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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Thirty-first Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
CIVIL SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
for the
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31
1966
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1967
  To Major-General the Honourable George Randolph Pearkes,
V.C., P.C., C.B., D.S.O., M.C., CD.,
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 1965/66.
WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C., December 30, 1966.
 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 1965/66.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
December 29, 1966.
 Superannuation Report, 1965/66
Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the Civil Service
Superannuation Act during the Fiscal Year 1965/66
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 $4,462,380 was
received from employees, consisting of the following:—
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $3,835,748
Voluntary contributions        616,763
Repayment of moneys withdrawn  9,869
$4,462,380
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of $3,300,246
were received from the following sources:—
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $3,467,045
Reinstatement matching  9,460
Prior-service and reclassification requirements   774
2-per-cent formula requirements        293,405
Service-bonus requirements        147,582
Minimum-allowance requirements  915
$3,919,181
Less refund abatements     1,025,911
British Columbia Ferry Authority (from August
1, 1965)       $140,277
Less refund abatements  15,444
$2,893,270
  124,833
British Columbia Medical Plan (from July 1, 1965)   2,127
Dyking districts  1,188
Employees' Association, GEMS, and Credit Union  7,196
University of British Columbia and University of Victoria  16,329
Liquor Control Board  255,303
$3,300,246
As at March 31, 1966, there were 14,363 active contributors to the Fund,
2,679 of whom have made special voluntary contributions.   There were 1,853 making current voluntary contributions.   The remaining 826 have voluntary credits but
have discontinued voluntary contributions.
Section 13.—As at March 31, 1966, deposits with the Treasury at credit of
the Civil Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $99,710,146.
 S 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Section 14.—Interest in the amount of $4,495,120 was received from the Minister of Finance, calculated on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1 and October 1, 1965, and computed as follows:—
At the rate of 5 per cent per annum  $4,141,804
At the rate of 4 per cent per annum        334,170
At the rate of 3 per cent per annum  19,146
$4,495,120
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 112 retiring
employees under this subsection. For analysis see statements of comparative statistics appended.
Section 20.—(3) Ten deferred superannuation allowances were granted under
this subsection.
Section 21.—Of the 112 allowances granted under section 18 (1), 34 retiring
employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under this section.
Section 22.—(1) Superannuation allowances were granted to dependents of
18 employees who died while in service, two of which were granted on the 2-per-cent
formula.
Section 24.—Refunds totalling $95,318 were made to the widow or estate in
the case of 34 contributors who died while in service.
Section 25.—(1) Refunds totalling $1,094,406 were made to 1,186 contributors who left the service of their employer.
(3) A total of $18,838 was transferred to the contributors' credit in Employees'
Suspense Accounts in Part I and Part II in respect of 22 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 $63,225, were paid from the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Section 37.—An amount of $2,517 was paid over to the Minister of Finance
from the accounts of 18 former contributors (7 under Part I and 11 under Part II).
The accounts of 40 contributors who ceased to be eligible to contribute to
Part I were transferred from the Civil Service Superannuation Fund to the Retirement Fund.
Imprest Payments and Receipts.—An amount of $104,122 was paid out in
supplementing allowances granted prior to April 1, 1953, pursuant to Schedule B
and allowances granted prior to April 1, 1958, pursuant to section 58a (effective
April 1, 1962). The Minister of Finance reimbursed the Fund for this amount out
of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
By special arrangement with the Crown Life Insurance Company, payments
totalling $31,772 to retired employees of the Liquor Control Board were made out
of the Fund, which was reimbursed by the insurance company. These payments
were in respect of the portion of their total benefits purchased from the insurance
company prior to August 1, 1961.
PART IL—RETIREMENT FUND
Sections 4, 21, 43, 53, 54, and 58 (Employee and Employer Contributions).—
During the year an amount of $1,021,884 was received from employees, consisting
of the following:—
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 S 7
Compulsory and arrears contributions      $941,286
Voluntary contributions  80,170
Repayment of moneys withdrawn  428
$1,021,884
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of $571,932
were received from the following sources:—
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $877,550
Reinstatement matching  428
2-per-cent formula requirements       55,209
Service-bonus requirements       41,958
Minimum-allowance requirements        	
$975,145
Less refund abatements     446,760
British Columbia Ferry Authority     $62,597
Less refund abatements       20,189
$528,385
42,408
Dyking districts  936
Employees' Medical Services  203
$571,932
As at March 31, 1966, there were 3,304 active contributors to the Fund, 299
of whom have made special voluntary contributions.   There were 231 making current voluntary contributions.   The remaining 68 have voluntary credits but have
discontinued voluntary contributions.
Section 44.—Interest in the amount of $740,788 was received from the Minister
of Finance, calculated on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1 and October 1,
1965, and computed as follows:—
At the rate of 5 per cent per annum  $647,089
At the rate of 4 per cent per annum       92,017
At the rate of 3 per cent per annum         1,682
$740,788
Section 45.—The accounts of 962 contributors who became eligible to contribute to Part I were transferred from the Retirement Fund to the Civil Service
Superannuation Fund, including the accounts of 677 employees of the British
Columbia Ferry Authority.
