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®:
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
:®
FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE BUSINESS DONE IN
PURSUANCE OF THE
Teachers' Pensions Act
FOR THE
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 ST
1933
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY  OF THE LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to tire King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1833.
®=
m - To His Honour J. W. Fordham Johnson.
Lieutenant-Governor 0/ 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 1932-33.
G. M. WEIR,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C. The Honourable O. 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 1932-33.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
NORMAN BAKER,
Superannuation Commissioner. TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT.
ANNUAL REPORT, 1932-33.
REPORT OP THE BUSINESS DONE IN PURSUANCE OP THE " TEACHERS'
ACT " DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1932-33.
PENSIONS
Section 3.—The total number of teachers contributing to the Teachers' Pensions Fund on
March 31st, 1933, was 3,907.
Section J/.—On March 31st, 1933, 206 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 10 contributors making special voluntary contributions as at March
31st, 1933.
Section S.—Applications were considered by the Teachers' Pensions Board and Orders made
for 21 contributors, under the provisions of this section.
Section H (a), (b).—During the period April 1st, 1932, to March 31st, 1933, pensions were
granted by the Teachers' Pensions Board to 28 teachers.
Section 17.—Five teachers died, and allowances were granted to the widows in accordance
with the provisions of this section.
Section 21.—Four teachers died during the year, and refunds were made to the legal
representatives.
Section 22.—Refunds amounting to $18,111.59 were made to 178 teachers, who renounced
their rights pursuant to the provisions of this section.
Section 36 (3).—One employee of the Department of Education in the Provincial Government was granted a superannuation allowance under the " Superannuation Act," and was also
granted a further allowance from the Teachers' Pensions Fund pursuant to the provisions of
this section.
Section 37.—Three teachers were granted pensions pursuant to the provisions of this section.
In presenting the Fourth Annual Report of the business done in pursuance of the " Teachers'
Pensions Act," it is of interest, although regrettable, to note the rapidly decreasing amount of
contributions to the Reserve Account, occasioned of course by the non-entry into the teaching
service of new teachers, who are required to make ten monthly payments to this Reserve Account.
Section 8, which provides that these contributions shall be made to the Reserve Account in
the Teachers' Pensions Fund, is again quoted for the benefit of those contributors who may still
be unaware of the provisions of this section :—
" Sec. 8. All contributions from each contributor who is employed as a teacher at the time
of the commencement of this Act arising from the first five prescribed monthly deductions from
his salary, and all contributions from each teacher who is not so employed but who is subsequently employee} and 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 commencement of this Act and has not permanently retired from the
teaching service, but is temporarily unemployed as a teacher at the time of the commencement of
this Act by reason of ill-health, failure to secure employment, absence for purposes of study or
travel, or for other necessary cause, then, if the teacher is subsequently employed and 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 is employed
at the time of the commencement of this Act, and thereupon that teacher shall, for the purposes
of this section, be deemed to be a teacher who was employed at the time of the commencement
of this Act." Another interesting feature is the increase in the number of active pensioners, there now
being 119 persons in receipt of pensions. This number does not include two contributors whose
pensions have been suspended owing to their re-employment in the teaching service of the
Province.
During the year there were six meetings of the Teachers' Pensions Board.
Certain amendments to the Act were approved during the 1932 session of the Legislature,
and are again quoted for the benefit of those contributors who may be unaware of the changes
made, the most important amendment probably being the addition of a subsection to section 16,
which provides that where a contributor selects a guaranteed plan of pension, if the contributor
should die before the expiration of the guaranteed period, payment of the pension for the
remainder of the term shall be made to a person nominated by the contributor prior to the
granting of the pension. " Where provision is so made, if the person nominated survives the
contributor, the pension shall not for any purpose form part of the estate of the deceased
contributor";   and section 38a, which reads as follows:—
" Sec. 38a. At the end of a period of five years from the first day of January, 1930, and at
the end of each five-year period thereafter, the Commission shall cause to be made an actuarial
valuation of the assets and liabilities of the Teachers' Pensions Fund, and on the basis of that
valuation the Teachers' Pensions Board shall submit to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council its
recommendations for the adoption of such measures as. may be considered necessary to maintain
the financial stability of the Teachers' Pensions Fund." The significance of this section will be
apparent to all contributors.
