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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Thirty-third Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
CIVIL SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
for the
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31
1968
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1969
  To Colonel the Honourable John R. Nicholson, P.C, O.B.E., Q.C., LL.D.,
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 1967/68.
WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, British Columbia, January 21,1969.
 The Honourable Wesley D. Black,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, British Columbia.
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 1967/68.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
January 20,1969.
 Superannuation Report, 1967/68
Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the Civil Service
Superannuation Act during the Fiscal Year 1967/68
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 $5,054,406 was
received from employees, consisting of the following:—
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $4,435,358
Voluntary contributions         606,047
Repayment of moneys withdrawn  13,001
$5,054,406
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of $4,055,522
were received from the following sources:—
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $3,916,038
Reinstatement matching  13,001
Prior-service and reclassification requirements   962
2-per-cent formula requirements        545,595
Service-bonus requirements        123,944
Minimum-allowance requirements  14,596
$4,614,136
Less refund abatements     1,060,490
British Columbia Ferry Authority      $268,409
Less refund abatements  44,045
$3,553,646
224,364
Alcoholism Foundation of British Columbia  4,673
Dyking districts  867
Employees' association and credit unions  4,681
Liquor Control Board  243,169
University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, and
Simon Fraser University  24,122
$4,055,522
As at March 31,1968, there were 17,140 active contributors to the Fund, 2,859
of whom have made special voluntary contributions. There were 1,988 making current voluntary contributions. The remaining 871 have voluntary credits but have
discontinued voluntary contributions.
 S 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Section 13.—As at March 31, 1968, deposits with the Treasury at credit of the
Civil Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $119,332,358.
Section 14.—Interest in the amount of $5,345,424 was received from the Minister of Finance, calculated on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1 and October 1, 1967, and computed as follows:—
At the rate of 5 per cent per annum  $4,712,002
At the rate of 4 per cent per annum        633,422
$5,345,424
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.—Superannuation allowances were granted to 171 retiring employees under this section. For analysis see statements of comparative statistics
appended.
Section 20.—Six deferred superannuation allowances were granted under this
section.
Section 21.—Of the 171 allowances granted under setion 18, 42 retiring employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under this section.
Section 22.—Superannuation allowances were granted to dependents of 16 employees who died while in service, five of which were granted on the 2-per-cent
formula.
Section 24.—Refunds totalling $69,726 were made to the widow or estate in
the case of 31 contributors who died while in service.
Section 25.—(1) Refunds totalling $1,184,935 were made to 1,837 former contributors who left the service of their employer, including 64 with more than 10
years' of countable service who elected to receive a refund. Of these, 13 were
eligible to receive an immediate superannuation allowance and the other 51 were
entitled to leave their credits in the Fund in order to receive a deferred superannuation allowance after reaching their minimum retirement age.
(3) A total of $48,076 was transferred to the contributors' credit in Employees' Suspense Accounts in Part I and Part II in respect of 47 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 $81,688, were paid from the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Section 37.—An amount of $4,986 was paid over to the Minister of Finance
from the accounts of 38 former contributors (34 under Part I and four under Part
II).
Imprest Payments and Receipts.—An amount of $344,952 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 $35,844 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, 1967/68 S 7
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND
Sections4, 21, 43, 53,54, and 58 (Employee and Employer Contributions).—
During the year an amount of $981,268 was received from employees, consisting
of the following:—
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $898,516
Voluntary contributions       82,752
$981,268
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of $614,811
were received from the following sources:—
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $891,532
2-per-cent formula requirements       17,387
Service-bonus requirements       42,327
Minimum-allowance requirements          1,278
$952,524
Less refund abatements     342,133
$610,391
British Columbia Ferry Authority       $6,154
Less refund abatements         2,564
3,590
Dyking districts  830
$614,811
As at March 31, 1968, there were 3,635 active contributors to the Fund, 440
of whom have made special voluntary contributions. There were 341 making current voluntary contributions. The remaining 99 have voluntary credits but have
discontinued voluntary contributions.
Section 44.—Interest in the amount of $847,434 was received from the Minister of Finance, calculated on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1 and October 1, 1967, and computed as follows:—
At the rate of 5 per cent per annum  $706,296
At the rate of 4 per cent per annum     141,138
$847,434
Section 47.—(1) and (2) Of the 45 allowances granted under (1) and (2),
two 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 two employees
who died while in service.
Section 49.—Refunds totalling $370,846 were made to 415 contributors who
left the service of the Government, and refunds totalling $30,841 were made to the
widow or estate in the case of eight contributors who died while in service.
Imprest Payments and Receipts.—An amount of $46,311 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),
 S 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA
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.
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
As at March 31, 1968, there were 1,604 superannuants participating.
During the year 73 claims were paid, amounting to $41,500, financed as
follows:  Amount Per Cent
Contributions by superannuants  :  $18,686 45.03
Contributions by Government      22,814 54.97
$41,500 100.00
For details of individual payments see statement appended.
LEGISLATION
The Civil Service Superannuation (Amendment) Act, 1968, makes provision
for amalgamating the Retirement Fund with the Civil Service Superannuation Fund
and improves the general level of benefits. Among the more important changes are
the following:—
(a) Amalgamation.—The Civil Service Superannuation Fund and the Retirement Fund were combined in the name of the Civil Service Superannuation Fund,
effective April 1, 1968, and revenue or expenditure under Part II of the Act from
this date is to be credited or charged to the Civil Service Superannuation Fund.
