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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EIGHTH   ANNUAL  REPORT
of the business done in
pursuance of the
Teachers' Pensions Act
FOR   THE
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31ST
1937
printed by
authority of the legislative assembly.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1937.  To His Honour E. W. Hamber,
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
" Teachers' Pensions Act" during the fiscal year 1936-37.
G. M. WEIR,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C. The Honourable G. M. Weir, B.A., M.A., D.Paed.,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
SIR,—I have the honour to lay before you the Report of the business done in pursuance of
the " Teachers' Pensions Act" during the fiscal year 1936-37.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
NORMAN BAKER,
Superannuation Commissioner. TEACHERS'  PENSIONS  ACT.
ANNUAL  REPORT, 1936-37.
REPORT OF THE BUSINESS DONE IN PURSUANCE OF THE " TEACHERS'
PENSIONS ACT " DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1936-37.
Section 3.—The total number of teachers contributing to the Teachers' Pensions Fund on
March 31st, 1937, was 4,004. In addition, 339 teachers who were temporarily unemployed on
March 31st, 1937, and therefore not actually contributors, still had amounts in the Teachers'
Pensions Fund.
Section 4.—On March 31st, 1937, 176 teachers throughout the Province were contributing
at a rate greater than 4 per cent, pursuant to the provisions of this section.
Section 6.—There were 13 contributors making special voluntary contributions as at
March 31st, 1937.
Section 8.—Applications were considered by the Teachers' Pensions Board and Orders
made for 6 contributors, under the provisions of this section.
Section 14 (a), (b).—During the period April 1st, 1936, to March 31st, 1937, pensions
were granted by the Teachers' Pensions Board to 40 teachers.
Section 1.7.—One teacher died, and an allowance was granted to the widow in accordance
with the provisions of this section.
Section 21.—Five teachers died during the year, and refunds amounting to $1,100.13 were
made to the legal representatives.
Section 22.—Refunds amounting to $55,151.26 were made to 241 teachers, who renounced
their rights pursuant to the provisions of this section.
Section 36.—Three allowances were granted pursuant to the provisions of this section.
With the presentation of this, the Eighth Annual Report of the business done in
pursuance of the " Teachers' Pensions Act," it becomes necessary again to draw attention
to the following factors:—
During the period, April 1st, 1929, to March 31st, 1937, pensions were granted to 277
persons. Included in that number were 16 aged teachers who had been in receipt of a
monthly allowance granted by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council prior to the inception of
the " Teachers' Pensions Act," whose pensions have been paid from the Teachers' Pensions
Fund pursuant to section 18 of the " Teachers' Pensions Act." During the same period 31
pensions expired, leaving a total in force as at March 31st, 1937, of 246.
Of the 261 pensions granted by the Teachers' Pensions Board, 28 per cent., comprising
50 females and 23 males, were approved under the disability clause of the " Teachers'
Pensions Act," and as the official charged with the responsibility of the administration of
the " Teachers' Pensions Act " and sitting as a member of the Teachers' Pensions Board, I
personally am satisfied that practically all these 73 pensioners are genuinely disabled, being
incapacitated either mentally or physically from properly performing the duties required of
a teacher.
For almost any pension fund to carry 10 per cent, of its pensioners under a disability
provision would be unusual, and if the British Columbia Teachers' Pensions Fund is to
continue to carry the present load of 28 per cent, of retirements as disabled cases, then a
corresponding obligation must be assumed by some authority to lighten the load elsewhere,
or assume the responsibility of making greater contributions; all of which presents a problem
calling for immediate investigation by the teachers themselves and also all governing bodies. SECTION 8.
Reserve Account.—The total of contributions made by the new teachers to the Reserve
Account has shown a slight increase, although the total amount contributed during the
fiscal year 1936-37 is $7,000 less than the annual contribution which, it was estimated, would
be received from this source when the scheme was being formulated.
From the schedule of comparative statistics, it should be noted that, during the period
April 1st, 1929, to March 31st, 1937, the total contributions to the Reserve Account amounted
to $222,414.04. During the same period the annual grant made by the Provincial Government
aggregated $200,000, making a combined total of $422,414.04; whereas the amount paid out
in pensions was $525,749.99. It is, therefore, obvious that a most serious condition is
developing and that ways and means should be devised to ensure a considerable increase
in contributions to the Reserve Account at the earliest possible moment.
