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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
SECOND EEPOET
of the business done in
pursuance op The
SUPEKAMTJATION ACT
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31ST
1923
printed by
authority op the legislative assembly.
VICTORIA,  B.C.:
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's Most  Excellent Majesty.  To His Honour Walter Cameron Nichol,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
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 1922-23.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C.
j. d. Maclean,
Provincial Secretary. The Honourable J. D. MacLean, M.D.,
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 1922-23.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. H. MacINNES,
Civil Service Commissioner. SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1922-23.
Report of the business done in pursuance of the " Superannuation Act" during the fiscal
year 1922-23.
Section 5.—Contributions were made by the employees of the B.C. Government of $120,372.81;
by the employees of the City of Duncan of $126.
Section 6.—On April 1st, 1922, 222 persons were contributing more than 4 per cent. During
the year twenty additional persons were granted permission to make increased contributions,
while live of those making increased contributions were superannuated, and seven others left
the Service, and one application was withdrawn, leaving 229 making increased contributions
on March 31st, 1923.
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.—A number of the contributors took advantage of this section to make voluntary
contributions during the year.
Section 11.—Interest was credited at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum on September 30th
and March 31st 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 13.— (1.) (a.) The sum of $10,448.88 was refunded under sections 18, 19, and 38
to employees of the B.C. Government. A like amount was transferred from the B.C. Government Employer's Account to the Special Reserve Fund.
(3.) The debit balance of the account of the B.C. Government in the Special Reserve Fund
amounted to $115,479.98 on March 31st, 3923. Interest at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum
was charged on the debit balance of this account.
Section l.'t.—Superannuation allowances have been granted to sixteen persons, as per
Schedule No. 2.
Section 18.—Twelve contributors died during the fiscal year and refunds were made to their
legal representatives, as per Schedule No. 3.
Section 19.—One hundred and fifty-three contributors, on leaving the Service, have secured
refunds, as per Schedule No. 4.
Section 20.—One of the contributors who left the Service had made voluntary contributions,
under section 9, and secured a refund, as per Schedule No. 5.
Section 32.— (6.) Exemption from the provisions of the Act were granted to the following:-—
Order in Council No. 1147, 1922--Barker, C. R.
Section 32.— (d.) Order in Council No. 578, 3921, declaring the Act to apply to Secretaries
of Ministers, was rescinded by Order in Council No. 516, 1922.
Section 38.—Default having been made by one of the contributors, the amount standing at
his credit was paid over to the Minister of Finance, as per Schedule No. 6.
As the " Superannuation Act" has now been in force for two years, it might be of interest
to compare the results obtained with the situation that would have existed had the Act not
been passed. I am assuming, in the comparisons that I am about to make, that had the Act
not been passed, the average practice of the five years from 1916 to 1921 would have been
followed in the succeeding two years.   On this basis we find as follows :—
Under the old practice:—
1. No provision was made during the period of service for the liability in connection with
superannuation that might accrue out of that service.
2. No provision was made for the direct liability that was assumed when a superannuation
allowance was granted. This liability tended to accumulate at a rapid rate, as the following
figures show:—
Present value of outstanding superannuation allowances—
March 31st, 1900  $   4,162 00
March 31st, 1905  25,059 00
March 31st, 1910  92,260 00
March 31st, 1915  252,905 00
March 31st, 1921  424,800 00
March 31st, 1923, it would have been  556,800 00 G 6
British   Columbia.
1923
3. During the two years, J921 to 1923, $131,000 would have been paid out in allowances.
Under the operation of the -Act:—
1. During the two years, 1921-23, complete provision was made for all liability that can
accrue out of service rendered during those years, and for this purpose we hold cash on hand,
$458,732.42.
2. Partial provision was made, for the liability assumed when allowances were granted
accruing from seryice rendered prior to April 1st, 1921, so that the net liability in connection
with superannuation allowances outstanding on March 31st, 1923—i.e., the gross liability less
the cash on hand to meet it—amounted to $465,246.79.
3. During the two years the Government has paid $394,178.46.
Thus the results as of March 31st, 1923, can be compared as follows:—
Had Old System
been followed.
Difference.
Under " Superannuation .Yet."
Difference.
