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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
NINTH ANNUAL EEPORT
OP   THE   BUSINESS   DONE   IN
PURSUANCE   OP   THE
Superannuation Act
FOR   THE
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31ST
1930
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OP THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1931.  The Honourable S. L. Howe,
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 1929-30.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
NORMAN BAKER,
Civil Service Commissioner. To His Honour Robert Randolph Bruce,
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 1929-30.
S. L. HOWE,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C. SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1929-30.
REPORT OF THE BUSINESS DONE IN PURSUANCE OP THE " SUPERANNUATION
ACT " DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1929-30.
Section 5.—Contributions were made by the employees of the British Columbia Government
of $162,059.19, by Municipal and School Board employees of $246,046.44, and by employees under
Part V. of $1,017.92.
Section 6.—On March 31st, 1930, 425 employees of the British Columbia Government, 952
Municipal employees, and 100 School Board employees were contributing more than 4 per cent.
Section 7.—Contributions were made by the Government, by the Cities and Municipalities,
and by the Employers under Part V. of a like amount to the contributions of their employees
respectively.
Section 9.—There were forty-one contributors making voluntary contributions pursuant lo
this section as at March 31st, 1930.
Section 10.—As at March 31st, 1930, an amount of $1,732,811.47 had been invested in guaranteed securities having a par value of $1,898,370.98.
Section 11.—Interest was credited at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum on September 30th,
1929, and March 31st, 1930, on the credit balances of the previous April 1st, 1929, and October
1st, 1929, 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 IS.— (1.) (a.) The sum of $38,524.21 was refunded under sections 18 and 19 to
employees of the British Columbia Government, and $9,232.99 to employees of the Cities and
Municipalities and School Boards, now operating under the provisions of the Act. Like amounts
were transferred from the British Columbia Government Employer's Account, the Cities and
Municipalities Employers' Accounts, and the School Boards Employers' Accounts to their,separate
accounts in the Special Reserve Fund.
(3.) The debit balance of the account of the British Columbia Government in the Special
Reserve Fund amounted to $296,818.22 on March 31st, 1930. Interest at the rate of 5 per cent,
per annum was charged on the debit balance of this account. Total debit balances of certain
City, Municipal, and School Board Special Reserve Accounts amounted to $1,031,414.54.
Section lJt.—Superannuation allowances were granted to 154 persons—22 British Columbia
Government employees, 120 Municipal employees, and 12 School Board employees.
Section 18.—Seventeen British Columbia Government employees, 8 Municipal employees, and
2 School Board employees died during the year and refunds were made to their legal representatives.
Section 19.—One hundred and thirty-one contributors, on leaving the Government Service,
secured refunds of the amount standing at their credit, also 126 Municipal and 5 School Board
employees, on leaving the service of their employer, secured a refund of the amount at their
credit in the Superannuation Fund.
Section 20.—One contributor who left the Government Service had made voluntary contributions under section 9, and secured a refund of these special contributions.
In presenting the Ninth Annual Report of the business done in pursuance of the " Superannuation Act," it will be noted that the number of contributors has greatly increased during
this fiscal year, there now being 6,235, as against 4,939 at March 31st, 1929, and 3,180 at March
31st, 1928. Similarly, with the number of superannuation allowances which have been granted,
the total number in force at March 31st, 1930, being 331, as against 173 at March 31st, 1929,
and 100 at March 31st, 1928.
AMENDMENTS ENACTED, MARCH, 1930.
During the 1930 session of the Legislature certain amendments were approved which in their
application will prove to be of vast importance to-employers and employees alike.
Section 5 was amended to permit of contributions being made upon the value of emoluments,
perquisites, or privileges incidental to the position held by the individual contributor.    This U 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
amendment will have the effect of increasing the amount of allowance to be granted the employee, and such increase should meet the factor of the loss of perquisites upon being retired and
superannuated.
Section 15k rewritten. This section as originally drafted provided that in the case of the
contributor who had been in the service of his employer for a period of not less than fifteen
years and who died in service, the widow, or a dependent who had been previously nominated,
would, upon application therefor, be entitled to a monthly allowance equivalent to the allowance
which the deceased contributor would have been granted had he been superannuated under the
Joint Life and Last Survivor Plan the day before he died.
The wording of this section in its application was having a peculiar effect in as far as the
widow or dependent of a contributor with only fourteen years' service or less was being denied
the benefit granted to the widow of the contributor with the minimum qualification of fifteen
years. Another peculiarity was that the allowances to be granted were to be calculated on the
Joint Life and Last Survivor Plan, although the one risk (the expectancy of the contributor) had
been removed. "We are pleased to report that the section was rewritten, eliminating the fifteen-
year qualification, and granting the widow or dependent an allowance based on the complete
service record of the deceased contributor and the expectancy of life of the beneficiary.
Sections 20a and 20b.—These sections are correlated and provide a privilege which to say
the least is rare if not unique, although quite in line with modern thought and opinion. Experience had shown that whereas a large majority of the employing agencies (Cities and Municipalities) throughout the Province had adopted the provisions of the Act, certain changes would
be necessary before it would be possible to reap the fullest benefits coincident with the adoption
of a sound retirement and pension scheme. One change seen to be necessary was the preservation of the pension benefits accruing to the individual if and when leaving the service of one
employer to enter the service of another employer, both employers having adopted the pension
scheme, and in this connection it is interesting to note the opinion expressed by the Royal
Commission appointed by the British Government to investigate the experience gained from the
administration by the " Local Government and other Officers' Superannuation Act, 1922." Under
the heading " Mobility " we read:—
" If the Local Government Service is to attract the best type of recruit, it must offer a career
to diligence, energy, and capacity. The service is split up among a great many authorities,
many of them very small, and even in the case of larger authorities, it is split up among a
number of departments between which transfer of staff is not usual or easy. It often happens,
therefore, that an ambitious employee who has gained experience which fits him for a post of
responsibility and has perhaps obtained a minor supervisory post sees no prospect of further
progress in the service of his original employer. If he can find an opening with another
authority only at the cost of abandoning superannuation rights which he has already acquired,
he is seriously handicapped.
