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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Civil Service Commission
Forty-seventh Annual Report
JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31
1965
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1966
  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 Civil Service Commission, Province of British Columbia, from January 1 to December 31, 1965.
Victoria, B.C., January, 1966.
WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
 The Honourable Wesley D. Black,
Provincial Secretary,
Province of British Columbia.
Sir,—In conformity with the provisions of section 8 of the Civil Service Act
(chapter 56, Revised Statutes of British Columbia, I960), I have the honour to
submit herewith the Report of the proceeding and work of the Civil Service Commission from January 1 to December 31, 1965.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
HUGH M. MORRISON,
Chairman, Civil Service Commission.
Victoria, B.C., January, 1966.
 HIGHLIGHTS DURING 1965
• Approximately 4,500 employees of the British Columbia Ferries, Liquor Control
Board, Gaol and Probation Services, Civil Defence Organization, Fish and Game
Branch, Sheriffs' Offices, University Endowment Lands, vocational schools, and
the British Columbia Institute of Technology were brought under the jurisdiction
of the Civil Service Act.
1,236 persons were appointed to permanent positions.
1,717 persons were appointed to temporary or casual positions.
2,178 persons left the Service.
Employees in the Kamloops area were included in the voluntary payroll deduction
plan for charity organizations.
121 Government employees received 25-year continuous-service awards from
the Premier and Executive Council at two luncheons.
21 students received Diplomas in Public Administration.
30 students enrolled in Class X of the Executive Development Training Plan.
40 employees enrolled in the second correspondence course in Basic Public
Administration.
There was a 17.64-per-cent turnover in staff.
6.5 per cent of promotions were made from one department to another.
4 grievances were formally presented to the Civil Service Commission.
751 employees gained promotion through open competition with other employees.
Disabling injuries were reduced further, and direct costs of medical aid, compensation, and disabling pensions were the lowest since 1953.
Pay increases averaging 5 per cent of payroll were granted.
The second annual Civil Service Commissioners' Conference was held in Victoria
in June.
 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
Chairman: Hugh M. Morrison.
Members:
J. Everett Brown. E. Ray Rickinson.
Administrative Officer and Special Projects Officer: Cyril M. Wightman.
TECHNICAL STAFF, VICTORIA
Chief Personnel Officer and Chief Assistant to the Commission: Arthur G. Richardson.
Chief Selection Officer:  David J. Slader.
Co-ordinator, Safety and Accident Prevention:  W. James Williams.
Senior Classification Officer:  Richard D. Higgins.
Personnel Officer (Training):  Miss J. Meryl Campbell.
Personnel Officer:  Kenneth M. Hanson.
Personnel-Officer: John Maxwell.
Personnel Officer:  William Matichuk.
Personnel Assistant:   Martinus F. Harts.
Personnel Assistant:  Miss Joan Johnstone.
Safety Officer:  Kenneth E. G. Jackson.
TECHNICAL STAFF, ESSONDALE
Personnel Officer:  G. Lorne Tomalty.
Personnel Officer:  Alan D. Davies.
CLERICAL STAFF
Mrs. E. G. Anton. Mrs. G. M. Knott.
Mrs. M. A. Britt. Miss C. Lauvaas.
Miss W. E. Brown. Mrs. E. A. B. Mayne.
Miss P. L. Chamberlain. Mrs. A. M. Robertson.
Miss V. M. Dixon. Mrs. Doreen Small.
Miss V. Evans. Mrs. L. Tyler.
Mrs. R. M. Frankling. Mrs. C. M. Vance.
Vancouver Office
Mrs. M. M. Young. Miss E. Baldigara.
Essondale Office
Mrs. M. J. Ibbotson. Mrs. E. Belanger.
 CONTENTS
Introductory	
Size and Composition of the Civil Service,
Appointments	
Separations	
General Entrance Examinations-
Competitions for Promotion	
In-service Training	
The Vancouver Office	
The Valleyview Office	
Classification and Salary Plan.
Departmental Establishments.
Sick and Special Leave	
Accident Prevention	
Grievances	
Concluding Observations-
Appendix	
Statistics	
Pace
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  Report of the Civil Service Commission
Pursuant to Section 8 of the Civil Service Act, from
January 1 to December 31, 1965.
The year 1965 saw an unprecedented increase in the activities within the divisions of the Civil Service Commission. In April some 4,500 additional employees
were brought within the scope of the Civil Service Act. In December promotional
competitions for the first time passed the 1,000 mark in one year. The Commission
met formally 29 times.
The Recruiting and Selection Division held 1,025 competitions during the
year, as compared with 841 in 1964. New appointments increased in number,
about 13.4 per cent over 1964.
The training programmes continue to receive considerable interest from senior
departmental officers and employees. Twenty-one employees graduated from the
Executive Development Training Plan, and 30 employees enrolled in the first year
of this course during 1965. Thirty-seven employees graduated from the first basic
Public Administration Course, and 40 employees were enrolled for the second
course. In addition, training was arranged in appraisal techniques, court reporting,
personnel administration, and computer programming.
The Classification Division reviewed 682 positions during the year, compared
with 593 positions in 1964. In addition, 114 requests for new positions or replacements in all areas of the Province were reviewed.
The Accident Prevention Division reports continued progress. Fatal accidents
were two in 1965, compared to five in 1964, and eight and twelve in the previous
two years. Employees suffering disabling injuries and medical aid were considerably
less than they would have been at the pre-safety programme rate of 1962, despite
increases in man-hours worked. Direct costs of medical aid, compensation, and
disability pensions were 6.37 per cent below 1964, and 43.2 per cent below 1962,
the lowest since 1953. The Department of Finance completed its third million man-
hours worked without a disabling injury since 1962, and the Department of Labour
and the Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources received their first gold
awards.   Seven other departments received bronze and silver awards.
Staff turnover during the year increased from 17.19 per cent in 1964 to 17.64
per cent in 1965, reflecting the high level of employment and keen competition for
most classes of employees.
All Government employees were afforded increases in their salaries, averaging
about 5 per cent of payroll. This was the fourth year in succession that an increase
in salaries of this proportion was granted.