For the further information of the large number of contributors to the Teachers' Pensions
Fund, we wish to emphasize that the Commission has not the authority to approve a refund of
voluntary contributions which may have been made by, or on behalf of, a contributor, neither
is there authority to approve of any request which may be made for a loan to be charged against
the total contributions which are held for the credit of the contributor in the Teachers' Pensions
Fund. A refund of all contributions 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 does mean that the benefits which may have accrued
to the date of resignation from the teaching service would be cancelled.
NORMAN BAKER,
Superannuation Commissioner. TEACHERS* PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT, 1932-33. N 7
"TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT, 1929."
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Period April 1st, 1932,
to March 31st, 1933.
Revenue.
Cash on hand, April 1st, 1932  $159,820.88
Reserve Account  (section 8)  9,565.28
Teachers' contributions  (section 3)  218.052.70
Provincial Government grant  :  25,000.00
Voluntary contributions  3,023.26
Sale of investments   16,000.00
Interest—
Received on investments-  $31,038.61
Accrued on investments      14,634.66
  45,673.27
Refund of accrued interest outstanding at March 31st, 1932  13S.78
Refund of accrued interest on new investments (as per contra)  3,218.25
$480,492.48
Expenditure.
Refunds      $1S,907.57
Allowances      $57,679.13
Less amount refunded  70 31
 57,608.82
Investment in guaranteed securities at cost—
Principal   $205,306.17
Accrued interest   40.69
     205,340.86
Accrued interest on securities purchased (as per contra)        3,21S.25
Balance—
Cash on hand, March 31st, 1933 -.  $180,776.32
Accrued interest        14,634.66
    195,410.98
$480,492.48
Balance-sheet as at March 31st, 1933.
Assets.
Cash on hand       $180,776.32
Investments at cost—
Principal  :  $805,832.60
Accrued interest   40.69
        805,873.29
Investments Adjustment Account   1,070.00
Accrued interest on investments  !  14,634.66
$1,002,354.27
Liabilities.
Reserve Account  (section 8)     $191,195.41
Teachers' contributions (section 3)   804,093.94
Voluntary contributions   6,175.78
Interest Suspense Account  889.14
$1,002,354.27 N S
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TEACHERS' PENSIONS IN FORCE AS AT MARCH 31 st, 1933.
Name.
Amount per
Month.
Abercrombie, Miss P. B.
Barron, Miss E. A	
Barron, Thos. J	
Beattie, M	
Blair, Miss E. J	
Brough, Thos. A	
Bundy, Mrs. A. M. 	
Cameron, Miss E. C	
Campbell, E	
Campbell, John M	
Campbell, Eobt. H	
Caspell, Edmund 	
Christensen, Carl B	
Clark, D. P	
Clark, Mrs. F. E	
Coatham, Mrs. M. A	
Codd, Mrs. S	
Cowperthwaite, F. M. ...
Curley, Miss E. H	
Dobson, Mrs. B. S	
Dowler, Miss C. A. 	
Downes, Mrs. D. G. 	
Draper, Miss I-I	
Dunnell, Harry 	
Eckardt, A. E	
Elliott, Miss A. E	
Elmsly, Miss A. B	
Evans, Mrs. F. A	
Everett, Miss C. S	
Fenton, Miss S. A	
Fletcher, Miss E. E	
Fullerton, Miss Kate S.
Gardner, Mrs. M	
Gee, Wm. H	
Gillis, J. D	
Glaspcl', H. A	
Godson, Miss M	
Grant, Peter M	
Harding, Mrs. J. M. H.
Homer, Miss M. S	
Jamieson, Miss A. B. ...
Jamieson, Mrs. H	
Keast, Miss A	
Langley, Miss C. G	
Lawson, Miss E. G	
Lees, Mrs. M. E	
Lettice, Miss E. M	
Likeman, James 	
Lister, Mrs. A. A	
Little, D. C	
Lucas, Miss Mary 	
Mason, Miss S. T	
Maxwell, Alex. M	
May, Wm. H. M	
Menkus, Mrs. E. E	
Moody, Miss M. H	
Moore, Samuel 	
Morrow, A. Wm	
Murray, Miss Eliz	
Murray, Paul	
McAdam, Josiah W	
McCallum, Miss M	
McCarthy, Mrs. X	
McColl, Mrs. B	
McDonagh, Wm	
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 15 yrs.
