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CASUALTY INSURANCE IN GREAT BRITAIN-Continued.

NAME OF COMPANY.

Year

Net
Ending. Premiums.

EXPENDITURE.

Accident

Fund Net Expenses Exclusive Claims of Manage- of Capital Paid.

ment.

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£ 27,169 15.235

8,588 26,120

158

516 46,752

5,479 189,016

£ 10,530

30 3,677 11,465

66

230 20,058

2,241 58,932

38

638 415,105 3.952

104 11,045

5,925 12,087 1,558

167

2,348 1,167,091 13,172

238 14,785 25.733 27,859

3,183 246,365

522

& 13,841

10g 4,020 8,530

87

194 20,645

2,908 105,640

75 Nil. 828,486 10,912

107 2,061 15.303 7,255

1,507 134,287

236 18,057 37,165 23,504 8,201

14 92,548 3,203 5,946 8,119 7,007 2,262

35 16,859

61

240 20,725

153

67.553

National Burglary
National Guarantee and Suretyship.
National of Ireland..
National Union.....
Nelson and District Plate Glass..
North of Scotland Plate Glass
Northern Accident.
Northern Plate Glass...
Norwich and London Accident.
Norwich Mutual Plaie Glass....
Nurserymens and Market Gardeners Hailstorm..
Ocean Accident and Guarantee..
Patriotic...
Pioneer.
Profits and Income..
Provident Clerks Accident.
Provident Clerks Guarantee.
Provident Plate Glass..
Railway Passengers.
Renfrewshire Glass.
Rock Life...
Royal Exchange.
Scottish Accident..
Scottish Boiler....
St. Albans Plate Glass.
Scottish Employers.
Scottish Life....
Scottish Live Stock.
Scottish Metropolitan..
Scottish Plate Glass.
Scottish Temperance..
Shipley and District Plate Glass.
Sickness, Accident and Life...
South End Tradesmeos Plate Glass.
South of Scotland Woolen Manufacturers.
Sun Life......
Traders Accident..
Ulster Plate Glass...
United Legal Indemnity.
Vulcan Boiler....
Wakefield Mutual Plate Glass.
Windsor and Eton Plate Glass.
Wolverhampton Plate Glass.
Yarmouth Plate Glass.....
Yorkshire...

33.882

1902 1903 1902 1902 1902 1903 1902 1901 1903 1903 1903 1902 1902 1903 1902 1902 1903 1902 1902 1903 1902 1902 1902 1902 1903 1902 1902 1903 1902 1900 1902 1903 1899 1902 1903 1902 1901 1896 1903 1902 1901 1903 1902 1899 1902

187 11,963 20,969 23,055 5.898

25,168

138

641 45.56o

3,677 206,953

177 7.381 689,253

601

180 2,500 66,825 74,754

985 206,035

264 18,320 36,075 60.518 9,463

148 81,131 19,769

1,682 10,073

4,234 14,151

225 75,787

112 1,070 278,290

184

356 3, 108 37,890

156 100 207

106 5,062

72,004
52,976
18,451

51
110,960

7,043 9.906 19.904 13,216 5,291

63 39,787

169

492 114,102

414 1,160

9,020 141,539

20

35,118
5,637
3,659
10,436
5,649
2,034

32
13,874

52

58 20,817

165

498 4,805 528 71 26 241

24 5,922

580

162

114 444

107 17,418

1,146
129
83
35
158

44
9,953

ACTUARIAL SOCIETIES IN GREAT BRITAIN.

ACTUARIES' CLUB. Consisting of the combination in 1899 of the Actuaries Club (1848)_and the Institute of Actuaries Club (1855); chairman, Charles Daniel Higman; honorary treasurer, Ernest Woods; honorary secretary, Geoffrey Marks.

ASSOCIATED SCOTTISH LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICES. Established 1840. Object-The advancement of the business of life assurance in Scotland, by promoting uniformity of practice among the officers in matters of general administration, by watching over all legislative measures bearing upon life assurance, with a view to joint action in regard to them, and by affording opportunities for consultation and co-operation on all matters affecting the common interests of the offices. Chairman, J. Graham Watson; hon. secretary, Philip R. D. Maclagan, F. R. S. E., Edinburgh.

