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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Twenty-seventh Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
MUNICIPAL
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 Municipal Superannuation Act during the fiscal year ended March 31,
1966.
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 Municipal Superannuation Act during the fiscal year ended March
31, 1966.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. H. FORREST,
Commissioner of Municipal Superannuation.
December 29,1966. :]
 Municipal Superannuation Report, 1965/66
Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the Municipal Superannuation Act during the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1966
Section 3 (1).—The Act applied to the following employers under the provisions of clause (b), (c), (d), (/), or (i) of this subsection, effective from the date
shown:—
Employer Effective Date
Cranbrook and District Hospital Society March 1, 1964
District of Port Alice August 1, 1965
District of Gold River	
School District No. 84 (Vancouver Island West).
District of Hudson's Hope	
Village of Houston
B.C. Cancer Foundation, Vancouver
Sunny Hill Hospital, Vancouver
 August 26, 1965
..-September 1, 1965
.November 16, 1965
January 1, 1966
January 1, 1966
.January 1, 1966
School District No. 86 (Creston-Kaslo) (formerly School
District No. 5 (Creston) and School District No. 6
(Kootenay Lake)  January 1, 1966
Village of 100 Mile House     February 15, 1966
As at March 31, 1966, there were 291 active employer accounts in the Fund.
Section 5.—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 statement of revenue
and expenditure and the balance-sheet appended.
Section 6.—Basic employee 5-per-cent contributions amounted to $5,313,502,
and employee voluntary and special agreement contributions amounted to $874,833.
As at March 31, 1966, there were 21,701 active contributors.
Section 8.—(1) Employer contributions amounted to $5,180,963 in respect
of current service and $1,525,691 in respect of past service. An amount of $1,702
was refunded to sundry employers to adjust contributions made in error.
(2) Extra employer contributions totalling $2,239.69, being one-half of 1 per
cent of salaries for Victoria firemen, were made under clause (1) of a special agreement with this employer. In accordance with the provisions of individual special
agreements with 54 employers under the Act, a total of $299,948 was paid out in
supplementing superannuation allowance payments. Of this amount, $156,044 was
reimbursed to the Fund by the 54 employers and $143,904 was paid from the
Reserve Account, derived from interest earnings of the Fund in excess of 4 per cent,
as authorized by section 10 (6) and Order in Council No. 1502, approved on June
7, 1962.
Section 10.—(1) The Minister of Finance paid $65,000 into the Fund, which
payment was in lieu of interest on the certificates of loan under the former Act.
(2) and (3) The net rate of interest earned during the year, after charging
administration expenses, was 5.1191 per cent. After distributing interest for the
year to the Basic Account at the guaranteed rate of 4 per cent, amounting to
$3,415,494, and to the Retirement Annuity Account at the net earned rate of
5.1191 per cent, amounting to $971,269, the excess net interest earned during the
year, amounting to $1,030,881, was transferred to the Reserve Account.
 Q 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
On the recommendation of the Fund actuary, retroactive calculations were
made for the seven-year period April, 1958, to March, 1965, inclusive, to provide
the Retirement Annuity Account with interest at the net earned rate each year,
instead of at the guaranteed rate of 4 per cent. Accordingly, an adjusting entry
was made debiting the Reserve Account with $955,399, and crediting the Basic
Account with $350,200 and the Retirement Annuity Account with $605,199.
These entries, plus charges amounting to $143,904, pursuant to special agreements supplementing allowances, result in the Reserve Account showing a credit
balance of $2,415,313 as at March 31, 1966.
Section 13.—Superannuation allowances were granted to 179 contributors who
attained retirement age. For analysis, see schedules of comparative statistics
appended.
Section 16.—Superannuation allowances were granted to four contributors
under the total and permanent disability provisions.
Section 17.—Superannuation allowances were granted to the dependent in the
case of 21 contributors who died while still in service. Refunds totalling $48,018
were made in the case of 35 contributors who died while still in service.
Section 18.—Refunds totalling $1,581,063 were made in the case of 2,520
contributors who left the service of their employers, and $1,321 was refunded to
sundry employees to adjust contributions made in error.
Section 22.—Actuarial and administration expenses paid from the Fund
amounted to $84,333. The total administration expenses of the Superannuation
Branch are distributed among the various funds administered on the basis of contributors and pensioners. A comparison of the annual unit cost per contributor and
pensioner for the last six years is as follows:—
1960/61  $2.77 1963/64  $2.87
1961/62     2.72 1964/65     2.96
1962/63     2.73 1965/66     3.08
Section 27.—The securities held by the trustees on March 31, 1966, are set
out in Schedule No. 2 of this Report. During the year $15,999,000 par value bonds
were purchased, the average yield being 5.47 per cent, and $2,608,050 par value
bonds were redeemed, resulting in a net increase of $13,390,950 par value bonds
held by the trustees between April 1, 1965, and March 31, 1966. The prices paid
for securities bought or sold are determined by market conditions at the time of
transfer. Every effort is made to invest the funds as soon as they become available
at the maximum yield possible at the time of purchase.
LEGISLATION
The Municipal 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
Municipal Superannuation Act were reduced by approximately the amount
required to be paid under the Canada Pension Plan. Accordingly, from
April 1, 1966, the total contributions by both employer and employee to
the Municipal Superannuation Fund and the Canada Pension Plan will be
approximately equal to the total contributions formerly made to the
Municipal Superannuation Fund alone.
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1965/66 Q 7
(b) Benefits.—The benefits accruing from service and contributions after April
1, 1966, from the Municipal 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 Municipal Superannuation Fund.
The legislation introduced a new minimum benefit formula of 2 per
cent of final earnings for each year of service when combined with the
Canada Pension Plan. The 2-per-cent rate applies to earnings up to the
Canada Pension Plan ceiling and a reduced rate of lVs per cent applies
on earnings above that ceiling. A similar adjustment applies in respect
of service prior to an employee coming within the scope of this Act. The
final earnings used in the formula is the average over a 10-year period
during which he received his largest salary.
(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 earnings
of the Fund in excess of 4 per cent per annum.
(d) Death and Disability Benefits.—A new formula was introduced relating