For the benefit of those contributors who may be still unaware of the provisions of
section 8, that section is again quoted:—
" 8. (1.) All contributions from each contributor who was employed as a teacher on the
first day of April, 1929, arising from the first five prescribed monthly deductions from his
salary, and all contributions from each teacher who was not so employed but who has been
or is subsequently employed and became or becomes a contributor arising from the first ten
prescribed monthly deductions from his salary, shall be placed to the credit of an account
in the Teachers' Pensions Fund to be known as the ' Reserve Account': Provided that where
a teacher has been employed in the Province prior to the first day of April, 1929, and had not
permanently retired from the teaching service, but was temporarily unemployed as a teacher
on the first day of April, 1929, by reason of ill-health, failure to secure employment, absence
for purpose of study or travel, or for other necessary cause, then, if the teacher has been
or is subsequently employed and became or becomes a contributor, and if the Teachers'
Pensions Board on application of the teacher is satisfied as to the bona fides of the applicant
and as to the sufficiency of the reason for the temporary unemployment, the Board may
make an order giving that teacher the status of a teacher who was employed on the first day
of April, 1929, and thereupon that teacher shall, for the purposes of this section, be deemed
to be a teacher who was employed on the first day of April, 1929; but a person who has not
been employed as a teacher at any time during the period of ten years prior to the time he
is subsequently employed and becomes a contributor shall not be given the status of a teacher
who was employed on the first day of April, 1929.
"(2.) Where, pursuant to subsection (1), a teacher has since the first day of April, 1931,
been given the status of a teacher who was employed on the first day of April, 1929, or is
given that status, that teacher shall not be entitled to a teachers' pension under this Act,
unless, after having been given that status, he has completed not less than five years'
employment as a teacher in the Province, covering at least ten months' actual teaching
service each year, or has been permanently retired by the Teachers' Pensions Board pursuant
to the provisions of section 24."
For the further information of the large number of contributors to the Teachers' Pensions
Fund, I again wish to emphasize the fact that the Commissioner has not the authority to
approve a refund of voluntary contributions which may have been made by or on behalf of a
contributor, until such time as the contributor leaves the teaching profession; neither has he
authority to approve of any request for a loan to be charged against the total contributions
held to the credit of the contributor in the Teachers' Pensions Fund. A refund of all
conributions which have been made over and above the required contributions to the Reserve
Account may be approved when the contributor resigns from the teaching service and
completes the necessary disclaimer forms.
The completion by the contributor of the disclaimer forms does not necessarily mean
that the teacher may not be re-employed at some future date and again come under the
provisions of the " Teachers' Pensions Act," but it must be understood that such completion
of the disclaimer forms would automatically cancel the benefits which may have accrued to
the date of resignation from the teaching service.
NORMAN BAKER,
Superannuation Commissioner. TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT, 1936-37.
AA 7
" TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT,  1929."
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Period April 1st, 1936,
to March 31st, 1937.
Revenue.
Cash at Treasury, April 1st, 1936 i.
Reserve Account (section 8) 	
Teachers' contributions (section 3)
Voluntary contributions 	
Provincial Government grant 	
Interest paid by B.C. Government _.
Refunds	
Allowances paid	
Less amount refunded
Expenditure.
$120,909.32
190.10
$1,498,409.52
12,947.34
215,246.85
5,821.92
25,000.00
74,355.78
$1,831,781.41
$56,251.39
120,719.22
Balance—
Cash at Treasury, March 31st, 1937      1,654,810.80
$1,831,781.41
Balance-sheet as at March 31st, 1937.
Assets.
Cash at Treasury    $1,654,810.80
$1,654,810.80
_________________________
Liabilities.
Reserve Account (section 8)  .         $60,462.15
Teachers' contributions (section 3)       1,577,470.94
Voluntary contributions   16,877.71
$1,654,810.80 AA 8
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r-i TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT, 1936-37.
AA 9
TEACHERS' PENSIONS IN FORCE.
Name.
Abercrombie, Miss M. L.
Anderson, Miss J. E. 	
Asher, Mrs. J. A	
Ashmore, Mrs. M	
Ball, F. W	
Barkwill, Mrs. R. H. _
Barron, Miss E. A. ._
Barron, Miss I. M. F.
Barron, Thos. J. 	
Beattie, Miss E	
Beattie, M 	
Bennett, J. B. 	
Bigney, Miss A. L.
Binns, Wm. H	
Blair, Wm. D	
Botting, L. J. 	
Bowell, Miss B. J.
Bragg, T. G	
Brealey, G. E. 	
Bridgman, Miss C. M.
Brough, T. A.	
Brown, Miss F. A. .__
Bruce, Miss A. M. 	
Bruce,  L.  J.	
Bundy, A. C. _	
Burris, Miss G. D	
Butterworth, E _
Cairns, Miss K 	
Cameron, D. S 	
Campbell, E	
Campbell, Robt. H. .
