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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUSINESS DONE IN PURSUANCE OF THE SUPERANNUATION… British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1928

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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF   THE   BUSINESS   DONE   IN
PURSUANCE   OF   THE
SUPEEANNUATION ACT
FOR  THE
TEAE ENDED MAEOH 31ST
1927
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1927.
a =bi To His Honour Robert Randolph Bruce,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British GolmnMa.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned respectfully submits the Report of the business done in pursuance of the
" Superannuation Act " during the fiscal year 19-2G-27.
WILLIAM SLOAN,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C.
The Honourable William Sloan,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
-Sir,—I have the honour to lay before you Report of the business done in pursuance of the
"Superannuation Act" during the fiscal year 1926-27.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
A. H. COX,
Civil Service Commissioner. SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1926-27.
Report of the business done in pursuance of the " Superannuation Act" during the fiscal
year 1926-27.
Section 5.—Contributions were made by the employees of the British Columbia Government
of $126,865.82;  by the employees of the City! of Duncan of $1S7.S0.
Section 6.—On April 1st, 1926, 256 persons were contributing more than 4 per cent. During
the year twenty-five additional persons were granted permission to make increased contributions,
while six of those making increased contributions were superannuated, two died, and three others
left the Service, leaving 270 making increased contributions on March 31st, 1927.
Section 7.—Contributions were made by the Government and by the City of Duncan of a
like amount to the contributions of their employees respectively.
Section 9.—The number of the contributors taking advantage of this section to make voluntary contributions- during the year was unchanged from the previous year.
Section 11.—Interest was credited at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum on September 30th
and March Slst on the credit balances of the previous April 1st and! October 1st respectively.
Section 12.—A statement of all moneys received and paid out under the provisions of this
Act and the assets and liabilities appertaining to the granting of superannuation allowances
under its provisions is given in Schedule No. 1.
Section 18.— (1.) (a.) The sum of $2S,327.91 was refunded under sections IS, 19, and 38 to
employees of tbe British Columbia Government. A like amount was transferred from the British
Columbia Government Employer's Account tot the Special Reserve Fund.
(3.) The debit balance of the account of the British Columbia Government in the Special
Reserve Fund amounted to $199,411.51 on March 31st, 19-27. Interest at the rate of 5 per cent,
per annum was charged on the debit balance of this account.
Section lit.—Superannuation allowances were granted to teiii persons, as per Schedule No. 2.
Section 18.—Ten contributors died during the fiscal year and refunds were made to their
legal representatives.
Section 19.—One hundred and forty contributors, on leaving the Government Service, secured
refunds of the amount standing at their credit. Also two employees of the City of Duncan, on
leaving the service of the municipality, secured a refund of the amount at their credit in the fund.
Section 20.—Two of the contributors who left the Service had made voluntary contributions
under section 9, and secured a refund of these special contributions.
Section 38.—Default having been made by one of the contributors, the amount in default
was paid to the Minister of Finance. , , , „ , ; , r- j—
J 4
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SCHEDULES.
SCHEDULE No. 1.
Summary oe Receipts and Expenditures.
Receipts.
Cash in Treasury, April 1st, 1920 	
Contributions by British Columbia Government employees	
„ „ employer   	
„ „ Special Reserve 	
City of Duncan employees 	
„ employer   	
„ Special Reserve  ,	
Voluntary contributions, section 9  ,
Interest paid by British Columbia Government 	
$1,313,802.74
126,865.S2
126,865.82
28,207.42
187.SO
187.80
27.60
1,520.80
67,642.71:
$1,665,308.51
Expenditures.
Refunds, section IS 	
19 	
20	
38 	
Superannuation allowances 	
Cash in Treasury, April 1st, 1027
$      4,610.201
23,535.15
57.24
182.50
47,741.49
1,589,181.87
$1,665,308.51
Balance-sheet as at March 31 st, 1927.
Assets.
Cash, in Treasury  ,	
Cash in Treasury  $207,970.40
British  Columbia  Government  Special  Reserve   (section  13   (1)    (a)
and (o))     199,411.51
$1,381,211.47
407,381.91
$1,788,593.3S
Liabilities.
British Columbia Government employees   $688,036.77
employer   688,036.77
City of Duncan employees  882.38
employer     8S2.3S
Special Reserve   3S8.00
Special contributions   2,985.17
Total, Current Accounts 	
Present value of allowances in force March 31st, 1927  $403,106.84
Balance, being difference between value of allowances in force March
31st, 1927, and amount at credit of Superannuation Allowance
Account    '.         4,275.07
$1,381,211.47
407,3S1.91
$1,788,593.38 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1926-27. J 5
Present Value of Superannuation Allowances in Force March 31st, 1927.
Allowance Present
per Month. Value.