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. (W.)
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
yrs.
L.S.
L.S.
yrs.
Guar. 5
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
and
S.L.
S.L.
and
Guar.
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. (W.)
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.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
$50.58
65.30
42.90
50.00
6G.05
45.21
59.50
13.59
63.20
64.50
14.58
77.84
42.50
33.33
26.50
43.13
34.80
50.00
27.66
43.00
64.70
27.50
53.32
6.25
50.83
50.00
64.55
28.71
32.24
45.30
64.00
31.54
31.50
30.80
35.42
31.05
61.09
39.58
66.29
50.00
40.62
24.70
64.66
48.28
64.90
33.23
62.5'0
35.00
57.52
42.91
50.00
30.66
38.55
33.33
64.62
45.14
50.00
16.67
45.31
50.00
36.08
59.71
19.38
31.25
62.50 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT, 1932-33.
N 9
Teachers' Pensions in Force as at March 31st, 1933—Continued.
Macdonald, Miss B	
MeDougall, Miss A. J. ..
Macfarlane, Miss R. M,
McKay, Miss M. G	
MacKenzie, Miss A. B. .
McKenzie, Miss C. A. ...
MacKenzie, Mrs. L. B, .
MacKinnon, Miss A. C.
McLennan, Miss A	
MacLeod, Mrs. M.	
McNaughton, Miss Eliz.
McRae, Mrs. J. B	
Northrop,  S	
Olding, Miss Eliz	
Ozard, Miss M	
Parker, J. W	
Paterson, Mrs. A. B. 	
Paul, E. B	
Perkins, Miss E. J	
Reynolds, H. F	
Roberts, Thos. H. 	
Robinson, Miss S. A	
Robson, J. C	
Russell, Miss Alex	
St. Clair, Capt. I.	
St. James, Miss Lia A.
Sallaway, J. F	
Sherman,  R.  S	
Name.
Sherrin, Miss A. M	
Shine, Mrs. A. G	
Smith, Ales: ,	
Smith, Miss E. G	
Smith, Miss M	
Stacey,  Wm	
Stewart, Allan C	
Tait, A. B	
Taylor, Mrs. E. A	
Templer, Mrs. J	
Thorp, A. B	
Tom, G. H 	
Truswell, Miss M	
Watson, Miss M. F.	
Welbanks, Geo. E	
Whelen, Miss L	
Wilcock. F	
Williams,  John	
Williams, Miss M	
Willoughby, Miss Mabel E	
Winter, Miss M. H	
Wish, Mrs. M. A	
Wood, Mrs. E	
Woodcock, Wm. K	
Wooldridge, A	
Youill, Miss E. J	
Moore, D. McM.  (pension suspended).
O'Neill, J.  (pension suspended)	
Total..
Plan.
-)
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. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L.  and   L.S.
and S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
and L.S.
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.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
Guar. 5 yrs.
J.L.
J.L.
J.L.
Amount per
Month.
$60.11
50.00
62.82
64.25
39.81
31.25
50.00
28.87
60.45
35.44
51.84
39.84
70.41
66.51
31.53
36.75
13.23
63.45
35.40
19.96
49.76
64.60
50.00
64.80
47.20
35.42
64.19
67.50
38.41
54.29
43.78
26.75
61.38
37.14
23.75
37.37
22.09
64.95
52.67
46.05
62.50
31.96
31.70
42.97
25.88
41.25
65.88
27.70
64.60
29.52
10.58
45.78
51.33
42.30
40.84
34.63
$5,405.80 N 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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, 1933 :■—■
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.
Gordon, R. G	
1-4-27
1-4-27
1-7-27
16-3-29
1-4-27
1-11-28
Over 65
Over 65
Over 65
73
Over 65
64
15-12-31
15-3-30
16-10-32
27-3-32
27-11-32
17-4-31
2 yrs. 8% mos.
11% mos.
3 yrs. 7 mos.
3 yrs.
3 yrs.  8 mos.
2 yrs. 1 mo.
$1,625.00
575.00
McGarrigle,  T.  A	
2,150.00
1,800.00
2,200.00
1,250.00
76
Thain, Mrs. A. C	
06  1/12
$9,600.00
Single Life Plan.
