilities 4.307,339.09 Total _ $8,194,620.50 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURINO THE TEAR. District of Total. Columbia. Fire .$1,381,917.83 $0,137.10 Ocean marine 141,813.67 8.91 Motor vehicles 296,026.30 8,865.58 Earthquake 389.79 1.49 Inland naviga tion and transportation 157.203.1* 1.077.13 Tornado, wind storm and cyclone 32,755.49 346 25 Sprinkler leak age 8.336.01 Riot, civil com motion and explosion 17,032.78 —1.44 All other, ex tended cover age, $170. 061.48: air craft, $1. 203.80: rain. $1,40 3.55: water dam age. $3,667 91 185.336.74 884.73 *2,220,811.73 $16,214.76 R P STOCKHAM. Vic* President. F. W. RUTHERFORD. Asst. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of March, 1943. I Seal ) JOHN C. DROGE, Notary Public. Kings County. Kings Coun ty Clerks No 15(1: Kings County Regis ter's No. 4170: Certificate Filed in New York County. Clerk s No. 420. Register's No 4-D-233. Commission Expires March 30, 1944. STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION OP The CnHamtil huraraact Gmpny li Mur Y»rk, Mur Ytrk On the 31st day of December, 1942. as re quired under Section 647 of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME. Net premiums-9*7,470,162.78 Total interest and rents_ 4.864.065.47 Other income_ 676,349.68 Total income_ 932,900,667.64 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses_914,063.332.95 All other disbursements.. 18.104.22.168 Total disbursements.- 930,170.640.32 ASSETS. Real estate - _ „ *178,IIP.18 Bonds and stocks - - 88,647,446.00 Cash In company s offlet 8,603.60 Deposits in banks -. _ 8.192,851.33 Atenis' balances . 3.499.974.16 Interest and rents due or accrued _' 242,403.66 All other saasii_ 273,414.26 Grosa assets *101.042,712.07 Deduct assets not admitted 621,629.63 Total admitted assets 9100.621.08* 54 LIABILITIES Net unpaid claims $6,122,856.36 Total unearned premiums. 23,666.521.26 Other liabilities ... _ . . 5.097,450.0(1 Capital paid up 6.000,000.06 Surplus over all liabilities . 60,634.264.92 Total_ _ .-*100,621.082.54 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR. District of Total. Columbia. Fire 916.160.921.61 961.911.36 Ocean marine ex. war risks 1.699,723.50 3.689.92 Motor vehicles. 1,933.080.28 7.984 16 Earthquake 62,952.88 _ Inland naviga cation and transporta tion — 1.218,952.96 5,993.07 Tornado, wind storm. and cyclone 996 898.53 1.022 65 Hail — . 813,808.94 _ Sprinkler leak ale _ - 78,947.44 72.88 Riot, civil com motion. and explosion 269.260.24 *89 99 Ocean marine war risks only _ 3.919,837.62 All other_ 1,346,508.90 4 *31.41 Total _927,470,162.79 976,196.44 VERNON HALL. Vice President. J. 8. KING, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of March, 1943. (Seal.) WM. A. WEBER. Notary Public. Notary public. Queens County Clerk's No. 1935. Register's No. 7094. Certifiest« filed in New York County. Clerk's No. 547, Reerister's No. 3-W-311. My commission expires March 30. 1943 —————■—B———■<—■■■MM———IPIPM— STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION OP Th« Iuimci Cmpuy of iht Stale at Pauuylvaaia HU •I Philadelphia, Ptansylvania On the 31st day of December. 1942. as required under Section 047 of the Oode of \ Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME. Net premiums >1.440.977.93 ^^B .w IsMi Total Interest and rants. 179.811 75 ^^B » B Other income__ 10,197.23 Total income . *1.830.980.91 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy- ^H holders for losses >765,032.32 All other disbursements.. . 1 1)37,838 68 ^^^B Total disbursements . II .792.870 88 ASSETS. |H^BB||Bgi Real esiate >180,444.30 Bonds and atocka 3.679.982.77 Cash in company’s offlee_ 300 00 j^B| B ^BS Deposits in banks ^^B Atents’ balances... 247.594 19 ^^B BP ^^B Interest and rents dua or accrued 20.7 66.00 All other assets.. 42.965 02 j Oroas assets >4.484.258.00 Deduct assets not admitted 372.337 79 Total admitted S4.ll 1.920.21 ^^B • ^^B LIABILITIES. Net unpaid elaimi *169.731 00 Total unearned premiums I 5.16.538 62 ^^BHH| Other liabilities . 