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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Thirty-fifth Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
CIVIL SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
for the
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31
1970
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1971
  To Colonel the Honourable Iohn 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 1969/70.
WESLEY D. BLACK
Provincial Secretary
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, British Columbia, January 13, 1971.
 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 1969/70.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
January 13, 1971.
W. H. FORREST
Superannuation Commissioner
 Superannuation Report, 1969/70
Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the Civil Service
Superannuation Act During the Fiscal Year 1969/70
Sections 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 16, 18, 19, 21, 43, 52, 53, 54, 55 (employee and
employer contributions)-—During the year an amount of $7,722,955 was received
from employees, consisting of the following:
Compulsory and arrears contributions  $7,014,142
Voluntary contributions         702,481
Repayment of moneys withdrawn  6,332
$7,722,955
During the year, employer contributions amounting to a net total of $6,460,906
were received from the following sources:
Minister of Finance—
Compulsory and arrears matching  $6,680,334
Reinstatement matching	
Prior-service  and reclassification requirements 	
2-per-cent formula requirements	
Service-bonus requirements
Minimum-allowance requirements	
Order in Council 3397/69 allowance
6,332
879
1,138,031
38,293
2,525
34,065
$7,900,459
Less refund abatements     1,804,224
Alcoholism Foundation of British Columbia	
Dyking districts	
Employees' association and credit unions	
Liquor Control Board	
Regional districts	
University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, and
Simon Fraser University	
$6,096,235
6,918
2,269
7,130
326,505
1,120
20,729
$6,460,906
As at March 31, 1970 there were 22,541 active contributors to the Fund.
Section 13—As at March 31, 1970 deposits with the Treasury at credit of the
Civil Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $169,525,713.
Section 14—Interest earned by the Fund amounting to $8,302,449 was received from the Minister of Finance. After crediting the accounts with interest
calculated on the credit balances in the Fund on April 1 and October 1, 1969,
computed at 4 per cent per annum in respect of employees who entered the Service
5
 R 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA
subsequent to April 1, 1958 and at 5 per cent per annum in respect of employees
who entered the Service prior to April 1, 1958, and to the Contributory Pensions
Account, there was a balance of unapportioned interest of $939,571, which amount
was transferred to the Reserve Account.
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.
Section 18—Of the 193 superannuation allowances granted under this section,
three were for reasons of total and permanent disability.
Section 20—Fourteen deferred superannuation allowances were granted under
this section. As at March 31, 1970 there were 233 former contributors with
credits in the Fund eligible to apply for a deferred superannuation allowance after
attaining the minimum retirement age.
Section 21—Of the 193 allowances granted under section 18, 86 retiring
employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under this section.
Section 22—Superannuation allowances were granted to dependents of 24
employees who died while in service, nine of which were granted on the 2-per-cent
formula.
Section 24—Refunds totalling $116,459 were made to the widow, widower,
or estate in the case of 35 contributors who died while in service.
Section 25—(1) Refunds totalling $1,898,663 were made to 2,401 former
contributors who left the Service, including 85 with more than 10 years of countable
service who elected to receive a refund. Of these, eight were eligible to receive an
immediate superannuation allowance and the other 77 were entitled to leave their
credits in the Fund in order to receive a deferred superannuation allowance after
reaching their minimum retirement age.
Section 28—Administration expenses amounting to $96,330 were paid from
the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Section 37—An amount of $3,290 was paid over to the Minister of Finance
from the accounts of 18 former contributors.
Imprest payments and receipts—An amount of $597,237 was paid out in
supplementing allowances granted prior to April 1, 1953 under Schedules B and C,
allowances granted prior to April 1, 1958 under section 58a (effective April 1,
1962), and allowances granted prior to March 31, 1966 under section 58b
(effective May 1, 1966), and under section 58c (effective May 1, 1968). 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 $46,745 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.
Section 47—(1) and (2) Of the 35 allowances granted under (1) and (2),
eight retiring employees selected the 2-per-cent formula under section 21.
(3) No disability allowances were granted on the 2-per-cent formula under
this subsection.
(4) Superannuation allowances were granted to dependents of four former
employees, one of which was granted on the 2-per-cent formula.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1969/70
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DEATH BENEFITS FUND
As at March 31, 1970 there were 1,826 superannuants participating.
During the year 97 claims were paid, amounting to $58,500, financed as
follows:
Amount Per Cent
Contributions by superannuants  $21,362 36.52
Contributions by Government     37,138 63.48
100.00
$58,500
For details of individual payments, see statement appended.