(b) Benefits.—In respect of a superannuation allowance granted on or after
April 1, 1968, on the 2-per-cent formula, there is a modification in the reduction
factor when the retiring employee becomes entitled to a benefit under the Canada
Pension Plan or the Old Age Security Act of Canada. Whereas formerly the reduction was calculated as 1 per cent times years of service after April 1, 1958, times
average annual salary, in future it will be calculated as seven-tenths of 1 per cent
times years of service after January 1, 1966, times average annual salary. In both
cases the maximum average annual salary used does not exceed the year's maximum
pensionable earnings under the Canada Pension Plan.
(c) Death and Disability Benefits.—An improvement in the 2-per-cent formula
calculation in that the service credited to the employee is increased to a minimum
of 25 years, or by the number of years which is the difference between the attained
age and the age of 55, whichever is the lesser.
(d) Pensioner Bonuses.—Provision for a supplementary allowance to persons
in receipt of a superannuation allowance granted before April 1, 1966, calculated
as a percentage of the amount of the allowance payable from time to time, using a
base of not less than $100 per month as a minimum and not greater than $300 per
month as a maximum, and having regard to the effective date the original allowance
was granted, as set out below:— Per Cent
Allowance granted on or before March 31, 1964  10
Allowance granted between April 1, 1964, and March 31, 1965     7
Allowance granted between April 1, 1965, and March 31, 1966     4
These bonuses became effective May 1, 1968, and are paid out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1967/68 S 9
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1968
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular   $4,435,358
Voluntary        606,047
Reinstatement   13,001
  $5,054,406
Employer—
Miscellaneous statutory  $5,160,056
Less refund abatements      1,104,534
    4,055,522
Transfers from Part II—Retirement Fund        148,163
Transfers from Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation
Account        118,208
Transfers from Teachers' Pensions Fund    87,495
Transfers from former Liquor Control Board Pension Plan  18,302
Transfers from Government of Canada Superannuation Fund  31,309
Allowance payment receipts (as per contra)—
Re Schedule B, section 58a, and section 58b supplementary allowances       $344,952
Re former Liquor Control Board employees   35,844
        380,796
Interest received from Minister of Finance     5,345,424
  $15,239,625
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from the Fund  $3,163,314
Allowance payments (as per contra)—
Re Schedule B, section 58a, and section 58b supplementary allowances       $344,952
Re former Liquor Control Board employees  35,844
        380,796
$3,544,110
Refunds      1,259,029
Transfers to Part II—Retirement Fund        119,423
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund         158,362
5,080,924
Net increase during year  $10,158,701
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1, 1967   109,173,657
Deposits with Treasury, March 31, 1968  $119,332,358
 S 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Civil Service Superannuation Fund as at March 31, 1968
Cash and securities held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page
E 18 of the Public Accounts, 1967/68—
Cash in chartered banks in Canada  $594,385
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value      118,737,973
Par Value
Government of Canada  $1,000
Province of British Columbia  1,292,000
Province of Ontario  100,000
Province of Quebec  170,000
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority  58,048,500
British Columbia Ferry Authority  15,655,000
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing
Authority   6,710,300
British Columbia municipalities   11,424,140
British Columbia improvement districts  6,757,500
British Columbia school districts   16,326,500
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company   4,309,000
Province of Manitoba guaranty—Manitoba Hydro-electric
Power Commission  2,000
Province of Quebec  guaranty — Quebec  Hydro-electric
Commission   110,000
$120,905,940
$119,332,358
Civil Service Superannuation Fund distribution—
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of
current pensions      $27,620,93 3
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions      $42,761,430
Employees' voluntary contributions          6,124,305
$48,885,735
Employer matching contributions       42,761,430
       91,647,165
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the " B.C.
Ferries " Division   4,599
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the Liquor
Control Board  22,901
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees, as per Schedule No. 1  36,760
$119,332,358
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1967/68 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, 1968
Name
Department
Amount
Mental Health	
$1,577.60
Mental Health 	
2,176.54
1,243.35
171.20
Mental Health   	
128.57
43.16
840.93
Agriculture 	
Mental Health	
623.33
35.63
Mental Health 	
1,368.51
1,426.34
626.11
Mental Health    	
87.90
Public Health... ...	
135.45
3,327.30
105.35
Mental Health	
93.86
433.04
466.61
Mental Health	
2,221.85
42.44
Public Health	
2,079.13
Mental Health 	
99.57
130.44
Mental Health. 	
212.04
Mental Health	
170.58
Mental Health.	
24.09
Miller, Ruth K	
Mental Health 	
1,778.54
Public Health	
24.16
1,690.55
Prucell, P. Randolph.	
2,706.37
Mental Health_	
53.18
Mental Health 	
1,100.33
3,187.58
Mental Health 	
71.21
1,272.53
1,068.79
14.39
Public Health 	
1,663.75
2,076.40
160.83
$36,759.53
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PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1952, to March 31, 1968,
Subdivided According to Sex of Contributor
Number of
Contributors
Allowances
Fiscal Year
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Number of
Allowances
Granted
Number of
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Number of
Allowances
in Force at
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Female
Male
Female
Male
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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
10,816
279
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
6,324
390
311
353
340
389
442
374
330
367
302
360
382
402
476
581
886
867
715
845
815
764
749
821
663
626
580
609
613
585
546
646
884
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76
75
83
70
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68
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101
119
106
129
140
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1,085
1,131
1,181
1,219
1,251
1,288
1,323
1,345
1,392
1,441
1,517
1,569
1,637
1,726
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1954/55	
125
142
1955/56.   	
