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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Twenty-seventh Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
CIVIL SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
for the
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31
1962
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1963
  To Major-General the Honourable George Randolph Pearkes,
V.C., P.C., C.B., D.S.O., 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 Civil Service Superannuation Act during the fiscal year 1961/62.
WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C., January 15,1963.
 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 1961/62.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
January 14,1963.
 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1961/62
Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the Civil Service
Superannuation Act during the Fiscal Year 1961/62
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Sections 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 16, 18, 19, 21, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, and 58 (Employee
and Employer Contributions).—During the year an amount of $3,264,432.15 was
received from employees, consisting of the following:—
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $2,801,705.18
Voluntary contributions         457,625.54
Repayment of moneys withdrawn  5,101.43
$3,264,432.15
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of $2,461,-
705.55 were received from the following sources:—
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $2,669,590.62
Reinstatement matching  5,101.43
Prior-service requirements   599.98
2-per-cent formula requirements  163,747.80
Service-bonus requirements  133,401.56
Minimum-allowance requirements   17,656.68
$2,990,098.07
Less refund abatements        682,868.44
$2,307,229.63
Dyking districts  1,129.00
Employees' Association, Medical Services,  and Credit
Union   3,981.65
University of British Columbia and Victoria University  16,271.58
Liquor Control Board        133,093.69
$2,461,705.55
As at March 31, 1962, there were 11,327 active contributors to the Fund,
2,292 of which have made special voluntary contributions. There were 1,692
making current voluntary contributions. The remaining 600 have voluntary credits
but have discontinued voluntary contributions.
Section 13.—As at March 31, 1962, deposits with the Treasury at credit of
the Civil Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $66,698,352.87.
Section 14.—Interest in the amount of $3,043,158.45 was received from the
Minister of Finance, calculated on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1 and
October 1, 1961, and computed as follows:—
5
 R 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
At the rate of 5 per cent per annum  $2,986,318.34
At the rate of 4 per cent per annum  49,713.62
At the rate of 3 per cent per annum  7,126.49
$3,043,158.45
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-sheets appended.
Section 18.—(1) Superannuation allowances were granted to seventy-four
retiring employees under this subsection. For analysis see statements of comparative statistics appended.
Section 20.—(3) Two deferred superannuation allowances were granted under
this subsection.
Section 21.—Of the seventy-four allowances granted under section 18 (1),
seventeen retiring employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under this section.
Section 22.—(1) Superannuation allowances were granted to dependents of
fourteen employees who died while in service, none of which were granted on the
2-per-cent formula.
Section 24.—Refunds totalling $84,047.64 were made to the widow or estate
in the case of twenty-four contributors who died while in service.
Section 25.—(1) Refunds totalling $695,854.13 were made to 945 contributors who left the service of the Government.
(3) A total of $31,723.34 was transferred to the contributors' credit in Employees' Suspense Accounts in Part I and Part II in respect of thirty-one 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 $46,019.40 were paid from the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Section 37.—An amount of $143.82 was paid over to the Minister of Finance
from the accounts of three former contributors.
Schedule B.—An amount of $33,801.52 was paid out in supplementing allowances granted prior to April 1, 1953, pursuant to Schedule B. The Minister of
Finance reimbursed the Fund for this amount out of the Consolidated Revenue
Fund.
The accounts of nineteen 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 4,21, 43, 53, 54, and 58 (Employee and Employer Contributions).—
During the year an amount of $878,189.37 was received from employees, consisting
of the following:—
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $807,719.30
Voluntary contributions        70,470.07
$878,189.37
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of $552,-
451.46 were received from the following sources:—
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1961/62 R 7
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $807,208.33
2-per-cent formula requirements       39,798.73
Service-bonus requirements       17,077.46
Minimum-allowance requirements          1,132.54
$865,217.06
Less refund abatements     318,188.40
$547,028.66
British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority         5,422.80
$552,451.46
As at March 31, 1962, there were 3,369 active contributors to the Fund, 317
of whom have made special voluntary contributions.   There were 267 making current voluntary contributions.   The remaining fifty have voluntary credits but have
discontinued voluntary contributions.
