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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Twenty-seventh Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
TEACHERS' PENSIONS
ACT
for the Period
JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31
1967
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 Teachers' Pensions Act during the period January 1, 1967, to
December 31, 1967.
WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, British Columbia, December 3,1968.
 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 Teachers' Pensions Act during the period January 1, 1967, to
December 31,1967.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
December 2,1968.
W. H. FORREST,
Commissioner of Teachers' Pensions.
 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT
ANNUAL REPORT
Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the Teachers'
Pensions Act during the Period January 1, 1967,
to December 31, 1967
Sections 6 and 7.—Contributions received from teachers totalled $7,178,000,
consisting of basic contributions of $6,591,237, extra and voluntary contributions
of $560,917, individual repayment of refunds for reinstatement of $10,689, and
individual contributions for approved periods of leave of absence of $15,157.
As at December 31, 1967, there were 18,994 teachers making current contributions, of whom 118 were employed by other than school districts. In addition,
there were open accounts in the following categories:—
Teachers out of service less than two years  2,435
Teachers with deferred vested pension rights      151
2,586
Teachers out of service more than two years  1,814
Section 8 (1).—Employer basic contributions received from the Minister of
Finance based on 17,388 teachers contributing in December, 1966, amounted to
$4,890,564.
Section 8 (3).—Employer contributions received from the British Columbia
Teachers' Federation and employers other than school districts for teachers on loan,
etc., amounted to $47,432. As at December 31, 1967, there were 118 teachers
in this category.
Section 8 (5) and (6).—The net rate of interest earned during 1967 after
charging administration expenses was 5.33 per cent. After distributing interest
for 1967 to the Basic Account at the guaranteed rate of 4 per cent, amounting to
$3,885,703, and to the Retirement Annuity Account at the net earned rate of 5.33
per cent, amounting to $1,436,938, the excess net interest earned during 1967,
amounting to $1,353,027, was transferred to the Interest Reserve Account. A
statement of the Interest Reserve Account is shown below:—
Balance at credit, January 1, 1967 $1,911,488
Excess interest earned during 1967  1,353,027
$3,264,515
Charges during year under section 8 (6):—
Portion of monthly medical premiums in
respect of eligible pensioners, amounting to $2.25 in the case of a single
member or $4 in the case of a member with dependents        $33,351
Reimbursement to employers of Canada
Pension Plan employer contributions
paid by them in respect of employees
to whom the Teachers' Pensions Act
applies      1,503,260
  $1,536,611
Balance at credit, December 31, 1967  $1,727,904
5
 J 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Section 11.—Superannuation allowances were granted to 172 teachers who
attained retirement age. For analysis see statements of comparative statistics
appended.
Section 14.—Superannuation allowances were granted to four teachers who
had become totally and permanently disabled.
Section 15.—Superannuation allowances were granted to the dependent in
the case of nine teachers who died while still in service, and refunds totalling $78,641
were made in the case of 17 teachers who died while still in service.
Section 16.—Refunds totalling $1,121,272 were made to 1,197 teachers who
left the service of their employers.
Section 20.—Actuarial and administration expenses paid from the Fund
amounted to $97,978.
Section 25.—The securities held by the trustees on December 31, 1967, are
set out in Schedule No. 1 of this Report. During the year $19,577,000 par value
bonds were purchased, the average yield being 6.491 per cent, and $7,949,100 par
value bonds were redeemed, resulting in a net increase of $11,627,900 par value
bonds held by the trustees between December 31,1966, and December 31, 1967.
Prices paid for securities bought or sold are determined by market conditions at the
time of transfer. Every effort is made to invest the funds as soon as they become
available and at the maximum yield possible at the time of purchase.
Section 37.—During the year the Teachers' Pension Board held two meetings,
at which 145 cases were dealt with, in accord with its adopted policy, relative to
reinstatement of service for pension purposes, the granting of disability pensions,
and the permission to pay employee-employer contributions for approved periods
of absence in order that such absence be countable for pension purposes. The
Board also considered four cases under section 10 (1) (d), in which service not
otherwise countable under the Act was approved for pension purposes.
