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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Thirty-second Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
CIVIL SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
for the
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31
1967
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1968
  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 1966/67.
WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C., January 19, 1968.
 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 1966/67.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
January 18, 1968.
 Superannuation Report, 1966/67
Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the Civil Service
Superannuation Act during the Fiscal Year 1966/67
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 $4,627,713 was
received from employees, consisting of the following:—
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $4,051,649
Voluntary contributions        574,252
Repayment of moneys withdrawn  1,812
$4,627,713
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of $3,699,016
were received from the following sources:—
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $3,567,847
Reinstatement matching  1,812
Prior-service and reclassification requirements   644
2-per-cent formula requirements        593,469
Service-bonus requirements        144,451
Minimum-allowance requirements  5,243
$4,313,466
Less refund abatements     1,097,293
$3,216,173
British Columbia Ferry Authority .... ....     $244,978
Less refund abatements  25,392
  219,586
Alcoholism Foundation of British Columbia  3,307
British Columbia Medical Plan  12,834
Dyking districts  721
Employees' Association, GEMS, and Credit Unions  12,407
Liquor Control Board  212,607
University of British Columbia and University of Victoria  21,381
$3,699,016
As at March 31, 1967, there were 16,358 active contributors to the Fund, 2,929
of whom have made special voluntary contributions. There were 1,935 making
current voluntary contributions. The remaining 991 have voluntary credits but
have discontinued voluntary contributions.
5
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Section 13.—As at March 31, 1967, deposits with the Treasury at credit of
the Civil Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $109,173,657.
Section 14.—Interest in the amount of $4,895,891 was received from the Minister of Finance, calculated on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1 and October 1, 1966, and computed as follows:—
At the rate of 5 per cent per annum  $4,399,422
At the rate of 4 per cent per annum       496,469
$4,895,891
By regulation approved by Order in Council No. 3489/1966, effective from
April 1, 1966, the rate of interest to be credited from three years after the last contribution in respect of moneys left in the Fund for deferred pension purposes was
increased from 3 per cent per annum to 4 per cent per annum until the allowance
is granted.
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 155 retiring
employees under this subsection. For analysis see statements of comparative statistics appended.
Section 20.— (3) Eleven deferred superannuation allowances were granted
under this subsection.
Section 21.—Of the 155 allowances granted under section 18 (1), 44 retiring
employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under this section.
Section 22.—(1) Superannuation allowances were granted to dependents of
10 employees who died while in service, three of which were granted on the 2-percent formula.
Section 24.—Refunds totalling $68,000 were made to the widow or estate in
the case of 28 contributors who died while in service.
Section 25.—(1) Refunds totalling $1,250,054 were made to 1,714 contributors who left the service of their employer.
(3) A total of $24,353 was transferred to the contributors' credit in Employees' Suspense Accounts in Part I and Part II in respect of 30 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 $75,975, were paid from the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Section 37.—An amount of $7,407 was paid over to the Minister of Finance
from the accounts of 30 former contributors (28 under Part I and 2 under Part II).
Imprest Payments and Receipts. — An amount of $346,276 was paid out in
supplementing allowances granted prior to April 1, 1953, under Schedule B, allowances granted prior to April 1, 1958, under section 58a (effective April 1, 1962),
and allowances granted prior to March 31,1966, under section 58b (effective May 1,
1966). 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 $35,167 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.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1966/67 S 7
PART IL—RETIREMENT FUND
Sections 4, 21, 43,53, 54, and 58 (Employee and Employer Contributions).—
During the year an amount of $850,683 was received from employees, consisting of
the following:—
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $777,865
Voluntary contributions       72,818
$850,683
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of $397,341
were received from the following sources:—
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $774,745
2-per-cent formula requirements    	
Service-bonus requirements       44,680
Minimum-allowance requirements    	
$819,425
Less refund abatements     423,910
  $395,515
British Columbia Ferry Authority       $2,397
Less refund abatements         1,293
         1,104
Dyking districts  722
$397,341
As at March 31, 1967, there were 3,531 active contributors to the Fund, 364
of whom have made special voluntary contributions.   There were 264 making current voluntary contributions.   The remaining 100 have voluntary credits but have
discontinued voluntary contributions.
Section 44.—Interest in the amount of $789,106 was received from the Minister
of Finance, calculated on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1 and October 1,
1966, and computed as follows:—
At the rate of 5 per cent per annum  $670,425
At the rate of 4 per cent per annum     118,681
$789,106
Section 47.—(1) and (2)  Of the 39 allowances granted under (1) and (2),
no retiring employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under section 21.   For analysis
see statements of comparative statistics appended.
(3) No allowances were granted under this subsection.
(4) Superannuation allowances were granted to dependents of four employees
who died while in service.
Section 49.—Refunds totalling $464,106 were made to 440 contributors who
left the service of the Government, and refunds totalling $24,637 were made to the
widow or estate in the case of 14 contributors who died while in service.
Imprest Payments and Receipts.—An amount of $47,801 was paid out in supplementing allowances granted prior to April 1, 1953, under Schedule C, allowances
granted prior to April 1, 1958, under section 58a (effective April 1, 1962), and
allowances granted prior to March 31, 1966, under section 58b (effective May 1,
1966). The Minister of Finance reimbursed the Fund for this amount out of the
Consolidated Revenue Fund.
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PART III.—-DEATH BENEFITS FUND
As at March 31, 1967, there were 1,495 superannuants participating.