LEGISLATION
Bill 48 of the 1970 Session of the Legislature amended the Civil Service
Superannuation Act by the addition of section 58d. Subject to certain rules, this
section provides for payment of a supplementary allowance effective from May 1,
1970 to persons in receipt of a superannuation allowance granted before the 1st
day of April, 1968 of 10 per cent of the amount of the lifetime portion of the
superannuation allowance payable. The main rule provides that the supplementary
allowance shall be not less than $15 nor more than $30 per month.
Provision was also made that the supplementary allowances authorized by
sections 58a, 58b, 58c, and 58d shall be paid out of the Reserve Account and the
Consolidated Revenue Fund.
W. H. FORREST
Superannuation Commissioner
 R 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1970
Revenue
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees—
Regular   $7,014,142
Voluntary           702,481
Reinstatement   6,332
  $7,722,955
Employer—
Miscellaneous statutory, etc.   $8,265,130
Less refund abatements      1,804,224
     6,460,906
Transfers from Teachers' Pensions Fund        136,887
Transfers from former Liquor Control Board Pension Plan  17,376
Transfers from Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation
Fund   45,728
Transfers from Government of Canada Superannuation Fund  32,851
Allowance payment receipts (as per contra)—
Re Schedule B, sections 58a, 58b, and 58c supplementary allowances       $597,237
Re former Liquor Control Board employees  46,745
        643,982
Interest received from Minister of Finance     8,302,449
Expenditure
Superannuation allowances—
Paid from the Fund  $4,376,617
Allowance payments (as per contra)—■
Re Schedule B, sections 58a, 58b, and 58c supplementary allowances       $597,237
Re former Liquor Control Board employees  46,745
        643,982
$5,020,599
Refunds      2,018,413
Transfers to Government of Canada Superannuation Fund  36,928
$23,363,134
7,075,940
Net increase during year     $16,287,194
Add deposits with Treasury, April 1, 1969      153,238,519
Deposits with Treasury, March 31, 1970  $169,525,713
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1969/70
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CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Civil Service Superannuation Fund as at March 31, 1970
Cash and securities held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page
E 18 of the Public Accounts, 1969/70—
Cash in chartered banks in Canada    $383,982
Investments—
Bonds and debentures at book value      168,495,864
Bank of British Columbia, 28,900 shares at book value  645,867
Bonds and debentures—
Par Value
Province of British Columbia       $1,482,000
Province of Ontario   105,000
Province of Quebec   170,000
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority ...    104,053,500
British Columbia Ferry Authority        15,607,000
British Columbia  School  Districts Capital  Financing Authority          8,140,300
British Columbia municipalities        12,349,264
British Columbia improvement districts         8,130,300
British Columbia school districts        16,954,400
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company         4,783,000
Province of Quebec guaranty—Quebec Hydro-electric Commission   110,000
$171,884,764
$169,525,713
Civil Service Superannuation Fund distribution—
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for the payment of
current pensions 	
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions      $60,674,233
Employees' voluntary contributions          7,221,483
$67,895,716
Employer matching contributions       60,674,233
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the British
Columbia Ferries Division	
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the Liquor
Control Board	
Reserve Account of Liquor Control Board	
Reserve Account 	
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former
employees  	
$39,205,053
128,569,949
1,067
24,085
17,281
1,619,060
89,218
$169,525,713
 R 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Financial Report Explanatory Notes, Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1970
302,449 received from the Minister of Finance was credited
Interest in the amount of
to the following accounts:
Employees' Compulsory Contributions Account
Employees' Voluntary Contributions Account ..
  $2,617,998
  326,132
Employer Matching Contributions Account  2,617,998
Contributory Pensions Account  1,799,644
Special Agreement Accounts re certain employees of the British Columbia
Ferries Division and the Liquor Control Board  1,106
Reserve Account  939,571
3,302,449
The present value of the 274 superannuation allowances granted during the year in the
amount of $7,342,046 was credited to the Contributory Pensions Account from the following
sources:
Employees' Compulsory Contributions Account  $2,693,202
Employees' Voluntary Contributions Account       533,128
Employer Matching Contributions Account     2,692,064
Liquor Control Board Reserve Account  69,195
British Columbia Ferries Division Special Agreement Account  3,777
Teachers' Pensions Fund, re six pensions granted        136,887
Minister of Finance, under sundry statutory provisions, etc.      1,213,793
$7,342,046
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CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1947 to March 31, 1970
Subdivided According to Sex of Contributor
(Includes former Part II—Retirement Fund)
Number of
Contributors
Allowances
Fiscal Year
.   Number of
Refunds
Granted
Number of
Allowances
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Number of
Deaths and
Expirations
Number of
Allowances
in Force at
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Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
1947/48	
5,349
6,407
7,737
234
10,586
228
11,824
176
11,863
243
12,474
185
13,708
352
14,065
439
14,925
593
15,576
725
1,914
3,152
3,357
316
4,110
216
4,525
151
4,683
288
5,193
254
6,181
347
6,710
409
6,561
717
6,965
817
304
1,053
774
810
785
907
1,032
1,283
1,218
1,058
1,182
358
763
779
676
666
605
720
943
1,111
1,068
1,219
90
86
101
86
119
154
142
168
184
185
213
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11
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23
26
27
35
46
56
53
61
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31
34
49
62
49
67
72
64
80
74
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5
8
10
6
10
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9
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1,028
1,339
1,571
1,682
1,787
1,862
1,958
2,078
2,183
2,322
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1951 /52.	