" Similarly, as regards the employers, it is often difficult, especially perhaps in the case of
the smaller authorities (municipalities), to fill posts of responsibility by promotion from the
existing local staffs. But a local authority cannot draw candidates from the staffs of other
authorities, which have established superannuation schemes, if it has no such scheme itself, or
if there is no regular system of carrying rights of superannuation from one service to the other.
Its field of choice is undesirably limited.
" From the point of view of mobility it is increasingly important in the general interest of
Local Government Service to go on further, since it is not possible to go back. The restriction
of movement which must result from the absence of a measure of superannuation generally
applicable to the Local Government Service is unfavourable to efficiency in that service."
Sections 20a and 20b were written into the British Columbia " Superannuation Act " to
provide the necessary medium for the transfer of the employee from service to service and the
regulation of the contributions which have accrued on his behalf. While these two sections
provide for the transfer of Municipal employees, they are unique in so far that they also provide
for the transfer of the Municipal employee from the service of his employer into the service of
the British Columbia Government, and in like manner, for the transfer of the British Columbia
Government employee to the service of a City or Municipality which has adopted the provisions
of the British Columbia " Superannuation Act," the principle having been recognized that the
Government Service and the Municipal Service are one in Public Service. SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1929-30. U 7
Amendment to Section 33, Part II., being Subsection (e).—This amendment provides that a
member of the Provincial Police Force will become entitled to a superannuation allowance upon
attaining the age of 55 years. This change is consistent with the provisions of section 44 in
Part III. of the Act, which is applicable to the members of a Municipal Police Force.
Section 34 amended. Previous to this amendment, when calculating the amount of the additional allowance which may be granted to a Civil Servant upon retirement, on account, and in
recognition of, services rendered during the non-contributing period of service, it was necessary
to arrive at (as a basis) the average salary which had been earned by the individual prior to
April 1st, 1921 (in many cases a period of ten years), which meant a low average over the
period from April 1st, 1911, to March 31st, 1921, and in consequence a smaller amount of allowance in proportion to the salaries earnable in these later years.
In the case of the Municipal employees, to determine the same factor, " average salary," it
was necessary to base the average on the period of service either the full ten years, or whatever
the period happened to be if less than ten years, immediately prior to the date of the agreement
which is necessary before the provisions of the Act can be applied to the employees of a City or
Municipality, and as the Municipalities had refrained from adopting the provisions of the Act
for a number of years (during which time certain increases in salary had been granted periodically), the average salary in the case of the Municipal employee was very much higher than
that of the Civil Servant for this particular purpose. The discriminatory nature of section 34
was clearly apparent, and the amendment providing for the calculation of the average salary in
the case of the Civil Servant on the last ten years of service instead of as formerly was approved.
Subsection (2) of Section 3Jf is entirely new and provides a minimum allowance of $30 per
month on the Single Life Plan to the Civil Servant who is past age 65 upon retirement and who
has at least ten years' continuous service.
Section 41a is a new section and provides for the continuity of service of those members of
a Municipal Police Force who may be appointed to the Provincial Police Force upon the taking
charge of the policing of a Municipality, to which Part III. of this Act applies, by the Commissioner of the Provincial Police Force.
Section 41b is a new section and a very important one. The provision being that no superannuation allowance shall be granted to a Civil Servant on the Single Life Plan unless he has
proved to the satisfaction of the Commission that the maintenance of the relatives of the Civil
Servant who are dependent upon him for support will be provided for in the event of his prior
decease.
GENERAL REMARKS.
After careful study of the foregoing explanations and the report in detail, it will become
obvious to the reader that considerable time and thought has been brought to bear upon the
various problems continually arising and confronting the Commission in dealing with the
Government and Municipal services. The duties of the administrator have been lightened by
the splendid co-operative spirit evinced by the various Municipal officials (permanent and elective) when the necessity for discussion of individual problems has arisen, and in the necessary
collation of data covering the record of service of each contributor.
Before closing these remarks it becomes the duty of the Commission to sound a warning to
those employers retiring employees under section 44b and section 48b, and in the event of an
employee being declared unfit to carry on his duties in one department of Municipal service, the
Commission seriously recommends that every opportunity be investigated to the end that the
employee be transferred to another position in the service of his employer. The provisions of
the Act are entirely adequate to provide for the employee who becomes incapacitated provided
the expectancy of the individual is materially lessened, but where the disability is such that the
expectancy is not seriously endangered a liability is thrown on the Fund which has not been
contemplated nor provided for, and many cases of this kind would seriously affect the statutory
rights of the great number of contributors under the Act, and it is in order to protect the
majority of the employers and employees under the Act that this opportunity is taken to issue
the warning against any laxity when interpreting the disability clause in the " Superannuation
Act."
NORMAN BAKER,
Civil Service Commissioner. U 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SCHEDULES.
SCHEDULE No. 1.
Statement op Revenue and Expenditure for the Period April 1st, 1929, to March 31st, 1930.
Revenue.