the amount of death and disability benefits to the anticipated pension
which the employee would have received if he had remained in service
until his minimum retirement age. The largest improvement applies for
younger employees, but the protection of every employee was increased
by the amendment.
(e) Portability and Vesting.—The vesting requirement was reduced from 20
to 10 years of service, and where employees are covered by reciprocal
arrangements, even the 10-year minimum-service requirement does not
apply.
(/) 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.
(g) 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,
Commissioner of Municipal Superannuation.
 Q 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1966
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Municipal Superannuation Act—
Employees, section 6—
Basic 5-per-cent contributions  $5,313,502.19
Voluntary and special agreement contributions       874,833.50
Employers, section 8—
In respect of current service (Schedule No. 1)   $5,180,963.20
In respect of past service (Schedule No. 1)   1,525,690.80
Special agreement bonus contributions  2,239.69
Special agreement supplementary pension payments (as
per contra)   156,043.76
$6,188,335.69
6,864,937.45
Minister of Finance, section 10 (1)  65,000.00
Interest on investments and bank interest      5,501,978.12
$18,620,251.26
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from Basic Account  $2,712,395.83
Special agreement supplementary allowance payments—
Paid by former employers (as per contra)     $156,043.76
Paid from Fund Reserve Account        143,904.27
       299,948.03
Refunds—
Resignation, etc., section 18  $1,581,062.58
Death in service, section 17  48,017.53
Miscellaneous employee   1,320.81
Miscellaneous employer  1,702.47
$3,012,343.86
1,632,103.39
Actuarial and administration expenses         84,333.08
4,728,780.33
Net increase of ledger assets  $13,891,470.93
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 Q 9
MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION FUND
Balance-sheet as at March 31, 1966
Assets
Cash in bank II I  $26,546.41
Accounts receivable—current contributions, etc., due from municipalities, hospitals, school districts, etc          1,436,862.66
Investments at cost or par—net after amortization of premiums and discounts
(see Schedule No. 2) (par value, $115,536,350)      112,756,069.13
Accrued interest on investments        1,342,578.57
$115,562,056.77
Liabilities
Municipal Superannuation Fund Basic Account  $93,154,812.18
Employees' Retirement Annuity Account  19,907,321.38
Victoria Agreement Bonus Account for Policemen  8,353.02
Reserve Account  2,415,312.98
Accounts payable  76,257.21
$115,562,056.77
Approved.
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation  Commissioner.
G. S. SOUTAR,
Accountant.
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S CERTIFICATE
The accounts of the Municipal Superannuation Fund for the year ended March 31, 1966,
have been examined under my direction.
Subject to the actuarial sufficiency of the Fund and the adequacy of the prescribed tables,
the above balance-sheet is, in my opinion, properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct
statement of the affairs of the Fund, according to the best of my information and the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Fund.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., December 28,1966.
 Q 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 1
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1966
Employer
Total
Contributory
Salaries,
1965/66
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
Alberni	
Armstrong.
Chilliwack-
Courtenay-
Cities (33)
Courtenay Volunteer Firemen-
Cranbrook	
Dawson Creek	
Duncan	
Enderby	
Fernie	
Grand Forks-
Greenwood	
Kamloops	
Kelowna	
Kimberley	
Langley„
Nanaimo	
Nelson (includes Nelson Civic Centre)-
New Westminster	
North Vancouver	
Penticton	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam..
Port Moody	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert.	
Revelstoke	
Rossland	
Trail	
Vancouver.-
Vernon	
Victoria (includes Victoria Arena) _
White Rock	
Sub-totals of 33 active city accounts	
Districts (36)
Burnaby	
Campbell River-
Central Saanich..
Chilliwhack	
Coldstream	
Coquitlam	
Delta	
Esquimalt	
Fraser Mills-
Gold River (effective August 26,1965)	
Hudson's Hope (effective November 16,1965)-
Kent	
Kitimat	
Langley	
Maple Ridge_
Matsqui _
Mission	
North Cowichan	
North Saanich	
North Vancouver-
Oak Bay-
Peachland	
Pitt Meadows	
Port Alice (effective August, 1965)..
Powell River	
Richmond	
Saanich 	
$79.
7.
79.
66.
18.
298
263.
77,
14,
75,
49,
9.
363,
726,
195,
30,
492,
559.
2,114,
961,
583,
321,
157,
173,
283,
472,
177,
114,
422,
26,223,
359,
3,824,
83,
,947.26
,681.23
,996.44
,309.25
,080.00
,969.20
.916.42
,488.61
,780.00
,518.07
,059.76
.308.80
169.73
915.13
743.83
908.95
858.55
.924.81
823.23
627.83
.146.03
080.64
554.98
,387.55
423.43
093.03
190.04
573.28
346.09
664.42
185.93
390.60
920.81
$4,256.95
363.50
3,881.79
3,317.07
952.00
15,263.53
12,240.50
4,172.02
591.20
3,724.19
2,805.25
531.70
19,097.92
35,990.64
9,827.47
1,299.34
26,704.73
29,062.45
123,238.37
51,973.91
27,660.82
17,220.07
7,836.20
8,646.26
13,839.48
24,878.65
10,502.78
6,351.96
24,462.91
1,508,476.14
19,678.45
228,692.28
4,768.65
$39,682,983.93    |    $2,252,309.18
$4,047,207.71
104,752.41
60,987.23
66,717.99
27,045.30
166,565.95
337,853.97
27,465.52
292,270.46
232,503.96
159,585.81
238,760.07
117,438.95
126,737.96
2,252.40
1,521,488.74
606,433.97
19,914.04
4,393.00
395,004.74
1,191,158.27
1,640,713.04
$205,188.25
5,582.52
3,584.20
3,554.13
1,028.63
7,893.02
17,526.98
1,652.85
13,239.88
12,752.85
8,174.17
13,557.10
7,537.01
7,056.76
90.10
74,402.88
37,155.12
864.91
175.72
20,970.95
60,548.67
92,664.15
$1,347.00
413.04
72.00
590.04
591.96
50.04
6,555.00
6,909.96
8,026.08
53,620.08
16,782.00
263.04
4,515.96
1,104.00
341.04
577007.84
1,787.04
1,631.04
633,129.00
2,874.00
119,732.23
$865,342.39
$15,213.96
176.64
1,251.00
886.04
2,238.96
302.04
834.00
147.96
69.00
219.96
3,048.96
7,590.00
191.47
1,628.04
854.04
8,083.92
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 Q 11
SCHEDULE No. 1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1966—Continued
Total
Contributory
Salaries,
1965/66
Employer Contributions
Employer
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
Districts—Continued
$57,982.24
8,265.00
53,508.33
82,118.98
131,505.54
1,800,394.20
283,704.96
97,386.02
1,200,468.23
$3,025.69
303.15
2,446.27
3,953.12
7,075.07
96,565.90
20,131.65
5,025.56
62,720.18
$327.%
2,895.00
5,762.04
13,304.04
7,286.04
Sub-totals of 32 active district accounts	
$15,102,584.99
$796,447.44
$72,310.47
Towns (10)
$35,411.81
44,970.93
87,406.38
43,277.50
20,420.00
20,307.60
74,811.00
160,330.68
88,483.38
52,892.50
$1,473.95
1,784.09
4,592.50
2,321.27
887.80
996.89
4,463.08
8,075.24
4,548.87
2,457.67
Fort ft. John
$135.96
206.04
746.04
152.04
24.00
$628,311.78
$31,601.36
$1,264.08
Villages (57)
$26,462.32
5,250.00
13,725.00
11,975.00
15,789.80
4,980.00
6,420.00
4,875.00
27,656.75
4,447.25
$1,202.14
276.00
495.75
678.00
868.59
199.20
256.80
195.00
1,387.96
177.90
16,994.49
11,075.00
14,787.73
873.93
886.00
608.68
$426.96
1,200.00
18,045.32
3,885.00
29,780.30
35,252.90
10,333.44
13,657.50
9,740.00
12,638.00
48.00
721.80
Invermere.	
	
