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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Thirty-eighth Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
CIVIL SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31
1973
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1973
  To the Honourable Walter S. Owen, 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 ended March
31, 1973.
ERNEST HALL
Provincial Secretary
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C., December 3, 1973.
 The Honourable Ernest Hall,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
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 ended
March 31, 1973.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
December 3,1973.
W. H. FORREST
Superannuation Commissioner
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT
ANNUAL REPORT
Report of Business Done in Pursuance of the Civil Service Superannuation Act
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1973
Sections 2, 4, 4 (a), 7, 8, 9, 11, 16, 18, 19, 21, 43, 52, 53, 54, 55 (employee
and employer contributions)—Employee contributions amounted to $11,835,942,
made up as follows:
$
Compulsory and arrears contributions  10,929,469
Voluntary contributions        840,213
Repayment of refunds for reinstatement  13,489
Purchase of military service  52,771
As at March 31, 1973, there were 25,612 active contributors.
Employer contributions amounted to $13,281,306, made up as follows:
Minister of Finance— $ $
Compulsory and arrears matching  10,240,106
Reinstatement matching  13,489
Military service matching  52,771
2-per-cent formula requirements     4,310,638
14,617,004
Less refund abatements     2,163,565
12,443,439
Alcoholism Foundation of British Columbia  10,147
British Columbia Medical Plan  59,533
Dyking districts  3,009
Employees' union and credit unions  10,381
Glendale Hospital  38,884
Liquor Control Board—
Compulsory and arrears matching        532,712
2-per-cent formula requirements        138,074
  670,786
Regional colleges  10,687
Regional districts  3,130
University of British Columbia and University of Victoria  21,310
Section 13—As at March 31, 1973, deposits with the Treasury at credit of the
Civil Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $244,441,579.
Section 14—Interest earned by the Fund amounting to $13,627,107 was received from the Minister of Finance. The distribution of this amount to the accounts
of the Fund is set out in the explanatory notes to the financial statements. It includes
credits to employee and employer contributory accounts calculated at 4 per cent per
 H 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
annum for employees entering the Service subsequent to April 1, 1958, and 5 per
cent per annum for those entering the Service prior to that date on the balance on
the accounts at April 1 and October 1, 1972, and credits to Contributory Pensions
Account calculated at 5 per cent per annum on the balances at April 1 and October
1, 1972. Unappropriated interest amounting to $3,587,303 was credited to Reserve
Account.
Section 17—All moneys received and paid out under the provisions of this
Act are shown in the statement of changes in fund balance and the assets and
liabilities appertaining to the granting of superannuation allowances are shown
in the statement of financial position. These financial statements are attached
to this Report.
Sections 18, 20, 22, and 47—During the year, 400 allowances were granted,
as follows:
To Former Contributors Under
Part I Part II
Normal retirement  296 39
Total and permanent disability      13 2
Deferred allowances     22 1
Dependents upon death in service     26 1
As at March 31, 1973, there were 289 former contributors with credits in
the Fund who were eligible to apply for deferred superannuation allowances after
attaining the minimum retirement age.
Sections 21 and 47 (4)—Of the 400 allowances granted, 330 were on the
2-per-cent formula.
Section 24—Refunds totalling $194,185 were made to the spouse or estate
in respect of 64 contributors who died in service.
Section 25 (1)—Refunds totalling $2,182,742 were made to 2,703 former
contributors who left the Service, including 83 with more than 10 years of countable service who elected to receive a refund. Of these, 9 were eligible to receive
a superannuation allowance immediately and 74 were entitled to leave their credits
in the Fund in order to receive a deferred superannuation allowance after attaining the minimum retirement age.
As at March 31, 1973, there were 457 former contributors who had left the
Service more than three years prior to that date and who, while not entitled to
leave their credits in the Fund in order to receive a deferred superannuation allowance, had not applied for a refund of their contributions. Individual credits amounting to $122,139 are listed in the attached schedule.
Section 29—Administration expenses amounting to $138,899 were paid from
Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Section 37—Payments to the Minister of Finance totalling $3,727 were made
from the credits of 11 former contributors.
Sections 58k, 58b, 58c, 58v, and 58e—Supplementary allowances totalling
$1,110,498 were charged to the Reserve Account of the Fund.
By special arrangement, Crown Life Insurance Company reimbursed the
Fund amounts totalling $63,708, representing that portion of the superannuation
allowances received by former employees of the Liquor Control Board that had
been purchased from the Company prior to August 1, 1961.
Comparative, statistical, and detail schedules of contributions, refunds, and
allowances granted and in force at the year-end are attached to this Report.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73
PART III—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
H 7
As at March 31, 1973, there were 2,365 superannuants participating.
During the year, 94 claims amounting to $56,900 were paid from funds, provided as follows:
$ Per Cent
Contributions by superannuants  27,244 47.88
Contributions by Government  29,656 52.12
56,900
100.00
Individual payments are listed in the attached schedule.
LEGISLATION
The Civil Service Superannuation Act was amended during the 1973 Spring
Session of the Legislative Assembly. Among the more important changes are the
following:
(1) Amending the title of the statute to Public Service Superannuation Act.
(2) For the purposes of calculating a contributor's allowance upon retirement using the 2 per cent of highest average salary per year of service
formula, changing the averaging period from seven years to five years.
(3) Changing the rate of employee contributions to 6 per cent of salary
(4V2 per cent of salary on which Canada Pension Plan contributions are
made) for all years of service and eliminating contribution deficiency
adjustments on early retirement.
(4) Where an employee's service exceeds 35 years, providing for continuation of contributions to retirement and for refund of contributions made
during service prior to the last 35 years, with interest at 6 per cent per
annum.
(5) Authorizing the Minister of Finance to invest also in the capital stock
of a corporation.
(6) Counting as contributory service a period in which an employee is receiving a monthly income benefit under an approved group disability
salary continuance plan.
(7) Providing pro rata reciprocal portability of contributions and service with
other British Columbia public pension plans where the service in one
plan commences not more than three years after the service in the other
plan terminated.
(8) Where a contributor retires before qualifying for an unreduced allowance, changing the basis of the reduction from an actuarial equivalent
factor to a 5 per cent per annum factor.
(9) For Class D contributors, removing the plan of allowance providing
automatically one-half of the allowance to the widow upon the death after
retirement and providing for choice of plan.
(10) In the event of the contributor's death in service, providing for widowers
on the same basis as widows and providing for continuance of the spouse's
allowance in the event of remarriage.
(11) Providing for refund of voluntary contributions upon retirement at the
option of the contributor.
 H 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA
(12) Providing, effective May 1, 1973, for payment to persons in receipt
of an allowance prior to April 1, 1972, of a supplementary allowance
calculated by applying to the lifetime portion of the allowance the
following percentage:
Percentage
Allowance Granted Increase
At or before March 31, 1970  8
April 1, 1970, to March 31, 1971  6
April 1, 1971, to March 31, 1972  3
with minimum increases of $12, $9, and $4.50 respectively.
W. H. FORREST
Superannuation Commissioner
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73 H 9
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1973
ASSETS
Cash and investments held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page
B 10 of the Public Accounts, 1972/73— «
Cash in chartered banks in Canada   42,016
Investments at book value  244,399,563
Par Value
$
Short-term deposits with chartered banks  10,705,000
Bonds and debentures—
Province of British Columbia   1,559,000
Province of Ontario     130,000
Province of Saskatchewan   100,000
Province of Quebec guaranty—
Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission   110,000
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority _ 156,247,700
British  Columbia Ferry  Authority    15,607,000
British Columbia Railway Company   22,103,000
British  Columbia School Districts  Capital Financing
Authority     10,293,300
British Columbia municipalities   10,455,212
British Columbia improvement districts   7,444,400
British Columbia school districts   10,927,700
Province of Ontario guaranty—
Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission   1,970,000
Province of Manitoba guaranty—■
Manitoba Telephone System   70,000
Shares—
Bank of British Columbia (38,100 at $25)   952,500
248,674,812
244,441,579
FUND BALANCE
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for the payment of current
pensions        65,216,990
Balance at credit of contributory accounts—■ $
Employees' compulsory contributions      81,941,552
Employees' voluntary contributions          8,319,705
90,261,257
Employer matching contributions      81,941,552
  172,202,809
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the Liquor Control
Board   39,285
Reserve Account of Liquor Control Board     7,571
Reserve Account!       6,842,947
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former employees, as per Schedule 1   122,139
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees who transferred from
the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority   9,838
244,441,579
i Reserve for supplementary allowance payments under sections 58a, 58b, 58c, 58d, and 58e.
 H 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1973
Fund Balance Increased During Year by
Contributions as per requirements of the Act—
Employees— *
Regular       10,929,469
Voluntary   840,213
Reinstatement    13,489
Military service   52,771
Employer—
Miscellaneous statutory, etc.   15,444,871
Less refund abatements      2,163,565
11,835,942
13,281,306
Transfers from—
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Fund ....    1,171,133
Government of Canada Superannuation Account          33,765
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Pension Fund .... 3,223
Former Liquor Control Board Pension Plan  14,622
Teachers' Pensions Fund         181,761
Province of Quebec Pension Fund    10,501
       1,415,005
Interest received from Minister of Finance ....     13,627,107
40,159,360
Fund Balance Decreased During Year by
Superannuation allowances: $
Charged to Contributory Pensions Account   6,651,574
Less reimbursement from former Liquor Control
Board Pension Plan or portion of allowances paid
to former Liquor Control Board employees         63,708
     6,587,866
Sections 58a, 58b, 58c, 58d, and 58e supplementary allowances
charged to the Reserve Account      1,110,498
Refunds     2,380,654
Transfers to—■
Government of Canada Superannuation Account        77,060
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Pension
Fund          2,681
Workmen's Compensation Board Superannuation Fund      21,333
        101,074
10,180,092
Net increase in Fund balance during year     29,979,268
Fund balance, March 31, 1972  214,462,311
Fund balance, March 31, 1973  244,441,579
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73 H 11
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
FINANCIAL REPORT EXPLANATORY NOTES
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1973
Interest in the amount of $13,627,107 received from the Minister of Finance was credited
to the following accounts:
$
Employees' Compulsory Contributions Account   3,430,363
Employees' Voluntary Contributions Account  367,575
Employer Matching Contributions Account  3,430,363
Contributory Pensions Account  2,809,721
Special Agreement Account re certain former employees of British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority  382
Special Agreement Accounts re certain employees of the Liquor Control
Board   1,420
Reserve Account   3,587,303
Unclaimed Moneys Account  (20)
13,627,107
	