The Chief Personnel Officer continued to direct the personnel procedures within
the British Columbia Ferries, along with his duties as the Commission's Executive
Officer. The former, apart from recruiting, selection procedures, and classification
reviews, included a number of grievances submitted by individuals and groups of
employees. The unique operation of the ferry service, requiring peak operation in
the summer months and on holiday week-ends, gave rise to many problems in pay
and personnel procedures. Duties as the Commission's Executive Officer involved
a number of special classification reviews of senior and professional positions,
examining candidates for senior positions, implementing a general revision to salaries, and revising procedures to enable the payroll to be prepared by a computer.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
SIZE AND COMPOSITION OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
Excluding employees coming within the scope of the Civil Service Act for the
first time on April 1, 1965, amounting to about 4,500 steady daily-rate employees,
probationary-permanent employees increased by 793 to 10,075, and casual
employees increased by 704 to 2,362. The total number of Civil Servants, including
those organizations added in 1965, totalled approximately 18,000. The organizations added included the British Columbia Ferries, the Gaol and Probation Services,
the Liquor Control Board, vocational schools, the Institute of Technology, Sheriffs'
Offices, the University Endowment Lands, and the Fish and Game Branch.
APPOINTMENTS
The number of requisitions for staff, both additions to establishments and
replacements, increased by 700 to 4,033. These requests resulted in an increase
of 751 to 2,953 appointments during the year, of which 1,236 were appointments
to permanent positions and 1,717 were appointments to temporary or casual,
positions.
SEPARATIONS
The number of employees leaving the Civil Service, exclusive of those organizations coming within the scope of the Civil Service Act in 1965, was 2,178, an increase
of 297.   Using the formula of
Number of employees leaving
 xioo
Total enrolment including casual employees
the turnover for 1965 was
2,178
 X 100=17.64%
12,347
The following table indicates the staff turnover for the past 10 years:—
Year
Total
Employee-
Leaving
Total
Enrolment
at Dec. 31
Percentage
Rate of
Turnover
1955.	
2,388
2,637
2,689
1,979
1,6141
1,821
1,635
1,681
1,701
1,881
2,178
8,893
9,270
9,621
9,263
9,819
10,035
10,233
10,303
10,445
10,940
12,347
26.85
1956 -	
28.45
1957                                                   - -                 	
27.84
195R
21.36
1959.-.                 ...	
16.341
1960 - -
1961 -                 -  	
18.14
15.98
1962   _  - -
1963                   ..               -
16.32
16.28
1Q64
17.19
19652 	
17.64
1 Corrected.
2 Excluding British Columbia Ferry Authority, Liquor Control Board, and Gaol Services.
The following tabulation indicates the number of suspensions, dismissals, and
extensions of probationary periods for the past nine years:—
1
1957 I 1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
! 1964
19651
58
50
27
6
30
37
10
33
45
9
26
'   33
10
28
41
9
33
35
151
25'
37
Civil Servants suspended but not dismissed	
3
64
8
36
9
i   49
i Excluding British Columbia Ferry Authority, Liquor Control Board, and Gaol Services.
 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION REPORT,  1965
GENERAL ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS
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Examinations to establish qualified lists for such positions as stenographer,
typist, clerk, and draughtsman were held in the Commission's three offices at
Victoria, Vancouver, and the Valleyview Hospital.
In Victoria, 1,491 applicants were tested, an increase of 195 over 1964. Of
this number, 956 or 64 per cent qualified, the same percentage as in 1964.
Written examinations held in Victoria during 1965 were as follows:—
Classification
Clerk-Typist	
Junior Clerk _ 	
Clerk 1   ....
Clerk-Stenographer 1...	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Draughtsman 1	
Draughtsman 2 	
Mapping Assistant 1 	
Surveyor 1 (Land Registry)	
Senior Examiner of Titles	
Senior Clerk (Land Registry)..
Clerk 2 (Land Registry)	
Clerk 3 (Land Registry)	
Totals 	
Number
Examined
603
402
97
187
105
47
5
2
5
10
16
1,491
Number
Qualified
342
297
68
123
56
32
1
2
5
8
11
7
4
956
Per Cent
Qualified
57
74
70
66
53
68
20
100
100
80
69
88
100
64
In Vancouver 319 applicants for stenographic, clerical, and typing positions
were tested, an increase of 81 over 1964. Ninety-one per cent of applicants qualified for appointments. The Valleyview office held 36 examinations written by 249
applicants in a number of classifications, including clerical, and 63 per cent qualified.
COMPETITIONS FOR PROMOTION
There were 1,025 competitions for promotion held in 1965, an increase of 184
over 1964. These competitions resulted in 1,267 candidates being appointed to
the various Government departments and agencies. Fifty-nine per cent of these
appointments were promotions from within the Service, and the remainder were
initial appointments. The number of promotional appointments made from one
department to another was 83 or 6.5 per cent.
The following table indicates the operation of the promotional policy for the
past five years:—
Appointment
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
No.
%
No.
%
No.
%
No.
%
No.
%
339
225
59
41
334
277
55
45
459
353'
57
43
495
377
57
43
1
751       59
516 1    41
Totals	
564
51
100
15
611
36
100
11
812
66
ICO
8
872
55
100
7
1,267 1 100
83 |      6 5
Promotions  made  from  one  department  to
2.833
2.R28
3.2091
13.3i3i3i
4 IW .1
1 Includes British Columbia Ferry Authority.
In addition to the recruiting of new employees and the conducting of promotional competitions, the Recruiting and Selection Division and its offices in Vancouver and at the Valleyview Hospital devoted considerable time to the answering of
letters of inquiry and inquiries received over the counter concerning employment.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
The 1,000th Competition
In 1965 the Civil Service Commission processed over 1,000 competitions. To mark this
all-time high and to commemorate this occasion, an embossed replica of the file folder was
presented to Mrs. E. Wood, of the Department of Commercial Transport, who was the successful
candidate for the 1,000th competition. Dr. H. M. Morrison, Chairman, made the presentation,
assisted by Mr. D. J. Slader, Chief Selection Officer.
IN-SERVICE TRAINING
Executive Development Training Plan
Twenty-one Government employees enrolled in Class VII of the Executive
Development Training Plan received Diplomas in Public Administration at a special
ceremony at the University of Victoria on October 15, 1965.