During the year 94 claims were paid, amounting to $53,000, financed as
follows:  Amount Per Cent
Contributions by superannuants  $17,386 32.80
Contributions by Government     35,614 67.20
$53,000 100.00
For details of individual payments see statement appended.
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1966/67 S 9
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1967
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular   $4,051,649
Voluntary        574,252
Reinstatement   1,812
  $4,627,713
Employer—
Miscellaneous statutory  $4,821,701
Less refund abatements      1,122,685
    3,699,016
Transfers from Part II—Retirement Fund       288,138
Transfers from Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation
Account        108,948
Transfer from Teachers' Pensions Fund  24,838
Transfers from former Liquor Control Board Pension Plan   11,673
Transfers from Government of Canada Superannuation Fund         78,832
Allowance payment receipts (as per contra)—
Re Schedule B, section 58a, and section 58b supplementary allowances       $346,276
Re former Liquor Control Board employees  35,167
        381,443
Interest received from Minister of Finance    4,895,891
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from Fund  $2,788,744
Allowance payments (as per contra)—
Re Schedule B, section 58a, and section 58b supplementary allowances        $346,276
Re former Liquor Control Board employees   35,167
       381,443
$14,116,492
$3,170,187
Refunds      1,325,119
Transfers to Part II—Retirement Fund        103,310
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund         54,365
4,652,981
Net increase during year _       $9,463,511
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1, 1966  .       99,710,146
Deposits with Treasury, March 31, 1967  $109,173,657
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PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Civil Service Superannuation Fund as at March 31, 1967
Cash and securities held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page E21 of the
Public Accounts, 1966/67—
Cash in chartered banks in Canada       $2,302,804
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value     106,851,626
Par Value
Government of Canada  $1,000
Province of British Columbia  1,464,000
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority  47,834,200
British Columbia Ferry Authority   15,394,000
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing
Authority     4,344,300
British Columbia municipalities  10,600,557
British Columbia improvement districts  6,305,700
British Columbia school districts   17,982,800
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District... 32,000
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company  4,094,000
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
Short-term bank deposits—
Bank of Nova Scotia    ...  $23,507
Royal Bank of Canada      52,112
  75,619
$108,431,176
*$109,154,430
Civil Service Superannuation Fund distribution—
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of current allowances     $24,839,956
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions      $39,246,739
Employees' voluntary contributions         5,781,883
$45,028,622
Employer matching contributions       39,246,739
       84,275,361
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the Ferry Authority   9,751
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the Liquor
Control Board  14,581
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees, as per Schedule No. 1  34,008
$109,173,657
* At March 31, 1967, the Superannuation Fund was underinvested by $19,227, the Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account being overinvested by the same amount. This was corrected in the
1967/68 fiscal year.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1966/67 S 11
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, 1967
Name
Department
Amount
Anchikoski, Leo J 	
Anderson, Alice V 	
Bachynski, Dianne Josephine _
Baird, Mrs. Beatrice Ruth	
Buxton, Mrs. Flora M.	
Clark, Harland, W _
Clark, Mrs. Mary E .	
Funnell, Mrs. Patricia M.	
Gill, Carl Alan	
Gleis, Mrs. Elena Jean	
Godfrey, Mrs. Gladys_
Grant, Mrs. Helen Elizabeth .
Green, Rowland Basil-.	
Gregory, Hilda...
Hardie, Mrs. Hilda Doris -
Helliwell, Louise Mary	
Kartner, Mary __	
Lee, Robert Chung Nin
Leslie, George Gray. 	
Lorz, Harold William	
March, Mrs. Louise Ruth.
Miller, James L. S 	
Neilson, Mrs. Clarabelle...
Niamath, Kent G 	
Pickstone, Mary H.  	
Plato, Doreen Ethel 	
Potoma, Anna —-  	
Renfree, Mrs. A. Pauline -
Sargent, Shirley Emily _...
Sayer, Mrs. Mabel E._ 	
Smith, Conrad Ferris      ~
Templeton, Mrs. Irene Dorothy -
Tippe, Mrs. Sharon Andrianne....
Whipple, Mrs. Joan Margaret	
Zinger, Mrs. Shannon P _.	
Total of 35 unclaimed money accounts
Mental Health..
Mental Health.
Highways	
Public Health—
Public Health..
Industrial Development.
Mental Health	
Highways-
Recreation and Conservation .
Social Welfare  	
Mental Health  _
Mental Health	
Industrial Development-
Education „	
Mental Health	
Social Welfare _.	
Public Health—	
Mental Health 	
Mental Health	
Recreation and Conservation .
Mental Health  	
Attorney-General 	
Public Health  	
Public Health 	
Social Welfare	
Mental Health.—	
Mental Health __	
Forest Service  _
Mental Health _
Mental Health 	
Forest Service 	
Public Health— _ 	
Mental Health—-	
Education    - _
Forest Service _ 	
$2,656.64
2,176.54
242.70
818.08
1,089.92
3,359.44
119.09
1,426.34
921.30
626.11
87.90
2,170.05
909.97
105.35
93.86
433.04
2,079.13
212.04
170.58
1,037.55
24.09
31.11
24.16
868.71
1,690.55
46.79
2,138.47
3,187.58
71.21
1,833.99
461.45
1,663.75
670.76
214.82
345.22
$34,008.29
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PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
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Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1952, to March 31, 1967
Subdivided According to Sex of Contributor
Number of
Contributors
Allowances
Fiscal Year
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Number of
Allowances
Granted
Number of
Deaths and
Expirations
Number of
Allowances
in Force at
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Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
1952/53  _
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
50
8,126
112
9,485
103
10,561
246
3,283
3,194
2,936
221
3,247
187
3,255
290
3,595
212
3,565
275
3,635
188
3,791
128
3,826
184
3,986
207
4,151
133
4,284
258
4,878
239
5,797
325
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1,085
1,131
1,181 .
