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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Twenty-fourth Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
CIVIL SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
for the
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31st
1959
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1960  To His Honour Frank Mackenzie Ross, C.M.G., M.C., LL.D.,
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 Civil Service Superannuation Act during the fiscal year 1958/59.
WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C., December 29th, 1959. 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 Civil Service Superannuation Act during the fiscal year 1958/59.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
December 28th, 1959. SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1958/59
REPORT OF THE BUSINESS  DONE  IN  PURSUANCE  OF  THE  CIVIL
SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1958/59
Part I.—Civil Service Superannuation Fund
Sections 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 16, 18, 19, 20k, 51, 52, and 53 (Employee and Employer Contributions).—During the year an amount of $2,506,928.52 was received
from employees, consisting of the following:—
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $2,186,899.11
Voluntary contributions         311,664.41
Repayment of moneys withdrawn  8,365.00
$2,506,928.52
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of
$1,929,662.39 were received from the following sources:—
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $2,168,925.54
Reinstatement matching   13,302.48
Prior-service requirements   5,385.73
2% formula requirements  117,259.88
Service-bonus requirements  125,983.87
Minimum-allowance requirements   2,082.00
$2,432,939.50
Less refund abatements        521,252.28
$1,911,687.22
Dyking districts  769.10
Employees' Association and Medical Services   3,094.12
University of British Columbia and Victoria College— 14,111.95
$1,929,662.39
As at March 31st, 1959, there were 9,747 active contributors to the Fund,
of which 2,024 have made special voluntary contributions. There were 1,391
making current voluntary contributions. The remaining 633 have voluntary
credits but have discontinued voluntary contributions.
Section 13.—As at March 31st, 1959, deposits with the Treasury at credit
of the Civil Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $49,186,496.87.
Section 14.—Interest in the amount of $2,255,779.71 was received from the
Minister of Finance, mainly calculated at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, based
on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1st, 1958, and October 1st, 1958, and
credited as at September 30th, 1958, and March 31st, 1959, respectively.
Section 15.—As of April 1st, 1958, a total of $1,623,650.21 was transferred
from the Special Reserve Account to the Contributory Pensions Account as
follows:—
5 Q 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Part I Part II Total
Amount required to ensure the
actuarial solvency of the
account in respect of the
allowances in force as at
March 31st, 1958      $789,588.13    $29,626.08       $819,214.21
Present value of the supplementary allowances granted, effective April 1st,
1958, under section 56 _...       800,989.00        3,447.00 804,436.00
$1,590,577.13    $33,073.08    $1,623,650.21
The balance remaining in the Special Reserve Account — namely,
$4,422,628.45—was transferred to the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Section 17.—A statement of all moneys received and paid out under the
provisions of this Act and the assets and liabilities appertaining to the granting of
superannuation allowances under its provisions is given in the statements of revenue
and expenditure and the balance-sheet appended hereto.
Section 18.—(1) Superannuation allowances were granted to sixty-three
retiring employees, pursuant to this subsection. For analysis see statements of
comparative statistics appended hereto.
Section 20.—(3) One deferred superannuation allowance was granted pursuant to this subsection.
Section 20a.—Of the sixty-three allowances granted pursuant to section 18
(1), eleven retiring employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under this section.
Section 21.—(1) Superanuation allowances were granted to dependents of
eleven employees who died while in service.
Section 23.—Refunds totalling $30,281.20 were made to the widow or estate
in the case of nineteen contributors who died while in service.
Section 24.—(1) Refunds totalling $556,855.98 were made to 973 contributors who left the service of the Government.
(2) Two superannuation allowances were granted pursuant to this subsection.
(3) An amount of $34,879.26 was transferred to the contributors' credit
in Employees' Suspense Account in respect of twenty-six former employees who
were out of the service of the Government for more than three years.
Section 28.—Administration expenses covering both Part I and Part II
amounting to $43,606.82 were paid from the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Section 36.—An amount of $1,006.98 was paid over to the Minister of
Finance from the accounts of two former contributors.
Schedule _..—An amount of $40,817.25 was paid out in supplementing
allowances granted prior to April 1st, 1953, pursuant to Schedule B. The Minister
of Finance reimbursed the Fund for this amount out of the Consolidated Revenue
Fund.
The accounts of twenty-two contributors who ceased to be eligible to contribute to Part I were transferred from the Civil Service Superannuation Fund to
the Retirement Fund.