Section 47.—(1) and (2) Of the 37 allowances granted under (1) and (2),
six retiring employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under section 21. For analysis
see statements of comparative statistics appended.
(3) No allowances were granted pursuant to this subsection.
Section 49.—Refunds totalling $446,227 were made to 487 contributors who
left the service of the Government, and refunds totalling $58,818 were made to the
widow or estate in the case of 27 contributors who died while in service.
Schedule C and Section 58a.—An amount of $18,944 was paid out in supplementing allowances granted prior to April 1, 1953, pursuant to Schedule C and
allowances granted prior to April 1, 1958, pursuant to section 58a (effective April 1,
1962).
 S 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
As at March 31, 1966, there were 1,391 superannuants participating.
During the year 77 claims were paid, amounting to $43,200, financed as
follows:—
Amount Per Cent
Contributions by superannuants  $16,446 38.07
Contributions by Government     26,754 61.93
$43,200 100.00
For details of individual payments see statement appended.
LEGISLATION
The Civil Service Superannuation Act Amendment Act, 1966, makes provision
for co-ordination with the Canada Pension Plan and the Federal Old Age Security
programme and improved the general level of benefits in all categories. Among
the more important changes are the following:—
(a) Contributions.—Employee and employer contributions required under the
Civil Service Superannuation Act were reduced by approximately the
amount required to be paid under the Canada Pension Plan. Accordingly,
from January 1, 1966, the total contributions by both employer and
employee to the Civil Service Superannuation Fund and the Canada Pension Plan will be approximately equal to the total contributions formerly
made to the Civil Service Superannuation Fund alone.
(b) Benefits.—The benefits accruing from service and contributions under the
money purchase option from the Civil Service Superannuation Fund were
reduced to compensate for the reduction in contributions. However, the
gain in benefits from the Canada Pension Plan in every case more than
offsets this reduction. As a result, every employee will receive an increase
in his total benefits when Canada Pension Plan benefits are added to the
benefits available from the Civil Service Superannuation Fund.
Under the 2-per-cent formula the co-ordination is in the form of
a recalcaluation of the benefit when the employee becomes entitled to
receive benefits under the Canadian Pension Plan. The recalculation
results in a reduction in the benefit from the Civil Service Superannuation
Fund in the amount of 1 per cent multiplied by his years of service after
1958 multiplied by his average annual salary (not exceeding $5,000).
Accordingly, the maximum reduction resulting from the recalculation
would be $50 per year after 1958, and the gain resulting from the Canada
Pension Plan and amendments to the Old Age Security Act more than
offset these reductions.
(c) Pensioner Bonuses.—The amendments provide for a supplementary allowance based on years of service for every employee who had completed
more than 10 years of pensionable service prior to retirement. These
bonuses became effective May 1, 1966, and are paid out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
(d) Death and Disability Benefits.—Extension of the 2-per-cent formula. The
benefits from the 2-per-cent formula were extended to cover cases of death
and disability after at least 10 years of service under both Part I and
Part II. They were also extended on an optional basis to employees
retiring after age 55 with 35 years of service.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66
S 9
(e) Portability.—The portability provisions were improved by adding a
widow's benefit during the deferred period and increasing the permissible
absence from 3 months to 15 months where employees transfer to approved employers having reciprocal arrangements.
(/) Contributory Salary.—The ceiling on contributory salary was raised to
$15,000 per annum.
(g) Optional Plans.—The optional plans of payment were modified to conform
with the changes in eligible age and amount of benefit under the Old Age
Security Act.
(h) Minimum Allowance.—The minimum allowance was increased to $60
per month for a single person and $120 per month for a married person,
reducing by 50 per cent when Old Age Security benefits start.
(i) Refund Guarantee. — An over-all refund guarantee was introduced to
ensure that the total benefit payments to or on behalf of every employee
will never be less than his accumulated contributions in the Fund, provided that on retirement he does not select a single life plan of payment.
