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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Fifteenth Annual Report
of the business done in pursuance of the
TEACHERS' PENSIONS
ACT
for the period
JANUARY 1st TO DECE-MBER 31st
1955
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1956  To His Honour Frank Mackenzie Ross, C.M.G., M.C.,
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 period January 1st, 1955, to December 31st,
1955.
WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C., October 26th, 1956. The Honourable Wesley D. Black,
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, 1955, to
December 31st, 1955.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
R. A. PENNINGTON,
Commissioner of Teachers' Pensions.
October 25th, 1956. "TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT
 •
ANNUAL REPORT
REPORT OF THE BUSINESS DONE IN PURSUANCE OF THE "TEACHERS'
PENSIONS ACT" DURING THE PERIOD JANUARY 1st, 1955, TO
DECEMBER 31st, 1955.
Section 4.—Superannuation-allowance payments pursuant to this section amounted
to $105,535.15. The Minister of Finance reimbursed the Fund by the amount of
$66,086.48 in accordance with the provisions of subsection (4). The increases pursuant to subsection (5), amounting to $39,448.67, were paid from the Service Pensions
Account. As at December 31st, 1955, there were 132 persons in receipt of allowances
under this section.
Section 6.—Contributions received from teachers amounted to $2,079,115.26,
consisting of ordinary contributions of $1,749,336.21, special 1-per-cent contributions
of $328,681.18, and individual contributions for service-pension credits pursuant to
subsection (6) of $1,097.87. As at December 31st, 1955, there were 10,009 active
contributors to the Fund.
Section 8.—Employer contributions received pursuant to this section amounted to
$1,965,776.85.
Section 11.—Superannuation allowances were granted to forty-four teachers who
attained retirement age. For analysis see statements of comparative statistics appended
hereto.
Section 15.—Superannuation allowances were granted to two teachers who had
become totally and permanently disabled.
Section 16 (1), (2), and (6).—Superannuation allowances were granted to the dependent in the case of five teachers who died while still in service.
Section 16 (4) and (5).—Refunds amounting to $22,526.33 were made in the case
of twenty teachers who died while still in service.
Section 18 (1) and (2).—Refunds amounting to $186,319.47 were made to 534
teachers who left the service of their employers. In addition to the number of teachers
who received a refund, there were 720 teachers as at December 31st, 1955, who had been
absent for more than two school-years, and had no refundable credit on termination as
they had only one year of service or less. This group was made up as follows:—
As at December 31st, 1952—
Males      72
Females   233
Between January 1st, 1953, and December 31st, 1955—
Males  .	
Females
79
336
Total as at December 31st, 1955 _______ 720
Section 23.—Administration expenses paid from the Fund amounted to $36,348.18.
Section 26.—During the year two meetings of the Teachers' Pensions Board were
held, at which twenty-eight individual cases were dealt with.
Section 31.—The securities held by the Trustees on December 31st, 1955, are set
out in Schedule No. 1 of this Report.
R. A. PENNINGTON,
Commissioner of Teachers' Pensions.
5 S 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Year Ended
December 31st, 1955
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the " Teachers' Pensions Act"—
Employees, section 6—
Contributions for retirement
annuities   $1,749,336.21
Contributions, special 1-percent         328,681.18
Contributions for service pensions pursuant to subsection (6)   1,097.87
  $2,079,115.26
Employers, section 8     1,965,776.85
Minister of Finance, section 4 (as per contra)  66,086.48
Interest on investments and bank interest        911,318.65
Book profit on sales of securities  6,195.68
$5,028,492.92
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Payable from Teachers' Pensions Fund—
Service pensions       $581,739.89
Section 4 (5) increases  39,448.67
$621,188.56
Retirement annuities          160,807.94
$781,996.50
Payable by Minister of Finance—
Section 4 (4)  (as per contra) 66,086.48
Refund of employees' contributions—
Section 16 (4)  $14,261.20
Section 16 (5)  8,265.13
Section 18 (1)  179,159.83
Section 18 (2)  7,159.64
$848,082.98
208,845.80
Administration expenses, section 23  36,348.18
     1,093,276.96
Net increase of ledger assets  $3,935,215.96 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT S 7
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
Balance-sheet as at December 31st, 1955
Assets
General Trustees'
Account Account Total