The present value of the 400 superannuation allowances granted during the year in the
amount of $15,041,255 was credited to the Contributory Pensions Account from the following
sources:
$
Employees' Compulsory Contributions Account    4,845,565
Employees' Voluntary Contributions Account        658,133
Employer Matching Contributions Account    4,845,565
Liquor Control Board Reserve Account       201,564
Minister of Finance, under sundry statutory provisions, etc.     4,308,667
Teachers' Pensions Fund, re 10 pensions granted        181,761
15,041,255
 H 12 BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 1—Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees'
Accounts as at March 31, 1973
Name
Department
Amount
Forest Service _	
$
65.40
424.95
448.73
447.06
63.55
461.45
108.63
17.82
Mental Health Services ■■■   ■■
57.80
Baker, Wilfred H	
23.95
81.05
B.C. Ferries                              .   .
19.36
7.87
B.C. Ferries „   „
1,208.18
171.20
84.18
10.38
9.73
63.95
128.57
28.59
B.C. Ferries	
122.11
Highways 	
440.95
9.18
238.85
B.C. Ferries	
113.26
160.54
192.34
Boyce, Albert R _	
B.C. Ferries _ 	
68.88
47.09
39.94
7.65
Public Works	
1,105.22
53.81
18.91
509.93
110.48
Public Health Services	
B.C. Ferries   	
2.18
Budnick, D. M—            	
23.29
29.27
8.87
37.18
29.42
5.044.12
317.78
334.64
33.76
882.28
2,069.72
451.67
125.13
43.78
46.92
Clark, Richard C.	
32.93
22.85
Cluff, Albert N.	
373.91
B.C. Ferries   	
15.57
Collins, James Raymond 	
571.58
39.26
4.01
Coutts, Delia M	
4.21
117.82
Covle, Brian C
135.29
254 24
716 07
Crump, Janis Muriel.  _	
421.66
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
H  13
Schedule 1—Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees'
Accounts as at March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
$
324.61
75.00
Dale, R. A.            	
Highways  	
Highways   	
76.21
135.23
1,387.65
94.50
29.85
B.C. Ferries 	
Hi ghway s  _ 	
B.C. Ferries L. ,.	
Mental Health Services	
520.94
178.28
4.47
5,156.03
87.12
24.26
1,025.53
78.41
28.35
55.48
237.52
76.75
25.02
Provincial Secretary	
18.77
239.31
17.13
20.21
586.62
40.75
B.C. Ferries           .   ...
397 69
766.76
15.33
21.67
Education   _„_	
22.91
23 22
56.22
43.73
18.09
B.C. Ferries	
42.32
Highways    _	
229 01
102.04
Mental Health Services  	
65.94
12.97
653 46
Everall, Walter G.    	
37 69
Falconer, S. J. B. David    	
Mental Health Services ____	
44.70
2,262.90
22 20
B.C. Ferries    	
Finch, Sidney F.         „.       	
79.67
36 62
563.53
B.C. Ferries   	
108.04
44 60
416.39
22 81
342.45
131.72
687.12
B.C. Ferries   . _	
21.01
Water Resources Service-   	
6,035.63
50.39
Fulton, Donald G	
40.23
Gail, Winnifred P.	
B.C. Ferries	
11.65
20.57
Mental Health Services- 	
246 99
137.16
48.46
Ganthier, F  D
57 71
Getson, James Edward- 	
Highways. 	
30.18
 r
H 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 1—Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees'
Accounts as at March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
Gillies, Bernard _.	
Ginther, Norma Darlene Anna-
Glen, Donald William	
Godfrey, Gladys	
Goldberg, E   _
Goodwin, Pamela Joy_ 	
Gorin, Eric H  	
Gormley, Peter	
Grace, Joan E 	
Grant, John E	
Gray, Murray Thomas-
Green, Joan Theresa	
Gregory, Hilda..
Grieder, Arthur August..
Griffin, Susan Anne	
Griswold, Kingsley Hollsworth..
Grizzelle, Victoria Anne 	
Gunderson, Sharon 	
Gurney, Robert A 	
Gutemar, George C _	
Hackl, Earl..
Hagelund, R. M	
Haile, Evelyn Betty..
Haines, Phillip K..
Haire, Thomas Alexander	
Hall, Peter Stephen 	
Haluss, Lorraine Eleanor	
Hamilton, Gordon C _
Hamilton, Mary Jean 	
Harding, Clark Rockwell	
Harvey, David G —	
Hauschild, George C	
Hay, Margaret Diane 	
Heeks, Ronald V 	
Henderson, Hermine Estella-
Hendrickson, Patricia E	
Henry, Ernest-
Herriott, Karen Leslie....
Hickling, Robert Willis.
Hodges, Wayne Benjamin..
Holmes, Margaret Kathleen..
Hooker, Linda Gail  	
Hore, Brian Trevor 	
Home, Robert 	
Hotner, D. L _ _
Howat, Marilyn Anne
Hughes, Dorene P	
Hughes, Patricia	
Hunter, Jo-Mary	
Isabelle, Paul E 	
Jackson, George Peter	
Jamieson, Marjory Mary	
Jamieson, Thomas Douglas.
Jang, Ging L	
Jarvis, Mary Eleanor Leith _
Jeffs, James A	
Jenner, Douglas Arnold.	
Johnson, Douglas Ove —	
Johnson, Matilda Patricia	
Johnson, Richard J.  _
Johnston, Irene Fem._	
Johnstone, George  —
Joneja, Rajindar Pal.
Jones, Edward David-	
Jordan, Hiltrud Elisabeth.
Jorgenson, D. G	
Highways 	
Mental Health Services-
Highways..
Mental Health Services-
Public Health Services-
Mental Health Services-
Public Health Services-
Mental Health Services _
Public Health Services-
Mental Health Services _
Forest Service	
Provincial Secretary	
Education	
Highways 	
Education —
Highways-
Forest Service	
Mental Health Services...