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
 S 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expendture for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1966
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular   $3,835,748
Voluntary         616,763
Reinstatement   9,869
  $4,462,380
Employer—Miscellaneous statutory     $4,341,601
Less refund abatements     1,041,355
     3,300,246
Transfers from Part II—Retirement Fund     1,433,496
Transfers from Government of Canada Superannuation Fund  35,004
Transfers from Teachers' Pensions Fund  61,483
Transfers from Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation
Account  20,683
Transfers from former Liquor Control Board pension plan  14,330
Allowance payment receipts (as per contra)—
Re Schedule B and section 58a supplementary allowances      $104,122
Re former Liquor Control Board employees  31,772
        135,894
Interest received from Minister of Finance    4,495,120
  $13,958,636
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—■
Paid from Fund  $2,552,279
Allowance payments (as per contra)—
Re Schedule B and section 58a supplementary
allowances      $ 104,122
Re former Liquor Control Board employees  31,772
        135,894
$2,688,173
Refunds      1,190,411
Transfers to Part II—Retirement Fund        119,796
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund  61,493
       4,059,873
Net increase during year     $9,898,763
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1, 1965     89,811,383
Deposits with Treasury, March 31, 1966  $99,710,146
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 S 11
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Civil Service Superannuation Fund as at March 31, 1966
Cash and securities held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page E21 of the
Public Accounts, 1965/66—
Cash in chartered banks in Canada       $328,486
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value     99,238,202
Par Value
Government of Canada  $1,000
Province of British Columbia  1,542,000
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority  41,197,500
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority notes ... 1,500,000
British Columbia Ferry Authority  15,394,000
British Columbia municipalities   10,877,961
British Columbia improvement districts  5,857,200
British Columbia school districts  19,695,700
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing
Authority  100,000
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District _ 29,000
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company  4,238,000
Province of Manitoba guaranty—Manitoba Hydro-electric
Power Commission  2,000
Province of Ontario  21,000
Province of Quebec  170,000
Province  of   Quebec   guaranty — Quebec   Hydro-electric
Commission  110,000
$100,735,361
*$99,566,688
Civil Service Superannuation Fund distribution—
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of current allowances   $21,992,185
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions     $36,099,968
Employees' voluntary contributions         5,479,559
$41,579,527
Employer matching contributions       36,099,968
     77,679,495
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the Liquor Control Board  14,014
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees, as per Schedule No. 1  24,452
$99,710,146
* At March 31, 111966, the Superannuation Fund was underinvested by $143,«15l8, the Retirement Fund being
overinvested by the same amount.   This was corrected in the 11966/617 fiscal year.
 S 12 BRITISH COLUMBIA
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, 1966
Name
Department
Amount
Anderson, Alice V	
Anhorn, Miss Marjorie Dorothy..
Baird, Mrs. Beatrice Ruth	
Bannister, John C  	
Beeloo, Miss Wilhelmina..
Bodnar, Mrs. Shirley E..
Bray, Miss Helen Bernice..
Clark, Harland W	
Clark, Mrs. Mary E _	
Funnell, Mrs. Patricia M._
Gleis, Mrs. Elena Jean~
Helliwell, Miss Louise Mary-
Irish, Mrs. H._
Kartner, Miss Mary_
Lee, Robert Chung Nin..
MacDonald, Roderick S. S..
Neilson, Mrs. Clarabelle	
Potoma, Anna_
Sargent, Shirley Emily	
Sayer, Mrs. Mabel E	
Shore, Eileen Annie	
Stratford, Miss Nora W-
Templeton, Miss 1. D	
Vaughan, Mrs. Helen F	
Winter, Wolfgang F. A	
Total	
Riverview..
Riverview..
Health	
Woodlands..
Health	
Valleyview...
Health	
Industrial Development-
Riverview  	
Highways	
Social Welfare	
Social Welfare	
Public Works	
Public Health	
Riverview	
Provincial Secretary-
Health	
Riverview	
Woodlands..
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Health	
Health	
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Lands	
$2,176.54
994.02
818.08
401.52
601.72
342.59
727.18
3,359.44
119.09
1,426.34
626.11
433.04
925.63
2,079.13
212.04
131.62
24.16
2,138.47
71.21
1,833.99
209.05
1,820.56
1,663.75
381.51
935.45
$24,452.24
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PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1950, to March 31, 1966,
Subdivided According to Sex of Contributor
Fiscal Year
Number of
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Number of
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Number of
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Number of
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1951/52-
1952/53-
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1961/62-
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1962/63	
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Non-active..
1964/65	
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1965/66-
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4,421
4,521
4,742
4,896
4,812
75
4,936
61
5,406
136
5,899
100
6,182
100
6,271
59
6,757
39
7,501
93
7,739
96
7,979
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8,126
112
9,485
103
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
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3,986
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1,181
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84T
 S 16
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1965, to March 31, 1966
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Aalten, Roy Henry	
Adams, Mark Henry-
Affleck, Thomas..
Aldred, William Francis Heber..
Ames, Miss Marg Agard 	
Baesso, Rino	
Bailey, Arthur Charles	
Batten, Thomas James 	
Berry, Mrs. Marg Haddow	
Bidwell, Mrs. Marion Belle	
Bird, Frank Henry  	
Blagburn, Eric William...
Blagden, William Henry	
Bradley, Percy  	
Brown, Kitchener Munro..
Brown, Ralph..
Burridge, Mrs. Cecelia Milticent.
Burrough, Harold James	
Calbick, Wesley Thomas.. _
Campbell, Clive Dickens	
Campbell, Edmund	
Cannon, Thomas..