The employees who received their diplomas were N. R. Blake, Department of
Finance; E. G. Chubak, Department of Finance; R. W. Corregan, Forest Service;
H. F. Coupe, Department of Highways; H. C. R. Gavin, Lands Service; H. F.
Hayes, Mental Health Services; W. R. Henderson, Department of Public Works;
H. J. Kelsall, Department of Highways; R. M. McMillan, Department of Highways;
D. C. McVicar, Department of Highways; K. Milner, Forest Service; D. Neales,
Public Utilities Commission; A. Paulsen, Lands Service; W. Sacho, Attorney-
General's Department; D. Smith, Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources;
G. E. Stringer, Department of Recreation and Conservation; W. Teichroeb, Department of Social Welfare; J. G. Terpenning, Department of Recreation and Conservation; S. C. Burnell, British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority; G. D. Coomes,
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority; and W. B. Gale, British Columbia
Hydro and Power Authority.
 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION REPORT,  1965
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Class VII of the Executive Development Training Plan
Courses in Appraisal
Thirty-four employees in the Lands Service, Department of Finance, and private industry now are enrolled in the Appraisal 1 Course. The institute will be held
in March, 1966. Successful candidates will then proceed to take Appraisal 2 in
1967 and Appraisal 3 in 1968. Candidates will be expected to complete their full
accreditation as Appraisers, Canadian Institute, following the completion of the
directed studies.
Court Reporting Course
The staff training officer served on the Co-ordinating Committee for the establishment of a 22-month course in court reporting. The course began in September,
1965. The first section of the course is in stenotype training, and the second section
will stress court procedures. The response has been very good, and it is hoped that
this course will overcome the shortage of court reporters. The course is being given
at the Burnaby Vocational School by the Technical and Vocational Education
Branch of the Department of Education. The instructor is Mr. Stansfield, an Official
Court Reporter of the Department of the Attorney-General.
Correspondence Course in Basic Public Administration
Thirty-seven students, who successfully completed Class 1 of the above training
programme, received their certificates on April 14, 1965. Dr. H. M. Morrison,
Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, presided, and the Honourable W. D.
Black, Provincial Secretary, presented the certificates at a luncheon on the final day
of the three-day workshop.
The students studied four courses; (1) The Government of Canada; (2) A
Guide to Better Letter Writing; (3a) The Organization of the Public Service of the
Province of British Columbia; (3b) Provincial Fiscal and Accounting Procedures;
and (4) Supervision-Staff management. They were required to submit an assignment a week for 25 weeks. The three-day workshop consisted of group discussions
and lectures on the supervision of staff.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
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The Graduation Class of the Correspondence Course in Basic Public Administration
The students who received their certificates were J. P. Agnew, D. K. Barker,
D. F. Hughes, W. C. Wicken, R. H. Archibald, Dr. A. S. Arneil, H. R. Bell, W. S.
Boughey, A. J. Broome, R. M. Cain, Miss C. Crawford, J. Davies, W. L. Draper,
S. G. Eales, Miss J. C. Ellingham, Mrs. J. Fremont, J. V. Gaspard, C. M. Gilmour,
J. E. Gowan, J. L. Hiebert, Mrs. M. J. Ibbotson, C. R. Irving, D. L. Johnson,
R. Kerkham, H. K. Kidd, E. C. Lewington, M. A. Lightbody, G. McChesney,
J. W. P. Martin, Miss J. Pitchford, J. Storrie, W. Thomson, A. A. Wald, G. P. Willie,
J. Woodford, N. W. Wylie, and A. Young.
Forty students were selected for Class 2 of the correspondence course which
commenced in October, 1965.
Course in Personnel Administration
A 20-hour course was given to eleven employees—three from the Civil Service
Commission staff and eight from departmental personnel offices. The programme
covered:—
(a) A review of the Manual of Personnel Administration.
(b) Recruitment and Promotional Policy.
(c) Classification and Pay Plan.
(d) Employees' Performance Appraisal.
(e) The functions of the Departmental Personnel Office.
(f) Personnel forms.
(g) The need for continuing intensive training of supervisory personnel.
A course in " How to Conduct Supervisory Training Programmes " will be
offered to departmental personnel officers in 1966-
 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION REPORT,  1965
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Training in Programming for Computer Operations
With the co-operation of the I.B.M. Company, a series of training programmes
will be offered in early 1966 to employees with an aptitude for programming, systems analysis, and related data-processing courses.
THE VANCOUVER OFFICE
The work of this office during 1965 was concerned mainly with the recruitment
and placement of personnel and advising Government offices on matters relating to
personnel practices and procedures.
The office conducted 140 competitions, which resulted in 936 appointments,
an increase of 268 over 1964. Telephone and counter inquiries remained numerous
in response to newspaper advertisements and from callers seeking general information regarding employment. The majority of these inquiries resulted in formal
application for employment. The office experienced an increase in the number of
students from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, the
Burnaby Vocational Institute, and the Institute of Technology making application
for summer employment.
Qualifying examinations were given to 319 applicants for stenographic, clerical,
and typing positions, with 91 per cent qualifying. The following table provides a
summary of the tests administered:—
Number of Percentage
Persons Tested Qualifying
Clerk-Stenographer     53 92
Clerk  150 96
Clerk-Typist   116 86
Total
319
THE VALLEYVIEW OFFICE
In 1965, 1,354 appointments were made by the Valleyview office, an increase
of 4.3 per cent over 1964. The following table of appointments by institution indicates a parallel to last year's figures:—
Total Appointments
Percentage of
Total Appointments
1965
1964
1963
1965
1964
1963
189
38
22
}-
150
353
517
31
13
.   23
f
154
39
32
18
149
364
484
24
21
9
140
41
29
7
170
264
497
30
19
	
13.9
2.8
1.6
1.3
11.1
26.1
38.2
2.3
1.0
1.7
11.90
3.01
2.47
1.39
11.52
28.13
37.40
1.85
1.62
0.71
11.6
3.4
Mental Health Centres (Kelowna, Victoria, Nanaimo,
and Trail)                     - -  -  	
2.4
1.0
14.1
22.0
41.4
25
1.6
Department of Public Works	
Totals  	
1,354
1,294
1,200
100.0
100.00
100.0
Of the 1,354 appointments, 1,187 were new employees to the Mental Health
Services.   This increase is 102 over last year's new employees.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Recruitment within the nursing division—732 positions—is a slight increase
over last year's total of 683. Non-nursing was comparable with 622 this year as
against 611 in 1964.