Total payments during 1921-23  	
$131,000 00
556,800 00
Nil.
$263,178 46
$394,178 46
465,246 79
458,732 42
Net liability for allowances outstanding
March 31st, 1923  	
$ 91,553 21
458 732 42
Provision   for   liability   accruing   out   of
service rendered 1921-23  	
Totals	
$263,178 46
$550,285  63
Thus for the increased expenditure during the two years, amounting to $263,178.46, we
have secured a reduction in direct liabilities outstanding on March 31st, 1923, of $91,553.21,
and have cash in hand amounting to $458,732.42 which will completely provide for all liability
that may accrue out of a service rendered during 1921-23, a total of $550,285.63.
Under the old system provision for superannuation which should have been made while
the service was being rendered was left for the future to care for. While this practice lessened
the expenditure in the past, it was merely postponing the liability to the future. Were the
old scale of allowances to have been continued, the annual payments would have steadily
increased until within a few years they would have reached $200,000. This large sum would
represent payments on account of old liabilities alone, while the current liabilities would be
accumulating to be met in the still more distant future.
Under the provisions of the Act complete provision is made during the period of service
for all claims for superannuation that can arise out of that service. In addition to providing
for the present we are paying up the liability that has accrued from the past. Of the $200,000
paid in 1922-23, about one-half was to provide for the liability accruing out of the service
rendered during 1922-23 and the other half was made up of payments on the liability accruing
from the past. As the years pass the liability accruing from the past will gradually be
liquidated; when that time arrives, if the service continues at its present size, the payments
required from the Government in connection with superannuation will be less than $80,000
per annum.
W. H. MacINNES.
Civil Service Commissioner. 14 Geo. 5 Superannuation Report. G 7
SCHEDULES.    .
SCHEDULE No. 1.
Summary of Receipts and Expenditures.
Receipts.
Cash in Treasury, April 1st, 1922   $260,488 14
Contributions by B.C. Government employees   120,372 81
employers    120,372 81
„                           „              Special Reserve  26,777 42
„              City of Duncan employees  126 00
„                           „             employer  126 00
„                           ,,             Special Reserve   16 50
Voluntary contributions, section 9    8,151 85
Interest paid by B.C. Government   15,711 78
$552,143 31
Expenditures.
Refunds, section 18   $ 792 39
19  9,608 05
20   140 00
38   48 44
Superannuation allowances   15,491 14
$ 26,080 02
Cash in Treasury, April 1st, 1923      526,063 29
$552,143 31
Balance-sheet .as at March 31st, 1923.
Assets.
Cash in Treasury   $526,063 29
B.C. Government Special Reserve      115,479 98
$641,543 27
Liabilities.
B.C. Government employees   $229,366 21
employer    229,366 21
City of Duncan employees   244 38
„              employer  244 38
„              Special Reserve   31 29
Special contributions  16 67
Present value of allowances in force March 31st, 1923   173,594 97
Balance, being difference between present value of! allowances in force March 31st,
1923, $173,594.97, and amount at credit of Superannuation Allowance Account,
$182,274.13 -  8,679 16
$641,543 27 G 8
British  Columbia.
1923
Present Value of Superannuation Allowances in Force
N Allowance
Aame- per Month.
Almond, S. R >  $    73 33
Anderson, G  15 00
Armstrong, J. F  125 56
Arthur, Dr. E. C  15 00
Bowman, T. M  47 37
Brown,  J.  R  82 50
Bunting, J. F. B ;  1 80
Calbick, T. F  15 66
Cambridge, J. J  115 00
Clint, J  -45 86
Cox, D. G  58 06
Creighton, J. W  42 80
Davies, P. J  15 00
Delbridge, T  .15 00
Fraser, J. A  82 37
Goepel, W. J  187 29
Hanson, R. E  28 60
Henry, T  20 35
Morley, H. A. S  128 66
Moseley, Levi  15 00
Mogee, A  15 00
McCabe, M. H  15 00
McGregor, J  98 21
McLean, Mrs. Hugh    52 00
Nash, H. H  24 82
Peers, Joseph  8 70
Pye, W. T  15 00
Rant, W. J  56 00
Richards, F. G  75 15
Riley, Wm  15 20
Stanton, II  77 06
Webb, C. N  20 00
Whitehouse, T. E  31 90
Young, R. II  15 00
$1,651 05
Credit balance, Superannuation Allowance Account	
Balance	
March 31st, 1923.