B.C. Ferries 	
Forest Service.  	
Highways  _	
B.C. Ferries _ 	
Public Health Services...
B.C. Ferries  	
Attorney-General.	
Forest Service	
Human Resources	
Human Resources	
Human Resources	
Highways	
Forest Service	
B.C. Ferries...— 	
Mental Health Services _
Mental Health Services-
Public Works	
Mental Health Services...
Highways.
Mental Health Services-
Highways  	
Public Works 	
Mental Health Services -
Provincial Secretary	
Highways	
Highways...
Mental Health Services-
Education 	
Mental Health Services-
Mental Health Services-
Public Health Services	
Forest Service	
Public Works	
Mental Health Services-
Attorney-General	
B.C. Ferries _  ...
Attorney-General	
Forest Service _.
Highways 	
Forest Service	
Mental Health Services-
Forest Service 	
Public Health Services...
B.C. Ferries... 	
Mental Health Services..
Attorney-General	
Human Resources	
Public Works	
381.32
29.10
,511.74
87.90
23.87
143.23
39.99
25.84
,762.98
148.76
176.08
200.28
105.35
64.90
640.05
20.22
,732.17
46.18
2.75
160.24
183.00
52.34
96.15
127.99
40.99
85.09
76.11
75.99
631.32
319.68
29.89
30.01
11.92
26.92
296.47
4.97
10.08
37.04
174.36
748.09
993.13
37.61
75.38
47.29
161.95
14.33
66.56
14.77
503.12
20.46
67.56
30.59
100.75
13.18
223.54
249.79
15.34
42.44
31.32
449.27
21.34
14.50
,372.01
47.77
226.88
1.22
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
H  15
Schedule 1—Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees'
Accounts as at March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
Jurcic, Mile 	
Kabir, Mohammed Ahmed-
Keitch, Thomas P -	
Kermeen, Iris Laura Lee	
Kerr, James Ferguson	
Keyowski, John	
Khan, Riasat Ali	
Kidwell, William D	
Kjelson, Norman Obert.
Klann, Jakob..
Klingensmith, Mary Wendellina..
Kneller, Phyllis	
Knowles, Ivan Moore 	
Knutson, Eleanore Joanne	
Kostyniuk, Mieczyslaw	
Kraft, Darlene Ann  	
Krahn, Jake Henry_ 	
Kreitzer, Kay Mary Ann	
Kucin, Mary... _ __	
Lachapelle, Richard _.	
Lambright, Ray A..
Lariviere, Hattie Marie....
Larocque, Eunice Diane.
Larson, Ruth I  	
Laursen, Donald V 	
Lavoie, Aimee  	
Lawrence, Gayle Nadene..
Lawrence, Peter	
Leblanc, John D 	
Lee, Robert Chung Nin.	
Leedham, David Allan....
Lefler, Acey C.
Leslie, George Gray	
Lester, Teresa Catherine	
Lesyk, J. B  ....	
Linton, Frederick St. Clair...
Livingstone, James Francis-
Lloyd, Richard Harvey_	
Lobb, Robert I 	
Loewen, Bernhard.	
Long, Morris R 	
Loughran, John L 	
Lowrey, James	
Lowrie, Raymond A	
Lungul, L. D...
Lygas, Walter	
Macaleese, Helen S..
Macfie, Brenda	
Mack, Tong Y..
Mackay, James Alexander..
Mah, Gin 	
Marion, John Albert 	
Marion, Michel Romeo Ludger..
Marsh, Patricia D	
Marshall, Garry R	
Marshall, William 	
Marsiske, Wolfgang _	
Martineau, Lillian E	
Mason, AlanaK..
Matheson, Frances Winnifred	
McComb, Margaret K 	
McComb, Margaret Kenrena	
McConnell, Frank	
McCrae, June Clare	
McDonald, James	
McFadden, Gerald J.
Forest Service	
Mental Health Services-
Public Works	
Human Resources	
Forest Service	
Highways  	
Attorney-General	
Highways-
Mental Health Services..
Attorney-General 	
Attorney-General	
Labour -	
Highways	
Education	
Public Works...
Forest Service-
Highways	
Human Resources-
Human Resources-
Finance 	
Mental Health Services..
Human Resources.-	
Education	
Mental Health Services...
Highways-
Forest Service	
Attorney-General-
B.C. Ferries	
B.C. Ferries _
Mental Health Services..
Attorney-General	
B.C. Ferries	
Mental Health Services-
Public Health Services-
Mental Health Services .
Public Health Services-
Mental Health Services-
Forest Service 	
Human Resources	
Finance  	
Public Works	
B.C. Ferries 	
Highways .
Mental Health Services.
Provincial Secretary.	
Highways -	
Public Health Services-
Education  	
B.C. Ferries 	
Forest Service	
B.C. Ferries 	
Forest Service	
Forest Service...	
Finance... 	
Highways.
Highways..
Mental Health Services..
Mental Health Services.
Mental Health Services.
Mental Health Services...
Mental Health Services-
Mental Health Services-
Mental Health Services-
Public Health Services —
Mental Health Services..
B.C. Ferries	
$
35.38
452.85
42.96
21.91
237.30
39.45
2,566.95
110.98
789.00
24.38
199.74
23.60
58.63
86.89
72.11
52.93
19.51
191.35
592.32
29.40
240.49
98.10
33.61
123.82
9.80
31.41
45.97
93.05
205.56
212.04
27.03
224.82
170.58
6.60
126.13
7.19
21.58
579.13
78.17
26.68
115.67
70.21
220.93
61.59
93.91
23.97
4,826.72
452.09
20.15
63.54
11.94
277.00
23.01
61.22
22.92
143.12
121.17
1,595.90
48.85
550.81
84.84
152.29
5.23
27.97
50.64
117.63
 H 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 1—Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees'
Accounts as at March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
$
1,961.04
40.06
Mclntyre, William E  	
B.C. Ferries      ' _
