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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
SECOND ANNUAL REPORT
OF   THE   BUSINESS   DONE   IN
PURSUANCE   OF  THE
TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT
FOR   THE   PERIOD
JANUARY 1st, 1942, TO DECEMBER 31st, 1942
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Chakles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty,
1944, To His Honour W. C. Woodward,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned respectfully submits the Eeport of the business done in pursuance
of the " Teachers' Pensions Act " during the period January 1st, 1942, to December
31st, 1942.
G. S. PEARSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C. The Honourable G. S. Pearson,
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 period January 1st, 1942, to
December 31st, 1942.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
NORMAN BAKER,
Commissioner of Teachers' Pensions. " TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT."
ANNUAL REPORT.
REPORT OF THE BUSINESS DONE IN PURSUANCE OF THE "TEACHERS'
PENSIONS ACT " DURING THE PERIOD JANUARY 1ST, 1942, TO DECEMBER 31ST, 1942.
Section 6.—Contributions amounting to $367,543.04 were made by 4,612 teachers.
This amount represents ordinary contributions of $304,520.82 and special 1-per-cent.
contributions of $63,022.22
Section 8.—Contributions made by School Boards under this section amounted to
$434,035.57.
Section 11.—Superannuation allowances were granted to 32 teachers.
Section 15.—Disability allowances were granted to 7 teachers who had become
totally and permanently disabled.
Section 16 (1).—Superannuation allowances were granted to dependents in the
case of 2 teachers who died while in service.
Section 16 (4), (5).—Refunds amounting to $1,439.88 were made in the case of
3 teachers who died while still in service.
Section 18.—Refunds amounting to $101,295.79 were made to 429 teachers who
left the service of their employer.
Section 31.—Securities in the hands of the Trustees at this date are set out in
Schedule No. 1 of this report.
During this year there were five meetings of the Teachers' Pensions Board at
which all members were in attendance.
The first duty undertaken by the Board was the consideration of suggested amendments to the Statute. Certain basic changes were recommended and later approved
by the Legislature, the most important of which was the change in the method of calculating the amount of the monthly contribution to be made by the contributor.
Under the former plan each teacher contributed on a flat basis of 4 per centum of
salary; under the new plan it was essential that either contributions or annuities being
purchased should remain uniform, and the plan was changed in a manner intended to
achieve this purpose. All contributions are now fixed according to the amount of
salary being received. Commencing with all salaries up to and including $1,000 per
annum, the deduction is $3, and the amount of deduction is increased by $1 for each
$25 of salary in excess of $100 per teaching-month.
It is still permissible for a contributor to increase his or her monthly contribution
to an amount higher than the minimum, but such increase must be a uniform amount
of $1 or multiples of $1, or the amount of annuity being purchased must be uniform
in the same way.
A further amendment provides that, if the contributor has discontinued making
contributions because of absence on account of sickness, travel, or further study, the
arrears may be made good when the teacher again becomes a regular contributor.
In the event that the employer of any teacher who is serving as a member of the
Naval, Military, or Air Force of Canada or Great Britain, or any auxiliary or educational services in connection therewith, is making the contribution formerly made by
the teacher, the employee is not entitled to receive these special contributions as a
refund unless he has returned to the service of his employer and has remained in such
service since the date of his return for a period of at least ten teaching-months. TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT. S 5
A special provision has now been made that no superannuation allowance is to be
granted to any employee on the single life plan except with the approval of the Commissioner, and if the Commissioner should withhold his approval then the allowance
may be granted on some other plan. The purpose of this, of course, is to make it
possible for the Commissioner to assist the teacher in arranging, through the choice
of plan, to make some provision for the protection, if only in a limited way, of some
dependent relative.
Still a further amendment provides that, in the case of a teacher who has been
retired under the provisions of the Act, and who is receiving a superannuation allowance, if that teacher is temporarily re-employed in the service of any employer to whom
the Act applies, the amount of the " service pension " is 'to be suspended during the
term of his re-employment. However, he would continue to receive the retirement
annuity (purchased by his own contributions), and he would not be required to make
further contributions to the Teachers' Pensions Fund.
Finally, it is permissible to pay all salaries and expenses necessarily incurred in
the administration of the " Teachers' Pensions Act " out of the Teachers' Pensions
Fund.
The members of the Board were unanimous in approving the various changes as
herein outlined.
Part of the duties of the Teachers' Pensions Board is to consider applications for
retirement from service on account of disability, and, in 1942, eight such applications
were received, four of which were approved and four disallowed. One application,
actually- approved in 1941, became effective in 1942, and two applications, actually
approved in 1943, became payable from.a date late in 1942.
It is interesting to note that greater activity is being shown in approaching the
problem of attempting to provide a pension for the migratory teacher. To quote one
authority, " It appears to us that it would be desirable to establish some form of reciprocal arrangement between the Provincial funds for teachers' pensions, by which
teachers would have the right to count years of former service in another Province
as if such service had been given in that Province which grants the pension."
There is, we believe, considerable merit in the proposal, and it is hoped that a way
will be found to achieve this objective without very many years of delay.
May I remind all teachers that the other members of the Teachers' Pensions Board
are Mr. Harry Charlesworth, General Secretary of the British Columbia Teachers'
Federation, representing all teachers in the Province; and Mr. David Brankin, Past
President of the British Columbia School Trustees' Association; and may I again thank
these two gentlemen who have attended all meetings of the Board and who have, at all
times, given me their counsel and support.
NORMAN BAKER,
— Commissioner of Teachers' Pensions. S 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND.
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Period January 1st, 1942,
to December 31st, 1942.