The percentage of trained nursing staff to untrained nursing staff remained
constant, as shown in the following table, over the last five years:—
Year
Number of
Registered
Nurses or
Psychiatric
Nurses
Recruited
Number of
Untrained
Nursing
Personnel
Recruited
Total
Recruited
Percentage of
Recruits
Who Are
Trained
1961 ~ 	
1962   .      -             	
268
281
367
370
384
297
266
348
331
348
565
547
715
701
732
47.4
51.3
1963    	
1964
51.3
52.7
1965 	
52.5
During 1965 there were 81 new positions filled, and, as in 1964, the major
increases were in The Tranquille School and The Woodlands School areas. The
following table indicates additions to establishment filled during the year, by
institution:—
New
Positions Filled
Institution 1965 1964
Riverview Hospital  10 13
The Woodlands School  30 48
The Tranquille School  31 45
Valleyview Hospital  12
Skeenaview Hospital     3
Dellview Hospital     2
Educational Centre  2
Mental Health Centre, Burnaby     1 1
Mental Health Centre, Trail     1 3
Mental Health Centre, Victoria     1 1
Mental Health Centre, Kelowna     1 1
Mental Health Centre, Nanaimo     1 1
Totals
81
129
Recruitment of psychiatric nurses was 263, 6 per cent higher than 1964. The
increase primarily resulted from greater student graduate recruitment.
The following table indicates psychiatric nurse recruitment by institution,
separating student graduates from general psychiatric nurse recruitment:—
Institution
Student
Recruitment
Outside
Recruitment
Total
Riverview     _	
The Woodlands School
Valleyview  	
The Tranquille School....
Dellview._ 	
Skeenaview	
38
24
17
11
2
1
71
40
33
17
9
1
Totals
93
171
109
64
50
28
11
2
263
There were 193 competitions which closed in this office, 31 of which were local
postings and 63 advertisements.
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There were 1,107 applications from all competitions, of which 433 were interviewed, resulting in 155 appointments. In addition, 31 appointments were made
from the eligibility list to psychiatric nurse supervisor positions.
Examinations were given on 36 occasions, as follows:-
Psychiatric Chief 1
Gardener	
Cook 1	
Cook 2 	
Cook 3 	
Meat-cutter 	
Dietary Aide 2	
Industrial Therapist
Stockman 4 	
Assistant Charge	
Clerk	
Wrote
8
3
47
15
16
7
11
3
2
96
41
Passed
or Qualified
6
1
32
15
7
5
8
3
50
29
Totals
249
156
In addition, 46 shorthand tests were given with 20 passing, and 81 typing tests
were given with 58 passing.
A detailed listing of the classes of positions filled follows, showing the wide
range of occupations employed within the Mental Health Services:—
Assistant Director, Mental Health Services 	
Bacteriologist 2	
Barber 1 	
Baker 1	
Baker 2	
Biochemistry Student	
Building Service Worker 1
Building Service Worker 2
Building Service Worker 3 .
Building Service Worker 4
Carpenter 	
Cleaning Assistant	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk, Postal	
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Typist
Clerk 3, Co-ordinator of Volunteers
Cook 1	
Cook 2	
Cook 3	
Cook 4	
Dietician Chief	
Dietician 2	
Dietary Aide 1 	
Dietary Aide 2 	
Dietary Aide (on call)	
Driver, Truck (institution) _
Farm Worker 2 (Stockman)
Farm Worker 3	
1
1
1
2
1
1
39
2
2
2
3
10
16
3
1
1
6
29
10
2
15
1
7
9
3
2
2
2
67
3
56
4
4
2
Dental Officer 1 .
Dental Officer 2
Gardener 1 	
Fire-fighter
.  1
.  2
1
  1
  5
  9
—_. 10
  5
  3
.  1
Kitchen Helpers  64
Home Economics Student
Handicraft Instructor	
Housekeeper-Home Supervisor
Industrial Therapist 1 	
Instructor, Staff Nursing 1 	
Instructor, Staff Nursing 2 .
Kitchen Helpers (on call)
Laundress 1 ._.	
Laundress 2	
Laundress 1 (on call)
Laundry Helper 1	
Laundry Helper 2 .
Laundry Helper 1 (on call)
Laundryman 	
Linen Room Assistant 	
Labourer 	
Labourer (Swamper) 	
25
8
12
3
10
1
2
1
1
3
4
1
1
Meat-cutter        1
Meat-cutter's Helper      2
     12
       2
       2
       1
Psychiatric Nurse, Chief 1      5
Psychiatric Nurse, Chief 2      2
Psychiatric Nurse (male)     72
Psychiatric Nurse (female)   191
Director of Nursing Services	
Director of Patient Education and Training
Medical Specialist 1
Medical Specialist 3
Morgue Attendant ...
Nurse's Aide 	
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Nurse, Assistant Charge (male)   19 Psychiatric Aide (male)   122
Nurse, Assistant Charge (female)   15 Psychiatric Aide (female)   226
Nurse, Charge (male)  5 Psychologist, Clinical 1   5
Nurse, Charge (female)  1 Psychologist, Clinical 3   9
Nurse, Head  6 Psychologist, Clinical 4  4
Nurse, Public Health 1  2 Psychologist, Clinical 5   1
Nurse, Public Health 2  2 Recreational Instructor  11
Nurse, Staff 1  42 Seamstress  6
Nurse, Staff 2  7 Social Worker 1  5
Nurse, Superintendent 1   8 Social Worker 2  14
Nurse, Superintendent 3   1 Social Worker 3  17
Occupational Therapist 1  7 Social Worker 4 _■_  4
Occupational Therapist 2  1 Social Worker 5  2
Operator, Switchboard 1  2 Speech Therapist 1   1
Operator, Switchboard 2  6 Stationary Engineer Helper  1
Painter  5 Stockman 1   1
Pharmacy Student  1 Stockman 3  .  3
Pharmacist 2   1 Stockman 4  1
Physician 2  7 Stockroom Assistant  1
Physical Education Student  2 Rehabilitation Officer 2  1
Physiotherapist   2 Teacher 3    1
Projectionist Assistant  1 Supervisor, Vista -  1
CLASSIFICATION AND SALARY PLAN
The number of individual position classification reviews increased to 615 from
541 in 1964. Table 7 of the Appendix indicates the number of reviews by departments; upward revisions totalled 463, downward revisions were 7, and a total of
145 remained unchanged.