BIRMINGHAM INSURANCE INSTITUTE. Founded 1887. Objects-(1) The reading of papers and delivering of lectures by members, or experts who not members, upon subjects connecte with insurance business generally. (2) The discussion of all questions relating to such business. (3) The promotion of social intercourse amongst members of the profession in Birmingham and district. Ordinary general meetings are held on the last Friday in

each month, from October to March, both inclusive. The annual general meeting is held at the be:

; honorary treasurer, A. R. Winn; honorary secretary, Alexander Latta; librarian, F. Č. W. Cox.

EDINBURGH INSURANCE CHESS CLUB.

(Affiliated with the Scottish Chess Association.) Arrangements have been made with the Philosophical Chess Club whereby the club will meet every Monday and Friday during the season, extending from October 1 to April 1, between the hours of 7 and 11 p. m. Club tournaments, matches with other clubs and inter-office matches will be held during the season. The club is open to members of the insurance profession and of the faculty of actuaries in Scotland. Gentlemen desirous of joining are requested to communicate with the secretary, at 67 George Street. Club rooms-Philosophical Institution, 4 Queen Street, Edinburgh. President, D. Y. Mills; match captain, « ex. Fraser; honorary secretary and treasurer, H. E. Smith.

FACULTY OF ACTUARIES IN SCOTLAND. Constituted 1856. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1868. Hall, 24 George Street, Edinburgh. President, Niel B. Gunn; vice-presidents, Geo. M. Low, F. R. S. E., David Deuchar and A. H. Turnbull; honorary secretary, I. J. M'Lauchlan; honorary treasurer, Wm. G. Walton; council, Geo. C. Stenhouse, James Chatham, Gordon Douglas, Lewis P. Orr, J. M. Warden, James Watt, A. E. Sprague and W. S. Nicoll; Arch. Hewat, Thomas Kyd, John Lamb, Wm. A. Sim, also ex-officio, the president, vicepresidents, hon. secretary and hon. treasurer; secretary, Vivian Marr, 22 George Street, Edinburgh. Honorary Fellows: H. Blackburn, M. A.; F. Fuller, M. A., LL.D.; D. Clunie Gregor and T. B. Sprague, M. A., LL.D.

FEDERATION OF INSURANCE INSTITUTES OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

Instituted March 12, 1897. President, David Deuchar; honorary treasurer, Thomas A. Bentley; secretary, Chas. Stevenson,'9 Albert Square, Manchester; executive consists of two representatives each from the Federated Institutes; educational committee consists of the examiners elected annually by conference; publication committee, two representatives from the Institute of Birmingham, and two from the Insurance and Actuarial Society of Glasgow.

INSTITUTE OF ACTUARIES. Founded 1848. Incorporated by Royal_Charter 1884. Staple Inn, Holborn, W. C. President, William Hughes; vice-presidents, Arthur F. Burridge, Thomas G. Ć. Browne, Geo. King, Ernest Woods; treasurer, Henry Cockburn; honorary secretaries, Geo. Todd, Frederick Schooling; honorary librarians, Geoffrey Marks, Henry W. Andras; auditors, Bernard Woods, Henry E. Wilson, Wm. M. Monilaws; honorary editor of the Journal, George King; honorary sub-editor, Henry J. Baker; assistant secretary, s. H. Jarvis; honorary member, Lieut.-Col. W. H. Oakes, Sevenoaks. Note-Persons intending to study should apply to the assistant secretary.

INSURANCE AND ACTUARIAL SOCIETY OF GLASGOW. Established 1881. Objects (1) The promotion of the study of the principles of fire and life assurance and of assurance against other contingencies. (2) The consideration of all subjects to which the doctrine of probabilities may be applied, as well as the best methods of collecting and applying statistics. (3) The consideration of questions bearing on social science or political economy. (4) The formation of a library of professional works for the use of the members. President, James Stirling; vice-presidents, A. K. Rodger, N. B. Gunn and Henry G. Andrews; honorary treasurer, W. C. Rankin; honorary secretary, Stewart Lawrie; auditor, W. W. Naismith.