Revenue.
Contributions as per requirements of the " Teachers' Pensions Act "—
Employees, section 6:
Contributions for retirement annuities $304,520.82
Contributions, special 1-per-cent.        63,022.22
  $367,543.04
Employers, section 8      434,035.57
Minister of Finance, section 4 (as per contra)     135,468.85
Interest on investments and bank interest        94,105.52
  $1,031,152.98
Expenditure.
Superannuation allowances—
Payable from Teachers' Pensions Fund—
Service pensions      $30,190.25
Retirement annuities        10,646.07
Payable by Minister of Finance, section 4—
Allowances paid   $135,762.72
Less amount refunded __  293.87
$40,836.32
Net amount (as per contra)     135,468.85
Refund of employees' contributions—
Section 16  (4),  (5)        $1,439.88
Section 18      101,295.79
     102,735.67
Administration expense, section 23          5,679.78
 284,720.62
Excess of revenue over expenditure      $746,432.36
Ledger Assets Account as at December 31st, 1942.-
Ledger assets, January 1st, 1942  $2,651,927.67
Net revenue for period January 1st, 1942, to December 31st, 1942, as per
Revenue and Expenditure Statement        746,432.36
Ledger assets, December 31st, 1942  $3,398,360.03 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT. S 7
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND.
Balance-sheet as at December 31st, 1942.
Assets.
General Trustees'
Account. Account. Total.
Cash at Canadian Bank of Commerce       $3,290.57     $273,778.37     $277,068.94
Accounts receivable—
Contributions outstanding  $68,621.48
Amount due from Minister of
Finance, section 4  ____    67,181.39
     135,802.87         135,802.87
Investments (Schedule No. 1)      2,990,669.04    2,990,669.04
$139,093.44 $3,264,447.41 $3,403,540.85
Accrued interest on investments   2,335.20 2,335.20
$139,093.44 $3,266,782.61 $3,405,876.05
Liabilities.
Employees' Retirement Annuity Account   $2,937,504.94
Employers' Service Pensions Account  460,855.09
Accounts payable—
Administration expense   5,180.82
Accrued interest unapportioned  2,335.20
$3,405,876.05
Comptroller-General's Certificate.
I certify that the accounts of the Commissioner and Trustees of the Teachers'
Pensions Fund for the year ended 31st December, 1942, have been examined under my
direction.
Investments are stated on the Balance-sheet at $2,990,669.04, representing original
cost of securities and amortization of premium and discount to December 31st, 1942.
A summary of the securities held at Balance-sheet date is given on Schedule No. 1
herewith, in which par values, original costs and valuation on the Dominion Department of Insurance basis or market value as at December 31st, 1942, are also set out
for information and reference.
The liabilities in respect of Employees' Retirement Annuity Account are stated at
book value.
Subject to the foregoing remarks, I certify that the above Balance-sheet is in my
opinion properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct statement of the affairs
of the Fund according to the best of my information and the explanations given to me
and as shown by the books of the Fund.
J. A. Craig, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., December 11th, 1943. S 8
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TEACHERS' PENSIONS IN FORCE.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Plan.
Amount per
Month.
24-5-32
S.L. (B.)
Guar. 5 yrs.
Guar. 5 yrs.
Guar. 5 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.
Guar. 15 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
Guaf. 10 yrs.
S.L. (W.)
J.L. and L.S.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
Guar. 10 yrs.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L. (W.)
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 15 yrs.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
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.
Guar. 5 yrs.
(    J.L. and L.S.
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S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
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\            S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
$51.05
1 7-42
♦Allan, Miss B. N                 	
51.53
1-7-41
42.41
1-7-42
1-7-33
*Anderson, Miss C. H  	
51.55
30.43
1 7 42
56.20
1-9-39
4.17
1-7-41
Arthurs, Wm. T	
20.84
10-12-33
32.53
1-7-33
24.10
1-7-39
59.51
1-7-36
Barkwill, Mrs. B. H	
47.90
1-7-41
39.69
1-7-31
1-7-30
Barron, Miss E. A       ..
Barron, T. J      	
56.87
42.90
1-7-41
27.52
1-7-41
1-7-34
Baxter, Miss A    	
27.11
53.93
15-1-42
Beech, Wm. K. (Mrs. E. D.) 	
29.60
1-7-36
1-1-40
Bennett, J. B. (Mrs. L. J.)	
60.59
29.55
1-7-36
1-7-35
Bigney, Miss A. L  	
Binns, Wm. H  _
50.00
67.39
1-7-41
Bird, Mrs. M. D...	
46.39
1 7-42
Black, Miss C  	
50.71
16-7-41
Black, N. F. ... 	
57.82
1-1-35
Blair, Wm. D. (Mrs. C. D.)	
19.10
1-7-33
Botting, L. J. (Mrs. E. A. M.)	
29.29
1 7 42
37.21
1-8-36
Bowell, Miss B. J	
56.80
1 7-42
61.71
1-1-40
Boyer, A. B 	
43.06
1-7-41
46.71
6-7-37
1-7-36
Breadner, G. (Mrs. F.) 	
Brealey, G. E  	
43.36
47.79
1-7-35
48.86
1-7-42
1-7-32
Brough, T. A.   .....
45.21
1-7-42
56 72
9-8-36
59.25
1-7-41
1-7-42
Brown, H. 	
37.67
83.77
1 7 42
45 35
1-7-41
53.18
1-7-42
27 30
1-10-35
1-9-37
Bruce, L. J 	
13.89
31.30
1-7-36
Burris, Miss G. D  „
59.94
1-7-41
Butterfield, Mrs. A. E  .....