As was the case in 1964, an increasing proportion of departmental requests
for classification reviews involved senior positions, and again the Division was required to devote considerable time to work for non-Civil Service agencies.
The Division investigated 114 requisitions for appointment, completed 67
position reviews for agencies which were brought under the scope of the Civil
Service Act in 1965, and prepared or rewrote 87 position specifications. Annual
wage surveys occupied much of the Division's time during the months of October,
November, and December; this necessitated visiting various outside concerns for
the purpose of ensuring proper matching of positions.
Due to unprecedented activity in the Recruitment and Selection Division, a
member of the Classification and Wage Division was seconded to the Recruitment
and Selection Division for a three-month period.
Many trips were made to the Greater Vancouver and Essondale areas, plus
an extended trip to the Kootenay, Okanagan, and Kamloops areas.
Miscellaneous studies carried out during the year were as follows:—
Classification and salary study—Dairy-farm Inspectors.
Classification and salary study—Farm Workers.
Classification and salary study—Industrial Relation Officers  and Conciliation Officers.
Classification and salary study—Apprenticeship Counsellors.
Classification and salary study—Furniture Repairman, Refrigeration and
Appliance Repairman, Steward-Cashiers, Cleaners (Langdale run),
B.C. Ferry Authority.
Classification and salary study—Instructors and Course Writers, Department of Education.
Classification and salary study—Air Crew Personnel, Lands Service.
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Establishment and classification study—Finance Branch, Department of
Education.
Group classification study—Technical Forest Officers, Real Property
Branch, Department of Finance.
Group classification study—Conservation Officers et al.\ Fish and Game
Branch.
Group classification study—X-ray Assistants.
Group classification study—Dining-room supervisors, Brannan Lake
School.
Salary study—senior positions, Department of Social Welfare.
Salary study—Dental Hygienist.
Grievance—working conditions, Laundry Helpers, Riverview Hospital.
Grievance—Seamstresses, The Woodlands School.
Typing production study—Purchasing Commission.
Staff requirements study—janitorial staff, Parliament Buildings.
Staff requirements study—stenographic staff, Insurance Office, Department of Highways.
Staff requirements study—stenographic staff, Department of Agriculture,
Vernon.
Hand-tool requirement study—tradesmen, Department of Public Works.
Jury duty pay study.
Pay procedures study—summer help, Registrar's Office, Department of
Education.
Isolation allowance study.
Subsidized housing study.
Remuneration for Magistrate's duties study—Manager, University Endowment Lands.
Fourteen requests for extensions to casual appointments were investigated.
Numerous salary survey returns were completed for other organizations.
DEPARTMENTAL ESTABLISHMENTS
During 1965 the following additions and deletions were made to departmental
permanent establishments:—
Department Addition Deletion
Agriculture   9
Attorney-General  37
Commercial Transport  76
Education   4
Finance  14
Forest Service  2
Health Branch  29
Highways       4
Hospital Insurance Service  8
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce  6
Labour  7
Lands Service  22
Mental Health Services  125
Mines and Petroleum Resources  8
Municipal Affairs  2
Premier's Office   	
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Provincial Secretary       ,             	
Addition
          1
Civil Service Commission	
       2
Superannuation Branch	
       1
Public Utilities Commission	
Public Works                         	
____    __-_      7
Water Resources Service ___ 	
       7
Recreation and Conservation  	
     20
Social Welfare	
     91
Deletion
SICK AND SPECIAL LEAVE
Exclusive of claims under the Workmen's Compensation Board and leave
granted under the D.V.A. section of the Sick Leave Regulation, sick leave granted
during the period October 1, 1964, to September 30, 1965, totalled 69,476.5 days
—59,241.5 days with pay and 10,235 days without pay—an average of 5.62 days
(see Table 5, Appendix), and a decrease of 0.29 day over the average for the
previous 12-month period of 5.91 days.
The average number of days sick leave per employee for the past 10 years was
as follows:—
Year Ended Average per Year Ended Average per
Sept. 30 Employee Sept. 30 Employee
1956  5.60 1961  5.37
1957  5.85 1962  5.53
1958  6.54 1963  5.59
1959  5.85 1964  5.91
1960  5.73 1965  5.62
The average daily salary for the year October 1, 1964, to September 30, 1965,
was $19.80, bringing the cost of sick leave with pay for the 59,241.5 days to
$1,172,982. This was not actually an additional expenditure, as in most cases the
absences were for short periods only and the question of relief did not apply.
Seventeen employees were granted leave for the purpose of training with
Reserve units of Her Majesty's forces, and 64 employees were granted leave for the
purpose of further training and study.
With the co-operation of the Director of Occupational Health, Health Services,
a revised employee sick-leave report (Form C.S.C. 4) was brought into use in
mid-1965. The assistance and co-operation of the Director of Occupational Health
in connection with sick-leave incidence is very much appreciated. Further details
regarding this will be found in the Report of the Health Branch.
ACCIDENT PREVENTION
The accident-prevention programme was assisted greatly in 1965 by a substantial increase in budget. This permitted employment of a Safety Officer in
August to assist the Co-ordinator of Accident Prevention with field contacts and
training programmes. A vehicle, several items of training equipment, and additional
materials were purchased. Results in the third year of the interdepartmental safety
programme were good.