Core, Archibald John Lang	
Chaffey, Sidney Walter	
Chrow, Miss Ruth Constance	
Clarke, George Edwin Benjamin-
Cody, Leo John	
Commons, Melvin 	
Cooke, John    	
Corrigan, Mrs. Agnes	
Cotton, Miss Dorothy Maud..
Couldwell, Miss Jennie Ness..
Cummins, Patrick Arthur _.
Curran, Mrs. Joan  	
Davidson, Dr. Harold Thornton._
Davis, Howard Nelson  	
Dean, Douglas Robert	
Dewar, James  	
Dickens, Cyril  _ 	
Dodgshon, William Pattinson	
Dooling, Felix John
Drake, Harry George     	
Dryden, Miss Isabella Janet Roy..
Edridge, Mrs. Isabel  	
Elford, Frank Douglas
Falkenham, Donald Glenarvon..
Featherstone, Miss Grace May...
Ford, Frederik S  	
Forde, George Burnet	
Forsell, Harold Henrik 	
Foster, William 	
Fraser, Dr. William Allan	
Gillis, John Fraser	
Gowan, John  _ 	
Gunson, Jeffery George  	
Howie, Mrs. Euphemia Roy	
Hughes, Mrs. Gwendolin Emily..
Hutchings, Oswald J. _.
Ingleton, Harold	
Inglis, John Whillans	
Iredale, James Albert	
Irving, Arthur Robert 	
Johnson, John Algot 	
Jones, David John „„	
Jones, George Ernest Pascoe .
Jones, Reginald Arnold	
Jones, Richard Carvel 	
Joyce, Thomas Harvey	
Kay, Miss Edith Alice _ —
Keele, Mrs. Mary Ethel	
Highways..
Attorney-General-
Attorney-General-
Public Works	
Social Welfare-
Public Works „„
Highways	
Agriculture	
Public Health...
Mental Health-
Public Works	
Education	
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
Liquor Control Board.
Public Health 	
Social Welfare 	
Industrial Development-
Agriculture  	
Public Works	
Mental Health	
Public Works 	
Liquor Control Board-
Water Resources	
Finance	
Lands-   	
Mental Health	
Highways	
Attorney-General-
Labour.- 	
Social Welfare	
Social Welfare	
Attorney-General.
Public Health	
Mental Health	
Lands- 	
Highways 	
Recreation and Conservation-
Liquor Control Board— —
Public Works  -
Highways .
Liquor Control Board —
Public Health	
Mental Health 	
Public Works	
Public Health 	
Attorney-General-
Attorney-General 	
Liquor Control Board-
Attorney-General	
Public Works 	
Hospital Insurance	
Public Works 	
Attorney-General	
Mental Health	
Mental Health  _
Social Welfare	
Liquor Control Board..
Mental Health	
Education 	
Public Health	
Highways-
Highways-
Social Welfare..
Finance. 	
Attorney-General-
Forest Service	
Liquor Control Board-
Attorney-General	
Social Welfare	
Apr.
Dec.
June
Oct.
July 2
Dec.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Dec. 16.
Oct.
July
Oct.
Oct.
Aug.
Aug.
Feb. 24:
Mar.
Aug.
Feb.
Dec.
Mar.
Nov.
Dec.
May
June
Apr.
Jan.
Sept.
Mar. 12.
July    1
Sept.   1
Feb.   1
Sept.   1
Aug.   1
Jan.  13
Feb.   1
Dec.   1
Feb. 13
Dec.   1
July    1
Dec.    1
Mar.   1
June   1
Oct.    1
May   1
Mar.   1
July    1
Sept.   1
July    1
Oct.    1
Feb. 18
May   1
July    1
July    1
June 16.
Feb.
Oct.
Dec.
Mar. 10,
Dec.
Aug.
July
Aug.
Feb. 1
June
Oct.
July
Sent.
Mar.
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1966
1966
1965
1966
1965
1966
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1966
1965
1966
1965
1965
1966
1965
1965
1966
1966
1965
1966
1965
1965
1965
1966
1965
1965
1965
1966
1965
1965
1965
1965
1966
1965
1965
1965
1965
1966
1965
1965
1966
1965
1965
1965
1965
1966
1965
1965
1965
1965
1966
N.
D.
D.
N.
N.
N.
D.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Dis.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
D.
N.
N.
N.=:Normal retirement (110).
D.=Death in service (li8).
Def. =Deferred allowance (10).
Dis.=Disability (2).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 S 17
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1965, to March 31, 1966—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Kelley, Cyril Clifford-
Kelley, Woodford Owens..
Kelly, Mrs. Kathleen Viola-
Kelly, William John	
Knight, Elmer Shelton	
Lamont, John	
Landon, Gordon Lome	
Langevin, Mrs. Mary .	
Law, Mrs. Mary Hannah-
Leak, Charles Richard Wm..
Lee, Bernard Jesse	
Lewis, Francis Henry	
Long, Miss Hannah..
Luyat, Gabriel Allan-
Martin, John Phillip-
Mason, Oscar Samuel	
Matheson, Laughlin Alexander..