155.40
1,663.26
2,311.00
632.36
698.22
"486.40
505.52
480.00
Montrose                     	
15,402.25
7,927.04
5,569.74
23,621.97
750.00
9,066.00
14,750.45
9,075.00
1,031.66
278.40
445.59
1,314.42
30.00
571.98
918.04
Natal	
New Denver    _	
Oliver..
33.96
100 Mile House (effective February 15, 1966) 	
Osoyoos	
Parksville           __ .
Pemberton         	
Pouce Coupe	
316.50
 Q 12 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1966—Continued
Employer
Total
Contributory
Salaries,
1965/66
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
Princeton..
Villages—Continued
Qualicum Beach-
Salmo	
Salmon Arm..
Sechelt	
Sidney	
Silverton	
Slocan	
Smithers	
Sparwood	
Stewart	
Taylor	
Telkwa	
Tofino	
Ucluelet	
$29,946.51
14,696.54
9,900.00
38,628.28
4,487.50
22,598.08
43,170.00
5,100.00
Valemount—.
Vanderhoof-
Warfield	
Zeballos	
4,050.00
7,975.00
14,540.00
Sub-totals of 41 active village accounts..
Miscellaneous Employers (24)
B.C. Hospitals Association	
Burnaby Public Library~
$580,225.16
Central Okanagan Regional Planning Board-
Civic Properties Commission (Chilliwack) —
Cultus Lake Parks Board-
Esquimalt Municipal Sports Centre	
Family and Children's Service (Victoria) -
Greater Nanaimo Water District	
Greater Vancouver Water District-
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage Board-
Greater Victoria Water District-
Hospital Employees' Union, Local 180_
Keremeos Irrigation District-
Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board-
Magistrates (B.C. Government stipend)_
Nelson Civic Centre (included with Nelson City).
Nelson Municipal Library-
North Shore Union Board of Health	
Queensborough Bridge Toll Authority	
Southern Okanagan Regional Planning Board..
Trail-Tadanac Parks Commission	
University Endowment Lands-
Vancouver Housing Authority	
Vancouver Island Regional Library	
Vancouver Public Aquarium Association	
Vancouver Public Library (previously included with City
of Vancouver).
Victoria Memorial Arena (included with City of Victoria) -
Sub-totals of 24 active miscellaneous accounts	
$20,348.70
68,133.94
10,699.96
2,550.00
5,820.00
17,451.60
189,607.73
45,471.24
1,730,748.50
158,345.67
38,030.00
5,472.00
49,405.00
82,625.02
3,825.00
220,548.40
37,119.89
12,307.40
64,340.64
148,007.98
45,876.90
76,111.26
49,093.50
1,109,598.57
$4,191,538.90
Hospitals by Name (93)
Armstrong and Spallumcheen—Armstrong-
Arrow Lakes—Nakusp..
Bella Coola General—Bella Coola..
Boundary—Grand Forks...
B.C.   Cancer Foundation-
1, 1966)	
-Vancouver   (effective January
Bulkley Valley District—Smithers..
Burnaby General—Burnaby	
Burns Lake—Burns Lake-
Campbell River and District General—Campbell River_
$30,984.00
44,612.76
94,979.50
121,747.15
119,663.49
964,316.19
90,956.81
164,919.19
$1,508.70
587.86
588.00
1,960.78
359.00
1,327.85
2,226.20
242.25
162.00
491.00
548.75
$30,236.89
$704.05
2,967.61
427.96
102.00
465.60
761.13
9,155.78
3,162.92
92,347.81
7,545.66
2,500.52
255.36
2,046.47
4,174.18
T91.25
10,086.81
2,361.67
492.32
3,498.30
9,371.54
3,102.93
2,776.25
2,412.57
37,356.57
$198,267.26
$1,306.66
1,415.23
3,173.72
4,975.14
3,792.06
34,149.26
3,103.97
5,863.50
243.00
$1,183.92
$547.00
3,627.96
16,261.08
732.96
747.96
404.04
2,913.00
$25,234.00
$715.92
336.00
308.04
753.96
669.96
8,346.96
694.92
1,428.96
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 Q 13
SCHEDULE No.  1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1966—Continued
Employer
Total
Contributory
Salaries,
1965/66
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
Hospitals by Name—Continued
Cariboo Memorial—Williams Lake	
Castlegar and District General—Castlegar..
Chemainus General—Chemainus	
Children's Hospital—Vancouver... 	
Chilliwack General—Chilliwack	
Cranbrook   and  District  Hospital  Society — Cranbrook
(effective March 1, 1964)	
Creston Valley—Creston 	
Cumberland General—Cumberland	
Enderby and District Memorial—Enderby-
Esperanza General—Esperanza	
Fernie Memorial—Fernie	
Fort Nelson General—Fort Nelson..
Fraser Canyon—Hope~
G. F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre—Vancouver-
Golden and District General—Golden	
Gorge Road—Victoria-
Grace Hospital—Vancouver	
G. R. Baker Memorial—Quesnel-
Holy Family—Vancouver-
Kelowna General—Kelowna	
Kimberley and District General—Kimberley..
King's Daughters'—Duncan	
Kitimat General—Kitimat-
Kootenay Lake General—Nelson-
Lady Minto—Ashcroft..
Lady Minto—Gulf Islands	
Ladysmith and District General—Ladysmith-
Langley Memorial—Murrayville	
Lillooet District—Lillooet  	
Lions Gate—North Vancouver	
McBride and District—McBride..
Maple Ridge—Haney ~
Mater Misericordias—Rossland-
Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford General—Abbotsford-
Michel—Michel _ 	
Mills Memorial—Terrace	
Mission Memorial—Mission City-
Mount St. Joseph's—Vancouver..
Nanaimo Regional General—Nanaimo-
Nicola Valley General—Merritt	
Ocean Falls General—Ocean Falls	
Omineca Hospital Society—Vanderhoof-
