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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF   THE   BUSINESS   DONE   IN
PURSUANCE   OF   THE
Superannuation Act
FOR   THE
YEAE ENDED MAECH 31ST
1929
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1929.  To His Honour Robebt Randolph Bruce,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Youb Honour :
The undersigned respectfully submits the Report of the business done in pursuance of the
" Superannuation Act " during the fiscal year 1928-29.
S. L. HOWE,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C. 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 1928-29.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
NORMAN BAKER,
Civil Service Commissioner. SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1928-29.
Report of the business done in pursuance of the " Superannuation Act " during the fiscal
year 1928-29.
Section 5.—Contributions were made by the employees of the British Columbia Government
of $154,346.29, and by Municipal and School Board employees of $179,538.51.
Section 6.—On March 31st, 1929, 352 employees of the British Columbia Government, 770
Municipal employees, and 90 School Board employees were contributing more than 4 per cent.
Section 7.—Contributions were made by the Government and by the Cities and Municipalities of a like amount to the contributions of their employees respectively.
Section 9.—There were forty contributors taking advantage of this section to make
voluntary contributions on March 31st, 1929.
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.
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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 $40,085.70 was refunded under sections 18, 19, and 39 to
employees of the British Columbia Government, and $4,037.04 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 $149,740.26 on March 31st, 1929. 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 $424,445.22.
Section 1J[.—Superannuation allowances were granted to seventy-seven persons, nine British
Columbia Government employees, sixty-seven Municipal employees, and one School Board
employee.
Section 18.—Five Government employees and four Municipal employees died during the
year and refunds were made to their legal representatives.
Section 19.—One hundred and fifty-two contributors, On leaving the Government Service,
secured refunds of the amount standing at their credit, also eig-hty-seven Municipal and five
School Board employees, on leaving the service of their employer, secured a refund of the
amount at their credit in the fund.
Section 20.—Two contributors who left the Government Service had made voluntary contributions under section 9, and secured a refund of these special contributions.
Section 32.—The Act was declared to apply to the following: General Foremen, Public
Works Department, Order in Council No. 329-1928.
Section 39.—The amount to the credit of one contributor was dealt with pursuant to the
provisions of this section.
Sections JtS, 1ft.—Certain Cities, Municipalities, and Boards of School Trustees adopted the
provisions of Parts III. and IV.
November, 1929.
In presenting the Eighth Annual Report of the business done in pursuance of the " Superannuation Act," I would like to point out the steadily increasing number of City, Municipal, and
School Board authorities who are coming under the operation of the Act, and who are
participating in the benefits thereof. This fact can be more easily appreciated when it is noted
that during this fiscal year (1928-29) the number of contributors has increased from 1,281 to
2,945, and to this number must be added the number of contributors (1,994) in the service of
the Government, making a total in all of 4,939 contributors.    Of this number, 1,212 are con- W 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
tributing at a higher rate than the minimum of 4 per cent., and some forty employees are
contributing voluntarily under section 9.
Amendment enacted, March, 1929.—Consequent upon amendment to section 45, Part III.,
and section 49, Part IV., the basis of calculation of allowances to be granted on account of
services rendered by an employee prior to the date of the application of the Act was changed
from one seventy-fifth to one-fiftieth, a considerable increase, producing in the case of a long-
service employee a superannuation allowance very much more in proportion to the amount of
his salary at retirement.
I would again emphasize the fact that it is the desire of the Commission that any contributor anxious to secure information in connection with his or her own particular circumstances, regarding matters affecting superannuation, should seek the advice of the Commission,
which will at all times be readily available.
NORMAN BAKER,
Civil Service Commissioner.
SCHEDULES.
SCHEDULE No. 1.
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Period April 1st, 1928, to March 31st, 1929.
Revenue.
Cash in Treasury, April 1st, 1928   $1,540,921.98
Contributions by British Columbia Government—
Employees        154,346.29
Employer         154,346.29
Special Reserve          33,239.24
Contributions by cities, municipalities, and School Beards as per Schedule 2—
Employees   $179,538.51
Employer <     179,538.51
Special Reserve       37,100.04
        396,177.06
Voluntary contributions, section 9   14,635.88
Interest paid by British Columbia Government   78,570.00
Refund of accrued interest on new investments        ,154,197.31
Interest received on investments        20,413.85
Interest accrued on investments          6,167.95
         30,779.11
$2,403,015.85
Expenditure.