Cash in Treasury, April 1st, 1929  $2,088,196.21
Contributions by British Columbia Government—
Employees   :  $162,059.19
Employer     162,059.19
Special Reserve       35,174.10
       359,292.48
Contributions by Cities, Municipalities, and School Boards as per Schedule 2—
Employees    $246,646.44
Employer  ,     246,640.44
Special Reserve        51,353.08
       544,645.96
Contributions under Part V.—
Employees         $1,017.92
Employer          1,017.92
  2,035.84
Voluntary contributions—
B.C. Government employees       $2,765.44
Municipal employees   421.18
  3,186.62
Interest paid by B.C. Government   $100,121.74
Less amount refunded          1,025.10
         99,096.64
Interest received on investments      $35,787.21
Interest accrued on investments       13,750.08
         49,537.29
Refund of accrued interest on investments (as per contra)   5,593.91
$3,151,584.95
Expenditure.
Refunds—
Section 18  $9,389.85
Section 19 _.        38,367.35
Section 20   141.52
Superannuation allowances—
B.C. Government   $60,153.76
Less amount refunded   30.80
      $60,122.96
Cities and Municipalities        81,392.20
School Boards   3,497.06
       145,012.22
Investment of funds in Government guaranteed securities—
Principal $1,105,529.37
Accrued interest  5,259.12
     1,110,788.49
Accrued interest on securities purchased (per contra)   5,593.91
Balance    1,842,291.61
$3,151,584.95 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1929-30. U 9
Balance-sheet as at March 31st, 1930.
Assets.
Cash in Treasury .  $1,828,541.53
Investment in Government guaranteed securities at cost—
Principal   $1,732,811.47
Accrued interest   5,259.12
    1,738,070.59
Accrued interest on investments          13,750.08
Special Reserve, section 13 (1), (a) and (6) —
British Columbia Government      $296,818.22
Cities and Municipalities         984,513.64
School Boards  '.         46,900.90
    1,328,232.76
Superannuation Allowance Accounts  $1,748,499.62
Less present value of allowances in force, March 31st, 1930—
British Columbia Government       $658,215.81
Municipalities      1,036,969.28
School Boards         52,982.49
 ■   1,748,167.58
Excess of book values of allowances over present values   332.04
$4,908,927.00
Liabilities.
Superannuation Allowance Accounts—
British Columbia Government      $677,791.40
Municipalities        1,018,641.19
School Boards         52,067.03
  $1,748,499.62
British Columbia Government—
Employees  $1,113,106.52
Employer     1,113,106.52
    2,226,213.04
Municipalities—
Employees  '.      $412,626.90
Employer       412,626.90
Special Reserve  6,107.76
School Boards—
Employees   $37,186.66
Employer  37,186.66
Special Reserve  1,332.67
Part V.—
Employees          $1,021.53
Employer t  1,021.53
Special contributions—;
B.C. Government employees        $24,340.18
Municipal employees  431.51
831,361.56
75,705.99
2,043.06
24,771.69
Surplus, being difference between present values of allowances in force, March 31st,
1930, and amount at credit of Superannuation Allowance Accounts  332.04
$4,908,927.00 U 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SCHEDULE No. 2.
Contributions by Cities, Municipalities, and School Boards from .April 1st, 1929, to
March 31st, 1930.
City, Municipality, or School Board.
Employees.
Employer.
Special Reserve.
City of Chilliwack                  	
$168.75
793.17
168.00
152.71
158.80
2,594.29
1,548.05
4,186.03
9,767.03
9,592.15
768.32
149,866.16
24,708.20
5,515.70
110.42
808.71
427.30
2,773.20
2,865.33
977.41
1,943.61
5.40
943.67
1,367.12
67.20
456.60
982.70
19,790.58
2,111.35
716.64
169.24
42.60
$168.75
793.17
168.00
152.71
158.80
2,594.29
1,548.05
4,186.03
9,767.03
9,592.15
768.32
149,866.16
24,708.20
5,515.70
110.42
908.71
427.30
2,773.20
2,865.33
977.41
1,943.61
5.40
943.67
1,367.12
67.20
456.60
982.70
19,790.58
2,111.35
716.64
169.24
42.60
$33.75
City of Cranbrook                 	
198.30
21.00
City of Enderby	
38.20
39.70
648.53
284.42
1.045.26
2,429.90
City of North Vancouver	
2,095.56
129.24
29,594.57
5,787.58
1,378.92
27.67
227.21
99.88
491.32
District of Oak Bay	
716.41
177.93
472.68
1.35
229.45
School Board of—
341.72
16.80
75.60
245.67
3,786.46
527.93
153.42
26.00
City of Fernie 	
10.65
Totals	
$246,646.44
$246,646.44
$51,353.08
Summary.
Contributions by employees   $246,646.44
Contributions by employers      246,646.44
Contributions to Special Reserve       51,353.08
Total  $544,645.96 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1929-30.
U 11
SCHEDULE No. 3.
Cities, Municipalities, and Boards op School Trustees which have filed with the Civil
Service Commission Agreements pursuant to Sections 43 and 47 adopting the Provisions
op Parts III. and IV. in respect of certain of their Employees as at March 31st, 1930.
City, Municipality, or School Board.
Date Agreement became
Effective.
Employees affected.
Cities.
Chilliwack	
Cranbrook	
Duncan	
Enderby	
Enderby	
Enderby	
Fernie	
Kamloops	
Kelowna	
Nelson	
New Westminster 	
North Vancouver	
Prince Rupert	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Districts.
Burnaby..-	
Chilliwhack	
Esquimalt....	
North Cowichan t	
North Vancouver	
North Vancouver	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Penticton	
Saanich	
Salmon Arm	
West Vancouver	
School Boards
District of Burnaby	
District of Chilliwhack	
City of Fernie	
City of New Westminster	
City of North Vancouver	
District of Oak Bay	
City of Vancouver	
District of North Vancouver...
City of Victoria	
January 1st, 1928     	
January 1st, 1929
May 1st, 1921	
January 1st, 1928    	
City Hall staff.