Peace Arch District—White Rock	
Penticton—Penticton.- 	
Pouce Coupe Community—Pouce Coupe-
Powell River General—Powell River	
Prince George and District—Prince George-
Prince Rupert General—Prince Rupert	
Princeton General—Princeton	
Providence—Fort St. John	
Queen Alexandra Solarium—Victoria-
Queen Charlotte Islands General—Queen Charlotte City-
Queen Victoria—Revelstoke	
Rest Haven—Sidney-
Richmond General—Richmond	
Royal Columbian—New Westminster-
Royal Inland—Kamloops	
Royal Jubilee—Victoria..
R. W. Large Memorial—Bella Bella-
St. Eugene—Cranbrook	
St. George's—Alert Bay	
St. Joseph's—Comox..
St. Joseph's—Dawson Creek..
$152,035.63
91,312.87
28,435.13
357,379.59
458,777.79
21,150.00
63,892.81
94,284.89
42,604.38
17,975.50
99,002.48
1,412.31
109,728.63
272,784.68
43,376.36
201,913.19
413,629.81
197,357.20
56,981.75
673,609.40
125,759.52
392,757.21
224,782.21
340,794.35
27,716.41
41,443.63
53,055.87
228,237.73
29,146.35
1,116,971.01
7,114.00
213,902.05
58,090.00
223,566.92
35,063.20
98,679.05
149,143.09
192,949.03
644,352.98
38,675.00
33,240.49
97,146.10
168,397.82
424,799.20
31,656.10
339,177.83
469,320.77
261,461.25
39,448.18
148,334.70
148,745.10
26,857.50
87,018.60
99,475.70
35,689.05
2,144,804.81
696,794.60
2,461,223.07
44,932.56
176,475.76
67,626.57
152,725.52
188,233.29
$4,807.16
3,405.57
839.48
13,345.54
15,749.17
810.91
2,757.48
3,844.75
1,940.27
675.64
3,267.03
86.85
3,405.01
10,287.08
1,230.39
7,045.89
14,174.72
6,732.55
1,950.67
24,961.17
5,078.92
15,171.59
6,517.05
12,412.23
972.77
1,762.93
2,341.98
8,244.82
879.55
38,729.90
264.58
6,919.33
2,059.80
7,487.63
1,037.95
3,312.84
5,628.05
7,105.05
23,243.23
1,143.72
963.45
3,487.33
6,867.46
17,289.84
996.05
12,050.24
15,335.59
9,545.34
1,713.51
4,940.65
6,655.97
921.68
3,432.06
3,587.13
1,166.14
81,541.51
23,083.53
91,000.21
1,375.72
6,656.61
2,989.65
5,639.42
5,850.51
$483.96
331.08
198.00
11,913.96
8,439.96
1,662.00
2,079.00
1,218.00
1,299.00
1,494.96
122.04
3,894.00
181.08
1,477.08
8,636.04
1,139.04
606.00
11,187.96
4,313.04
9,317.04
7,757.04
1,476.96
1,308.00
2,798.04
4,276.92
24.00
17,517.00
66.00
1,635.96
2,118.96
1,761.96
273.00
201.80
2,148.96
4,239.12
8,594.04
819.00
121.08
500.88
2,448.00
7,633.92
205.08
6,870.96
2,987.04
4,884.96
1,088.04
141.96
2,433.00
117.96
1,451.04
1,712.04
63,243.00
9,195.96
23,469.58
387.00
3,297.12
2,023.08
3,300.00
2,121.00
 Q 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1966—Continued
Employer
Total
Contributory
Salaries,
1965/66
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
Hospitals by Name—Continued
St. Joseph's—Victoria	
St. Martin's—Oliver 	
St. Mary's—New Westminster..
St. Mary's—Sechelt	
St. Paul's—Vancouver	
St. Vincent's—Vancouver	
Shuswap Lake General—Salmon Arm..
Slocan Community—New Denver	
Squamish General—Squamish-
Summerland General—West Summerland..
SunnyHill—Vancouver (effective January 1,1966)-
Surrey Memorial—North Surrey	
Tofino General—Tofino	
Trail-Tadanac—Trail	
University Health Centre—Vancouver-
Vancouver General—Vancouver	
Vernon Jubilee—Vernon	
Victorian—Kaslo	
West Coast General—Port Alberni-
Windermere District—Invermere	
Wrinch Memorial—Hazelton	
Sub-totals of 92 active hospital accounts-
School Districts (58)
Agassiz (No. 76)	
Alberni (No. 70)	
Arrow Lakes (No. 10).
Barriere (No. 25)	
Burnaby (No. 41)..
Campbell River (No. 72)_
Castlegar (No. 9)	
Chilliwack (No. 33)	
Courtenay (No. 71)	
Cowichan (No. 65 )_
Creston-Kaslo (No. 86)  (effective January 1, 1966)  (formerly Creston No. 5 and Kootenay Lake No. 6)	
Delta (No. 37)	
Fernie (No. 1).
Fraser Canyon (No. 32)	
Grand Forks (No. 12)	
Greater Victoria (No. 61)-
Gulf Islands (No. 64)	
Howe Sound (No. 48)	
Kamloops (No. 24)	
Kelowna (No. 23). 	
Kimberley (No. 3)	
Kitimat (No. 80)	
Ladysmith (No. 67)	
Lillooet (No. 29)	
Merritt (No. 31)	
Mission (No. 75)	
Nanaimo (No. 68)	
Nelson (No. 7)-
New Westminster (No. 40)..
North Vancouver (No. 44) ~
Ocean Falls (No. 49)	
Penticton (No. 15) 	
Powell River (No. 47)	
Prince George (No. 57)	
Prince Rupert (No. 52)	
Princeton (No. 17)	
Qualicum (No. 69)	
Quesnel (No. 28)	
Revelstoke (No. 19)	
$1,735,183.24
$64,157.30
$32,284.08
91,211.41
3,160.25
961.92
460,502.98
14,013.31
4,373.04
48,631.86
2,064.98
181.92
2,271,552.09
81,423.41
53,316.00
476,243.55
16,277.56
8,947.92
184,197.36
8,100.95
3,031.92
19,930.50
942.79
610.08
45,287.82
1,312.22
1,299.00
70,702.72
2,441.27
1,524.00
13,623.34
599.79
382,247.42
12,261.18
2,391.00
30,488.94
1,107.66
179.04
469,920.95
17,517.35
11,763.00
7,869.00
196.77
7,795,004.68
283,493.39
52,129.92
344,207.15
13,529.94
9,732.00
11,302.00
494.94
252.96
316,712.63
12,487.27
9,064.92
37,300.94
1,069.94
20.04
94,067.67
3,720.41
1,668.96
$32,521,795.92
$1,176,873.07
$473,629.14
$25,204.33
$1,508.71
305,559.24
15,642.66
$3,163.92
56,051.15
2,958.61
29,725.05
1,961.34
582.00
1,056,574.66
55,859.64
2,295.00
105,515.77
6,228.86
143.04
118,778.60
5,532.02
 	