36.46
B.C. Ferries   	
63.24
McLean, Mary	
487.78
McManus, Thomas B.	
12.19
121.63
51.59
2,221.27
8.26
McRae, H. N	
35.26
143.83
Mellander, Leah Maria	
32.12
41.68
41.55
91.37
23.34
10.40
97.10
25.26
161.53
40.05
34.83
117.41
95.12
5.25
234.98
11.73
444.61
19.01
B.C. Ferries        .._   ....
33.52
Nast, A. S.                     	
77.85
29.62
240.11
1,095.28
92.11
Mental Health Services _	
7.99
417.21
Social Welfare —	
67.15
93.84
No well, Robin Ellen	
26.58
B.C. Ferries...........	
24.01
O'Brien, R. F	
B.C. Ferries ■       	
52.35
881.21
O'Neill, Martin Charles 	
42.89
21.95
Public Health Services...   	
344.25
1,495.13
B.C. Ferries    _   	
43.82
340.39
4.78
B.C. Ferries    _        	
56.12
75.53
1,331.96
8.86
Patterson, Robert Winfield	
Attorney-General	
50.68
13.87
Paul, Phyllis L.                             	
11.30
Education	
924.51
52.84
31.89
78.31
110.98
36.08
386.62
3,887.65
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
H 17
Schedule 1—Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees'
Accounts as at March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
$
279.29
423.44
23.31
57.59
53.18
151.05
13.25
363.57
92.68
18.74
26.28
7.63
113.24
Riddell, Sylvia A.	
1,170.44
116.86
55.10
1,745.90
217.21
1,065.24
4.36
16.14
48.50
B 0 Ferries
62.42
B.C. Ferries            	
42.62
9.30
240.01
73.53
86.89
45.04
41.66
B.C. Ferries    -    —
15.48
14.31
7.38
245.34
71.44
71.21
112.44
15.22
39.62
257.53
Education ' '    -
21.26
86.21
Scholz, Gunther Heinrich 	
Mental Health Services.  -  	
25.99
157.56
39.60
82.80
62.26
31.03
281.73
23.88
42.20
701.41
39.22
729.81
46.14
111.06
31.80
1,383.27
110.62
Smith, Marjorie Irene	
14.39
Smith, Michael D.           	
111.56
Smith, R. H 	
54.21
Smith, Victoria Mary	
241.00
62.61
Human Resources 	
19.65
35.64
 H  18 BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 1—Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees'
Accounts as at March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
Steele, Gerald R.
B C. Ferrifs
$
125.37
149.44
Education     	
177.57
210.39
Stevens, Kathryn Ellen	
7.64
B.C. Ferries
9.90
Stewart, Kathleen	
B.C. Ferries   	
197.75
19.43
6.01
Strembeski, Joyce Margaret	
166.84
Sutherland, Allister 	
139.19
Swigart, Judith A	
112.27
18.11
Taylor, Mary E.. .   _	
30.21
1,663.75
Thiede, Albert Henry	
78.73
Thomas, Ruby Beatrice. .   .   _	
144.61
Agriculture	
124.35
1,150.37
B.C. Ferries
361.67
Tomsett, Arthur F	
B.C. Ferries                                _	
389.22
161.87
8.36
485.07
B.C. Ferries—  	
Highways	
65.57
Turner, Ge.org<v
13.76
90.21
389.81
Education ',	
54.34
Upshall, Patricia Anne            	
139.56
Videto, Claudia A    	
69.89
14.99
320.34
28.91
Wakefield, John C	
14.18
26.69
Wallace, Bryan T	
206.81
99.76
78.87
19.32
25.36
33.22
134.35
72.86
Mental Health Services  	
Pnhlir. 'Works
24.84
15.68
632.52
186.18
Wilson, E. M 	
77.87
Wilson, Edward T	
B.C. Ferries   	
117.14
100.14
Wong, B                           	
61.22
Wong, Chuck K.. _    .
159.77
727.52
1,060.61
Wood, Ronald R.
B.C. Ferries    _	
1.33
Wright, Ian C	
168.86
89.57
51.04
219.64
15.16
122,139.46
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CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1951, to March 31, 1973, Subdivided
According to Sex of Contributor
(Includes former Part II—Retirement Fund)
Fiscal Year
Number of
Contributors
Male
Female
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Male   Female
Allowances
Number of
Allowances
Granted
Male    Female
Number of
Deaths and
Expirations
Male    Female
Number of
Allowances
in Force at
End of Year
Male    Female
1951/52..
1956/57-
Nonactive-
1961/62	
Nonactive -
1966/67	
Nonactive .
1968/69	
Nonactive..
1969/70 	
Nonactive.
1970/71	
Nonactive..
1971/72	
Nonactive..
1972/73	
Nonactive-
6,407
7,737
234
10,586
228
13,708
352
14,925
593
15,576
725
15,932
677
17,144
712
17,834
861
3,152
3,357
316
4,110
216
6,181
347
i    6,561
717
6,965
817
7,137
778
7,581
812
7,778
943
1,053
774
810
1,283
1,058
763
779
676
943
1,068
1,182      1,219
919
1,075
1,428
1,059
859
1,339
86
101
86
168
185
213
218
228
286
11
3
23
46
53
61
69
109
114
31
34
49
72
80
74
83
74
82
1
9
9
15
7
13
1,028
1,339
1,571
1,958
2,183
2,322
2,457
2,611
2,815
107
137
179
304
400
452
506
608
709
Nonactive—out of service less than three years.
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
H 21
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1951, to March 31, 1973—Allowances
Granted and in Force, Subdivided by Type and Plan of Allowance
(Includes former Part II—Retirement Fund)
Granted During Year
Expired During Year
In Force at End of Year
Fiscal Year
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Normal	
17
25
17
27
5
12
7
7
134
229
379
229
Disability.	
	