April 1st, 1929	
Outside staff.
February 1st, 1930	
Police Department.
January 1st, 1930..	
All employees.
December 24th, 1927	
February 1st, 1928       	
January 1st, 1928	
All employees.
August 1st, 1927	
All employees.
April 1st, 1928	
February 1st, 1929    	
All employees.
January 1st, 1928	
Police, Firemen, and City Hall staff
August 3rd, 1928	
May 1st, 1928	
Outside staff.
July 1st, 1928	
October 1st, 1928	
December 1st, 1928	
Police.
Outside staff.
City Hall staff.
April 1st, 1928	
April 1st, 1928	
January 1st, 1928	
All employees.
January 1st, 1928	
Police and City Hall staff.
July 23rd, 1928    	
September 1st, 1927	
Police and City Hall staff.
April 1st, 1928	
January 1st, 1928	
All employees.
March 1st, 1930	
January 1st, 1030	
February 1st, 1929    	
City Hall staff.
All employees.
Employees other than teachers.
Employees other than teachers.
Employees other than teachers.
Employees other than teachers.
Employees other than teachers.
Employees other than teachers.
April 1st, 1928	
January 1st, 1930    	
August 1st, 1928	
April 1st, 1929	
December 1st, 1929	
May 1st, 1928	
March 1st, 19->8	
May 1st, 1929	
Employees other than teachers.
Employees other than teachers.
Note.—The City of Vancouver absorbed as at January 1st, 1929, the Municipalities of South Vancouver
and Point Grey, which municipalties had filed with the Commission agreements adopting the provisions of the
Act in respect of all municipal employees and School Board employees other than teachers. U 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SCHEDULE No. 4.
Superannuation Allowances in Force as at March 31st, 1930, City, Municipal,
and School Board Employees.
Date
Effective.
Name.
City, Municipality, or
School Board.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
•Present
A'alue.
1-3-30
Cities.
Bailey, R. N.
S.L.
Guar. 15 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar.  5  yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
.   S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
$33.26
18.40
13.97
60.82
34.80
57.38
106.32
31.40
23.73
87.61
88.36
41.92
45.24
21.19
93.85
34.54
16.00
28.53
73.05
19.46
26.07
33.41
57.20
42.30
47.97
79.79
■59.67
11.66
21.65
22.65
17.60
40.68
47.80
21.90
141.70
33.68
34.90
70.59
12.52
26.72
263.95
40.42
37.47
121.08
14.40
16.81
98.50
42.97
77.04
28.82
97.90
13.43
32.29
39.08
112.00
57.93
53.33
40.34
11.85
$3,783.66
1-1-30
3,128.74
1-7-29
1,047.75
1-1-28
Lee, R. H.
5,386.22
1-6-29
Miles,  R.
Kamloops	
3.081.89
1-5-28
Pitcher, F. W.
6,107.53
1-1-30
Shackleton, T   A   C
9,415.70
21-5-29
Thomas, R. W	
Kelowna	
6.288.79
19-2-29
Ebbs, W.
1,198.84
1-6-29
Blackburn, W. S.
7,453.86
1-6-29
Bradshaw, G. T.
8,450.75
1-9-28
Broad, F	
New Westminster	
New AA'estminster	
New Westminster.	
5,171.25
1-5-29
Burnett, D. D...
6,487.41
1-6-99
Campbell, H. T... .
2,519.91
1-6-29
3,648.88
1-6-29
3,427.75
1-6-29
2,432.64
1-5-29
Halliwell,   R.
5,621.55
1-6-29
5,478.75
1-6-29
Mitchell, N.
2,071.32
1-6-29
McDougall, D. K	
New Westminster.-.	
New Westminster	
2,849.97
1-11-27
McRory, J. T.                  	
5.877.48
1_1_30
Pentland   E   J
6,925.78
l_6-29
Press, F   AA7
4,659.77
1-6-29
New AA'estminster	
7.022.80
1-6 29
6,788.53
1-9 28
New Westminster	
6,286.83
1-6-29
New Westminster	
1,032.61
13 12 28
1,486.06
25-7-29
North A'aneouver	
2,908.26
Hill, E	
Holdsworth   W
2,893.44
1-9-29
4,481.31
1-7-28
AVeir, Wm.
5,787.62
1-3-29
Adair, AV. A	
A'aneouver	
1,369.18
1-2-29
16,119.79
1  6  29
Banham, R. J	
2,416.87
27-5-29
2,504.42
1-4 30
Blair  G   H
8,030.32
1   11  29
Bransfleld,   D
745.19
1 4 29
2,651.69
16-1-29
Carlisle, J. H	
A'aneouver	
22,456.86
1 8 29
6,198.81
1  1  29
Chiffence   F   G
2,810.25
1  10 28
Cleg"   A
11.044.20
1-5-29
A'aneouver	
Vancouver	
1,275.26
16-4-29
1,999.04
1 2 29
Craig   J
11,205.36
- 29-7 29
Davidson, R. A	
Deacon, J. II	
8,317.27
•    1-8 29
10.455.87
1  12 28
2,433.27
8 3 28
Duncan, II	
19,407.70
1  2 30
1.189.36
1_1_30
2,971.97
1-4-30
4.018.98
1_4_30
Flovd   H
12,337.92
15-3 30
10,364.84
1_7_28
Ford, B. T.                        	
7,615.52
1-11  28
4,148.56
1  10 29
Goldsbv,  Wm	
968.38
	 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1929-30.
U 13
Superannuation Allowances, City, Municipal, and School Board Employees—Continued.
Date
Effective.