1,219
119
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340
389
442
374
330
367
302
360
382
402
476
581
886
845
815
764
749
821
663
626
580
609
613
585
546
646
884
125
142
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1956/57 -	
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1957/58 	
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1958/59  -	
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1,288
1,323
1,345
1,392
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1961/62     	
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192
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106
129
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1,569
1,637
225
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1966/67 	
297
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PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1957, to March 31, 1967—Allowances
Granted and in Force, Subdivided by Type and Plan of Allowance
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111
6
57'
171
6
341
12
170
39
35
26
2
381
23
55
Totals.—
2 I     8 I     8 | _
17 |   63
11 |   19 |   11 |     6 | |     2
174 | 177
353
244 |   28 | 459
1960/61—
Normal retirement
Disability	
Death	
6
4
1
3
|
12
7
55
3
17
9
4
13
1
13
1
6
2
4
. j     1
108
6
53
162
5
331
11
164
39
33
38
4
432
26
71
Totals	
6
4|     3|--|   14
75
13 |   14 |   14 |     8 | |     5
167
167 | 342 | 236 |   42
529
1961/62—
Normal retirement
Disability	
Death	
2
4
1
3
—
17
46
3
14
6     10
1 |     2
2 | —
11
7
4
2
4
1
4
104
5
51
156
4
323 1 157
11 1   35
      31
55
4
474
28
81
Totals 	
2J     5|     3
17 |   63
9|   12
11
13
- 1     9
160 ] 160
334 | 223 |   59
583
1962/63—
Normal retirement
7
2
6
—
24
~2
45
5
16
5
1
10
10
7
1
—
6
2
106
5
50
148
4
319
11
150
34
31
79
6
513
33
Death _	
95
Totals 	
7
2
6| — |   26
66
6
10 |   10
8
—
8
161
152
330 | 215
85
641
1963/64—
Normal retirement
5
8
2
—
29
1
60
3
19
6
1
1
8
18
1
8
2
1
1
14
1
105
4
49
148
4
303
10
142
32
30
108
6
559
36
Death.             .
113
Totals—
5|     8
2 | |   30
82
8 |     8|   19
11|     1|   15
158 | 152 | 313
204 | 114 | 708
1964/65—
Normal retirement
Disability.	
Death	
1
9 |     5
2
27
2
76
2
21
6
~2
11
7
1
4
—
11
6
109
4
47
1
142 | 298
4]     9
!
138 | 135
32 | —
30 |     8
623
38
128
Totals 	
9
5
2
29
99
8|   11
8|     4
—
17
160 | 146 [ 307 | 200 | 143 | 789
1965/66—
Normal and deferred	
11
17
6
1
—
34
?,
53
1
15
1
9 [     9
1 1     1
2 ..
15
12
12
111
3
45
150
3
1
289 | 126
10 |   32
1   30
169
664
39
Death
10)140
Totals-	
11
17 |     7 | f  36
69
12 |   10 |   15 |   12 1 -- |   15
159 I 153 ! 299 1 188 | 179 | 843
1966/67—
Normal and deferred	
Disability	
Death	
6
23
8
44
3
82
2
7
9
1        1
5     14 |     8
1
17
1
4
108
3
45
168
3
283
10
118
31
28
212
13
729
40
143
Totals	
6
23
8
47
91
9
5
14
1   11
1
22
156
171
293
177
225 1 912
1
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1966/67 S  )i
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1966, to March 31, 1967
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Feb.    1, 1967
Nov.   1, 1966
N.
N.
May   1, 1966
Mar.   1,1967
Jan.    1,1967
Oct.    1, 1966
Jan.    1, 1967
Sept.   1, 1966
Sept.   1, 1966
Mar.   1, 1967
June   1,1966
Oct.    1, 1966
Mar.   1, 1967
Mar.   1, 1967
Sept. 10, 1966
July  19, 1966
Oct.    1, 1966
Mar.   1, 1967
N.
Mental Health                	
N.
Bailey, Miss Elizabeth Moya	
Barclay, Eric Hanbary  	
Barker, Ernest  .
Finance   - - -   „	
Highways  - —	
Public Works   -     	
B.C.Ferry Authority  —	
Mental Health	
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Forest Service.- 	
N.
Benwell, Sydney Arthur	
Forest Service	
N.
N
Mental Health  -   -
N.
Public Works	
N.
Forest Service. 	
N.
Brault, Mrs. Mary Gladys Bernadette -
Brennan, Mrs. Idun
Public Works 	
N
Public Health  	
N.
Brownlee, Richard Thomas	
Mental Health  ,
N.
