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CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.

Register No. 2709.

Certificate of Registry No. 1392.

DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS.

Directors:-Hon. George A. Cox, Toronto; F. W. Gates, Hamilton; Adam Brown, Hamilton; James Ross, Montreal; J. W. Flavelle, Toronto; B. E. Walker, Toronto; H. B. Walker, New York; Z. A. Lash, K.C., Toronto; John Hoskin, K.C., Toronto; E. W. Cox, Toronto; Alexander Bruce, K.C., Hamilton; Hon. Wm. Gibson, Beams. ville; Charles Chaput, Montreal; E. R. Wood, Toronto; Hon. Aaron T. Bliss, Saginaw, Mich.

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Officers :-Hon. George A. Cox, President, Toronto; F. W. Gates, Vice-President, Hamilton; E. W. Cox, General Manager, Toronto; R. Hills, Secretary, Toronto.

1. Head Office, Toronto Ont. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of The Canada Life Assurance Company.

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of the Company are now declared, defined, limited or governed, are the following: Province of Canada, 12 Vict., chap. 168, an Act to incorporate the Canada Life Assurance Company; Dominion of Canada, 42 Vict., chap. 71, an Act to amend the Act incorporating The Canada Life Assurance Company, 56 Vict., chap. 76; R.S.C., 1886, chap. 124, The Insurance Act.

3. The members at related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, and the liability of the members is limited to the amount of shares held by them.

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, bearing date 31st day of March, 1906, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1907, to transact Life Insurance,

5. Deposited assets.-Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as special security for the policyholders therein as follows: Deposit accepted at the value of $57,950, held by the Government of Canada.

Recent legislation respecting The Canada Life Assurance Company was noted in the report of 1893; see also Statutes of Canada, 1899, 62-3 Vict., chap. 99.

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ÆTNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Register No. 2772.

Certificate of Registry, No. 1455.

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1. Head Office, Hartford, Conn. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, William H. Orr, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the Ætna Life Insurance Company.

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of the Company are now declared, defined or governed, are the following: State of Connecticut, 1878, an Act to amend the charter of the Ætna Life Insurance Company of Hartford; State of Connecticut, 1882, amending the charter of the Ætna Life Insurance Company; State of Connecticut, 1883, amending the charter of the Ætna Life Insurance Company.

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated stock company, and the liability of the members is limited to the amount of their capital stock. The amount of the capital stock is $1,250,000.

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, bearing date the 31st day of March, 1906, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1907, to transact Life Insurance.

5. Deposited assets.--Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as special security for the policy holders therein as follows: Those marked A are applicable solely to policies existing 31st March, 1878; those marked B to policies issued subsequently; £100,000 stg. British Consolidated Stock; $531,833 Province of Quebec Debentures; $149,893 Province of Manitoba Debentures ; $66,000 Province of New Brunswick Bonds; $100,000. Prince Edward Island Bonds; $60,000 Montreai Harbour Bonds; $2,781,663 Municipal Debentures. Total, $4,176,053. Accepted value $3,966,704, being $100,000 (A), and $3,866,704 (B).

THE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.

Register No. 2718.

Certificate of Registry No. 1401.

DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS.

Directors:-James A. Gillespie, Montreal; E. B. Greenshields, Montreal; H. V. Meredith, Montreal; Angus W. Hooper, Montreal; W. M. Ramsay, Montreal.

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1. Head Office, Edinburgh, Scotland. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Charles Hunter, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the manager for the time being, or in the name of any three of the Directors for the time being of the said Company.

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of the Company are now declared, defined are governed are the following: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 2 Will. IV., chap. 81, Standard Life Assurance Company's Act, 1832; 8 and 9 Vict., chap. 75, Standard Life Assurance Company's Act, 1845; 22 and 23 Vict., chap. 27, Standard Life Assurance Company's Act, 1859 ; 44 Vict., chap. 26, Standard Life Assurance Company's Act, 1881 ; 54 Vict., chap. 6, Standard Life Assurance Company's Act, 1891. Province of Quebec, 51 and 52 Vict., chap. 120, an Act to authorize the Standard Life Insurance Company to sue and be sued, and to acquire and hold real estate under the name of the Standard Life Assurance Company. Province of Ontario, 56 Vict., chap. 106; R. S. O., 1897, c. 203. Dominion of Canada, R.S.C., chap. 124.

3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company with a capital of £500,000, divided into 10,000 shares of £50 each, of which £12 has been paid. The paid-up capital is thus £120,000, and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them, being £38 per share.

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, bearing date the 31st day of March, 1906, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1907, to transact Life Assurance.

5. Deposited assets.-Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as special security for the policy holders therein as follows: Deposits accepted at the value of $5,689,323, being $133,622 Life A, and $5,555,701 Life B; also $1,001,898 vested in Canadian Trustees under the Insurance Act.

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPAY (LIMITED).

Register No. 2770.

Certificate of Registry No. 1453.

DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS.

Directors :-W. Reierson Arbuthnot, Esq.; Robert Barclay, Esq.; Sir Thomas Brook, Bart.; W. Middleton Campbell, Esq.; Jeremiah Colman, Esq.; The Right Hon. Leonard H. Courtney; William C. Dawes, Esq. ; Sir James F. Garrick, K.C., K.C.M.G.; W. M. Guthrie, Esq., M.P., Frederick W. Harris, Esq.; F. Larkworthy, Esq.; John H. Ley, Esq.; J. Carr Saunders, Esq.; The Right Hon. Sir Andrew Scoble, K.C., K.C.S.I. ; Alexander Billing Sim, Esq.; W. J. Thompson, Junr., Esq.; John Trotter, Esq.; P. B. Trower, Esq.; F. L. Wallace, Esq.; Edward Webb, Esq.