Cathcart, Miss I. .....
Christensen, Carl B.
Clark, A.  	
Clark, G. F 	
Clarke, Denis _..	
Clarke, Mrs. G. B. ...
Coates, Miss C. A. ..
Coatham, W. C. 	
Codd, Mrs. S	
Cox, Mrs. E. M	
Curley, Miss  E.  H. 	
Dalby, Miss E. M. 	
DeBcu,  Miss E.  S.     ...
Dickieson, Miss E. M.
Dimock, Mrs. E. P. 	
Dobson, F. H.   	
Dowler, Miss C. A	
Downes, G 	
Draper, Miss H. 	
Duffell,  Mrs.  A 	
Bunnell, H _.
Eckardt, A. E.  	
Elley, Mrs.  A.   	
Elliott, Miss A. E. 	
Elmsly, Miss A. B	
Estabrooks, Miss H	
Evans, Miss E. S. 	
Evans, Wm.  E.  .....	
Everett, Miss C. S	
Fee, W. J.  	
Fenton, Miss S. A. 	
Ferguson,  Miss  M	
Fessenden, K. H	
Finlayson,  A	
Plan.
S.L. (B.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 15 yrs.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L. (W.)
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
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. (W.)
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
Amount per
Month.
$56.58
30.43
32.53
24.10
35.78
47.90
65.30
54.17
42.90
60.76
50.00
70.88
53.05
81.09
19.10
29.29
65.20
19.70
47.79
48.86
45.21
68.88
51.77
20.84
59.50
69.91
44.58
66.46
63.80
63.20
14.58
78.52
42.50
87.48
26.50
27.40
26.26
44.51
43.13
34.80
33.84
27.66
67.90
66.20
53.50
39.87
43.00
64.70
27.50
53.32
28.70
6.25
50.83
38.00
50.00
64.55
53.81
56.54
28.71
32.24
40.25
45.30
40.55
26.14
35.55 AA 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Teachers' Pensions in Force—Continued.
Name.
Plan.
Amount per
Month.
Fletcher, Miss E. E. _.
Fraser, D. A.  	
Fullerton, Miss K. S.
Gardner, N. H	
Gee, Wm. H —
Gillis, J. D _	
Gladwell, Miss M. _	
Glaspell, H. A. 	
Godson, Miss M. 	
Goodyear, Mrs. E. M.
Gourlie, Wm. G	
Grant, Peter M 	
Grant, Wm. E. 	
Gray, C. H 	
Gray, Miss E. M	
Greenaway, Mrs. M. A.
Griffiths, Mrs. L	
Haarer, Miss M. P. 	
Hall, Miss C. - -
Harding, Mrs. J. M. H.
Harris, J. Wm.	
Haviland, Miss I. I	
Herd. Miss A. B. G	
Herd, H. D.  	
Homer, Miss M. S. 	
Hooson, Miss K.	
Howitt, J -
Huggard, Mrs. A. C.
Hutchinson, Mrs. B. .
Jackson, Miss M. A.
Jamieson, Miss A. B.
Jamieson, A. G. 	
Jenkins, Miss E. J. .
Johnston, Miss A. L.
Keatley, Wm. M	
Kerr, Miss A.  E	
King, Miss E. A	
Kneeshaw, Miss E. M. .
Laird, Miss E. J	
Lallemand, Chas. F	
Langley,  Miss C.  G	
Lantz,  Miss T	
Laursen, Miss L. J. U.
Lawson, Miss E. G.
Lees, Mrs. M. E.	
Leitch, Miss B. A. 	
Leith, Mrs.  E.  C	
Lettice, Miss E. M. 	
Lewis, Miss A. M.	
Likeman, J.  	
Lister, G 	
Little, D. C.	
Long, J. C. 	
Lucas, Miss M.	
Malcolm, Miss M. T.
Martin, Mrs. M. A. .
Mason, Miss S. T	
Masterton, R. B	
Maxwell,  A.  M.	
Maxwell, Miss M. E.
May, Wm. H. M.	
Menkus, Mrs. E. E. .
Milne, Mrs. F. R	
Mobbs, Mrs. M. F. —
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
f S.L.
1     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. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
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.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
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.
$64.00
70.62
31.54
31.50
30.80
35.42
31.92
31.05
61.09
35.23
57.57
39.58
29.01
27.86
25.00
52.08
25.00
32.68
76.15
59.11
66.29
38.88
34.40
26.77
42.89
50.00
12.02
75.46
59.41
31.87
38.00
40.62
24.70
31.90
68.35
31.01
10.90
23.61
50.30
54.36
23.10
48.28
38.40
65.12
64.90
33.23
13.85
43.75
62.50
70.05
35.00
57.52
42.91
25.21
50.00
27.06
46.46
30.66
36.58
38.55
52.74
33.33
64.62
38.54
10.35 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT, 1936-37.