Jan.    1, 1967
Sept.   1, 1966
Dec.   1, 1966
July    1, 1966
Dec.   1, 1966
Jan.    1, 1967
Jan.    1, 1967
Mar. 15, 1967
June   1, 1966
Apr.   1, 1966
July    1, 1966
Mar.   1, 1967
Mar.   1, 1967
July    1,1966
Feb.    1, 1967
June   1, 1966
Feb.    1, 1967
Feb.    1, 1967
Jan. 23, 1967
Feb.    1, 1967
July    1, 1966
Oct.    1, 1966
Jan.  16, 1967
Apr.   1, 1967
Sept.   1, 1966
Dec.    1, 1966
July    1, 1966
Feb. 25, 1967
Dec.    1, 1966
Nov.   1, 1966
Jan.    1, 1967
Dec.    1, 1966
Nov.   1, 1966
June   1,1966
May 16, 1966
July  18, 1966
Sept.   1, 1966
N.
N.
Buck, Charles	
Social Welfare 	
N.
Burnett, Matthew Orvelle
Public Works. 	
N.
Butler, Arthur John ,
Recreation and Conservation
N.
Butler-Cole, Henry Alexander
Byers, Murdock Morris -
Agriculture   	
Mental Health. -  '
N.
N.
Cadenhead, Andrew Doak
Def.
Camsusa, Norman Louis
Agriculture	
Recreation and Conservation	
Attorney-General. _.—	
Public Works  	
Public Health	
N.
Catterall, Mrs. Georgina Johnston
Chaloner, Edward James -
N.
N.
Chard, William Henry
N.
Clarkstone, Mrs. Edith Maude
N
Clements, Reginald George
N.
Clemont, James Edward
Mental Health	
N.
Crockard, Hugh	
N.
Crowson, William Frank
Finance-  	
N.
Cooke, Arthur Reginald Oldacre
Attorney-General  ■■	
N.
Cummings, Mi's. Sophia
Finance -  	
Liquor Control Board 	
Public Health ;,-.-.	
Def.
Davies, George Edward
N.
Dean, Miss Mildred
N.
Denham, Donald
Public Works 	
N
Dingle, Agnes Dorothea 	
Mental Health  	
N.
Dowdie, Mrs. Montana Joy
Public Health	
Def.
Dyrmose, Jacob- _
Mental Health	
Eastwood, Mrs. Edith Alberta
N
Eastwood, Henry—
Public Health	
Empey, Hattie Olivia-
Public Health—-	
Public Health _..	
Water Rights	
Public Works —
Public Health...	
Erratt, Mrs. Hazel Jean
Errington, Charles..	
Estabrookes, Mrs. Claire Waldo
Ettinger, Carl Ray	
Fagerberg, Dagmar Elisabeth	
Fleming, Graham Stuart
Mental Health .-   ■
Liquor Control Board 	
Public Works   _ 	
Fraser, Charles Stanhope. -
Fraser, Donald Ross
N.
Gardler, Donald George    ...
Provincial Secretary	
July 19, 1966
Sept.   1, 1966
May   1, 1966
Nov.   1, 1966
Dec.   1, 1966
June   1,1966
July    1, 1966
Jan.    1, 1967
Dec.   1, 1966
Aug.   1, 1966
N
Garton, Mrs. Myrtle Ann....
Public Health  	
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N
Gibb, Michael Gordon
Public Health -
Gibson, Mr. Carmen Lawrence
Forest Service -	
Gilbert, Henry Francis	
Gill, Walter Ashby Houston	
Recreation and Conservation
Gilliland, Henry Cecil
Givens, James Normand — 	
Goertson, Henry Edward _„
Public Works
Grant, John Aloysius  	
rNormal retirement (152).
=Death in service (10).
Def.=Deferred allowance (11).
Dis.—Disability (2).
 S  16 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1966, to March 31, 1967—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Gray, Miss Ethel	
Greame, Edward Arthur	
Greenfield, Franklin Harris	
Gregor, Robert Douglas  	
Grieve, Walter  	
Gough, John _ ._	
Hague, John Parkinson	
Hallett, George Hoyt— 	
Hardy, Miss Margery Conyers 	
Harvey, Mrs. Elsie May. 	
Harwood, Frank	
Hassard, Frederick Graham	
Healy, William Joseph	
Helander, Olaf Harold  	
Hedquist, Sven Manfred Holger _.
Heelas, Dan Stephenson	
Henn, Alfred Richard	
Hicks, John Melville— 	
Hodgetts, Howard  	
Holman, William John  -
Hunziker, Edmond William	
Inscho, Mrs. Victoria Frances	
Jewell, Mona Triphina —	
Johnson, Alden Harold Norman	
Johnson, Harry 	
Johnstone, Thomas Ronald- 	
Hutton, Mrs. Lily Isabel	
Jones, Mrs. Agnes Margaret	
Jones, Frank... 	
Kent, Stanley Blackwood 	
Kenyon, Jack 	
Knudsen, Ivar  	
Kyle, James Clelland— 	
LaGrave, Henry Josias  	
Lang, Howard LeRoy 	
Lasalle, Theophile Urbain 	
Leach, John Archibald _	
Lock, George Montgomery 	
Mansfield-Robinson, Mrs. Hildegarde
Marini, Mrs. Marie Josephine J. J	
Marshall, William    	
Martin, Herbert Ernest 	
Maype, Mrs. Isobel Joyce 	
Meating, Alfred Joseph   	
Metcalfe, George Robert 	
Miles-Pickup, Herbert ._ - 	
Milledge, Arthur Augustus. -	
Miller, Mrs. Eleanore Frances.	