INSURANCE ASSOCIATION OF MANCHESTER. Objects—To encourage the delivery of essays and lectures upon subjects connected with insurance, and discussion thereon; of organizing visits of inspection, and of promoting social intercourse amongst those connected with insurance companies. President, T. B. Willer; vice-presidents, J. H. Bagshaw, Charles F. Brenan, G. L. Lambert, E. Rome, W. H. Hoyle and A. H. Heal; honorary treasurer, A. M. Allen; honorary secretary, W. H. Bibby.

INSURANCE CHESS CLUB. Established 1893. Objects—The promotion of chess amongst insurance men by, private play, by matches between offices, and by matches with other clubs. The club was also entered (for 1903-1904) in the “A” division of the London Chess League. The club meets on Mondays and Thursdays, after 4.30 D. m., from October to April, at the “Cabin,” 6 Old Jersey, E. C. President, G. H. Ryan; honorary treasurer, G. C. Morant; honorary secretary, G. S. Vinen; auditors, R. Masters and J. S. Runtz.

INSURANCE CLERKS ORPHANAGE. Incorporated July, 1902, under the Companies acts, 1862 to 1900. The liability of each member is limited to 58. The objects for which the institution' is established are: To maintain and educate children of deceased persons who were or had been at or before the time of their death officers, or clerks of companies, or associations, carrying on the business of insurance in the United Kingdom, and children of persons who from time to iime are or have been officers, or clerks of such companies, or associations, but who from physical or mental infirmity are unable to provide for their families. The education provided by the Institution shall include biblical teaching, but the Institution shall be unsectarian. To provide the children (as part of their maintenance) with all necessary and proper clothing, board, lodging and medicine and medical and surgical attendance, appliances, nursing and comforts. Founder, Ålbert D. Brookes, Clifton, Bristol. President, The Right Honorable Lord Rothschild, G.C. N.O.; general committee, Samuel J. Pipkin, chairman; E. H. Holt, deputy chairman; solicitors, Messrs. Gard, Rook & Winterbotham, 2 Gresham buildings, Basinghall Street, E. C.; bankers, London and County Bank, Lombard Street, E. C.; honorary auditors, Messrs. Price, 'Waterhouse & Co., Fred. erick's Place, Old Jewry, E. C.; office, ii Queen Street, Cheapside, London, E. C.; secretary, R. C. Cole

. Members and subscribers may commence their annual subscriptions on any of the following dates, viz.; February 1, May August 1 or November 1, and all future subscriptions will be due on the date so selected. Five shillings annually qualifies for membership, £3 3s. in one sum qualifies for

INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF BRISTOL. Objects-Social intercourse amongst members and the cultivation of knowledge on insurance subjects. President, James Bolton; vice-presidents, B. A. Carter, J. Mason Guttridge, W. J. Y. Crowe, Geo. C. Glasson; past presidents, Henry L. Riseley, Albert D. Brookes, W. Wilkes Woodhill, s. G. Moxey, Graham 'H. Wills; honorary treasurer, J. M. Guttridge; honorary' secretary, Wm. Pearce Tapp, Jr.; assistant secretary, H. W. Cary.

life membership.

INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF IRELAND. Dublin. Objects-(1) The promotion of the study of the principles of fire and life assurance, and of assurance against other contingencies. (2) The consideration of all subjects to which the doctrine of probabilities may be applied, as well as the best methods of collecting and applying statistics. (3) An organization for any purpose necessary for the requirements of the profession. (4) The promotion of a good understanding amongst the members of the insurance profession in Ireland. President, Henry C. Poulter; vice-presidents C. Chevalier Cream, Bernard H. O'Reilly, C. W. Fiennes; honorary treasurer, A. H. Fletcher; honorary secretary, W. A. McConnell; honorary librarian, Pat. B. Carphin.

INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF MANCHESTER. President, Thomas A. Bentley; vice-presidents, J. London, R. McConnell, James Ostler; honorary secretary, H. M. Bentley; treasurer, Chas. Hobbins.

THE INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. Founded 1896. Objects—(1) The reading of papers and the delivery of lectures by members, or experts not members, upon subjects connected with insurance business generally. (2) The discussion of all questions relating thereto. (3) The formation of a library for the use of members. (4) The promotion of social intercourse amongst the members. President, James Hopper; vice-presidents, H. P. Blunt; F. W. Pauton, C. Shutt and J. S. Waterstone; honorary treasurer, H. A. Brownfoot; honorary secretary, J. H. Chapman; honorary librarian, H. P. Blunt.

INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF YORKSHIRE. Objects—The delivery of lectures on subjects connected with insurance business, the discussion of questions relating thereto, and generally, the promotion of social intercourse amongst the members of the insurance profession in Yorkshire. Meetings-Philosophical House, Park Row, Leeds. President, P. L. Newman; ex-presidents, ex-officio members of council, T. S. Riley, James Wardle, J. B. Roberts, L. W. Wooten and c. M. Tate; vice-presidents, J. P. Eddison, F. R. Hardingam, D. M. Linley, F. J. Allen, A. H. Cowpe and W. Holbrook; honorary treasurer, W. Riley; honorary librarian, W. Á Holroyd; honorary secretary, Edward Bagshaw; honorary auditors, F. Atterton, T. 'Brown.

INSURANCE SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH. Established 1901. President, David Deuchar; vice-presidents, Alexander Duncan, P. R. D. Maclagan, F.R.S.E.; David Paulin, F.R.S.E.; Henry Brown; treasurer, D. M. Cameron; secretary, Robert Taylor.

LIFE ASSURANCE MEDICAL OFFICERS' ASSOCIATION.' Object—The discussion of the Medical aspect of subjects connected with life assurance, with a view to obtaining increased information and greater unity of opinionPresident, Sir Dyce Duckworth; vice: presidents, Hector Mackenzie, R. Hington Fox; treasurer, G. A. Heron; secretaries, A. T. Davies and F. Parkes Weber

THE LIFE OFFICES' ASSOCIATION. Established March 18, 1889. Object-The advancement of the business and the protection of the interests of life assurance, so far as can be secured by consultation and combined action upon questions appertaining to the interests common to life offices. The association is open to companies having their head offices in Great Britain or Ireland, or in any colony or dependency of the Empire, and making returns under the life assurance companies' acts. Chairman, 'G. H. Ryan; deputy chairman, H. Cockburn; honorary secretary and treasurer, J. Charles Wardrop.

NORWICH INSURANCE INSTITUTE. Founded 1886. Secretaries' Office, 7 Surrey Street, Norwich. Patrons, Major F. Astley Cubitt, S. Gurney Buxton; president, C. A Bathurst Bignold; vice-presidents, A. R. Anderson, J. F. Cubitt, H. D. Curnick, F. Dalton, J. J. W. Deuchar, A. Dixon, Geo. Gibb, J. Montgomery Hare, Henri De Heyn, J. B. Laidlaw, John Large, W. H. Lowden, C. E. Noverre, Hugh Panton, F. Oddin Taylor, JI. Ward, James Watson, Joseph Watson; treasurer, C. R. Quinton; auditor, L. B. Fugi; librarian, W. T. Blazeby; curator, G. 0. Clark; assistant curator, F. L Hall; microscopist and photographer, G. Reeve; secretary, E. B. Corsbie; assistant secretary, C. S. Weston.

NOTTINGHAM INSURANCE INSTITUTE. Founded 1898. Objects-The reading of papers and delivery of lectures upon subjects connected with insurance business generally, the discussion of all questions relating thereto, and the promotion of social intercourse amongst the members of the profession in Nottingham and district. President, R. H. Russell; vice-president, W. G. Neish; honorary secretary, T. B. Redgate; honorary treasurer, James Haslam

REGISTRY OF FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. No. 28 Abingdon Street, Westminster, S. W. Chief registrar, E. W. Brabrook, F.S.A.; assistant registrar, J. Duncan S. Sim; chief clerk, George Brown; actuarial clerk, A. M. Leveaux.

ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY. No. 9 Adelphi Terrace, Strand, W. C., London. Honorary president, H. R. H. The Prince of Wales, K. G.; honorary vice-presidents (having filled the office of president, The Right Hon. George Shaw-Lefevor, The Right Hon. Lord Brassey, K.C.B.; Sir Robert Giffen, K.C.B.; LL.D., F.R.S.; The Right Hon. Viscount "Goschen, F.R.S.; Charles Booth, D.Sc., F.R.S.; Sir Alfred Edmund Bateman, K.C.M.G.; The Right Hon. H. Courtney, M.A., M.P.; The Right Hon. Sir Fowler, G.C.S.I., M.P. The Right Hon. Lord Avebury; president, Major Patrick George Craigie, C.B.;, vice-presidents, E W. Brabrook, C.B.; Prof. F. Y. Edgeworth, M.A., D.C.L.; Sir Francis S. Powell, Bart., M.P.; The Right Hon. Earl of Verulam; bankers, Messrs. Drummond, Charing Cross, S. W., London; honorary secretaries, J. A. Baines, C. S. I. (and foreign); N. A. Humphreys, R. H. Rew; treasurer, R. Biddulph Martin; secretary and editor of the Journal, Benedict W. Ginsburg, M.A., LL.D.; chief clerk and librarian, John A. P. Mackenzie.

TOTAL SUMS INSURED AND FUNDS OF BRITISH LIFE

OFFICES.

Date.

NAME.

Valuation

Year.

Insurance in

Force.

Life Fund at
Same Date.

£616,978

} £128,163

359,168

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626,754

1898 1898 1898 1899 1898 1902 1901 1902 1902 1902 1902 1902 1899 1901 1901 1899 1897 1902 1898 1902 1900 1899 1899 1902 1902 1900 1899 IGOI 1899 1899 1899 1901

1901 1898 1902

1883 Abstainers and General (Ordinary): 1883 Abstainers and General (Industrial). 1824

Alliance ....... 1808 Atlas.. 1854 British Equitable .

British Homes.. 1863 British Legal. 1866 British Workmans and General (Ordinary). 1866 British Workmans and General (Industrial). 1833 Caledonian..

Century Life.

Citizens 1838 City of Glasgow 1829 Clergy Mutual.. 1824

Clerical, Medical and General. 1873 Colonial Mutual.. 1861 Commercial Union.. 1807 Eagle.. 1823

Economic 1823 Edinburgh 1839 English and Scottish Law 1702 Equitable... 1844 Equity and Law. 1832 Friends Provident.. 1837 General... 1848 Gresham.. 1821 Guardian.. 1836 Hand-in-Hand 1823 Law Life... 1854 Law Union and Crown (L. U. and C.)..

Law Union and Crown (Crown).. 1836 Legal and General.... 1838 Life Association of Scotland. 1836 Liverpool and London and Globe.. 1862 London and Lancashire.. 1720 London Assurance.. 1869 London and Manchester (Industrial). 1881 London, Edinburgh and Glasgow (Ordinary).. 1881 London, Edinburgh and Glasgow (Industrial). 1806 London Life Association 1852 Marine and General... 1867 Methodist and General.. 1835 Metropolitan...

Mutual Life of Australia.

National Mutual of Australia. 1830 National Mutual.. 1822 National of Ireland. 1835 National Provident. 1823 North British and Mercantile. 1836 Northern 1808 Norwich Union..

Patriotic ... 1864 Pearl (Ordinary and Industrial). 1797 Pelican and British Empire (Pelican) 1891 Pioneer.. 1806 Provident.. 1840 Provident Clerks.. 1889 Provident Free Home. 1848 Prudential (Ordinary). 1848 Prudential (Industrial). 1864 Refuge (Ordinary). 1806

Rock 1845 Royal. 1720 Royal Exchange 1864 Sceptre... 1826 Scottish Amicable.. 1831 Scottish Equitable. 1865 Scottish Imperial. 1881 Scottish Life.. 1876 Scottish Metropolitan. 1837 Scottish Provident ...

10,328,401
4,948,798
4,857,138

477,886
3,281,273
2,339,577
11,708,326
6,969,669

547.711 4,754,737 7,168,711 9,066,709 9,812,539 10,779.926 6,324,094 5,508,350 9,628,976 9,376,017 6,822,545 7,537,145 9,189,265 6,448,362 5,800,974 24,344,344 7,165,600 6,352,523 9,346,453 6,936,006 4,640,615 10,978,825 14,499,141 8,173,966 7,438,734 5,283,856 3,434,403

948,128 6,695,895 10,213,841 2,843,498 1,354,601 5,263,183 5,169,234 12,024,257 6,413,628