Section 44.—Interest in the amount of $509,241.54 was received from the
Minister of Finance, calculated on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1 and
October 1, 1961, and computed as follows:—
At the rate of 5 per cent per annum  $487,201.71
At the rate of 4 per cent per annum       21,335.65
At the rate of 3 per cent per annum  704.18
$509,241.54
Section 45.—The accounts of 259 contributors who became eligible to contribute to Part I were transferred from the Retirement Fund to the Civil Service
Superannuation Fund.
Section 47.—(1) and (2) Of the eighteen allowances granted under (1) and
(2), five retiring employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under section 21. For
analysis see statements of comparative statistics appended.
(3)  One superannuation allowance was granted pursuant to this subsection.
Section 49.—(1) Refunds totalling $324,181.15 were made to 507 contributors who left the service of the Government, and refunds totalling $19,706.43 were
made to the widow or estate in the case of ten contributors who died while in service.
Schedule C.—An amount of $13,218.91 was paid out in supplementing allowances granted prior to April 1, 1953, pursuant to Schedule C. The Minister of
Finance reimbursed the Fund for this amount out of the Consolidated Revenue
Fund.
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
As of July 1, 1961, when the Death Benefits Fund was extended to Part II,
there were 182 former contributors in receipt of a superannuation allowance from
the Retirement Fund eligible to elect coverage. Of these, 154 elected to participate
and twenty-eight declined participation.
As at March 31, 1962, there were 1,123 superannuants participating.
During the year fifty-eight claims were paid, amounting to $33,500, financed
as follows:—
Amount Per Cent
Contributions by superannuants  $12,894 38.5
Contributions by Government     20,606 61.5
$33,500 100.0
For details of individual payments see statement appended.
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MISCELLANEOUS
As authorized under section 40 (1) and approved by Order in Council No.
2970, 1961, an agreement was entered into between the Superannuation Commissioner and the Liquor Control Board whereby the Civil Service Superannuation Act
was made to apply to the Liquor Control Board, its members and employees, as set
forth in the agreement, effective August 1, 1961.
As authorized under section 40 (3) and approved by Order in Council No.
154, 1962, an agreement was entered into between the Superannuation Commissioner and the British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority whereby
the C/v;7 Service Superannuation Act was made to apply to the British Columbia
Toll Highways and Bridges Authority, its members and employees, as set forth in
the agreement, effective January 1, 1962.
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1962
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular  $2,801,705.18
Voluntary       457,625.54
Reinstatement   5,101.43
$3,264,432.15
Employer—-miscellaneous statutory  $3,145,022.64
Less refund abatements       683,317.09
2,461,705.55
Transfers from Part II—Retirement Fund  266,244.06
Transfers from the Government of Canada Superannuation Fund 7,837.89
Transfers from the Workmen's Compensation Board Superannuation Fund    1,235.62
Provided out of Consolidated Revenue under Schedule B (as per
contra)  33,801.52
Interest received from Minister of Finance  3,043,158.45
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from Fund  $1,965,375.83
Provided out of Consolidated Revenue under
Schedule B (as per contra)         33,801.52
  $1,999,177.35
Refunds       779,927.01
Transfers to Part II—Retirement Fund         42,835.74
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund         48,829.44
$9,078,415.24
2,870,769.54
Net increase during year.    $6,207,645.70
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1, 1961    60,492,707.17
Deposits with Treasury and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce,
March 31, 1962  $66,700,352.87
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1961/62 R 9
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Civil Service Superannuation Fund as at March 31, 1962
Cash and securities held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page
E 21 of the Public Accounts, March 31, 1962—
Cash in chartered banks in Canada        $374,984.12
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value     66,323,368.75
Par Value
Government of Canada  $1,000.00
Province of British Columbia  1,137,000.00
Province of British Columbia guaranty—■