Name.
Date of
Retirement.
Age at
Retirement.
Date of
Death.
Age at
Death.
Period of
Time receiving
Pension.
Total
Amount
received.
1-4-30
1-7-32
1-10-30
1-4-30
1-7-30
01  8/12
66  U/12
70 6/12
63 6/12
43 8/12
17 6 32
4-2-33
12-3-31
31-10-30
23-1-31
63  11/12
66 U/12
70  11J/12
04  1/12
44 3/12
2 yrs. 3 mos.
ly,- mos.
5]/> mos.
7 mos.
7 mos.
$916.65
304.73
350.90
Ashburne, Miss R. L	
Jay, J. E.
437.50
Jopling, Miss M. A	
125.23
$2,135.07
Average  age  at  retirement,   61.1 ;    average   duration   of   allowance,   10.8  mos. ;    approximate  average
per month of allowance, $39.54.
Sec. 17 (1).—Allowances granted to AVidows of Deceased Contributors.
Contributor.
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.
17-12-30
52  8/12
1-1-31
44  1/12.   45  7/12
$057.18 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT, 1932-33.
N 11
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND.
Securities held as at March 31st, 1933.
Security.
Date of Maturity.
Par Value.
Alberta  &  Great  Waterways  &  Railway  Co.   5%   First  Mort,
Gold Debenture Bonds...	
B.C. Agricultural Credit Commission 4V2%  Bonds	
District of Burnaby 5% Bonds	
District of Burnaby 5%  Bonds	
District of Coquitlam 5%.%  Bonds   ,.
District of Coquitlam 5</o Bonds	
City of Courtenay 5% Bonds... :.	
City of Courtenay 5% Bonds	
City of Courtenay 5% Bonds :,	
City of Cranbrook 5% Bonds  	
City of Cranbrook 5% Bonds	
Dawson Creek School District 5%% Serial Bonds	
Dominion of Canada 5% Bonds	
District of Esquimau 5% Bonds	
City of Fernie 5% Bonds	
City of Fernie 5% Bonds  	
City of Fernie 5% Bonds	
Greater Vancouver Water District 4%% Bonds	
City of Kamloops 5% Bonds  .. 	
City of Kamloops 5% Bonds	
City of Kamloops 5% Bonds.	
City of Kelowna 5%  Bonds  	
City of Kelowna 5% Bonds	
City of Nanaimo 4% Bonds 	
City of Nanaimo 5% Bonds	
City of Nelson 4%% Bonds .".   	
City of Nelson 5% Bonds   	
City of New Westminster 4%% Bonds	
City of New Westminster 5% Bonds	
City of North Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of North Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of North Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of North Vancouver 4%</o Bonds	
City of North Vancouver 5% Bonds	
District of North Vancouver 5% Bonds	
District of North Vancouver 5% Bonds	
District of North Vancouver 5% Bonds 	
Municipality of Oak Bay 5% Bonds  	
Municipality of Oak Bay 5% Bonds   	
District of Penticton 5% Bonds  	
Municipality of Point Grey 5%% Bonds  	
Municipality of Point Grey 5y2% Bonds	
Municipality of Point Grey 5%»/« Bonds  	
Municipality of Point Grey 5% Bonds	
Municipality of Point Grey 5% Bonds	
Municipality of Point Grey 5%% Bonds	
Municipality of Point Grey 5% Bonds	
Municipality of Point Grey 5% Bonds	
Municipality of Point Grey 0% °/o Bonds :	
City of Port Alberni 0% Bonds	
City of Port Alberni 5% Bonds..	
City of Port Coquitlam 5% Bonds  	
City of Prince George 5%% Bonds	
City of Prince George 5% Bonds	
City of Prince Rupert 5% Bonds	
City of Prince Rupert 5%% Bonds	
City of Prince Rupert 6% Bonds	
City of Prince Rupert 5% Bonds	
City of Revelstoke 5% Bonds,	
City of Salmon Arm 5%% Bonds	
Smithers School District 5V2% Serial Bonds	
District of South Vancouver 5r/o Bonds..	
April
Dec.
Aug.
June
Nov.
Jan.
Feb.
Oct.
Jan.
Nov.
May
Nov.