1
	
3
1
1
1
8
7
18
25
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6
	
—
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—
	
—
	
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87
19
Totals	
23 |   26
"|   31 |. |_
5
13 |     8
9 | ......
	
229
236
397 | 273 |	
1956/57—
5
4
5
75
3
11
4
11
3
136
206
359
283
288
Disability—	
1
3
	
1
2
5
6
12
39
13
Death	
	
	
	
10
3
	
1
	
1
63
38
8
Totals	
6
4
«l  II   86
6
11
4
14
	
4
204
212
371 j 360
329
1961/62—
1
2
4
1
3
22
60
3
6
1
10
2
11
8
4
	
6
1
122
5
164
4
336   232
11     35
62
579
Disability	
28
Death	
	
	
14
2
	
2
4
51
 |   32
4
85
Totals	
2|     5
3
 |   22
77
9
12
»
14
11
178 | 168
347 | 299
66
692
1966/67—
Normal and de
ferred 	
7
29
14
44
104
11
5
14
12
1
22
131
186
308
175
230
907
Disability —
	
	
	
2
	
1
1
3
3
10
31
40
Death- 	
	
—
	
	
3
11
2
4
45
—
29
13
151
Totals	
7
29 |   14
...... |   47
117
11
5
14
15
1
27
179 [ 189
318
235
243
1,098
1968/69—
Normal and de
ferred	
7
26
6
74
90
10
16
17
12
2
14
132
211
292
153
343
1,103
Disability	
	
	
7
1
1
3
1
1
3
2
9
28
9
36
Death 	
i
	
	
	
9
17
i
	
1
10
39
	
26
27
170
Totals 	
8
26
6
	
90
108
11
16
18
16
3
25
174
213
301 | 207
379
1,309
1969/70—
Normal and de
ferred  	
7
38
26
91
81
9
9
10
13
2
23
130
240
308
140
432
1,161
Disability	
	
 .
	
3
	
	
	
1
2
	
1
3
2
8
26
12
35
Death 	
1
	
	
10
17
1
	
	
2
10
39 |	
26
35
177
Totals	
8 |   38 |   26
 | 104 |   98
10
9|   11
15 |     4
34
172 | 242
316 | 192
479
1,373
1970/71—
Normal and de
ferred..	
7
57
18
114
47
9
17
14
9
4
27
128
280
312
131
542
1,181
Disability	
....
	