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority—
Bonds  6,088,000.00
Demand notes  1,3 60,000.00
British  Columbia  Toll  Highways  and   Bridges
Authority bonds  15,820,000.00
British Columbia improvement districts  4,732,400.00
British Columbia municipalities  8,965,445.85
British Columbia school districts  21,796,900.00
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District    1,3 34,000.00
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company bonds  4,106,000.00
Province of Manitoba  29,000.00
Province  of  Manitoba  guaranty—Manitoba  Hydroelectric Power Commission  2,000.00
Province of Ontario  21,000.00
Province of Ontario guaranty—
Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission  1,372,500.00
Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation  109,000.00
Province of Quebec  170,000.00
Province of Quebec guaranty—Quebec Hydro-electric
Commission  110,000.00
$67,154,245.85
$66,698,352.87
Civil Service Superannuation Fund distribution—
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of
current pensions  $16,472,047.10
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—■
Employees' compulsory contributions  $23,336,895.61
Employees' voluntary contributions       3,531,608.89
$26,868,504.50
Employer matching contributions     23,336,895.61
 ■    50,205,400.11
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees as per Schedule No. 1  20,905.66
$66,698,352.87
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PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule No. 1.—Unclaimed Moneys in the Civil Service Superannuation
Fund at the Credit of Former Employees' Accounts as at March 31,1962
Name
Department
Amount
Brown, Mrs. Lucille D	
Bryan, Bernard 	
Chew, Miss Bessie. 	
Collyer, John R	
Drescher, Paul	
Dunn, Miss Agnes M	
Garrett, Mrs. Geraldeen J..
Jones, Susie G. E	
Kelly, Samuel H.
Kennedy, Mrs. Marilyn A	
Knopp, Miss Esther E —
Lattimer, Margaret Louise —
Le Due, Mrs. Barbara Eileen..
McComb, Lula E..
Maclnnes, William Hedley..
Neilson, Mrs. Clarabelle—
Peterson, Robert Bruce	
Putman, Mrs. Gladys M	
Quaite, Constance Annie—
Smith, Mrs. Rita V..
Swales, Leonard Herbert..
Torpy, Katherine	
Williams, M. Gwen	
Total..
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce-
Provincial Secretary „.   _
Provincial Secretary    _	
Forest Service _.   	
Forest Service 	
Health Services  —— 	
Social Welfare	
Health Services	
Health Services	
Health Services	
Provincial Secretary..
Health Services	
Forest Service	
Health Services	
Provincial Secretary-
Health Services	
Finance	
Attorney-General..
Health Services	
Health Services	
Attorney-General-
Health Services—
Health Services	
$87.35
671.96
384.10
626.85
288.86
5,087.13
217.07
772.66
692.52
387.49
349.08
1,993.96
1,575.72
716.76
2,218.45
24.16
1,386.94
692.18
1,972.94
490.49
109.15
32.61
127.23
$20,905.66
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PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1947, to March 31,1962,
Subdivided According to Sex of Contributor
Number of
Contributors
Allowances
Fiscal Year
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Number of
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Male
Female
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1947/48 —
1948/49	
3,786
4,273
4,742
4,421
4,521
4,742
4,896
4,812
751
4,936
611
5,406
1361
5,899
1001
6,182
1001
6,271
591
6,757
391
7,501
931
1,902
2,473
2,885
3,027
3,086
3,283
3,194
2,936
221
3,247
187
3,255
290
3,595
212
3,565
275
3,635
188
3,791
128
3,826
184
217
216
219
369
416
311
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424
523
760
750
715
845
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764
749
821
663
626
83
109
84
72
72
62
76
76
75
83
70
71
83
85
68
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5
7
11
14
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17
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23
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33
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4
2
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6
5
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784
853
904
949
988
1,032
1,085
1,131
1,181
1,219
1,251
1,288
1,323
1,345
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1950/51 	
101
1951/52	
107
1952/53  	
119
1953/54 —      ..
125
1954/55	
142
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1956/57 	
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137
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1961/62  -
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1 Non-active—out of service less than three years.
Schedule No. 1.