24.30
17-1-37
44 58
1-7-41
Cahill, Miss H. M. _ ___ .
46 74
1-7-33
Cairns, Miss K	
57.64
1-8-40
Cairns, Miss M	
61.35
1-7-36
55 87
1-7-39
1-7-41
Campbell, Miss C. G	
Campbell, Miss J. L	
54.21
55 49
1-7-37
15-4-42
Campbell, L. A _  	
21.54
37.42
1-7-38
Canfleld, F. O.  ......
67.92
1-7-39
Cann, Miss J. A	
74 79
1-7-39
Cantell, A	
23.07
1-7-35
26.93
1-7-42
* Provision is made under the " Teachers' Pensions Act " that where a pensioner is employed as a teacher the
amount of pension is subject to reduction. TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT.
S 11
Teachers' Pensions in Force—Continued.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Plan.
Amount per
Month.
1-10-42
1-7-34
1-11-32
1-10-37
1-7-33
1-7-34
1-7-38
1-7-38
1-11-37
1-5-35
1-5-31
1-7-42
1-7-42
1-7-41
1-7-37
1-7-41
1-7-41
1-7-33
1-7-40
1-7-42
1-7-41
1-2-33
1-7-40
17-8-36
1-7-41
1-7-42
1-7-33
1-2-35
1-7-41
1-10-40
1-1-31
1-7-31
21-12-29
1-9-31
1-2-38
1-8-31
1-10-32
1-7-36
1-12-28
1-7-42
8-8-31
1-1-37
1-7-36
1-4-31
1-7-32
1-7-41
1-7-32
1-7-38
1-7-34
1-7-42
1-4-34
1-7-42
7-7-34
1-12-37
1-7-41
1-2-42
1-7-38
1-7-36
1-12-37
1-7-30
1-7-38
1-4-31
1-7-41
Chute, C. C.Clark, A. ... .
Clark,
G. F. (Mrs.
F.
R.)    ,	
Clark,
Clarke
D.
Clarke. Mrs. G. B. .
Clement, S. B	
Close, Miss L. L.
Coady-Johnson, Mrs. S. J. (E. E.).
Coates, Miss C. A	
Codd, Mrs. S... ....__ ......
Connor, C. F    	
Cook, Miss E 	
•Cooke, Miss A. B	
Coombs, Mrs. F. A.
♦Cornish, A. J.. —
*Corp, F. R.-.-_. _
Cox, Mrs. E. M	
Creelman, Miss E.—	
Creelman, Miss L. M...
Crewson, Miss E. H.....
Curley, Miss E. H	
Currie, Miss G. B.	
Daiby, Miss E. M. 	
Dauphinee, Miss A. J.
Davidson, Miss M. G.—
DeBou, Miss E. S.	
Dickieson, Miss E. M.
Dixon, Mrs. G. L	
Dobbins, C. S. (Mrs. E. F.).
Dobson, F. H. (Mrs. B. S.')„
Dowler, Miss C. A. 	
Downes, G. (Mrs. G.).	
Draper, Miss H 	
Dunbar, J.    —
Dunnell, H.	
Eckardt, A. E.    ...
Elley, Mrs. A.'	
Elliott, Miss A. E.
Elliott, L. A...	
Elmsley, Miss A. B....
Estabrooks, Miss H. ....
Evans, Miss E. S.  	
Evans, Wm. E. (Mrs. F. A.)
Everett, Miss C. S.  ....
Fennell, Wm. T  __.
Fenton, Miss S. A.	
Fenton, Wm. H.  	
Ferguson, Miss M.	
Ferris, Mrs. A. J—	
Fessenden, K. H. ._.	
Field, Miss G.  _	
Finlayson, A. (Mrs. K. Meilicke)
Fleming, R. W  	
Forrest, Miss A. T  	
Fox, Miss D. A—	
Frame, Miss E. M 	
Fraser, D. A.	
Fraser, H. C. (Mrs. K. H.)
Fullerton, Miss K. S _.	
*Fulton, C.	
Gee, Wm. H.	
George, Miss R —
S.L.
$71.00
S.L.
71.65
S.L. (W.)
26.50
S.L.
39.15
S.L.
27.40
S.L.
26.26
S.L.
85.40
S.L.
50.00
J.L. and L.S.
61.09
S.L.
44.51
S.L.
34.80
J.L. and L.S.
35.00
S.L.
14.26
S.L.
49.53
S.L.
50.47
S.L.
50.58
S.L.
41.95
Guar. 10 yrs.
36.37
J.L. and L.S.
33.84
S.L.
50.00
S.L.
42.30
Guar. 5 yrs.
35.45
S.L.
27.66
Guar. 5 yrs.
32.22
S.L.
58.60
Guar. 10 yrs.
54.24
Guar. 5 yrs.
44.62
S.L.
57.47
J.L. and L.S.
50.00
S.L.
54.23
S.L. (W.)
61.40
S.L. (W.)
43.00
S.L.
56.47
J.L. and L.S.
27.50
S.L.
50.00
J.L. and L.S.
25.54
S.L.
35.89
S.L.
4.17
S.L.
50.00
S.L.
38.00
S.L.
50.00
J.L. and L.S.
31.89
S.L.
56.37
S.L.
50.00
S.L.
51.03
S.L. (W.)
28.71
Guar. 5 yrs.
32.24
Guar. 10 yrs.
44.89
S.L.
45.30
Guar. 10 yrs.
38.68
S.L.
40.55
S.L.
38.84
S.L.
26.14
S.L.
45.42
S.L. (W.)