Refunds—
Section 18 !  $4,884.03
Section 19   38,730.84
Section 20  .'.  148.43
Section 39 ■-  507.87
Superannuation allowances   67.5S9.24
Investment of funds in Government guaranteed securities—
Principal     196,791.28
Balance  2,094,364.16
$2,403,015.85 SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1928-29. W 7
Balance-sheet as at March 31st, 1929.
As
Cash in Treasury  $2,088,196.21
Investment in Government guaranteed securities at cost—
Principal           627,282.10
Accrued interest on investments  6,167.95
Special Reserve, section 13 (1)  (a) and (6) —
British Columbia Government         149,740.20
Municipal    '.       419,657.33
School  Boards      4,787.89
Deficit, being difference between present value of allowances in force March 31st,
1929, and amount at credit of Superannuation Allowance Accounts  3,575.69
$3,299,407.43
Liabilities.
Superannuation Allowance Accounts—
British Columbia Government  $435,018.72
Municipalities     458,185.33
School Boards        7,327.34
      $900,531.39
t British Columbia Government—
Employees    $974,184.16
Employer  ,     974,184.16
 1,948,368.32
Municipalities—
Employees    $198,898.78
Employer     198,898.78
Special Reserve ....: :        4,881.47
        402,679.03
School Boards—
Employees       $11,644.73
Employer       11,644.73
Special Reserve   320.75
         23,610.21
Special contributions          20,642.79
Present value of allowances in force March 31st, 1929—
British  Columbia  Government   $433,710.83
Municipalities       463,151.91
School Boards           7,244.34
$904,107.08
Less Superannuation Allowance Accounts     900,531.39
Excess of present values of allowances over book values   3,575.69
$3,299,407.43 W 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SCHEDULE No. 2.
Contributions by Cities, Municipalities, and School Boards from April 1st, 1928, to
March 31st, 1929.
City, Municipality, or School Board.
Employees.
Employer.
Special Reserve.
$153.75
$153.75
$30.75
210.44
210.44
56.66
102.00
162.00
20.25
04.54
04.54
23.64
2,769.92
2,769.92
692.57
1,535.82
1,535.8-2
259.94
4,157.65
4,157.65
1,039.44
8,011.13
8,911.13
2,227.69
7,938.46
7,938.46
1,851.45
131.32
131.32
21.54
103,232.47
103,232.47
10,365.21
13,973.28
13,973.28
3,300.32
5,211.63   .
5,211.63
1,302.93
177.88
177.88
44.46
860.06
860.06
215.03
387.30
387.30
65.98
2,414.31
2,414.31
432.71
2,493.03
2,493.03
623.24
1,021.12
1,021.12 .
188.29
5,737.81
5,737.81
1,434.14
1,780.24
1,780.24
441.74
4,397.95
4,397.95
1,057.64
230.70
230.70
57.66
67.20
67.20
16.80
653.51
653.51
163.36
453.60
453.60
74.85
156.28
156.28
39.02
798.76
798.76
189.19
0,426.35
9,426.35
1,854.54
$179,538.51
$179,538.51
$37,100.04
City  of Chilliwack	
City  of Cranbrook	
City of Duncan	
City of Enderby	
City of Ivamloops	
City of Kelowna	
City of Nelson	
City of New Westminster	
City of North Vancouver	
City of Prince Rupert	
City of Vancouver	
City of Victoria	
District of Burnaby .-	
District of Chilliwhack	
District of Esquimalt	
District of North Cowichan	
District of North Vancouver	
District of Oak Bay	
District of Penticton....	
District of Point Grey	
District of Saanich	
District of South Vancouver.	
School Bdard of—
District  of  Burnaby	
District of Chilliwhack	
City of New Westminster	
District of North Vancouver.
District of Point Grey	
District of South  Vancouver
City of  Vancouver	
Totals	
Summary.
Contributions by employees  $179,538,51
Contributions by employers      179,538.51
Contributions to Special Reserve        37,100.04
$396,177.06 SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1928-29.
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SCHEDULE No. 3.
Cities, Municipalities, and Boards of School Trustees which have filed with the Civil
Service Commission Agreements pursuant to Sections 43 and 47 adopting the Provisions
of Parts III. and IV. in respect of certain of their Employees as at March 31st, 1929.
