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Division of Wartime Insurance-Continued UNDERWRITING STATEMENT OF INSURANCE WRITTEN FROM INCEPTION TO JUNE 30, 1944

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Commercial insurance

underwritten, pursuant to
sec. 221 (a) (2) of Public

Law 5.23
War risk, hull

$39, 149, 308.00 $2,006, 042.61
War risk, crew

175, 867, 047.50 688, 833. 02
Facultative, cargo

194, 349, 777.942, 832, 333.75
Warship, open cargo. 2,966, 873, 543. 04 47, 319, 753.92
Coast Guard, crew

55, 000.00

360.00 Warship, repair

60, 287.00 Armed forces.

125, 830, 880.00

44.00
Total..

3, 502. 125, 556 49 52, 907, 654. 30
Net credit
Other commercial insur.

ance underwritten
War risk, hull

1,030, 940, 753. 1620, 650, 533. 11
War risk, crew

196, 470, 395. 84 1, 492, 026, 27
Facultative, cargo.

440, 794, 297.34 24, 263, 636.80
Warship, open cargo.

43, 754, 122. 47 1, 826, 267.96
Warship, tug

40, 277. 36
Marine reinsurance, hull. 194, 877,986,00 246, 560.29
Total..

1, 906, 837. 554.81 48, 519. 301. 79
Net debit.

Total commercial 5, 408, 963, 111.29 101, 426, 956. 09
Net credit.
Insurance covering char-

tered and requisitioned
vessels and crews of
Government-owned Ves-
sels, etc.

Combined total... 7.978, 439, 584,00 380, 379, 946.41
Grand total

13, 385, 102, 0176. 29 482,006, 902.50 Grand total net

10, 430.74 29, 972, 397.36 9, 321, 864.25 20, 000 992, 070. 35

454, 955. 92
14,836420, 917, 103.71

3, 346, 533.09
19, 346. 61 125, 971. 60

1, 700, 296. 36
10,000
21, 450.00

18, 827. 36
12, 902.6; 121, 799.72

124, 760.57
30.000 57, 516.4152, 15C, 792. 74 9.321, 864.25 5. 645, 373.30

3,676, 490.95
630,001, 154, 301.3! 92, 370, 749. 47 13.693, 141.96 22, 604, 348.58

8,911, 206.62

380, 579, 946. 41 185, 831, 107.96 147,053, 959.72 7.500.000 53. 541.48340, 438. 669. 17

40, 141, 277.24 145.000 481, 861, 902.50 264, 539, 843.86 158.931. 731.95 8, 130. 0001, 207. 842. 83 132, 809, 418.64 13. 693. 141.96 62. 745, 625. 82

49,052, 483.86

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Mr. WIGGLESWORTH. The reason I asked my original question was that I understand the law requires a detailed statement annually, and I have never happened to see anything which, in my judgment, was a detailed statement. Admiral Land. That is available, and we will put it in the record, (The statement referred to is as follows:)

Division of Wartime Insurance-Profit and loss statement

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Mr. WIGGLESWORTH. You say that the total number of ships insured is how many?

Admiral LAND. There are 874. All chartered ships are insured. Mr. WIGGLESWORTH. In the past year?

Admiral LAND. No; that is the total. We have not broken it down by years. We can do that for you if you want to have it, and give it to you for the past year.

Mr. WiGGLESWORTH. How many of those would have been insured on a basis other than the basis of $56.25 per dead-weight ton?

Admiral LAND. It depends on the type of ship. This rate would be the value for the standard 20-year-old 10-knot cargo ship or tanker, which would be the largest portion provided for, and the others are different types and they take a different value.

Mr. WIGGLESWORTH. And the majority would be based on the basic rate?

Admiral LAND. Yes.

DATA ON VESSELS UNDER CHARTER TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Mr. WIGGLESWORTH. Could we have a table that would show for the other ships the age, tonnage, coverage, and payments, if any?