	
11
6
	
1
1
	
3
3
2
7
25
23
38
Death	
	
	
	
12
15
3
	
2
2
6
36
	
24
45
186
Totals..	
7
57
18
. | 137 |   68
12
17 |   15
12
6
36
167
282 | 319 | 180
610
1,405
1971/72—
Normal and de-
74
17
777
34
5
10
14
7
6
21
123
794
3in
1?4
763
1,194
38
12
1
1
1
3
7
7
75
34
Death 	
	
	
	
	
16
11
2
3
1
10
34
21
60
187
Totals	
 |   24 |   12
 | 255
46
7
10
14
10
8
32
160
296
317 | 170
857
1,419
1972/73—
Normal and de
ferred	
1
36
16
	
300
5
19
14
46
 ,	
2
2
105
316
280
124
1,061
1,197
Disability ~	
2
	
13
1
1
1
1
4
1
6
25
46
38
Death	
—
10
	
17
	
1
6
1
	
33
4
21
76
187
Totals
3
36
26
	
330
5
21
15
53
4
2
142
317
290
170
1,183
1,422
 H 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973
Name
Department or Branch
Effective
Date
Particulars
Public Health Services. —
May 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Mar. 1, 1973
Feb. 1, 1973
Aug. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
June 1, 1972
Nov. 1,1972
Aug. 1, 1972
May 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
July 1,1972
Apr. 1,1972
June 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Apr. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Oct. 1, 1972
Apr. 1,1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
Dec. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Nov. 1,1972
Aug. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Nov. 1,1972
Sept. 1, 1972
May 1, 1972
May 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
July 1,1972
Oct. 1,1972
June 1, 1972
July 1,1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Aug. 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
Feb. 1, 1973
Nov. 1, 1972
Sept. 1,1972
Sept. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
June 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
June 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Sept. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Feb. 1, 1973
Sept. 1, 1972
Dis.
Allen, James Rodger	
N
N
N
N
Public Works	
N
Angrignon, Frederick H	
N
N
N
Aquin, Joseph Romeo Lionel — _.
Mental Health Services	
N
N
N
Bailey, George H. 	
Baird, James Douglas	
Agriculture _   —     	
N
N
N
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Human Resources	
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
Highways	
Mental Health Services.	
Public Works _	
N
Bates, Stanley Stuart.—   ■
N
N
N
Bell, Hugh R 	
Public Health Services
N
Bellis, Miss Marion Agnes	
N
Education _ _
D
N
Def.
Public Works .._	
N
Binet, Arthur C
Public Works	
N
Dis.
Public Works	
N
N
Mines and Petroleum Resources..   	
N
Bos, William H..
N
N
Bowering, Frederick Newton	
Boyd, Miss Marian Isabel	
N
N
N
N
Public Works	
N
Bredy, Gottfred Ernest	
Mental Health Services  :   	
N
N
N
N
N
Brown, William Roy	
N
Public Works	
N
Def.
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
Mental Health Services	
N
N
Highways  	
N
N
Finance	
N
Carroll, Miss Alice Kenyon	
N
Public Health Services	
N
N
Def.
Chappell, Wilfred G	
N
N^Normal retirement (335).
D=Death in service (27).
Def.=Deferred allowance (23).
Dis.=Disability allowance (15).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
H 23
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department or Branch
Effective
Date
Particulars
May 1, 1972
June 1, 1972
July 1,1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Oct. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Aug. 1, 1972
May 1,1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Apr. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Jan. 1,1973
Nov. 1, 1972
Feb. 1,1973
June 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Mar. 1, 1973
Jan. 1, 1973
Nov. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
July 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Jan. 1, 1973
Jan. 1, 1973
Aug. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
May 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
Dec. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
June 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Dec. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Oct. 1,1972
June 1, 1972
Feb. 1,1973
June 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
June 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
May 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
June 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Nov. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
Nov. 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
May 1, 1972
May 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1972
N
Clark, Edward Moeller   	
N
Attorney-General	
N
Clarke, Miss Lydia Odette	
N
Finance	
Recreation and Conservation 	
N
Cliffe, Percy Marshall	
N
Cochrane, Kenneth Alasdair.	
N
Coffey, Wendell Emerson	
N
Colodin, Paul. _	
N
Cooper, Mrs. Adela 	
N
N
Cordrey, Arthur Albert 	
N
Cork, Mrs. Gladys 	
Def.
Cosser, Richard Henry          	
N
Cox, Charles James          	
N
Cox, Donald McMillan	
N
Craigdallie, Thomas	
N
Crittenden, Aimer B	
N
Crittenden, John O. 	
D
Dakin, Charles Lyle	
Education	
N
Daniele, Guieseppe	
D
Dart, Miss Florence	
Dis.
Davey, Orie Parker  _	
N
Day, Alick Alfred ..."
N
De Coninck, Cyril A. J	
N
Deacon, Wilbert William	
N
Deasty, Stanley Albert	
B.C. Ferries	
Highways _      	
D
Dewar, Harold David       	
N
Dickinson, Henry	
N
D
Dixon, Alexander Wright 	
N
Dodds, Ian Laidlaw..	
N
Douglas, Mrs. Ann	
N
Duthie, John 	
N
Edison, Mrs. Charlotte D	
Dis.
N
Eley, Miss Evelyn Mabel	
N
Ellwood, Thomas 	
D
Elwood, Mrs. Gwendolyn Joan	
N
England, Eric	
N
Erskine, Miss Margaret R	
Public Health Services  	
Public Health Services _
N
Ewert, Henry 	
N
N
Festerling, Emil	
N
Follett-Osborne, Leslie	
N
Fosker, Mrs. Beth	
Def.
Fox, Leonard William	
N
Fraser, Mrs. Althea J	
Highways	
Def.
N
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
N
Gilbert, Robert  .
N
Dis.
N
Goldie, John Smith T	
N
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources 	
N
Goyan, Mrs. Gertrude M	
N
Graham, George Wilfred	
Education —          	
N
Graham, Miss Marjorie Cecily	
Def.
Green, Leonard 	
N
Griffiths, Thomas Bernard	
N
Guppy, Robert L	
Education	
Public Health Services	
N
Haggitt, Mrs. Margaret M.	
N
Hamersley, Mrs. Frances E. S	
N
Hamersley, Hugh Lindsay S	
N
Hamilton, Mrs. Dorothy A	
N
Harmon, Arthur L 	
Hawkshaw, Richard Crichton G    ...
D
N=Normal retirement (335).
D=Death in service (27).
Def.=Deferred allowance (23).
Dis.=Disability allowance (15).
 H 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department or Branch
Effective
Date
