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· [Assets.] Second-The property or assets held by the company, specifying:

1. The value of real estate held by said company;

2. The amount of cash on hand and deposited in banks to the credit of the company, specifying the same;

3. The amount of cash in the hands of agents, and in course of transmission;

4. The amount of loans secured by bonds and mortgages, constituting the first lien on real estate, on which there is less than one year's interest due or owing;

5. The amount of loans on which interest has not been paid within one year previous to such statement;

6. The amount due the company upon which judgments have been obtained;

7. The amount of stocks of this state, of the United States, or any incorporated city of this state, and of any other stocks owned by the company, specifying the amount, number of shares, and par and market value of each kind of stocks.

8. The amount of stocks held as collateral security for loans, with the amount loaned on each kind of stock, its par value and its market value;

9. The amount of interest due and unpaid;

10. The amount of all other loans made by the company, specifying the same;

11. The amount premium notes on hand on which policies are issued;
12. All other property belonging to the company, specifying the same.
[Liabilities.] Third—The liabilities of such company, specifying:
1. The amount of losses due and unpaid;
2. The amount of claims for losses resisted by the company;

3. The amount of losses in process of adjustment or in suspense, including all reported or supposed losses;

4. The amount of dividends declared, due, and remaining unpaid; 5. The amount of dividends declared, but not due;

6. The amount of money borrowed and security given for the payment thereof;

7. Gross premium (without any deductions) received and receivable upon all unexpired fire risks running one year or less from date of policy, reinsurance thereon at fifty per cent;

8. Gross premiums (without any deductions) received and receivable upon all unexpired fire risks running more than one year from date of policy, reinsurance thereon pro rata;

9. Gross premiums (without any deductions) received and receivable upon all unexpired marine and inland navigation risks, except time risks, reinsurance thereon at one hundred per cent;

10. Gross premiums (without any deductions) received and receivable on marine time risks, reinsurance thereon at fifty per cent;

11. Amount reclaimable by the insured on perpetual fire insurance policies, being ninety-five per cent of the premiums or deposit received;

12. Reinsurance fund and all other liabilities, except capital;

13. Unused, balances of bills and notes taken in advance for premiums on open marine and inland policies, or otherwise, returnable on settlement.;

14. Principal unpaid on scrip or certificates of profits, which have been authorized or ordered to be redeemed;

15. Amount of all other liabilities of the company, specifying the same.

[Income.] Fourth-—The income of the company during the preceding year, specifying:

1. The amount of cash premiums received ;
2. The amount of notes received from premiums;
3. The amount of interest money received, specifying the same;

4. The amount of income received from all other sources, specifying the same.

[Expenditures.] Fifth—The expenditures of the preceding year, specifying: 1. The amount of losses paid; 2. The amount of dividends paid;

3. The amount of expenses paid, including commissions and fees to agents and officers of the company;

4. The amount paid for taxes; 5. The amount of all other payments and expenditures. [Risks taken.] Sixth-1. The amount of risks written during the year; 2. The amount of risks expired during the year; 3. The amount of risks written during the year in the state of California; 4. The amount of premiums thereon.

[Proviso.] Provided, that any foreign fire, marine, or inland insurance company, incorporated or not incorporated, doing business within this state, shall return only the business done in the United States and the assets of the company situated in the United States and held for the protection of the policyholders of the company who are residents of the United States, except that any further returns requested from time to time by the insurance commissioner must be made.

History: Former section repealed and present enacted in place thereof

March 8, 1907, Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 155. In effect immediately. $ 613. STATEMENT OF LIFE, HEALTH, AND ACCIDENT COMPANIES. Such statement, if made by life, health, and accident companies, must show:

[Capital.] First—The amount of the capital stock of the company. [Assets.] Second–The property or assets held by the company, specifying: 1. The value of the real estate held by the company;

2. The amount of cash on hand and deposited in banks to the credit of the company, specifying the same;

3. The amount of loans secured by bond and mortgage on real estate, specifying the same;

4. Amount of loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other marketable securities as collateral, specifying the same;

5. Cash market value of all stocks and bonds owned by the company, specifying the same;

6. Interest due the company and unpaid; 7. Interest accrued, but not due;

8. Premium notes and loans in any form taken in payment of premiums on policies now in force;

9. Gross amount of premiums in process of collection and transmission on policies in force;

10. Gross amount of deferred premiums; 11. All other assets, specifying the same.

[Liabilities.] Third-1. Claims for death losses and matured endowments due and unpaid;

2. Claims for death losses and matured endowments in process of adjustment or adjusted and not due;

3. Claims resisted by the company;
4. Amounts due and unpaid on annuity claims;

5. Trust funds on deposit or net present value of all outstanding policies, computed according to the American Experience Table of Mortality, with interest at the rate of four and one-half per cent per annum upon all outstanding risks written prior to January first, 1892, and according to the Combined Experience or Actuaries' Table of Mortality with interest at the rate of four per cent per annum upon all outstanding risks written from and after the thirty-first day of December, 1891, up to and including the thirty-first day of December, 1907, and according to the American Experience Table of Mortality with interest at the rate of three and one-half per cent per annum upon all outstanding risks written from and after December thirtyfirst, 1907;

6. Additional trust fund on deposit, or net present value of extra and special risks, including those on impaired lives;

7. Amount of all unpaid dividends of surplus percentage, bonuses, and other description of profits to policy-holders, and interest thereon;

8. Amount of any other liability to policy-holders or annuitants not included above.

[Income.] Fourth—1. Cash received for premiums on new policies during the year;