Mayar, Harold William	
Menzies, George S—
Menzies, Gordon Murray	
Miles, Edward Arthur	
Milne, Norman	
Mitchell, Mrs. Frances Marion...
Mortensen, Marius Engebrit	
Moscrop, Miss Martha Eleanor..
Munro, Daniel William	
Murray, Mrs. Mildred Florence..
MacDonald, James Gibson	
MacDonald, Norman	
McGill, Robert-
Mclntyre, Mrs. Evelyn Mae~
McKibben, Arthur McLean-
McLaren, Percy Lawrence.	
MacLeod, John Murdo	
McPhail, Lawrence Alexander.....
McTaggart, Robert Charles	
Neesham, Mrs. Dorothy Eugene..
Ogilvie, Wilfred Duncan 	
Paulding, Walter-
Pink, Torrence Samuel	
Pittendrigh, August Charles..
Redford, Jack— 	
Richardson, George Alvin..
Riddell, Miss Jean Marie	
Rive, Charles	
Rock, Frederick _	
Rowan, Fraser Duncan	
Sanderson, George	
Scott, Mrs. Claire Grace-
Scott, Clarence Arthur	
Steenson, Harold James....
Strevens, Bernard Joseph-
Stewart, John-
Stewart, Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth-
Street, Mrs. Mabel Lillian	
Taylor, AlanFrater.
Taylor, Benjamin George-
Taylor, Sydney Thomas..
Thomson, Frederick Livingstone-
Thompson, George Henry	
Thomson, Sylvester Edward	
Veale, Mrs. Elsie Marg	
Veno, Mrs. Violet Dorothy _
Ward, Miss Alice Mary	
Warren, Mrs. Alma Edith  	
Wassholm, Theodore Gustave	
Whiteford, Mrs. Winifred _
Wilkinson, William Lewis. 	
Williams, Harold Halcombe	
Wilson, Basil Ridgway	
Agriculture	
Mental Health	
Mental Health.	
Water Resources.
Liquor Control Board-
Mental Health	
Agriculture	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Lands- 	
Attorney-General..
Highways 	
Mental Health	
Agriculture 	
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
Education	
Liquor Control Board-
Recreation and Conservation-
Public Health	
Public Health	
Attorney-General	
Public Health	
Recreation and Conservation-
Social Welfare	
Social Welfare	
Mental Health	
Labour  	
Mental Health	
Education	
Public Health	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Attorney-General-
Attorney-General..
Mental Health	
Highways	
Highways 	
Attorney-General..
Attorney-General..
Public Works	
Social Welfare	
Highways-
Social Welfare-
Agriculture	
Finance	
Public Works	
Highways-
Attorney-General-
Mental Health	
Liquor Control Board-
Liquor Control Board-
Mental Health	
Education 	
Mental Health	
Finance	
Mental Health-
Public Health „
Liquor Control Board-
Attorney-General	
Mental Health 	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
Forest Service	
Social Welfare	
Public Health	
Attorney-General 	
Education	
Feb. 1
,1966
Aug. 1
,1965
Feb. 3
,1966
May 1
, 1965
Aug. 1
,1965
Jan. 1
,1966
Jan. 1
,1966
Aug. 1
,1965
May 18
,1965
May 1
,1965
Sept. 1
, 1965
Aug. 14
1965
Jan. 1
,1966
Apr. 1
,1965
Sept. 8
,1965
Aug. 1
1965
July 1
,1965
Aug. 1
1965
Jan. 1
,1966
Nov. 1
,1965
June 5
1965
Dec. 21
1965
Mar. 19
1966
Aug. 1
1965
Jan. 1
,1966
Mar. 1
1966
Apr. 23
1965
Nov. 19
1965
Dec. 1
1965
Oct. 26
1965
May 1
1965
Aug. 1
1965
Aug. 1
1965
Aug. 1
1965
Oct. 1
1965
Dec. 1
1965
July 1
1965
Mar. 1
1966
Aug. 1
1965
June 1
1965
June 26
1965
May 19
1965
Nov. 1
1965
Sept. 1
1965
July  1
1965
Jan. 1
1966
May 1
1965
Sept. 29
1965
Dec. 1
1965
Jan. 1
1966
Aug. 1
1965
Mar. 1
1966
Aug. 1
1965
May 1
1965
Mar. 19
1966
July 1
1965
June 1
1965
Mar. 1
1966
Apr. 1
1965
Jan. 1
1966
Sept. 1
1965
Nov. 1
1965
Feb. 20
1966
June 1
1965
Nov. 17
1965
Mar. 1
1966
Sept. 16,
1965
Sept. 1
1965
Dec. 1
1965
Feb. 1
1966
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
D.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
Def.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
D.
Dis.
Def.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
Def.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.=Normal retirement (110).
D.=Death in service (18).
Def.=Deferred allowance (10).
Dis.=Disability (2).