AA 11
Teachers' Pensions in Force—Continued.
Name.
Plan.
Amount per
Month.
Moody, Miss M. H.
Moore, D. M. 	
Moore,  F.  W	
Moore, S _	
Morrow,  A. W	
Morton, Mrs. M. W	
Murray, Miss E _
Murray,  Paul   	
McAdam, J. W 	
McAlpine, Miss S	
McCallum, Miss A. E.
McCarthy, Mrs. N	
McColI, Mrs. B	
McCulloch, Miss I. J. ...
MacDonald,  Miss  B	
Macdonald, Miss J. 	
MacDonald, Miss K. M.
McGregor, D. M 	
Macintosh, J. A.	
MacKay, Miss I. F. .....
MacKay, Miss K	
McKay, Miss M.  G	
MacKay, Wm. H	
MacKenzie, Miss A. B.
McKenzie, Miss C. A. .
Mackenzie, Mrs. L. B. .
McKim, J. J 	
MacKinnon, Miss A. C.
McLennan,  Miss A	
MacLeod,  J.  V.	
MacLeod, Wm. R	
McMillan, E. R. 	
McNaughton, Miss E. .
McRae, Mrs. J. B. 	
Noble, Miss A. L. 	
Northrop,  S 	
Olding, Miss E.
O'Neill, J	
O'Neill,  Wm	
Owen, Miss L. J.
Ozard, Miss M. —
Parker, J. W.     ...
Parsons, Mrs. M. K.
Paterson, J. M. 	
Patterson, Miss J. ...-
Pattison, T	
Paul, E. B	
Perkins, Miss A. G.
Perkins, Miss E. D.
Pollock, J. R	
Pollock, J. T	
Pollock, R. T. -..
Procter, Mrs.  E. 	
Procunier, Capt. C. A.
Pugh, Miss E. M. 	
Rabb, Miss V. B.	
Rand, Wm. L	
Rempel, Mrs. S. W	
Reynolds, H. F	
Roberts, T. H	
Robinson, Dr. A	
Robinson, D. M	
Robinson, Miss S. A. ...
Robson, J. C. —. 	
Guar. 10 yrs.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
Guar. iL/2 yrs.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L. (B.)
S.L. (B.)
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
$45.14
42.51
32.35
50.00
16.67
30.71
45.31
50.00
36.08
64.93
59.71
19.38
31.25
32.03
60.11
28.04
18.26
16.20
18.75
38.76
24.91
64.25
33.80
39.81
31.25
50.00
32.48
28.87
60.45
35.44
34.66
59.09
51.84
39.84
79.18
70.41
66.51
34.63
2.97
38.12
23.71
31.53
36.75
36.26
13.23
69.87
66.07
63.45
35.40
45.97
56.55
20.83
36.85
27.27
27.32
52.44
38.52
38.13
34.83
19.96
49.76
43.66
36.66
64.60
50.00 AA 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Teachers' Pensions in Force—Continued.
Name.
Plan.
Amount per
Month.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
f            S.L.
j     J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
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.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
$40.84
St.  Clair, Capt. I       	
47.20
35.42
64.19
44.48
Sheffield, P. H    '	
21.48
32.50
35.00
38.41
Shine, Mrs. A. G	
54.29
49.46
43.78
Smith, Miss E. G            _ _ ~	
26.75
Smith   Wm. R  	
39.54
61.38
39.19
39.44
23.01
37.14
48.67
Stewart, A. C.   —  -     	
23.75
43.42
47.70
Suter, R. W _ _	
66.87
71.37
Tait,  A. B	
37.37
66 60
Taylor, H. H	
22 09
Telfer.  Mrs. M. H. 	
53.68
Thornber,  C. L - ~~ 	
58.15
Thorp, A. B	
52.67
Tom, G. H. ..     ... 	
46.05
Trembath, Miss E. J   _	
78.68
62.50
Vinall,  H    _  _ _	
34.05
31 96
Welbanks,  G.  E. • ■	
31.70
Wilkinson, Mrs. H. R i    '   	
36.02
41.25
65 88
Wish, Mrs. M. A.	
29 52
46.73
Wood, Mrs. E.  	
Wood. Miss M. V. —	
45.78
Yuill, Miss E. J.  	