The Division continued its safety promotion and education activities with
monthly reports to Deputy Ministers, monthly distribution of literature to departmental safety representatives and committee chairmen, a Service-wide poster distribution every three weeks, regular Civil Service Newsletter, articles and occasional
Service-wide distribution of special-subject pamphlets such as on office safety, free-
 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION REPORT,  1965
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way driving, seat-belt facts, and the new operating engineer's manual. Besides
special promotional efforts in connection with housekeeping and office safety, first
aid, driver improvement and Safe Driving Week, budgeting and planning for safety,
a particular effort was made to introduce a foot-protection programme. Consequently by the end of the year all major departments employing personnel in occupations involving foot hazards co-operated in introducing a compulsory safety-footwear
programme. The Civil Service Commission took membership in the " Ten-on-
Two " Club of the industrial accident prevention associations of Ontario and made
five awards to employees who had saved their toes or feet from injury by wearing
steel-toed footwear.
The Co-ordinator of Accident Prevention participated in over 30 safety meetings; addressed over 40 departmental conferences, safety rallies, or training sessions;
investigated and reported on two fatal accidents; made representations at the Workmen's Compensation Board hearings on new regulations; and made several technical
reports on specific items of equipment. Over 27 per cent of the Co-ordinator's time
was spent away from Victoria.
Work Injury Rates by Departments, 1965
Frequency Rate
(Disabling injuries (one or more days' time loss)
per million man-hours.)
Cost Rate
(Costs of medical aid, compensation, and disability
pensions per million man-hours.)
* Mines and Petroleum Res.
* Municipal Affairs
* Ind. Devel., Trade, & Com.
* Commercial Transport
* Hospital Insurance Service
Finance
Social Welfare
* Provincial Secretary
* Labour
Education
* Water Resources Service
t Lands Service
Attorney-General
0
0
0
0
0
0
_■__   _
* Departments which
than '/_ million man-he
f Departments which
to 1 million man-hours
(F.)=Fatal accident,
.9
4.6
4.8
5.1
1  6.8
■   8.0
worked
urs.
worke
(F.) (
7,
7,8
8,2(
9,618
11,000
13,152
15,396
) 16,648
less
i '/_
\
1,
1,
1,9
2,3
3,749
i,860
587 ■
0
$61 1
192 |
305 ■
387 ■
407 ■
473 m
>38   _■
08   ■■
19  ■■
Municipal Affairs *
Mines and Petroleum Res. *
Hospital Insurance Service *
Finance
Commercial Transport *
Ind. Devel., Trade, & Com. *
Social Welfare
Provincial Secretary t
Lands Service f
Health Services
Labour *
Education
■  9.1
Attorney-General
* Public Utilities Com.
■Ml   10.2
Forest Service
Health Services
f Agriculture
Public Works
Forest Service
ALL DEPARTMENTS
Mental Health Services
Highways
Recreation and Conserv'n
WMWt   1L5
Public Works
__■■_■   12.8
16 m
Mental Health Services
___■_■___■ 16.6
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ALL DEPARTMENTS
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Public Utilities Com. *
Water Resources Service *
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III
_■____■_■■ 26.4
Agriculture t
_____■_■...____■ 32.9
Recreation and Conserv'n f
VmMUM   WMU 33.2   (F.
Highways
Frequency rate reflects how often disabling injuries are occurring relative to the size of the staff (man-hours
worked) in a department.
Cost rate varies with the frequency of injuries but also reflects the severity of injuries relative to the size
of the staff.
For comparison:—■
In 1964 the frequency rate for all departments was 21.1 and the highest rate was 35.6.
In 1964 the cost rate for all departments was $9,332.
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In his five months of employment, the new Safety Officer, Mr. K. E. G. Jackson, contacted 13 departments, addressed 14 safety rallies, 7 film showings on safe
driving, conducted 4 foreman's communications workshops for the Department of
Highways, and prepared a driver-training programme requested by the Health Department. Forty per cent of his time was spent away from headquarters, including
attendance at the National Safety Congress in Chicago.
The year culminated with a safety awards presentation ceremony attended by
the Premier and members of the Cabinet, 18 Deputy Ministers or Assistants, the
president of the British Columbia Safety Council, and the Chairman of the Workmen's Compensation Board. The principal results in 1965, as listed by the Coordinator, are:—
(1) Fatal accidents were two, compared with five, eight, and twelve in previous years.
(2) Despite a 5.7-per-cent increase in man-hours worked, the number of disabling injuries to Government employees was reduced by 15 from 1964.
The frequency rate of disabling injuries per million man-hours declined
7.1 per cent from 1964. It was 37 per cent below the 1962 rate {see
table following). The number of employees suffering medical-aid and
time-loss injuries in 1965 was 192 less than it would have been at the
1962 rate.
(3) The number of days lost through injury was the lowest in at least seven
years—over 5,000 days below the six-year average.
Representatives of the Award-winning Departments
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(4) The direct costs of medical aid, compensation, and disability pensions
were the lowest since 1953. They were 6.37 per cent below 1964 and
43.2 per cent below 1962. This represents a saving of over $268,000
in direct costs in 1965 compared with the projected costs for the year
based on the previous 10-year average. The cost rate per million man-
hours worked was 50.7 per cent below 1962.
(5) The Department of Finance earned its third million man-hour award in
as many years, and two departments—the Department of Labour and the
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources—qualified for the first
gold awards. In addition, the Premier presented bronze and silver awards
from the British Columbia Safety Council to six departments which had
no disabling injuries for the required periods, as follows: Department of
Commercial Transport—bronze; Water Resources Service—bronze; Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce—bronze;
Hospital Insurance Service—bronze; Public Utilities Commissiort^-
bronze; Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources—silver; and
Department of Municipal Affairs—silver. The latter two departments
also qualified for the Premier's Safety Trophy together with the Department of Finance.
(6) Seventy-three British Columbia Safety Council awards were won by units
of various departments, including the first awards to an entire forest district and a division in the Forest Service and five to entire highway disr
tricts.   The Department of Highways instituted regional safety trophies
Frequency
Rate
40
30
20
10
0
Cost
Rate
$20,000
$10,000
CUMULATIVE
First Year
Aug. '62 to July '63
(Av. 1962, 26.2)
a
(Av. 1962, $16,744)
I
Aug. '62 to July '63
Disabling Injury Frequency Rate
per Million Man-hours
twelve-month rolling averages
All Departments
Average 1965
19.5
Cost Rate of Injuries per Million Man-hours
All Departments
1962
1963
1964
1965
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to be presented to the district with the lowest injury rate within each
region on an annual basis.   The first of these, known as the D. R. McLeod
Memorial Trophy for Region 2, was presented at a dinner in Williams
Lake.