139
1956/57      	
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1957/58
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1958/59 	
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1959/60
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1962/63        	
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1963/64        	
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1964/65
228
1965/66 -	
252
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1967/68	
346
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Schedule No. 1.
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157
35
31
55
4
474
Disability 	
Death 	
28
81
Totals...
2
5
3
17
63
9
12 |   11
13
-.|     9
160
160
334
223
59
583
1962/63—
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
Disability.—	
Death  	
33
95
Totals	
7
2
6|_
26
66
6
10
10 |     8 | |     8
161 | 152 | 330 | 215
85
641
1963/64—
5
8
2
29
1
60
3
19
6
1
1
8
18
1
8
2
1
1
14
1
105   148
4        4
49   	
303
10
142
32
30
108
6
559
Disability	
Death         .   .
36
113
Totals	
5|     8
2|._...|   30
82
8
8 |   19 |   11 |     1 |   15
158 | 152 | 313 | 204
114
708
1964/65—
9
5
2
27
2
76
2
21
6
2
11
7
1
4
11
6
109
4
47
142
4
298
9
138
32
30
135
8
623
38
Death	
	
	
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
2
53
1
15
9
1
2
9
1
15
12
12
3
111
3
45
150
3
289
10
126
32
30
169
10
664
39
Death  	
140
Totals	
11
17
7 | —
36
69
12
10 |   15
12
...... |   15
159
153
299 | 188
179
843
1966/67—
Normal and deferred—	
6
23
8
44
3
82
2
7
9
5
14
8
1
7,
1
17
1
4
108
3
45
168
3
283
10
118
31
28
212
13
729
40
Death-
143
Totals	
6
23
8 | |   47
91
9
5
14
H|      1
22
156
171
293
177
225
912
1967/68—
Normal and de-
5
22
6
39
3
5
102
11
1
6
8
1
14
8
2
	
10
4
1
112
3
39
182
2
275
10
110
31
26
251
3
18
821
36
Death
153
Totals	
5
22
6
47
113
7
9
14
10
15
154
184
285
167
272
1,010
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1967/68 S 15
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1967, to March 31, 1968
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Abel, Royston Simpson.. _	
Agnew, Desmond Robert Vere .
Allan, Roy Edgar 	
Allen, Edmund Lewis..
Armstrong, Mrs. Edith Augusta .
Atlee, Roy Earl  	
Baehr, Soren
Baird, Mrs. Marion Verona-
Baker, William Ernest	
Bankier, Dr. John Cassells	
Beattie, Miss Gale 	
Beaulie, Joseph Alfred 	
Black, Miss Zella Victoria	
Blake, Richard Marshall	
Blinko, John Howard 	
Bonar, Robert Blair 	
Booth, Mrs. Beatrice  	
Brand, Mrs. Winnett Alberta	
Burdon, Henry Ridley  —
Carmichael, George Alexander	
Campbell, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth —
Chase, Frederick Nathan	
Copp, Vernon Garfield	
Cornelius, Mrs. Mildred Elizabeth .
Couper, Miss Isabelle Anne	
Cox, Mrs. Winnifred 	
Craig, Alexander-
Craig, Robert James 	
Creech, Edward Philip	
Cunningham, Alexander Thorburn..
Dill, Reginald Hewgill	
Duck, Arthur John
Dudman, Robert John Edward	
Duncan, Robert.—  	
Dunn, Herbert James 	
Elshaw, Bernard..  	
Evans, Mrs. Kathleen Ruth.	
Faulkner, Mrs. Mary Beatrice	
Fetherstonhaugh, William Tobias.
Flynn, Basil William   	
Frogley, Frederick William	
Gammon, Miss Gladys Winnifred.
Garner, Edward   	
Garrett, John George 	
Gates, Alan Geoffrey	
George, Henry Nisbet 	
Gill, John Joseph  	
Godfrey, Clifford Trevor.—	
Grant, William _ 	
Gray, Mrs. Margaret Phyllis.	
Groom, Clifford Joseph 	
Groome, Ernest Frederick 	
Grubert, Jurt _  	
Guss, Harry Charles.
Gutteridge, Wilfred Edward	
Haglof, Mrs. Esther Lily Vilborg .
Hallgreen, Halston Henry	
Harding, John Victor _ _.	
Hardy, Frederick Debs	
Harper, William Henry 	
Hawkins, George Owen	
Hayes, John..
Hedley, Edward Laidler	
Heiland, George Thomas	
Henuset, Joseph Horace Leo .
Hepner, David Stanley	
Hewlett, Robert Charles....	
Highet, Mrs. Sarah Evelyn	
Highways  	
Liquor Control Board	
Recreation and Conservation.
Education  	
Mental Health 	
Mental Health .....
Agriculture.
Public Health.	
Highways _ _
Agriculture	
Attorney-General-
Mental Health...	
Education	
Highways 	
Finance	
Mines and Petroleum Resources .
Mental Health  	
University of Victoria	
Finance 	
Labour...  	
Forest Service   	
Forests 	
Mental Health 	
Public Health 	
Provincial Secretary
Highways 	
Mental Health	
Mines and Petroleum Resources .
Lands 	
Public Works  	
Highways	
Agriculture 	
Public Works  	
Highways 	
Forest Service	
Public Health	
Mental Health 	
Forest Service  	
Attorney-General	
Finance 	
Finance   _	
Forest Service..