Those out of service more than three years listed on
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PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
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1956/57—
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6
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195 | 207 | 364 | 272 |   — | 280
1957/58—
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Disability 	
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6
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6
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6
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6
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12
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39
37
284
19
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1958/59—
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39
35
11
328
23
47
Totals 	
3
2|     2|   -|   11
59
9
12
6]   17
 1 - -
183 | 188 | 356 | 250
11 | 398
1959/60—
Normal retirement
Disability 	
Death      	
2
8        8
15
2
54
9
9
2
19
11
6
	
1
1
111
6
57
171
6
341
12
170
39
35
26
2
381
23
55
Totals	
2
8 |     8 | .--. |   17
63
11
19 |    11
6 |  |     2
174 | 177
353 | 244 |   28 | 459
1960/61—
Normal retirement
Disability	
Death	
6
4
3
	
12
2
55
3
17
9
4
13
1
13
1
6
2
4
1
108
6
53
162
5
331
11
164
39
33
38
4
432
26
71
Totals	
6
4|     3| —|   14
75
13
14
14 |     8 | ...... |     5
167 | 167 | 342
236 |   42
529
1961/62—
Normal retirement
Disability	
Death 	
2
4
1
3
I   17
46
3
14
6
1
2
10
2
11
1
7 | —
4 ] 	
2 | —
4
1
4
104
5^
156
4
323
11
157
35
31
55
4
474
28
81
Totals-	
2
5
3
17
63
9
12
11
13 | —
9
160
160
334 | 223
1
59
583
i From year 1955/56 the figures are based on actual count by plan in force.
 R 14
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1961, to March 31, 1962
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Allison, Richard	
Anderson, David	
Antoneilli, Nicholas J..
Bagattin, Albert August-
Bamford, Thomas Harvey	
Barrowclough, Miss Alice E..
Bayne, Arthur...
Benjamin, Melvin 	
Booth, Miss Mary Ellen..
Brolin, Peter.. 	
Brooke, Mrs. Eldora	
Brooks, Felix Theodore	
Brown, Mrs. Marjorie Ellen..
Brown, Robert Alfred	
Cameron, Mrs. Dagmar Emily-
Churchill, Thomas Stanley—	
Coleman, Harry Edward 	
Coles, Wilfred Mitchell	
Cosh, Gordon Cary 	
Couch, Gilbert Gordon	
Darling, Howard Vincent	
Dearing, John Henry  	
Denny, Thomas Clement	
Eastwood, Albert E. V	
Edward, James	
English, Richard Alexander..
Eustis, Mrs. Iris Constance ...
Evans, Ernest William	
Evans, Sidney Richard H..
Fister, Dr. Wm. Philip	
Fox, Edward George	
Fraser, Miss Mary	
Gillis, Warren Miller-
Gonzales, Mrs. Ferdanind E.Green, Vernon Maxwell-	
Hall, Robert Gordon	
Harrison, Leslie...
Hauck, Mrs. Margaret E	
Heckmiller, Mrs. Albertina..
Henderson-Watts, Henry George .
Hoppe, Reynold .
Horniman, Hugh Benjamin_.
Howard, John Rosborough-
Hume, Harry Keith	
Hynes, Mrs. Stella Mary	
Johansen, Axel	
Knox, Mrs. Florence  	
Lafreniere, Joseph Alphonse Pat.
Leddy, Mrs. Ruby Marie	
Lemire, Antoine Alexandre	
Mahon, Charles Henry-
Metcalfe, Mrs. Maude Estella...
Millar, Craig Andrew 	
Millar, Robert	
Morrison, Reginald Herbert	
Mouldey, Alfred Bertie	
Munro, Marjorie Helen S —
McConnell, Herbert Clinton.—
MacDonald, James Patterson..
McGuire, Charles James	
McKay, Miss Ruby Marg. Florence..
McKenzie, John Keith  	
McLean, Albert James	
Ott, Lawrence Silas  —
Patchett, George	
Pearson, Herbert  _
Phillips, John Henry.	
Phillips, Patrick James ..
Ransom, Mrs. Elsie	
Finance	
Health Services-
Forest Service.	