 S 18 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1966
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular       $941,286
Voluntary   80,170
Reinstatement   428
     $1,021,884
Employer—Miscellaneous statutory   $1,038,881
Less refund abatements        466,949
  571,932
Transfers from Part I—Superannuation Fund  119,796
Provided from Consolidated Revenue re Schedule C and section 58a
supplementary allowances (as per contra)  18,944
Interest received from Minister of Finance         740,788
     $2,473,344
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from Fund      $252,651
Provided from Consolidated Revenue re Schedule C
and section 58a supplementary allowances (as
per contra)   18,944
        $271,595
Refunds          527,182
Transfers to Part I—Superannuation Fund       1,433,496
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund  5,056
       2,237,329
Net increase during year       $236,015
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1, 1965     16,356,798
Deposits with Treasury, March 31, 1966  $16,592,813
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 S 19
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Retirement Fund as at March 31, 1966
Cash and securities held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page E 22 of the
Public Accounts, 1965/66—
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value  $16,736,271
Province of British Columbia	
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority	
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority notes.
British Columbia municipalities	
British Columbia improvement districts .
British Columbia school districts	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company _
Province of Ontario	
Province of Quebec	
Par Value
$31,500
8,537,000
125,000
1,179,000
1,428,600
5,712,200
97,000
5,000
9,000
$17,124,300
*$16,736,271
Retirement Fund distribution—
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of current allowances	
Balance at credit of contributory accounts-
Employees' compulsory contributions
Employees' voluntary contributions ...
Employer matching contributions
$7,053,483
377,787
$7,431,270
7,053,483
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the Ferry
Authority	
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees, as per Schedule No. 2	
$2,042,694
14,484,753
59,276
6,090
$16,592,813
*At March 31, i!966, the Retirement Fund was overinvested by $M3,4S8, the Superannuation Fund being
underinvested by the same amount.  This was corrected in the 11966/67 fiscal year.
 S 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART IL—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Schedule No. 2.—Unclaimed Moneys in Retirement Fund at Credit of
Former Employees' Accounts as at March 31, 1966
Name
Anderson, N. W.—
Baker, Wilfred H...
Bizicki, Alex	
Bjorkman, Ellard O..
Byers, D	
Charman, F 	
ChernofI, George N	
Cook, William Francis..
D'Esterre, Sidney B..
Dumont, Machel Victor.—
Elliot, Charles Francis D.„
Fehr, G. L 	
Franklin, A. E	
Gillies, Bernard	
Harvey, David G 	
Hore, Brian Trevor	
Isabelle, Paul E	
Janzen, John	
Jorgenson, D. G	
Kennedy, G	
Keyowski, John	
Knox, W. G. 	
Krahn, Jake Henry _
Marsiske, Wolfgang.	
Ovans, John Malcolm-
Palmer, B   _
Roberts, Thomas H 	
Sanderson, Mrs. Kathleen P.-
Schmilinsky, Erhart	
Shaw, Mrs. Dorothy M	
Smith, A	
Taylor, Alan N. C	
Todd, Lome Hudson-
Turner, George	
Vandrishe, Edmond	
Total	
Department
Public Works-
Highways	
Highways	
Forest Service-
Public Works...
Agriculture	
Public Works _
Public Works-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Public Works...
Public Works...
Highways	
Forest Service..
Highways	
Forest Service..
Public Works...
Public Works...
Public Works...
Highways	
Forest Service-
Highways	
Riverview	
Highways	
Public Works...
Highways-
Health Services-
Highways	
Education.....	
Forest Service-
Highways-
British Columbia Ferry Authority-
Highways	
Highways	
Amount
$4.54
23.95
440.95
9.18
8.21
7.47
38.47
48.97
12.84
766.76
229.01
8.05
1.26
381.32
29.89
75.38
20.46
2.11
1.22
43.88
39.45
5.09
19.51
121.17
310.03
1.09
4.36
77.86
21.26
1.43
9.63
26.33
304.26
13.76
2,980.83
$6,089.98
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66
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 S 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART IL—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, May 1, 1947, to March 31, 1966,
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	
1949/50	
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_
1962/63..
Non-active	
1963/64-
Non-active—
1964/65_
Non-active	
1965/66- _
Non-active	
1,563
2,346
1,886
1,701
1,878
2,200
57
2,386
34
2,331
98
2,826
72
2,773
164
3,154
114
3,040
71
3,085
135
3,652
109
3,845
126
3,737
131
2,989
82
12
78
66
70
125
156
16
150
14
102
26
145
13
202
24
281
9
267
14
284
32
359
27
374
18
399
30
315
15
87
350
637
306
256
238
316
332
416
442
360
393
450
400
383
431
j
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f
13
17
10
28
21
30
26
34
52
48
67
68
81
59
74
7
22
14
15
19
16
18
18
19
23
20
11
18
13
18
35
36
1
5
1
1
8
4
7
3
6
10
6
13
7
43
79
94
113
128
141
158
176
191
207
211
226
233
241
270
293
Non-active—out of service less than three years.