Miller, George 	
Millward, Miss Norah _	
Moir, Melvin Russell 	
Moore, Thomas	
Mulcahy, Patrick Joseph	
Mycock, Mrs. Mildred	
McDonald, Dorothy Violet 	
McGill, Mrs. Freda Mildred—	
Mcllmoyl, Charles Gilbert.	
Mclnnes, Robert Duffton	
Mclvor, Mrs. Vernice.-	
McLaughlin, Anthony Patrick -
McMillan, Robert 	
Nelson, Robert Andrew- 	
Nelson, Wilfred August  	
Newton, Betty Campbell 	
Nichols, Elmer LeRoy  _	
Nichols, Miss Lillian 	
Attorney-General  	
Attorney-General	
Recreation and Conservation .
Forest Service   	
Mental Health  „
Education	
Highways  	
Finance _ —
Mental Health	
Hospital Insurance .
Public Works _.
Social Welfare	
Finance .	
Liquor Control Board .
Forest Service 	
Agriculture 	
Mental Health 	
Recreation and Conservation .
Public Health  	
Lands 	
Highways-
Public Health-
Agriculture	
Mental Health-
Agriculture .
Public Health	
Attorney-General-
Social Welfare	
Mental Health	
Liquor Control Board-
Mental Health	
Recreation and Conservation.
Liquor Control Board	
Attorney-General... 	
Mental Health 	
Commercial Transport- 	
Mental Health 	
Commercial Transport-
Provincial Secretary..	
Public Health	
Highways 	
Agriculture. _ 	
Public Works	
Finance	
Finance	
Lands and Forests _
Attorney-General...
Attorney-General—
Mental Health	
Public Health	
Public Works——
Agriculture	
Mines  _	
Mental Health-
Finance— —
Public Health-
Finance	
Highways.	
Lands	
Lands- -	
Liquor Control Board-
Public Works.—
Highways-
Recreation and Conservation..
Attorney-General.   	
Attorney-General 	
May
June
Mar.
Jan.
Oct. 24
Sept.
Apr.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
July 12
Feb.
July
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Dec.
Nov.
July
Nov.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Jan.
May
Apr.
Jan.
Dec.
Oct.
July
Dec.
Jan.
Sept.
Mar.
July
Oct.
July  16
Dec.
Sept. 1
July
Mar.
Mar.
June
Jan.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Jan.
Mar.
May
Apr.
Nov.
Nov.
Apr.
Oct. 14,
Jan.
May
July
June
June
Oct.
Aug.
Jan.
Feb.
Oct.
,1966
, 1966
,1967
, 1967
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
,1967
, 1967
, 1967
, 1966
, 1967
, 1966
, 1967
, 1967
,1967
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
,1967
, 1966
, 1966
, 1967
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
,1966
, 1967
, 1966
, 1967
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
,1966
', 1966
, 1966
, 1967
, 1967
,1966
, 1967
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1967
, 1967
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1967
, 1966
, 1966
, 1966
,1966
, 1966
, 1966
, 1967
, 1967
, 1966
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
Dis.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
Dis.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.=Normal retirement (152).
D.=Death in service (10).
Def. = Deferred allowance (11).
Dis.=Disability (2).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  19-66/67 S 17
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1966, to March 31, 1967—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Nigro, Pasquale 	
Ogden, William Edward-
Paget, John Thomas	
Paulsen, Esther Irene	
Phillips, Earl Abel	
Player, William..
Plenderleith, Dr. William Adamson .
Rickey, Ernest-
Roberts, Patrick Dominic
Rolph, Leonard Balfour	
Ruben, Thomas	
Russell, Mrs. Phylis 	
Sadler, Jonathan Arnold _	
Sampson, Frank Lancelot —	
Sargent, Dr. Thomas Edward Hartley.-
Savery, Robert Hunter-
Scarborough, Charles Anthony.-
Scurrah, Mrs. Agnes..
Shepheard, Harold Berkely...
Sigurdson, Hallur _
Simpson, Robert Stewart-	
Smith, Miss Mary Rae	
Spinks, Mrs. Gladys Evelyn _
St. Martin, Mrs. Edna ,
Stephinson, Charles Roland.
Stobbart, Jane Ann.
Stratton, Reginald Ernest.
Stretch, Joseph..
Sturgess, Thomas Lexton	
Sutherland, Albert Alexander..
Taylor, Walter Easton	
Thompson, George Henry	
Toop, Arthur Ray-
Turner, Harold George—
Underwood, Mrs. Mary S..
Vigue, Arthur John..
Wallace, Robert Bruce _ __.
Wedlock, Mrs. Clara Charlotte..
West, George Edward	
Wiebe, Peter William  	
Wilson, William Alexander Douglas -
Woodhead, Thomas James  „.
Young, Miss Isabel- 	
Social Welfare	
Public Works -	
Highways 	
Public Health	
Mental Health	
Mines - 	
Education	
Attorney-General.
Public Health	
Finance 	
Education	
Labour 	
Mental Health—	
Liquor Control Board
Mines- 	
Public Works
Highways.
Highways-
Provincial Secretary-
Lands and Forests.—
Attorney-General	
Agriculture 	
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
Recreation and Conservation.
Forest Service	
Finance _	
Highways - — 	
Industrial Development	
Lands —   — .„ „ -	
Attorney-General 	
Attorney-General  	
Mental Health	
Agriculture	
Attorney-General 	
Highways..