Mental Health...
Finance 	
Social Welfare-
Mental Health-
Public Works —
Highways-
Mental Health	
Provincial Secretary-
Mental Health—	
Mental Health	
Public Works 	
Forest Service	
Public Works 	
Finance  	
Attorney-General..
Mental Health.—
Public Works	
Mental Health	
Public Works 	
Public Works.—	
Finance 	
Attorney-General.
Public Works..	
Highways	
Forest Service	
Highways 	
Dec.
Apr.
July
Apr.
Aug.
Nov.
May
Sept,
Apr.
Oct.
June
Mar.
Jan.
May
Apr.
Aug.
June
July
Oct.
Mar.
Apr.
Aug.
May
Aug.
Jan.
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
July
June
Sept.
Mar.
June
June
June
Aug.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Jan.
Sept.
July
June
Aug.
Oct.
Dec.
June
Apr.
Oct.
Sept.
June
Jan.
Nov.
July
Sept.
Oct.
Sept.
Aug.
Feb.
July
Feb.
July
Aug.
Apr.
Sept
Feb.
Feb.
1, 1967
19, 1967
1, 1967
22, 1967
1,1967
18,1967
1, 1967
16,1967
27, 1967
1, 1967
1,1967
1, 1968
1, 1968
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1968
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1.1967
1.1968
25, 1967
15,1967
1,1968
1, 1967
1, 1967
1.1967
1.1968
1, 1967
2, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
6, 1968
1, 1968
1, 1967
1, 1968
12,1967
1,1967
1,1967
1, 1967
1,1967
1,1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1968
1, 1967
1, 1967
1, 1967
7, 1967
13,1967
18,1967
1, 1968
11, 1967
1, 1968
1, 1967
8, 1967
1, 1967
1,1967
1, 1968
1, 1968
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.=Normal Retirement (168).
D.=Death in service (16).
Def. =rDeferred allowance (6).
Dis.=Disability (3).
 S 16
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1967, to March 31, 1968—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Particu
Date
lars
Mar. 1, 1968
N.
May 11
1967
N.
Nov. 1
1967
N.
June 1
1967
N.
July 1
1967
N.
Dec. 22
1967
N.
Sept. 29
1967
N.
Sept. 1,
1967
N.
Sept. 4
1967
N.
Nov. 1
1967
N.
Jan. 1
1968
N.
Oct. 1
1967
N.
Dec. 16
1967
N.
May 12
1967
N.
Apr. 1
1967
N.
May 1
1967
N.
Sept. 1
1967
D.
Dec. 1
1967
D.
Nov. 25
1967
N.
Sept. 1
1967
D.
Mar. 1
1968
N.
Oct. 1
1967
N.
Oct. 1
1967
Dis.
Feb. 1
1968
N.
Sept. 1
1967
N.
Dec. 1
1967
N.
Feb. 1
1968
N.
May 1
1967
N.
May 27
1967
N.
Aug. 5
1967
N.
Apr. 1
1967
N.
May 1
1967
N.
Jan. 1
1968
N.
July 1
1967
N.
July 1
1967
N.
Sept. 1
1967
N.
May 1
1967
D.
Nov. 1
1967
D.
Sept. 6
1967
N.
Nov. 1
1967
N.
Aug. 1
1967
N.
Apr. 8
1967
N.
Oct. 1
1967
N.
Feb. 1
1968
N.
Feb. 1
1968
N.
Oct. 1
1967
N.
Nov. 1
1967
N.
Apr. 1
1967
Def.
June 1
1967
N.
June 12
1967
Def.
May 1
1967
N.
Dec. 13
1967
N.
Aug. 1
1967
N.
Nov. 1
1967
D.
Dec. 3
1967
N.
May 1
1967
Dis.
Oct. 1
1967
N.
Aug. 15
1967
N.
Feb. 1
1968
D.
Feb. 1
1968
N.
Aug. 6
1967
N.
Jan. 1
1968
N.
Nov. 6
1967
N.
May 30
1967
N.
July 1
1967
N.
Aug. 1
1967
N.
Dec. 1
1967
N.
Nov. 1
1967
N.
Hill, John   	
Hjorleifson, Mrs. Leah Virginia 	
Hodges, Mrs. Miriam Birdette	
Hollier, James   	
Holness, Ralph .  	
Howells, Miss Margaret 	
Hudson, Miss Vivienne Georgina —	
Hughes, Edward Rees _ 	
Hume, Mrs. Agnes May 	
Ingram, Miss Mary Isabella 	
Irving, Ernest Nelson	
Jack, James Walker	
Jaffray, William Alexander	
Jarvie, Joseph  	
Jerome, Joseph Alfred 	
Jobb, John Lawson	
Jones, Griffith	
Keenleyside, James Fulton  _
Keir, Clarence Blair   _.
Keirs, Donald Robert Joseph	
Kells, Robert Wood	
Kennelly, Francis John  	
Kenward, Mrs. Margaret Ann Louise -
Kirkpatrick, Dr. Gordon Mackay	
Koeppen, Eberhard 	
Lawson, George Geoffrey 	
Lay, Mrs. Annie Mary	
Lee, Walter  	
Legg, Arthur Charles  	
L'Esperance, Roy Alexander 	
Lewis, Mrs. Constance Beatrice Edith ...