Recreation and Conservation-
Attorney-General	
Provincial Secretary	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Finance  	
Forest Service	
Health Services	
Forest Service	
Social Welfare.	
Forest Service	
Attorney-General-
Health Services—
Highways-
Health Services-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Forest Service—
Finance	
Public Works ..
Lands Service-
Public Works .
Finance	
Recreation and Conservation-
Health Services  	
Health Services	
Finance  	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Attorney-General 	
Highways 	
Health Services	
Highways...
Health Services	
Health Services	
Health Services—
Health Services	
Attorney-General-
Forest Service	
Public Utilities Commission-
Labour  	
Provincial Secretary-
Health Services	
Health Services.. —
Hospital Insurance-
Health Services—	
Health Services	
Hospital Insurance—
Finance	
Municipal Affairs-
Forest Service 	
Health Services	
Health Services	
Public Works	
Forest Service	
Forest Service	
Social Welfare	
Finance	
Public Works—
Forest Service..
Agriculture-
Industriat Development, Trade, and Commerce
Health Services	
Health Services  	
Health Services  	
Aug.
May
Dec. 14.
Oct.
Aug.
Aug. 19,
May
June
Aug.
Jan.
July
Dec.
Nov.
Sept.
Feb.
Oct.
Nov.
Apr.
Apr.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Jan. 27
Feb. 1
Feb. 1
July 1
Sept. 1
June 1
June
Feb.
Oct. 14
July 11
Nov. 1
Feb. 1
Mar. 1
Jan.
Apr.
Apr.
Aug.
May
Apr.
Sept.
Aug.
Sept.
Nov. 14
Aug. 1
Apr. 1
Feb. 1
Feb. 1
Oct. 23
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.
Jan.
Aug.
Nov.
Dec.
Apr.
July
July
Oct.
Feb.
Aug.
Sept.
Aug.
Feb.
Apr.
1961
1961
1960
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1962
1962
1962
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1961
1961
1961
1962
1962
1962
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1962
1961
1961
1961
1962
1961
1962
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1961
1961
1961
1962
1961
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
Dis.
D.
N.R.
Dis.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
Dis.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1961/62 R 15
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1961, to March 31, 1962—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Rauch, Benjamin McAllister..
Reid, Mrs. Anne Winnifred	
Rimmer, Eric Leslie	
Roe, John Littledale	
Rosenstock, Miss Mollie Dorothy..
Rutledge, Thomas	
Scott, Joseph  	
Siegert, Max Otto..
Sim, Elbridge Robin 	
Simpson, Miss Mary...	
Smith, Mrs. Florence Mary-
Smith, George..
Smith, Mrs. Myrtle Irene	
Smith, Samuel George Albert	
Stevens, Ernest George Barlow..
Teal, William Thomas	
Teit, Erik Leon 	
Tremblay, Joseph Ferdinand Alex..
Tulloch, Alexander David	
Ward, Harry	
Wells, Thomas	
Recreation and Conservation-
Education	
Social Welfare	
Highways-
Education -	
Attorney-General..
Attorney-General-
Highways..
Health Services	
Attorney-General	
Forest Service	
Hospital Insurance .
Health Services	
Health Services	
Attorney-General.	
Attorney-General __
Forest Service	
Public Works 	
Attorney-General.	
Public Works	
Forest Service..	
May
Feb.
June
Oct.
June
Apr.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Dec.
Oct.
Mar.
May
Feb.
Sept.
Oct.
Mar.
June
Feb.
Nov.
1961
1962
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1962
1962
1961
1961
1962
1961
1962
1961
1961
1962
1961
1962
1961
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
Dis.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
D.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.=Normal retirement (72).
Dis.=Disability (4).
D.=Death in service (14).