Cash in bank ■     $13,271.84       $101,720.67       $114,992.51
Accounts receivable—
Due from employees.- $151,171.59
Due from employers^ 251,813.50
Due from Minister of
Finance        32,556.29
     435,541.38     435,541.38
Investments at cost—net after amortization of premiums and discounts (see
Schedule No. 1)     28,563,524.58    28,563,524.58
(Par value,  $28,775,500;   market
value, $27,735,631.)
Accrued interest on investments    278,336.67 278,336.67
$448,813.22 $28,943,581.92 $29,392,395.14
Liabilities
Employees' Retirement Annuity Account  $13,634,295.81
Employers' Service Pensions Account     15,723,839.49
Accounts payable—Administration expense  34,259.84
$29,392,395.14
Approved.
R. A. Pennington,
Commissioner of Teachers' Pensions.
G. S. Soutar,
Accountant.
I certify that the accounts of the Commissioner and Trustees of the Teachers' Pensions Fund for
the year ended  December 31st, 1955, have been examined under my direction.
The liabilities in respect of Employees' Retirement Annuity Account and Employers' Service
Pensions Account are stated at book value. Under the terms of section 36 (1) of the "Teachers'
Pensions Act," chapter 334, R.S.B.C. 1948, an actuarial valuation of these liabilities was made as at
December 31st, 1952, showing a surplus of $1,381,000 on Service Pensions Account, on the strength
of which certain increases in service pensions have been made.
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.
C. J. Ferber, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., October 24th, 1956. S 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 1, TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
Trustees of the Teachers' Pensions Fund and the Minister of Finance
for the Province of British Columbia
Securities Held as at December 31st, 1955
Description
Date of
Maturity
Par Value
Cost Price
Book Value
Accrued
Interest as at
Dec. 31, 1955
Government of Canada—
Jan.     1, 1959
Feb.     1, 1962
Oct.     1, 1963
Sept.    1, 1966
Jan.    15, 1978
Jan.     3, 1966
Jan.     2, 1967
Sept.  15, 1969
Jan.   16, 1971
Feb.     1, 1974
Oct.   15, 1959
Apr.     1, 1960
Oct.   15, 1963
June  15, 1964
July     1, 1964
Apr.   15, 1966
Oct.   15, 1966
Jan.    15, 1967
Feb.     1, 1967
May   15, 1967
June  15, 1968
June  15, 1968
July     2, 1968
July     2, 1968
Dec.   15, 1969
July   31, 1970
Aug.   10, 1970
Oct.      1, 1971
Sept.  26, 1972
Feb.     1, 1974
Oct.     1, 1967
Nov.    1, 1968
July     4, 1975
Sept. 15, 1991
May  21, 1992
June   15,1992
Sept. 15, 1992
Sept.    1, 1959
May     1, 1962
Sept.    1, 1962
Sept.    1, 1962
May    1, 1963
May    1, 1964
Sept.   1, 1965
Mar.    1, 1968
Sept.    1, 1969
Sept.    1, 1970
Sept. 15, 1959-72
July  15, 1959-72
July  15, 1959-72
Oct.   15, 1960-74
June   1, 1960-63
and 1970-74
$990,000.00
430,000.00
444,000.00
487,000.00
1,630,000.00
130,000.00
128,000.00
425,000.00
50,000.00
350,000.00
5,000.00
500.00
100,000.00
552,000.00
700,000.00
228,000.00
56,000.00
489,000.00
400,000.00
310,000.00
184,000.00
658,000.00
300,000.00
200,000.00
1,468,500.00
2,075,000.00
410,000.00
750,000.00
200,000.00
725,000.00
513,000.00
919,500.00
650,000.00
1,719,000.00
550,000.00
428,000.00
663,000.00
11,000.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
7,000.00
3,000.00
18,000.00
1,000.00
246,000.00
160,000.00
1,486,000.00
75,000.00
135,000.00
$978,485.00
406,587.50
420,231.25
461,003.75
1,599,437.50
126,000.00
119,930.00
401,562.50
47,250.00
369,125.00
4,931.25
558.13
99,500.00
544,396.25
683,410.00
221,835.00
52,970.00
480,440.50
400,000.00
310,000.00
178,443.75
642,126.25
297,780.00
200,000.00
1,452,943.75
2,058,400.00
406,720.00
750,000.00
200,000.00
703,250.00
484,466.25
886,162.88
645,125.00
1,719,000.00
550,000.00
428,000.00
663,000.00
12,650.00
3,195.00
3,521.71
2,505.00
2,140.20
5,389.00
8,202.50
3,475.00
22,390.25
1,157.90
247,894.20
160,000.00
1,486,000.00
73,852.50
133,312.50
$978,746.55
414,435.81
427,788.84
466,285.31
1,603,023.02
127,241.44
122,261.74
407,371.63
47,887.22
367,608.34
4,977.72
514.43
99,754.56
547,634.13
690,603.54
224,398.52
54,203.10
483,987.34
400,000.00
310,000.00
180,602.18
646,643.08
298,612.35
200,000.00
1,457,557.68
2,063,995.34
407,821.51
750,000.00
200,000.00
709,266.00
492,285.64
895,029.68
645,243.85
1,719,000.00
550,000.00
428,000.00
663,000.00
11,362.17
3,063.94
3,178.06
2,170.98
2,051.32
5,156.07
7,555.95
3,238.32
20,268.92
1,083.67
247,580.88
160,000.00
1,486,000.00
73,948.74
133,424.25
$14,850.00
3% bonds 	
5,372.05
3,320.88
3<& honeis
4,843.32
33/J% honrls
28,301.71
Guaranteed by the Government of Canada—
Canadian National Railway Company—
3% bonds 	
1,933.97
2%% bonds..	
1,755.17
2% % bonds	
2% % bonds  	
3?4% bonds. 	
3.581.94
661.64
5,465.75
Province of British Columbia—
23/4% bonds 	
29.01
4V4% bonds                 	
5.61
2%% bonds. '
580.14