Part II.—Retirement Fund
Sections 4, 42, 52, and 53 (Employee and Employer Contributions).—
During the year an amount of $781,538.83 was received from employees, consisting of the following:— CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1958/59 Q 7
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $760,931.22
Voluntary contributions        20,607.61
$781,538.83
During  the   year,  employer  contributions   amounting  to   a  net  total   of
$572,606.58 were received from the following sources:—
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching   $762,114.25
Service-bonus requirements        29,207.16
Minimum-allowance requirements    356.24
$791,677.65
Less refund abatements      219,342.32
$572,335.33
Dyking districts   271.25
$572,606.58
As at March 31st, 1959, there were 2,975 active contributors to the Fund.
Section 43.—Interest in the amount of $336,240.98 was received from the
Minister of Finance, mainly calculated at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, in the
same manner as under Part I of the Act.
Section 44.—The accounts of 157 contributors who became eligible to contribute to Part I were transferred from the Retirement Fund to the Civil Service Superannuation Fund.
Section 46.—(2) Superannuation allowances were granted to twenty-one
retiring employees pursuant to this subsection. For analysis see statements of
comparative statistics appended hereto.
(3)  Two superannuation allowances were granted pursuant to this subsection.
Section 48.—(1) Refunds totalling $198,553.19 were made to 465 contributors who left the service of the Government, and refunds totalling $14,283.71 were
made to the widow or estate in the case of ten contributors who died while in
service.
Schedule C.—An amount of $14,965.30 was paid out in supplementing allowances granted prior to April 1st, 1953, pursuant to Schedule C. The Minister of
Finance reimbursed the Fund for this amount out of the Consolidated Revenue
Fund.
Legislation
During the 1958 Session of the Legislature, amendments to the Civil Service
Superannuation Act were made, including the following:—
1. The Special Reserve Account was closed and the credit of $6,046,278.66
as of April 1st, 1958, was distributed as set out in section 15 above.
2. Provision was made to transfer the employer matching sum to the Consolidated Revenue Fund in those cases where a refund of employee contributions is
made to an employee who leaves the service.
3. Provision was made to have the Consolidated Revenue Fund undertake the
payments formerly chargeable to the Special Reserve Account.
4. The maximum salary on which employees may make contributions was
limited to $9,000 per annum after April 1st, 1958. Q 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
5. A new method of classification of contributors was introduced. The new
class was called " Class D," under which employees contribute 5 per cent of salary
until they attain an age within ten years of their maximum retirement age, and 10
per cent of their salary during the last ten years of their service. New employees
entering the service after April 1st, 1958, are automatically classified Class D.
Employees who entered the service before April 1st, 1958, were given the option
to elect to contribute under Class D if they exercise their option before March 31st,
1963.
6. The rate of interest on all accounts of employees who entered the service
before April 1st, 1958, remains at 5 per cent per annum. The rate of interest for
all accounts of employees who enter the service after April 1st, 1958, is changed to
4 per cent per annum.
7. The option to have the superannuation allowance calculated on the money
purchase plan was limited to those who entered the service before April 1st, 1958.
Those who enter the service after April 1st, 1958, will have their allowance calculated on the new 2-per-cent formula, without option. Those in service on April 1st,
1958, will, when they attain retirement age, have the option of having the allowance
calculated on the money purchase plan or the 2-per-cent formula.
8. The maximum amount under the temporary annuity units was increased
from $40 per month to $55 per month in order to conform with the new level of
payments under the Federal Old Age Security programme.
9. The new 2-per-cent formula for calculation of superannuation allowances
was introduced. Its application was extended to present employees on an optional
basis, and future employees on a compulsory basis. Under this plan the initial
amount of a person's superannuation allowance is 2 per cent X the number of
years of his service (not exceeding thirty-five years) X his average salary during
the last ten years of service (maximum $750 per month). The initial amount
of allowance is paid until the employee attains age 70. At that time a reduction of
$27.50 per month is made. When his wife attains age 70 a further reduction of
$27.50 per month is made. The remainder is payable during the lifetime of the
employee, but if he predeceases his wife she would receive 50 per cent of the remainder for the balance of her lifetime. The full amount is payable provided the
amount at his credit at retirement is at least equal to the amount which would have
been at his credit had he been a Class D contributor throughout his career, with
contributions at the rate of 10 per cent during the last ten years (maximum thirty-
five years). Where the amount at his credit is less than the above requirement, the
employee may make additional contributions or may elect a reduced allowance rather
than to pay the arrears.
