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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Thirtieth Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
MUNICIPAL
SUPERANNUATION ACT
for the
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31
1969
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1970
  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 Municipal Superannuation Act during the fiscal year ended March 31,
1969.
WESLEY D. BLACK,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, British Columbia, December 30, 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 Municipal Superannuation Act during the fiscal year ended March
31, 1969.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. H. FORREST,
Commissioner of Municipal Superannuation.
December 30, 1969.
 Municipal Superannuation Report, 1968/69
Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the Municipal Superannuation Act during the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1969
Section 3 (1).—The Act applied to the following employers under the provisions of clause (d), (h), (m), or (o) of this subsection, effective from the date
shown:—
Employer Effective Date
Regional District of Comox-Strathcona April 1, 1968
Regional District of Fraser-Fort George April 1, 1968
Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako June 1, 1968
Catholic Family and Children's Service, Vancouver July 1, 1968
Regional District of Alberni-Clayoquot August 15, 1968
Regional District of Cowichan Valley September 1, 1968
Regional District of Thompson-Nicola September 1, 1968
Menno Hospital, Abbotsford January 1, 1969
Malaspina College, Nanaimo February 1, 1969
As at March 31, 1969, there were 317 active employer accounts in the Fund.
Section 5.—A statement of all moneys received and paid out under the provisions of this Act, and the assets and liabilities appertaining to the granting of superannuation allowances under its provisions, is given in the statement of revenue and
expenditure and the balance-sheet appended.
Section 6.—Basic employee contributions amounted to $6,311,990, and employee voluntary and special agreement contributions amounted to $998,262. As
at March 31, 1969, there were 26,603 active contributors.
Section 8.—(1) Employer contributions amounted to $6,356,898 in respect
of current service and $1,546,084 in respect of past service. An amount of $7,479
was refunded to sundry employers to adjust contributions made in error, etc.
(2) In accordance with the provisions of individual special agreements with
49 employers under the Act, a total of $335,781 was paid out in supplementing
superannuation allowance payments. Of this amount, $219,658 was reimbursed
to the Fund by the 49 employers and $116,123 was paid from the Reserve Account,
derived from interest earnings of the Fund in excess of 4 per cent, as authorized by
section 10 (3) (d).
Section 10.—(1) The Minister of Finance paid $50,000 into the Fund, which
payment was in lieu of interest on certificates of loan under the former Act.
(3) The net rate of interest earned during the year after charging administration expenses was 5.464 per cent, amounting to $8,310,561, distributed as
follows:—
To Basic Account—
At guaranteed earnings rate of 4 per cent   $4,996,703
Interest differential on the retirement annuity portion
of superannuation allowances granted during the
year and payable from the Basic Account         65,940
  $5,062,643
To Retirement Annuity Account—At net earned rate of 5.646 per cent    1,223,656
To Reserve Account—Excess earned after above distribution    2,024,262
$8,310,561
5
 Q 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
A statement of the Reserve Account is shown as follows:—
Balance at credit, April 1, 1968      $889,997
Excess interest earned during year ended March 31, 1969     2,024,262
Charges during year under section 10 (3)—■
Present value cost of section 14 O) 2-per-cent override
calculations  in  respect  of   126   eligible  persons
granted an allowance during the year  $417,328
Reimbursing a portion of the cost to employers who, by
agreements under section 8, are providing supplementary allowance payments to former employees
or their widows who are in receipt of an allowance
granted prior to April 1, 1957     116,123
$2,914,259
533,451
Balance at credit, March 31, 1969   $2,380,808
Note.—A first charge to the Reserve Account in the fiscal period commencing
April 1, 1969, will be the present value of allowance increases effective May 1, 1969,
under the 1969 amendments to the Act, in respect of allowances granted during
1968/69, amounting to $667,368.
Section 13.—Superannuation allowances were granted to 272 contributors who
attained retirement age. For analysis, see schedules of comparative statistics appended.
Section 16.—Superannuation allowances were granted to 20 contributors under the total and permanent disability provisions.
Section 17.—Superannuation allowances were granted to the dependent in the
case of 28 contributors who died while still in service. Refunds totalling $68,949
were made in the case of 40 contributors who died while still in service.
Section 18.—Refunds totalling $1,494,775 were made to 2,640 former contributors who left the service of their employers, including 122 with more than 10
years' countable service who elected to receive a refund rather than leave their
credits in the Fund in order to receive a deferred superannuation allowance after
reaching minimum retirement age. Refunds totalling $2,307 were made to sundry
employees to adjust contributions made in error.
Section 22. — Actuarial and administration expenses paid from the Fund
amounted to $105,742. The total administration expenses of the Superannuation
Branch are distributed among the various funds administered on the basis of contributors and pensioners. A comparison of the annual unit cost per contributor and
pensioner for the last six years is as follows:—
1963/64 $2.87 1966/67  $3.23
1964/65    2.96 1967/68    3.40
1965/66    3.08 1968/69    3.45
Section 27.—The securities held by the trustees on March 31, 1969, are set
out in Schedule No. 2 of this Report. During the year $21,045,000 par value bonds
were purchased, the average yield being 7.32 per cent, and $3,749,250 par value
bonds were redeemed, resulting in a net increase of $17,295,750 par value bonds
held by the trustees between April 1, 1968, and March 31, 1969. The prices paid
for securities bought or sold are determined by market conditions at the time of
transfer. Every effort is made to invest the funds as soon as they become available at the maximum yield possible at the time of purchase.
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1968/69 Q 7
LEGISLATION
The 1969 amendments to the Municipal Superannuation Act included the following changes:—
1. Effective July 1, 1969, the basic rate of employee contributions was
changed:—
Old Basis.—5 per cent of plan earnings.
New Basis.—T>Vi per cent of salary up to the Year's Maximum Pensionable
Earnings, and 5 per cent of salary in excess of the Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings.
The change did not increase or decrease the amount of employee contributions, but
was intended to make the contribution provisions more understandable.
2. Effective July 1, 1969, the employer contributions were changed from the
" plan earnings " method of calculation to one whereby the amount of the reduction in employer contributions for integration with the Canada Pension Plan was
made to be identical with the amount of the reduction applying to employee contributions.
3. The vesting option for an employee terminating with 10 years of service
or more was extended to allow such an employee to elect to have a reduced pension
start before he attains minimum retirement age.
The vesting provision now extends to employees transferring to the service of
" approved employers " described in subsection 3 of section 13. There is no minimum service requirement.
4. Benefit rates for pensions calculated under clauses (a) and (d) of section
14 were increased to
1.3 per cent for the clause (a) portion (a 30-per-cent increase);  and
2 per cent for the clause (d) portion, based on career average earnings after
contributions commenced.
The Canada Pension Plan integration factor was also modified so that the integration takes place when payments under the Canada Pension Plan normally commence.
5. The increase in benefit rates described in paragraph 4 were made retroactive to apply to pensions granted after April 1, 1968, but with the increased benefits commencing May 1, 1969.
The cost of the improved benefits is being met through improved interest
earnings.
With the application of improved interest earnings to finance improved benefit
rates for all employees, the use of section 14 (e) was discontinued, effective March
31, 1969, as it did not provide improved benefits for all employees.
6. The disability provision was amended to allow a disabled employee to continue to accumulate additional pension benefits under the Act during a period of
time when he is in receipt of a monthly income benefit under a group disability income benefit plan for which his employer makes payments of premiums.
7. The year-end was changed from March 31 to December 31 to facilitate
the conversion of the entire operation to an electronic data-processing system.