42.30
Taylor, A. H.   (pension suspended)	
Wilcock. F.   (pension suspended)  	
28.65
Total	
$10,734.52 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT, 1936-37.
AA 13
The following tables give an analysis of the duration of allowances granted to teachers,
which have ceased on account of death and expiration, as at March 31st, 1937:—
Retiring Allowances taken over from the Provincial Government by the
Teachers' Pensions Fund, 1-4-29.
Name.
Date of
Retirement.
Age at
Retirement.
Date of
Death.
Age at
Death.
Time receiving
Allowance
from 1-4-29.
Amount paid
from Fund.
Cowperthwaite, F. M..
Gordon, R. G..	
Landells, Robert 	
McDougall, Miss A. J..
McGarrigle, T. A	
Smith, Miss Minnie	
Stramberg, H. M	
Thain, Mrs. A. C _
16-3-29
1-4-27
1-4-27
1-4-27
1-7-27
16-3-29
1-4-27
1-11-28
68
Over 65
Over 65
Over 65
Over 65
73
Over 65
64
5-9-35
15-12-31
15-3-30
7-3-37
16-10-32
27-3-32
27-11-32
17-4-31
76
66  1/12
6 yrs. 5g mos.
2 yrs. 81 mos.
Hi mos.
7 yrs. 11| mos.
3 yrs. 7 mos.
3 yrs.
3 yrs. 8 mos.
2 yrs. 1 mo.
$3,875.00
1,625.00
575.00
4,775.00
2,150.00
1,800.00
2,200.00
1,250.00
$18,250.00
Single Life Plan.
Name.
Date of
Retire-
ment.
Age at
Retirement.
Date of
Death.
Age at
Death.
Period of
Time receiving
Pension.
Total
Amount
received.
Armstrong, Wm. G....	
1-4-30
1-7-32
1-7-32
1-4-33
1-7-30
1-7-32
16-11-29
1-10-30
1-4-30
1-7-30
1-7-31
1-6-29
1-7-32
1-7-30
1-7-30
1-7-33
1-7-35
61  8/12
66  li/12
66  10/12
53  2/12
70  81/12
65  51/12
63 81/12
70 6/12
63  6/12
43 8/12
63 1}/12
65 51/12
68 5/12
70  1/12
72 2i/12
61 31/12
64 11/12
17-6-32
4-2-33
7-3-36
12-10-36
23-8-34
20-5-36
28-2-36
12-3-31
31-10-30
23-1-31
15-10-36
21-5-34
27-10-33
25-3-37
17-12-35
13-12-34
8-2-36
63 11/12
66 9/12
70 61/12
56 8|/12
74 101/12
69 4/12
70
70 111/12
64 1/12
44 3/12
68 5/12
70 5J/12
69 9/12
76 91/12
77 8/12
62 9/12
65 6/12
2 yrs. 3 mos.
71 mos.
3 yrs. 81 mos.
3 yrs. 61 mos.
4 yrs. 2 mos.
3 yrs. 101 mos.
6 yrs. 3| mos.
51 mos.
7 mos.
7 mos.
5 yrs. 31 mos.
5 yrs.
1 yr. 4 mos.
6 yrs. 9 mos.
5 yrs. 6 mos.
1 yr. 51 mos.
71 mos.
$916.65
304.73
Blair, Miss E. J....
2,939.23
577 58
Campbell, J. M...	
3,225.00
Caspell, E  .,,.	
Clark. D. P	
3,658.48
2,486.40
350.96
Jay, J. E	
437.50
Joplinir, Miss M. A. -	
125.23
4,105.91
3,625.00
Macfarlane, Miss R. M.
1,005.12
5,248.80
4,286.70
691 95
Webb, A. H.
Wilson, F. C _	
$34,433.22
Average age at retirement, 64.2 ;   average duration of allowances, 3.1  yrs.;   approximate average per month of
allowance, $54.45.
Joint Life and Last Survivor Plan,
Name.
Date of
Retirement.
Age at
Retirement.
Period of Time
receiving
Superannuation.
Total Amount
received.
1-7-34
65 81/12
2 yrs. 4_* mos.
$1,413.60
Sec. 17 (1).—Allowances granted to Widows of Deceased Contributors.
Date
Allowance
was
granted.
Beneficiary.
Period of
Time
receiving
Allowance.
Age when
Allowance was
granted.
Age at
Death.
Total
Name.
Date of
Death.
Age at
Death.
Amount
received.
Macdonald, A. H.	
17-12-30
52 8/12
1-1-31
44 1/12
45 7/12
1 yr. 6 mos.
$657.18 VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
575-1037-8620  

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