City, Municipality, or School Board.
Date Agreement became
Effective.
Cities.
Chilliwack ] January 1st, 1928	
Cranbrook I January 1st, 1929	
Duncan I May 1st, 1921	
Enderby ! January 1st, 1928	
Kamloops ; December 24th, 1927.
Kelowna.	
Nelson	
New Westminster..
North Vancouver...
Prince Rupert	
Vancouver	
February 1st, 1928..
January 1st, 1928...
August 1st, 1927	
April 1st, 1928	
February 1st, 1929..
January 1st, 1928...
August 3rd,  1928..
July 1st, 1928	
Vancouver 	
Victoria	
Victoria   ! May 1st, 1928.	
Victoria  I December 1st, 1928..
Victoria ! October 1st, 1928	
Districts.
Burnaby	
Chilliwhack   	
Esquimalt	
North Cowichan	
North Vancouver	
North Vancouver	
Oak Bay .1 September 1st,  1927..
Oak Bay I November 1st, 1927-
Penticton ! April  1st, 1928...	
Saanich   January 1st, 1928	
September 1st, 1927.
April  1st,  1928	
April  1st, 1028	
January 1st, 1928	
January 1st, 1928	
July 23rd, 1928	
School Boards.
February 1st,  1929..
District of Burnaby	
District of Chilliwhack  ! April  1st,  1928	
City of New Westminster.. '. I August 1st, 1928..
City of Vancouver I May 1st, 1928	
District of North Vancouver.. i March 1st, 1028...
Total '	
Employees affected.
City Hall staff 	
All employees 	
City Hall staff	
City Hall staff 	
All employees 	
All  employees 	
All employees 	
All employees 	
All employees 	
Firemen	
Police, Firemen, and City Hall
staff  	
Outside staff 	
Police 	
Firemen     	
City Hall staff 	
Outside staff	
All employees 	
City Hall staff 	
All employees 	
All employees 	
Police and City Hall staff
Outside staff 	
Police and City Hall staff
Outside staff 	
All employees 	
All employees  ....
Employees other than teachers
Employees other than teachers
Employees other than teachers
Employees other than teachers
Employees other than teachers
No. of
Employees,
March 81,
1029.
2
11
1
2
46
13
64
146
141
7
1,610
392
01
2
14
5
37
54
11
33
28
2
18
200
6
2,945~
Note.—The City of Vancouver absorbed as at January 1st, 1920, the Municipalities of South Vancouver
and Point Grey, which municipalities 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. W 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SCHEDULE No. 4.
Superannuation Allowances in Force as at March 31st, 1929, City, Municipal,
and School Board Employees.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Position and City, Municipality,
or School Board.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
Present
Value.
1-1-28
1-5-28
19-2-29
Cities.
Lee,  K.   H •..
Pitcher,   F.   W
Ebbs,   W.
Engineer, Kamloops 	
Operator,  Kamloops	
Weighmaster, Nelson	
Assessor,  New Westminster  	
Capt., Fire Dept., New Westminster..
Clerk, New Westminster 	
Labourer, North  Vancouver 	
Police Constable, North A'ancouver....
S.L.
S.L.
J.L.  and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L.  and L.S.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L.  and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L.   and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L.  and L.S.
LL.   and  L.S.
S.L.
J.L.  and  L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
LL.  and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
LL. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
LL.  and L.S.
S.L.
LL.  and  L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
LL.  and  L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
LL.  and L.S.
J.L.  and L.S.
LL. and L.S.
Guar.  10 yrs.
S.L.
J.L. and  L.S.
LL.  and L.S.
S.L.
T.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L.  and L.S.
T.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
$60.82
57.38
16.70
3S.60
33.41
59.67
21.65
47.80
21.90
141.70
26.72
263.95
37.47
121.08
98.50
92.27
53.33
40.34
15.73
68.36
62.65
41.57
57.65
38.11
125.22
26.17
31.20
69.15
43.07
155.95
79.62
19.53
98 22
131.20
62.64
49.15
100.32
33.64
22.30
24.18
40.49
30.20
53.90
112.83
64.19
21.01
35.94
74.37
24.71
18.35
31.30
28.82
12.84
28.65
37.61
21.24
38.82
64.15
48.02
39.20
25.13
16.55
75.12
$5,597.87
6,320.98
801.78
1_0_98
Broad,   F.