8. The minimum contributory service requirement for " new " hospital employees was reduced from 15 years to 10 years, and discretion in determining eligibility for employees entering the service between the ages of 50 and 55 was vested
in the employer, rather than the Deputy Minister of Hospital Insurance.
9. Part-time employees may now count every month during which contributions are made as a month of service for purposes of eligibility. Calculation of the
amount of the allowance remains unchanged.
W. H   FORREST,
Commissioner of Municipal Superannuation.
 Q 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1969
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Municipal Superannuation Act—
Employees, section 6—
Basic contributions   $6,311,990
Voluntary and special agreement contributions       998,262
Employers, section 8—
In respect of current service (Schedule No. 1)   $6,356,898
In respect of past service (Schedule No. 1)      1,546,084
Special agreement supplementary allowance payments (as per
contra)         219,658
$7,310,252
8,122,640
Minister of Finance, section 10 (1)   50,000
Interest on investments and bank interest       8,416,303
■
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from Basic Account  $4,176,212
Special agreement supplementary allowance payments—
Paid by former employers (as per contra)     $219,658
Paid from Fund Reserve Account        116,123
       335,781
$23,899,195
Refund of contributions—
Resignation, etc., section 18   $1,494,775
Death in service, section 17   68,949
Miscellaneous employee   2,307
Miscellaneous employer   7,479
$4,511,993
1,573,510
Actuarial and administration expenses         105,742
       6,191,245
Net increase of ledger assets  $17,707,950
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1968/69 Q 9
MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION FUND
Balance-sheet as at March 31, 1969
Assets
Cash in bank --- $31,211
Accounts receivable—current contributions, etc., due from municipalities, hospitals, school districts, etc.   1,452,340
Investments at cost or par—net after amortization of discounts (see Schedule No.
2) (par value $160,139,700)   156,687,927
Accrued interest on investments  2,138,812
$160,310,290
Liabilities
Municipal Superannuation Fund Basic Account  $134,990,021
Employees' Retirement Annuity Account        22,819,273
Victoria Agreement Account for Policemen  12,180
Reserve Account 1          2,380,808
Accounts payable  108,008
$160,310,290
1 The present value of allowance increases effective May 1, 1969, in respect of allowances granted during the
year ended March 31, 1969, will reduce this reserve by $667,368.
Approved.
W. H. FORREST,
Superannuation Commissioner.
G. S. SOUTAR,
Accountant.
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S CERTIFICATE
The accounts of the Municipal Superannuation Fund for the year ended March 31, 1969,
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, December 19, 1969.
 Q 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 1
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1969
Employer
Total Plan
Earnings,
1968/69
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
Cities (32)
Armstrong — _
ChilUwack  _   _ 	
Courtenay._ _	
Courtenay Volunteer Firemen  _ 	
Cranbrook   _ 	
Dawson Creek —   _ —
Duncan _      	
Enderby       	
Fernie  _  	
Grand Forks -   —
Greenwood.. — —   	
Kamloops _   - 	
Kelowna  ._  	
Kimberley (includes former Villages of Chapman Camp
and Marysville)     __ 	
Langley    — _
Nanaimo  	
Nelson        	
New Westminster  	
North Vancouver...   _ __	
Penticton      — 	
Port Alberni _ 	
Port Coquitlam    	
Port Moody   _ ~ —
Prince George     	
Prince Rupert — _   —
Revelstoke _ : _ 	
Rossland    	
Trail (includes former District of Tadanac, except firemen).
Vancouver     —
Vernon   	
Victoria  _ 	
White Rock     —
Sub-totals of 32 active city accounts— 	
Districts (40)
Burnaby    	
Campbell River 	
Central Saanich 	
Chilliwhack   	
Coldstream — _
Coquitlam 	
Delta -	
Esquimalt	
Fraser Mills  	
Gold River	
Houston (former village)  -
Hudson's Hope 	
Kent  	
Kitimat   	
Langley  	
Mackenzie 	
Maple Ridge 	
Matsqui 	
Mission _  	
North Cowichan—	
North Saanich  	
North Vancouver  	
Oak Bay _	
Peachland 	
Pitt Meadows.	
Port Alice  	
Port Hardy	
$5,172.50
83,033.02
88,825.39
20,126.00
339,111.91
197,137.67
84,710.46
14,242.50
69,439.25
71,868.03
4,882.50
730,866.26
889,074.49
242.
41.
569
629
2,189
1,120.
610.
628
248.
232.
452.
614
193.
100
560
25,899.
394
3,908
82
107.64
314.26
,603.75
,516.01
,746.39
730.72
939.85
157.86
284.58
309.39
,367.61
289.19
755.37
,929.86
,255.04
776.69
.683.41
,810.63
,619.47
$206.90
4,280.18
4,639.97
1,110.93
17,732.06
9,614.34
4,429.52
569.70
3,598.77
3,785.04
195.30
39,802.62
45,818.79
12,160.27
2,056.11
31,558.43
33,961.43
126,153.87
62,952.12
29,655.53
32,705.07
12,007.50
10,919.45
21,835.28
30,427.99
11,635.14
5,667.27
34,422.30
1,550,054.63
21,683.35
254,425.90
4,560.77
$41,318,687.70    |    $2,424,626.53
$3,677,390.68
211,216.43
72,338.68
107,795.12
32,578.99
230,828.98
403,343.95
391,695.06
10,797.50
20,487.49
36,385.16
319,509.40
301,099.31
17,902.00
215,242.47
281,116.07
108,839.81
177,594.19
34,424.17
1,847,677.81
663,728.08
5,113.94
20,749.54
13,433.86
$200,724.29
10,548.37
3,847.67
5,392.23
1,231.19
10,239.69
19,367.20
21,147.90
438.75
819.54
2,466.76
16,350.37
17,048.07
986.31
11,351.59
15,060.79
6,190.86
9,433.66
1,682.31
93,746.09
40,855.67
204.57
815.25
537.35
$413.04
72.00
578.70
591.96
50.04
6,707.04
6,909.96
8,026.08
53,620.08
16,782.00
263.04
4,515.96
1,104.00
341.04
5,007.84
1,787.04
1,631.04
13,304.04
633,129.00
2,874.00
122,574.12
$880,282.02
$15,276.00
176.04
1,251.00
886.08
2,238.96
302.04
834.00
147.96
69.00
219.96
3,584.76
7,590.00
56.04
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1968/69 Q 11
SCHEDULE No.  1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1969—Continued
Employer
Total Plan
Earnings,
1968/69
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
Districts—Continued
Powell River.—
Richmond	
Saanich 	
Salmon Arm	
Spallumcheen.
Sparwood	
Squamish-
Stewart (former village, active from March 1,
Sumas     	
1969)..
Summerland..
Surrey—	
Terrace	
West Vancouver..
$458.
1,684
1,947
53.
8.
12.
65.
1,
86
150.
2,411.
178.
1,509.
236.25
,056.85
,103.46
717.73
040.00
349.00
192.83
260.00
868.40
329.23
956.78
709.74
624.57
Sub-totals of 37 active district accounts..
$17,768,733.53
Towns (14)
Castlegar..
Comox—
Creston	
Fort St. John (includes former Village of Aennofield)..
Golden (former village)  	
Hope..
Kinnaird (former village)..
Ladysmith 	
Merritt  	
Mission City~
Quesnel	
Sidney.	
Smithers	
Williams Lake..
Sub-totals of 14 active town accounts..
Villages (49)
Abbotsford	
Alert Bay..	
Ashcroft	
Burns Lake—_
Cache Creek..