 R 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1962
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular  $807,719.30
Voluntary       70,470.07
  $878,189.37
Employer—miscellaneous statutory  $870,639.86
Less refund abatements     318,188.40
     552,451.46
Transfers from Part I—Superannuation Fund       42,835.74
Provided from Consolidated Revenue under Schedule C  (as per
contra)       13,218.91
Interest received from Minister of Finance     509,241.54
     $1,995,937.02
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from the Fund  $149,509.14
Provided   from   Consolidated   Revenue   under
Schedule C (as per contra)       13,218.91
  $162,728.05
Refunds     344,006.16
Transfers to Part I—Superannuation Fund     266,244.06
  772,978.27
Net increase during the year     $1,222,958.75
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1, 1961     10,329,591.47
Deposits with Treasury, March 31, 1962  $11,552,550.22
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1961/62 R 17
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Retirement Fund as at March 31, 1962
Cash and securities held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page
E 22 of the Public Accounts, March 31, 1962—
Cash in chartered banks in Canada       $142,637.47
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value     11,409,912.75
Par Value
Province of British Columbia  $38,500.00
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority—
Bonds  1,188,000.00
Demand notes  89,811.00
British Columbia improvement districts  1,143,200.00
British Columbia municipalities  1,161,000.00
British Columbia school districts.  7,516,000.00
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District   3 3,000.00
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company—
Bonds  160,000.00
Demand notes  23,000.00
Province of Ontario  388,000.00
Province of Quebec  9,000.00
$11,749,511.00
$11,552,550.22
Retirement Fund distribution—
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of
current pensions     $1,052,548.61
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions     $5,140,896.77
Employees' voluntary contributions  204,785.75
$5,345,682.52
Employer matching contributions       5,140,896.77
     10,486,579.29
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees, as per Schedule No. 2  13,422.32
$11,552,550.22
 R 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Schedule No. 2.—Unclaimed Moneys in Retirement Fund at Credit of
Former Employees' Accounts as at March 31,1962
Name
Department
Amount
Anderson, N. W  -
Baker, Harold William.
Barchuk, Marten Joseph-
Bell, George	
Bizicki, Alex..
Burrell, Lawrence J..
Byers, D	
Charman, F..
Chernoff, George N	
Cook, William Francis
D'Esterre, Sidney B.	
Fehr, G. L	
Franklin, A. E	
Gillies, Bernard	
Harvey, David G	
Hore, Brian Trevor	
Janzen, John	
Jorgenson, D. G	
Keller, John Bapteste..
Kennedy, G	
Keyowski, John	
Knox, Arthur	
Knox, W. G. 	
Laing, John Fraser	
McCallum, Katherine Merle-
Palmer, B	
Ramsk, Joseph	
Roberts, Thomas H..
Schmidt, Ralph-
Schmilinsky, Erhart	
Shaw, Mrs. Dorothy Mildred-
Sinclair, G	
Smith, A 	
Steinbrunner, Henry F	
Templeman, E. B	
Vandrishe, Edmond	
Public Works-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Public Works-
Agriculture ..
Public Works..
Public Works-
Highways	
Public Works-
Public Works-
Highways ..
Lands and Forests..
Highways	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Highways	
Public Works	
Highways 	
Forest Service	
Forest Service	
Highways-
Health and Welfare 	
Public Works	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Not known	
Public Works	
Forest Service	
Highways .	
Public Works	
Highways	
TotaL.
$4.54
.470.11
152.91
291.33
440.95
412.80
8.21
7.47
38.47
48.97
12.84
8.05
1.26
381.32
29.89
75.38
2.11
1.22
23.93
43.88
39.45
679.03
5.09
96.59
299.54
1.09
900.96
4.36
52.34
21.26
1.43
.50
9.63
,860.22
14.36
980.83
$13,422.32
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1961/62
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PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
comparative statistics, may 1, 1947, to march 31, 1962, subdivided
According to Sex of Contributor
Fiscal Year
Number of
Contributors
Male      Female
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Male      Female
Allowances
Number of
Allowances
Granted
Male     Female
Number of
Deaths and
Expirations
Male     Female
Number of
Allowances in
Force at End
of Year
Male     Female
1947/48	
1948/49. 	