309,096 13,206,616 25,335,869

8,475,758 15,444,209

594,480 18,104,647 3,896,ĐỐI

446,846 7.931,379 5,644,022 2,030,787 75,794,277 146,752,651

8,022,465 6,136,912 15.325,827 7,055,923 2,282,332 8,479,521 12,757,609

1900 1902 1900 1900 1901 1899 1897 1900 1899 1901 1898 1902 1902 1900 1900 1901

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2,491,989 4,212,754 3,833.914 2,350,459 2,029,879 2,401,819 3.996,933 3,747,342 2,312,648 4,681,088 3,546,992 3,014,890 1,908,699 7.513,945 3,024,524 1,588,606 4,065,104 1,756,628 2,193.705 3,711,191 4.982,006 5,135,817 1,742,871 2,187,480

228,784

313,054 4,507,257 995,538

28,254 2,028,924 1,359,362 3,265,126 2,600,428

137.757 5.881,792 11.326,704 3,388,554 4,299.253

193,612 1,164,412 1,299,418

15.447 3,330,830 2,234,258

381,528 24,977,480 19,615,877 1,742,602 2,328,788 6,076,470 2,667,800

1,871,875 2,131,384 2,022,494 25,173,209

763,179 4,202,028 4,801,240

546,027 593,981

368,646 12,024.211

1824

1899

1900 1900 1902 1902 1902 1898 1902 1902 1902 1892 1899 1900 1898 1900 1903 1900 1900 1898 1901

TOTAL SUMS INSURED AND FUNDS OF BRITISH LIFE OFFICES-Continued.

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DATE OF LATEST VALUATION.

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Name and Date of Year Ending Last
Valuation Period.

£ Abstainers and General (1898). 4 Alliance (1898)..

3 Atlas (1899).. British Equitable (1899).

4 British Home (1902)

3 British Legal (1892). British Workmans and General (1902) 4 Caledonian (1897).. Century Lite (1902).

4 City of Glasgow (1899).

3 Clergy Mutual (1901)

3 Clerical, Medical and General (1901). 3 Colonial Mutual (1899)

4 Commercial Union (1897). Eagle (1902)...

3 Economic (1898)

4 Edinburgh (1902).

3 English and Scottish Law (1900). 3 Equitable (1899)... Equity and Law (1899)..

4 Friends Provident (1902). General (1902):

3 Gresham (1900)

4 Guardian (1899); Hand-in-Hand (1901)

4 Law Life (1899) Law Union and Crown (1899)

4 Legal and General (1901)..

4 Life Association of Scotland (1901). Liverpool & London & Globe (1898). 3 London and Lancashire (1902).

3 London and Manchester Ind. (1902).. 3 London Assurance (1900)...

4 London, Edinburgh & Glasgow (1900) 3 London Life Association (1901)... 3 Marine and General (1899)

4 Methodist and General (1897). Metropolitan (1900)...

3 Mutual Life of Australia (1899). National of Ireland (1902).

3 National Mutual (1898)..

Name and Date of Year Ending Last
Valuation Period.

€ National Mutual of Australia (1901). 4 National Provident (1902)...

4 North British and Mercantile (1900). 3 Northern (1900).

4 Norwich Union (1901)..

4 Patriotic (1899):

3 Pelican and British Empire (Pelican) (1900).

4 Pioneer (1902). : Provident (1902).

3 Provideat Clerks (1902). Provident Free Home (1898).

4 Prudential (Ordinary) (1902). Prudential (ladustrial) (1902). Refuge (Ordinary) (1901). Rock (1902). Royal (1899)

3 Royal Exchange (1900)..

3 Royal National Pension Fund for Nurses (1892).

4 Sceptre (1898).

4 Scottish Amicable (1900). Scottish Equitable (1903).

3 Scottish Imperial (1900).

3 Scottish Life (1900)..

4 Scottish Metropolitan (1898)

4 Scottish Provident (1901)

3 Scottish Temperance (1902):

4 Scottish Union and National (1899).. 3 Scottish Widows Fund (1901)..

3 Standard (1900).

3 Star (1898)

3 Sun (1901). Union (1902),

3 United Kingdom Temperance (1900) 3 University (1900). Victoria (1901)..

4 Wesleyan and General (Ind.) (1898). 3 Westminster and General (1901). Yorkshire (1900)...

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