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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Nineteenth Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
CIVIL SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
For the Year Ended March 31st
1954
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1955
  To His Honour Clarence Wallace, C.B.E.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
Mayit please Your Honour: tk ~JI-
The undersigned respectfully submits the Report of the Business Done in Pursuance
of the "Civil Service Superannuation Act " during the fiscal year 1953-54.
|      " WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C., February 1st, 1955.
 The Honourable Wesley D. Black, \J' :. v%if
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to lay before you the Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the I Civil Service Superannuation Act " during the fiscal year 1953-54.   fjl
If ■ I have the honour to be,
;-;;•.;.;  /;   \   ,        ,/ Sir,   E %
,^ ^ Your obedient servant, |
R. A. PENNINGTON,      jf
Superannuation Commissioner.
January 31st, 1955.
 SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1953-54
REPORT OF THE BUSINESS DONE IN PURSUANCE OF THE I CIVIL SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT » DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1953-54
'■%   Part I.—Civil Service Superannuation Fund
Sections 4, 7, 8, and P.—Regular contributions received from employees amounted
to $1,480,027.69. Employer contributions received amounted to $1,480,056.56, consisting of $1,478,998.55 provided by the Minister of Finance and $1,058.01 provided
by the Inspector of Dykes and Commissioner of the dyking districts. As at March 31st,
1954, there were 8,090 contributors to the Fund.
Section 11.—Special voluntary contributions received from employees amounted
to $253,532.22. As at March 31st, 1954, there were 1,689 employees making special
voluntary contributions.
Section 13.—As at March 31st, 1954, deposits with the Treasury at credit of the
Civil Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $32,607,231.27.
Section 14.—Interest in the amount of $1,488,648.49 was received from the Minister
of Finance, calculated at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, based on the credit balances
in the Fund on April 1st, 1953, and October 1st, 1953, and credited as at September 30th,
1953, and March 31st, 1954, respectively.
Section 15.—(1) (a) A net total of $432,066.66 was transferred from the Employer's Account to the Special Reserve Account pursuant to various sections of the Act.
Prior-service pension payments chargeable to the Special Reserve Account amounted
to $78,242.38. ft f
Section 16.—Former employees who were reinstated in the service of the Government made payments toward the reinstatement of their superannuation accounts amounting to $4,457.66.   |"       H f||    § .   fr Ip
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 statement of revenue and expenditure and
the balance-sheet appended hereto.
Section 18.—(1) Superannuation allowances were granted to sixty-nine contributors
pursuant to this subsection. For analysis see statements of comparative statistics
appended hereto. jf
(5) Pursuant to this subsection and agreement entered into between the Governments of Canada and the Province of British Columbia, as authorized by the "Police
and Prisons Regulation Act Amendment Act, 1950," a total of $6,038.05 was received
from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Account and credited to Special
Reserve, being return of employer contributions not required for pension purposes in
respect of twelve former members of the British Columbia Provincial Police who were
subsequently discharged after transfer to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
(6) and (7) Regular contributions received from employees of a Board of School
Trustees to whom these subsections apply amounted to $1,494.98. An equal amount
was received from the appropriation provided by " Special Assistance in the Cost of
Education Act Amendment Act, 1946," as a contribution from the employer to the Fund.
^ (8) An amount of $52,646.05 was expended in supplementing pensions pursuant to
Schedule B and section 29 (2). The Minister of Finance reimbursed the Fund for this
amount out of Consolidated Revenue.
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Section 19.—(2) The Minister of Finance provided an amount of $1,627.21 in
accordance with the provisibfls of this subsection, as an employer contribution in respect
of contributors whose superannuation classifications have been changed by reason of
the reducton of their retirement age under the " Civil Service Act." j
Section 21.—(1) Superannuation allowances were granted to dependents of ten
employees who died while in service. '''flap'- § #
%ctio&23.—Refunds totalling $19,293.71 were made to the widow or estate in the
case of fourteen contributors who died while in service. |
Section 24.—(1) Refunds totalling $478,816.78 were made to 1,184 contributors
who left the service of the Government. §
|■# (2) Superannuation allowances were granted to three employees pursuant to this
subsection.
Wm (3) An amount of 14,040.35 was transferred to the contributors' credit in
Employees' Suspense Account in respect of twenty-five former employees who were out
of the service of the Government for more than three years. fjj
tet£ Section 28.—Administration expenses amounting to $33,642.48 were paid from
Special Reserve pursuant to this section and apportioned as follows: Civil Service Superannuation Fund, $27,494.77, and Retirement Fund, $6,147.71.
