Ill., Ind., Ia.. La., Mass.. Mich., Miss., Mont., Nev., N. H., N. J.. N. Y., N. C.. 0.. Pa., S. C., Tex.. Utah and W. Va.
It confines its operations entirely to South Carolina for direct business, but will write reinsurance in the other States in which it is licensed.
Dividends.— The company has paid dividends as follows: 1916. .$3,000, including $1,501 carried over from 1915; 1917. •$4.500. including $1,500 carried over from 1916; 1918, $1.500; 1919. $12,000.
Officers—President, Edwin G. Seibels: vice-president, August Kohn; treasurer, G. M. Berry; secretary, John J. Seibels; assistant secretary, Chas. J. Bruce; counsel, AV 1). Melton.
Berry, G. M., vice-president National Loan and Exchange Bank. Cola. S. C.
Bruce. Chas. J.. of Seibels. Bruce & Co., general agents Glens F.mlhs Insurance Company, Cola. S. C.
Commander. Chas. E, president The Citizens' Bank, Florence, S. C.
Davis, R. Means, of Seibels, Bruce & Co., managers. Columbia, S.. C.
Dial, J. D., capitalist and insurance and real estate, Columbia. S. C.
Lawton, J. J., capitalist. Hartsville, S C.
Law. A. M., banker, cotton mill president, Spartanburg, S. C.
Kohn, August, stock and bond broker. Columbia. S. C. Manning, Richard I., hanker and ex-governor of South Carolina.
Matthews, J. P., president Palmetto National Bank, Cola, S. C.
Melton, W. D., attorney, Columbia, S. C.