35.55
S.L.
32.76
Guar. 5 yrs.
55.21
S.L.
46.35
S.L.
53.15
S.L.
60.41
S.L. (W.)
5.98
S.L.
31.54
Guar. 10 yrs.
52.64
S.L.
30.80
S.L.
57.60
* Provision is made under the " Teachers' Pensions Act " that where a pensioner is employed as a teacher the
amount of pension is subject to reduction. S 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Teachers' Pensions in Force—Continued.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Plan.
Amount per
Month.
1-10-32
Gillis, J. D    ... 	
S.L.
$23.61
1 1-33
Glaspell, H A. (Mrs. A.)                        -	
J.L. and L.S.
31.05
1-7-30
Godson, Miss M. ,	
Guar. 5 yrs.
54.06
18-8-33
Goodyear. Mrs. E. M     —	
S.L.
35.23
1 12 34
S.L. (W.)
51.71
1-7-37
Govenlock, Wm. M     	
S.L.
34.52
54.12
1-1-30
Grant, P. M.        	
S.L.
39.58
7 4 35
Grant, Wm. E. (Mrs. L. U.)     	
S.L. (W.)
29.01
1-2-37
Gray, C. H       ...
f    J.L. and L.S.
|              S.L.
23.65
26.35
1 7 33
Gray, Miss E. M. (Miss M. M.)	
J.L. and L.S.
50.00
1 7 34
S.L.
25.00
1-7-38
Grenfell, Miss M. E  • -	
S.L.
60.42
1 7 36
Griffiths, Mrs. L	
S.L.
32.68
1-7-36
Haarer, Miss M. P   	
S.L.
64.10
1-7-41
Hale, M.   _.
S.L.
51.81
1-7-34
Hall, Miss C.     .... ....	
S.L.
52.74
1 7 42
45.28
1-7-31
Harding, Mrs. J. M. H   ....
S.L.
57.53
1-7-41
Hardman, Mrs. M. T. P. ._ ...	
S.L.
35.83
1-7-33
Harris, J. Wm.       	
S.L.
38.88
16 8-37
S.L.
S.L.
67.84
1-9-35
Herd, Miss A. B. G -  	
26.77
1-11-33
Herd, H. D. (Mrs. H. D.).„.	
S.L. (W.)
42.89
1-7 41
Hill, W. A.     	
f   J.L. and L.S.
{            S.L.
40.00
14.75
13-2-29
S.L.
50.00
1-10-35
S.L.
12.02
1-2-39
Howard, Miss F. M. S  __	
S.L.
45.62
1-7-34
S.L.
63.64
1-2-35
S.L.    -
52 94
1-7-39
S.L.
55.55
1-7-41
Hunter, J. W. -	
35.42
1-7-33
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
31.87
3-5-37
Illingworth, C. (Mrs. P.) ■'   _. ...
25.77
1-7-42
Irvine, Miss A. E    .
S.L.
53.33
1-1-38
Irwin, Mrs. L. M.	
S.L.
34.13
1-7-39
Jackman, D. S _  	
J.L. and L.S.
34.78
1-7-33
Jackson, Miss M. A	
Guar. 10 yrs.
38.00
15 1 31
S.L.
S.L.
40.62
1-9-36
31.90
1-7-35
S.L.
58.90
9-10-37
J.L. and L.S.
51.16
1-7-37
S.L.
f    J.L. and L.S.
|             S.L.
9.97
1-7-41
Judge, S. P. -  - — -     ....
30.00
21.37
14-11-35
Keatley, Wm. M. (Mrs. H. M.) .. _.  	
S.L. (W.)
31.01
10-6-39
Keenan, J. K. (Mrs. E. I.).	
S.L. (W )
1-7-35
Kerr, Miss A. E   _ _	
S.L.
10.90
1-2-36
S.L.
23 61
1-9-38
Kyle, J. _	
S.L.
1-7-36
Laffere, H. W. L      	
1-7-35
S.L.
1-7-30
S L
1-7-33
Lantz, Miss S. T.._. __ _	
S.L.
38.40
1-7-35
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
56 75
1-7-42
Lawrence, F. J	
51.00
1-7-41
S.L.
S.L.
1-7-41
Leach, Mrs. J. P....        _	
51.80
1-1-32
Lees, Mrs. M. E  _ _ _  	
S.L.
33.23
1-5-35
S L
1-7-34
Leith, Mrs. E. C	
S L
1-1-30
Lettice, Miss E. M..   __ „	
S.L.
55.00
1-7-36
S.L.
60 03 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT.
S 18
Teachers' Pensions in Force—Continued.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Plan.
Amount per
Month.
1-1-31
Lister, J. G. (Mrs. A. A.)          	
S.L. (W.)
$51.68
1 7-42
S.L.
47.63
1-7-37
Long, Miss C. M.  	
S.L.
50.23
1-7-35
S.L.
25.21
1-7-39
Love, Mrs. K. E _    ...
S.L.
37.84
1-1-31
S.L.
36.08
1-1-35
S.L.
56.62
1-1-33
McColl, Mrs. B	
S.L.
31.25
1-5-38
S.L.
10.35
1-4-33
S.L.
53.41
1 2 37
S.L.
28.04
1-7-36
MacDonald, Miss K. M 	
S.L.
18.26
1-7-39
McFarland, Miss C. H. -	
S.L.
53.28
1-9-36
S.L.
12.50
1 7-41
S.L.
50.63
1-7-34
38.76
1-1-30
McKenzie, Miss C. A.   '	
S.L.
31.25
1-7-41
42.88
1-7-41
S.L.