173,977.79
8,964.73
123.00
176,676.98
11,328.46
1,290.00
208,481.93
11,035.47
464.04
136,856.23
7,108.91
168.00
177,575.00
10,231.66
53,532.78
2,535.59
57.96
41,566.00
2,046.64
648.00
32,706.51
1,377.54
111.00
1,099,593.80
55,794.73
11,810.04
29,764.80
1,506.46
632.52
98,819.27
4,714.64
165.00
272,453.42
12,269.30
756.00
221,511.63
11,879.68
309.96
65,940.79
3,147.88
179.04
122,989.61
6,445.27
	
42,112.74
2,495.60
375.00
44,423.15
2,158.19
2,282.04
51,396.97
2,384.48
	
75,836.39
4,506.46
456,675.05
24,357.97
157,638.93
7,788.82
1,068.00
271,068.21
14,263.60
3,327.96
675,621.10
38,564.14
3,027.00
39,997.42
2,358.71
642.96
138,045.72
7,948.50
363.00
185,803.05
9,731.49
258.00
219,803.74
11,155.51
	
56,421.65
2,353.57
120.00
34,190.50
2,008.87
42,077.56
2,134.57
309.00
99,124.00
6,188.60
536.04
32,785.00
1,751.85
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 Q 15
SCHEDULE No. 1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1966—Continued
Employer
Total
Contributory
Salaries,
1965/66
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
School Districts—Continued
Richmond (No. 38) —
Saanich (No. 63)	
Salmon Arm (No. 20) „
Sechelt (No. 46)	
Slocan (No. 8)	
Smithers (No. 54)	
Sooke (No. 62)..
Southern Okanagan (No. 14)_
Summerland (No. 77)	
Terrace (No. 53)	
Trail (No. 11)	
University Hill-
Vancouver (No. 39) 	
Vancouver Island (North) (No. 85) .	
Vancouver Island (West)  (No. 84)  (effective September
1,1965)
Vanderhoof (No. 56)-
Vernon (No. 22) _
West Vancouver (No. 45)-
Williams Lake (No. 27)	
Sub-totals of 58 active school district accounts-
Totals of 290 active accounts .	
$558,043.36
101,029.67
145,814.20
50,929.06
24,390.00
68,922.00
112,654.00
99,498.50
26,696.58
65,486.00
236,679.49
27,657.85
3,861,487.74
28,131.00
6,375.00
62,084.44
181,518.60
288,334.96
133,240.85
$13,311,849.82
$106,019,290.50
$24,314.74
6,055.60
7,957.17
3,238.07
1,197.17
3,694.13
6,806.22
6,334.95
1,093.32
3,307.60
11,771.87
1,351.54
201,891.31
1,360.56
255.00
3,208.96
9,256.15
13,615.44
6,288.47
$695,228.00
$611.04
758.04
117.96
219.96
48,840.04
775.20
39.00
158.04
$86,726.80
$5,180,963.20
$1,525,690.80
 Q 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 2
Trustees of the Municipal Superannuation Fund and the Minister of
Finance for the Province of British Columbia
Securities Held as at March 31, 1966
Par Value Book Value
Province of British Columbia  $35,000.00            $34,973.74
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority
notes   1,725,000.00          1,725,000.00
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority 48,181,200.00       47,121,209.15
British Columbia Electric Company Limited 2,949,750.00         2,768,590.43
British Columbia Power Commission  5,910,000.00         5,812,449.48
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company  3,434,000.00         3,359,040.70
British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges
Authority   1,671,000.00          1,679,788.92
British Columbia school districts serials  33,641,000.00       32,462,956.37
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority   6,726,000.00          6,665,070.00
British Columbia municipal serials  2,249,000.00         2,160,523.20
British Columbia hospital improvement districts serials  1,511,000.00          1,506,112.10
British Columbia fire protection and waterworks districts serials  590,400.00            575,943.25
Hudson Hope Improvement District serial -  188,000.00             188,000.00
Vancouver and Districts Joint Sewerage and
Drainage Board  1,000.00                1,032.01
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage
District     3,009,000.00          2,984,524.00
Greater Vancouver Water District  855,000.00            830,800.82
Province of Manitoba   345,000.00            345,000.00
Province of Ontario guaranty—
Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 1,690,000.00          1,701,154.10
University of Toronto  825,000.00            833,900.86
$115,536,350.00    $112,756,069.13
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SCHEDULE No. 4
Municipal Superannuation Fund
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1956, to March 31, 1966, Subdivided
According to Sex of Contributor
Superannuation Allowances
Num
Contri
Jerof
butors
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Fiscal Year
Granted
during
Year
Deaths and
Expirations
InFo
Endo
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Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
1956/57—
Maximum retirement age 65
4,749
451
	