10. The provision covering the adjustment of the superannuation allowance
during periods of re-employment was clarified to include employment with Crown
agencies.
11. Provision was made for the Lieutenant-Governor in Council to authorize a
refund to an employee who would otherwise be entitled to an allowance upon retirement, but such refunds may only be authorized where it is considered in the best
interest of the contributor to have a refund rather than an allowance.
12. Provision was made for actuarial valuations of the Fund at five-year intervals, the first such valuation to be made as at March 31st, 1961.
13. Employees entering the service for the first time after age 55 will be able
to contribute to the Fund only on a voluntary basis. This option allows an employee
to accumulate a credit in the Fund and to participate in the Public Services Medical
Plan, but carries with it no option for a superannuation allowance at retirement. CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1958/59
Q 9
14. A supplementary allowance was provided for employees and widows where
the retired employee completed at least twenty-five years of service prior to retirement. The amount of the supplementary allowance was $5 per month in respect of
the first twenty-five years of service, plus $1 per month for each completed year of
service in excess of twenty-five years of service. In addition, the wife or widow of
a retired employee received a supplementary allowance of one-half of the amount
payable to the retired employee.
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner. Q 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERRANUATION FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 3 1st, 1959
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular	
Voluntary  .	
Reinstatement
Employer—miscellaneous statutory
Less refund abatements	
$2,186,899.11
311,664.41
8,365.00
$2,450,914.67
521,252.28
Transfers from Part II—Retirement Fund-
Transfers from Teachers' Pensions Fund....
Transfers from Government of Canada Superannuation Fund	
Tranfers from Workmen's Compensation Board Superannuation
Fund 	
Provided out of Consolidated Revenue pursuant to Schedule B
as per contra	
Interest received from Minister of Finance	
$2,506,928.52
1,929,662.39
105,396.04
18,894.67
540.68
1,457.42
40,817.25
2,255,779.71
$6,859,476.68
Superannuation allowances-
Paid from the Fund ...
Provided from Consolidated Revenue pursu
ant to Schedule B as per contra	
Expenditure
.. $1,647,964.83
40,817.25
Refunds
$1,688,782.08
588,020.00
76,232.66
41,287.30
Transfers to Part II—Retirement Fund	
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund	
Transfer to Consolidated Revenue of the balance in the Special
Reserve Account    4,422,628.45
Net increase during year..
6,816,950.49
$42,526.19
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1st, 1958     49,143,970.68
Deposits with Treasury, March 31st, 1959  $49,186,496.87 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1958/59 Q 11
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Balance Sheet as at March 31st, 1959
Assets
Deposits with Treasury  $49,186,496.87
$49,186,496.87
Liabilities
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of current
pensions 	
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions  $16,255,917.53
Employees' voluntary contributions       2,479,095.06
$18,735,012.59
Employer contributions     16,255,917.53
Employees' Suspense Accounts, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees as per Schedule No. 1 1	
$14,157,248.03
34,990,930.12
38,318.72
$49,186,496.87 Q 12
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PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1st, 1958, to March 31st, 1959
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Atkins, James Leonard 	
Austin, Hugh Gardner	
Aylett, Robert William	
Bacon, Rupert Charles John	
Bennie, Hamilton William	
Bracewell, William	
Bromley, Elwood Peter	
Brown, John Montgomery	
Bryne, Dr. Ultan Patrick  _
Campbell, Harold Lane	
Campbell, William Harvey.	
Carnsew, Charles Noel Thomas
Childs, Walter	
Collins, Arthur Edward	
Collins, Charles George	
Cope, William Horsey	
Costanzo, Rosario—  	
Craig, Cameron Donald	
Curtis, Henry William 	
Davidson, James 	
Davy, Mrs. Frederick I	
Disney, John Harold	
Donaghy, Alex. Wycliffe	
Donaldson, James Herbert	
Doughty-Davies, John Herbert-
Dunn, Eric John  	
Gee, Dr. Arthur Milsap —
Gillespie, Errol Pilkington	
Godwin, Cyril Vernon	
Grant, Mrs. Jessie J. C	
Grist, James William	
Gurney, Donald Edward Milne.