50.00
1-7-38
60.68
1-4-28
MacKenzie, Mrs. L. B  	
S.L.
50.00
1-7-42
Guar. 10 yrs.
51.39
1-7-34
McKi'm, J. J       	
Guar. 5 yrs.
32.48
1-7-32
MacKinnon, Miss A. C - —
S.L.
28.87
1-7-41
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
60.84
1 5 39
McLean D  R. (Mrs. CM.)                                   .         .          	
42.64
1-7-41
S.L.
44.75
1 7 30
S.L.
53.63
S.L.
54.06
1 5-31
MacLeod, J. V. (Mrs. M.)                          '	
S.L. (W.)
35.44
1-4-35
MacLeod, Wm. R. (Mrs. W. R.)	
S.L. (W.)
34.66
1-7-35
McMillan, E. R 	
S.L.
52.73
1 10 40
McNab, J. W.    .           ._	
S.L.
40.54
1 1-32
S.L.
50.00
S.L.
45.07
1 7 38
S.L.
34.98
McRae, Mrs. J. B	
S.L.
39.84
1 10 40
Maggs, A. B. (Mrs. S.)        "	
S.L. (W.)
50.00
1 7-34
S.L.
27.06
1-12-42
Marcellus, Miss A. B —
S.L.
49.64
S.L.
19.38
J.L. and L.S.
59.28
S.L.
65.10
44.85
S.L.
30.66
S.L.
36.58
S.L.
50.00
S.L.
16.30
May Wm. H. M	
S.L.
22.22
(   J.L. and L.S.
|            S.L.
35.00
12.77
Miller A. E.                                   	
J.L. and L.S.
7.14
S.L.     .
55.88
S.L.
38.54
S.L.
21.93
S.L.
10.35
45.14
1-9-31 )
1-7-35 |
1-3-31
1-7-42
1-1-31
1-7-27
1-7-38
1-7-35
Moore, D. M - -
f   J.L. and L.S.
|    J.L. and L.S.
40.84
1.67
S.L.
16.67
S.L.
49.70
S.L.
45.31
S.L.
50.00
60.51
Noble, Miss A. L - 	
S.L.
69.36
* Provision is made under the " Teachers' Pensions Act" that where a pensioner is employed as a teacher the
amount of pension is subject to reduction. S 14
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Teachers' Pensions in Force—Continued.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Plan.
Amount per
Month.
1-8-41
Norrington, Dr. A  	
Guar. 5 yrs.
$46.70
1-1-32
S.L.
60.27
1-1-40
O'Keiffe, Miss B. E  „
S.L.
43.44
1-7-33
O'Neill, Wm  ...	
38.12
1-7-34
S.L.
23.71
1  1-31
S L.
31.53
1  11  42
S L.
35.44
1-7-41
Park, Miss E. B.               .         	
59.86
1-7-40
Parker, Mrs. I. W.  ._	
S.L.
33.99
1-7-32
Parker, J. W    	
S.L.
36.75
1-7-34
S.L.
36.26
1 8 41
S L.
33.59
1-4-33
Paterson, J. M. (Mrs. A. B. Halliday)   ,.	
S.L. (W.)
13.23
23-8-42
Patterson, F. J. (Mrs. F.J.) 	
S.L. (W.)
S L.
22.52
1-7-36
59.91
1-7-34
Pattison, T.   ... _    	
57.38
1-7-37
S.L.
30.18
14-1-33
Perkins, Miss A. G. (Miss E. J.)   	
S.L. (B.)
29.40
1-1-36    .
SL   (B.)
38.18
1-7 41
Pettit, Miss A. M.                                                	
S L.
44.87
1-1-41
S.L.
20.88
1-7-37
S.L.
38.48
1-7-36
Pollock, J. R. ... _..._ ,	
J.L. and L.S.
51.03
1-1-34
Pollock, R. T  	
S.L.
36.85
1-7-35
S.L.
27.27
1-1-37
Pugh, Miss E. M.   ...
S.L.
50.00
1-7-41
Pullen, MissM. F „	
S.L.
50.88
1-7 42
J L and L S
32 77
1-7-41
S.L.
58.85
17-7-35
Rand, Wm. L. (Mrs. E. G.)	
S.L. (W.)
38.13
1-9-37
Rath, Miss L. G	
S.L.
31.15
1-7-36
Rempel, Mrs. S. W.	
S.L.
34.83
1-3-40
•Richards, G. E. -.-- -	
\    J.L. and L.S.
)            S.L.
20.00
14.02
1-7-39
Richards, Miss J. M ,,	
S.L.
46.53
1-7-39
S.L.
21.14
■    1-7-32
Roberts, T. H.  -.. -   	
Guar. 5 yrs.
49.76
1-7-41
Robertson, Miss E. B —  	
S.L.
53.30
1-7-35
J.L. and L.S.
43.66
1-9-36
S.L.
24.44
1-7-31
S.L.
56.40
1-1-41
S.L.
28.31
1-7-42
Royston, Mrs. M. L  _
S.L.
38.98
1-7-30
Sallaway, J. F	
S.L.
56 13
1-7-39
50.00
1-7-36
S.L.
44.48
1-7-41
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
11.81
1-11-36
Sheffield, P. H. (Mrs. D. G.)	
21.48
1-7-32
Sherman, R. S. (Mrs. R. S.) -	
J.L. and L.S.
30.25
1-7-32
S.L.
38.41
1-7-31
Shine, Mrs. A. G.   	
S.L.
50.00
1-7-41
42 47
1-1-34
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
49.46
1 7-42
Smillie, R.	