4.10292.63 HhBEBBBB Capital paid up 1.000,000.00 |^^^BP|BBbk< Surplus over liabill.ies 97 6,358.00 Total _ *4.111.920.21 ± ^Bs« NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DUR1NO THE YEAR Total Dist of Col Pira Motor vehicles 209,323.82 8.547.42 B^HHH Earthquake 1.898.96 ^B ^B o n W trah sports- ^B tlon _ 270 663 68 Tornado, wind storm, and ^■HHHHSHBK eylone _ 28.670 79 11133 BfiTi iTTH! leak ace . 1.016.17 d.oi Riot. com motion, and explosion —4.96 ^B^H other ex- BPB^^B tended caver are _ bom bardment _ 8 11 SAMUIL P. RODGERS. Vice President. ELMER VAN DUSBN. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this , 3rd day of March, 1943. ISral > L. R. RAMSAY. Notary Public My eommisaion expires January 6th. 1947. Fire—Liability—Automobile—Burglary—Boiler Explosion—Plate Glass—Bonds—Marine—Rent NATIONAL 9300 -OFFICERS- —ASSOCIATES— 8 PRESIPENT RALPH K. BENNER MAX VOLLBERG JEROME C. BEALL g VICE PRESIDENTS DANIEL G. DAVIS ^ HELEN L. BRASHEARS RUDOLH JOSE RICHARD E. TITLOW °' L KINNIY HUGH L. MURRELL RICHARD P. RUOfF - GEORGE H. RUTLEY SEC. * TREAS. HOWARD W. SPICKNAIL E. F. GOTTWALS T. TURNER SMITH fr SONS 336-346 INVESTMENT NATIONAL 8756-57-58-59-60 H STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION j OF THE New Hampshire Fire ' m Insurance Company of ^ Manchester, N. H. On the .'list day of December. 1942. fl'L* *s required under Section 647 of the jSS| Code of Lew for the District of in Columbia INCOME. 8888 Net premiums *5.209,872,95 8g|j Total interest and rents- 704.821.37 Other income_ 32,290.14 Total income_ _ *5.946,984.46 s DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses - *2.480.778.41 jjgf All other disbursements 3,324.810.17 B Total disbursements . $5,805,588.58 M ASSETS. I Real estate $308,488.73 SaK Mortgage loans on real estate _ _ 4.297.5(1 9| Bonds and stocks - 15.673.176.94 8888? Cash in company’s office 11.029.95 9S'i Deposits in banks 965.306.80 Agents balances 869,880.18 H Interest and rent, due ” or accrued _ 105,482.91 « All other assets_ 256,171.30 Gross assets $18,193,834.11 9| Deduct assets not ad jHl mitted __ 278,539.93 SB Total admitted assets $17,915,294.18 LIABILITIES 98C Net unpaid claims *835.696.80 Total unearned preml ■ urns __ _ - 5.637.328.57 M Oth*r liabilities _ 645.785.36 H Capital paid up 3.000.000.00 jHt Surplus over all liabili |j ties _ 7.796.483.45 3ft Total_ *17.915.294.18 B NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING H THE YEAR. 8B Total. D of C. H Eire .. *3,863.403.91 *15.170.11 ■E Ocean m a - am rine 94.996.55 _ U Motor ve il hides __ 506,490.41 6.907.01 mm Earthquake _ 2,006.21__ SSf Inland navl flCA gation and t r anspor « tatlon _ 165.206.61 3.081.71 Tornado, windstorm. Si and rvclone 74.478.79 247.79 IS Aircraft 16.547.61 _ SB S p r 1 n k ler ■ leakage 12,456.38 14.73 yB Riot, civil 9R c o m m o - ■I tion. and explosion 62.954.13 71.43 ^| All other, ex SM t e n d e d H coverage 330.575.28 988.67 kB Ocean m a - BB rine (war H risk only). 80.757.07 _ K $5,209,872.95 *26,481.45, 1U M. J. OREXNOUOH, President. K _ GEO. W. SWALLOW. Secretary. ^| Subscribed and sworn to before me S this 19th day of February, 1943. K (Seal.) J. M. LYONS. ^| Notary Public. |§§ My commiaaion expires April 32, 1948. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF Th« Continental Insurance Company of New York, N. Y. On the 31 at dsv of December. 1942. «s required under Section 647 ol the Code o( Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME Net premiums ... $27,470,152.79 Total interest and rents 4.854.055.47 Other income_ 576.349.58 Total Income_$32,900,567.84 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses_$14,063,332.95 All other disbursements 22.214.171.124 Total disbursements $30,170,640.32 ASSETS. Real estate $178,119.18 Bonds and stocks .. 88.64 < .446.00 Cash In company's of fice 8.503.50 Deposits in banks.. 