107
1956/57- -	
137
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1961/62 	
179
Nonactive 	
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1964/65	
213
234
1965/66 	
259
1966/67 	
304
Nonactive	
1967/68	
Nonactive  	
1968/69. 	
356
400
1969/70	
Nonactive	
452
Nonactive—out of service less than three years.
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CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
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Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1948 to March 31, 1970—Allowances
Granted and in Force, Subdivided by Type and Plan of Allowance
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236
397
273
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136
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206
6
359
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39
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6
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4
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204
212 | 371 | 360
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28
85
Totals	
2 |     5 |     3 |  |   22 |   77
9
12 |   11
14 | ......
11
178 | 168 | 347 | 299
66
692
1964/65—
Normal	
Disability.  -	
Death	
10
9
4
31
2
102
2
21
7
2
13
7
1
6
1
12
6
1
129 | 151
4       4
47
314 1 202
9     32
31
147
8
773
38
132
Totals	
10 |     9 |     4 | . |   33 | 125
9
13 |     8|     6|     1
18
180 | 155 | 323 | 265
155
943
1965/66—
Normal and deferred-	
Disability	
Death     	
16
21
10
1
40
2
71
1
15
10
1
2
10
1
16
15
19
3
135
3
45
162
3
308
10
187
32
31
187
10
825
39
144
Totals	
16 |   21 |   11 | . |   42 |   87
13
11|   16 |   15 |	
22
183 | 165 | 318 | 250
197
1,008
1966/67—
Normal and deferred	
Disability 	
7
29
14
44
3
104
2
11
11
::::
5 I   14
12
1
2
1
22
1
4
131
3
45
186 | 308
3     10
175
31
29
230
13
907
40
151
Totals	
7 |   29 |   14 | |   47 | 117
ii
5|   14 |   15 |     1
27
179 | 189 | 318 | 235
243
1,098
1967/68—
Normal and deferred. .	
Disability 	
Death ~	
5
24
9
	
41
3
5
140
13
i
--
6
9
1
14
-----
10
	
20
4
1
135
3
39
201
2
303
10
165
31
27
271
3
18
1,027
36
163
Totals	
5 |   24
9 | |   49 | 153
7
10 |   14 |   12 |	
25
177 | 203
313 | 223
292
1,226
1968/69—
Normal and deferred 	
Disability-	
Death  -
7
1
26
6
74
7
9
90
1
17
10
1
16
17
1
12
3
1
2
1
14
1
10
132
3
39
211
2
292
9
153
28
26
343
9
27
1,103
36
170
Totals	
8 |   26
6
.. ,., |   90
108
11
16 |   18
16
3
25
174 | 213
301
207
379
1,309
1969/70—
Normal and deferred	
Disability—	
Death-  	
7
1
38
26
	
91
3
10
81
~17
9
T
9
10
1
13
2
2
2
23
1
10
130
3
39
240
2
308
8
140
26
26
432
12
35
1,161
35
177
Totals	
8
38
26
	
104
98
10
9
11
15
4
34
172
242
316
192
479
1,373
 R 14
BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted April 1, 1969 to March 31, 1970
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Part I Allowances
Adshead, Cecil Edward Millard-
Allen, Miss Maria Jean	
Allen, Ronald Douglas  	
Anderson, Thomas 	
Andrew, Lees   	
Anstey, Miss Ethel May 	
Archibald, Leon Burton 	
Argyle, Mrs. Helen Marguerita..
Baker, Cyril Walter	
Baldwin, Clifford Arnold	
Bamber, William George 	
Barr, Bruce Adams  	
Bell, Allan Clifford-
Bell, Henry Penketh 	
Berg, Jack Edwardson	
Berrigan, Louis Urbain.	