3% bonds    1	
725.93
3% bonds	
10,500.00
23/4% bonds   .. '	
1,322.72
2%% bonds
324.88
23/4% bonds	
6,226.39
2%% bonds	
4,580.84
2%% bonds 	
1,074.40
23/4% bonds          	
3% bonds..     —.               .
221.81
865.34
4,487.67
2?4% bonds	
2,742.46
3% bonds... 	
1,931.22
3% bonds   . ..: 	
26,093.73
'  3% bonds            .  ...
4,818.89
2%% bonds '	
5,142.15
2?4 % bonds .	
1,446.58
9,057.57
Guaranteed by the Province of British
Columbia—
British Columbia Power Commission—
3% bonds. 	
3,836.98
3% bonds	
4,534.51
3%% bonds 	
10,417.81
33/4%-bonds-
18,897.22
2,410.98
4% bonds 	
750.46
7,774.36
Vancouver and Districts Joint Sewerage and Drainage Board—
5% bonds  ' ...:_
182.33
19.73
5% bonds	
49.73
5'/2% bonds     .
36.47
13.15
32.88
104.42
44.75
298.36
14.92
School District No. 1 (Fernie)—
3,064.89
School District No. 6 (Kootenay Lake)—
4!4% serial bonds   .
School District No. 7 (Nelson)—
3,148.49
29,241.63
School District No. 9 (Castlegar)—
3'4% serial bonds 	
514.21
360.62
$22,474,500.00
$22,158,757.27
$22,245,863.82
$238,012.67 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT
S 9
SCHEDULE No. 1,
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND-
—Continued
Description
Date of
Maturity
Par Value
Cost Price
Book Value
Accrued
Interest as at
Dec. 31, 1955
$22,474,500.00
345,000.00
75,000.00
60,000.00
95,000.00
150,000.00
161,000.00
85,000.00
100,000.00
225,000.00
100,000.00
255,000.00
750,000.00
100,000.00
125,000.00
40,000.00
150,000.00
566,000.00
228,000.00
840,000.00
42,000.00
90,000.00
178,000.00
120,000.00
120,000.00
392,000.00
72,000.00
65,000.00
121,000.00
120,000.00
345,000.00
63,000.00
45,000.00
78,000.00
$22,158,757.27
340,283.85
73,852.50
60,000.00
93,546.50
150,000.00
158,799.13
85,000.00
100,000.00
221,557.50
100,000.00
253,521.00
762,952.62
100,000.00
125,000.00
39,453.20
151,155.00
557,340.20
224,511.60
864,612.00
41,425.86
90,000.00
175,276.60
120,000.00
118,164.00
403,485.60
74,109.60
65,500.00
121,931.70
119,304.00
340,687.50
64,946.70
46,125.00
79,755.00
$22,245,863.82
340,804.46
73,948.74
60,000.00
93,670.94
150,000.00
159,143.38
85,000.00
100,000.00
221,846.23
100,000.00
253,544.93
761,557.72
100,000.00
125,000.00
39,615.73
150,972.82
558,001.14
224,754.98
861,185.01
41,471.66
90,000.00
175,504.72
120,000.00
118,307.06
401,896.40
73,804.27
65,425.34
121,786.30
119,315.24
340,980.87
64,341.64
46,081.74
79,699.44
$238,012.67
Guaranteed  by the Province  of British
Columbia—Continued
School District No. 11 (Trail) —
3*4% serial bonds 	
June    1,1960-74
Oct.  15, 1960-74
May    1, 1966-75
921.57
514.21
School District No. 14 (Southern Okanagan)—
320.55
Oct.  15, 1960-74
651.33
School District No. 24 (Kamloops)—
May    1, 1966-75
801.37
June   1,1960-69
May    1, 1966-75
May    1, 1966-75
430.07
School District No. 32 (Fraser Canyon)—
454.11
School District No. 36 (Surrey)—
534.25
Oct.  15, 1960-74
May   1, 1966-75
1,542.64
School District No. 38 (Richmond) —
534.25
Sept. 15, 1966-75
May    1, 1956-65
2,429.49
School District No. 39 (Vancouver)—
4,006.85
Aug.   1, 1962-65
May    1, 1966-75
June    1,1959
Sept.   1, 1959-73
Oct.  15, 1960-74
1,769.86
School District No. 41 (Burnaby)—
667.81
VA% serial bonds	
106.85
2,113.36
3,880.59
School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) —
Oct.  15, 1963-74
May    1, 1960-73
1,563.20
School District No. 44 (North Vancouver)'—
5,868.49
School District No. 45 (West Vancouver)—
June   1,1970-74
May    1, 1967-75
Oct.  15, 1960-74
May    1, 1966-75
112.19
School District No. 47 (Powell River)—
480.82
VA% serial bonds. _ 	
School District No. 49 (Ocean Falls) —
1,220.40
641.10
Oct.  15, 1960-74
Dec.    1, 1960-73
Nov.   1, 1965-67
Sept. 15, 1965-68
Oct.   15, 1964-68
Sept. 15, 1966-75
June    1, 1960-74
Sept.   1, 1961-70
June 30, 1966-70
July     1, 1966-75
822.74
School District No. 54 (Smithers)—
1,369.31
School District No. 56 (Vanderhoof) —
503.01
School District No. 61 (Victoria) —
809.83
School District No. 62 (Sooke) —
1,084.86
School District No. 70 (Alberni) —
1,143.29
School District No. 80 (Kitimat) —
921.57
Village of Qualicum Beach—
730.97
Village of Westview—
4.32
Village of Williams Lake—
1,368.74
Totals	
$28,775,500.00
$28,481,053.93
$28,563,524.58
$278,336.67 S 10
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SCHEDULE No. 3, TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
s 11
Comparative Statistics, January 1st, 1946, to December 31st, 1955—Allowances Granted and in Force, Subdivided by Type and Plan of Allowance
In Force at Beginning
Granted during
Expired during
In Force at End
of Year
Year
Year
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Fiscal Year
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1946—
Normal retirement.
183
97
29
11
18
12
9
3
2
1
2
198
106
36
n
Disability ,
76
16
11
1
2
1
5
	