51
69
1,403
	
Maximum retirement age 60
1,861
1,886
50
662
25
18
13
10
1     486
206
1957/38—
Maximum retirement age 65
5,126
275
	
40
.
70
	
1,373
Maximum retirement age 60
1,917
2,150
44
534
23
10
16
6
493
210
1958/59—
Maximum retirement age 65
7,086
	
283
55
49
	
1   1,379
	
Maximum retirement age 60
2,093
2,770
21
561
18
11
10
9
501
212
1959/60—
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Maximum retirement age 65
7,673
	
376
55
	
62
	
1,372
Maximum retirement age 60
2,130
2,946
20
658
41
11
19
8
523
215
1960/61—
Maximum retirement age 65
8,995
	
385
	
100
72
	
1,400
	
Maximum retirement age 60
2,132
6,832
16
886
37
95
12
7
548
303
1961/62—
Maximum retirement age 65
9,348
	
463
	
116
74
	
1,442
Maximum retirement age 60
2,160
7,181
29
1,295
34
77
22
8
560
372
1962/63—
Maximum retirement age 65
9,443
'  	
514
	
113
	
72
1,482
	
Maximum retirement age 60
2,259
7,533
1      33
1,429
31
51
16
3
575
421
1963/64—
Maximum retirement age 65
9,695
6,669
531
1,170
131
29
77
	
1,535
29
Maximum retirement age 60
2,208
1,772
31
357
39
17
23
7
592
431
1964/65—
Maximum retirement age 65
9,912
6,717
645
1,487
142
34
79
1
1,598
62
Maximum retirement age 60
2,327
1,867
43
326
37
17
23          14
606
434
1985/66—
1
il
Maximum retirement age 65
10,173
6,934
719
1,465
107
41
78        __
1,609
104
Maximum retirement age 60
2,490
2,104
59
312
44
1
,ia
15    I      111
1
634
433
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 Q 19
SCHEDULE No. 5
Municipal Superannuation Fund
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1957, to March 31, 1966—Allowances Granted
and in Force, Subdivided by Type and Plan of Allowance
Granted during Year
Expired during Year
In Force at End of Year
Fiscal Year
&
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3
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1957/58—
2
7
2
1
59
~2
17
1
5
32
1
21
1
14
167
30
238
326
14
378
54
851
1
Ppath
17
Totals
9
2
i
61
23
33
22 |    14
435
340
432 |    869
1958/59—
3
9
7
2
1
56
~~6
9
1
4
17
2
19
1
13
~2
161
29
243
316
12
361
54
894
1
Death
21
Tntal^
12
7
3|    62
14
19
20 |    15
433
328
415
916
1959/60—
3
9
5
1
4
1
75
~~9
11
3
13
31
3
11
2
15
153
26
239
290
10
354
53
954
Disability
riMfli
1
30
Totals
12
6
5 |    84
27
34
13
15
418 | 300 i 407 |    985
1960/61—
56
Ts
21
1
9
1
119
~10
17
5
4
26
1
20
3
14
192
21
250
285
10
343
51
1,059
1
TVath
39
Totals
71
22
10 | 129
26
27
23 |    15
463 | 295
394 | 1,099
1961/62—
34
14
11
5
12
144
~7
13
10
24
21
4
32
213
21
254
272
15
334
47
1,171
1
P?a»b
46
Totals
48
16
12
151
23
24
25 |    32
488 | 287 | 381 11,218
1962/63—
23
13
8
3
11
131
6
11
2
11
26
1
21
3
15
1
225
19
256
254
1
324
1,287
17
44
1
Death
51
Totals
36
"
11
137
24
27
24 |    16
500 1 271 1 368 1 1,339
1963/64—
7!
23
14
10
150
~2
12
1
10
30
27
2
25
226 1 238
18 |   21
269 j _
307
42
1417
1
Tlpath
1      53
Totals
36
18
10
152
23
30
29 f   25
513 | 259 | 349 | 1,466
1964/65—
9
28
5
2
9
4
166
7
18
11
28
17
1
I   40
217 1 215
18 1    21
286 1    ....
|
299    1,538
45 1        1
Death
  1      60
Totals          	
37
7
13  1  173
29
30
18 |    40
521  | 236 | 344 11,599
1965/66—
1,1
16
11
2
10
2
1'47
5
11
1
17,
24
2
;    17       28
-Z.|~4
217
17
286
1
202 | 292
21 1    47
1,656
1
Dpath
61
Totals
27
13
12
18B
29
26
17
32
520  1 223  1 339
1,718
 Q 20                                                 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 6
Municipal Superannuation Fund
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31,
1966
Employer
Contributors
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
Class I
Class 11
Class III
Class IV
Cities (33)
15
1
	
2
4
2
1
4
2
9
2
2
1
1
~21
13
1
~~17
25
93
55
8
5
2
1
5
13
2
~~15
1,131
11
207
18
1
23
161*
22
641*
561*
17
7
16
1.1
2
92
169
39
8
1061*
13H*
463
2331*
1301*
71
39
34
60
1001*
331*
24
1091*
5,47716*
87
9254*
17
Chilliwack  .     	
Courtenay (regular)	
15      |      	
121* ,J      	
1          22 '
43      |            8      |           41*
4IU* |          12      |            3
13      1                                ?.
3                   1i             1
15
10
2
47
116
28
6
641*
761*
182
1216
241*
58
30
211
40
67
311*
17
79
2.341612*
10                14
!           2,2                   1R
	
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6    :        4    i
!•           2
9
14
""is
7
I*  I   —
16      ]	
129       1           59
311*
70
1
1
8
7
16
7
111*
1.4153*
21
13
6
4
8
41*
4
5851*
5
Trail
66      1             5
3843* |:       205               1291*
13                      1                      3
White HocV
Sub-totals of 33 active city ac-
3,99121*
2,0205* I       8974*
45
1,647
8,60030*
Districts (36)
5031*
H5
5
7
7
20
42
6
29
41     i
28
34
18
20
1     ■
202     i
611*
3
1     '
513     i
1211*
"~~4
~10
21
71
3
2
9
7
3
	
40
1
3
1
4
1
1
5
1
il     i
2
17
20
S
7352*
18
12
19
8
37
70
~7
44
54
34
54
24
27
1
294
1221*
4
1
81
De]ta
Gold River
......
Kent
|
	