6-3-29
1-2-30
1-3-30
1-11-29
1-5-29
1-3-30
1-2-30
1-4-30
1-3-29
1-9-28
1-4-29
1-2-29
1-3-29
1-4-30
1-2-29
1-2-29
1-2-29
1-4-29
10-4-28
1-2-29
1-2-29
1-1-29
1-8-29
1-10-28
1-8-29
1-2-30
1-9-29
1-8-29
21-5-29
1-5-29
1-3-30
1-4-30
7-0-28
1-2-29
1-1-80
1-2-29
1-2-29
23-4-28
1-4-30
1-2-30
1-1-29
15-12-28
1-6-29
1-2-30
1-1-29
1-4-29
23-10-27
1-10-28
1-1-29
1-4-30
1-1-29
1-3-29
1-9-29
1-8-29
1-2-29
1-11-28
7_11_28
1-2-30
1-4-30
1-11-28
1-0-29
1-4-30
City, Municipality, or
School Board.
Cities—Continued.
Goodwin, H	
Grant, T. A	
Griffin, J	
Gunderson,  J	
Harris, Mrs. L. D	
Heasman, S	
Hedberg, J	
Hetherington, J	
Hillier, L. O	
Hodson, Wm	
Holley, J. A	
Hunt, AV	
Isbister, J	
Jackson,  E	
Jackson, J	
Kent, G	
Kewley, F	
Kuner,  AV.  A	
LaFave, T. E t	
Leatherdale. D. M	
Lee, G. W	
Legh, R. H	
Lewis, C. E	
Macaulay, R. H 	
Macdonald, A	
Marino, C	
Mill, C	
Mills, H. J	
Mitchell, J. E	
McCall, AV	
McCall, AV. G	
McDonald, D. G	
McDonald, J. A	
Macintosh, D. D	
Mcintosh, D. A....	
McLaren,  J	
McLean, J. M  	
McLeod, M	
Nicol. J  	
Nightingale, R...	
Nunn, G. H 	
Parkinson, T	
Pitts,   AV	
Priest, E	
Read, S    	
Richardson, T. W	
Riley, W. T	
Romang, J	
Rushton, AV. T...	
Scott, A. J	
Sharp, N	
Slack,  J	
Sin ton,  J,...	
Smele, A. J	
Smith,   A	
Somerton, A. E....	
Spain,  C 	
Stables, AV	
Stewart, J	
Stewart, M	
Stewart, AV. P	
Stuart,  J	
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
Vancouver...
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
Vancouver...
Vancouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
A'ancouve"...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
Vancouver.
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
A'aneouver...
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
Vaneouve
A'ancouve".
A'aneouver...
Vancouver...
Van coir/"
A'aneouver...
A'ancouve-
A'ancouve"
A'ancouve"
A'ancouve"
A'ancouve '
A'ancouve '
A'ancouve"
Vaneouve
Van ecu V"
Vancou'.'"
Vaneouve
A'ancfur
J.L
J.L
L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
L. and L.S.
L. and L.S.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
L. and L.S.
L. and L.S.
S.L. (AV.)
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L,
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
and L.S.
and L.S.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
Amount
per
Month.
$16.54
38.98
13.17
35.71
52.83
38.82
10.21
28.08
68.36
62.65
41.57
57.65
38.11
34.98
125.22
26.17
31.20
69.15
43.07
155.95
79.62
19.53
6.02
98.22
8.52
33.25
28.55
51.06
98.89
21.43
27.03
8.70
71.22
131.20
31.34
49.15
100.32
27.92
27.02
48.00
22.30
24.18
86.45
6.12
40.49
30.20
53.90
112.83
04.19
67.40
21.01
35.94
10.42
9.88
74.37
26.00
20.75
18.23
105.82
31.30
63.92
••27.80
Present
A'alue.
$2,353.97
3,054.47
1,212.17
2,798.24
6,301.56
4,276.41
1,749.59
2,486.76
10,713.38
11,570.20
6,514.85
4.904.86
3,919.23
3,007.83
12,877.62
4,384.00
6,727.97
10,604.84
10,403.99
16,599.31
11,656.36
2,320.16
663.16
7,696.52
1,804.54
4,269.30
2,429.03
8,829.29
14,477.50
2,036.70
4,787.55
1,141.09
13,452.03
14,925.31
3,565.24
2.783.85
9,233.76
0.184.84
2.208.86
5,921.28
2,700.08
3,171.45
7,956.85
796.82
2,652.90
3,471.55
6,862.55
9,992.22
6,370.21
9,624.72
1,933.76
4,088.53
922.80
1,101.96
10,620.03
4,215.12
2.721.57
3,567.98
10,882.53
6,058.43
5.660.75
7.238.59 U 14
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Superannuation Allowances, City, Municipal, and School Board Employees—Continued.
Date
Effective.
Name.
City, Municipality, or
School Board.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
Present
Value.
1-3-30
1-8-29
1-10-29
1-3-30
1-11-29
1-3-30
1-4-30
1-4-30
1-4-30
1-1-29
5-12-28
1-1-30
1-4-29
1-5-29
1-9-29
1-5-29
1-1-30
1-5-29
1-7-28
1-8-29
1-10-28
1-12-29
1-5-29
1-5-29
1-8-29
1-5-29
1-5-29
1-11-29
1-5-29
1-5-29
1-11-29
1-6-29
1-11-29
1-5-29
1-7-28
1-12-29
1-5-29
1-1-30
1-10-29
31-12-28
1-4-29
1-3-29
1-2-29
23-2-30
1-5-29
1-12-28
1-5-29
1-8-29
1-8-29
1-5-29
1-5-29
1-1-30
1-5-29
1-5-29
1-9-29
1-5-29
1-5-29
1-5-29
1-5-29
1-5-29
1-8-29
Cities—Continued.
