Class of Business Written.— Fire insurance. Territory.—It is licensed in Cal., Ill., La., Md., Mass., 0.. Pa., Tex., NV. Va. and Wis.
Dividends.— 1901, 8%; 1902, 9%; 1903, 10%; 1904, 8%; 1905, 7%; 1906 to 1908, inc., 10%; 1909, 12%; 1910, 10½% : 1911 and 1912, 14%; 1913 and 1914, 14%; 1915, 1916, and 1917, 13%; 1918, 14%; 1919, 15%.
Stockholders' Annual Meeting.— Second Monday in January.
Officers.— President, W. J. Patterson; vice-president, W. H. Barker; secretary, E. P. Niebaum.
Directors.— (All of Pittsburgh.)
Aufderheide, George R., with Arbuthnot Stevenson Co., wholesale dry goods.
Barker, W. H., president of Hazelwood Savings and Trust Co.
Geilfuss, Charles H., assistant treasurer of Manufacturer Light and Heat Co.
Gettman, Philip, retired.
Kaercher, J. B., retired.
Klauss, George H., of Scarborough & Klauss, hardware merchants.
Myers. E. H., Jr., capitalist.
Niebaum, E. P., secretary United American Insurance Co. Patterson, Alexander H., of S. R. Patterson & Son. Patterson. W. J., president of United American Insur-
ance Company of Pennsylvania.
Riesmeyer, John R., retired.
Voskamp, August H., merchant.
General Agencies.— Berry, Tremaine & Co., New York City, general agents for New York City and Suburban;