LEGISLATION
The Teachers' Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1968, reduced the teacher contribution requirements in certain categories and increased the level of benefits in all
categories.   Among the more important changes are the following:—
(1) Effective July 1, 1968, the maximum salary for basic contribution purposes and benefit purposes was increased from $10,000 per annum to
$12,500 per annum; however, a teacher is no longer required to contribute on salary in excess of the maximum or to make any contributions if
he has more than 40 years of pensionable service to his credit. In addition, provision was made that where an employee, during the period
January 1, 1961, to June 30, 1968, was required to make contributions on
his salary which exceeded $10,000 per annum or any contribution after
completing 40 years of service, he may apply in writing to the Commissioner before July, 1969, to have such contributions refunded.
(2) The percentage rates used in calculating benefits under the Act were
increased from 17 to 33 per cent per year of service after January 1, 1961,
and for service prior to January 1, 1961, by 20 per cent for those retiring
before December 31, 1968, and by lesser percentages for those retiring
after that date. In addition, the integration formula with the Canada
Pension Plan was modified to provide a smaller adjustment.
(3) Provision was made for all subsisting superannuation allowances to retired teachers, and widows of teachers who died during service or following retirement, to be recalculated on the increased benefit formuula, with
 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT J 7
the resulting increase in monthly allowance payable, effective from July 1,
1968.
(4) A change was made whereby the reimbursement to Boards of School
Trustees for employer contributions paid by them under the Canada
Pension Plan in respect of teachers be paid out of the employer contributions to the Fund instead of being charged to interest earnings.
(5) Provision was made that where a teacher becomes entitled to receive a
deferred superannuation allowance as a result of having entered and
remained until his retirement age in the service of an approved employer,
the Teachers' Pensions Board shall determine the highest average salary
of the teacher for pension calculation purposes to have been increased
at a rate of not more than 3 per cent per annum between the date of the
teacher's last contribution to the Fund and the effective date of the
granting of a deferred superannuation allowance.
W. H. FORREST,
Commissioner of Teachers' Pensions.
 J 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Year Ended
December 31, 1967
Revenue
Contributions per requirements of the Teachers' Pensions Act—
Employee contributions—
Basic contributions  $6,591,237
Extra and voluntary contributions        560,917
Repayment of refunds for reinstatement 10,689
Contributions for approved periods of
leave of absence  15,157
  $7,178,000
Employer contributions—
Basic contributions   $4,890,564
Contributions paid by employers other
than school districts for teachers on
loan, etc  47,432
Interest—
Net on investments  $6,772,283
On bank deposits  1,362
Expenditure
Superannuation allowance payments  $3,965,122
Refund of contributions—
Resignation, etc  $1,121,272
Death in service  78,641
Miscellaneous — contributions  in  error,
etc.   3,434
 —    1,203,347
4,937,996
6,773,645
  $18,889,641
Transfer to Civil Service Superannuation Fund of present
value of four allowances granted  87,495
Payments from Interest Reserve Account—
Portion of medical premiums in respect
of eligible recipients of a superannuation allowance        $33,351
Reimbursement to employers of Canada
Pension Plan employer contributions
paid by them in respect of employees
to whom the Teachers' Pensions Act
applies      1,503,260
—     1,536,611
Actuarial and administration expenses  97,978
       6,890,553
Net increase of ledger assets  $11,999,088
 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT J 9
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
Balance-sheet as at December 31, 1967
Assets
Cash in bank  $23,245
Accounts receivable—
Employee contributions, etc.  $757,101
Employer contributions         8,259
  765,360
Investments at cost or par—net after amortization of discounts (see
Schedule No. 1) (par value, $135,346,250)      132,403,716
Accrued interest on investments           1,605,275
$134,797,596
Liabilities
Teachers' Pensions Fund Basic Account  $105,009,604
Employees' Retirement Annuity Account  27,844,559
Interest Reserve Account  1,727,904
Sundry accounts payable  215,529
$134,797,596
Approved.
W. H. Forrest, G. S. Soutar,
Superannuation Commissioner. Accountant.
The accounts of the Teachers' Pensions Fund for the year ended December 31, 1967, have
been examined under my direction.
Subject to the actuarial sufficiency of the Fund and the adequacy of the prescribed tables,
the above balance-sheet is, in my opinion, properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct
statement of the affairs of the Fund, according to the best of my information and the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Fund.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, British Columbia,
November 29,1968.