Chetwynd	
Clinton	
Cumberland	
Fort St. James..
Fraser Lake	
Fruitvale	
Gibsons Landing-
Harrison Hot Springs (active from May 1, 1968).
Hazelton        _.	
Invermere  	
Kaslo  	
Keremeos... — 	
Lake Cowichan..
Lillooet	
Lumby	
Lytton	
McBride 	
Masset	
Montrose	
Nakusp 	
New Denver-
Oliver	
100 Mile House..
Osoyoos	
$28,352.40
31,935.50
46,831.26
134,620.51
23,419.99
43,285.28
30,802.50
42,883.37
14,362.50
80,518.60
121,200.33
27,018.34
64,345.18
68,660.73
$758,236.49
$29,366.82
15,562.00
10,350.00
11,861.25
7,045.00
12,343.75
10,853.75
16,358.37
10,357.50
6,459.80
15,212.24
13,054.75
2,614.50
15,057.64
38,970.83
9,408.50
11,655.00
8,712.50
14,464.30
14,095.30
5,527.27
27,124.05
10,956.15
16,974.06
$24,869
88,741
112,523
2,718.
302.
439.
2,939.
46.
4,199
7,976
130,693
7,880.
82,440
$1,534.54
1,660.42
2,365.41
6,313.63
948.78
2,351.07
1,926.93
2,396.78
885.00
4,755.26
5,999.15
1,634.94
3,724.49
3,015.18
$39,511.58
$1,308.61
739.88
414.00
653.05
281.80
493.75
434.15
655.37
414.30
517.40
784.04
930.45
104.54
602!_4
2,614.48
376.52
707.12
"~55~7~00
970.76
846.52
442.08
1,242.06
471.64
967.88
$1,628.04
858.90
8,083.92
327.96
2,895.00
5,762.04
7,286.04
$956,257.63 |   $59,473.74
$135.96
206.04
746.04
24.00
$1,112.04
$426.96
480.00
7.00
35.24
 Q 12 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No.  1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1969—Continued
Employer
Total Plan
Earnings,
1968/69
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
Parksville—-
Pemberton-
Villages—Continued
Port Edward ...
Port McNeill..
Pouce Coupe .
Princeton	
Qualicum Beach-
Salmo	
Salmon Arm..
Sechelt	
Silverton	
Slocan	
Taylor	
Telkwa	
Tofino. 	
Ucluelet	
Valemount—
Vanderhoof..
Warfield	
Zeballos	
Sub-totals of 38 active village accounts..
Miscellaneous Employers (40)
British Columbia Hospitals' Association  	
British Columbia Housing Management Commission (formerly Vancouver Housing Authority) 	
Burnaby Public Library   	
Campbell River Fire Protection District _ 	
Catholic Family and Children's Service (effective July 1,
1968)    	
Central Okanagan Regional Planning Board	
Cominco Ltd. (former Tadanac firemen, from January 1,
1969)    	
Cultus Lake Parks Board    	
Esquimalt Municipal Sports Centre  _	
Family and Children's Services (Victoria)  	
Greater Nanaimo Water District    __
Greater Vancouver Water District    	
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District	
Greater Victoria Water District     	
Hospital Employees' Union __   	
Keremeos Irrigation District	
Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board  _ _.
Magistrates (British Columbia Government stipend) 	
Malaspina College (effective February 1, 1969) 	
Nechako Improvement District   	
Nelson Municipal Library   	
North Shore Union Board of Health   	
North Surrey Civic Properties Commission	
Regional District of Alberni-Clayoquot  (effective August
15, 1968)    	
Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako  (effective June 1,
1968)-     	
Regional District of Capital of British Columbia 	
Regional District of Central Kootenay 	
Regional District of Columbia-Shuswap 	
Regional District of Comox-Strathcona (effective April 1,
1968)  	
Regional District of Cowichan Valley (effective September
1, 1968)    	
Regional District of East Kootenay	
Regional District of Fraser-Fort George  (effective April
1, 1968) _ _ _... _  	
$17,315.11
5,767.50
8,492.50
8,734.25
31,349.40
19,398.16
3,862.50
36,329.20
3,637.30
2,863.90
6,895.00
3,402.00
17,175.17
17,942.10
$517,549.42
$33,024.57
79,077.64
91,028.39
35,347.50
184,985.15
9,712.50
46,745.39
5,432.50
34,952.86
332,577.19
44,842.30
1,646,272.65
180,344.24
50,953.30
5,284.50
118,829.78
167,378.88
424.21
21,071.63
3,244.50
309,805.86
10,367.46
5,695.89
15,780.00
15,496.60
44,734.00
6,838.50
8,962.50
4,200.00
37,670.92
21,597.50
$878.38
230.80
334.96
505.20
1,895.77
755.44
154.50
2,167.21
291.00
85.91
277.30
136.08
762.21
762.04
$26,766.54    |
$1,206.68
5,168.31
3,599.52
1,767.38
7,800.69
777.00
3,207.57
434.60
1,542.78
14,239.36
2,899.68
91,642.46
8,496.21
2,997.20
422.16
4,825.78
9,514.61
13.78
1,049.77
194.67
13,726.87
659.10
227.84
1,140.20
613.72
2,393.31
273.54
358.50
168.00
1,842.62
844.34
$243.00
$1,192.20
$3,627.96
16,261.08
732.96
2;_5_.92
747.96
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1968/69 Q 13
SCHEDULE No.  1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1969—Continued
Employer
Total Plan
Earnings,
1968/69
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
Miscellaneous Employers—Continued
Regional District of Kootenay Boundary—	
Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen	
Regional District of Sunshine Coast-
Regional District of Thompson-Nicola (effective September
1, 1968)  	
Selkirk College..
Trail-Tadanac Parks Commission—	
Vancouver Island Regional Library	
Vancouver Public Aquarium Association-
Vancouver Public Library  	
Sub-totals of 40 active miscellaneous employers'
accounts —   	
Hospitals by Name (96)
Armstrong-Spallumcheen—Armstrong	
Arrows Lakes—Nakusp	
Bella Coola General—Bella Coola..
Boundary—Grand Forks-
British Columbia Cancer Foundation—Vancouver..
Bulkley Valley District—Smithers	
Burnaby General—Burnaby.	
Burns Lake—Burns Lake	
Campbell River and District General—Campbell River-
Cariboo Memorial—Williams Lake	
Castlegar and District—Castlegar  	
Chemainus General—Chemainus 	
Children's Hospital—Vancouver   	
Chilliwack General—Chilliwack  	
Cowichan District Hospital—Duncan	
Cranbrook and District Hospital—Cranbrook _
Creston Valley—Creston   — 	
Cumberland General—Cumberland..
Enderby and District Memorial—Enderby—	
Esperanza General—Esperanza  	
Fernie Memorial—Fernie.	
Fort Nelson General—Fort Nelson 	
Fraser Canyon—Hope	
G. F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre—Vancouver-
Golden and District General—Golden.. _	
Gorge Road—Victoria..   	
Grace—Vancouver    _.	
G. R. Baker Memorial—Quesnel..
Holy Family—Vancouver 	
Kelowna General—Kelowna	
Kimberley and District General—Kimberley..
Kitimat General—Kitimat  _	
Kootenay Lake General—Netson..
Lady Minto—Ashcroft-
Lady Minto Gulf Islands—Ganges	
Ladysmith and District General—Ladysmith-
Langley Memorial—Murrayville	
Lillooet District—Lillooet  	
Lions Gate—North Vancouver.—
McBride and District—McBride..