Lind, Knut Elof Hugo 	
Lipsey, Miss Hazel Olive _	
Lowe, Albert Henry	
Lynn, Mrs. Alice    	
MacDonald, Dr. Charles Elliott	
Macintosh, Milton Fraser	
Mansell, John Roland	
Marsden, Mrs. Wilma Clare	
Martin, John Charles	
Martin, William 	
Matthews, Miss Evelyn Margaret	
McCahill, Mrs. Vivian Viola  	
McCook, James Alexander 	
McCully, Andrew Montgomery 	
McVicar, Miss Helen Jean 	
Montgomery, Cecil Carlyle. _
Moore, Mrs. Evelyn May _
Morrison, John Smith 	
Moss, Mrs. Ethel	
Murray, Lewis Cameron  	
Napper, Miss Dorothy Muriel	
Nash, Ronald Frederick	
Neale, Donald 	
Neid, Samuel Anton 	
Newman, Cyril Leslie John	
Nice, James  	
Nicol, Miss Christina Agnes Sadie	
Nolan, Gordon Thomas	
Ogden, Albert	
Oliver, Mrs. Victoria Pearl	
Orchard, Christopher	
Palasty, John  _ 	
Paquette, Omer  	
Pauls, Theodore Rosevelt 	
Pearce, Arthur George. 	
Percival, Cyril   	
Peters, Miss Mildred Beatrice  	
Attorney-General-
Mental Health	
Attorney-General.
Public Works	
Attorney-General.
Mental Health	
Public Health	
Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Mental Health. 	
Public Health— 	
Attorney-General 	
Public Works 	
Public Utilities Commission
Public Works 	
Mental Health	
Public Health  	
Provincial Secretary ....
Highways 	
Liquor Control Board	
Recreation and Conservation .
Liquor Control Board	
Attorney-General  _.
Mental Health 	
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
Social Welfare	
Public Health 	
Mental Health...	
Public Works	
Mental Health	
Attorney-General..
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
Liquor Control Board.
Public Health	
Education 	
Attorney-General_
Mental Health	
Public Health	
Public Works	
Highways..
Provincial Secretary-
Finance 	
Mental Health	
Labour  	
Public Health-
Public Works...
Mental Health...
Mental Health-
Social Welfare._
Public Health-
Public Health-
Public Health...
Public Utilities Commission..
Mental Health	
Liquor Control Board-
Mental Health	
Highways	
Mental Health	
Highways	
Mental Health	
Public Works	
Public Health 	
Forest Service 	
Social Welfare	
Provincial Secretary...
Highways..
Attorney-General..
N.=Normal Retirement (168).
D.=Death in service (16).
Def.=Deferred allowance (6).
Dis.=Disability (3).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1967/68 S 17
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1967, to March 31, 1968—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Mental Health  	
Public Works    	
Mar.  1,1967
Dec.   1, 1967
June   1, 1967
Dec.   1, 1967
Aug.   1, 1967
Feb.   1, 1968
Oct.    6, 1967
May   9, 1967
Feb.   1, 1967
Dec.   1, 1967
Nov.   1, 1967
Aug.   1, 1967
July    1,1967
July 20, 1967
June 10,1967
July    1,1967
May 13, 1967
June   1,1967
Nov.   1,1967
Apr.   1, 1967
Oct.    1,1967
Jan.    1, 1968
Mar.   1, 1968
July    1, 1967
Oct.    1, 1967
Apr.   1, 1967
Mar.   1, 1968
Nov.   1, 1967
July    1, 1967
July    1, 1967
May   1, 1967
Feb.   1, 1968
Jan.    1, 1968
June   1, 1967
Aug.   1, 1967
Apr.   1, 1967
Apr.   1,1967
Mar.   1, 1968
Mar.   1, 1968
Nov.   1, 1967
Apr.   1,1967
July    1, 1967
Apr.   1,1967
Dec. 21, 1967
Sept.  1,1967
May 20, 1967
July    1, 1967
Apr.   1, 1967
Oct. 14, 1967
Feb.   1, 1968
Sept.  1, 1967
Nov.   1, 1967
June   1, 1967
Mar. 21, 1968
Aug. 19,1967
Sept.  1,1967
Nov.   1, 1967
D.
N.
Dis.
Public Health
N.
Public Health. 	
Mental Health	
N.
N.
Def.
Mental Health	
Recreation and Conservation 	
Mental Health    	
Public Health...  	
N.
D.
N.
N.
Ritchie, Cecil Edward 	
Education .—	
N.
N.
Robertson, Charles Martin 	
Highways.... 	
N.
N.
Mental Health.	
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
Forest Service  	
N.
N.
Health Services and Hospital Insurance	
Mental Health	
Forest Service  	
Public Works 	
Highways..	
Lands 	
Highways 	
Education  	
Forest Service	
Mental Health	
Social Welfare   	
D.
N.
N.
N.
Stephens, Oswald  	
N.
N.
Stewart, James 	
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Finance   	
N.
N.
Vankoughnett, George Arthur..	
Forest Service	
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
Lands  	
Public Health   	
Mental Health 	
Mental Health    	
Agriculture  	
Recreation and Conservation —	
N.
N.
N.
Ward, Mrs. Charlotte Elizabeth
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Wheeler, Harold Robert    .
N.
Public Health       	
N.
White, William	
Mental Health    ...
Finance  	
N.
Wilding, Mrs. Myrtle 	
N.
N.