Spi Section 29.—(2) The provisions of this subsection utilized to provide funds for
small additional allowances granted pursuant to subsections (7), (8), and (9) of section
19 before said subsections were deleted by the I Civil Service Superannuation Act
Amendment Act, 1951." f|
Part II.—Retirement Fund
Section 42.—Regular contributions received from employees amounted to
$393,846.22. Employer contributions received amounted to $393,776.03, consisting
of $393,590.95 provided by the Minister of Finance and $185.08 provided by the
Inspector of Dykes and Commissioner of the dyking districts. Special voluntary contributions received from employees amounted to $13,048.12. As at March 31st, 1954,
there were 2,003 contributors to the Fund. |j jfc
M Section 43.—Interest in the amount of $178,550.79 was received from the Minister
of Finance, calculated at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, in the same manner as under
Part I of the Act. :_§. |f;-' '$%$$■■     mi       !ik
Section 46.—(2) Superannuation allowances were granted to nineteen contributors
pursuant to this subsection. For analysis see statements of comparative statistics appended
hereto.   '     ' . .     ■ . j|
|t? (3) An amount of $18,712.71 was expended to supplement pension payments
granted in accordance with Schedule C of the Act. The Minister of Finance reimbursed
the Fund for this amount out of Consolidated Revenue. §§
Section 48.—(1) Refunds totalling $138,530.47 were made to 266 contributors
who left the service of the Government. W jf §
R Legislation }*f
During the 1953 Session of the Legislature significant amendments were made to
the I Civil Service Superannuation Act," the most important being:—
(1) No new allowances could be granted under Schedules B or C.   Section 53
now specifies the minimum allowance to be $40 per month to age 70 for
the pensioner and $40 per month to age 70 for the wife, or widow.
(2) The calculation of the maximum allowance was changed from two-thirds
of the average yearly salary during the last fifteen years of service to
70 per cent for a single person and 80 per cent for a married person, based
on the average yearly salary during the last ten years of service.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT GG 7
(3) Additions were made to the optional plans of allowance to allow a contributor to select a portion of the allowance to be paid on a temporary
• 3$> annuity to age 70 at the rate of $40 per month for himself and a further
$40 per month for his wife. This device makes it possible for a contributor
to select a plan under which payments would 1 fit in " with payments under
the Federal 1 Old Age Security Act." |
^ (4) The re-employment section was changed to increase the permissible earnings before a superannuation allowance is adjusted. The old limits of
$150 for a married person and $100 for a single person were changed to
$200 per month for a married person and $125 per month for a single
person. These amounts are inclusive of the employer portion of the
allowance, which means that each case varies accordingly.
(5) A supplementary service bonus payable until age 70 of $1 per month for
each year of service for the employee and 50 cents per month for each year
of service for the wife, or widow, was granted to all persons in receipt of
a superannuation allowance on April 1st, 1953. These were granted,
regardless of plan of allowance, with certain limitations. The present
value of these allowances was charged to the Special Reserve on April 1st,
1953, shown opposite section 51 on the table below. For allowances
granted after April 1st, 1953, the present value of the bonus was added to
the account prior to the granting of the allowance and the amount was
similarly transferred from the Special Reserve Account to the Contributory
Pensions Account. These amounts are shown opposite section 52 in the
table below. Where the joint Funds were not sufficient to provide the minimum allowance provided in section 53—namely $40 per month until the
contributor reached age 70 and a further $40 per month until Ids wife
reached age 70—a further amount was transferred from Special Reserve to
provide the above minimum pensions. The amount in respect of pensions
granted during the year 1953-54 is shown opposite section 53 in the table
below. The effect of the institution of the supplementary service bonus on
the pension payments may be noted by comparing the total allowances paid
during the year 1952-53 as being $848,411, compared with the amount
paid during the year 1953-54, being $1,073,758.