Present
Value.
$ 7,277 00
1,917 00
8,018 44
1,542 60
6,083 11
8.187 30
225 17
2,011 60
15,180 00
4,716 24
6,604 90
4,247 47
1,735 20
1,596 60
6,731 21
19,260 90
2,941 22
2.188 43
9,233 12
1,477 SO
1,225 80
1,488 60
12.209 76
7,762 56
2,463 14
680 86
1,596 60
4,841 05
7,457 23
1,346 11
13,387 29
2,640 00
3,391 60
1,328 40
$173,594 97
8,679 16
$182,274 13
$182,274 13 $182,274 13 14 Geo. 5
SUPERANNUATION   EePOET.
G 9
SCHEDULE  No.  2.
Superannuation Allowances granted between  April 1st, 1922, and March  31st,  1923.
Date
Effective.
0.C No.
Name.
Position, Office, and Department.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
1-6-22
573/22
1-6-22
622/22
1-8-22
701/22
1-7-22
944/22
1-7-22
950/22
1-7-22
951/22
-11-22
1146/22
1-1-23
1250/22
-11-22
1543/22
-12-22
1565/22
1-1-23
1564/22
1-1-23
287/23
1-3-23
407/23
1-4-23
288/2.3
1-4-23
352/23
1-4-23
548/23
Toung, K. H.
Bowman T. M
Delbridge, T.
Calbick, T. F.
McLean,   H.
McLean,   Mrs
Nash, H. H.
Stanton,  H.
Henry, T.   . .
Fraser,  J. A.
Pye, W. T.
Bunting, J. F
Richards, F. G
Mogee, A.
Peers, J	
McGregor,  J.
Janitor, Govt. Agcy., Vancouver, Finance. .
Kegr.  Cts., Nelson, Attorney-General   	
Janitor,   G.A.,  Vancouver,  Finance	
Janitor,   G.A.,  Vancouver,   Finance	
Supt. Prov. Home, Kamloops, Prov. Sec. . .
Matron, Prov. Home, Kamloops, Prov. Sec.
Usher, Parliament Bldgs., Public Works . . .
Gold Comr., Victoria, Mines  	
Scaler, Forest, Vancouver, Lands  	
Govt. Agent, Atlin, Finance  	
Janitor, S.C.C., Victoria, Attorney-General
Off. Steno., New West., Attorney-General  . .
Sheriff,  Victoria, Attorney-General   	
Farmer, D.D.B. School, Education	
Janitor, Supreme Ct., Chilliwack, Att.-Gen.
Ch. Inspcr. Mines, Mines	
J
Single
Single
Single
Single
Joint
Single
Single
Joint
Guar.
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single
Guar.
life. .
life. .
life..
life..
life . .
life. .
life. .
life . .
5 yrs
life
life
life
life
life
life
10 yrs
$15 00
47 37
15 00
15 66
31 18
20 82
24 82
77 96
20 35
82 37
15 00
1 80
75 15
15 00
8 70
98 21
SCHEDULE  No.  3.
Refunds under Section 18, " Superannuation Act, 1921,'
to March 31 st, 1923.
from -April 1st. 1922,
Name.
Office.
Department.
Died.
Amount.
Finance	
Provincial Secretary	
April 22, 1922 . .
April 15, 1922 . .
May  11, 1922 . .
June 24, 1922  . .
Sept.   5, 1922  . .
Aug.    4, 1922 . .
July   29, 1922 . .
Oct.   13, 1922  . .
May    4, 1922   . .
Dec.  28, 1922  . .
Jan.    4, 1923  . .
Jan. 23, 1923  . .
$ 18 45
Beilby, J. F	
75 33
84 90
Collins, J. V	
58 14
Elmes, Miss A. E	
Lewis, E. A	
Beggs, W. F	
Bolland, Wm	
Port Coquitlam	
Victoria   	
New Westminster	
Victoria   	
New Westminster	
10 25
92 61
71 06
111  47
Whitiam, Miss M	
30 19
107 27
29 43
103 29
$792  39 G 10
British  Columbia.