Billingsley, John Cyril Oscar-
Booth, Kenneth 	
Botterill, John Millford	
Boyle, Arthur-
Brand, George Alexander.—
Bratt, Horace Leslie	
Briggs, Stanley Leonard	
Broomfield, Donald Smith-
Broomhall, Mrs. Janet	
Brown, Mrs. Alene	
Bruce, Miss Janet Alexana.
Buhler, Mrs. Ida Irene	
Burns, Walter 	
Cambridge, Mrs. Barbara Mary-
Cameron, Wilson— 	
Cambell, Mrs. Mary Jane..
Cann, Mrs. Phyllis Irene-
Cannon, William Reagh...._
Carey, John Patrick...
Carpentier-Alting, John A..
Carr, Ernest Cowan	
Carter, Arthur Elvin .—	
Cawston, Richard Lowe 	
Chamberlain, Douglas Goddard..
Chapman, Jack Douglas	
Chell, Joseph-
Clark, Alexander Love Bonar.
Clark, Miss Kathleen Jane	
Clark, Marvin Gordon	
Cleven, Randolph Phifer	
Cook, John Lonie  	
Cope, Miss Ida May 	
Coughtry, William Gordon	
Cowan, William Patrick...
Cugnet, Miss Victoria Iona	
Cummings, Mrs. Clara Euretta..
Crummy, Miss Margaret Esther Keough
Cusack, Dr. Wilbur Clarence 	
DAgnolo, Aloysius	
Davidson, Mrs. Emily Clover..
Davies, Miss Gwyneth Muriel Jessie..
Dennstedt, Miss Agnes Alma 	
Dettman, James Grant 	
Devine, Victor .  	
Dixon, Miss Victoria May	
Dobbie, Miss Edna— 	
Dobson, Mrs. Sarah Jean	
Donaldson, George Alexander..
Donnison, Joseph-
Drew, Francis William Maxwell-
Eaton, Kenneth Kirby	
Eggie, Miss Dorothy Mae 	
Highways	
Social Welfare-
Public Utilities Commission-
Social Welfare	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance.
Attorney-General  _	
Mental Health.  	
Social Welfare _ 	
Education  	
Public Works 	
Attorney-General    _	
Education  -	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance .
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Liquor Control Board-
Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Mental Health  	
Highways   	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance .
University of Victoria   	
Public Works _ 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Attorney-General   	
Social Welfare- 	
Forest Service  	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance .
British Columbia Ferries Division 	
Mental Health  	
Attorney-General 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance.
Provincial Secretary  	
Municipal Affairs.
Health Services and Hospital Insurance .
Highways  _  	
Agriculture   	
Public Works   _. _..
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Education   	
Provincial Secretary-
Education 	
Labour	
Provincial Secretary..
Highways..
Health Services and Hospital Insurance..
Liquor Control Board  	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance.
Highways-
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Public Health Services 	
Recreation and Conservation 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Mental Health  	
Education    	
Attorney-General-
Highways	
Mental Health	
Provincial Secretary 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance.
Mental Health  	
Highways..
Mental Health  _  	
Forest Service    	
Highways   	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance	
Aug. 1, 1969
Mar. 1, 1970
Sept. 16, 1969
June 10, 1969
Apr. 15, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
July 29, 1969
July 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
July 19, 1969
Aug. 9, 1969
Feb. 15, 1969
Mar. 1, 1970
Dec. 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Mar. 1,1969
Sept. 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
Jan. 1,1970
Feb. 4, 1970
Sept. 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
Feb. 1, 1969
Aug. 15, 1969
Dec. 23, 1969
Jan. 1, 1970
Nov. 18, 1969
June 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
Dec. 1,1969
Jan. 1, 1970
Oct. 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
May 1,1969
July 1, 1969
Jan. 23, 1970
Jan. 1, 1970
Jan. 1, 1970
Apr. 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
May 1, 1969
Junel, 1969
Aug. 8, 1969
July 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
Mar. 1, 1970
June 1, 1969
Aug. 1,1969
Mar. 7, 1970
May 1, 1969
May 21, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
Apr. 24, 1969
June 1, 1969
Jan. 1, 1970
Aug. 23, 1969
Mar. 20, 1970
Sept. 1, 1969
Feb. 1, 1970
Apr. 1, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Dis.
N.
N.
Dis.
N.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
D.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
D.
N.
Def.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
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.=Normal retirement (228).
Dis.=Disability allowance (3).