8.192,861.33 Akents’ balances _ 3,499,974.16 Interest and rents due or accrued_ 242.403.66 All other assets__ 273.414.25 Gross assets _. .. $101,042,712.07 Deduct assets not ad mitted _ 521.629.53 Total admitted assets $100,521,082.64 LIABILITIES. Net unpaid claims.. $6,122,856.36 Total unearned pre miums 23.666,521.26 Other liabilities_ 5.097,460.00 Capital paid up 5,000.000.00 Surolus over all liabili ties - 60.834.254.92 Total _ $100,521,082.54 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE YEAR. District of _. ... Total. Columbia. Fire .. $15,150,921.51 $51,911.36 Ocean ma rine, ex. war risks 1,899,723.59 3,889.92 Motor vehi cles _. 1,933.080.28 7.984.16 Earthauake _ 52,952.88 _ Inland navi gation and t r anspor tatlon _ 1,218.962.96 5,993.07 Tornado, windstorm and cy clone - 996.898.53 1.022.66 Hail _ ... 813.808.94 3 p r i n k ler leakage 78.947.44 72.88 Riot, civil commotion and explo sion 259,520.24 289.99 Ocean ma rine war risks only 3,919,837.52 All other... 1.346.508.90 4.281.41 $27,470,152.79 $76,185.44 . VERNON HALL. Vic* President. J. 8. KING. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day ol March, 1943. (Seal.T WM. A. WEBER. Notary Public, Queen* County Clerk’s No. 1985' Register's No. 7094. Certlfl j-ftM filed in New Toil County Clerk’s No- 547. Register's No. 3W311. Commission expires March 30. 1943. STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION or THE Eaglt Indemnity Company of New York On the Slsl day of December. 1942 as required under Section 64; n4, the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. INCOME Net premiums $5.492.474.12 Total interest and rents. 292,081.33 Other income_ 52.836.30 Total income - _ $5,837,371.76 _ DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses _ $2,328,071.95 All other disbursements. 2.847.106.32 Total disbursements.. $5,175,178.27 ASSETS. Bonds and stocks_$9,804,872.91 Deposits in banka_ 814,241.88 Premiums in course of collection .. _ _ 1,226,199.94 Interest and rents due or accrued_ 39.563.37 All other assets_ 204.290.04 dross assets_$11,889,158.14 Deduct assets not ad mitted _ 595.030.25 Total admitted assets.$11,294,127.89 LIABILITIES. Total unpaid claims. ._ $3,946,676.00 Total unearned premiums 2.738.224.70 Other liabilities_ 2,109,227.19 Capittl paid up $1,000,009.00 Surplus over all liabilities 1,600.009.00 Total -$11,294,127.89 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURINd THE YEAR District of Total. Columbia. Accident_ $106,546.65 $962.33 Health .. 12,170.24 135.96 Auto liability 1,749,417.26 4,761.17 Liability other than auto 803.081.01 2,205.72 W o r k m en's c o mpensa tlon _ 1.343,009.11 10.943.87 Fidelity_ 132.897.18 2.824.41 Surety _ 102.673.49 6.746.94 Plate glass .. 112,761.67 191.10 Burglary and theft - _ 356,966.25 2.152.73 Stearn boiler. 101,276.69 259.83 Machinery 42.648.63 180.63 Auto property damage 559,623.76 2.150.89 Auto collision 11.997.68 55.94 Property dam age and col lision other than auto. 56,961 23 227.49 664.67 . ... Totals_$6,492,474.12 $32,798410 LE. j. O'NEILL. President. S. PERRYMAN, Secretary, bscribed and sworn to before m* this 26th day of February. 1943. Certificate Sled In New York Co CUc. No. 24, Register No. 4Y14. Com mission expiree March 30. 1944. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF The Commonwealth Insurance Co. et New Yerk of New Yerk, N. Y. On the 31st day of December. 1947. as required under Section 647 of the Code of Lew for tbe District of Columbia. INCOME. Net premiums $2.720.811.73 Total interest and rents 250.312.50 Other income_ 31.666.11 Total income- _ $2,602,789.34 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid policy holders for losses $842,516.23 All other disbursements. 1.462,355.65 Total disbursements-. $2,294,871,88 ASSETS. Bonds and stocks _ $6,7 74,080,69 Cash in company’s office 8,225.95 Deposits in banks-. 958.157.73 Agents’ balances .. 