 J 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 1.—TRUSTEES OF THE TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
AND THE MINISTER OF FINANCE FOR THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
Securities Held as at December 31, 1967
Government of Canada guaranty — Canadian Na- Par value Book value
tional Railway Company  $50,000 $49,573
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority  61,924,000 60,664,583
British Columbia Electric Company Limited  1,450,750 1,354,049
British Columbia Power Commission  7,175,500 7,117,567
Pacific Great Eastern Railway  4,906,000 4,810,274
Greater Vancouver Water District  1,528,000 1,524,132
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District 980,000 979,745
Vancouver and District Joint Sewerage and Drainage Board  22,000 22,000
British Columbia school districts serials  30,973,000 29,830,539
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority serials  6,348,000 6,293,928
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority  10,560,000 10,461,636
British Columbia municipal serials  2,205,000 2,120,547
Nechako Improvement District serials  817,000 809,238
British Columbia hospital improvement districts
serials   1,235,000 1,220,701
British Columbia irrigation districts serials  331,000 327,412
Saltair Waterworks District serial  33,000 32,439
Greater Vancouver Water District serials  500,000 483,000
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District serials  545,000 539,632
Province of Alberta guaranty — Alberta Municipal
Financing Corporation  14,000 13,721
Province of Manitoba  553,000 553,000
Province of Ontario guaranty — Ontario Municipal
Improvement District  3,196,000 3,196,000
$135,346,250 $132,403,716
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SCHEDULE No. 3.—TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
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109
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130
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1959—
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104
57
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49
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252
125
72    |    426
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2
45
4
8
5
120
103
59
464
2
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19
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—
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2
3
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2    |    46
5    |    10
....    |      5
259    |    122
74   |   467
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11
13
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5
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62
509
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6
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13
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8
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131
112
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125
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4
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1965—
13
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15    |      6
7
8
270    |    157
72    |    701
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10
9
4
93
8
5
11
137
129
60
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2
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33
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1966—
13    |    12
6    ]    94
16    |      7
1    |    12
267    ]    162
77    |    783
1
,
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7
35
5    | 144
6    1      3
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138
161
60
906
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1967—
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76
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138
12
5
1
16
128
186
61
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4
2
39
37
17
2
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—
88
6
14
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2    I    33
10
140
17
7
2
16
255
223
84
1,042
 TEACHERS' PENSIONS ACT—ANNUAL REPORT                          J 13
SCHEDULE No. 4.—TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
Comparative Statistics, January 1, 1954, to December 31, 1967,
Subdivided According to Sex of Contributor
Fiscal Year
Number of
Contributors
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Allowances
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   1 Female
1
1954  	
3,668
146
4,055
148
4,397
147
4,305
330
201
4,629
330
234
4,982
409
169
5,291
473
233
5,638
479
325
5,998
490
422
6,446
493
222
6,706
610
293
7,123
607
323
7,673
604
355
8,329
704
404
5,593
777
5,954
466
6,474
668
6,022
1,070
801
6,338
1,305
879
6,640
1,321
810
6,890
1,407
1,036
7,206
1,341
1,321
7,613
1,264
1,594
8,027
1,255
1,034
8,510
1,195
1,122
9,020
1,239
1,422
9,789
1,514
1,341
10,665
1,882
1,410
54
76
93
103
96
103
123
131
166
199
258
261
271
316
436
478
500
501
483
524
601
636
691
729
800
930
851
898
27
28
_21
23
21
19
18
30
25
39
29
33
64
73
17
23
26
~40
Ti
39
49
61
63
77
77
92
139
112
10
14
9
12
14
12
11
9
12
16
20
16
15
8
18
9
17
13
14
13
9
14
13
23
16
20
16
34
342
357
369
383
390
397
404
425
438
461
470
487
536
601
399
1955	
412
1956    	
421
Non-active2	
1957     - 	
445
Non-active1	
1958
452
1959     -
478
Non-active2	
I960              	
518
1"61
565
1962	
615
1963    _    -	
669
Non-active2	
1964	
730
Non-activel	
lOA".
802
Non-active r	
1966   	
925
1967    	
1,003
Non-active2	
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