1923
SCHEDULE  No.  4.
Refunds under Section 19, " Superannuation Act, 1921," from April 1st, 1922,
to March 31st, 1923.
Date of
Refund.
Name.
Office.
Department.
Amount.
12-4-22
18-4-22
18^-22
18-4-22
18-4-22
18-4-22
18-4-22
18-4-22
18-4-22
18-4-22
21-4-22
21-4-22
21-4-22
21-4-22
21-4-22
21-4-22
22-4-22
22—4-22
27-4-22
5-5-22
5-5-22
6-5-22
6-5-22
6-5-22
6-5-22
6-5-22
18-5-22
18-5-22
18-5-22
18-5-22
18-5-22
18-5-22
20-5-22
27-5-22
27-5-22
27-5-22
1-6-22
10-6-22
16-6-22
23-6-22
23-6-22
23-6-22
28-6-22
27-6-22
28-6-22
30-6-22
30-6-22
30-6-22
7-7-22
7-7-22
7-7-22
7-7-22
7-7-22
7-7-22
7-7-22
14-7-22
18-7-22
18-7-22
18-7-22
19-7-22
Cameron, T. ...
McDonald, W. .
Harris,  W. M.   .
Cocker, F	
Thomas, Mrs. E.
Saunders, C. K.
McConnell,  W. B.
McCall, Miss L. M
Mills, R. F	
Newman,  R.  A.
Young,  R. D.
Herd, Miss M.  .
Downham, J. S.
Drybrough, T. N.
Underwood, Miss G
Wilkinson, T.
Taylor, Miss E. M
Clark, G. H.   .
Watkins, A. S.
Johnston, Miss H
Morton, J	
Laing,  F.  W.   .
Wallinger, N. S
Smith, S. McB.
Smith, Miss A. B
Fumerton, I. M.
Goodman, F. L.
Worthing,  F. M.
Craig, H. V.   ...
Glover, F. L.   . .
Varney,   F	
Walker, H	
Cameron, F. D.
Mcintosh, D. A.
Cran,  D	
Kenny, Miss F. i
Eraser, A. B.
Anfleld, F. B.
Clements, Miss G
Watson, Miss E.
Johnson, Miss M
Grubb, Miss A.  .
Shirley,  R	
Read, W. P.   ...
Sutherland, Miss E. M
Forsyth, Miss I. B.
Dorion, L. P.
Webb, Mrs. L. C.
Frost,  J. K.   ...
McDonald, Miss M
Ryan, Mrs. E. J.
Watson, J. B.
Jones, T. H.  ...
Ashton,   T	
Dawson, J. T. .
Mcintosh, J. W.
Macau, A. V. . .
Kean, A. D. ...
Turnbull, J. . . .
Middleton, E.   . .
Employment Bureau, Victoria. .
Board of Health	
Employment Bureau, Cranbrook
Garage  	
Steam-boiler   Inspection,   Vane.
Draughting   	
Forest,  Cranbrook   	
Forest, Kamloops	
Provincial Police    „	
Horticulture   	
Game Office	
Government Agency, Duncan  . .
Boys' Industrial School	
Mental Hospital, Essondale  ...
Girls' Industrial  School   	
Boys' Industrial  School  	
Grazing Commissioner	
Forest, Cariboo	
Mental Home, Colquitz  	
B.C.P. and E.P.S	
Premier   	
Minister     ,	
Government Agency, Cranbrook
Government Agency, Nanaimo. .
Government Agency, Vernon   . .
Boys' Industrial  School   	
Horticulture   	
Mental Hospital, Essondale  . ..
L.R.O., Kamloops	
L.R.O., Kamloops	
Provincial  Police   	
Game Office	
Maintenance,  Parliament BIdgs.
Forest, Vancouver  	
Forest, Vancouver   	
General    	
Forest, Vancouver   	
Boys' Industrial School	
Industrial Commissioner	
Government Agency, Nanaimo. .
L.R.O., New Westminster	
King's  Printer   	
L.R.O., New Westminster  	
Forest, Vancouver  	
Forest, Vancouver  	
Forest, Kamloops	
L.R.O., Kamloops	
King's  Printer   	
Forest, Prince Rupert	
Prohibition   	
Mental Hospital, Essondale  ...