Maple Ridge—Haney	
Mater Misericordis—Rossland-	
Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford—Abbotsford 	
Michel-Natal—Michel  	
Menno Hospital—Abbotsford (effective January 1, 1969)
Mills Memorial—Terrace     	
Mission Memorial—Mission	
Mount St. Francis—Nelson...	
Mount St. Joseph's—Vancouver.
$9,832.50
33,763.21
14,126.00
4,000.00
36,940.77
76,356.47
112,461.65
90,551.60
1,151,211.46
$5,101,922.57
$32,375.41
5,814.72
36,187.44
88,688.44
647,012.66
152,980.22
1,078,278.08
89,016.42
233,528.07
217,082.33
116,715.48
44,617.87
439,899.66
643,267.29
501,055.95
203,333.77
65,459.15
116,820.64
25,739.55
27,983.36
138,182.82
42,821.90
100,068.14
315,969.34
71,029.96
273,438.13
475,066.16
282,622.31
150,451.66
846,630.00
173,626.79
343,989.69
350,158.16
76,910.16
44,446.06
118,605.44
382,655.96
50,174.53
1,766,986.64
37,006.50
355,951.56
63,586.70
264,011.10
41,844.60
11,761.41
188,109.45
197,257.86
95,662.57
453,904.66
$740.97
1,428.88
1,130.08
160.00
1,675.95
4,446.51
4,380.07
3,979.39
44,544.13
$246,534.23
$1,444.07
405.86
1,527.55
3,319.45
27,343.95
5,916.29
43,615.32
3,485.97
8,717.26
7,785.57
4,972.19
1,375.26
18,976.94
25,036.15
22,261.48
8,364.13
3,619.99
6,329.92
1,416.07
1,219.25
6,220.53
1,355.79
3,656.50
13,178.56
2,813.32
11,946.89
19,379.35
11,436.94
5,662.37
34,769.65
7,855.85
11,551.76
15,446.79
2,697.69
2,233.57
5,077.83
15,401.01
1,701.99
65,314.81
1,344.94
13,563.64
2,464.48
10,018.80
1,631.71
602.38
6,634.85
8,011.76
4,238.92
17,919.53
$404.04
$24,327.92
$715.92
336.00
308.04
753.96
8,912.04
669.96
8,186.43
694.92
1,428.96
483.96
364.08
198.00
11,913.96
8,439.96
9,317.04
3,297.12
1,662.00
2,025.72
1,218.00
1,299.00
1,494.96
122.04
3,894.00
181.08
1,477.08
8,636.04
1,124.44
663.00
11,187.96
4,313.04
7,757.04
1,476.96
1,308.00
2,798.04
4,276.92
24.00
17,180.13
66.00
1,604.49
2,119.46
1,761.96
273.00
246.00
2,148.96
509.01
4,239.12
 Q 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No.  1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1969—Continued
Employer
Total Plan
Earnings,
1968/69
Employer Contributions
For
Past
Service
Hospitals by Name—Continued
Mount St. Mary—Victoria  	
Nanaimo Regional General—Nanaimo-
Nicola Valley General—Merritt	
Ocean Falls General—Ocean Falls	
100 Mile House—100 Mile House	
Peace Arch District—White Rock	
Penticton—Penticton	
Pouce Coupe Community—Pouce Coupe	
Powell River General—Powell River.	
Prince George and District—Prince George..
Prince Rupert General—Prince Rupert	
Princeton General—Princeton ...	
Providence—Fort St. John 	
Queen Alexandra Solarium—Victoria — —	
Queen Charlotte Islands General—Queen Charlotte City
Queen Victoria—Revelstoke   	
Rest Haven—Sidney.  - 	
Richmond—Richmond  _ — - —
Royal Columbian—New Westminster.  	
Royal Inland—Kamloops—   _ 	
Royal Jubilee—Victoria..
R. W. Large Memorial—Bella Bella...._ _..  	
St. Eugene  (consolidated under Cranbrook  and District
Hospital)
St. George's—Alert Bay  	
St. John—Vanderhoof  — - —
St. Joseph's—Comox 	
St. Joseph's—Dawson Creek— -
St. Joseph's—Victoria 	
St. Martin's—Oliver  	
St. Mary's—New Westminster.. 	
St. Mary's—Sechelt 	
St. Paul's—Vancouver. — — 	
St. Vincent's—Vancouver  —	
Shuswap Lake General—Salmon Arm	
Slocan Community—New Denver 	
Squamish General—Squamish	
Summerland General—West Summerland..
Sunny Hill—Vancouver	
Surrey Memorial—North Surrey	
Tofino General—Tofino 	
Trail-Tadanac—Trail 	
University Health Service—Vancouver-
Vancouver General—Vancouver	
Vernon Jubilee—Vernon   _.
Victorian—Kaslo	
West Coast General—Port Alberni..
Windermere District—Invermere—
Wrinch Memorial—Hazelton	
Sub-totals of 96 active hospital accounts .
School Districts (60)
Agassiz (No. 76)     —
Alberni (No. 70)  -	
Arrow Lakes (No. 10)   	
Barriere (No. 25)  	
Burnaby (No. 41).  _ - _  	
Campbell River (No. 72)  _	
Castlegar (No. 9)  _	
Chilliwack (No. 33). _ -	
Courtenay (No. 71)  _ 	
Cowichan (No. 65)  	
Creston-Kaslo (No. 86)   —
$188,326.63
9,616.12
$24,474.64
369,056.26
48,539.30
20,177.45
1,112,741.78
154,799.49
166,311.82
216,488.37
266,391.48
247,020.90
145,326.95
$1,682.43
18,289.45
2,610.91
1,223.18
66,235.69
9,797.29
7,929.79
11,778.24
14,868.20
12,380.56
6,909.69
$1,836.00
913,422.86
38,089.71
8,869.49
80,252.08
2,903.90
819.00
16,243.17
661.43
121.08
47,483.42
1,915.40
297,602.04
13,121.11
2,400.93
530,966.53
23,365.52
7,633.92
25,045.77
938.80
205.08
399,850.78
16,957.10
6,738.84
766,682.37
28,298.43
2,987.04
316,297.26
13,203.39
4,884.96
39,450.61
2,093.18
1,088.04
237,171.10
8,764.93
139.23
175,738.25
9,160.32
2,386.20
17,299.30
683.92
117.96
85,428.51
4,213.38
1,451.04
110,454.11
4,486.44
1,712.04
537,282.37
18,099.56
2,657,855.55
112,640.60
61,216.00
1,142,862.56
41,828.70
9,195.96
3,055,285.74
125,374.02
23,527.08
11,438.02
369.22
387.00
110,034.46
5,053.04
2,023.08
124,558.68
4,652.05
500.88
202,810.86
8,306.39
3,257.70
223,198.02
8,318.62
2,080.23
2,420,149.92
98,664.68
31,663.23
118,739.82
4,641.48
961.92
740,369.39
26,807.13
4,373.04
103,707.55
4,255.79
181.92
2,842,621.59
113,476.18
52,290.69
702,330.57
28,200.26
9,155.88
273,132.75
12,535.25
3,031.92
26,914.38
1,674.63
610.08
39,687.35
1,338.67
1,299.00
100,079.05
4,818.66
1,524.00
136,656.98
5,709.42
270.96
523,671.20
20,526.07
2,391.00
36,600.77
1,181.14
179.04
541,078.66
22,050.32
11,763.00
20,827.05
786.81
9,839,857.69
394,320.11
52,129.92
429.015.32
18,040.17
9,732.00
18,162.40
840.83
252.96
373,022.02
16,526.92
9,064.92
58,800.80
2,428.29
20.04
92,587.59
4,056.11
1,668.96
$44,229,840.67    \    $1,787,259.08    |       $481,251.06
$3,163.92
582.00
2,295.00
143.04
123.00
1,290.00
464.04
168.00
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1968/69 Q  15
SCHEDULE No.  1—Continued
Contributions by Employer for Year Ended March 31, 1969—Continued
Employer
Total Plan
Earnings,
1968/69
Employer Contributions
For
Current
Service
For
Past
Service
School Districts—Continued
Delta (No. 37).—	
Fernie (No. 1) 	
Fraser Canyon (No. 32).