4,914.55
1-11-27
McRory,  J.  T.
5,807.53
1-9-28
0,600.05
13-12-28
1-7-28
Brimacombe, A
Weir,  Wm.
1,553.61
5,965.88
1-3-29
Adair, W. A	
Anderson,  .1	
1,435.05
1-2-29
16,646.92
1-4-20
2,747.89
16-1-29
Carlisle, J.  H
Chiffence, F. G
Clegg, A .-	
23,375.75
1-1-29
2,936.05
1-10-28
11,580.09
1-2-20
11,571.77
8-3-28
Fire Chief, Vancouver 	
18,400.91
1-7-28
Ford,  B.  T	
Fraser, J	
7,807.51
1-11-28
4,294.04
6-3-29
Labourer, Vancouver  	
2,205.32
1-3-29
Hillier,  L.  O	
Hodson,  Win	
Holley,  J. A.
10,043.70
1-9-28
11,750.63
1-4-29
6,654.52
1-2-29
Hunt, W.
5,105.48
1-3-29
Isbister,  J	
4,056.23
1-2-29
13,328.42
1-2-29
Kent,  G	
Labourer,  Vancouver 	
Street-cleaner,  Vancouver 	
4,373.98
1-2-20
6,810.34
1-4-29
10,837.10
10-4-28
LaFave, T. E.
•   10,401.85
1-2-20
1-2-20
Leatherdale,  D
Lee, G.  W	
Deputy  Chief Constable, Vancouver..
17,170.97
11,033.33
1-1-20
Legh, It. II.     ,
Labourer,   Vancouver   	
2,420.94
1-10-28
Macaulev, R. H
Macintosh, D. D...
McDonald, J. A
8,026.54
1-2-29
15,412.47
7-6-28
l-2-'?0
Deputy Fire Chief, Vancouver 	
Elevator Attendant, Vancouver 	
11,981.78
2,925.51
1-2-90
McLean, J. M	
McLeod, M.......    .
0,594.92
23-4-28
Fireman, Vancouver 	
6,302.10
1-1-29
Nunn, G. H	
2,783.36
15-12-'>8
Labourer,  Vancouver	
3,264.30
1-1-29
Read, S.
2,779.23
3,607.69
1-4-29
Richardson,  T. W.
Riley, W. T	
23-10-97
7,069.52
1-10-28
10,384.87
0,601.30
2,009.29
1-1-20
Rushton, W. T
Sharp,  N	
1-1-20
1-3-20
Slack, J	
4,222.31
1-2-29
Smith,  A....
10.8S7.40
4,080.12
2.477.25
1-11-28
7-11-28
Somerton, A. E.
Ir.c. Attendant, Vancouver	
Labourer,  Vancouver  	
l-ll-98
7,038.74
3,183.32
1,040.47
3,187.03
6,823.96
1,524.18
7,332.32
7,298.28
1-12-28
1-1-29
Dickinson, T	
Janitor, Vancouver 	
5-12-28
1-4-20
Allan, J. G	
Andrews, G. W
Cameron, W. G
Chisholm, R.
Machinist and Blacksmith, Victoria..
1-7-28
1-10-28
Sec,  Fire Dept., Victoria 	
Lieut., Fire Dept., Victoria 	
Lieut., Fire Dept., Victoria 	
1-7-28
Henry, F. La	
31-12-28
Littlefleld, F. J
Lorimer, W. A
Mitchell,  H..   .
7,526.63
1-4-20
1-3-20
Assistant Treasurer, Victoria 	
Boulevard Foreman, Victoria  	
6,473.39
4,617.34
1,582.84
6,652.63
1-2-29
McGregor,  W	
1-12-28
Assistant Engineer, Victoria 	 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1928-29.
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Superannuation Allowances, City, Municipal, and School Board Employees—Continued.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Position and City, Municipality,
or School Board.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
Present
Value.
1-4-20
Districts.
Harding, IL J :
Webb, C. W	
Chief Constable, Chilliwhack
S.L.
S.L.
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.
$43.42
46.06
18.60
25.10
17.44
40.24
21.30
24.60
39.24
$5,418.60
1-6-98
3,918.78
1-7-28
Richmond, Wm. ...