Dairy Branch   	
Agricultural Education	
L.R.O.,   Nelson   	
Prohibition    	
Game Office	
Inspector Trust Companies ....
Game Conservation Board   ....
Forest, Prince Rupert	
Liquor Control Board  	
Labour   	
Provincial Secretary
J.abour   	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Lands   	
Lands   	
Attorney-General    ..
Agriculture   	
Attorney-General  .. .
Finance	
Provincial Secretary
provincial Secretary
Attorney-General .. .
Provincial Secretary
Lands   	
Lands   	
Provincial Secretary
.Attorney-General ...
Premier   	
Agriculture    	
Finance 	
Finance	
Finance  	
Provincial Secretary
Agriculture	
Provincial Secretary
Attorney-General .. .
Attorney-General .. .
Attorney-General ...
Attorney-General ...
Public Works	
Lands   	
Lands	
Public   Works   	
Lands   	
Provincial Secretary
Industries	
Finance	
Attorney-General .. .
Provincial Secretary
Attorney-General .. .
Lands   	
Lands   	
Lands    :	
Attorney-General ...
Provincial Secretary
Lands   	
Attorney-General ...
Provincial Secretary
Agriculture	
Education   	
Attorney-General .. .
Attorney-General .. .
Attorney-General  .. .
Finance  	
Attorney-General ...
Lands   	
Attorney-General ...
54 45
2 40
53 46
60 75
21 99
72 90
60 75
30 07
51 03
58 32
51 03
41 31
4 03
32 55
12 00
10 65
39 45
55 02
35 96
22 06
84 16
82 45
102 57
98 76
49 86
14 40
62 98
39 45
114 21
58 71
31
56
46
60
25 00
68 04
58 31
60 75
49 24
35 38
37 19
68 71
42 45
27 69
48 03
41 03
7
47
80
41
52 09
82 19
5 33
3 28
48 60
76 46
54 54
15 85
61 50
100 90
36 50
101 38
12 46 14 Geo. 5
Superannuation Report.
G 11
SCHEDULE No. 4—Continued.
Refunds under Section 19, " Superannuation Act, 1921," from April 1st, 1922,
to March 31st, 1923—Continued.
Date of
Refund.
Name.
Office.
Department.
Amount.
20-7-22
26-7-22
26-7-22
26-7-22
26-7-22
28-7-22
1-8-22
2-8-22
2-8-22
2-8-22
2-8-22
10-8-22
10-8-22
11-8-22
14-8-22
14-8-22
15-8-22
28-8-22
28-8-22
30-8-22
31-8-22
7-9-22
7-9-22
7-9-22
7-9-22
13-9-22
1-10-22
1-10-22
1-10-22
1-10-22
1-10-22
1-10-22
1-10  22
1-10-22
1-10  22
1-10-22
5-10 22
5-10-22
10-10-22
10-10-22
11-10-22
12-10-22
12-10-22
16-10-22
16-10-22
26-10-22
26-10 22
31-10-22
31-10-22
3-11-22
4-11-22
10-11-22
10-11-22
11-11-22
18-11-22
15-11-22
28-11-22
4-12-22
5-12-22
15-12-22
15-12 22
Donaldson, J. R. M.   .
Hird, J. A	
Couillard, H. E	
Brewer,   C.  V	
Maiden, Mrs. G. A. T.
Grant, N. H	
Mellon, Miss M. A.  . .
Cowan, Dr. H	
Dawley, II. B	
Bourque, J. A	
McVicker, F	
Hopkins, S. II	
McGuire,  C	
Doris, Miss G. M	
Dunn, Miss M. P.   . . .
Hallwright, H. E.   . . .
Munro, J. B	
Robson, W. G	
Hamilton, ,T. W. II.  . .
Mackay, D. H	
McPherson, Miss C. S.
Martin,  John   	
Hart, H. P	
McLean, Miss E	
Dicken, Miss R	
Sibbald, Miss M. B.  . .
Mole, H. P	
Hocking,   R	
Whitwell, Miss E. V.