Def.-rDeferred allowance (14).        D.=Deafh in service (28).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1969/70 R 15
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted April 1, 1969 to March 31, 1970—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Part I Allowances—Continued
Emerton, Walter	
England, Donald Gordon  	
Evans, Cyril George 	
Ferguson, George McKay  	
Ferguson, Mervin Ernest	
Filer, Frederick Harold _	
Folwell, Edward Joseph  _	
Forrest, Mrs. Eva May _ 	
Foster, William Robert _.	
Fraser, Graham .
Fraser, Mrs. Winnifred May-
Gibson, James Gordon	
Gibson, Miss Marjorie Clarissa	
Gilmer, George Robert Edward	
Gilmer, Mrs. Vivian Esson 	
Goult, Barrington Howard Earner-
Graham, Harry 	
Gronert, Paul Francis	
Hackett, Miss Helen Jane	
Hagman, Cecil Harold	
Haist, Idella— 	
Hamelin, Alfred William	
Hargrove, Frederick Emerson _.
Harrison, George  	
Hawksworth, Harold 	
Hewlett, Herbert Cecil	
Hickey, Glenn William  	
Hoerner, Donald — 	
Holborn, Floyd William	
Hoyer, Herbert Joseph	
Hoyt, Charles Oswald	
Irwin, Floyd Llewellyn.
Johnson, Gordon Edward  	
Jones, George Thomas 	
Kahr, Mrs. Jessie Patricia  	
Kennelly, Brendan Edward Thomas.
Kent, Arthur George 	
King, Charles William 	
King, Llewellyn Leslie — _
Kullander, Marvin Oliver  	
Kuly, Alexander —   _.
Lacey, Walter Harry 	
Lavery, William James 	
Lexa, Herbert Joseph-
Lillington, Mrs. Muriel Elizabeth .
Lohm, Hans (John) 	
Lonsbury, James Algin— 	
Lynch, James  _.
Magowan, John	
Mandl, Miss Ernestine 	
Martin, John 	
Martin, Theodore — 	
Mason, William Job-
May, James Allen .	
McCabe, George Davies..
McCormick, Miss Cora Marjorie Kilgore
McDiarmid, James
McDowell, Mrs. Mary Geraldine.
Mclntosh, Benjamin Wilcox	
Mclvor, George Hedley  	
McKechnie, Neil Douglas	
McKimmie, Allan Barron..
McLauchlin, Mrs. Frances Maude	
McLaughlin, William Thomas 	
McNeil, Archibald Gray	
Meadows, Walter Ronald 	
Metcalfe, William John	
Metro, Miss Mary  _ _.
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Attorney-General    _ 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Liquor Control Board	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Agriculture  	
Agriculture   	
Highways   _  	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Liquor Control Board  _	
Attorney-General  	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources—.
Labour   	
Public Utilities Commission 	
Public Works 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources —.
Mental Health  —
Mental Health ...._ _ 	
Highways 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Public Works 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources —
Attorney-General  	
Finance .    _
Public Works  _ 	
Public Works.. 	
Provincial Secretary 	
Education-._ 	
Education .— 	
Public Works 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Finance  	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Provincial Secretary  	
British Columbia Ferries Division	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources....
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Provincial Secretary 	
Highways  _ _ 	
Forest Service  	
Mental Health—   	
Highways    	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Education  _   _	
Liquor Control Board  	
Public Works — 	
Recreation and Conservation	
Public Works  	
Highways   _ 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Public Health  	
Attorney-General   	
Agriculture	
Commercial Transport.  	
Mines and Petroleum Resources 	
Mental Health	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance
Provincial Secretary   	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Public Works  	
Attorney-General   	
Attorney-General   	
July 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Dec. 9, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
Aug. 16, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
May 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
Jan. 30, 1970
Apr. 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
Mar. 1, 1970
Sept. 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
Feb.1,1970
Nov. 1, 1969
Aug. 1,1969
Sept. 1, 1969
May 1, 1969
May 15, 1969
Sept. 1, 1969
Jan. 1, 1969
Nov. 1, 1969
Mar. 1, 1970
Jan. 9, 1970
Jan. 1, 1970
Aug. 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
July 19, 1969
Sept. 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Nov. 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
Oct. 30, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
Jan. 1, 1970
June 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
Nov. 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Nov. 1, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Sept. 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
July 10, 1969
Feb. 18, 1970
Sept. 1, 1969
Feb. 1, 1970
May 1, 1969
May 1, 1969
Jan. 1,1970
Sept. 16, 1969
Nov. 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
Def.
D.
D.
Def.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N._-:Normal retirement (228).
Dis.=Disability allowance (3).
Def. _=Def erred allowance (14).
D.=Death in service (28).