Transfers from Special Reserve to Contributory Pensions Account of Present Value
of Supplementary Service Bonuses, etc., Granted during the Fiscal Year 1953-54
Part I Part II Total
Section 51  $731,492.40 $40,811.92 $772,304.32
Section 52     162,143.33      m      9,262.66 171,405.99
Section 53         2,948.27 5,762.03 8,710.30
%  . JJT"1 $896,584.00      I  $55,836.61 j§--      $952,420.61
lit R. A. PENNINGTON,
|f Superannuation Commissioner.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART I.—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year Ended
March 3 1st, 1954
Revenue
Deposits with Treasury, April 1st, 1953 'WSSSS&Sp _—___„
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Sections 7 and 8 j -_. $1,459,013.20
Add net transfers from Retirement Fund
(Part II)   21,014.49
$1,480,027.69
Section 16   4,457.66
Section 18  (6)  1,494.98
Section 11, voluntary. m§ $254,350.67
Less net transfers to Retirement Fund (Part II)_ 818.45
       253,532.22
Contributions in Suspense Account-.,,—|—c| 5.91
$29,506,088.97
Employer—
Section 4 (2)  $1,058.01
Section 9      1,478,998.55
$1,739,518.46
Section 18 (7)
Section 19 (2)
$1,480,056.56
1,494.98
1,627.21
1,483,175.75
Provided out of Consolidated Revenue pursuant to Schedule B and
section 29 (2) as per contra „ 1         52,646.05
Interest received from Minister of Finance pursuant to section 14     1,488,648.49
Received from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Account
pursuant to section 18 (5)  6,038.05
4,770,029.80
$34,276,118.77
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Prior-service pensions ,__„„__--_____„________       $78,242.38
Contributory pensions        995,516.36
Provided out of Consolidated Revenue pursuant to
Schedule B and section 29 (2) as per contra....        52,646.05
Refunds—
Section 23        $19,293.71
Section 24 ___. 1       478,816.78
Transfer to Dominion Civil Service Superannuation Fund pursuant to
section 18 (5) 	
Administrative expense pursuant to section 28 --——
$1,126,404,73
498,110.49
16,877.45
27,494.77
$1,668,887.50
Balance, deposits with Treasury, March 31st, 1954    32,607,231.27
jl -§ .iff $34,276,118.77
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT Gq 9
PART L—CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Balance-sheet as at March 3 1st, 1954
Assets
Deposits with Treasury.  $32,607,231.27
$32,607,231.27
Liabilities *======
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of
current pensions, other than prior-service portion.____ j     $8,710,975.07
Special Reserve Account 1 1      3,988,262.34
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions     $9,276,780.02
Employees'voluntary contributions _„      1,329,781.32
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$10,606,561.34
Employer contributions      9,276,674.20
I fll   —     19,883,235.54
Employees' Suspense Account, unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees' accounts, as per Schedule No. 1  24,752.41
Suspense Account, prepaid contributions __  5.91
$32,607,231.27
Present value of superannuation allowances as at March 31st, 1954:—
Pensions chargeable to Contributory Pensions Account $8,322,252.00
Prior-service pensions  . -       697,855.00
$9,020,107.00
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Female
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Schedule No. 1.—Unclaimed Moneys in the Civil Service Superannuation Fund
at Credit of Former Employees' Accounts as at March 31st, 1954
Name
Banfield, Arthur L	
Beamish, James E.   1——-
Berry, Mrs. Frances E. (nee Hobden)-
Blair, Annie 	
Bond, Aileen Mary	
Brinkman, Louise Sadie	
Brookes, Mrs. Vivian  	
Brown, Joanne Victoria	
Brydon, Georgina        	
Campbell, Mrs. Suzanne Isabel	
Carey, Ruth E.        	
Caswell, Edith Mary	
Cashato, Oliffe     	
Christie, Hugh Graham	
Cochran, Wilbur 	
Doran, Mrs. Jean     	
Dutcher, Mrs. Ursula E	
Ebert, George A	
Fraser, R. B.          	
Gardner, Mrs. Diana E. (nee Whitall).
Greenlaw, K. K.     	
Heaton, Mrs. Bertha Mary	
Hinds, Edward     —
Hoyle, Henry W. 	
Jonsson, Douglas William	
Longton, Florence Mary   	
MacPherson, Mary Elizabeth	
Maggiora, Mar'e Corinne	
Martin, Leslie C. 	
Mercer, Miss A. L. 	
Mitchell, William James	
McCrae, Mrs. Helen Dalrymple...
Maclnnes, William Hedley	
McKay, Gordon Eldon 	
McLaughlin, John Lloyd	
Neilson, Mrs. Clarabelle	
Nesbitt, Mrs. J. K. (nee Gordon).
Parker, James D.     	
Patterson, K. D. T. M	
Petto, Emma   	
Raino, Mrs. Margaret	
Raper, G. St. J	
Rhodes, Edna  |	
Romonchuk, Victoria	
Samuel, Mrs. Helen Josephine.	
Scott, Verna        |||	
Swales, Leonard Herbert	
Taylor, George Robinson	
Torpy, Katherine 	
Turgeon, Mrs. Claire Marie	
Wall, Katherine 	
Wallis, Edward C.	
Watson, Gladys Kate	
Williams, E.  :	
Wilson, Constance M	
Young, Jacob Arthur	
Department
Totals.
Attorney-General	
Agriculture     	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Social Welfare	
Social Welfare 	
Provincial Secretary-
Social Welfare	
Public Health 	
Social Welfare	
Public Utilities	
Social Welfare 	
Attorney-General	
Labour 	
Public Health	
Forest Service	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Forest Service	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Lands   _ 	
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Social Welfare	
Public Health	
Finance 	
Public Health	
Forest Service 	
Trade and Industry-
Social Welfare     	
Provincial Secretary-
Attorney-General 	
Attorney-General	
Public Health     	
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Finance 	
Provincial Secretary-
Public Health  	
Public Works	
Provincial Secretary-
Provincial Secretary.
