April 15, 1901 (9th Parliament, 1st Session)

CON

Nathaniel Clarke Wallace

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. WALLACE.

I gave notice of an amendment to clause 14, to be entitled clause 14 A, and which reads as follows :-
To publish annually in report of said company a statement of the financial accounts of each section of the company's business as it stands at that date.
The Temperance and General Life Assurance Company has two branches ; one for total abstainers and the other for those who may or may not be total abstainers, and the company has always proceeded on these two lines. I believe it to be in the interest of the public, as well as in the interest of those who may have invested in either of these lines of insurance, that they may know what the results are and how the results pan out with regard to the temperance and the general branch of this company.
llie MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR (Hon. Clifford Sifton). Do they keep the accounts separately ?

Topic:   MANUFACTURERS AND TEMPERANCE AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.
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