Liquor Control Board -
Health Services	
Public Works 	
Mental Health	
Public Health-	
Public Works -	
Mental Health 	
Dec. 1,
Feb. 1,
Oct. 1,
Aug. 1,
Aug. 29,
Nov. 1,
Sept. 1,
Feb. 1,
July 1,
Aug. 1,
Apr. 1,
Aug. 1,
Mar. 1,
Jan. 1,
Dec. 1,
Mar. 1,
Dec. 1,
July 8,
July 1,
Sept. 1,
Apr. 1,
Feb. 1,
Sept. 1,
Apr. 1,
Feb. 1,
Oct. 8,
Sept. 1,
July 1,
Oct. 1,
Apr. 1,
July 1,
Jan. 1,
June 1,
Apr. 1,
June 1,
Sept. 20,
June 1,
May 19,
Sept. 1,
Feb. 1,
Aug. 1,
Oct. 1,
Feb. 1,
1966
1967
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1967
1966
1966
1966
1966
1967
1967
1966
1967
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1967
1966
1966
1967
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1967
1966
1966
1967
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
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.---Normal retirement (152).
D.=Death in service (10).
Def.=Deferred allowance (11).
Dis.=Disability (2).
 S 18 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1967
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular    $777,865
Voluntary      72,818
$850,683
Employer—Miscellaneous statutory  $822,545
Less refund abatements      425,204
     397,341
Transfers from Part I—Superannuation Fund     103,310
Transfers from Government of Canada Superannuation Fund         1,197
Provided from Consolidated Revenue re Schedule C, section 58a, and section 58b supplementary allowances (as per contra)       47,801
Interest received from Minister of Finance     789,106
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from Fund  $301,411
Provided from Consolidated Revenue re Schedule C, section 58a, and section 58b supplementary allowances
(as per contra)          47,801
  $349,212
Refunds      489,084
Transfers to Part I—Superannuation Fund     288,138
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund  453
$2,189,438
1,126,887
Net increase during year     $1,062,551
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1, 1966     16,592,813
Deposits with Treasury, March 31, 1967  $17,655,364
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1966/67 S 19
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Retirement Fund as at March 31,1967
Cash and securities held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page E 22 of the
Public Accounts, 1966/67—
Cash in chartered banks in Canada	
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value
Province of British Columbia	
Province of British Columbia guaranty—•
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority	
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing
Authority 	
British Columbia municipalities	
British Columbia improvement districts	
British Columbia school districts	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company	
Province of Ontario	
Province of Quebec	
Par Value
$28,000
9,046,000
790,000
1,151,000
1,400,200
5,265,000
97,000
5,000
9,000
$17,791,200
$268,426
17,386,938
$17,655,364
Retirement Fund distribution—
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of cur
rent allowances	
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions __
Employees' voluntary contributions	
Employer matching contributions
$7,462,585
395,050
$7,857,635
7,462,585
$2,325,782
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the Ferry
Authority   1,281
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees, as per Schedule No. 2  8,081
$17,655,364
 S 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Schedule No. 2.—Unclaimed Moneys in Retirement Fund at Credit of
Former Employees' Accounts as at March 31, 1967
Name
Department
Amount
Anderson, N. W	
Baker, Wilfred H	
Bizicki, Alex  —
Bjorkman, Ellard O—
Byers, D 	
Charman, F	
Chernoff, George N	
Cook, Francis William.
D'Esterre, Sidney B._
Dumont, Machel Victor	
Elliot, Charles Francis Desmond..
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 	
LaRiviere, Mrs. Hattie Marie..
McNevin, Donald Neil-	
Marsiske, Wolfgang 	
Palmer, B     _ 	
Roberts, Thomas H.    _	
Sanderson, Mrs. Kathleen Patricia__
Schmilinsky, Erhart _
Shaw, Mrs. Dorothy Mildred-
Smith, A  _.
Smith, Eric Goodwin..
Taylor, Alan N. C	
Turner, George	
Vandrishe, Edmond	
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	
Social Welfare.
Highways	
Mental Health ..
Public Works...
Highways	
Public Health-
Highways 	
Education	
Forest Service-
Highways —
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Total of 35 unclaimed money accounts -
$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
98.10
2,164.62
121.17
1.09
4.36
77.86
21.26
1.43
9.63
342.66
26.33
13.76
2,980.83
$8,081.07
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1966/67
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 S 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, May 1, 1947, to March 31, 1967, Subdivided
According to Sex of Contributor
Number of
Contributors
Allowances
Fiscal Year
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Number of
Allowances
Granted
Number of
Deaths and
Expirations
Number of
Allowances in
Force at End
of Year
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
1947/48—_____
1,563
2,346
1,886
1,701
1,878
230
57
2,386
34
2,331
98
2,826
72
2,773
164
3,134
114
3,040
71
3,085
135
3,652
109
3,845
126
3,737
131
2,989
82
3,147
106
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
384
22
87
350
637
306
256
238
316
4
8
13
17
10
28
21
7
22
14
15
19
16
18
18
19
23
20
11
18
13
18
35
36
39
3
1
1
2
1
2
3
1
5
1
1
8
4
7
3
6
10
6
13
11
1
7
43
79
94
113
126
141
158
176
191
207
211
226
233
241
270
293
321
—
1951/52 .    .
1952/33
19«/»M
10_/_-
iScm-activif
1955/56.