Hatcher, Gilbert Temple	
Henning, Walter Gibson	
Heyes, Frederico _ 	
Hughes, Hugh Percy 	
Hume, William George	
Jones, Evan Stennett	
Laking, John Emerson	
Leigh, Miss Amy	
Levy, William Walter ,—
Lyons, Norman de Wolfe	
Martin, John Herbert 	
Mathieson, Jerry Vilhelm	
Mounce, Reginald Scott	
MacKenzie, George 	
McBeth, John 	
McConnell, Ernest Victor	
McDonald, Frank Faulkner	
McDonald, Joseph Archibald	
McMillan, George Lewis	
McRae, Roderick Alexander	
Neil, Paul Russell 	
Nelson, William James _.
Nichol, Henry	
Oldham, Earl Ganong —
Oliver, Reginald Victor	
O'Neill, Thomas	
Orchard, Chauncey Donald	
Palethorpe, George Cecil	
Palmer, Basil Frederick	
Pennington, Robert Arthur	
Raisbeck, Thomas  	
Rink, Franz Baltazarowitch	
Roylance, Ernest John C.  _
Shaw, Allan MacPherson	
Smith, John Wesley 	
Stevenson, Mrs. Nan	
Stevenson, Robinson	
Stoodley, Geo. Ernest—.	
Lands and Forests	
Provincial Secretary	
Lands and Forests 	
Provincial Secretary	
Public Works .  —
Provincial Secretary	
Highways  —
Attorney-General    	
Provincial Secretary  -	
Education	
Lands and Forests  	
Health and Welfare	
Finance	
Lands and Forests    —
Provincial Secretary .	
Finance	
Highways   	
Attorney-General	
Provincial Secretary 	
Provincial Secretary  _ 	
Labour  	
Attorney-General  	
Attorney-General—   	
Highways —   	
Municipal Affairs— 	
Education  	
Provincial Secretary  	
Finance  	
Provincial Secretary  	
Health and Welfare	
Finance . 	
Health and Welfare	
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
Lands and Forests 	
Health and Welfare 	
Recreation and Conservation	
Public Works  	
Highways     —
Provincial Secretary	
Health and Welfare  	
Attorney-General  	
Labour   — 	
Public Works  	
Education	
Provincial Secretary	
Provincial Secretary '.	
Provincial Secretary	
Provincial Secretary	
Highways  	
Health and Welfare	
Provincial Secretary	
Recreation and Conservation	
Lands and Forests	
Provincial Secretary	
Health and Welfare... 	
Lands and Forests   	
Provincial Secretary  	
Attorney-General	
Lands and Forests	
Lands and Forests  	
Finance  	
Provincial Secretary  	
Deferred     	
Health and Welfare	
Highways. 	
Attorney-General	
Health and Welfare. 	
Health and Welfare 	
Public Works. .	
Provincial Secretary	
Aug. 1
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July 1
Oct. 1
Mar. 1
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Oct. 1
July 1
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Mar. 1
Sept. 1
Mar. 7
Sept. 1
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Oct. 1
May 1
Sept. 1
Jan. 1
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Dis.=Disability.
D.=Death in service. CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1958/59 Q 17
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1st, 1958, to March 31st, 1959—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Thomson, Mrs. Freda—
Towell, Albert Seymour..
Urquhart, Frank-
Health and Welfare-
Education  	
Walker, Dr. John Fortune	
Walmsley, Hubert Walter	
Wasson, Frederick Cleveland-
Welsh, Frederick Sylvian	
Williams, William Griffith	
Willox, Harry Alexander	
Wilson, Samuel Gordon	
Recreation and Conservation-
Mines   	
Labour	
Agriculture  	
Public Works	
Provincial Secretary-
Health and Welfare-
Lands and Forests	
Dec. 1,
Apr. 1,
May 1,
Oct. 1,
July 1,
Sept. 1,
Sept. 1,
Dec. 23,
Oct. 5,
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1958
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N.R. Q  18 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule No. 1.—Unclaimed Moneys in the Civil Service Superannuation
Fund at Credit of Former Employees' Accounts as at March 31st,
1959.