7                  7
11
4
8
5
Matsqui -        	
5      1
 i            I	
45      1                                 30
<">aV Bay
32                  9
	
13
1
10
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1965/66 Q 21
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31, 1966—
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Class I       Class II      Class III     Class IV
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
Districts—Continued
Richmond-
Saanich	
Salmon Arm	
Spallumcheen..
Squamish	
Sumas	
Summerland..
Surrey	
Tadanac	
Terrace	
West Vancouver-
Sub-totals of 32  active  district
accounts .	
Towns (10)
Castlegar (former village) —
Creston (former village)—
Fort St. John	
Hope-
Ladysmith..
Merritt	
Mission City	
North Kamloops-
Quesnel-
Williams Lake~
Sub-totals  of  10 active  district
accounts	
Villages (57)
Abbotsford-
Aennofield—
Alert Bay.	
Ashcroft	
Burns Lake	
Chapman Camp..
Chetwynd	
Clinton	
Comox	
Cumberland-
Fort St. James..
Fruitvale	
Gibsons Landing-
Golden	
Harrison Hot Springs-
Hazelton	
Houston	
Invermere	
Kaslo	
Keremeos	
Kinnaird	
Lake Cowichan..
Lillooet	
Lumby	
Lytton	
McBride 	
Marysville	
Masset	
Montrose	
Nakusp	
Natal	
1139
1871*
111
1
9
IS
213
308
11
12
1«4
34
75
34
35
2
1
1
4
18
38
4
18
39
2
21
1,9763*
5
7
12
11
6
.1
1:31*
24
15
10
1041*
4551*
289
1      I
15
i
2
1
3
24
11
20
35
200
215
3251*
14
2
12
20
31
389
60
18
223
2,9554*
17
11
7
5
151*
28
18
IB
12181*
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 Q 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31, 1966-
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Pensioners
Total
Class I
Class II
Class III
Class IV
tors and
Pensioners
Villages—Continued
1
'5
	
1
2     ,
1
	
1
1
1
2
5
100 Mile House          .    -
1      '
1
	
1
1
Parksville	
3     \      	
1 'j      	
5      1
a        —
2 |	
8     ,|      	
I             	
3 I	
9  !   —   :
,1,    |     ZZ    :
II ,     	
3
Pemberton
1
6
2
2
9
1
5
10
Taylor
1
1
1
2
Warfield
2
Sub-totals  of 411  active  village
1                )
105     i|                               111
4
120
Miscellaneous Employers (25)
British Columbia Hospital Association	
1                   j
1                    i
il                    1      	
4      1.                     ill
2
16
1
1
i
52
5
~~ 2
~ 1
5
1
1
4
:           ,16
Canadian Union of Public Employees	
Central   Okanagan   Regional   Planning
j
~7I      zz ;
4 ] I
in i]   	
i    7 I  -
J-    2582* ]      	
J                 1
25             	
5 :|.      	
i 1 zz ,
6           	
11
29
14
2
2
1
Civic Properties Commission (Chilliwack)
1
4
Family and Children's Service (Victoria)-
43
7
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drain-
3242*
32
Hospitals Employees' Union Local 180	
Keremeos Irrigation District	
Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board
Magistrates (B.C. Government stipend)—
5
1
10
6
1
fi     1      	
32
40
Queensborough Bridge Toll Authority	
Southern Okanagan Regional Planning
Tt
i
9
8
4|
6
3»
14
2
2
206
7
1
Trail-Tadanac Parks Commission	
13
219
11
Vancouver Island Regional Library	
Vancouver Public Aquarium Association-
Vancouver Public Library
20
8
240
Sub-totals of 24  active  miscel-
41«2*
14
302
18
72
8242*
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1965/66 Q 23
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31, 1966—
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Class I       Class II      Class III
Class IV
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
Hospitals by Name (93)
Armstrong and Spallumcheen—Armstrong.
Arrow Lakes—Nakusp	
Bella Coola General—Bella Coola	
Boundary—Grand Forks  	
B.C. Cancer Foundation—Vancouver	
Bulkley Valley District—Smithers	
Burnaby General—Burnaby	
Burns Lake—Burns Lake	
Campbell River  and District—Campbell
River .	
Cariboo Memorial—Williams Lake	
Castlegar and District General—Castlegar.
Chemainus General—Chemainus	
Children's Hospital—Vancouver	
Chilliwack General—Chillwack	
Cranbrook and District Hospital Society
—Cranbrook	
Creston Valley—Creston	
Cumberland General—Cumberland	
Enderby and District Memorial—Enderby.
Esperanza General—Esperanza	
Fernie Memorial—Fernie	
Fort Nelson General—Fort Nelson	
Fraser Canyon—Hope	
G.   F.   Strong   Rehabilitation   Centre—
Vancouver  	
Golden and District General—Golden	
Gorge Road—Victoria  	
Grace Hospital—Vancouver	
G. R. Baker Memorial—Quesnel  	
Holy Family—Vancouver	
Kelowna General—Kelowna	
Kimberley and District General—Kimberley.	
King's Daughters'—Duncan	
Kitimat General—Kitimat	
Kootenay Lake General—Nelson  ,
Lady Minto—Ashcroft	
Lady Minto—Ganges—.	
Ladysmith  and  District  General—Ladysmith	
Langley Memorial—Murrayville	
Lillooet District—Lillooet  	
Lions Gate—North Vancouver	
McBride and District—McBride	
Maple Ridge—Haney  	
Mater Misericordiae—Rossland	
Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford General—Abbotsford	
Michel—Michel	
Mills Memorial—Terrace	
Mission Memorial—Mission City	
Mount St. Joseph's—Vancouver	
Nanaimo Regional General—Nanaimo	
Nicola Valley General—Merritt	
Ocean Falls General—Ocean Falls	
Omineca Hospital Society—Vanderhoof-	
Peace Arch District—White Rock	
Penticton—Penticton	
Pouce Coupe Community—Pouce Coupe-
Powell River General—Powell River	
1
2
20
4
28
3
6
5
4
6
18
1
5
(5
2
2
3
19
1
8
7
7
2
31
4
13
9
16
3
10
1
50
4
2
6
1
2
6
10
34
3
5
9
17
1
9
12
14
1
69
37
218
2
23
1
37
32
	