Sutherland, A	
Thompson, W. M	
Thomson, J. G	
Tudor, H	
Vince, W. A	
Watt, Wm	
Webb, G	
Weir, A	
White,  J	
Zazzarino, J	
Allan, J. G.	
Allen,  C	
Andrews,  G.  W	
Bayley,  T.   T	
Blackstock, M	
Bradley, E. W	
Browning, C	
Burns, J. D	
Cameron, W. G	
Carson,   T	
Chisholm, R	
Clare, G. R	
Clarke, W. H	
Clayards, Mrs. J. M	
Cleator, T. H	
Clements, J. R	
Crossman, W	
Davies,   E	
Dicks, W. H	
Farrand, T	
Forster, J. G	
Gibson,   A.-	
Green, W. J	
Hall, J	
Henry, F. L	
Hodges, T. H	
Holt, J. H	
Lane, H. C	
Lewis, Mrs.  E	
Littlefleld, F. J	
Lorimer, W. A...	
Mitchell,  II	
McGregor,  W	
Mclntyre, H	
Nixon,  J	
O'Meara,  A	
Pollard, Wm. L	
Price, A. G	
Pusey, L	
Richardson, W	
Roberts, W	
Salisbury,   J	
Sherk, A	
Stark, G. J. M	
Strange, S	
Taylor, F	
Tysoe, S	
Whiting, J	
Williams, J. N	
Wood, A	
Young, A. M	
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver-
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
A'ictoria	
Victoria	
Victoria.	
Victoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
Victoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
Victoria	
Victoria.	
Victoria	
A'ictoria	
Victoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria.	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria-	
Victoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
A'ictoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria ,
Victoria	
A'ictoria	
Victoria	
A'ictoria	
J.L.
J.L.
I
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.   (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
nd L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L
J.L
J.L.
$46.29
51.06
51.80
28.86
20.83
32.90
30.00
95.57
19.09
12.84
33.27
42.27
42.31
50.25
85.90
95.04
3.26
74.35
21.24
99.60
38.82
28.07
41.84
31.58
30.26
67.70
20.27
39.88
44.04
37.40
55.93
117.20
33.35
22.49
64.15
73.85
28.50
50.90
10.72
48.02
44.02
25.13
16.55
21.95
24.82
75.12
30.15
80.25
94.00
24.73
24.55
19.68
30.47
22.22
46.88
46.47
30.34
28.64
23.10
81.75
53.37
$8,421.08
9,654.96
4,587.41
3,674.46
2,294.63
3,624.26
1,875.60
10,527.99
2,529.04
1,006.14
3,181.94
7,575.88
7,565.03
3,605.94
10,720.32
18,088.00
528.S7
7,110.83
1,457.91
8,139.31
7,234.50
4,008.40
3,138.00
4,263.30
2,894.06
5,304.97
1,656.46
5,192.38
3,160.31
3,056.33
9,671.42
7,678.94
4,038.02
2,069.98
7,067.31
8.675.90
2,930.94
5.607.14
912.06
7,364.34
7.136.52
4,538.48
1,523.26
1,867.51
2,284.43
6.391.21
2,163.56
8,541.81
10,005.36
2,020.93
3,063.84
3,270.82
1,996.39
1,455.85
5,850.62
3,189.70
1,987.98
2,036.02
2.796.95
7,524.27
4,912.17 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1929-30.
U 15
Superannuation Allowances, City, Municipal, and School Board Employees—Continued.
Date
Effective.
Name.
City, Municipality, or
School Board.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
Present
Value.
9-9-29
1-5-29
1-4-29
1-6-28
1-7-28
1-3-29
1-1-30
8-5-29
8-5-29
1-9-29
6-12-28
1-10-28
1-6-29
19-2-28
1-11-28
1-4-29
1-3-30
1-3-30
1-7-29
1-7-29
1-7-29
1-11-29
1-7-29
1-11-29
1-7-29
1-5-29
1-3-29
1-1-30
1-3-30
1-11-29
1-9-29
Districts.
Coulter,  D	
Williams, R	
Harding,  H. J	
Webb, C. W	
Richmond, Wm	
Witmer, A	
Dirom, W. L	
Bandiera, V	
Chreseson,  J	
Eskrick, T	
Sykes, E	
Fowler, R	
Freethy, W. R	
Kemp, J	
Kirby, H. W	
Girling, G. G	
Irvine, J	
Jaekman, S. J	
School Boards.
Barlow,  J '.	
Croston, T. B	
Doig, W. M	
Grisenthwaite, J	
Ivany, J	
Kelly, W. T	
Lord, ,7. F. P	
Mclntyre, J	
Reith,   W	
Adam, Mrs. .7. S	
Armstrong, Wm ....
Davies, Mrs. E	
Kinsey, Mrs. J	
Burnaby	
Burnaby	
Chilliwhack	
Chilliwhack	
Esquimalt	
Esquimalt	
North Cowichan..
North Vancouver.
North Vancouver.
North Vancouver.
North Vancouver.
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Saanich	
Saanich	
Saanich	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Victoria	
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
and L.S.
and L.S.
and L.S.
and L.S.
and L.S.
and L.S.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
$7.93
20.52
43.42
46.06
18.60
25.10
17.37
20.02
17.39
9.81
17.44
58.15
17.49
21.30
24.60
39.24
39.58
50.38
$729.88
1,962.53
5,257.29
3,764.02
1,582.48
1,569.25
2,442.92
4,088.88
3,038.38
1,851.74
3,114.08
5,073.00
2,726.34
2,274.84
1,845.00
3,206.69
3,927.92
5,362.45
M57.60
$1,036,969.28
$31.30
45.18
64.04
40.13
33.09
66.83
29.85
20.70
43.16
17.52
25.94
11.21
42.33
$471.28
$2,050.77
5,719.79
6,816.41
3,693.56
2,481.75
5,918.46
4,986.14
3,548.15
7,830.95
1,801.75
3,887.89
1,072.12
3,174.75
$52,982.49 U 16
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SCHEDULE No. 5.