Name
Department
Amount
Abbott, Mrs. Laura H	
Applewhaite, John Hay Augustus-
Armstrong, Mrs. Barbara Joan	
Beesley, Mrs. Margaret Ruth	
Blair, Annie	
Brighton, Mrs. Frances M	
Brown, Annie Thomson	
Brydon, Georgina 	
Campbell, Mrs. Winnifred Mary—
Carr, Mrs. Annie  _	
Christie, Hugh Graham	
Clennan, Roy W 	
Cook, Miss Evelyn Margaret	
Dickie, Mrs. Paula 	
Douglas, Arthur Elmer 	
Dutcher, Mrs. Ursula E	
Firby, Mervin Edwin 	
Fraser, R. B	
Gardner, Mrs. Deane E 	
Gardner, Miss Shirley J	
Gordon, Robert Elvin Munroe _
Greenlaw, K. K.	
Hinds, Edward 	
Hoon, Mrs. Ajeat Kour	
Hoyt, Kenneth Allan	
Hunt, Mrs. Maxine E	
Jones, Susie G. E 	
Jonsson, Douglas William	
Kennedy, Fanny Annette	
Lambrick, Mrs. Molly Lillian —
Loney, Mrs. Jean M. F	
Mclnnis, Mrs. A. L. Jean	
Maclnnes, William Hedley.	
McLaren, Mrs. Audrey Elizabeth-
McLaughlin, John Lloyd	
Martin, Leslie C	
Mercer, A. L	
Morrow, Heather	
Mudrakoff, Olga	
Murphy, Robert J.  	
Neilson, Mrs. Clarabelle	
Newall, John _ 	
Petto, Emma 	
Pite, Norma H   	
Porter, Margaret C 	
Raper, G. St. J 	
Romanchuk, Victoria	
Smith, Frederick S. S	
Stanton, Lewis Edgar	
Swaisland, Mrs. Phyllis A	
Swales, Leonard Herbert	
Torpy, Katherine	
Wall, Katherine  	
Wallis, Edward C 	
Watson, Gordon Feild	
Watson, Marion Velda 	
Williams, E   	
Wilson, Constance M	
Total	
Public Health	
Forest Service	
Attorney-General-
Public Health	
Public Health _	
Public Health	
Labour... 	
Provincial Secretary_
Provincial Secretary-
Public Health	
Attorney-General	
Hospital Insurance-
Education  	
Public Health	
Public Works	
Public Health	
Highways	
Forest Service	
Public Works 	
Public Health	
Lands	
Forest Service	
Public Health —
Education 	
Finance 	
Provincial Secretary-
Public Health	
Public Works	
Public Health	
Lands	
Public Health .
Education   	
Provincial Secretary-
Public Health	
Attorney-General	
Public Health	
Forest Service	
Hospital Insurance-
Social Welfare	
Attorney-General	
Public Health	
Attorney-General	
Provincial Secretary-
Public Health	
Provincial Secretary-
Public Works	
Provincial Secretary-
Forests   	
Provincial Secretary-
Health  	
Attorney-General	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Provincial Secretary-
Provincial Secretary-
Hospital Insurance—
Public Health	
Education	
$26.95
2,371.52
19.42
618.01
2.71
14.80
712.51
9.63
708.21
1,636.96
942.40
66.41
175.36
517.39
4,088.07
5.97
683.24
21.42
4.77
293.34
475.83
35.74
11.34
140.41
8.28
10.80
772.66
12.72
1,822.27
5,259.50
123.93
1,147.98
2,218.45
1,008.33
29.20
13.06
3.38
342.88
701.10
27.02
24.16
4,251.45
6.95
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179.90
495.34
109.15
32.61
29.10
85.62
6.20
1,552.51
1.75
4.11
$38,318.72 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1958/59
PART IL—RETIREMENT FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31st, 1959
Q   19
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act-
Employees—
Regular	
Voluntary
$760,931.22
20,607.61
Employer—miscellaneous statutory  $791,948.90
Less refund abatements      219,342.32
$781,538.83
Transfers from Part I—Superannuation Fund	
Provided out of Consolidated Revenue pursuant to Schedule C as
per contra 	
Interest received from Minister of Finance	
572,606.58
76,232.66
14,965.30
336,240.98
$1,781,584.35
Superannuation allowances-
Paid from the Fund __
Expenditure
Provided from Consolidated Revenue pursuant to
Schedule C as per contra	
$101,502.94
14,965.30
Refunds 	
Transfers to Part I—Superannuation Fund	
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund
$116,468.24
222,746.78
105,396.04
2,286.50
Net increase during year