Grand Forks (No. 12)..
Greater Victoria (No. 61)
Gulf Islands (No. 64)	
Howe Sound (No. 48)	
Kamloops (No. 24)	
Kelowna (No. 23)	
Kimberley (No. 3)—	
Kitimat (No. 80).
Ladysmith (No. 67)	
Lake Cowichan (No. 66).—
Lillooet (No. 29)  -
Merritt (No. 31)	
Mission (No. 75).. -.	
Nanaimo (No. 68) _.
Nelson (No. 7).
New Westminster (No. 40)..
North Vancouver (No. 44)-
Ocean Falls (No. 49)..
Peace River South (No. 59).
Penticton (No. 15)	
Powell River (No. 47)_	
Prince George (No. 57)	
Prince Rupert (No. 52)	
Princeton (No. 17) 	
Qualicum (No. 69)..	
Quesnel (No. 28) _.	
Revelstoke (No. 19)	
Richmond (No. 38) 	
Saanich (No. 63)...._ _	
Sechelt (No. 46)..
Shuswap (No. 89)	
Skeena-Cassiar (No. 88)..
Slocan (No. 8) -
Smithers (No. 54). 	
Sooke (No. 62)..
Southern Okanagan (No. 14)..
Summerland (No. 77)	
Trail (No. 11).  	
University Hill—	
Vancouver (No. 39)..
Vancouver Island North (No. 85)..
Vancouver Island West (No. 84)—.
Vanderhoof (No. 56)	
Vernon (No. 22).
West Vancouver (No. 45)..
Williams Lake (No. 27)	
$298.
83,
40.
38
1,306.
26.
138.
487,
282
81
134.
84.
104.
51,
61.
78.
570,
176.
260,
776.
34.
264.
167,
258.
314,
96,
37,
50.
149.
51,
632
160,
120,
182
53,
28,i
87,
157
115.
34.
261,'
24,
3,855,
22,'
31v
126,
279,
420,'
154
325.22
402.71
.894.02
,477.36
,177.99
504.41
110.83
,083.58
,928.40
,674.39
705.77
,239.27
,540.32
,309.98
.658.76
,090.60
883.36
.900.23
,523.86
.311.46
835.86
,526.04
419.34
,844.62
731.90
640.90
315.00
093.90
688.43
211.80
204.32
277.23
884.71
798.24
254.46
,074.51
,421.17
,644.09
,452.00
,235.00
.086.38
832.00
166.74
,091.24
,434.40
596.72
036.69
721.75
021.51
Sub-totals of 60 active school district accounts .
Total of 317 active accounts 	
$16,026,611.91
$17,069.47
3,859.06
2,674.50
1,605.05
67,156.38
1,430.04
7,203.94
23,719.89
16,003.64
3,842.51
6,937.35
4,397.60
5,591.29
2,599.03
3,145.61
4,505.76
29,858.43
9,232.38
13,875.88
47,029.05
2,343.40
14,230.28
9,870.19
14,622.49
15,961.03
5,123.39
2,248.57
3,001.28
8,977.14
2,869.44
30,221.96
9,076.54
6,032.71
10,456.93
3,709.36
1,684.80
4,637.13
9,640.66
7,624.42
1,520.58
12,907.74
1,355.52
219,323.32
1,034.38
1,596.76
6,875.72
15,748.17
20,433.04
7,373.30
$57.96
648.00
111.00
11,810.04
632.52
165.00
756.00
309.96
179.04
375.00
6,305.04
2,282.04
1,068.00
3,327.96
3,027.00
642.96
8,671.92
363.00
258.00
120.00
309.00
536.04
611.04
758.04
117.96
219.96
45,581.04
775.20
39.00
158.04
$875,942.54    [ $98,444.76
$125,721,582.29    |    $6,356,898.13
$1,546,083.74
 Q 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 2
Trustees of the Municipal Superannuation Fund and the Minister of
Finance for the Province of British Columbia
Securities Held as at March 31, 1969
Province of British Columbia guaranty— Far Value Book Value
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority ...... $88,107,700 $86,390,019
British Columbia Electric Company Limited   2,949,750 2,794,989
British Columbia Power Commission   5,910,000 5,823,916
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company  3,434,000 3,369,904
British   Columbia   Toll   Highways   and   Bridges
Authority   1,671,000 1,671,000
British Columbia School Districts serials  26,846,350 25,869,892
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority serials   5,679,000 5,627,781
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority  12,595,000 12,488,520
British Columbia Regional Hospital Districts Financing Authority  4,345,000 4,197,698
British Columbia Municipal serials   2,044,500 1,965,538
British Columbia Hospital Improvement Districts
serials   1,362,000 1,354,752
British Columbia Fire Protection and Waterworks
Districts  serials    599,400 586,254
British Columbia Improvement Districts serials  276,000 269,844
Vancouver   and   Districts   Joint   Sewerage   and
Drainage Board   1,000 1,000
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District     769,000 766,950
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District serials   2,053,000 2,032,778
Greater Vancouver Water District   70,000 69,901
Greater Vancouver Water District serials   602,000 582,191
Province of Ontario guaranty—University of Toronto 825,000 825,000
$160,139,700      $156,687,927
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1968/69
SCHEDULE No. 3
Municipal Superannuation Fund
Main Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1939, to March 31, 1969
Q 17
Fiscal
Year
Number
of Contributors
Contributions
Employee
Employer
Employee Refunds
Number
Amount
Superannuation Allowances
Granted
during
Year
Deaths
and Expirations
In Force
at End
of Year
Amount
Paid
1939/40	
1941/42	
1943/44	
1945/46.	
1947/48-	
1949/50.	
1951/52	
1953/54	
1955/56	
1957/58	
1959/60	
1960/61	
1961/62	
1962/63.	