Superannuation Allowances in Force as at March 31st, 1930, British Columbia
Government Employees.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
Present
Value.
1-4-
1-4-
1-4-
1-4-
1-7-
1-4-
1-4-
1-6-
1-7-
4-3-
1-4-
1-6-
1-6-
1-5-
1-1-
1-9-
1-4-
1-7-
1-4-
1-11-
1-4-
1-4-
1-4-
1-4-
1-5-
1-5-
1-5-
1-4-
1-8
1-6
1-4-
1-6-
1-1-
1-4-
1-1
1-4-
1-3-
1-12-
1-5-
1-3-
1-7-
1-4-
16-7-
4-8-
1-10-
1-4-
1-4-
1-4-
1-5-
1-4-
1-4-
1-12-
1-4-
1-11-
16-9-
1-11-
1-12-
1-4-
1-4-
1-5-
11-5-
1-4-
-_!>
■251
■291
■241
-29
-30
-29
-25
-29
-29
-27
-26
-22
-26
-23 [
Allardyce, T	
Almond,  S.  R	
Anderson,  G	
Armstrong, J. F. ..
Arthur, Dr. E. C.
Baird,   J	
Bamford, T	
Bayne, Miss M. W.
Beckwith, W. S. ..
Bennie, Mrs. J. G.
Bowden, J. L	
Bowman, T. M	
Briggs, A.  J	
Brooke, H. C. B. ..
Bunting, J. F. B.
Burgess, T. A	
Callaghan,   J	
Cambridge, J. J. ..
Campbell, C.  S	
Campbell, P. J	
Carne,  F	
Carter, W. O	
Clark,  J. R	
Clint, J	
Clyde, F. C	
Corfleld,   W.  F	
Cox, D. G	
Cullin,  W.  II	
Curtis, J. E	
Davies, A. A	
Davies, P. J	
Devonshire,   G	
Dunbrack, L. G. ..
Dunlop,  J.	
Durrell,   J.   N	
Evans, A. M	
Evans. L.- W	
Fawcett, Miss
Ferguson,   E	
Fitzgerald, E	
Fletcher, C	
Flett,  J 	
Fox, J	
Fraser, F. 	
Galbraith, D. A.
Garrett, A —
Goepel, W. J	
Granger, R. T. E
Hall, J	
Hanson, R. E. ...
Hargie, J	
Hepburn,   W	
Hewton,  W	
Hodgins,  A.  E.
Hood,   A	
Hunter II	
C.  M.
J.L.
J.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
Guar.  5  yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
Guar. 15 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
Guar.   5   yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
Guar.   5   yrs.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
f J.L. and L.S
{       S.L.
Huntley,  Mrs.   S | S.L.
Johnson, W. F ' J.L. and L.S.
Jones. G. B ! S.L.
Laughton, D  S.L.
Leonard, G    Guar. 5 yrs.
Macdonald, C - -     J.L. and L.S.
$58.55
96.72
18.67
165.16
17.77
59.43
163.00
19.55
28.18
46.05
41.36
62.14
46.86
82.68
2.30
26.70
23.64
143.67
137.35
53.12
17.65
58.00
25.06
60.12
28.48
18.09
77.34
127.14
24.56
38.01
19.55
6.06
54.42
84.03
39.58
25.39
24.22
36.34
29.73
57.50
48.95
10.82
21.6."
54.63
60.00
64.16
247.55
162.9S
56.42
37.77
32.01
26.98
30.00
50.03
124.68
50.00
74.94
27.80
57.10
66 62
33.23
17 72
50..°"
$4,587.98
7,254.00
1,606.04
8,026.78
1,392.46
10,312.30
15,002.52
2,712.35
2,786.85
1,050.17
4,253.46
6,390.48
2,275.94
9,405.67
228.25
4,733.28
1,851.65
15,292.23
13,630.61
9,899.44
1,383.05
9,323.18
2,392.91
4,711.00
5,394.17
1,968.92
6,849.23
10,814.51
3,126.98
3,635.27
1,499.09
378.87
5,006.05
2,441.27
4,721.10
1,586.13
3.083.69
5,041.08
2,429.53
6,396.30
4.857.80
847.84
1.917.32
6.358.93
7,759.01
5,457.88
19.919.63
13,862.22
4.810.50
2,059.66
2,761.82
2,201.53
1,501.74
4,784.87
14,183.59
6,246.00
6,375.90
3,102.48
7.043.85
4.777.78
3.297.74
1.877.61
6 345.94 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1929-30.
U 17
Superannuation Allowances, British Columbia Government Employees—Continued.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
Present
Value.
1-5-29
1-11-29
1-11-27
15-6-27
1-4-23
1-7-22
1-4-26
1-8-24
1-4-22
1-4-29
1-4-30
1-12-29
1-8-29
1-4-22
1-6-27
1-4-23
1-4-25
1-7-22
1-11-25
16-11-29
1 6-28
1-2-30
1-4-26
1-9-29
1-7-28
1-2-26
1-4-25
1-5-23
1-12-25
1-4-25
1-4-24
1-2-29
22-4-25
1-6-23
1-2-26
1-8-25
1-1-23
1-10-29
16-7-29
1-10-24
1-10-29
1-2-25
1-11-27
1-9-24
1-3-30
1-1-22
1-4-30
1-1-29
1-12-28
10-1-26
1-5-23
1-5-25
1-3-28
1-6-22
Madigan, G. O	
Marshal, J. F	
Menzies,   A	
Merrill,  Miss M.  B. ...