1-7-32
Smith, A    	
43.78
1-7-41
Smith, Miss E. M   ..	
40 67
1-7-39
Smith, H. H. (Mrs. A. C.)  ....    	
46 91
7-8-35
Smith, Wm. R. (Mrs. E. M.)_	
S.L. (W.)
S.L
1-11-42
Smith, Miss V. M	
1-7-41
S.L.
49.01
1-7-36
Somerville, C. E. (Mrs. M. B.)     	
S.L. (W.)
1-5-37
56,33
1-4-37
Spencer, Mrs. A _ _	
S.L.
39.44
1-7-36
9-10-38
S.L.
* Provision is made under the " Teachers' Pensions Act'
amount of pension is subject to reduction.
that where a pensioner is employed as a teacher the TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT.
S 15
Teachers' Pensions in Force—Continued.
Date
Effective.
Name.
Plan.
Amount per
Month.
1-7-30
1-4-30
1-7-34
22-8-40
1-4-36
1-7-41
1-7-34
1-7-39
1-7-85
1-7-34
1-7-33
1-2-35 ]
1-3-38 [
1-1-33
1-7-41
1-7-41
1-1-37
1-11-37
'   1-6-34
1-7-31
1-7-38
1-7-32
1-2-35
1-8-29
1-11-37
1-7-41
1-1-39
1-2-38
1-7-39
1-7-42
1-7-38
1-1-33
1-7-41
.1-7-42
1-7-34
1-2-39
1-7-40
1-7-39
1-6-33
1-7-30
1-7-31
1-11-32
1-3-39
1-7-41
1-6-32
1-5-31
1-7-36
1-7-35
1-10-31
1-7-41
1-7-33
1-7-32
1-7-38
1-4-33
St. Clair, Capt. I	
St. James, Miss L. A..
Stephens, Miss E. L. .
Stevenson, Mrs. C. J.Stewart, Miss A	
Stewart, Miss R. O. ...
Stuart, J. A.  	
♦Summers, G	
Suter, R. W. (Mrs. C. A.).
Sylvester, Miss L. M.	
Tanner, Miss R.    _
Taylor, A. H. (Mrs. E.)	
Taylor, H. H. (Mrs. E. A.)
Taylor, L. W.	
Taylor, Miss M	
Telfer, Mrs. M. H	
Thompson, Miss J. :	
Thornber, C. L. (Mrs. M.)
Thorp, A. B 	
Timaeus, Miss S. G	
Tom, G. H. (Mrs. C).
Trembath, Miss E. J...
Truswell, Miss M	
Turner, Miss J. C	
*Vars, Mrs. M. G	
Vining, A. W,	
Waddington, F.	
Warden, R. C. 	
Watson, J. H	
Webb, H. L	
Welbanks, G. E  .
Welch, J. O	
Weldon, Mrs. I	
West, Mrs. W 	
Wheadon, T. R.  .. 	
•Whitelaw, J	
Whitlow, Miss J. M	
Wilkinson, Mrs. H. R _
Williams, J.	
Williams, Miss M.	
Willoughby. Miss M. E.  ._...
Wilson, Wm. (Mrs. A. R.)
Winsby, Wm. N. —
Winter, Miss M. H. 	
Wish, Mrs. M. A.  	
Wolfenden, Miss L.  	
Wollaston, Mrs. A. V.    	
Wood, Mrs. E  ..
Wood, B. J	
Wood, Miss M. V.	
Woodcock, W. K.   .	
Woodman, Miss M	
Total ....	
Wilcock, F. (pension suspended).
Grand total _ — -
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L. (W.)
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
Guar. 10 yrs.
S.L.
J.L. and L.S.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
S.L.
SL.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L. (W.)
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
Guar. 5 yrs.
SL.
S.L.
S.L.
S.L.
$47.20
35.42
48.67
47.16
43.42
44.23
47.70
42.55
57.91
60.91
57.73
28.65
1.76
22.09
30.00
23.50
55.71
50.00
22.77
62.10
22.65
30.02
45.36
46.05
65.79
55.00
75.00
28.50
44.17
67.35
34.34
25.35
39.05
40.35
31.70
62.70
41.02
24.91
47.45
37.95
32.55
36.02
41.25
57.25
27.70
37.60
55.30
56.40
29.52
46.73
50.00
10.58
75.37
57.05
45.78
67.25
$15,814.43
25.88
$15,840.31
* Provision is made under the " Teachers' Pensions Act" that where a pensioner is employed as a teacher the
amount of pension is subject to reduction. S 16
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 December 31st.
1942:—
Retiring Allowances taken over from the Provincial Government by the
Teachers' Pensions Fund, 1-4-1929.
Name.
Date of
Retirement.
Age at
Retirement.
Date of
Death.
Age at
Death.
Time receiving
Allowance
from 1-4-1929.
Amount paid
from Fund.
Beattie, M	
1-4-27
16-3-29
1-4-27
1-4-27
1-4-28
1-4-27
1-7-27
1-4-27
1-4-27
16-3-29
1-4-27
1-11-28
Over 65
68
Over 65
Over 65
70 3/12
Over 65
Over 65
Over 65
Over 65
73
Over 65
64
19-12-41
5-9-35
15-12-31
15-3-30
27-2-42
7-3-37
16-10-32
22-4-38
21-3-41
27-3-32
27-11-32
17-4-31
12 yrs. 9 mos.
6 yrs. 5| mos.
2 yrs. 8^ mos.
11J mos.
12 yrs. 11 mos.
7 yrs. 11| mos.
3 yrs. 7 mos.
11 yrs. 1 mo.