The Co-ordinator, Mr. W. J. Williams, also stated:  " This was our best year
to date in terms of reduced injuries and costs.   With the interest and co-operation
being shown by employees and the excellent support being given by the Ministers
and Deputy Ministers, there is no doubt that further reductions can and will be
made in the rate of injuries occurring in the Provincial Government service."
GRIEVANCES
The Chief Personnel Officer reviewed 54 grievances during the year. Of this
total, four were submitted to the Civil Service Commission for a formal review. In
addition, the Commission heard seven briefs on wages and working conditions from
various groups of employees.
CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS
Mr. F. N. Manson, P.Eng., of the Classification Division, was promoted to a
position of District Engineer in the Water Resources Service. He was replaced by
Mr. M. F. Harts, B.A. Mrs. Joyce Hildreth, of the Recruiting and Selection
Division, was transferred to the Mental Health Services and was replaced by Miss
Joan Johnstone, B.A.
The second conference of Canadian Civil Service Commissioners was held in
Victoria in June. This annual conference is proving to be effective in developing
consistent and modern systems of public personnel management throughout Canada.
In conclusion, the Chairman wishes to record his sincere appreciation to his
two colleagues on the Commission, to each member of the Commission's staff, to
Government Agents, to the Civil Service Commissions of other Provinces, and the
Federal Government, for their able assistance; and to you, Mr. Minister, for your
deep and sympathetic appreciation of the Commission's problems.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.
H. M. Morrison, Chairman.
J. E. Brown, Member.
R. R. Rickinson, Member.
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APPENDIX
Twenty-five-year continuous-service certificates were awarded to the following
Government employees in December, 1965:—
Department of Agriculture
John Lindsay Webster.
Department of the Attorney-General
Donald Campbell.
Miss Frances Sylvia Porter.
Leslie David Douglas.
Arthur Henry Hall.
Ralph Mortimer Baker.
Mrs. Alice May Wright.
Mrs. Joyce Marian McCowan.
Liquor Control Board
Charles Bruce Mcintosh.
Robert MacMillan.
Gordon Campbell Petticrew.
Richard Melville Chandler.
Robert Mason.
Olaf Harold Helander.
Jack Andrew Blygh.
Benjamin Earl Conner.
Miss Annie Cornish.
Roy Hunt.
Lome Ernest Ritchie.
Robert Bruce Wallace.
James Mcintosh McKim.
Laurence Marvin Lunn.
William Anderson Bruce.
Department of Commercial Transport
Robert Eugene Swanson.
Department of Education
Miss Annie Fraser Adamson.
Miss Muriel Evelyn Wright.
William Ronald D. Hill.
Harold Dunlop Stafford.
Maurice James Davis.
Department of Finance
Alan George Jordan.
William Alfred West.
Robert Brace Fields.
Miss Joan Elizabeth O. French.
Robert Douglas Whyte.
Geoffrey Harold Beley.
William Thomas McGruder.
Miss Irene May Jones.
Miss Beryl Jessie MacLean.
Bertram James H. Ryley.
Robert Ernest Manson.
Douglas Victor Drew.
Miss Florence Louise Jeffreys.
Miss Kathleen Vera Hall.
Kenneth James Weir.
Mrs. Marie Margaret Geoghegan.
William Lewis Draper.
Forest Service
Miss Phyllis Louise Christian.
John Samuel Stokes.
Hiram Caribert Casilio.
Gerald Alexander Kenney.
Voitto Koski. 	
James Sibbald Macalister.
Alfred Harold Bamford.
Jack Edwardson Berg.
John Ward McDonald.
Arthur James Kirk.
Ian Treherne Cameron.
Davis Monfoad Carey.
Wilfred Charles Pendray.
Henry Michael Pogue.
Arthur William Bouch.
Leslie Clinton Chamberlin.
Miss Audrey Ethel Hazlewood.
Harry George Mayson.
Henry Theodore Barbour.
Allan Harvey Dixon.
Laurence Andrew Willington.
Thomas Tolson Edwards.
Edward Glossop Whiting.
Health Services
Mrs. Wilma Clare Marsden.
Dr. Robert Henry Irish.
Bruce Hiram Bennett.
Miss Bernice Ellen Graham.
Mental Health Services
Lees Andrew.
Joseph Donnison.
Dr. Bruce Frasee Bryson.
Garland Edward Leech.
Kenneth Steele Thompson.
Stanley John Weston.
William Maxwell LaCroix.
James Colvin.
Miss Bernice Flo Crockett.
Joseph Alcide O. Ranger.
William Raymond Butcher.
George Samuel Dixon.
Department of Highways
Robert Douglas Dean.
William Carnegie Cameron.
Miss Florence Agnes Moss.
William Martin.
Edward Peter Nelson.
Alister Campbell.
Norman Michael F. Pope.
James Algin Lonsbury.
Thomas Lloyd Taverna.
Bertie John Fitchett.
Mrs. Edith Mary Silver.
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Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
Miss Lillian Conway.
Department of Labour
Clifford Rudolph Margison.
Lands Service
William Ronald Young.
Stanley Lawson Clarke.
Department of Mines and Petroleum
Resources
Norman George Colvin.
William Player.
Department of the Provincial Secretary
Richard Davidson Higgins.
Robert Alexander Stephenson.
Mrs. Margaret Phyllis Gray.
Walter David Carley.
Willard Ernest Ireland.
Public Utilities Commission
Howard Duff Taylor.
Department of Public Works
Richard Thomas C. Bennett.
Eric William Mabbett.
Jack Rigby.
Roy Edgar Routley.
Lancelot Robson.
Oscar Stabeck.
George Owen Hawkins.
Frank Henry Bird.
Department of Recreation and Conservation
Horace Tyler.
Dr. George Clifford Carl.
Gordon Leslie Levy.
Department of Social Welfare
Rex Raphael Derrick.
Alfred Reamsbottom.
Roderick Dhu Clapperton.