Public Health	
Public Works   	
Public Health  	
Mental Health 	
Attorney-General	
N.
Wood, Fred	
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
Mental Health   	
N.
Public Works _.	
N.
N.=Normal Retirement (168).
D.=Death in service (16).
Def.=Deferred allowance (6).
Dis.=DisabiIity (3).
 S 18 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1968
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular    $898,516
Voluntary       82,752
  $981,268
Employer—•
Miscellaneous statutory  $959,507
Less refund abatements      344,696
     614,811
Transfers from Part I—Superannuation Fund      119,423
Provided from Consolidated Revenue re Schedule C, section 58a, and section 58b supplementary allowances (as per contra)        46,311
Interest received from Minister of Finance      847,434
     $2,609,247
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from Fund  $369,827
Provided from Consolidated Revenue re Schedule C, section 58a, and section 58b supplementary allowances
(as per contra)        46,311
  $416,138
Refunds     402,306
Transfers to Part I—Superannuation Fund      148,163
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund          4,828
  971,435
Net increase during year      $1,637,812
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1, 1967     17,655,364
Deposits with Treasury, March 31, 1968   $19,293,176
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1967/68 S 19
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Retirement Fund as at March 31, 1968
Cash and securities held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on Page E 19 of the
Public Accounts, 1967/68—
Cash in chartered banks in Canada         $155,507
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value     19,137,669
Par Value
Province of British Columbia  $28,000
Province of Ontario  5,000
Province of Quebec  9,000
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority  10,835,500
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing
Authority  1,340,000
British Columbia municipalities  1,121,000
British Columbia improvement districts  1,366,300
British Columbia school districts  4,809,800
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company  97,000
$19,611,600
$19,293,176
Retirement Fund distribution—
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of current pensions     $2,757,584
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions     $8,052,908
Employees' voluntary contributions  417,613
$8,470,521
Employer matching contributions      8,052,908
 ■    16,523,429
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the " B.C. Ferries "
Division  1,332
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former employees, as per Schedule No. 2  10,831
$19,293,176
 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, 1968
Name
Department
Amount
Allan, James Bayne..
Anderson, N. W _
Baker, Wilfred H.	
Barnard, Michael John.
Bizicki, Alex	
Bjorkman, Ellard O..
Byers, D	
Carlson, Alma	
Chalmers, Stephen Kent-
Charman, F.— 	
Chernoff, George N.—_
Cook, William Francis..
D'Esterre, S. B.
Dumont, Machel Victor 	
Elliott, Charles Francis Desmond.
Fehr, G. L	
Franklin, A. E 	
Gillies, Bernard	
Harvey, David G	
Hore, Brian Trevor..
Isabelle, Paul E	
Janzen, John 	
Jenner, Douglas Arnold-
Jones, John Thophileis	
Jorgenson, D. G 	
Kennedy, G  	
Keyowski, John. 	
Knox, W. G.      	
Krahn, Jake Henry	
Lariviere, Mrs. Hattie Marie..
Lindberg, Theodore Ivar	
Marsiske, Wolfgang...
McKinnon, Mrs. Catherine E—	
O'Neill, Martin Charles —
Palmer, B _ _	
Roberts, T. H 	
Sanderson, Mrs. Kathleen Patricia
Schmilinsky, Erhart- 	
Shaw, Mrs. Dorothy Mildred	
Smith, A...
Turner, George—	
Vandrishe, Edmond_
Total of 42 unclaimed money accounts .
Highways	
Public Works....
Highways..	
Forest Service...
Highways..	
Forest Service-
Public Works-
Mental Health..
Highways—	
Agriculture	
Public Works -
Public Works-
Highways	
Highways 	
Highways	
Public Works-
Public Works....
Highways-
Forest Service-
Highways	
Forest Service.
Public Works...
Highways.	
Forest Service..
Public Works-
Public Works-
Highways	
Forest Service.
Highways-
Social Welfare  	
Recreation and Conservation-
Mental Health 	
Public Health	
Highways 	
Public Works	
Highways— 	
Health Service	
Highways  	
Education.  	
Lands  	
Highways.	
Highways  	
$693.48
4.54
23.95
72.27
440.95
9.18
8.21
216.81
43.78
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
15.34
117.36
1.22
43.88
39.45
5.09
19.51
98.10
47.48
121.17
4,033.91
42.89
1.09
4.36
77.86
21.26
1.43
9.63
13.76
2,980.83
$10,830.78
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1967/68
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, May 1, 1947, to March 31, 1968, Subdivided
According to Sex of Contributor
Allowances
Fiscal Year
Number of
Contributors
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
12
87
4
7
7
1949/50	
2,346
78
350
8
22
	
2
	
43
1951/52	
1,886
66
637
13
14
3
...
79
1953/54	
1,878
2,386
125
256
10
19
113
1955/56	
150
316
21
18
5
141
Non-active	
34
14
1956/57	
2,331
102
332
30
18
1
	
158
Non-active	
98
2,826
26
145
416
26
19
176
1957/58	
1
Non-active™	
72
13
1958/59
2,773
202
442
34
23
8
191
Non-active	
164
24
1959/60.    ..   .
3,154
281
360
52
20
3
4
207
3
Non-active	
114
9
1960/61	
3,040
267
393
48
11
1
7
211
4
Non-active.	
71
14
1961/62	
3,085
284
450
67
18
1
3
.
226
5
Non-active	
135
32
1962/63	
3,652
359
400
68
13
 .