Mcintosh, A. G	
Barker, C. R	
Arden,  A	
Dodd, Mrs. A. C	
Sturgeon, Mrs. H.
Turnbull,   W	
Dinsmore, B. C	
Mitchell, J	
Gaines, S. C	
St. Denis. L. G	
Gowen, C. N.,  Sr.   . . .
Carlyle, Miss J. M.
Moore,  Miss B.  M.   . .
Tyson, A. M	
Crowe, A.  F	
Myers, G. V. G	
Park, J. R	
Walker, Miss A	
Cameron, D. S	
Rankine, Mrs. L. G.   .
Greig, K	
Dallas, D. A.	
Hainsworth,   J	
Fehner, W. LeRoy . . .
Saunders, S. W. N.  . .
Williams, T. L	
Cusack, Miss F	
Smith, Miss B	
Bishop,   H	
Kent, Miss V. B	
Dorling, H	
Wilders, H.  S	
Water Rights, Victoria  	
Game Office	
Game Office	
Provincial P'olice   	
Mental Hosp., New Westminster
General	
B.C. Soldiers' Settlement	
Tranquille  Sanatorium   	
Provincial  Police   	
Sheriff's, Vancouver	
Forest, Vancouver  	
Agricultural Education  	
Government Agency, Vancouver
Government Agency,  Cranbrook
Water Rights, Victoria	
Agricultural Education  	
Agricultural Education   	
General	
Boys'  Industrial School  	
S. and C. Cts., Prince Rupert . .
Forest, Prince George  	
School Inspection	
Forest, Vancouver   	
Government Agency, Vernon ..
Government -Agency, Fernie  . . .
Treasury, Victoria  	
District Engineer, Cranbrook . .
Maintenance  Parliament  Bldgs.
Land Settlement Board	
S. and C. Cts., Vancouver  ....
L.R.O., Victoria   	
Provincial Police   	
Sub-Agency, Barkerville   	
Government Agency, Nelson . . .
Lumber Trade Commission  ....
Boys' Industrial School	
Oakalla Prison Farm	
ITorest, Vancouver   	
L.R.O.,   Nelson   	
Amusement Tax  	
Water Rights, Kelowna	
Mental Hosp., New Westminster
Forest, Prince Rupert	
Government Agency,  Cranbrook
Forest, Vancouver   	
L.R.O., Victoria   	
Forest, Prince Rupert	
Provincial Police  	
Normal School, Vancouver ....
General	
Government Agency, Cranbrook
Government -Agency, Vancouver
Government Agency, New West.
Government Agency, Quesnel  . .
Forest, Prince Rupert  	
Mental Hosp., New Westminster
General	
Provincial Police  	
Deaf and Blind School  	
Colony Farm, Essondale	
General  Administration   	
Lands   	
Attorney-General	
Attorney-General	
iVttorney-General  	
Provincial Secretary . ..
Lands   	
Lands   	
Provincial Secretary . . .
Attorney-General	
Attorney-General  	
Lands   	
Education  	
Finance	
Finance	
Lands   	
Education   	
Education  	
Lands   	
Provincial Secretary . . .
Attorney-General  	
Lands   	
Education  	
Lands   	
Finance	
Finance 	
Finance 	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Agriculture	
Attorney-General	
Attorney-General	
Attorney-General  	
Finance  	
Finance 	
Lands   	
Provincial Secretary . . .
Attorney-General  	
I ands   	
Attorney-General  	
Attorney-General 	
Lands   	
Provincial Secretary . . .
Lands   	
Finance  	
Lands   	
Attorney-General  	
Lands   	
Attorney-General	
Education   	
Education   	
Finance  	
Finance  	
Finance 	
Finance	
Lands   	
Provincial Secretary . . .
Public Works	
A ttorney-General	
Education   	
Provincial Secretary . . .
Lands 	
77
4
10
69
77
30
25
7 38
30 03
55 01
8 00
10 52
108 41
119 51
114 10
78 17
41 99
44 59
114 10
102 27
24 93
27 00
57 75
56 28
139 38
100 80
51 23
44 59
49 42
89 78
17 08
34 80
83 31
87 27
77 22
48 87
44 03
108 20
30 77
47 83
18 00
50 53
15 95
22 53
44 29
92 27
92 27
36 00
86 12
59 56
110 79
52 36
73 36
45 49
18 14
94 16
108 21
105 74
45 03
70 31
104 51
76 22
122 72
33 63 G 12
British  Columbia.