 R 16
BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted April 1, 1969 to March 31, 1970—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Part I Allowances—Continued
Aug. 1, 1969
Aug. 16, 1969
July 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Jan. 1, 1970
May 1, 1969
Nov. 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
Feb. 1, 1970
Jan. 1, 1970
Oct. 1, 1969
Oct. 2, 1969
Nov. 1, 1969
May 1, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
Nov. 1, 1969
Mar. 1, 1969
Mar. 1,  1970
May 1, 1969
Jan. 1, 1970
Nov. 1, 1969
May 2, 1969
Sept. 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
July 1, 1969
May 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
Nov. 15, 1969
July 29, 1969
July 24, 1969
July 1, 1969
Mar. 1, 1970
Apr. 1, 1969
Apr. 10, 1969
Nov.  1, 1969
Mar. 1, 1970
May 1, 1969
Dec. 5, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Jan. 1, 1970
Mar. 1, 1970
Apr. 9, 1969
Oct. 26, 1969
Apr. 16, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
May 7, 1969
Feb. 1,1970
May 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
Jan.17,1970
Mar. 1, 1969
Sept. 6, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
May 1, 1969
May 1, 1969
Jan. 1, 1970
May 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Feb. 1, 1970
Nov. 13, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Feb. 19, 1970
May 1, 1969
Sept. 1, 1969
N.
Mental Health   	
N.
Mills, Thomas Gordon Stowe	
N.
N.
Morrison, Dr. Hugh MacKenzie	
N.
N.
Highways   	
N.
Munday, Frank Howard	
Murrant, John Henry Frederick	
N.
N
Public Works. _	
N.
N.
Def.
Olson, Milton Eugene 	
Mental Health	
N
N.
Social Welfare —    	
Def.
N.
Mental Health   	
N.
Health Services and Hospital Insurance —	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance 	
N.
N.
D.
Pedersen, Ejnar Westergaard—	
N.
Attorney-General— 	
Highways...	
N.
Def.
Philipps, Mrs. Evelyn Ruth  —
Playfair, Geoffrey Allan	
Def.
N.
Social Welfare   	
Finance	
N.
N.
Postgate, Mrs. Hilda Irene 	
Powell, Mrs. Dorothye Matilda	
Putnam, James Murray  	
Def.
Mental Health 	
N.
Social Welfare  	
D.
Forest Service	
N.
Richmond, Dr. Richard Guy Eaton	
N.
Public Health 	
N.
Health Services and Hospital Insurance 	
N.
Robinson, Miss Kathleen Louise 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance 	
N.
N.
N.
Health Services and Hospital Insurance.	
N.
N.
Sandberg, Harry Gustave	
N.
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
N.
Scott, Eric — 	
N.
Health Services and Hospital Insurance 	
Public Works.	
Def.
N.
N.
Public Works	
N.
N.
Smith, Albert. — .
Attorney-General	
Public Works	
N.
D.
N.
N.
Stade, Maitland George 	
Attorney-General	
N.
Stafford, Harold Dunlop	
Education	
N.
N.
Stewart, Leonard Reo	
Attorney-General  	
Dis.
Stewart, William James   .
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Public Works	
Finance   	
D.
D.
Strandberg, Mrs. Ida Verne	
N.
Sullivan, James.	
N.
Tait, Mrs. Lillian Rose 	
Education.... _	
N.
Taylor, William Albert.	
Mental Health
D.
Thomas, William Frederick.	
N.
Thompson, Donald Lamon.  	
Liquor Control Board	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance	
Highways	
Public Works	
Mental Health    — 	
Labour 	
D.
N
N
N
Tifenbach, William	
N.
N
Titmuss, Alexander 	
N.
N.=Normal retirement (228).
Dis.=Disability allowance (3).
Def.=Deferred allowance (14).       D.=Death in service (28).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1969/70
R 17
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted April 1, 1969 to March 31, 1970—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Part I Allowances—Continued
Tondevold, Paul Alexander _.
Tonkin, Harry Melville
Trahan, Mrs. Marion Elizabeth..
Tratch, Michael Anthony	
Tregear, Stanley James  __.
Tuttle, Alfred John 	
Tyler, Horace _
Upham, Miss Margaret Priscilla	
Vollinger, Mrs. Gwendoline Ismina.
Watt, Grahame MacMurtrie 	
West, Earl Stewart.
Westlake, Mrs. Margaret Alice..
Westwood, Earl Cathers 	
White, Robert Edward _	
Whitworth, Arthur Cyril	
Wilkinson, Percival Edward	
Willan, Thomas Mark	
Williams, Archibald Wallace	
Williams, Arthur William
Willis, Ronald Blythe Jordan	
Wilson, Miss Mary Gladys	
Windover, Richard Earl 	
Winstanley, Mrs. Marion McEwett.