431.151.72 Interest and rents due or accrued _ _ 30.861.63 All other asseta_ 28.833.06 Gross assets. _ $8,231,310.78 Deduct assets not ad mitted _ 36.681.28 Total admitted asaets. $8,194,629.50 LIABILITIXfl. Net unpaid claims ... . $246,021.00 Total unearned premiums 2,302.218.36 Other liabilities_ 339.061.05 Capital paid up _. 1.000,000.00 Surplus over all liabili ties _, 4,307.339.09 Total _ _ $8,194,629.50 NET PREMIUMS WRITTEN DURING THE TEAR. District of Total. Columbia. Fire _ $1,381,917.83 $9,132.10 Ocean marine 141.813.87 8.91 Motor vehlclea 296,026.30 3,865.58 Earthquake 389.79 1.49 Inland navi gation and t ransporta tion _ 157.203.1S 1.977.13 T o r n a d o , w 1 ndatorm and cyclone 32.766.49 346.28 Sprinkler leakage 8.336.01 _ Riot, civil c o mmotion and explo sion 17.032.78 1.44 All other: Ex tended cov e r a g e. $1 79.061. - Vi 35X38; doalwi: wa ter dam age. *3. 067.91 — - 188.336.74 884.73 S2.3S0,811.78 816,314.78 J1P R^aUlent. r. W. RUTHERFORD, Secretary. .before me nty7 Mew a&g STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Picdmcnt Fire Insurance Cempany af Marik Caralina On the 31 it day of December 1042. e« required under Section ft*7 of the Code of Law for the District of Columbia. income. Net premiums _>2.071,935.IS Total interest and rents. 110,367.43 Other Income_ 9.296.38 Total income_>2,191,608.87 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount paid pollcv holders for losses_>1.026,566.56 All other disbursements 654.566.66 Total disbursements . >1,881,131.32 ASSETS Real estate _ _ >164,867.66 Mortcase loans on real estate_ _ 2,500.00 Bonds end stocks_ . 2.781,161.19 Cash in company'! of fice _ _ 100.00 Deposits in banks_ 468.985.05 Agents’ balances_ 800,105.09 Interest end rente due or accrued_ 12,721.46 All other assets_ 26,083.10 Gross assets_ >3,746,024.44 Deduct aeeets net ad mitted _ 119.783 90 Total admitted assets >3.626.240.54 LIABILITIES. Net unpaid elaims_ >288.984.64 Total unearned pre miums _ 1,567.876.45 Other liabilities_ 67,892.66 Capital paid op_ 1,000.000.00 Surplus over all liabilities 701.486.00 Total ___>8.626,240.84 NET PRWXUMS WRITTEN DURING THE TEAR. District of Total. Columbia. Fire_ ..>1.015,898.21 >1.081.71 Ocean Marine. war risk only 47.684.28 - Ocean Marine, Moto/ vehicles. MmSt 882 89 Earthquake_ 2,336.00 - Inland naviga tion and tion 148.402.02 150.05 Tornado, wind itorn and eT--::.: :::::: eSaklwloak; 4|100.58 . Riot, civil com motion and ... JEST *1:18 SS.071.MS.19 SS.10S.S9 STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE City »f N«w York Insuraneo Company of Now York, N. Y. Chi the 31 at day of December, 1942, *• reeuired under Section 647 of the Code of Law for the District of Co lumbia. INCOME. Net premiums *2.090,1.11.81 Total interest and rents 270.867.88 Other income_ *2,480.90 Total incoma . *2,403,460.69 DISBURSEMENTS. Net amount, paid policy holder* for losses *1.607.162 61 All other disbursements 1.2126.96.36.199 Total disbursements._ *2,865.383.04 ASSETS. Bonds and stocks 188.8.131.522.18 Cash in company’s offlet 9.641 94 Deposits in hanks *11.799.28 Atents’ balancta 18.755.44 Interest and rents due or accrued ... _ 19.496.on All other assets_ 2.860.67 Gross assets..._ *5.357.265.61 Deduct assets not ad mitted _ *212,003.74 Total admitted aeeets.*5,146,251.87 LIABILITIES Net unpaid claims __ *636,236 00 Total unearned premium* 2,055„176.Oo Other liabilities_ 91,116.3.1 Capital psld up 1,500.000.00 Surplus oyer all liabilities 962.523 54 Total _ *5,145.251.87 NST PREMIUMS^ JpRITTBN DURING District of Total. Columbia. Hr* .. *1,341,578.35 f3.067.98 Ocean marine (Ex war risk) 24.1.19 10 . Motor vehtclaa *89,916.21 1.848.95 ■arthauaka 4,856.14 _ Inland navtca tlen and transport a • tioa . 88.866.81 819.88 Tornado, wlnd itorm. and Uggno _ 94,788.48 16.76 laakat# _ 8.810.86 16.89 Riot. clTll commotio n . and explo alon .. . 97,268.42 - All other ex tended eov iriif md rain 186.783.83 810.90 Ocean marine a&r™ 86.113.59 _ 82.089,173.86 *6,088.83 *• f- ™vE?sas»t. WALTER F. BETER. Booratary. •ubacrlbed and aworn to, befor* ma “MS? “MiiK'ISbABS. No. 3-J-52. Commlasion axslres March 80. 1943.