1963/64	
1964/65	
1965/66—
1966/67	
1967/68	
1968/69	
3,515
3,460
3,340
3,949
4,707
5,907
6,800
7,435
8,269
9,193
12,749
17,959
18,689
19,235
20,344
20,823
21,701
22,896
24,642
26,603
$273,204
277,946
278,996
351,672
474,499
689,155
1,068,137
1,501,183
1,787,161
2,234,295
3,348,195
4,323,425
4,737,026
5,022,176
5,440,086
5,672,921
6,188,336
5,321,854
6,251,455
7,310,252
$376,213
403,590
411,337
505,050
693,553
1,072,595
1,388,865
1,808,218
1,991,952
2,227,693
3,889,051
5,072,511
5,707,400
5,995,113
6,209,670
6,378,878
6,864,937
6,221,489
7,125,025
8,122,640
71
128
125
314
499
459
804
753
909
853
1,054
1,287
1,787
1,976
2,089
2,501
2,555
2,713
2,585
2,670
$42,575
46,504
45,792
74,102
99,412
75,659
200,167
216,982
349,179
356,042
377,070
465,449
683,172
923,903
1,037,284
1,448,525
1,632,103
1,819,435
1,662,339
1,573,510
78
116
120
215
149
115
88
91
101
73
107
232
227
195
216
230
204
264
280
320
36
973
34
1,118
44
1,334
51
1,582
42
1,812
65
1,954
80
2,024
74
2,068
83
2,093
92
2,076
89
2,110
91
2,251
104
2,374
91
2,478
107
2,587
117
2,700
104
2,800
104
2,960
108
3,132
133
3,319
$329,309
369,231
460,091
551,639
702,630
827,006
954,168
1,137,286
1,185,087
1,205,586
1,452,696
1,589,647
1,785,352
2,223,092
2,554,987
2,781,466
3,012,344
3,598,153
4,050,586
4,511,993
 Q 18 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 4
Municipal Superannuation Fund
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1959, to March 31, 1969, Subdivided
According to Sex of Contributor
Superannuation Allowances
Number of
Contributors
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Fiscal Year
Granted
during
Year
Deaths and
Expirations
In Force at
End of Year
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
1959/60—
Maximum retirement age 65
7,673
	
376
55
62
1,372
Maximum retirement age 60
2,130
2,946
20
658
41
11
19
8
523
215
1960/61—
Maximum retirement age 65
8,995
385
100
72
1,400
Maximum retirement age 60
2,132
6,832
16
886
37
95
12
7
548
303
1961/62—
Maximum retirement age 65
9,348
	
463
116
74
1,442
Maximum retirement age 60
2,160
7,181
29
1,295
34
77
22
8
560
372
1962/63—
Maximum retirement age 65
9,443
514
	
113
72
1,482
Maximum retirement age 60
2,259
7,533
33
1,429
31
51
16
3
575
421
1963/64—
Maximum retirement age 65
9,695
6,669
531
1,170
131
29
77
1,535
29
Maximum retirement age 60
2,208
1,772
31
357
39
17
23
7
592
431
1964/65—
Maximum retirement age 65
9,912
6,717
645
1,487
142
34
79
1
1,598
62
Maximum retirement age 60
2,327
1,867
43
326
37
17
23
14
606
434
1965/66—
Maximum retirement age 65
10,173
6,934
719
1,465
107
41
78
1,629
104
Maximum retirement age 60
2,490
2,104
59
312
44
12
15
11
634
433
1966/67—
Maximum retirement age 65
10,651
7,389
702
1,626
158
46
81
3
1,706
147
Maximum retirement age 60
2,527
2,329
76
309
39
21
11
9
662
445
1967/68—
Maximum retirement age 65
11,243
8,481
642
1,550
178
52
67
5
1,817
194
Maximum retirement age 60
2,601
2,317
64
329
34
16
23
13
673
448
1968/69—
Maximum retirement age 65
11,891
9,508
625
1,576
201
64
|      87
5
1,931
253
Maximum retirement age 60
2,689
2,515
61
408
39
16
26
15
686
449
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1968/69 Q  19
SCHEDULE No. 5
Municipal Superannuation Fund
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1960, to March 31, 1969—Allowances Granted
and in Force, Subdivided by Type and Plan of Allowance
.
Gra
ated during Year
Expired during Year
In Force at End of Year
Fiscal Year
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1
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1960/61—
56
15
21
1
9
1
119
~io
17
5
4
26
1
20
3
14
1
192
21
250
285
10
343
51
1,059
1
T-pfifh
39
Totals     	
71
22
10
129
26
27
23
15
463
295
394
1,099
1961/62—
34
14
11
5
12
144
~~1
13
10
24
21
4
32
213
21
254
272
15
334
47
1,171
1
Death
46
Totals
48
16
12
151
23
24
25
32
488
287
381
1,218
1962/63—
23
13
8
3
11
131
" 6
11
2
11
26
1
21
3
15
1
225
19
256
254
17
324
44
1,287
1
r>eath
51
Totals  _	
36
11
11
137
24
27
24
16
500
271
368
1,339
1963/64—
13
23
36
14
4
10
150
~2
12
1
10
30
27
2
25
226
18
269
238
21
307
42
1,412
1
Death
53
Totals     .      	
18
10
152
23
30
29
25
513
259
349
1,466
1964/65—
9
28
5
2
9
4
166
~~7
18
11
28
2
17
1
40
217
18
286
215
21
299
45
1,538
1
Dfiath
60
Totals
37
7
13
173
29
30
18
40
521
236
344
1,599
1965/66—
11
16
11
2
10
2
147
"~5
11
1
17
24
2
17
28
4
217
17
286
202
21
292
47
1,656
1
Dpath
61
27
13
12
152
29
26
17
32
520
223
339
1,718
1966/67—
5
5
18
15
7
1
196
8
9
11
3
8
18
1
16
46
1
211
19
296
199
20
283
48
1,806
9
Death
69
Totals  .  .
28
15
8
213
22
19
16
47
526
219
331
1,884
1967/68—
6
4
27
24
4
210
2
3
13
8
17
1
23
3
43
204
23
315
206
19
264
45
1,973
11
Death
72
Totals	
37
24
4
215
21
18
26
43
542
225
309
2,056
1968/69—
5
7
40
13
21
214
13
7
7
4
7
17
4
18
5
7
64
202
26
308
229
15
259
40
14
2,123
24
Death
79
Totals	
12
40
34
234
18
21
30
64
536
244
313
2,226
/
 Q 20 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 6
Municipal Superannuation Fund
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31,1969
Employer
Contributors
Pensioners
Total
Contribu
Class I
Class 11
Class III
Class IV
tors and
Pensioners
Cities (32)
1
17
161*
47
401*
14
3
15
12
1
97
1551*
35
8
761*
721*
196
1411*
1002*
107i»
421*
26
64
83
321*
14
60
2,35717*
67
4113*
17
21
10
11
1
21
18
6
17
19
132
35
19
19
1
10
19
12
4
5
151*
1,4594*
12
2071*
1
8
1
51*
4
21*
1
2
26
30
2
1
651*
18
211*
9
6
18
171*
5
6
6512*
10
1591*
3
11
11
13
1
3
2
1
2
2
1
19
11
1
18
24
110
63
9
8
2
6
16
3
2
33
1,283
11
225
1
28
191*
21
711*
561*
181*
5
18
Grand Forks   .
14
1
163
2141*
Kimberley  (includes former Villages of
44
9
Nanaimo 	
1221*
1261*
5031*
2571*
1493*
1471*
541*
Port Moody _ _ 	
42
107
1281*
Revelstoke  	
441*
22
Trail (includes former District of Tada-
1141*
5,75023*
Vernon _	
100
1,0025*
White Rock	
21
Sub-totals of 32 active city accounts. 	
4,32631*
2,0746*
1,0708*
36
1,864
9,370*3'
Districts (40)
4442*
33
7
14
6
36
481*
461*
2
7
7
40
53
3
45
45
22
30
8
2321*
71
2
142
4
12
32
22
9
11
49
44
1032*
6
15
12
2
1
101*
9
1
8
8
2
8
1
10
3
2
15
42
54
2
4
1
3
1
1
6
1
2
2
2
21
27
7434*
Campbell River 	
39
16
Chilliwhack     _	
33
9
Coquitlam  _	
Delta...	
Esquimalt ■   	
63
921*
731*
Gold River
2
Hudson's Hope  	
Kent 	
Kitimat    ...