Witmer. A	
Sykes,  E	
1,647.22
1-3-29
6-12-28
Truck-driver,   Esquimalt   	
Labourer,  North  Vancouver 	
Consulting Engineer, Oak Bay	
Labourer, Oak Bay 	
1,644.68
3,176.87
1-10-28
19-2-28
Fowler, R	
4,211.54
2,348.96
1-11-28
Kirbv, H. W
1,927.60
1   4  °9
Sanitary Inspector, Saanich 	
Engineer,   Vancouver   	
3,338.53
School Board.
Reith,  W. ..
1-3-29
$3,823.36
$39.38
$403,151.01
$7,244.34
SCHEDULE No. 5.
Superannuation Allowances in Force as at March 31st, 1929, British Columbia
Government Employees.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Plan.
Amount
per
Month.
Present
Value.
1-4-
1-1-
1-4-
1-4-
1-7-
1-4-
1-4-
1-7-
4-3-
1-6-
1-0-
1-1-
1-5-
1-0-
1-4-
1.-7-
1-4-
1-1-
1-4-
1-4-
1-4-
1-5-
1-5-
1-5-
1-4-
1-1-
1-8-
1-6-
1-4-
1
1-6
1-1
1-4
1-1
1-4
1-3
1-12
1-4
1-10
1-4
1-1
1-4
8-22
271
-201
Allardyce,  T	
Almond,  S. R	
Anderson,   G	
Armstrong, J. F.	
Arthur, Dr. E.  C	
Baird,  J	
Bamford, T	
Beckwith, AV.  S	
Bennie, Mrs. J. G. ....
Bowman, T. M	
Briggs, A.  J	
Bunting, J. F. B	
Brooke, H. C. B. 	
Burgess, T. A	
Callaghan,   J 	
Cambridge,  J.  J.  	
Campbell, C.  S	
Carne,   F	
Carter, W. O	
Clark, J. L.	
Clint,  J.	
Clyde, F. C	
Corfleld,   W.  F	
Cox, D.  G	
CuIIin,   W.  H	
Cummings,   Mrs.   G.   .
Curtis,  J.  E	
Davies, A. A	
Davies, P. J	
Delbridge,  T	
Devonshire,   G	
Dun brack,  L.  G	
Dunlop,  J	
Durrell,   J.   N	
Evans, A. M	
Evans, L. AV. 	
Fawcett, Miss  C.  M.
Flett,  J	
Galbraith,  D. A	
Garrett, A	
Goepel, W. J	
Granger, R. T. F	
J.L
J.L,
S.L.
S.L.
and
S.L.
S.L.
and
S.L.
and
L.S.
L.S.
J.L
Guar  5
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
.T.L. and
Guar.  10
S.L.
L.S.
yrs.
L.S.
yrs.
J.L.
J.L.
L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
and
S.L.
S.L.
and L.S.
yrs.
Guar.  K
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
J.L.  and  L.S
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L. ,
J.L.  and  L.S
Guar.  5 yrs.
J.L. and L.S
S.L.
S.L.
and
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L.
L.S.
$46.55
73.33
15.00
125.56
15.00
45.50
127.30
22.45
37.65
47.37
37.25
1.80
64.60
15.25
18.40
115.00
104.50
15.00
44.50
21.00
45.86
23.00
14.60
58.06
08.75
46.20
20.20
31.55
15.00
13.00
5.60
43.00
28.85
24.43
20.20
17.56
27.80
9.20
50.15
50.80
187.20
125.00
$3,804.07
5,746.14
1,490.40
6,433.70
1,225.80
8,012.64
12,174.07
2,314.15
1,244.28
5,042.06
1,907.11
185.11
8,581.46
2,144.76
1.503.65
12,668.40
10,646.78
1,225.80
6,968.70
2,084.04
3,747.68
4,101.36
1,685.42
5,343.84
8,745.30
405.80
2,649.43
3.131.02
1,222.20
1,276.20
371.33
4,112.52
2,163.38
3,013.69
1.334.05
2,303.17
3,956.50
752.44
6.601.75
4,498.85
15,305.34
11,070.00 W  12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Superannuation Allowances, British Columbia Government Employees—Continued.
Date
Effective.