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1st, 1958 	
Deposits with Treasury, March 31st, 1959
446,897.56
$1,334,686.79
6,600,137.19
$7,934,823.98 Q 20 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Balance-sheet as at March 31st, 1959
Assets
Deposit with Treasury  $7,934,823.98
$7,934,823.98
Liabilities
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of current
pensions      $756,147.81
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions   $3,543,818.75
Employees' voluntary contributions   78,475.08
$3,622,293.83
Employer contributions      3,543,818.75
     7,166,112.58
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees, as per Schedule No. 1   12,563.59
$7,934,823.98 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1958/59
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PART II—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, May 1st, 1947, to March 31st, 1959,
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Refunds
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1954/55	
Non-active
1955/56 __
Non-active
1956/57	
Non-active
1957/58 	
Non-active
1958/59	
Non-active
1,563
2,100
2,346
2,340
1,886
1,701
1,878
2,200
571
2,386
341
2,331
98l
2,826
721
2,773
1641
12
17
78
39
66
70
125
156
16
150
14
102
26
145
13
202
24
87
322
350
576
637
306
256
[238
,316
1
f 332
f 416
I
( 442
27
13
17
10
28
21
30
26
34
7
16
22
26
14
15
19
16
18
18
19
7
23
43
68
79
94
113
128
141
158
176
191
I
1 Non-active-
Schedule No. 2.
-out of service less than three years.   Those out of service more than three years listed on CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1958/59
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Q 23
Comparative Statistics, May 1st, 1947, to March 31st, 1959—
Allowances Granted and in Force, Subdivided by Plan of Allowance
Granted during Year
Expired during Year
In Force at End of Year
Fiscal Year
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a
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1947/48
7
7
1948/49
16
23
1949/50
22
2
__
43
1950/51
	
26
	
1
68
1951/52
14
3
79 | „_
1952/53—
Normal
retirement.	
1
13
-
1
92 | ....
Death	
__
1
__
1 | __
Totals	
_   I      1   |  -
14
- 1 - I - 1	
_ | __
... 1 _ 1 1
--
93 | _
1953/54—
Normal
retirement ...
3
2
1
1
12
....
_
3       2
2
93 | 12
Death	
__ 1....
_
„
....
__
.... | ....
1  1 _
Totals	
3
2
1
.... 1 1
12
__ 1 .... j .... 1 —
.._ | __
3  |    2  |    2
-
94 |  12
1954/55
1
Normal
1
retirement—
2
2
2
9
1
5
4
4
92
21
Death 	
1
—
_ 1 __
....
__     -.     ....
-
1        1
Totals	
2
2
2
....
- 1 io
.... | .... | - | .... !   l | -
5  j    4 |    4
-
93  | 22
1955/56
1
1
Normal
1
retirement _
4
I
13
4
1
y
4
5
88 I 33
Death	
—
....
....
—
—
1 1    1
Totals
4 | ....
1
- 1 ....
13
__ | ._. | — | __
4
1
9  |    4 |    5
-
89 | 34
1956/57—
1
1
Normal
retirement...
1
2
15
_    1
-
9
5
7
-
87
48
Death	
—
 1 - 1 --
._.
....
1
1
Totals   ■ ■■
__
1
2
.... | 15
.... j - | .... | .... |   l | ._.
9 |    5  |    7
-
88  ] 49
1957/58—
Normal
retirement...
3
3
12
1
12
5
10
86
60
Death	
—
1
—
1
2
Totals	
3
__
3
.__
13
.... | .... | .... | .... |   l | ....
12 |    5  [  10
87  | 62
1958/59—
Normal
retirement
3
1
3
14
5
2
15
6
13
81
72
Death 	
2
.... 1 ....
1
-   1  -
1
3
Totals
3
1
3
- 1 -
I
16
_ |    5
1
3
15
6
13
82
75 Q 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART IL—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1st, 1958, to March 31st, 1959
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Boyd, James  	
Brown, John Bertram	
Carroll, Thomas	
Carwithen, Alfred John	
Cerolini, John 	
Christ, John 	
DeForest, Gordon Wellington .