Langley 	
Mackenzie —	
7
9
601*
68
4
54
Matsqui 	
66
26
40
9
3441*
Oak Bay    _	
152
Peachland 	
2
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1968/69 Q 21
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31,1969—
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Class I        Class II     Class III
Class IV
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
Districts—Continued
Pitt Meadows..
Port Alice	
Port Hardy	
Powell River	
Richmond	
Saanich	
Salmon Arm—
Spallumcheen..
Sparwood	
Squamish...
Stewart (former village)..
Sumas_
Summerland-
Surrey	
Terrace-
West Vancouver 	
Sub-totals of 37  active district
accounts , 	
Towns (14)
Castlegar..
Comox—
Creston ..
Fort St. John  (includes former Village
of Aennofield).
Golden (former village) _
Hope..
Kinnaird (former village)..
Ladysmith	
Merritt	
Mission City~
Quesnel	
Sidney	
Smithers	
Williams Lake_
Sub-totals of 14 active town accounts  	
Villages (49)
Abbotsford—
Alert Bay	
Ashcroft	
Burns Lake—
Cache Creek..
Chetwynd	
Clinton	
Cumberland	
Fort St. James-
Fraser Lake	
Fruitvale	
Gibsons Landing..
Harrison Hot Springs..
Hazelton	
Invermere	
Kaslo	
Keremeos	
Lake Cowichan..
Lillooet	
Lumby	
2
2
68
230
214**
10
1
2
9
1
15
26
3441*
17
1701*
2,31211*
7
4
11
25
5
9
5
7
3
12
20
6
11
13
12
41
116
26
6
48
574
12
481*
38
3
1
2
2
64
3
36
4134*
67
5
10
40
1
2
5
30
24
246
11
4
2
~97
3291*
4084*
14
2
4
13
1
23
36
4641*
26
2781*
3,61215*
9
5
12
31
5
10
5
9
4
17
24
8
13
18
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 Q 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31,1969-
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Class I        Class II     Class III    Class IV
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
Lytton -
McBride..
Masset—
Villages—Continued
Montrose	
Nakusp	
New Denver-
Oliver	
100 Mile House..
Osoyoos	
Parksville	
Pemberton	
Port Edward	
Port McNeill—
Pouce Coupe	
Princeton	
Qualicum Beach-
Salmo	
Salmon Arm~
Sechelt	
Silverton	
Slocan. 	
Taylor	
Telkwa „
Tofino	
Ucluelet	
Valemount-
Vanderhoof-
Warfield	
Zeballos	
Sub-totals   of   38   active   village
accounts	
Miscellaneous Employers (41)
British Columbia Hospitals' Association	
British Columbia Housing Management
Commission (formerly British Columbia Housing Authority) _ —
Burnaby Public Library  	
Campbell River Fire Protection District.—
Catholic Family and Children's Service
(effective July 1, 1968)	
Central Okanagan Regional Planning
Board 	
Cominco Ltd. (former Tadanac firemen,
from January 1, 1969)	
Cultus Lake Parks Board  	
Esquimalt Municipal Sports Centre 	
Family and Children's Service (Victoria)—
Greater Nanaimo Water District	
Greater Vancouver Water District	
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District   —
Greater Victoria Water District	
Hospital Employees' Union	
Keremeos Irrigation District	
Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board
Magistrates   (British  Columbia  Government stipend)   	
Malaspina College 	
Nechako Improvement District	
3
4
1
61*
3
4
5
1
1
2
6
3
1
7
1
1041*
18
21*
28
7
246«*
28
7
1
12
12
1
3
31
11
2
23
19
2
50
63
4
4
1
61*
4
5
5
1
2
2
7
4
1
7
1
1211*
21
271*
6
50
1
31
1
8
81
7
3286*
35
10
1
16
12
1
5
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1968/69 Q 23
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31,1969—
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Class I       Class II     Class III
Class IV
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
Miscellaneous Employers—-Continued
Nelson Municipal Library 	
North Shore Union Board of Health	
North   Surrey   Civic   Properties   Commission..— —
Regional   District  of  Alberni-CIayoquot
(effective August 15,1968) 	
Regional   District   of   Bulkley-Nechako
(effective June 1, 1968) 	
Regional District of the Capital of British
Columbia   	
Regional District of Central Kootenay	
Regional District of Columbia-Shuswap	
Regional  District  of  Comox-Strathcona
(effective April 1, 1968).	
Regional   District   of   Cowichan   Valley
(effective September 1, 1968)	
Regional District of East Kootenay	
Regional District of Fraser-Fort George
(effective April 1, 1968) 	
Regional District of Kootenay Boundary_
Regional District of Okanagan-Similka-
meen  	
Regional District of Sunshine Coast	
Regional   District   of   Thompson-Nicola
(effective September 1, 1968)	
Selkirk College	
Trail-Tadanac Parks Commission	
University Endowment Lands 	
Vancouver Island Regional Library. _
Vancouver Public Aquarium Association-
Vancouver Public Library—   _
Sub-totals  of 40  active  miscellaneous accounts	
Hospitals by Name (96)
Armstrong and Spallumcheen—Armstrong
Arrow Lakes—Nakusp  	
Bella Coola General—Bella Coola	
Boundary—Grand Forks	
British Columbia Cancer Foundation—
Vancouver __ 	
Bulkley Valley District—Smithers 	
Burnaby General—Burnaby	
Burns Lake—Burns Lake  	
Campbell River and District—Campbell
River  	
Cariboo Memorial—Williams Lake	
Castlegar and District—Castlegar	
Chemainus General—Chemainus	
Children's Hospital—Vancouver	
Chilliwack General—Chilliwack-	
Cowichan District Hospital—Duncan	
Cranbrook and District—Cranbrook	
Creston Valley—Creston 	
Cumberland General—Cumberland	
Enderby and District Memorial—Enderby
Esperanza General—Esperanza 	
Fernie Memorial—Fernie..	
Fort Nelson General—Fort Nelson	
Fraser Canyon—Hope 	
81*
1
1
2
1
5
1
5
1
1
4
2
1
7
15
7
11
40
5008*
1
2
4
20
7
39
4
7
5
5
1
7
20
191*
9
4
4
1
2
5
1
2
38
38
109
22
221
340
10
18
981*
35
2422*
21
47
48
27
171*
903*
132
109
422*
8
24
61*
5
27
14
25
96
11
7
14
8
4
1
2
2
2
1
491*
1
1
3
2
7
1
6
2
2
5
2
1
14
19
4
29
15
270
1,0838*
10
2
13
24
1211*
42
2852*
27
54
53
33
181*
1083*
159
1421*
592*
16
29
91*
9
34
15
27
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 Q 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31,1969-
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Class I        Class II     Class HI
Class IV
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
Hospitals by Name—Continued
G. F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre—Vancouver 	
Golden and District General—Golden-
Gorge Road—Victoria	
Grace—Vancouver.	
G. R. Baker Memorial—Quesnel-
Holy Family—Vancouver.	
Kelowna General—Kelowna	
Kimberley and District General—Kimber-
ley.
Kitimat General—Kitimat	
Kootenay Lake General—Nelson-
Lady Minto—Ashcroft-
Lady Minto Gulf Islands—Ganges	
Ladysmith and District General—Lady-
smith	
Langley Memorial—Murrayville	
Lillooet District—Lillooet	
Lions Gate—North Vancouver	
McBride and District—McBride—
Maple Ridge—Haney-
Mater Misericordia.—Rossland	
Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsf ord General-
botsford..
-Ab-
Menno Hospital—Abbotsford   (effective
January 1, 1969)
Michel-Natal—Michel..