6
	
233
5
Non-active	
109
27
1963/64	
3,845
374
383
81
18
	
10
241
5
Non-active	
126
18
1
1964/65
3,737
131
399
30
431
59
35
2
6
1
270      1        6
Non-active	
1965/66 	
2,989         315
451
74
36
1
13
293      j        7
Non-active	
82    I      15
I
1966/67	
3,147
384
397
59
39
11
321      1       7
Non-active	
106
22
1
1967/68..	
3,249
386
351
76
44
3
13
	
352      |      10
Non-active	
160
19
1
1
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, 1967/68
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
S 23
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1958, to March 31, 1968—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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3
i
3
—
14
2
—
5
-
2
1
15
6
13
81
1
....
72
3
Totals	
3
i
3
—
16
.... | ._
.... | . 3 |. _
3
15 |    6 | 13 | 82
.._
75
1959/60—
Normal retirement—
Death	
3
i
....
-
2
16
1
1
-
1
—
2
171    7
-1-
13
80
1
2
86
4
Totals -    .
3 |    1 | ....
—
2
17
1
—
1
—
2
17 |    7
13
81
2
90
1960/61—
Normal retirement—
Death _ 	
2      1
—
—
9
1
—
4
—
2
~1
18
8
13
76
1
2
93
4
Totals	
2 |    1 | .... | ._.
.._
9
1
.._
4
—
18 |    8 1 13
77
75
1
"76"
2
7
_7
97
1961/62—
Normal retirement...
Death	
...
5
14
1
—
2
18
8
13
13
105
4
Totals 	
_ | .._
5
14
.... | .... | .... |    1
._
2
18
8
109
1962/63—
Normal retirement
Death	
3
1
—
1
8
-8~
1
;;;;;;:
4
....
20
8
14
71
1
8
112
4
Totals	
3
1
—
1
.... | .._
4|_|    1
20 |    8
14
72
8
116
1963/64—
Normal retirement	
Death	
3
--
i
....
14
-
3
i
-
5
—
20
7
14
14
66
1
9
125
4
Totals	
3
.._
—
i
14
3|    1
5
—
20
7
67
9
129
1964/65—
Normal retirement	
Death	
1
4
2
....
4
26
1
2
2
l
20
9
16
64
1
12
150
4
Totals	
1|    4|    2
_..
4
26
1 |    2 | .... |    2
1
20 |    9
16
65
12
154
1965/66—
Normal and deferred-
Death. 	
5
4
4
....
6
18
1
1
1
3
—
24
12
19
61
1
18
161
4
Totals	
5 |    4 |    4 | _ |    6 | 18
1|    1|    1
3 1-
24
12 I 19 1 62 1 18 1 165
1966/67—
Normal and deferred-
Death    	
1
6
6
—
—
22
4
"26"
2
....
4
--
23
18
25
"25"
57
1
"58"
18
"18'
178
8
Totals-   _
1|    6,|    6
—
—
2 | .... | .._
4
—
5
23
18
186
1967/68—
Normal and deferred-
Death	
1
2
3
2
38
2
--
1
2
10
23
19
28
55
1
20
....
206
10
Totals	
2
3
2
40
—
1
2
10
23
19
28
56
20
?16
 S 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1967, to March 31, 1968
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Adshead, Henry  	
Bain, Frederick John _
Brown, Victor 	
Bryan, Turor Charles Vernon..
Bryant, Mrs. Freda	
Emmot, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth-
Faucett, Roland  	
Giles, George Harry	
Gillard, Cyril	
Gillett, George William .
Handley, Cyril North.
Hansen, Hans Andreas	
Hedstrom, Ragmar Ossian Bud-
Hoist, Borger .
Hunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Mary Julia
Hutchison, William Russell	
James, William George 	
Kelley, Robert Campbell-	
King, Edgar Richard _ ..
Koenig, Johann _	
Macklin, John Henry  	
Marshall, Robert Miller.-	
Martin, Frank Harrop— 	
Masloff, Mike Williams _	
Materi, Anton	
McArdon, Donald 	
McArthy, Charles Bartlett ._
McEachern, William Amos..
McKenzie, William Bruce	
McLennan, Donald M	
McLeod, Donald	
Nicoll, John	
Osing, Kristian Jorgensen	
Pleasance, Reginald Ambrose..
Richards, Mervin John  	
Richardson, Francis Kenneth _
Ringma, Richard 	
Schmidt, Anton  	
Schneider, Phillipe  	
Schreyers, John Thomas	
Strand, Tor Torsten	
Tedesco, John .
Thompson, Alvin Vivian	
Tournier, Charles Louis Marie..
Valcourt, Mr. Rene Emil„
Whitehead, John Ducklow	
Wilson, Donald Robert  -
Highways  _	
Highways 	
Highways  	
Highways 	
Recreation and Conservation .
Public Utilities Commission ...
Highways _	
Highways  	
Highways 	
Highways 	
Public Works 	
Highways	
Highways _	
Highways  	
Social Welfare	
Highways.
Highways .
Water Resources-
Highways 	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways 	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways 	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways 	
Highways	
Forest Service	
Highways _.
Highways	
Highways	
Aug.
Dec.
Nov.
Apr.