Workmen's Compensation Board
Ellis Kirkland Jackson.
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P 27
STATISTICS
Table 1.—Enrolments in the Civil Service from 1950 to 1965 (as at December 3 1st)
Year
Permanent
Casual
Total
10*0
7,945
8,138
8,398
8,722
8,349
8,541
8,629
8,763
8,859
8,988
9,282
10,075
578
755
872
899
914
1,278
1,406
1,470
1,444
1,457
1,658
2,362
7,694
1951                     .   .               	
7,994
195?.
8,543
1953.     _ - -	
8,543
1054
8,523
10.6
8,893
9,270
1957                     ...             	
9,621
105R
9,263
1959
9,819
1060
10,035
1961       	
10,233
1067,
10,303
106.
10,445
1964          	
10,940
1065X
12,437
i Excluding British Columbia Ferry Authority, Liquor Control Board, and Gaol Services.
Note.—Before 1954 no record was kept as to number of permanent or casual.
Table 2.—Appointments Made by the Civil Service Commission from
to December 31, 1965
1937
Year
Probationary
Casual
Permanent
Total
1937/38  __	
1938/39  	
1939/40  _	
1940/41  _	
1941/42    	
1942/43    	
1943/44    	
1944/45	
April 1,1945, to December 31,1946
1947	
1948	
1949..
1950
1951.
1952..
1953-
1954.
1955.
1956_
1957.
1958.
1959...
1960-
1961...
1962-
1963.
1964_
1965-.
1,230
984
1,191
1,417
1,193
1,149
1,264
297
328
342
356
352
474
491
547
2,058
2,048
2,041
507
441
600
673
473
533
1,030
923
851
686
1,013
1,036
989
906
1,055
1,264
1,717
185
133
146
121
88
173
184
155
1,245
815
867
370
290
339
378
390
438
332
1,786
1,943
885
1,019
881
856
796
899
938
1,236
482
461
488
477
440
647
675
702
3,303
2,863
2,908
2,107
1,715
2,130
2,468
2,056
2,120
2,626
2,709
2,794
1,571
2,032
1,917
1,845
1,702
1,954
2,202
2,953
Note.—From 1945 to 1948, probationary appointments are included in the " Casual" column. From and
including 1956, probationary appointments are counted as permanent, and are not counted again when officially
confirmed as permanent.
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Table 3.—Number of Civil Servants Enrolled in Departments of Government
as at December 31, 1965, According to Sex
Department
Permanent and Probationary
Male
Female
Total
Premier's Office..
Agriculture	
Attorney-General-
Commercial Transport-
Education 	
Finance— 	
Forest Service 	
Health Services... 	
Mental Health Services	
Hospital Insurance Service-
Highways..
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce-
Labour -     -	
Lands Service  _
Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Municipal Affairs — —	
Provincial Secretary..
Public Utilities Commission-
Public Works 	
Recreation and Conservation-
Social Welfare  _
Water Resources	
Totals .
203
478
80
140
370
667
295
1,342
40
289
53
66
255
80
25'
94
25
575
202
234
87
5,600
2
2
61
264
379
857
5
85'
178
318
286
656
166
833
742
1,037
1,620
2,962
59
99
112
401
36
89
49
115'
30
285
34
- 114
6
31
. 152
246
25!
50
54
629
47
249
415
649
17
104
4,475
10,075
Table 4.—Number of Casual Employees Enrolled in Departments of Government
as at December 31, 1965, According to Sex
Department
Male
Casual
Female
Total
Premier's Office..
Agriculture	
Attorney-General..
Commercial Transport-
Education  	
Finance  	
Forest Service	
Health Services	
Mental Health Services	
Hospital Insurance Service..
Highways-
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
Labour   	
Lands Service  - 	
Mines and Petroleum Resources .—
Municipal Afiairs-
Provincial Secretary	
Public Utilities Commission-
Public Works 	
Recreation and Conservation-
Social Welfare	
Water Resources 	
Totals	
23
12
7
325
8
149
46
191
235
1
6
4
2
6
160
15
36
13
1,239
5
127
1
122
13
69
173
375
2
53
3
7
6
2
10
41
20
91
3
1,123
28
169
8
447
21
218
219
566
2
288
1
3
13
10
4
16
201
35
127
16
2,362
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Table 6.—Number of Separations in 1965 According to Departments of Government
Department
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Resigned
Died
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Finished
Transferred
to O.S.
Cancelled
Premier's Office-
Agriculture-
Attorney-General	
Commercial Transport.
Education	
Finance	
Forest Service	
Health Services-
Mental Health Services _.
Hosptial Insurance Service..
Highways..
Industrial Development, Trade and Commerce	
Labour _ _ 	
Lands Service 	
Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Municipal Affairs-
Provincial Secretary	
Public Utilities Commission-
Public Works	
Recreation and Conservation-
Social Welfare  	
Water Resources	
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2
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10
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Table 7.—Classification Reviews by Departments in 1965 with Comparative Figures
for Previous Years
Department
Upward
Revisions
Downward
Revisions
Reviews
Resulting
in No
Change
Total
Agriculture.
Attorney-General-
Commercial Transport.
Education	
Finance	
Hospital Insurance Service - _	
Highways  	
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce-
Labour  	
Lands Service  	
Forest Service 	
Water Resources.—.'.  	
Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Municipal Affairs.
Provincial Seoretary	
Public Utilities Commission .
Public Works	
Recreation and Conservation.
Social Welfare- 	
Public Health	
Mental Health	
New Civil Service agenciesi..
Total, 1965	
Total, 1964.	
Total, 1963	
Total, 1962	
Total, 1961	
Total, 1960	
Total, 1959	
4
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1
21
34
9
34
10
7
8
49
10
14
5
7
2
41
20
25
28
13
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7
11
3
5
9
7
30
4
3
3
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5
4
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13
6
145
11
132
4
26
43
16
67
14
10
11
63
12
19
5
13
2
45
30
32
41
19
67
682
541
628
611
694
647
496
i Including vocational schools, Institute of Technology, Civil Defence Organization, Liquor Control Board,
Gaol and Probation Services, and Fish and Game Branch.   A separate record was not kept during 1965.
 Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1966
260-266-581
 

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