2. Cash received for renewal of premiums during the year;
3. Cash received for purchase of annuities;
4. Cash received for all other premiums;
5. Cash received for interest on loans, specifying the same;
6. Rents received;
7. Cash received from all other sources, specifying the same;
8. Gross amount of notes taken on account of new premiums;
9. Gross amount of notes taken on account of renewal premiums.
[Expenditures.] Fifth—1. Cash paid for losses ;
2. Cash paid to annuitants;
3. Cash paid for lapsed, surrendered, and purchased policies;
4. Oash paid for dividends to policy-holders;
5. Cash paid for dividends to stockholders;
6. Cash paid for reinsurances ;
7. Commission paid to agents;

8. Salaries and other compensation of officers and employees, except agents and medical examiners;

9. Medical examiners' fees and salaries; 10. Cash paid for taxes ;

11. Cash paid for rents;
12. Cash paid for commuting commissions;
13. All other cash payments.
Sixth-Balance sheet of premium note account.
Seventh-Balance sheet of all the business of the company.

Eighth—1. Total amount of insurance effected during the year on new policies;

2. Total amount of insurance effected during the year in the state of California;

3. Premiums received during the year on business done in the state of California.

History: Former section repealed and present enacted March 8, 1907,

Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 157. in effect immediately. $ 614. STOCK NOTES [OF MUTUAL COMPANIES), HOW COMPUTED. Mutual companies formed, existing, and doing business under an act entitled “An act to provide for the incorporation of mutual insurance companies,” passed April twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, may report their approved stock as capital paid up, and such notes for all purposes must be deemed part of the paid-up capital stock of such corporation.

History: Former section repealed and present enacted March 8, 1907,

Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 159. In effect immediately. § 615. TO FURNISH BLANKS. The insurance commissioner must cause to be prepared, and furnish on demand to each of the companies printed forms of the statements herein required; and he may make such changes from time to time in the form of such statements and reports as seems to him best adapted to elicit from the companies a true exhibit of their condition. The same forms must be so furnished on demand to all companies engaged in the same kind of business.

History: Former section repealed and present enacted March 8, 1907,

Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 159. In effect immediately. $ 616. CONDITION OF DOING BUSINESS. AGENT UPON WHOM PROCESS MAY BE SERVED. The insurance commissioner must require, as a condition precedent to the transaction of insurance business in this state by any foreign insurance company, that such company file in his office a writing designating the name of an agent, and his place of business in this state, on whom any notice provided by law or by any insurance policy, proof of loss, summons and other process may be served in all actions or other legal proceeding against such company. All notices, proof of loss, summons, or other process so served give jurisdiction over the person of such company. The agent so appointed and designated shall be deemed in law a general agent, and must be the principal agent of such company in this state;

[Agreement or stipulation as to such agent.] Any such foreign company shall, as a further condition precedent to the transaction of insurance business in this state, and in consideration of the privilege to transact such insurance business in this state, make and file with the insurance commissioner an agreement or stipulation, executed by the proper authorities of such company, in form and substance as follows: The (giving name of company) does hereby stipulate and agree that, in consideration of the permission granted by the state of California to it to transact insurance business in this state, that if at any time said company shall leave this state or cease to transact business in this state or shall be without an agent in said state, on whom any notice, proof of loss, summons, or other legal process may be served, then in any action or proceeding arising out of any business or transactions which occurred in this state, service of any notice provided by law, or insurance policy, proof of loss, summons, or other legal process may be made upon the insurance commissioner, and that such service upon the commissioner shall have the same force and effect as if made upon the company.

[Service upon insurance commissioner.] Whenever such service of notice, proof of loss, summons, or other legal process shall be made upon the insurance commissioner, he must, within ten days thereafter, transmit by mail, postage paid, a copy of such notice, proof of loss, summons, or other legal process to the company, addressed to the manager, president, or secretary thereof at its home or principal office. The sending of such copy by the commissioner shall be a necessary part of the service of the notice, proof of loss, summons, or other legal process.

[Duty of commissioner.) When any notice, summons, or other legal process is served upon the insurance commissioner pursuant to the provisions of this section, the service as to the company shall be deemed complete at the end of sixty days after the date of the delivery of the notice, summons, or other process to the insurance commissioner.

[How service made upon agent.] When any notice, provided by law or by any insurance policy, is to be served on the agent designated, as in this section provided, such service may be made as provided in chapter five, part two, title fourteen of the Code of Civil Procedure.

History: Former section repealed and present enacted March 8, 1907,

Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 159. In effect immediately. $ 617. PENALTY FOR FAILURE TO FILE STATEMENT. The commissioner must collect the sum of one hundred dollars from any company engaged in the business of insurance in this state, for a wilful failure to make and file in his office within the time prescribed by law, any statements or stipulations required by this title, and an additional penalty of two hundred dollars for each and every month or fractional part of a month thereafter, that such company continue to transact the business of insurance until such statements and stipulations are filed.

History: Former section repealed and present enacted March 8, 1907,

Stats. and Amdts. 1907, p. 160. in effect immediately. $ 618. DEPOSIT OF SECURITIES BY COMPANIES, WHEN. Whenever the laws of any state of the United States, or of any country foreign to the United States, require any insurance company organized under the laws of this state, to deposit with some officer of this state securities in trust for, and for the benefit of, the policy-holders of such company, as a prerequisite to transacting insurance business in such other state or foreign country, and whenever under any laws of this state any insurance company is required to deposit with any officer of this state securities in trust for, and for the benefit of policyholders of such company, the insurance commissioner of this state must receive

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