72
18
12
Death..	
40
—
	
6
....
1
45
Totals	
299|113
40 |  11 [ ....
25
14
10 | .... | .-
9
2
1
2 | .... | ....
315 |124
48
n | ..-
1947—
Normal retirement
198
106
36
11
21
14
9
2
7
1
1
	
212
118
45
13
Disability	
72
18
12
5
4
1
4
73
22
13
	
Death	
45
1
—
1
45
Totals	
315 [124
48
111.._
27
18 | 10 |    2 | ....
12
1
1
—
	
330 |140
58
13 | ....
1948—
1
|
Normal retirement
212
118
45
13 [ ....
12
17      2
5
1
1
3
i
219
133
44
12
	
Disability..... 	
73
22
13
2
2 1  --
3
72
24
13
Death.. 	
45
....    ....
9
-... | .-
1
53
Totals	
330 |140
58 |  13 | ....
23
19 |    2 | -.. | ....
9
1
1
3
i
344 1157
57
12 | ....
1949—
1
Normal retirement
219
133
44
17
18
16
4
9
1
228 |l49
47
12
Disability—	
72
24
13
1
2
70 1 24
14
Death	
53
7
...
_..
1
59 | ....
Totals	
344 |157
57 | 12 | ....
25
16 |    5 | .... | ...-
12
....
1 | .... | ....
357 [173
61
12 | ....
1950—
1        1
Normal retirement
228
149
47
1?
19
17
3 | .... | ....
8
1
2
239
165
48
12
70
"><\
14
2
5
.    |        |
3
1
69
2.8
14
Death 	
59
3
.... | .... | --
3
59
Totals	
357 |173
61 | 12 | ....
24
22 |    3 j -- | ..-
14
-
2
2
367 |193
62
12 | ....
1951—
|
1
i
Normal retirement
239 |165
48
12
8
2
.... | 40
8
2
2
239
163
48
12
40
Disability—	
69 | 28
14
1
1
1
.... 1 ....
3
....
»i
	