Particulars
Feb. 1, 1972
Aug. 1,1972
July 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
June 1,1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
Mar. 1, 1973
Oct. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
May 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Nov. 1,1972
July 1, 1972
Jan. 1,1973
Nov. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Sept. 1,1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Sept. 1,1972
Feb. 1,1973
Jan. 1, 1973
Apr. 1,1972
June 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Dec. 1,1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
May 1,1972
Nov. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
June 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Mar. 1, 1973
Aug. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Apr. 1,1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Aug. 1, 1972
May 1,1972
Aug. 1, 1972
May 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Apr. 1,1972
Nov. 1, 1972
May 1,1972
Sept. 1, 1972
Nov. 1,1972
Dec. 1, 1972
June 1,1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Dec. 1,1972
Apr. 1,1972
N
B.C. Ferries	
N
N
Helps, Mrs. Rachel E. P	
Def.
D
D
N
N
N
Hill, Robert Angus	
N
N
Highways 	
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
Attorney-General  	
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Education  	
Dis.
N
Provincial Secretary 	
N
Dis.
N
N
N
Public Works	
N
Finance	
N
Kidd, Robert W	
Highways  	
N
Kidd, Miss Sarah E.
N
N
Knight, Mrs. Ethel
Attorney-General 	
N
N
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources __
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources...	
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources 	
N
N
Mental Health Services   _.
N
N
Public Health Services 	
N
Lewis, Rhys T._ 	
N
Mines and Petroleum Resources	
N
Littleproud, Miss Margaret I	
Logie, Williams James 	
N
Education ■• '
N
Dis.
N
Mental Health Services.....	
N
N
N
MacDonald Morley Ernest	
MacDougall, Hugh 	
Labour	
Attorney-General	
N
N
N
N
N
N
Madeley, Mrs. Dorothy 	
Finance                         	
N
N=Normal retirement (335).
D=Deathin service (27).
Def.=Deferred allowance (23).
Dis.^Disability allowance (15).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73 H 25
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department or Branch
Effective
Date
Particulars
Mander, Mrs. Margaret M	
Margison, Clifford Rudolph..
Marriott, Earl _..
Masters, Mrs. Emily E 	
Mathers, William Whelen	
Maype, Charles Alec	
McCall, Robert Joseph -	
McCallum, Donald Robert ...
McCaulder, James G	
McCrimmon, Ronald	
McCutcheon, Lewis David	
McDiarmid, John Alexander-
McDonald, Donald James	
McDonald, William Norman..
McFadyen, Robert Ross	
McFarlane, Alexander	
McGowan, Edwin Archibald...
McGregor, Mrs. Rosie	
McGregor, Roy Maver	
McKee, Robert Gerald	
McKenzie, Hubert Eugene	
McLaughlin, Miss Elizabeth....
McLaughlan, Henry G	
McLellan, Ian John.. 	
McNabb, Eric Royal	
Mercer, Walter Roland.
Merrick, Earl V. R._
Mile, Andrew  ,
Miles, Mrs. Nora Sylvia-
Mole, William Henry..
Monteith, Charles Edward-
Moore, Earl Alexander	
Moore, Forrest G	
Moore, Frederick Robert 	
Morrison, James McRobb	
Morrison, Mrs. Muriel Cathrine .
Morton, Mrs. Nora Rebecca	
Mosdell, Mrs. Cecilia J	
Mucha, John-
Mullan, Miss Sarah	
Mullens, Mrs. Margaret L 	
Musselman, Miss Margaret A. S...
Neaves, Miss Britta	
Neilson, George Ernest	
Nelson, Floyd Harold 	
Nesbitt, Earl Frederick . 	
Nickerson, David Armit	
Niven, Thomas Wilson	
Norberg, Albin Carl	
O'Tooke, Mrs. Dorthea A. 	
Oakley, Clifford Hudson	
Olsen, Erling 	
Olsen, Magnus  	
Orwell, Clifford	
Paling, Miss Freda Helen M....
Park, John ... 	
Payne, Charles William John~
Peake, Mrs. Mary E	
Pearson, Keith H 	
Pearson, Mrs. Sylvia V _.
Pelly, Ralph Horsley	
Perkins, Mrs. Rita  	
Pertch, Mrs. Blanche 	
Pesonen, Mrs. Lydia	
Peterson, Mrs. Elsie 	
Pickett, Leonard .
Pickford, Arthur James..
Public Health Services	
Labour	
Education	
Attorney-General  	
Provincial Secretary 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources..
Attorney-General	
Mental Health Services  	
Highways  	
Mines and Petroleum Resources	
Mental Health Services 	
Greater Victoria School District	
Public Works   — _
Public Health Services	
Mental Health Services  _.
Finance  	
Recreation and Conservation	
Education 	
Highways	
Finance	
Mental Health Services  _	
Highways   	
Mental Health Services	
Attorney-General	
Commercial Transport  	
Public Works  	
Mental Health Services 	
Public Works 	
Mental Health Services. 	
Public Works 	
Public Works 	
Highways	
Highways   	
Provincial Secretary	
Highways.....   	
Mental Health Services 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources...
Mental Health Services	
Highways 	
Public Health Services	
Highways	
Education 	
Liquor Control Board	
Mental Health Services	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources...
Highways	
Finance    	
Recreation and Conservation	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Mental Health Services  	
Highways	
Mental Health Services	
Highways 	
Public Works	
Human Resources Services™ 	
Mental Health Services  _
Attorney-General	
Public Health Services	
Public Health Services	
Public Health Services 	
Public Health Services	
Attorney-General	
Mental Health Services  	
Mental Health Services  	
Mental Health Services	
Attorney-General 	
B.C. Government Employees' Union	
May 1
Oct. 1,
Aug. 1
Feb. 1
Oct. 1,
Sept. 1
Nov. 1,
June 1,
June 1,
May 1,
June 1,
July 1,
May 1,
Feb. 1,
Jan. 1,
Nov. 1,
Jan. 1,
May 1,
July 1,
July 1,
Aug. 1,
Mar. 1,
Mar. 1,
Nov. 1,
Apr. 1,
Apr. 1,
July 1,
Oct. 1,
May 1,
Sept. 1,
July 1,
Oct. 1,
July 1,
Sept. 1,
Apr. 1,
Jan. 1,
Nov. 1,
July 1,
Oct. 1,
Nov. 1,
Oct. 1,
Jan. 1,
Apr. 1,
June 1,
June 1,
Feb. 1,
Dec. 1,
Dec. 1,
Aug. 1,
Nov. 1,
Sept. 1,
Feb. 1,
Dec. 1,
Mar. 1,
Aug. 1,
Aug. 1,
Apr. 1,
Apr. 1,
Oct. 1,
Oct. 1,
Apr. 1
Nov. 1
Aug. 1
Aug. 1
Sept. 1
Jan. 1.
Oct. 1,
1972
1972
1972
1973
1972
,1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1973
1973
1972
1973
1972
1972
1972
1972
1973
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1973
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1973
1972
1972
1972
1973
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1973
1972
1973
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1972
1973
1972
N
N
N
N
D
D
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
D
N=Normal retirement (335).
D=:Death in service (27).