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Officers :-General Manager, E. Roger Owen; Secretary, Henry Mann.

1. Head Office, London, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Geo. Ross Hargraft, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the Commercial Union Assurance Company (Limited).

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following: Public General Acts of the United Kingdom; 25 and 26 Vict., chap. 89, The Companies Act, 1862 ; 27 Vict., chap. 19, The Companies' Seal Act, 1864; 30 and 31 Vict., chap. 131, The Companies' Act, 1867; 33 and 34 Vict., chap. 104, The Joint Stock Companies' Arrangement Act, 1870; 40 and 41 Vict., chap. 26, The Companies' Act, 1877; 42 and 43 Vict., chap. 76, The Companies' Act, 1879; 43 Vict., chap. 10, The Companies Act, 1880; 46 and 47 Vict., chap. 25, The Companies Act, 1883; 46 and 47 Vict., chap. 30. The Companies' (Colonial Registers) Act, 1882; 49 Vict., chap. 33, The Companies' Act, 1886; 53 and 54 Vict., chap. 93, The Companies' (Memorandum of Association) Act, 1890; 53 and 54 Vict., chap. 63, The Companies' Winding Up Act, 1890; Prirate Acts: 45-50: Vict., chap. 75 (Vesting of Securities and Property in trustees, etc.); 53-4 Vict., c. 172 (Extension of Objects).

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3. The members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company, the share capital of which consists of 50,000 shares of £50 each, and the liability of the members is limited to the amount remaining unpaid upon the shares held by them.

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, bearing date the 31st day of March, 1906, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1907, to transact Fire, Inland Marine and Life Insurance.

5. Deposited assets.—Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as special security for the policy holders therein as follows : $107,067, Cape of Good Hope 4 per cent. Stock; $50,614 Canada 4 per cent. Stock; $24,333 Canada 3 per cent Stock; $141,133 Queensland Bonds, $48,667 British Consolidated Stock, and $143,567 Canadian Northern Railway guaranteed bonds, $29,200 Ceylon 4 per cent. inscribed Stock, and $18.667 Loan Company Debentures. Accepted at $584,000, being $107,067 Life A, $91,250 Life B, and $385,683 Fire.

CONFEDERATION LIFE ASSOCIATION.

Register No. 2708.

Sertificate of Registry No. 1391.

DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS.

Directors :—Sir Wm. P. Howland, Toronto; W. H. Beatty, Toronto; W. D. Matthews, Toronto; J. K. Macdonald, Toronto; Hon. J. Young, Galt; S. Nordheimer, Toronto; William Whyte, Wininpeg; D. R. Wilkie, Toronto; A. McLean Howard, Toronto; E. B. Osler, M.P., Toronto; F. Wyld, Toronto; G. Mitchell, M.P.P., Halifax.

Officers:-W. H. Beatty, President, Toronto; Fred’k. Wyld, Vice-President, Toronto; W. D. Matthews, Vice-President, Toronto; John Kay Macdonald, Managing Director, Toronto.

1. Head Office, Toronto, Ontario. Suits by or against the Company may be brought. in the name of the Confederation Life Association.

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2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of the company are now declared, defined, limited or governed are as follows: Canada 34 Vict., 1871, chap. 54, an Act to incorporate the Confederation Life Association; 37 Vict., 1874, chap. 58, an Act to amend the Act incorporating the Confederation Life Association ; 42 Vict., 1879, chap. 72, an Act to amend the Act of incorporation of the Confederation Life Association ; 53 Vict., 1890, chap. 45, an Act relating to the Confederation Life Association.

3. Members, how related.-Certain of the members are related as shareholders in an incorporated joint stock company. The amount of the authorized capital stock, of which the full amount has been subscribed, is $1,000,000 divided into 10,000 shares of $100 each. Ten per cent., $100,000, has been paid up. (The capital stock was originally $500,000 and increased to $1,000,000 under authority of charter). The liability of those members who are shareholders is limited to the amount of the subcribed capital stock. The Association being incorporated on the stock and mutual plan combined, certain of the members are related as policy holders and are entitled along with the shareholders to vote and take part in the proceedings at all general and special meetings of the Association, and they participate in the mutual branch of the Company's business) in the distribution of surplus or profits earned to the extent of not less than ninety per cent.

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, bearing date 31st or March, 1906, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1907, to transact Life Insurance.

5. Deposited assets.-Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as special security for the policy holders therein as follows: Deposit accepted at the value of $80,275, held by the Dominion Government.

ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY.

Register No. 2703.

Certificate of Registry No. 1386.

1. Head Office, Liverpool, England. Chief Agent and Attorney for Ontario, Percy J. Quinn, Toronto. Suits by or against the Company may be brought in the name of the Royal Insurance Company.

2. The legislative enactments by which the powers, duties, rights and obligations of the Company are now declared, defined or governed are the following: United Kingdom, 25 and 26 Vict., chap. 89, The Companies' Act, 1862; United Kingdom, 54 and 55 Vict., chap. 81, an Act to define and extend the objects of the Royal Insurance Company to provide for the transfer to that Company of the business of The Queen Insurance Company and for other purposes.

3. The members are related as shareholders of an incorporated stock company, and the liability of the members is unlimited.

4. The Company is now authorized by license issued by the Dominion of Canada, bearing date the 31st day of March, 1906, and expiring on the 31st day of March, 1907, to transact Fire and Life Insurance.

5 Deposited assets.-Assets of the Company are deposited and held in Canada as special security for the policy holders therein as follows: Deposit accepted at the value of $1,144,348.

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