1Q56/V7
332
4116
442
360
393
450
400
383
431
451
397
30
26
34
52
48
67
68
81
59
74
39
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Non-active____
lOSR/TO
1959/60..    ..
3
Non-active____
1960/61
4
Non-active	
1961/62-  .
5
Non-active	
1067/61
5
Non-nctiv-i
1963/64.   -
3
1964/6*
6
1965/66	
7
1966/67 -     	
7
Non-active	
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,  1966/67
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
S 23
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1957, to March 31, 1967—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
3
-
3
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12
1
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-
—
1
—
—
12
5
10
86
1
—
60
7
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3
—
3
—
—
13
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—
—
1
—
—
12
5
10
87
—
67
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
—
3
15
6
13
82
—
75
1959/60—
Normal retirement	
Death
3
1
—
—
2
16
1
1
-
—
1
-
2
17
7
13
80
1
2
86
4
Totals
3
1
—
—
2
17
ll_.
—
1
_
2
17 |    7 [ 13 | 81
2
90
1960/61—
Normal retirement	
Death
2
1
—
—
—
9
1
—
4
—
2
18
8
13
76
1
2
93
4
Totals	
*
1
__
--
—
9
1
—
—
4
—
2
18
8
13
77
2
97
1961/62—
Normal retirement	
Death.. _
-
-
....
5
14
1
-
2
18
8
13
75
1
7
~7~
105
4
Totals	
3
-
—
_
5
14
—
1
2
18
8
13
76
109
1962/63—
Normal retirement	
Death
1
-
1
8
1
-
—
4
—
1
20
8
14
71
1
8
112
Totals
3
—
1
_
1
8
1
—
4
—
1
20
8
14. 1  77.
8
9
116
1963/64—
Normal retirement	
Death
3
~
....
-
1
14
3
1
--
5
—
1
20
7
14
66
1
~67~
125
4
Totals
3
_..
—
1
14
3|    1
—
5
—
1
20
7
14
9
129
1964/65—
-
4
26
1
2
--
2
1
1
20
9
16
64
1
12
Normal retirement	
Death
1
4
2
150
4
1
4 |    2  |  ._ |    4
26
1|    2
- 1    2
1
1
1965/66—
Normal and deferred-
Death	
5
4
4
—
6
18
1
1
1
3
-
7
24
12
19
61
1
18
161
4
Totals	
5
4
4
—
6
18
li    1
1
3
—
7
24 | 12 | 19 | 62
18
165
1966/67—
Normal and deferred-
Death    	
1
6
6
—
—
22
4
2
-
4
—
5
23
18
25
57
1
18
178
g
Totals
1
6
6
—
—
26
2
--
--
4
—
5
23
18
25
58
18
186
 S 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1966, to March 31, 1967
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Benson, Clarence Percival-
Bohan, Thomas Joseph	
Bovill, John 	
Bukovec, John-
Burrows, Sidney Herbert Kemp_
Carpenter, Lee Edwin	
Carr, Emil	
Colton, John William-
Covalcine, John	
Curveon, Harry	
Davies, Henry Brain	
Davis, Charles Willard-
Delainey, Lucas Frank-
Dodge, James Albert	
Foster, Charles Henry—
Gillen, Joseph Michael-
Graham, John Walter	
Haffner, Joseph Alexander	
Holloway, Charles Frederick-
Hulin, James Thomas	
Jordan, James Alfred	
Lactin, Michael Nicklas	
Lamb, Frank David	
Lundie, George..
McTurk, Samuel James.—
Nielsen, Lauritz Svend	
O'Connor, Allen Lincoln..
Olofson, Olof Werner	
Olson, Melvin Casper	
Ovington, Matthew	
Parker, John Gordon	
Porobich, Uglesa	
Reid, George Roy— 	
Rigbey, Frederick-
Simpson, Thomas Arthur..
Strid, Charles John	
Van Hoepen, Johannes	
Watson, Arthur Digby	
Willisson, Stanley	
Highways	
Public Works-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways.—	
Highways	
Highways— „
Forest Service-
Highways	
Highways 	
Highways	
Public Works-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways— _
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Forest Service-
Highways	
Highways _
Highways	
Highways—	
Highways	
Highways  -
Highways	
Highways—	
Highways—	
Highways—	
Highways.—	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Nov.
Mar.
Nov.
Sept.
Dec.
Aug.
Apr.
Dec.
June
Aug.
June
Jan.
Nov.
May
Nov.
June
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Dec.
July
Apr.
Jan.
Sept.
Oct.
Aug.
Oct.
Aug.
Aug.
June
Sept.
Feb.
Aug.
Aug.
Nov.
June
Feb.
July
Sept.
1.1966
1.1967
1, 1966
1, 1966
1, 1966
1,1966
1, 1966
1,1966
1, 1966
1,1966
9,1966
1, 1967
1,1966
26,1966
1,1966
1, 1966
12, 1966
1.1966
1.1967
1, 1966
27,1966
7, 1966
1, 1967
1,1966
7, 1966
1, 1966
1, 1966
17, 1966
1,1966
1, 1966
1, 1966
1, 1967
1, 1966
9, 1966
1,1966
21,1966
23, 1967
8,1966
17,1966
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
D.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.=Normal retirement (34).
D.=Death in service (4).
Def.=Deferred allowance (1).