Allardyce, T  $     46.55 $    4,122.44
.Almond, S. R  73,33 6,238.92
Anderson, G  15.00 1,695.60
Armstrong, J. F  125.56 7,111.72
Arthur, Dr. E. C  15.00 1,328.40
Baird, Mrs. Flora 1  45.50 8,252.80
Bamford, T  127.30 13,091.53
Beckwith, Mrs. E. L  22.45 2,497.34
Bowman, T. M  47.37 5,388.81
Briggs, A. J  37.25 2,108.10
Brooke, H. C. B ,  64.60 9,10-5.65
Brown, J. R  82.50 7,019.10
Bunting, J. F. B  1.80 191.59
Burgess, T. A  15.25 2,291.16
Calhrick, Thomas F  15.66 1,781.48
Callaghan, John  1S.40 1,629.50
Cambridge, J. J  115.00 13,510.20
Campbell, C. S  104.50 11,122.1)8
Carne, F  15.00 1,328.40
Carter, W. 0  44.50 7,315.S0
Clark, J. R  21.00 2.230.9S
Clint, James  45.86 3,901.77
Corfield, W. F  14.60 1,869.38
Cox, Dennis G  58.06 5,761.87
Creighton, J. W  42.80 3,641.42
Cullin, W. H  98.75 9,443.95
Curtis, Mrs. A. M.  20.20 2,802.14
Cummings, Mrs. G  40.20 1,410.34
Davies, A. A  31.55 3,358.18-
Davies, P. J  15.00 1,378.80
Delbridge, T  15.00 1,380.00
Devlin, H  37.65 4,295.33
Devonshire, G  5.60 422.46
Dunbrack, L.  G  43.00 4,418.86
Dunlop, J  28.85 2,357.25
Evans, A. M  20.20 1,522.27
Fawcett, Miss C. M  27.80 4,149.99
Flett, James  9.20 815.42
Garrett, A  50.80 4,858.51
Goepel, W. J  187.29 16,586.40
Granger, R. T. F  123.00 11,055.00
Hall, John  44.15 3,756.28
Hanson, R. E  28.60 2,532.82
Hargie, James  24.90 2,599.56
Henderson, C. 0  15.40 1,583.74
Hepburn, W  24.00 2,208.96
Hewton, Wm  25.00 1,416.00
Hodgins, A. E  40.00 4,257.60
Hodson, J. H  22.90 1,948.33
Hood, A  99.00 12,354.06
Hunter, H  91.85 10,392.30
Jones, G. B  51.75 4,229.01
Lloyd, M. B  21.65 1,992.67
Carried forward  $2,466.13 $244,963.77 J 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Present Valuation of Superannuation Allowances—Gontimued.
Allowance Present
per Montb. Value.
Brought forward   $2,466.13 $244,963.77
Mayhew, J. E  14.35 1,403.10
Mogee, A  15.00 1,029.60
Morley, H. A. S  128.66 7,657.84
Morrison, J. W  38.30 3,663.01
Morshead, F  13.65 1,552.82
Moseley, L  15.00 1,047.60
Moth, Mrs. Harry (T. Henry)  20.35 1,819.30
McCabe, M. H  15.00 1,328.40
McGregor, Mrs. A. E  98.21 6,044.48
McKercher, A  2S.60 2,433.29
McLean, Mrs: M  52.00 7,020.00
McPhee, J  22.65 2,582.10
Norris, L  118.00 12,135.12
Peers, Joseph   8.70 570.02
Pelly,  J.    15.00 1,730.89
Philips, F. M  31.40 3,342.22
Pottinger, James  107.10 7,017.19
Preston, Mrs. M. J  15.70 2,234.44
Price, A. H  22.85               '      1,428.58
Pye, W. T ,  15.00 1,380.60
Pyke, J. A  22.75 2,014.74
Rant, W. J  56.90 4,083.14
Robertson, W. C  19.35 1,328.18
Robertson, W. F :  166.70 10,543.31
Seymour, E. J  17.25 1,773.99
Shakespeare, F. N. E  71.90 7,653.03
Shaw, E. J. C  10.25 1,279.20
Smith, C. F  15.65 1,898.01
Stanton, Mrs. A. J  77.96 11,095.27
Stenson, R. J  41.10 7.674.19
Sutton, J  19.40 2,088.22
Tolmie, R. F  100.65 18,233.77
Webb, C. N  20.00 2,349.60
Whitfield,  G  14.70 1,607.00
Williams, R. T  55.90 3,494.87
Wilmot, H. F  03.00 0,482.05
Young, R. H  15.00 1,125.00
L140.il
$403,106.84 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1926-27.
J 7
SCHEDULE No. 2.
Superannuation Allowances granted between April 1st, 1926, and March 31st, 1927.
Date
Effective.
O.C. No.
Name.
Position, Office, and Department.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
1-5-26
1-6-26
1-7-26
1-8-26
17-9-26
1-11-26
1-1-27
4-3-27
1-4-27
1-4-27
476/26
505/26
784/26
853/26
1290/26
1182/26
122/27
305/27
276/27
454/27
Brooke, H. C. B
Davies, A. A	
Beckwith, W. S.
Curtis, J. E	
Hood, A	
Hunter, H	
Dunbrack, L. G.
Devlin, H	
Allardyce, T	
Dunlop, J	
Clerk, Vancouver, Finance	
Clerk, Vancouver, Finance	
Clerk, Victoria, Lands	
Janitor, Parliament Buildings, Public
Works
Chief Clerk  and  Accountant,  Public
Works 	
Gold Commissioner, Princeton, Finance
Guard, Oakalla Prison Farm, Attorney-General  	
Inspector, Mines 	
Special Collector, G.A., Vancouver,
Finance 	
Mining Recorder, Lillooet, Finance....
Joint life and last
survivor 	
Single life	
Joint life and last
survivor  	
Joint life and last
survivor  	
Single life	
Single life and
joint life and
last survivor..
Single life 	
Five years 	
Single life	
Single life	
$64.60
31.55
22.45
20.20
99.00
91.85
43.00
37.65
46.55
28.85
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1027.
525-8'27-9000

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