23
1
8
	
7172*
10
107
8
1
8
3
19
1
9
1
3
T
22
2
24
31
4
9
	
47
	
105
9
411*
1
16
	
137
14
28
7
79
8
43
68
6
6
2
7
2
10
1
44
3
6
2501*
11
2
48
1
12
2
542*
1
7
26
33
401*
7
120
8
7
1
9
22
37
91
5
11
761*
8
1
113
17
89
41
248
27
43
37
28
8
932*
133
2
16
25
12
7
27
27
54
10
35
101
491*
18
182
39
100
52
90
8
10
14
58
7
3111*
2
52
16
612*
8
28
39
571*
162
11
9
27
46
113
12
931*
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 Q 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31, 1966-
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Class I       Class II      Class III
Class IV
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
Hospitals by Name—Continued
Prince George and District—Prince George
Prince Rupert General—Prince Rupert	
Princeton General—Princeton	
Providence—Fort St. John	
Queen Alexandra Solarium—Victoria	
Queen Charlotte Islands General—Queen
Charlotte City	
Queen Victoria—Revelstoke	
Rest Haven—Sidney	
Richmond General—Richmond	
Royal Columbian—New Westminster	
Royal Inland—Kamloops	
Royal Jubilee—Victoria	
R. W. Large Memorial—Bella Bella	
St. Eugene—Cranbrook	
St. George's—Alert Bay	
St. Joseph's—Comox	
St. Joseph's—Dawson Creek	
St. Joseph's—Victoria  	
St. Martin's—Oliver  	
St. Mary's—New Westminster	
St. Mary's—Sechelt	
St. Paul's—Vancouver	
St. Vincent's—Vancouver	
Shuswap Lake General—Salmon Arm	
Slocum Community—New Denver	
Squamish General—Squamish	
Summerland General—West Summerland-
Sunny Hill—Vancouver	
Surrey Memorial—North Surrey	
Tofino General—Tofino	
Trail-Tadanac—Trail	
University Health Centre—Vancouver	
Vancouver General—Vancouver.	
Vernon Jubilee—Vernon	
Victorian—Kaslo	
West Coast General—Port Alberni	
Windermere District—Invermere	
Wrinch Memorial—Hazelton	
Sub-totals of 92 active hospital
accounts	
School Districts (58)
Agassiz (No. 76)	
Alberni (No. 70)  	
Arrow Lakes (No. 10)	
Barriere (No. 25)	
Burnaby (No. 41)..
Campbell River (No. 72)..
Castlegar (No. 9) 	
Chilliwack (No. 33)	
Courtenay (No. 71)	
Cowichan (No. 65)	
Creston-Kaslo (No. 86) —
Delta (No. 37)	
Fernie (No. 1)_
Fraser Canyon (No. 32)—
Grand Forks (No. 12)	
Greater Victoria (No. 61 )_
Gulf Islands (No. 64)	
20
10
1
4
11
3
6
6
1093*
24
126
3
7
5
6
6
104
4
15
3
116
12
8
1
1
1
3
11
1
18
4542*
15
3
12
2
6
1,5465*
5
63
10
6
138
16
21
33
33
36
22
25
7
8
6
173
6
7
10
6
17
4
3
331*
2
1102*
681*
8
46
27
7
19
21
18
4601*
14U*
4862*
6
441*
14
38
53
3222*
21
121
11
4403*
116
33
6
8
18
11
911*
7
100
2
1,3893*
77
65
7
29
56
11
68
1
3
5
2
37
1
2
57
12
2
1
2
2
198
13
6,71225*
633
1
61
14
1
1
6
1
1
21
1322*
821*
10
50
39
7
22
29
24
6255*
1761*
6803*
9
521*
22
49
61
4632*
26
138
14
6133*
1401*
43
8
11
21
14
1021*
8
127
2
2,0417*
105
3
83
9
35
8,89135*
5
65
11
7
2132*
22
29
44
47
46
29
42
14
9
9
2271*
10
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1965/66 Q 25
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31, 1966—
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Class I
Class II      Class III     Class IV
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
School Districts—Continued
Howe Sound (No. 48) 	
Kamloops (No. 24)	
Kelowna (No. 23)	
Kimberley (No. 3)	
Kitimat (No. 80)	
Ladysmith (No. 67)	
Lillooet (No. 29)	
Merritt (No. 31)	
Mission (No. 75)	
Nanaimo (No. 68)	
Nelson (No. 7)..
New Westminster (No. 40)_
North Vancouver (No. 44) ~
Ocean Falls (No. 49)	
Penticton (No. 15)	
Powell River (No. 47)	
Prince George (No. 57)	
Prince Rupert (No. 52)	
Princeton (No. 17)	
Qualicum (No. 69)	
Quesnel (No. 28)	
Revelstoke (No. 19)	
Richmond (No. 38)	
Saanich (No. 63)	
Salmon Arm (No. 20)	
Sechelt (No. 46)	
Slocan (No. 8)	
Smithers (No. 54)	
Sooke (No. 62)..
Southern Okanagan (No. 14) -
Summerland (No. 77)	
Terrace (No. 53)	
Trail (No. 11)	
University Hill-
Vancouver No. 39)	
Vancouver Island North (No. 85 )_
Vancouver Island West (No. 84) „.
Vanderhoof (No. 56)	
Vernon (No. 22) _
West Vancouver (No. 45)..
Williams Lake (No. 27)	
16
46
44
10
19
7
6
10
13
61
30
41
101
7
25
25
41
9
7
7
15
8
66
18
29
9
3
14
19
20
4
10
42
5
516
3
2
14
37
37
27
Sub-totals of 58 active school district accounts	
2,033
4
19
4
4
2
3
31
9
11
41
10
10
4
1
1
5
1
48
6
—.
-
	
1
3
4
10
12
2
2
1
1
1
	
2
2
1
5
5
4
9
1
2201*
1
6
16
36
125
1
1
2
2
5904*
124
236
Totals of 290 active employer accounts	
10,17332*  2,4906*
2,10413*
6,93425*
2,800
20
70
48
14
19
11
11
12
16
95
43
62
154
8
37
36
46
12
20
9
116
26
37
14
3
16
24
26
8
10
56
6
8611*
5
2
21
55
75
34
2,9834*
24,50176*
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
Number of inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits, 76.
Number of non-active unclaimed moneys accounts as at March 31,1966,196.
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1967
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