June
July
June
Jan.
April
Aug.
Nov.
May
Sept.
Dec.
Jan.
May
Jan.
Oct.
March
Dec.
June
July
June
Dec.
July
Sept.
Nov.
July
June
July
May
March
June
July
Nov.
Sept.
Feb.
Dec.
July
May
June
July
Jan.
July
June
April
Sept.
July
March
Aug.
Aug.
May
March   31
March   15
1959	
1941	
1945	
1958	
1942	
1946	
1946	
1949	
1951	
1941	
1944	
1035/39
1941	
1963	
1939	
1939	
1940	
1969	
1944	
1946	
1956	
1948	
1949	
1950	
1961	
1948	
1948	
1961	
1962	
1946	
1949	
1957	
1961	
1963	
1948	
1961	
1962	
1940	
1962	
1946	
1939	
1940	
1941	
1941	
1942	
1942	
1942	
1943	
1943	
1933	
1947	
1943	
1945	
1946	
1933	
1936	
1936	
1949	
1940	
1971	
1936/39.
1937	
$43,000.00
23,000.00
4,500.00
1,000.00
2,094.32
15,800.00
3,000.00
7,500.00
5,000.00
15,000.00
26,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
13,000.00
2,000.00
3,000.00
25,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
9,000.00
22,000.00
7,000.00
6,000.00
15,000.00
8,000.00
7,299.99
11,000.00
10,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
10,706.05
5,353.32
3,000.00
20,000.00
7,300.00
10,000.00
4,000.00
4,700.00
0,000.00
7,000.00
1,000.00
7,000.00
5,000.00
9,000.00
2,000.00
37,000.00
4,000.00
500.00
11,500.00
8,000.00
6.000.00
22,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
6,000.00
25,000.00
4,000.00
1,000.00 N 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Securities held as at March 31st, 1933—Continued.
Security.
Date of Maturity.
Par Value.
District of South Vancouver 5% Bonds	
District of South Vancouver 5% Bonds	
District of South Vancouver 5% Bonds	
District of South Vancouver 5% Bonds	
District of Summerland 5% Bonds	
District of Summerland 5% Bonds	
City of Trail 5% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 5%% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 4%% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 5% Bonds.. ,
City of Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of Vancouver 4% Bonds.	
City of Vancouver 5% Bonds	
City of Vancouver o'/o Bonds	
City of Victoria 5%% Bonds	
City of Victoria 5%% Bonds	
City of Victoria 5y2% Bonds	
City .of Victoria 5%% Bonds	
City of Victoria 5%% Bonds	
City of Victoria 5%% Bonds	
.City of Victoria 5%% Bonds	
City of Victoria 5% Bonds :	
City of Victoria 5%% Bonds	
Municipality of West Vancouver 5%% Bonds
Municipality of West Vancouver 4%% Bonds.
Municipality of West Vancouver 5%% Bonds
Municipality of West Vancouver 41/. % Bonds.
Municipality of West Vancouver 5% Bonds.....
Municipality of West Vancouver o% Bonds.....
Municipality of West Vancouver 5% Bonds	
Municipality of West Vancouver 5% Bonds	
Wildwood School District 5Va% Serial Bonds...
Dec.
Dee.
Dec.
Dec.
Oct.
Dec.
July
Feb.
Oct.
Nov.
Feb.
June
Feb.
Feb.
Oct.
May
June
July
Oct.
June
Feb.
July
July
Feb.
July
Oct.
Jan.
July
Juty
Jan.
July
Nov.
July
Feb.
Aug.
Feb.
July
Jan.
1939	
1941	
1942	
1944	
1936	
1955	
1946	
1938	
1938	
1938	
1940	
1940	
1941	
1942	
1943	
1944	
1944	
1945	
1958	
1969	
1937	
1938	
1942	
1943	
1943	
1943	
1944	
1944	
1953	
1940	
1943	
1943	
1948	
1952	
1952	
1953	
1962	
1930/41
$4,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
22,000.00
0,500.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
9,000.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
44,000.00
15,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
0,000.00
5,000.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
3,000.00
19,000.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
44,500.00
4,000.00
2,000.00
4,000.00
2,000.00
6,000.00
$842,754.28
VICTORIA, B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1933.
325-1133-5300

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