Winston, Walter David  	
Wolf, Bertrand William . - 	
Wood, Thomas William George	
Wright, Mrs. Ethel Margaret	
Wright, James Maurice _
Yingling, Charles Miles	
Part II Allowances
Baldwin, Cecil Henry	
Baumel, Josef	
Brighton, Gordon Wilfred-
Brown, Horace _
Casorso, John Bernard	
Chadwick, Glenn.— 	
Coleman, Joseph Philip	
Coleman, Thomas George .
Day, Harold _
Dyck, Julius 	
French, Edward Morris..
Goodmanson, Harold	
Graw, Bruno —  	
Haines, Ralph William.-
Hirtle, Loraine Ray-
Hitchcock, William John..
Janzen, Isaac 	
Katzel, Alfred Louis..
Kennedy, Alexander Raymond-
Langland, Melvin  _	
Materi, Romuald  	
Millard, Walter	
Noseworthy, Stephen	
Nutter, Thomas ___ _ —
Otto, William Francis..
Peck, Arthur	
Pedersen, Marius Christian _
Potestio, Peitro Guiseppe—
Rainbow, John Alfred	
Seifrit, Otto.  	
Shura, Joseph   _
Sinclair, William Colin .
Thompson, William George..
Tipping, Roy Phineas	
Turner, Lloyd Benjamin	
Webster, Harry Bell..
Whibley, Walter John	
Whitney, Ernest Llewellyn.
Willerton, Nelson	
Highways	
Mental Health ..
Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Liquor Control Board	
Public Works   	
Attorney-General..
Recreation and Conservation — 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance..
Highways..
Attorney-General..
Public Works	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance	
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
Commercial Transport .  	
Mental Health ,	
Education   	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Mines and Petroleum Resources	
Public Health Services  	
Education  _
Health Services and Hospital Insurance .
Attorney-General .- _ 	
Liquor Control Board  	
Highways-
Education.... 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Provincial Secretary-
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways..	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Public Works-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways ....
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways	
Highways-
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Highways	
Highways	
Highways  	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Highways  	
Highways 	
Highways  _ 	
Jan. 1, 1970
July 1,1969
Mar. 17, 1970
May 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
Sept. 1, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
Jan. 15, 1970
July 10, 1969
June 7, 1969
May 22, 1969
Sept. 13, 1969
Feb. 1, 1970
Dec. 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
May 22, 1969
Mar. 1, 1970
Aug. 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
May 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
Jan. 1,1970
Jan.1,1970
Jan. 1, 1970
Dec. 1, 1969
Oct. 9, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
Aug. 6, 1969
Nov. 4, 1969
Feb. 1, 1970
Dec. 16, 1969
Nov. 18, 1969
June 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
Apr. 1, 1969
Nov. 1,1969
Dec. 1,1969
Dec. 1, 1969
Mar. 1,1970
Apr. 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
May 20, 1969
Aug. 1, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
Jan. 1, 1970
Jan. 1, 1970
June 1, 1969
Jan. 4,1970
June 1, 1969
Mar. 1, 1970
July 19, 1969
Oct. 17, 1969
May 1, 1969
Jan. 15, 1970
Apr. 1, 1969
Mar. 1, 1969
June 1, 1969
Dec. 4, 1968
Apr. 1, 1969
Dec. 19, 1969
Dec. 1, 1969
May 30, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
N.
N.
N.
D.
N.
N.
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N.=Normal retirement (228).
Dis.=Disability allowance (3).
Def.=Deferred allowance (14).       D.=Death in service (28).
 R 18 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART III—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
Death Benefit Payments Made During the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1970
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Wheeler, Harold R	
Sutherland, Andrew	
Kyle, James Clelland	
McCarthy, Clarence L.~
Mogensen, Clara I	
Cooke, John	
Aitken, John _
Leeming, Thomas Hope-
Evans, Sydney R. H.	
Hoppe, Reynold	
Gourlay, David	
St. Martin, Edna  _
Kent, William G 	
Collishaw, John H	
Friesen, Alpha Hiebert 	
Briggs, Claude Grasley	
Anderson, William Hutchison_
Erskine, Robert	
Hall, Thomas Roy 	
Shambrook, Albert	
Cameron, Somerled	
Haslett, Stuart Cedric 	
Fisher, Walter S	
Kirkpatrick, Harold S	
Stevenson, George C.