1923
SCHEDULE No. 4—Continued.
Refunds under Section 19, " Superannuation Act, 1921," from April 1st, 1922,
to March 31st, 1923—Continued.
Date of
Refund.
Name.
Office.
Department.
15-12-
16-12-
20-12
22-12-
27-12-
30-12-
30-12-
8-1-
9-1-
9-1-
13-1-
15-1-
15-1-
24-1-
25-1-
25-1-
25-1-
26-1-
29-1-
5-2-
8-2-
9-2-
16-2-
24-2-
2-3-
2-3-
2-3-
5-3-
5-3-
8-3-
10-3-
28-3-
Mansfleld,  Miss A.  G.
Hamilton, Miss C	
Jones, Miss E	
Sadler,  J.  H	
Buckell,  E. R	
Murphy, E. H	
Brae, F. D	
Taylor, H. N	
Frampton, Miss M. I.   .
Wickson, J. A	
King, F. J. A	
Lindblad, Miss R. C. M.
Morgan,  C.  G	
Pringle, Miss N. E.
Fetherston, S. D	
Bamford, A. R	
Robertson,   W	
Brown, C. A. A. C.   . . .
Hall,   Mrs.  Nellie   	
Wismer, W. J	
Powell, II. A	
Montgomery, F	
McLennan, Miss B.
Strang, A	
Watson, Miss A. M. II.
Johnson,  A	
Spiers,   J	
Stephen, Miss D. G.
Black, A. M	
Finlayson, Mrs. A. M.
Traves, C. W	
Anderson,  A.  D	
Total
Water Rights   	
Board of Health	
Mental Hosp., New Westminster
Survey Branch   	
Ent. and Research  	
Normal School, Vancouver ....
Purchasing Agent   	
Provincial Police   	
Prohibition	
Water Rights  	
S.C.R.,   Vancouver   	
District Engineer, Nelson	
Forest, Cariboo	
L.R.O., Prince Rupert  	
Water Rights   	
Survey Branch   	
Forest Branch   	
Forest Branch   	
Purchasing Agent	
Provincial Police   	
Forest, Kamloops	
Forest, Prince Rupert	
General	
Provincial Police   	
Land  Settlement Board   	
Government -<vgeney, Revelstoke
Government Agency, Vancouver
Forest, Prince Rupert	
Forest,  Nelson   	
General	
Poultry  Branch   	
Geographic  Branch   	
Lands   	
Provincial Secretary
Provincial Secretary
Lands	
Agriculture	
Education  	
Finance	
Attorney-General ...
Attorney-General  ...
Lands   	
Attorney-General .. .
rublic Works	
Lands   	
Attorney-General .. .
Lands   	
Lands  	
Lands   	
Lands   	
Finance	
Attorney-General ...
Lands	
Lands   	
Railways	
Attorney-General  .. .
Agriculture	
Finance  	
Finance	
Lands   	
Lands   	
Public Works	
Agriculture	
Lands   	
59 08
72 94
42 43
81 92
44 80
223 12
107 27
134 17
7 77
98 61
47 77
66 58
45 99
75 24
106 18
108 29
334 68
111  44
13 06
5  29
140 72
35 00
69 11
124 61
63 SO
143 18
34 20
54 60
212 82
80 75
131 77
106 48
$9,608 05
SCHEDULE  No.  5.
Refunds under Section 20, " Superannuation .\.ct, 1921," from April 1st, 1922,
to March 31st, 1923.
Date of
Refund.
Name.                   !                           Office.
Department.
Amount.
1
28-11-22   j Smith, Miss B. L	
1
General    Public  Works    |      $140 00
1
SCHEDULE  No.  6.
Refunds under Section 38, " Superannuation Act, 1921," from April 1st, 1922,
to March 31st, 1923.
Date   of
Refund.
Name.
Office.
Department.
Amount.
1
22-7-22   | Graham, E. C	
1
Attorney-General	
$48 44
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1923.

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