Provincal Secretary-
Public Health   	
Attorney-General	
Attorney-General	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Provincial Secretary-
Attorney-General 	
Public Health	
Education   	
Attorney-General	
Amount
$960.21
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STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
Ended March 3 1st, 1954     |g
Revenue
Deposits with Treasury, April 1st, 1953  $3,496,900.47
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Section 42 (1) and (2) _  $414,860.71
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Contributions in Suspense Account  11.77
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Section 4 (2) |     $185.08
Section 42 (3)     393,590.95 1
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Provided out of Consolidated Revenue pursuant to Schedule
C and section 29 (2) as per contra       18,712.71
Interest received from Minister of Finance pursuant to section 43     178,550.79
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Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Contributory pensions   $28,035.34
Provided out of Consolidated Revenue pursuant to Schedule C and section 29 (2) as
per contra     18,712.71
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Refunds, section 48 (1)     138,530.47
Administration expense pursuant to section 28         6,147.71 §
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Balance, deposits with Treasury, March 31st, 1954 1     4,303,419.88
$4,494,846.11
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PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Balance-sheet as at March 3 1st, 1954
Assets
Deposits with Treasury.  $4,303,419.88
f $4,303,419.88
Liabilities
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for payment of
current pensions 1 ________    $237,357.06
Special Reserve Account       688,105.90
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions-.. 1  $1,673,672.20
Employees' voluntary contributions i        27,638.28
$1,701,310.48
Employer contributions ______ § 1     1,673,602.01
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Employees' Suspense Account, unclaimed moneys at credit of former
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Suspense Account, prepaid contributions  11,77
$4,303,419.88
Present value of superannuation allowances as at March 31st, 1954, $240,887.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, May 1st, 1947, to March 31st, 1954
Subdivided According to Sex of Contributor
Fiscal Year
Number of
Contributors
Male
1947-48—
1948-49—
1949-50—
1950-51—
1951-52—
1952-53-...
1953-54—
1,563
2,100
2,346
2,340
1,886
1,701
1,878
Female
12
17
78
39
66
70
125
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Male   I Female
Allowances
Number of
Allowances
Granted
Male
Female
Number of
Deaths and
Expirations
Male
Female
87
322
350
576
637
306
256
4
8
8
27
13
17
10
7
16
22
26
14
15
19
2
1
3
Number of
Allowances in
Force at End
of Year
Male    Female
7
23
43
68
79
94
113
Comparative Statistics, May 1st, 1947, to March 31st, 1954—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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94
12
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT
PART II.—RETIREMENT FUND—Continued
GG 19
Schedule No. 2.—Unclaimed Moneys in Retirement Fund at Credit of
Former Employees' Accounts as at March 31st, 1954
Name
Department
Anderson, N.W.-_-—
Bennett, Dr. Joseph Edgar.
Charman,F	
Charnell, Gordon Stanley _
Chernoff, George N	
Cook, George	
Cook, William Francis —
D'Esterre, Sidney B. W	
Edstrom,M	
Fehr, G. L	
Ferguson, Arthur Fredrick
Fors,Thure	
FranJdin, A. E	
Gronlund, Carl Maurtiz—
Hick,H	
Holland, G.R 	
Hood, Neil LeRoy	
Johnson, Irie Mellard	
Joyner, Merle	
Kennedy, G	
Kent, W. A	
Knox,W.G	
Lewis, John	
McDonald, Dougal Geral...
McFarlane, Charles Lewis.
McGinnis, John	
McMyn, Frank	
Madge, Henry	
Magness, Donald	
Masterson, J. G	
Miller, Richard	
Mosher, Allan Findlay	
Olson, Henry Agustus	
Qualtierie, J	
Rankins, William	
Rice, Ronald MacLaren	
Schmidt, N. J	
Shaw, D. M	
Simoens, Leon	
Sinclair, G	
Starkey, S. S	
Swanson, C	
Templeman, E. B	
Watson, L. L	
Wilson, G	
Woolley, Ellis A..._.
Wright, L. W	
Total	
Public Works	
Agriculture	
Agriculture	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Lands and Forests
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Finance	
Forest Service	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Forest Service	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Amount
$4.54
543.13
7.47
40.24
38.47
41.85
48.97
235.76
6.42
8.05
37.48
15.58
1.26
100.10
1.61
10.45
69.79
8.54
35.61
43.88
18.86
5.09
42.15
3.78
15.89
13.79
53.58
3.32
98.55
14.15
48.45
1.23
157.30
524.26
69.87
114.49
6.69
1.43
155.41
.50
9.55
11.21
14.36
11.59
22.78
308.78
6.40
$3,032.66
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1955
160-255-4392
 

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