Schedule No. 2.
Those out of service more than three years listed on
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1965/66
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
S 23
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1956, to March 31, 1966—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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Death	
....
1
2
—
-
15
1
-
9
5
7
87
1
48
1
Totals 	
- 1    1
2
.... | ....
15
-
-
-
1
-
....
9
5
7
88
| 49
1957/58—
Normal retirement
Death „
3 1 ....
- | ....
3
-
12
1
1       1
77 | 77 17.7
1
-
12
5
10
86
1
—
60
2
Totals	
3 | ....
3
....
13
.... |.... |....
11 -
12
5
10
87
-
62
1958/59—
Normal retirement
Death	
3
1
3
....
-
14
2
5
-
2
1
15
-
6
....
13
81
1
—
72
3
Totals	
3 |    1
3
.... | ....
16
-. |.... |....
5  1 -
3
15
6
13
82
_. | 75
1959/60—
Normal retirement
Death
3
1
11 -
1
2 11
16
1
i
-
1
2
17
7
....
13
....
80
1
2
--
86
4
Totals	
3
11 -
.... |    2
17
i
-
-.
1  | ....
2
17
7
13
81
2 | 90
1960/61—
Normal retirement
Death-
2
1
--
--
--
9
i
_
-
-
1
4 | -
_. | ....
2
18
8
13
76
1
2
93
4
Totals 	
2|    1
.-
_|_
9
i l-l-
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 1109
1962/63—
Normal retirement
Death.	
3
-
1
....
-
1
8
i
	
....
4
-
1
20
8
14
71
1
8
8
112
4
Totals	
3
1
- 1    1
8
i
-
-
4
-
1
20
8
14
72
16
116
1963/64—
Normal retirement
Death
3
-
—
1
.... |    1
_. | ....
14
3
1
-
-
5
1
20
7
14
-
66
1
9
125
4
Totals	
3
....
.... |    1
14
3
1
-
5
-
1
20
v
14
67
9
109
1964/65—
Normal retirement.
Death       ..   ..
1
4
-
2
-
1
.... |    4
-1-
26
-
1
2
_
2
1
1
20
9
....
16
64
1
12
150
4
Totals	
1 |   4
2
- 1   4
26
1
2
-
2
1
1
20
»
16
65
12 |154
1965/66—
Normal and def.
Death	
5
4
4
6
18
1
1
l
3  1 ....
7
24
12
19
61
1
18
....
161
4
Totals	
5
4
4
—
6
18
1
1
1
3
-
7
24
12
19
62
18
165
 S 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART IL—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1965, to March 31, 1966
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Adsett, Wiilaim Henry	
Angus, Dr. Henry Forbes
Buchanan, John Stewart	
Cowen, Henry Franklin	
Davidson, Harley Roy..
DeVito, Carl 	
Gibbon, Douglas..
Graham, George William.-
Grummett, George	
Haines, Roy Andrew	
Hamilton, William McKay-
Harrison, John Thomas 	
Henderson, John Ogilvie Hood-
Hicks, John Beaumont Wayte	
Jackson, William Clark	
Layer, Godfried Otto	
Loyko, Michael	
Luyat, Jonas Arthur	
Morris, Herbert William	
Munro, John Alexander	
Mackinder, Fred	
McLean, Harold	
Parfitt, Mrs. Winifred-
Penner, Jacob	
Pryhitko, Harry	
Roche, James	
Ross, John Smith	
Russell, John Telfor	
Segalerba, Louis Philip-
Sissons, John Hooton	
Smith, Harry Claude	
Strachan, James   	
Stubenvoll, Ernest	
Tanner, Francis Atlin	
Vidal, Charles William-
Wiren, Wiljo Waine	
Zatko, John - —
Highways	
Public Utilities Commission-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways-
Highways..
Highways_
Highways-
Highways-
Highways..
Highways-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Attorney-General	
Recreation and Conservation-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Aug.
June
Aug.
Apr.
Sept.
Dec.
June
Sept.
Mar.
Apr.
Oct.
Dec.
May
Dec.
Nov.
Jan.
Apr.
June
Aug.
Nov.
Nov.
July
June
Apr.
Dec.
Mar.
Aug.
Sept.
Feb.
Mar.
Nov.
Nov.
June
Jan.
Nov.
Oct.
Feb.
1, 1965
16, 1965
1, 1965
7, 1965
1, 1965
1, 1965
1,1965
1, 1965
1, 1966
1, 1965
1, 1965
1, 1964
1, 1965
1, 1965
1, 1965
1, 1966
1, 1965
1, 1965
21, 1965
1, 1965
1, 1965
9, 1965
1, 1965
1, 1965
1, 1965
6, 1966
1, 1965
17, 1965
1, 1966
1, 1966
1, 1965
1, 1965
1, 1965
1, 1966
1, 1965
1, 1965
16, 1966
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.=Normal retirement (36).