1-5-23
1-4-22
1-4-25
1-5-24
1-12-24
1-4-25
1-11-24
16-9-20
1-11-26
1-12-28
1-4-28
1-4-25
1-8-23
1-11-27
15-6-27
1-4-23
1-7-22
1-4-26
1-8-24
1-4-22
1-4-22
1-6-27
1-4-23
1-4-25
1-7-22
1-11-25
1 6-28
1-4-26
1-7-28
1-2-26
1-4-25
1-5-23
1-12-25
1-4-25
1-4-22
1-4-24
1-3-25
1-2-29
22-4-25
1-6-23
1-2-20
1-8-25
1-1-23
1-10-24
1-4-25
1-2-25
1-11-27
Name.
Hall, J	
Hanson, R. E. ...
Hargie, J	
Henderson, C. C.
Hepburn,   W	
Hewton,  W	
Hodgins,  A.  E.  .
Hood,   A 	
Hunter H	
Huntley,   Mrs.   S	
Johnson, W. F .-.	
Jones, G. B	
Lloyd,  M.  B  	
Menzies,  A	
Merrill,  Miss M.  B 	
Mogee, A	
Morley, H. A. S .•	
Morrison,   J.   W	
Morshead, F	
Moseley,   L.  	
McCabe,  M.  II	
McDonald, A. R ,	
McGregor,   J	
McKercher, A	
McLean, Mrs. H.  	
McPhee,   J  	
Newell,  R.,   Sr	
Norris, L	
Peck,   J  	
Pelly,  J	
Philips,  F.  M  	
Pottinger,  J  	
Preston,  J. A 	
Price, A. IT	
Rant,  W. J	
Robertson, W. C	
Robertson, W. F	
Sayer,  J	
Seymour,  E.  J  	
Shakespeare,  B\ N. E	
Shaw, E. J. C	
Smith, C. F	
Stanton,  II	
Stenson, R. J	
Swenerton, Mrs. L. M.  (in trust, C. W. Swenerton).
Tolmie, R. F '. .' 	
Townley,  T.  O	
1-9-24   Trepoff,  Miss  S.
1-1-221 Webb, C. N.
1-1-29
1-12-28
10-1-26
1-5-23
1-5-25
1-3-28
1-6-22
Weston, S. F	
White, J. L	
Whitfield, G. ...
Williams, R. T.
Wilmot, H. F. .
Wintetnute, I. -
Young, R. H. ...
Totals
Plan.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar.  10
yrs.
J.L.
J.L.
L.S.
L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
( J.L.andL.S.
{       S.L.
S.L.
and
S.L.
S.L.
and
S.L
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar.  10 yrs.
S.L.
Guar.  10 yrs.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L.  and L.S.
•T.L.   and  L.S.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
f J.L.andL.S.
j       S.L.
yrs.
Guar.  10
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
Guar. 10,yrs.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar.  10 yrs.
S.L.
Amount
per
Month.
$44.15
28.60
24.90
15.40
24.00
25.00
40.00
99.00
40.00
58.35
22.03
38.00
51.75
21.65
15.00
17.50
15.00
128.66
38.30
13.65
15.00
15.00
16.65
98.21
28.60
52.00
22.65
22.40
120.20
132.12
15.00
31.40
107.10
15.70
22.85
56.00
19.35
106.70
35.12
17.25
71.00
10.25
15.65
77.00
41.10
14.35
211.55
40.00
90.10
19.40
20.00
18.40
55.50
14.70
55.90
63.00
43.45
15.00
1176 0(146"
Present
Value.
$3,459.60
2,337.19
2,288.80
1,472.86
2,041.92
1,281.00
3,969.60
11,630.5!2
5,167.48
5,088.00
2,540.60
4,836.36
3,881.25
1,841.98
2,017.80
2,490.60
937.80
6,932.20
3,391.88
1,452.91
775.00
1,225.80
2,107.89
4,225.08
2,241.10
6,620.64
2,340.20
2,222.98
11,495.93
15,299.50
1,652.40
3,116.14
6,374.59
2,119.50
1,294.22
3,728.09
1,209.76
15,343.07
3,549.12
1,649.79
7,135.36
1,204.17
1,781.39
10,524.60
7,328.95
165.91
18,734.87
5,481.60
9,265.88
1,107.45
2,203.20
932.92
7,306.02
1,437.66
3.166.18
6,029.07
8,029.56
1,029.60
"$433,710.83"
575-1229-8661
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Chaeles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1929.

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