67
28
15
Death	
59 | ..-
1
....
.... | .... | ....
....
—
60
Totals 	
367 [193
62 |  12 | .-
10
3 |    1 | .... | 40
11
2
3
.... | .... | _
366 |191
63
12 [ 40
1952—
1
I
Normal retirement
239 |163
48
12
40
2
1
1
48
8
4
1
1
233
159
48
12    87
Disability	
67 | 28
15
6
....
1 1 -
4
	
69
28
16
....    ....
Death 	
60 | -..
5
-
1 | ....
65
1
.... | —-
Totals	
366 |191
63 1  12 | 40
13
1 |    2 | .... | 48
12
4
1
.... | .... |    1
367 (187
65
12 |  87
1953—
1
1
1
Normal retirement-
233 |159
48 |  12
87
2
3
1 1 ....
27
10
4
2
11
225
156
49
12
103
Disability	
69 | 28
16 | -..
....
2 | ....
1
1 1 ....
68
28
17
—
Death ...
65 | ....
1 [ ....
4
.... | ....
3
.... | ....
—
bb
1
Totals	
367 [187
65 ]  12 | 87
6
3 j    3 | .... | 27
14
4
2
1 1  - 1   11
359 [184
67
12 |103
1954—
1
1
Normal retirement
225
156
49
12
103
3
2
.... | .... | 32
13
1
2
2
.... 1    4
215
155
47
12 1131
Disability  	
68
28
17
2
....
1 | .... | ....
5
1
.... 1
b5
28
17
— 1 —.
Death	
66
1
3
-
1 | -.- 1 ....
—. | ....
69 |
2
.... | ....
Totals	
359 |184
67 | 12 ]103
8
2 |    2 | .... | 32
18
1
2
3
__|    4
349 [183
66
12 |131
1955—3
1       1
I
Normal retirement
137
115
45    12
247
4
1
39
11
3
2
126
114
46
12 |286
Disability	
70
28
16
2
....
3
3
1
69
25
15
.- 1 ....
Death 	
69
2
3
... | ....
2
.... [ --    ....
72
2
-- 1    2
Totals	
276
143
63
12
247
5
41    1
1
41
14
3
5
1 1    .. 1  -
1        1
267 |139
1
63
12 |288
1
1 Guaranteed:   (a) Superannuant died after expiration of guaranteed period;   (b) guaranteed period expired, super-
annuant having died previously.
2 Disability; recovery; returned to teaching service.
3 From 1955 the figures are on actual count by plan in force, including those changed to temporary annuity effective
January 1st, 1952. S  12
BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 4, TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
Comparative Statistics, January 1st, 1946, to December 31st, 1955,
Subdivided according to Sex of Contributor
Number of
Contributors
Allowances
Fiscal Year
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Number of
Allowances
Granted
Number of
Deaths and
Expirations
Number of
Allowances
in Force at
End of Year
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
1946    .   ..
1,742
227
2,100
169
2,135
170
2,385
129
2,724
105
2,976
148
3,159
174
3,384
93
3,668
146
4,055
148
3,387
666
3,842
438
4,012
532
4,260
711
4,561
630
4,605
898
4,856
972
5,260
622
5,593
777
5,954
466
97
118
111
71
52
85
70
59
54
76
511
504
444
362
359
412
376
469
436
478
29
26
25
21
24
25
28
27
27
28
20
31
19
25
25
29
36
12
17
23
5
4
11
5
5
6
9
10
10
14
9
10
4
8
13
10
9
221
181
9
200
222
236
252
271
289
308
325
342
357
298
1947  	
319
1948  	
334
1949	
351
1950 	
363
1951	
383
1952...	
410
1953 - 	
400
1954	
399
1955    	
Non-active2	
412
1 Expiries include allowances rescinded:   1953, 13;   1954, 1.
2 Non-active accounts include only those former teachers who have been out of teaching service over two years and
still have refundable credits.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1956
260-1156-5754

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