Dis.=Disability (0).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1966/67
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
Death Benefit Payments Made during the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1967
S 25
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
McFadyen, Thomas	
Still, Charles F	
Crisford, Hamilton	
Hatton, Arthur G 	
Menzies, Gordon M	
Roach, Mrs. Sarah M	
Mitchell, A. T. H	
DeLong, John B	
Harrison, John T	
Sims, Frederick O 	
Woodin, George C	
Clerihew, George R	
Kirkpatrick, Samuel D._.
Friend, Charles William-
Botham, Charles	
Mathieson, John E	
Browne, William H	
Gilford, Thomas S	
MacDonald, John 	
Edridge, Isabel-
Archibald, Thomas D.—
Robertson, William H.Thomas, Edwin W	
Mellor, Frank 	
Lawson, James H	
Petersen, Christian E.	
Benwell, Sydney A	
Murray, Robert Peter	
Rande, Alfred M	
Powell, William	
Raisbeck, Thomas	
Gray, Alexander Baird_
Duckett, Alfred S	
Lonsdale, Herbert	
Rodman, Sidney T 	
McKay, Robert	
Beaton, William McF.	
Caldicott, Holt C	
Johnson, William E. G._
Rodway, Albert Lome	
Conniff, Arthur	
Hargreaves, Lord W	
Barry, James Arthur	
Mackie, William	
Docker, Patrick	
Lindsay, George. 	
Purcell, George W	
Smith, Harry Claude-
Evans, Thomas..
Dolphin, Thomas	
Newton, William Arthur..
Latta, William Smith	
Lee, Bernard Jesse	
Blake, James Hewat-
Fleming, Graham Stuart-
Coles, Wilfred Mitchell—
Jackman, William P.	
McCreight, William	
Sutherland, Colin A. R.	
Gamble, William George-
Hughes, Michael G	
Wiley, Joseph Arthur	
Prowse, Wilfred Henry	
Wilkinson, Thomas Henry-
Webster, Herbert. 	
Loat, Allen C. C	
July 19, 1965--	
January 22,1966 _
March 1, 1966—
March 6,1966—
March 6, 1966—
March 27, 1966 -
March 30, 1966 —
April 7, 1966	
April 7, 1966	
April 13, 1966—
April 13, 1966	
April 15, 1966	
April 15, 1966—
April 16, 1966	
April 19, 1966—
April 19, 1966.	
May 4, 1966	
May 4,1966 _	
May 7, 1966	
May 8, 1966	
May 16, 1966_	
May 27, 1966	
May 29,1966	
June 6, 1966	
June 8, 1966	
June 11, 1966	
June 16, 1966	
June 18, 1966	
June 21, 1966	
June 23,1966	
June 24, 1966	
June 28, 1966	
July 10, 1966	
July 12, 1966	
July 12, 1966	
July 13, 1966	
July 20, 1966	
July 23, 1966	
July 26, 1966	
Coney, Miss Ethel Maude-
August 7, 1966	
August 12, 1966	
August 13, 1966	
August 21, 1966	
August 21, 1966	
August 27, 1966	
August 27, 1966	
August 27, 1966	
August 31,1966	
September 6,1966	
September 9, 1966—
September 13, 1966-
September 16, 1966..
September 24, 1966-
September 27, 1966-
September 30, 1966-
October 7, 1966	
October 11, 1966	
October 17, 1966	
October 28,1966	
October 29, 1966	
November 1,1966	
November 14, 1966-
November 15,1966-
November 15,1966...
November 17, 1966...
November 18, 1966-
November 24,1966_
$500
500
500
500
1,000
500
500
500
900
500
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
500
500
500
800
500
1,000
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
1,000
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
1,000
600
500
500
900
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
 S 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND—Continued
Death Benefit Payments Made during the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1967—Continued
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Monks, Charles Norman-
Passmore, Alfred John	
MacNeil, Ronald	
Millman, John Henry C.Ward, Walter-
Stone, John Reginald-
Hoy, Benjamin-.
Thompson, Andrew_
Cullen, Richard	
Wardle, Walter Arthur	
Dickinson, James Girvans_
Shandley, Charles Horace-
Wilson, Frank-
Simmons, Harry Alexander..
Henson, Samuel	
Fowler, Lebarron F. A	
Rasell, Francis Girard	
McDowell, Nathaniel A.Robinson, Henry Lunam_
Walker, John L.
Hepburn, James T. O...
Spence, Charles T	
Bell, Norman Cowper_
Stewart, John	
Massey, William Nelles	
Churchill, Thomas Stanley-
Simmons, James	
Total of 94 death benefit payments made-
November 24, 1966-
December 3, 1966—
December 9, 1966—
December 10,1966-
December 19,1966-
December 21, 1966-
December 31,1966-
December 31,1966-
January 1,1967	
January 1, 1967	
January 4,1967	
January 9, 1967	
January 10,1967	
January 16,1967	
January 17,1967	
January 19, 1967.	
January 24,1967	
January 26, 1967	
January 27,1967	
January 28,1967	
January 29,1967	
January 29,1967	
February 19,1967—
March 9, 1967	
March 11,1967	
March 13, 1967	
March 21, 1967	
500
500
800
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
600
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
900
500
500
500
$53,000
Summary of Payments
Seventy-nine at $500
Two at $600	
Two at $800	
Three at $900	
Eight at $1,000	
Total	
$39,500
1,200
1,600
2,700
8,000
$53,000
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1968
330-168-977
  

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