Dolan, William Joseph	
Ertel, Louis 	
Floyd, Laurence	
Francis, Charles Edward 	
Johnston, Nicholas Roy	
Lambe, Sharen Holy	
Larson, Henry Elious	
McKay, Hugh Rose	
Medelec, Joseph Marie	
Paxton, Thomas Wilfred	
Sides, Francis	
Stobart, Thomas Robinson	
Ware, Thomas Henry	
Whitaker, Hector Child	
Wilson, Frank  	
Young, Wesley William	
Highways 	
Highways	
Provincial Secretary-
Highways 	
Highways 	
Highways 	
Highways	
Agriculture	
Highways	
Highways   —
Agriculture 	
Highways-
Health Services and Hospital Insurance .
Highways  	
Highways   	
Highways 	
Highways 	
Highways 	
Highways 	
Highways   	
Highways   	
Highways 	
Highways  	
Jan.
Aug.
Apr.
Oct.
Jan.
Sept.
May
Dec.
July
Nov.
Oct.
Apr.
Oct.
Jan.
July
July
Aug.
Apr.
Dec.
Aug.
Apr.
May
Nov.
1, 1959
9, 1958
1, 1958
1, 1958
1, 1959
10, 1958
1, 1958
7, 1958
1, 1958
1, 1958
1, 1958
1, 1958
5, 1958
1, 1959
30,1958
1, 1958
6, 1958
22, 1958
10,1958
16, 1958
15, 1958
1, 1958
30, 1958
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.--Normal retirement.
Dis.=-Disability.
D.=Death in service. CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1958/59
PART IL—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Q 25
Schedule No. 2.—Unclaimed Moneys in Retirement Fund at Credit of
Former Employees' Accounts as at March 3 1st, 1959
Name
Department
Anderson, N. W	
Barker, Beverley J._
Boden, Herbert	
Bontron, Alfred	
Bradshaw, Marion Hannah-
Brewer, Leonard	
Bryan, Edward 	
Byers, D   	
Charman, F..
Chernoff, George N.Cole, John J. E. C	
Cook, George..
Litterick, James Paterson..
McDonald, Dougal Geral..
McGinnis, John 	
Madge, Henry 	
Masterson, J. G  	
Miller, Richard..
Nowatzek, Carl Williams..
Palmer, B  .__
Petre, Edward John Beaton..
Popofl, Michael M	
Rankins, William-
Regan, Vernon William..
Rozell, George Fred..
Schlatter, Violet Rosie Colleen-
Schmidt, Ralph  	
Sharland, William  __
Shaw, Dorothy Mildred 	
Simoens, Leon.—   —
Sinclair, G  	
Smith, A...... 	
Starkey, S. S.	
Swanson, C.
Templeman, E. B	
Ware, Sybil Nelson-
Watson, L. L 	
Wilson, G 	
Wright, L. W.
York, Arthur Dickey-
Public Works	
Trade and Industry-
Public Works	
Public Works	
Social Welfare	
Highways 	
Public Works	
Public Works.. 	
Agriculture _ 	
Public Works	
Highways....
Cook, William Francis	
Cote, Hector Jean Joseph...
Fehr, G. L 	
Ferguson, Arthur Fredrick
Franklin, A. E _, —
Gorrie, Douglas. 	
Grieve, James G _
Hawkins, William Robert-
Hick, H 	
Holland, G. R. 	
Janzen, John 	
Kennedy, G... 	
Knox, W. G 	
Lands and Forests..
Public Works	
Forest Service..	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Forest Service	
Forest Service	
Highways	
Finance	
Forest Service	
Public Works _.
Public Works _
Forest Service	
Forest Service	
Public Works —
Public Works...	
Public Works	
Public Works _
Public Works	
Agriculture	
Public Works	
Highways 	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Highways .
Public Works 	
Hospital Insurance-
Highways 	
Highways	
Public Works...
Public Works -
Forest Service .
Public Works _
Public Works-
Public Works..
Education	
Public Works...
Public Works _
Public Works ..
Public Works _
$4.54
1.13
5.50
2,104.22
1,790.99
76.94
18.23
8.21
7.47
38.47
1,548.51
41.85
48.97
695.13
8.05
37.48
1.26
410.45
107.74
14.83
1.61
10.45
2.11
43.88
5.09
339.54
3.78
13.79
3.32
14.15
48.45
954.31
1.09
107.04
23.31
69.87
60.22
1.56
470.16
52.34
85.84
1.43
155.41
.50
9.63
9.55
11.21
14.36
1,452.00
11.59
22.78
6.40
1,586.85
Totals-
$12,563.59
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1960
160-1259-1914   

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