Mogee, A	
Morley, H. A. S	
Morrison,   J.   W	
Morshead, F	
Moseley,   L	
Mouat, A. N	
Mudge, C	
Murray, J	
McArthur, E	
McCabe,  M.  II.  	
McDonald, A. R	
McGregor,  J	
McKercher, A	
McLean, Mrs. It	
McPhee,   J	
Naden, G. R	
Newell,  R.,   Sr	
Nelson, H. S	
Norris, L	
North, S	
Peck,  J	
Felly, J	
Philips,  F. M	
Pottinger,   J	
Preston,  J. A	
Price, A. H	
Robertson, W. C	
Sayer,   J	
Seymour,  E.  J	
Shakespeare,  F. N.  E.
Shaw, E. J. C	
Smith, C. F	
Stanton,  II	
Starr, A. E	
Stedham, E. G	
Stenson, R. J	
Stinchcombo, E. B	
Tolmie, R. F	
Townley, T. O	
Trepoff,   Miss   S.
Umbach, J. E. ...
Webb, C. N	
Webster, R ,
Weston, S. F	
White, J. L	
Whitfield,  G	
Williams, R. T. .
Wilmot, H. F. ...
Wintemute,  I	
Young, R. H	
Totals   .
J.L.
J.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
Guar. 20 yrs.
S.L,
J.L. and L.S.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
and L.S.
S.L.
and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
f J.L. and L.S
|       S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
Guar. 10 yrs.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
$127.74
57.62
17.35
26.50
16.61
169.39
48.60
17.50
19.05
129.19
50.68
13.50
16.28
17.34
19.05
129.17
36.52
68.88
28.22
105.51
27.21
29.67
154.37
32.66
163.33
17.97
40.07
141.11
19.74
28.73
24.42
42.85
21.66
94.87
12.54
19.66
103.29
23.48
11.40
52.63
74.44
277.8'9
50.00
111.37
24.76
77.30
25.95
51.59
22.54
60.00
18.15
72.81
81.70
58.42
17.07
$6,702.35
$15,758.00
5,718.21
2,258.97
4,154.66
988.63
8,679.54
4,133.18
1,799.70
819.84
13,283.84
4,847.03
1,231.20
1,750.42
1,358.76
2,308.86
4,313.12
2,738.25
9,747.90
2,710.58
11,622.98
2,569.71
4,959.64
14,208.21
5,067.52
18,031.63
1,912.73
3,832.29
8,597.38
2,586.47
1,546.89
1,451.69
4,113.60
1,989.81
9,859.53
1,426.55
2,165.74
13,547.52
3,169.80
1,339.27
8,841.84
10,049.40
23,642.88
6,600.00
11,052.36
1,176.57
13,413.09
2,762.12
5,683.15
924.00
7,747.20
1,676.46
4,490.90
7,522.43
10,718.90
1,118.43
$658,215.8r U 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SCHEDULE No. 6.—SUPERANNUATION FUND.
Schedule op Investments as at March 31st, 1930.
Particulars.
Date of
Maturity.
Par Value.
Book A'alue.
Alberta & Great Waterways & Rly. Co., 1st Mortgage Gold Debenture Bonds 	
Burrard Drydock Co., Ltd., 1st Mortgage Serial
Bonds 	
Canadian National Rlys., Dominion Guaranteed
Bonds 	
Canadian National (West Indies) Steamships, Ltd.,
Dominion Guaranteed 	
Canadian Northern Rly., Debenture Stock 	
Canadian Northern Ontario Rly., 1st Mortgage
Stock  	
Grand Trunk Rly., Perpetual Consolidated Debenture Stock 	
Grand Trunk Rly., Guaranteed Stock 	
Grand Trunk Rly., Perpetual Stock, Grand Trunk
Borrowed Capital 	
Grand Trunk Rly., Perpetual Debenture Stock,
Great Western Borrowed Capital 	
Grand Trunk Northern Rly., Perpetual Debenture
Stock   	
Greater A'aneouver Water District 	
Kamloops 	
Montreal Harbour Commissioners 	
Nelson    -.	
Penticton, District of 	
Saskatchewan	
Saskatchewan, 30-year Farm Loan Bonds 	
Trail   	
Trail 	
Vancouver    - ....
Vernon _.	
Vernon  -	
5
5
5
5
3%
3%
4
4
Jan. 1, 1959....
1945-52	
Feb. 1, 1954....
March 1, 1955
July 20, 1958.
May 19, 1961...
Sept. 1, 1969...
July 31, 1954..
Nov. 1, 1969....
July 15, 1949..
March 1, 1954.
Nov. 1, 1959....
Jan. 1, 1960	
June 1, 1947...
June 1, 1948...
June 1, 1969...
June 1, 1949...
July, 1, 1949...
$27,000.00
74,263.18
123,000.00
25,000.00
24,333.33
48,666.66
540,618.49
209,266.65
92,967.91
116,035.90
40,738.86
65,000.00
52,500.00
25,000.00
70,000.00
40,000.00
25,000.00
50,000.00
11,000.00
17,980.00
175,000.00
20,000.00
25,000.00
$26,410.00
72,908.72
123,000.00
25,000.00
18,493.33
36,037.66
456,250.77
170,972.06
92,625.99
115,759.79
32,250.42
63,349.00
50,620.50
24,812.50
66,976.00
37,860.00
24,937.50
49,750.00
10,395.00
17,145.73
173,687.50
19,364.00
24,205.00
$1,898,370.98
$1,732,811.47
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1931.
625-1230-3356

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