12 yrs.
3 yrs.
3 yrs. 8 mos.
2 yrs. 1 mo.
$7,650.00
74
3,875.00
1,625.00
Gordon, R. G	
575.00
Lucas, Miss M..	
84 2/12
7,750.00
4,775.00
2,150.00
McGarrigle, T. A 	
5,450.00
Robson, J. C.	
Smith, Miss Minnie	
76
7,200.00
1,800.00
2,200.00
Thain, Mrs. A. C  	
66 1/12
1,250.00
$46,300.00 TEACHERS
' PENSIONS ACT-
-ANNUAL
REPORT.
S 17.
■
Single Life Plan.
Name.
Date of
Retirement.
Age at
Retirement.
Date of
Death.
Age at
Death.
Period of
Time receiving
Pension.
Total
Amount
received.
Armstrong, Wm. G..__	
1-4-30
61  8/12
17-6-32
63 11/12
2 yrs. 3 mos.
$916.65
Ashburne, Miss R. L	
1-7-32
66 li/12
4-2-33
66 9/12
7J mos.
304.73
Barker, Miss M 	
1-10-37
33  1/12
24-3-39
34 7/12
1 yr. 6 mos.
258.84
Barron, Miss I. M. F	
1-9-33
67  3/12
19-8-39
73 3/12
6 yrs.
3,900.24
Blair, Miss E. J 	
1-7-32
66  10/12
7-3-36
70 61/12
3 yrs. 81 mos.
2,939.23
1-1-37
62 10/12
20-10-42
68 8/12
3,584.96
Cameron, Miss E. C	
1-4-33
53 2/12
12-10-36
56 81/12
3 yrs. 6_> mos.
577.58
Campbell, E	
1-7-30
65
8-3-41
75 81/12
8,102.45
Campbell, J. M.
1-7-30
70 81/12
23 8-34
74 101/12
3,225.00
Campbell, R. H.    	
1-7-30
67
23-2-42
78 8/12
2,041.20
Caspell, E	
1-7-32
65 51/12
20-5-36
69 4/12
3 yrs. IO.; mos.
3,658.48
Christensen, C. B.	
1-10-30
69  111/12
5-5-37
76 7/12
6 yrs. 7j_ mos.
3,378.75
Clark, D. P   	
16-11-29
63 8J/12
28-2-36
70
6 yrs. 3_? mos.
2,486.40
Dimock, Mrs. E. P....	
1-7-36
61  6/12
16-5-40
65 5/12
3 yrs. 11 mos.
1,873.89
Duffell, Mrs. A	
1-7-35
60 11/12
17-7-42
68
2,439.50
Fletcher, Miss E. E	
1-7-30
76 3/12
27-7-38
84 4/12
8 yrs. 1 mo.
6,208.00
Freeman, B. S 	
1-9-38
65  2/12
23-9-42
69 3/12
4 yrs. 1 mo.
787.50
Gladwell, Miss M..-. 	
1-1-35
60 3/12
19-12-37
63  3/12
3 yrs.
1,149.12
1-5-37
55 10/12
16-4-42
60 10/12
2,075.40
Haviland, Miss I. I...	
1-7-33
66 8/12
24-1-42
75 3/12
8 yrs. 7 mos.
3,543.20
Hewton, Miss S 	
1-10-30
70  6/12
12-3-31
70 111/12
5| mos.
350.96
Jay, J. E.     	
1-4-30
63  6/12
31-10-30
64 1/12
7 mos.
437.50
Jopling, Miss M. A.	
1-7-30
43  8/12
23-1-31
44 3/12
7 mos.
125.23
Keast, Miss A 	
1-7-31
63 11/12
15-10-36
68 5/12
5 yrs. 3_> mos.
4,105.91
Kneeshaw, Miss E. M	
1-7-36
60 3/12
1-3-41
64  11/12
4 yrs. 8 mos.
2,816.20
Lallemand, C. F.   	
1-7-33
70  2J/12
14-8-37
74 4/12
4 yrs. 11 mos.
1,143.45
1-7-31
67  6|/12
2-1-39
75  1/12
7 yrs. 6| mos.
5,873.45
1-4-30
72
20-10-39
81  7/12
9 yrs. 7 mos.
3,926.55
Little, D. C.  	
1-1-33
77 1/12
30-11-39
84
6 yrs. 11 mos.
3,561.53
McCulloch, Miss I. J.	
1-9-36
49 8/12
23-7-37
50 7/12
11 mos.
352.33
McDonagh, Wm 	
1-6-29
65 51/12
21-5-34
70  51/12
5 yrs.
3,625.00
Macfarlane, Miss R. M. ....
1-7-32
68  5/12
27-10-33
69  9/12
1 yr. 4 mos.
1,005.12
MacKay, Wm. H.	
1-11-34
45  8/12
5-2-40
50  111/12
5 yrs. 31 mos.
2,146.30
MacKenzie, Miss A. B	
1-7-30
67  6/12
5-10-38
75  91/12
8 yrs. 31 mos.
3,961.10
McGregor, D. M 	
1-10-33
41  11|/12
14-5-37
45  7/12
3 yrs. Ih mos.
704.70
McKay, Miss M. G	
1-1-31
70  81/12
30-12-37
77  81/12
7 yrs.
5,397.00
Martin, Mrs. M. A 	
1-2-35
64 8/12
26-5-41
71
6 yrs. 4 mos.
3,530.96
Maxwell, A. M	
1-4-30
68  81/12
10-4-39
77  9/12
9 yrs. h mo.