D.=Death in service (0).
Def.=Deferred allowance (1).
Dis.=Disability (0).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
S 25
Death Benefit Payments Made during the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1966
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Pettigrew William .
Shilland, James Murray-
Taylor, Mose 	
Taylor, John	
Varney, Edward	
Wilkie, William	
Sullivan, Albert-
Stewart, William Alexander..
Edwardson, Herbert W	
Cody, Leo John	
Whitaker, Hector C	
Pennington, Mary	
Oland, Conrad F	
Macdougall, Douglas	
Allen, Robert Emmett	
Ertel, Louis	
Stewart, William Edgar-
Stewart, Norman C	
Bamford, Arthur R.	
Ozero, Anthony	
Frost, William D 	
Roberts, Herbert .
Henning, Walter Gibson-
McManus, Miss Mildred..
Paterson, Gilzean W	
Eldridge, John	
Ferguson, Robina..
Walls, Mrs. Edith M	
Pullinger, Stephen	
d'Easum, Leonard C. G.~
Hayne, Clifford Barr	
Chisholm, Dr. Hugh G	
Penzer, Miss Jessie W	
Pollard, Frederick E	
Westman, Mrs. Annie G.Williams, Cymryd .
McLennan, James Edmund..
Monckton, Philip M	
Paterson, Francis	
Shuttleworth, Charles E.Williams, David Lloyd	
Kirby, James E	
Whitehead, Marie E	
Simmons, Thomas A.	
Wilson, Robert	
Irvine, Robert	
Baker, Dudley Watkins..
Grant, Alexander	
Gow, Robert	
Anderson, Justin F	
Nickerson, Francis G	
Pickford, Arthur E	
McKean, Samuel..
Stoodley, George Ernest..
Kennelly, Thomas	
Munro, William.
Moore, Samuel Alfred-
Abel, Henry W. R	
Cookson, Thomas	
Dunn, Norman L	
Wood, Peter	
Hayward, Harold B	
Llewellyn, Wilfred L.St. Clair, Robert C	
Martin, Arthur E. C~
Bankes, Stanley F —
Turnbull, William T.Ridley, James	
February 27, 1965..
March 8,1965	
March 18, 1965.	
March 28, 1965.	
March 31, 1965.	
April 4, 1965	
April 25, 1965	
April 29, 1965	
April 30, 1965	
May 3, 1965	
May 3, 1965	
May 16, 1965	
May 29, 1965	
May 30, 1965	
May 31, 1965	
June 12, 1965	
June 13, 1965	
June 19, 1965	
June 20, 1965	
June 26, 1965	
June 27, 1965	
July 1, 1965	
July 6, 1965	
July 11, 1965	
July 15, 1965 	
July 21, 1965	
July 24, 1965-
July 26, 1965-
August 6, 1965	
August 7, 1965	
August 9, 1965	
August 15, 1965	
August 26, 1965	
September 4, 1965-.
September 10, 1965..
September 26, 1965-
October 2, 1965	
October 4, 1965	
October 4, 1965	
October 10, 1965	
October 12, 1965	
October 15, 1965	
October 19, 1965	
October 20, 1965	
October 21, 1965.	
November 3, 1965—
November 8, 1965	
November 9, 1965	
November 17, 1965-
November 22, 1965-
November 24, 1965-
November 24, 1965..
November 26, 1965..
November 28, 1965„
November 30, 1965-
December 3, 1965.....
December 8, 1965 —
December 16, 1965...
December 21, 1965...
December 23,1965...
December 23, 1965-
January 6,1966	
January 7, 1966	
January 12, 1966	
January 12, 1966	
January 16,1966	
January 18, 1966	
January 21,1966	
$500,
600.
600.
500.
500.
500.
500,
1,000,
500,
1,000.
500.
500.
500,
500
500
500
500
500
500
600
500
500,
500
500
700
500
500
500
500
800
500
500
700,
500.
500,
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
500
500
700
500
500,
500,
500,
500,
500.
500,
500
500
500
500
500,
500
500
500,
500,
500.
500,
00
00
00
00
00
.00
,00
00
00
00
00
00
.00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
.00
00
00
00
00
00
.00
00
00
00
00
00
,00
.00
00
00
.00
00
.00
,00
.00
,00
,00
.00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
.00
00
.00
,00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
 S 26 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND—Continued
Death Benefit Payments Made during the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1966—Continued
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Smith, Edward..
McTaggart, Charles R._
Franson, George G.	
Leslie, Henry	
Simpson, Sidney S	
Sawtell, William	
Bradley, Percy..
Burrough, Harold J.Hardy, George A	
January 22, 1966....
February 2, 1966—
February 6, 1966—
February 21, 1966_
February 25, 1966..
March 5, 1966	
March 12, 1966	
March 15, 1966	
March 27, 1966	
$500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
500.00
Total of 77 death benefit payments..
$43,200.00
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia,
1967
330-167-1289
  

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