Cunningham, Alexander T.Wilson, William  _
McLaughlin, Patrick	
Trueman, Fred	
Chalmers, Alexander-
Jones, Frederick	
Mills, Ernest L._	
Anderson, Charles	
Brown, Essie H	
Dryden, Alfred-
MacRae, Farquhar	
Browning, Joseph J. C.
Heyes, Frederico	
Murphy, Frank 	
Simm, Robert Brown —
Lundie, George	
Park, William R.	
Bray, William A	
Davis, Ernest	
Hayhoe, James S.	
Bradford, Charles G.
Brown, Boyd T	
Dickson, James	
Abbott, Douglas H. R...
Currie, William H. 	
Campbell, Nina M. P	
Hunziker, Edmond W...
Blacow, James 	
Painter, Bertram H..	
Corry, Walter E. _.	
Meadows, Walter R	
Munro, John A 	
Springer, Martin..
Bergenstrom, Jonas G.	
Robinson, Peter H	
MacLachlan, Robert D.„
Blygh, Eulalie C. C	
Robinson, Charles H _
Roddis, Albert E	
Donnelly, James J	
Oram, David F  .
Leduc, Augustus S. ~	
McRae, Roderick A—	
Paulding, James E	
October 5, 1968	
October 26, 1968-	
December 3, 1968—
December 3, 1968—
December 30, 1968..
February 14, 1969—
February 17, 1969—
March 7, 1969	
April 3, 1969 _.
April 3, 1969 	
April 4, 1969 	
April 10, 1969	
April 11, 1969	
April 16, 1969. —.
April 19, 1969	
April 26, 1969	
April 29, 1969	
May 7, 1969	
May 10, 1969	
May 16, 1969....	
May 29, 1969	
May 29, 1969	
Junel, 1969. 	
June 4, 1969 __	
June 7, 1969	
June 12, 1969	
June 13, 1969 -	
June 18, 1969	
June 21, 1969	
June 29, 1969	
July 2, 1969 	
July 5, 1969 .
July 8, 1969
July 11, 1969	
July 14, 1969	
July 15, 1969	
July 21, 1969	
July 25, 1969 	
July 28, 1969	
August 12, 1969	
August 22, 1969	
August 28, 1969	
August 30, 1969	
August 31, 1969	
August 31, 1969	
September 3, 1969 ...
September 8, 1969...
September 8, 1969-
September 16, 1969-
September 26, 1969-
September 27, 1969..
September27, 1969..
October 1,1969	
October 14, 1969	
October 18,1969	
October 21, 1969	
October 31, 1969—
November 1, 1969—
November 2, 1969 —
November 10, 1969-
November 19, 1969...
November 22, 1969...
November 22, 1969 _
November 26, 1969 _
November 29, 1969..
December2, 1969	
December 6, 1969.....
December 7, 1969	
December 11, 1969-
$1,000
500
1,000
500
1,000
1,000
500
500
500
500
1,000
1,000
500
1,000
1,000
1,000
500
500
500
500
600
1,000
500
500
500
800
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
700
500
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
1,000
500
500
600
500
600
500
900
600
1,000
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT,  1969/70
PART III—DEATH BENEFITS FUND—Continued
Death Benefit Payments Made During the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1970—Continued
R 19
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
December 15, 1969 	
December 21, 1969       	
December 22, 1969  	
December 26, 1969	
December 28, 1969              	
$500
500
700
600
500
January 4, 1970  -	
500
Tyler, Horace  - 	
January 8, 1970      	
January 13, 1970 	
January 13,1970  	
January 15, 1970  	
Januarv 15. 1970  ..._	
1,000
1,000
500
Clements, Clifford N.                                	
500
500
McDonald, Frank O.
January 16,1970	
January 19, 1970	
January 26, 1970 .._
January 27, 1970 	
500
500
Welsh, Frederick S    _            .,—	
500
500
January 27, 1970 	
January 31, 1970 	
February 12, 1970 	
February 13, 1970 _.
800
Haile, Joseph J   ,	
Rutter, Henry P   	
500
500
500
Stoker, Fred  	
Februarv 13.1970             	
500
February 22, 1970	
March 1. 1970  	
500
Simmons, William R 	
500
Kelley, Woodford O	
March 7, 1970	
March 8, 1970 	
March 10, 1970  	
March 13, 1970-	
March ''O. 1970    _   .        	
600
Thomas, John     -	
500
500
1,000
500
March 22, 1970	
500
$58,500
SUMMARY 0
Seventy at $500	
FPAYMENTS
$35,000
3,600
1,400
1,600
900
16,000
Six at $600	
Two at $700	
Two at $800 	
One at $900 	
Sixteen at $1,000 	
Total 	
$58,500
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1971
250-171-289

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