Mills Memorial—Terrace	
Mission Memorial—Mission-
Mount St. Francis—Nelson	
Mount St. Joseph's—Vancouver-
Mount St. Mary—Victoria...
Nanaimo Regional General—Nanaimo..
Nicola Valley General—Merritt	
Ocean Falls General—Ocean Falls	
100 Mile House—100 Mile House	
Peace Arch District—White Rock _.
Penticton—Penticton..
Pouce-Coupe Community—Pouce Coupe-
Powell River General—Powell River.	
Prince George and District—Prince George
Prince Rupert General—Prince Rupert	
Princeton General—Princeton— —	
Providence—Fort St. John.
Queen Alexandra Solarium—Victoria	
Queen Charlotte Islands General—Queen
Charlotte City 	
Queen Victoria—Revelstoke	
Rest Haven—Sidney-
Richmond—Richmond	
Royal Columbian—New Westminster-
Royal Inland—Kamloops	
Royal Jubilee—Victoria— 	
R. W. Large Memorial—Bella Bella—
St. George's—Alert Bay	
St. John—Vanderhoof	
St. Joseph's—Comox	
St. Joseph's—Dawson Creek.	
St. Joseph's—Victoria	
St. Martin's—Oliver-
St. Mary's—New Westminster_
24
2
10
8
10
3
32
41*
12
17
2
1
10
602*
2
12
4
2
1
5
9
3
18
10
34
2
2
12
24
1
14
30
81*
2
6
12
6
13
1244*
551*
1361*
7
6
11
7
1375*
71*
24
38
6
68
14
16
56
66
108
14
130
65
1
76
42
45
1661*
20
2181*
362*
7
473*
63
75
71
9
97
18
3
23
8
3
12
2H*
4
331*
951*
6
Uil*
13
1
14
3921*
15
4673*
10
12
99
1
112
12
3
19
552*
2
632*
9
11
8
9
45
50
42
1
52
32
35
73
9
100
55
65
243
13
290
17
1
20
4
4
13
15
75
5
92
1051*
7
1361*
5
6
81
11
106
1133*
4
1473*
71
5
841*
7
9
68
74
31
2
45
7
1
8
18
18
28
2
36
120
133
5364*
71
7318*
2422*
14
3113*
5736*
74
7837*
3
3
17
3
27
25
1
32
45
6
62
49
3
59
4533*
48
6388*
251*
1
332*
193
2
219
' Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1968/69 Q 25
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31,1969—
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Class I        Class II     Class in
Class IV
Pensioners
Total
Contributors and
Pensioners
Hospitals by Name—Continued
St. Mary's—Sechelt..
St. Paul's—Vancouver  	
St. Vincent's—Vancouver	
Shuswap Lake General—Salmon Arm~
Slocan Community—New Denver	
Squamish General—Squamish..
Summerland General—West Summerland.
Sunny Hill—Vancouver-
Surrey Memorial—North Surrey..
Tofino General—Tofino	
Trail-Tadanac—Trail  -	
University Health Service—Vancouver-
Vancouver General—Vancouver.  —
Vernon Jubilee—Vernon	
Victorian—Kaslo  	
West Coast General—Port Alberni..
Windermere District—Invermere	
Wrinch Memorial—Hazelton	
Sub-totals of 96 active hospital
accounts	
School Districts (60)
Agassiz (No. 76)	
Alberni (No. 70)	
Arrow Lakes (No. 10)..
Barriere (No. 25)	
Burnaby (No. 41)..
Campbell River (No. 72)..
Castlegar (No. 9)	
Chilliwack (No. 33)	
Courtenay (No. 71)	
Cowichan (No. 65)	
Creston-Kaslo (No. 86)-.
Delta (No. 37)- 	
Fernie (No. 1)-
Fraser Canyon (No. 32)	
Grand Forks (No. 12)	
Greater Victoria (No. 61)	
Gulf Islands (No. 64)	
Howe Sound (No. 48)	
Kamloops (No. 24)	
Kelowna (No. 23)	
Kimberley (No. 3)	
Kitimat (No. 80)  	
Ladysmith (No. 67)  __
Lake Cowichan (No. 66).  _
Lillooet (No. 29)	
Merritt (No. 31)	
Mission (No. 75)	
Nanaimo (No. 68)	
Nelson (No. 7)_
New Westminster (No. 40)..
North Vancouver (No. 44)..
Ocean Falls (No. 49) _
Peace River South (No. 59) _
Penticton (No. 15)	
Powell River (No. 47)	
Prince George (No. 57)	
Prince Rupert (No. 52)	
Penticton (No. 17)	
5
1432*
19
10
1
1
2
2
14
20
1
5194*
24
15
2
6
1,90823*
5
49
9
5
1591*
21
31
40
47
40
29
53
16
8
6
228
7
21
71
58
16
19
12
12
10
11
14
79
37
42
122
7
57
31
37
60
20
71*
601*
6
7
11
21
19
6
3
681*
2
6
40
31*
3
2
8
10
3
4
42
7
13
68
13
13
15
7
22
5985*
150
521*
6
Hi*
22
35
105
10
1231*
4
1,6919*
88
4
78
17
27
8,90955*
321*
22
21*
66
13
4
2
2
2
1
is
217
17
11
1
797
6
1
1
18
3
1
3
8
4
4
3
1
1
~26
1
1
2
3
3
1
12
5
9
15
4
4
2
2
1
27
8077*
182
661*
9
141*
26
37
120
10
1581*
5
2,42713*
129
4
104
19
34
11,61478*
6
871*
12
6
2372*
30
39
54
76
66
41
75
23
9
9
3221*
10
27
116
6H*
20
23
20
25
19
14
19
133
49
64
205
7
74
48
54
69
231*
91*
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
 Q 26 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULE No. 6—Continued
Municipal Superannuation Fund—Continued
Number of Contributors and Pensioners by Employer, as at March 31, 1969-
Continued
Employer
Contributors
Total
Pensioners
Contribu
tors and
Glass I
Class II
Class III
Class IV
Pensioners
9
1
10
22
10
32
11
	
1
12
871*
57
2
1461*
25
16
3
44
16
12
4
32
40
11
3
54
8
8
5
5
16
6
22
29
8
1
38
21
11
2
34
5
5
10
45
16
6
67
4
2
6
5804*
2582*
125
9636*
2
1
1
4
5
1
6
24
5
	
1
30
58
23
1
82
62
57
2
121
33
12
45
2,6037*
8985*
1502*
301
3,95214*
11,89181*
2,6896*
2,51517*
9,50857*
3,319
29,922161*
School Districts—Continued
Qualicum (No. 69)	
Quesnel (No. 28)	
Revelstoke (No. 19)	
Richmond (No. 38)  —
Saanich (No. 63)	
Sechelt (No. 46)  	
Shuswap (No. 89)-
Skeena-Cassiar (No. 88)..
Slocan (No. 8) 	
Smithers (No. 54)	
Sooke (No. 62)..
Southern Okanagan (No. 14) ..
Summerland (No. 77)	
Trail (No. 11)	
University Hill-
Vancouver (No. 39)	
Vancouver Island North (No. 85)..
Vancouver Island West (No. 84)—
Vanderhoof (No. 56)	
Vernon (No. 22)-
West Vancouver (No. 45) _
Williams Lake (No. 27)	
Sub-totals of 60 active school district accounts	
Totals of 317 active accounts—
* Inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits.
Number of inactive accounts, but eligible for pension benefits, 137.
Number of non-active unclaimed moneys accounts as at March 31, 1969, 348.
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1970
680-170-649

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