June 3
Jan. 5
Dec. 1
Mar. 12
Aug. 1
Apr. 20
Oct. 26
Apr. 1
Aug. 29
Oct. 12;
Nov. 1
June 1
Aug. 1
Mar. 2
Apr. 15
Jan. 17
Apr. 1
July 1
Aug. 17
July 1
Dec. 1
Aug. 1
Feb. 1
Aug. 1
May 1
May 1
Oct. 1
Jan. 1
June 28
Feb. 1
July 25
Aug. 1
June 1
Feb. 1
Apr. 1
Feb. 1
Aug. 1
Jan. 1
Aug. 1
Jan. 1
Oct. 1
June 1
Sept. 1
1967
1967
1967
1967
1967
1968
1967
1968
1967
1967
1967
1967
1967
1967
1967
1967
1967
1968
1967
1968
1967
1967
1967
1967
1967
1967
1968
1967
1967
1967
1967
1968
1967
1967
1967
1967
1967
1968
1967
1968
19C-7
1968
1967
1968
1967
1967
1967
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.=Normal retirement (44).
D.=Death in service (2).
Def.=Deferred allowance (1).
Dis.=Disability (0).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1967/68
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
S 25
Death Benefit Payments Made during the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1968
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Scott, Richard Edward	
Lazenby, Thomas Cross-
Massy, Gordon Eyre	
Sanderson, George.
Denny, Thomas Clement-
Price, Arthur Alfred	
Paepke, Ernest L	
Brynjolfson, Edward	
Booker, Albert James	
Nation, Harold Turton	
King, Walter 	
Buchanan, William	
Godfrey, Isaac	
Kenworthy, Miss Isabel Elizabeth-
Field, Henry..
Davies, Cecil Wynne	
Freeze, Arthur Gordon-
Olson, Melvin Casper	
Robbins, William Alan-
Cameron, Neil	
Field, Joseph-
Jeffrey, George	
Matthews, Allan Fraser..
Truran, Richard 	
Buckett, Albert William..
Millicheap, Thomas Archibald-
Mclsaac, Neil Alexander	
Craig, George-
Owens, Thomas Patrick-
Reid, Phillipa E. W..
Kellington, Willson Cook..
Windt, Henry Gladstone...
Whitwell, James Herbert-
Leslie, John Allan	
Remnant, Stanley James Richard-
Cochrane, William Hutchin	
Kinloch, Charles William	
Malcolm, Mabel M	
Brooks, Edward Samuel.	
Rebagliati, John Carl	
McGregor, Alfred Robert-
Summers, William	
Roe, George _. 	
Williams, William G	
Neary, John A	
Forsyth, Duncan	
Wasylyk, Stephen	
Wood, Henry Nichol	
Frost, Smith Cameron..
McNab, Alexander	
Broughton, Frank	
Gunn, William K	
Towell, Albert Seymour..
McPhail, John W	
Mastin, James 	
Weston, William P.	
Byers, William-
Campbell, Alan John	
Borde, Leon Hippolyte..
Scott, William James	
Lay, Gordon Vincent	
McLean, Angus A..
MacDonald, James Gibson..
Wyatt, Percy Seymour	
Lees, Jack	
Silburn, George..
Amyot, Dr. Gregoire F...
Morris, Charles H 	
January 21, 1967	
February 5, 1967—
March 15, 1967	
March 17, 1967	
March 21, 1967	
March 28, 1967	
April 2, 1967	
April 17, 1967	
April 17, 1967	
April 21, 1967	
April 21, 1967	
April 23, 1967	
April 23, 1967	
April 29, 1967	
April 29, 1967	
April 30, 1967	
May 1,1967	
May 4, 1967	
May 7,1967	
May 8, 1967	
May 10, 1967	
May 15, 1967	
May 24, 1967	
May 26, 1967	
May 30, 1967	
June 2, 1967	
June 13, 1967	
June 13, 1967	
June 17, 1967. _
June 21, 1967	
June 27, 1967	
July 11, 1967-
July 12, 1967_
July 30, 1967-
August 7, 1967	
August 9, 1967	
August 14, 1967	
August 15, 1967	
August 26, 1967	
September 3, 1967—
September 18, 1967-
September 29, 1967..
October 1, 1967	
October 22, 1967	
October 27, 1967	
November 16, 1967-
November 22, 1967-
November 24, 1967-
November 24, 1967..
December 2, 1967	
December 3, 1967	
December 7, 1967	
December 8, 1967	
December 8, 1967	
December 20, 1967-
December 20, 1967...
December 22, 1967...
December 24, 1967-
January 1,1968	
January 4, 1968	
January 5, 1968	
January 7, 1968	
January 8, 1968	
January 15, 1968	
January 16, 1968	
January 25, 1968.	
January 25, 1968	
February 6, 1968	
$600
500
500
1,000
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
1,000
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
500
500
500
500
500
700
500
500
500
600
500
500
500
700
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
1,000
1,000
500
500
 S 26 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART III.—DEATH BENEFITS FUND—Continued
Death Benefit Payments Made during the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1968—Continued
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Stephenson, Albert T	
Bellerose, Edgar G	
Hawkins, George O	
LaGrave, Henry Josias..
Fairful, Kenneth M	
February 15, 1968..
February 18, 1968-
March 9, 1968	
March 12, 1968—
March 25, 1968.	
Total of 73 death benefit payments made..
$500
500
1,000
900
500
$41,500
Sixty at $500 ___.
Two at $600 ____.
Two at $700 _____
One at $900 _____
Eight at $1,000
Summary of Payments
$30,000
1,200
1,400
900
8,000
Total  $41,500
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1969
230-169-853
  

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