1949/50	
1950/51	
1951/52	
1952/53	
1953/54	
1954/55	
Non-active._
1955/56	
Non-active..
1956/57	
Non-active..
1957/58	
Non-active..
1958/59...
Non-active-
1959/60-
Non-active-
1960/61	
Non-active..
1961/62-
Non-active-
1,563
2,100
2,346
2,340
1,886
1,701
1,878
2,200
571
2,386
341
2,331
981
2,826
721
2,773
1641
3,154
1141
3,040
711
3,085
1351
12
17
78
39
66
70
125
156
16
150
14
102
26
145
13
202
24
281
9
267
14
284
32
87
322
350
576
637
306
256
) 238
) 316
f
] 332
[
] 416
f
J442
S
) 360
) 393
r
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S
8
27
13
17
10
28
21
30
26
34
52
48
67
7
16
22
26
14
15
19
16
18
18
19
23
20
11
18
7
23
43
68
79
94
113
128
141
158
176
191
207
211
226
1 Non-active—out of service less than three years.   Those out of service more than three years listed on Schedule
No. 2.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1961/62
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
R 21
Comparative Statistics, April 1,1952, to March 31, 1962—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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1952/53—
Normal retirement	
Death	
i
13
1
—
—
—
-
-
-
1
92
1
—
—
Totp's
1 |  14
—
12
....   |   _
—
—
- i ....
1
93 [ ....
1953/54—
Normal retirement
Death   ....
3
2
1
1
-
-
—
3
2
2
93
1
—
12
Totals	
3
2
2
1 |    1
—
12
.... | _..
—
—
—
3
2
2
94 | ...
12
1954/55—
Normal retirement
Death  	
2
2
_..
-
9
1
13
-
1
-
5
4
4
92
1
-
21
1
Totals	
2
2 | - | ....
- | _.. | _
1
5
4
4
93 | — | 22
1955/56—
Normal retirement	
Death       	
4
1     ....
--
-
-
4
1
9
4
5
88     ....
1 j —
33
1
Totals...       .
4
.___
1 | ....
.... | 13
.- | .... |_..|    4
1
9 |    4
5
89 | .... | 34
1956/57—
Normal retirement
Death  	
l
2
15
Ts"
....
-
1
-
9
5
7
87
1
48
1
Totals	
l
2
—
....   |   ....
1
—
9|    5
7
88 | ....
49
1957/58—
Normal retirement-
Death
3
3
-
—
12
1
13~
....
.._
1
--
1
12       5
10
1
86     _..
1 |-
60
2
3  | —
3 | ....
—
.._ | _..
....
1
—
12 |    5
10
87 | ....
62
1958/59—
Normal retirement   ...
Death..     	
3
l
3 1 ....
_.. | ....
-
14
2
16
16
1
17
—
--
-
5
2
1
15
6
13
81
1
72
3
Totals	
3
l
3 | -
....
2
-- | ....
-1    5
3
15
6
13
82 | .... 1 75
1959/60—
Normal retirements	
r>i»ath
3
3
l
-
1
._.
-
1
2
17
7
13
80
1
2
86
4
Totals	
- | - |    2
1 | _. I _
1
2
17
7
13
81 |    2
90
1960/61—
Normal retirement	
Death	
2
l
--
—
9
~9~
1
....
-
4
2
18
8
13
76
1
2
93
4
2
i
.... | .... | ....
1 | ._. | _.
4
2
18  |     8
13
77 |    2
97
1961/62—
Normal retirement	
Death	
5
14
—
-
1
2
18
8
13
75
1
7
105
4
Totals     -
—
5
14
1
2
18
8
13
76
7
109
 R 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1961, to March 31, 1962
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Bergenstrom, Jonas Gothard-
Brooks, Harry Clayton	
Cumming, Mrs. Margaret	
Dickie, Andrew	
Edmonds, Arnold	
Gill, George Henry	
Heap, Thomas-
Highways	
Highways	
Attorney-GeneraL.
Highways...
Hunden, George	
Kent, William George	
McGregor, Robert John..