Admiral LAND. Yes; we could do that. (The statement of values is as follows:)

Vessels under charter time and bareboat passenger dry cargo and tankers to War

Shipping Administration as of Apr. 1, 1945, showing year built, name of vessel. dead-weight tons, and valuation

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EXPLANATION OF CODE

A-Valued at 56.25 per dead-weight ton
B-Valued at less than 56.25 per dead-weight ton
(-Value not determined
JC-Just compensation

NC-No charter
VESSELS UNDER BAREBOAT CHARTER TO THE WAR SHIPPING ADMINISTRATION

(All vessels under United States registry unless otherwise indicated]

Deadweight tons

Year Sym- Value

Vessels

Owners

built bol

$207,05)

1919
1909
1918

B
JO
JO

JO
JC
JC

2,698, 125

A, M. Baxter
Abangarez.
Absaroka
Acadia (passenger)
Achilles
Adabelle Lykes (Cl-A)
Afoundria (C-2)
African Dawn.
African Sun
Agwidale
Agwiprince.
Agwistar
Alabaman
Alamo .
Alaska (passenger)
Alcoa Partner (C1-B) (now

Auriga)
Alcoa Patriot (CH-B).
Alcoa Polaris (CI-B)
Aleutian (passenger)
Algic.
Algonquin (passenger).
Alvarado..
American Builder
American Fisher (tanker).

4, 200 Horace X. Baxter Steamship Co.
4, 590 United Fruit Steamship Corporation
8, 538 Pope & Talbot, Inc. (McCormick Steam-

ship division).
2, 500 Eastern Steamship Lines, Inc.
14, 396 American Steamship Co., Inc
7, 235

Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc.
10,875

Waterman Steamship Corporation
8, 887 American South African Line
9, 193 do
7, 415 Agwilines, Inc
8, 958 New York & Cuba Mail Steamship Co
7, 410 do
10,380 American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
4, 220 Agwilines, Inc
2, 420

Alaska Steamship Co.
9, 075 Alcoa Steamship Co., Inc.
9,395 do
8,958 do
3, 210 Alaska Steamship Co.
8,830 Seas Shipping Co., Inc.
2,800 Agwilines, Inc.
2, 500 Moore Mill & Lumber Co.
9, 140 United States Lines Co.
7, 640 | First National Oil Corporation.

1932
1915
1942
1943
1942
1942
1918
1941
1919
1921
1919
1923
1943

JO
JO
JO
JC
A
A
JO
JC
JC

416.812
583

1941
1942
1906
1920
1926
1914
1941
1912

JO
JC
JC
JC
JC
JC
JO
JC

Vessels under charter time and bareboat passenger dry cargo and tankers to War

Shipping Administration as of Apr. 1, 1945, showing year built, name of vessel, dead-weight tons, and valuation Continued VESSELS UNDER BAREBOAT CHARTER TO THE WAR SHIPPING ADMINISTRATION

Continued

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Tarazed.) City of Dallas

4,190 Southern Steamship Co. City of Philadelphia... 4, 440 do Chipana ..

5, 100

States Marine Corporation City of Fort Worth

3, 554 Southern Steamship Co. City of Houston

4, 229 do City of Omaha

9, 841 Lykes Bros. Steamship Co. Coast Shipper

5, 400 Coastwise (Pacific Far East) Line. Colabee

8, 930 Illinois Atlantic Corporation Coloredo.

4, 250 Agwilines, Inc Columbia (passenger)

2, 700 Alaska Steamship Co. Contessa (Honduran reg. 4, 500 Standard Fruit Co... istry). Cordera (passenger). 1, 930 Alaska Steamship Co.

4,675 New York & Puerto Rico Steamship Co. 72467-45- -24

214, 174
220, 221

1919
1919
1920
1919
1919
1920
1920
1920
1920
1907
1930

JC
B

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212, 688 212, 688 553, 500 302, 625

JC
JC
JC
JC

Corosol.

1912
1911

JC
JC

Vessels under charter time and bareboat passenger dry cargo and tankers to War

Shipping Administration as of Apr. 1, 1945, showing year built, name of vessel,

dead-weight tons, and valuationContinued VESSELS UNDER BAREBOAT CHARTER TO THE WAR SHIPPING ADMINISTRATION

Continued

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295, 212 2,628, 356

357, 075 490, 581 378, 844

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707,560 2, 825, 605 2,807,490

583, 875 464, 138

618, 188

2,929, 751 2,929, 190 227,813 609,750

652, 500 286, 875

490,000

2,642, 709

1 850

9,500 American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.. Helen

4,703 A. H. Bull Steamship Co., Inc. Henry S. Grove.

9, 412 American South African Line. 1 Gross.

553, 410 506, 397 561, 136

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