4,182.68
Menkus. Mrs. E. E	
1-7-31
61  7/12
18-5-37
67  6/12
5 yrs. 11 mos.
4,588.02
Moore, F. W 	
1-1-35
65  1/12
19-7-40
70 71/12
5 yrs. 7 mos.
2,167.45
Morton, Mrs. M. W	
1-7-36
60  3/12
29-8-37
61  5/12
1 yr. 2 mos.
429.94
Olding, Miss E.	
1-7-32
69 3/12
4-4-37
74 1/12
4 yrs. 9_. mos.
3,824.33
Paul, E. B 	
1-7-30
80  5»/12
11-12-37
87  11/12
7 yrs. 5h mos.
5,678.78
Pollock, J. T	
1-10-35
62  111/12
29-9-38
65  111/12
3 yrs.
749.88
Procunier, Capt. C. A	
1-7-35
72  4/12
6-3-40
77  1/12
4 yrs. 85 mos.
1,543.58
Rabb, Miss V. B 	
1-1-37
58
17-12-37
59
1 yr.
462.24
Reynolds, H. F 	
1-7-32
69 2/12
18-12-37
74 8/12
5 yrs. 6 mos.
1,317.36
1-7-33
64 71/12
1-9-41
72  91/12
8 yrs. 2 mos.
4,002.32
Russell, Miss A	
1-7-30
70  1/12
25-3-37
76 91/12
6 yrs. 9 mos.
5,248.80
1-9-37
66 6/12
19-8-42
71  6/12
1,777.60
Smith, Miss E. G	
1-9-32
34 51/12
28-2-41
43 111/12
,9 yrs. 6 mos.
2,728.50
1-7-31
60 8/12
21-8-42
71 10/12
8,082.32
Stacey, Wm	
1-7-31
71  3/12
6-6-41
81 21/12
9 yrs. 11J mos.
4,438.23
Stewart, A. 0.        _	
1-8-31
68 1/12
31-1-42
78 7/12
10 yrs. 6 mos.
2,889.54
Tait, A. B 	
1-7-32
67 7/12
16-1-42
77 2/12
4,297.55
Templer, Mrs. J...	
1-7-30
72 21/12
17-12-35
77 8/12
5 yrs. 6 mos.
4,286.70
Vinall, H.	
1-1-37
62 1/12
19-11-38
64
1 yr. 11 mos.
783.15
Watson, Miss M. F	
1-4-32
54 8/12
10-8-40
63 1/12
8 yrs. 4| mos.
3,211.98
Webb, A. H	
' 1-7-33
61 31/12
13-12-34
62 9/12
1 yr. 5_> mos.
691.95
Whelen, Miss'A. E. L	
1-7-30
53 5/12
24-12-40
63 11/12
10 yrs. 6 mos.
5,414.22
Wilson, F. C.	
1-7-35
64 11/12
8-2-36
65 6/12
71 mos.
447.98
Wooldridge, A.  	
1-7-32
71 7J/12
11-11-40
80
8 yrs. 41 mos.
5,158.67
Yuill, Miss E. J	
1-4-30
61 8/12
21-11-38
70 4/12
8 yrs. 8 mos.
4,399.20
$179,317.38
Average age at retirement, 63.4 ye
ars ;   average duration of i
llowance, 5 yx
ars 6 months ;   appro
ximate average
per month of allowance, $42.91. S 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Joint Life and Last Survivoe
and Guaranteed Plans.
Name.
Date of
Retirement.
Age at
Retirement.
Period of Time
Allowance paid.
Total Amount
paid.      ^
Ball, F. W.   -   -
1-10-36
1-10-35
1-7-29
1-7-34
1-7-29
1-7-30
1-7-30
72 101/12
61 2/12
65 91/12
65 81/12
62 41/12
59  6/12
74 1/12
5 yrs.
4 yrs. 11 mos.
11 yrs.
2 yrs. 41 mos.
11 yrs. 10 mos.
10 yrs.
9 yrs. 91 mos.
$2,146.80
Rruf_. T. G : 	
975.15
5,627.19
1,413.60
4,473.00
E. _	
7,165.20
O'Neill, J.
4,400.18   '
$26,201.12
Modified Plan.
Date of
Retirement.
Age at
Retirement.
Date of Death.
Period op Time Allowance
paid.
Total
Amount
paid.
Name.
Contributor.
Beneficiary.
Single Life.
J.L. and L.S.
1-7-32
67 2£/12
30-3-41
8 yrs. 9 mos.
Section 16 (1).—Allowances granted to Widows of Deceased Contributors.
Name.
Bundy, A. C	
Fee, W. J	
Jamieson, A. G	
Macdonald, A. H..
Contributor.
Date of
Death.
17-6-31
21-4-33
26-6-31
17-12-30
Age at
Death.
62 11/12
52 1/12
62  11/12
52 8/12
Date
Allowance
granted.
1-7-31
1-5-33
12-6-32
1-1-31
Beneficiary.
Age when
Allowance
granted.
62 8/12
49 81/12
64 35/12
44 1/12
Age at
Death.
70 111/12
58 5/12
70 1/12
45 7/12
Period of
Time
Allowance
paid.
8 yrs. 31 mos.
8 yrs. 81 mos.
5 yrs. 10 mos. 4 days
1 yr. 6 mos.
Total
Amount
paid.
$5,920.25
4,206.13
1,732.29
657.18
$12,515.85
Average age of contributor at death, 57.6 years ;   average age of beneficiary on granting of allowance, 55.2 years;
average duration of allowance, 6 years 1 month;   approximate average per month of allowance, $42.86.
VICTORIA, B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1944.
525-1243-7295  

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