Neal, Bonnie William	
Olsen, Henry Oliver	
Peerless, Ernest Harry-
Racine, Leslie	
Robson, Lawrence Alexander..
Shambrook, Albert	
Trueman, Fred	
Watkins, Alfred LeRoy.
Provincial Secretary-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways  	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways—.	
Highways.—.	
Highways 	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
June 1,
Aug. 1,
July 29,
May 1,
Aug. 1,
Feb. 1,
June 1,
Oct. 31,
July 13,
Apr. 11,
Jan. 1,
Sept. 1,
Nov. 1,
May 6,
May 1,
Mar. 1,
Apr. 29,
July 18,
1961
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1961
1961
1961
1961
1962
1961
1961
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
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N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.
N.R.=Normal retirement (18).
Dis.=Disability (0).
D.=Death in service (0).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1961/62
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
Death Benefit Payments Made During the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1962
R 23
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Wells, Mary Bertha..
Bown, William J	
Smith, George S	
Zentner, Antone	
Reid, Hugh.
Reid, Mary Jane.
Mackay, John-
Lyons, Norman DeW..
Moir, Charles	
Janes, Charles Edwin	
Brown, Kate Elizabeth-
Hudson, Percival	
Seymour, Robert E	
Hyde, Frederick George..
Rowebottom, Edwin G....
Todd, John-
McAdam, William Alexander-
Hollins, Joseph	
Hunt, William Lucas	
McGregor, Robert John	
Hudson, Walter F. F	
McNair, Letitia	
Goddard, Guy Pennington..
Munro, Marjorie H. S	
Thomas, Gregory	
Smith, Howard John_
Dronsfield, Harry Marshall..
Tait, William R 	
Lord, Alexander Russell..
Gibbs, Stanley M 	
Taaffe, William H	
Matlieson, George M	
Wilson, John Herbert	
Phillips, John Henry	
Mavor, James..
Smith, Samuel G. A	
Armstrong, John W	
Brown, Minnie Myrtle„
Roff, George C	
Mellin, Harry de Moleyns..
White, Frederick James—
Marshall, Robert	
Cathcart, Henry	
Sweeney, Lillian J. C	
Alcock, Charles-
Mottishaw, Oswald	
MacKenzie, Harry H..„
Hall, Thomas William..
Gillard, Frederick..
Venables, Reginald Vernon..
Hiltz, Harold Maxwell	
Pearson, Herbert	
Asquith, George L	
Lalonde, Peter	
Nicholls, Ernest John	
Uphill, Thomas	
Jensen, Christian A. L	
Pennington, Robert Arthur-
March 27, 1961-
April 5, 1961	
April 7, 1961	
April 16, 1961—
April 22, 1961	
May 2, 1961	
May 4, 1961	
May 5, 1961..
May 8, 1961-
May 8, 1961-
September 3, 1961	
September 13, 1961-
September 14, 1961-
September 15, 1961-
September 19, 1961..
September 23, 1961..
October 4, 1961	
October 16, 1961	
October 21, 1961	
October 26,1961	
October 29, 1961	
November 1, 1961	
November 18, 1961-
November 23, 1961..
November 24, 1961..
November 25, 1961-
November 29, 1961-
December 4, 1961	
December 15, 1961—
December 18,1961-
December 18, 1961...
December 28, 1961-
December 31, 1961-
January 4, 1962	
January 4, 1962	
January 15, 1962	
January 17, 1962	
January 26, 1962	
February 1, 1962 —
February 17, 1962—
February 23, 1962—
March 5, 1962	
May 13, 1961	
May 16, 1961	
May 19, 1961	
May 28, 1961—
June 1, 1961	
July 1, 1961	
July 4, 1961	
July 7, 1961	
July 25,1961	
August 1, 1961-
August 8, 1961-
August 10, 1961
August 11, 1961
August 17, 1961
August 17, 1961
August 29, 1961
$500.00
500.00
600.00
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
800.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
900.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
600.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
600.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
800.00
700.00
Total of 58 death benefit payments made.
$33,500.00
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1963
260-163^1899
 

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