Def.=Deferred allowance (23).
Dis.^Disability allowance (15).
 H 26 BRITISH COLUMBIA
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department or Branch
Effective
Date
Particulars
July 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Dec. 1, 1972
June 1,1972
Mar. 1, 1973
July 1, 1972
June 1, 1972
June 1,1972
July 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Mar. 1, 1973
Oct. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
June 1,1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Apr. 1,1972
Mar. 1, 1973
July 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
June 1, 1972
May 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Feb. 1,1973
July 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Feb. 1, 1973
Dec. 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
Sept. 1, 1972
May 1,1972
May 1,1972
July 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
Oct. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
N
Piatt, Ronald    ...              ..    .
Def.
N
Pook, Herbert   	
Pope, William Harold.	
Mental Health Services    „„	
N
N
N
N
Highways	
N
N
N
N
N
Ratcliffe, Mrs. Elizabeth J	
N
N
Recreation and Conservation 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources..	
N
Richmond, William Herbert  	
Riddell, Lloyd R.	
N
N
Ridley, Christopher K—	
N
N
Health Services and Hospital Insurance 	
Def.
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
D
D
N
Mental Health Services	
N
Schubert, Wolfgang 	
N
Def.
Scott, Mrs. Gladys E	
Def.
N
Scott, Sydney	
Mental Health Services	
D
Scott, Walter.. 	
N
N
Sewell, Mrs. Dorothy 	
Public Health Services	
N
N
N
N
Mental Health Services	
N
Shipton, Richard......	
N
N
Simpson, Archibald C _   	
N
N
Skinner, Errol Osborne K	
Provincial    Government    Employees'    Credit
N
Smart, Mrs. Edith May	
N
Smith, George	
D
N
Public Health Services 	
N
Smith, Mrs. Kathleen	
N
Smith, Richard Oscar	
D
Smith, Robert William	
N
N
N
Highways  	
N
N
N
Speed, Frank Oliver _	
Def.
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
N
Staite, Albert E	
N
N
Stenson, Thomas  	
N
N
Stewart, Gordon Alexander 	
N
N=Normal retirement (335).
D=Death in service (27).
Def.=Deferred allowance (23).
Dis.=Disability allowance (15).
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73
CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
H 27
Allowances Granted,
April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973—Continued
Name
Department or Branch
Effective
Date
Particulars
Apr. 1,1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
Nov. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
June 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
June 1,1972
Nov. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Nov. 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
June 1,1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Oct. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Mar. 1, 1973
Apr. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Aug. 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Nov. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
July 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
Oct. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Mar. 1, 1973
Jan. 1, 1973
Sept. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Mar. 1, 1973
July 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Dec. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1973
Nov. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1972
Feb. 1, 1973
Jan. 1, 1973
Sept. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Sept. 1, 1972
Dec. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
Mar. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Aug. 1, 1972
Apr. 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
July 1, 1972
Jan. 1, 1973
June 1,1972
May 1, 1972
N
Mental Health Services. 	
D
N
Def.
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources 	
N
N
N
N
N
Human Resources	
N
N
N
Public Health Services	
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
Agriculture  	
D
N
D
N
Van Ieperen, Mrs. Sarah Mary	
N
N
N
N
Mental Health Services	
N
N
Watson, Arthur C.
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources       	
Mental Health Services 	
Mental Health Services	
D
N
Watson, Mrs. Fdith Thelma
Def.
Watson, Hartley W.
Def.
N
N
Def.
Recreation and Conservation	
N
West, William A	
Dis.
N
B.C. Ferries                                 	
N
Mental Health Services       	
R C  Fr.rrip.s
N
N
White, JohnS	
N
D
N
N
Wilkins, William G.
Dis.
N
N
Mental Health Services 	
Dis.
Def
Def.
N
N
N
R P.  Fp.rrip.s
N
R,r. Ferries
N
N
Wood, Charles Albert	
Pnhlic- TTtiliti>s
N
N
Provincial Secretary	
R r. Fepips
N
D
N
N
N
N
N=Normal retirement (335).
D=Death in service (27).
Def.=Deferred allowance (23).
Dis.=Disability allowance (15).
 H 28 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART III—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
Death Benefit Payments Made During the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1973
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Abernethy, Gordon McKellar	
March 29,1972	
$
500
Alexander, Edwin L	
January 29, 1973 	
500
Alexander, Thomas F.
December 7, 1972     	
500
November 2, 1972   .         	
1,000
500
Allen, Hugh..	
November 11, 1972	
Atkins, James L	
February 5,1973       	
500
Atkinson, James	
October 31, 1972	
500
Atlee, Roy E                	
February 9, 1973 	
900
Bailey, Peter..	
May 29, 1966 	
July 2, 1972	
800
Berkey, Paul E    ...
500
Brookes, Edith D.—  	
March, 17,1972	
500
Brown, John E 	
October 8,1972	
500
Browne, George A 	
Calder, John D. G	
Cameron, Donald	
January 4, 1973
January 19, 1973- 	
June 30, 1972  	
1,000
500
500
Carley, Robert G	
January 12, 1973    	
500
Carney, John	
December 21, 1972	
500
Clark, John D	
March 24, 1972
500
Clarke, Arthur W...	
July 23, 1972	
700
Clayton, Eric C. R	
May 7, 1972	
500
Crowson, William Frank.. 	
August 11,1972	
500
Daoust, Joseph H   	
July 5, 1972	
October 20, 1972	
July 5, 1972	
500
Davies, John H            	
500
Davis, W. J.
500
Duff, William Smith     	
June 11, 1972
500
Eagles, Frank	
August 1, 1972	
500
Eden, Roy B. W	
December 29, 1972     	
500
Edwards, Amy B	
December 12, 1972	
500
Fiddes, James G..„	
January 17, 1973    	
500
Fillmore, Charles L	
March 4, 1972 	
500
Forde, George Burnet	
April 4, 1972	
500
Gillis, Warren M	
October 19, 1972	
500
Glassford, Robert J	
April 10, 1972	
500
Grant, John A
March 3, 1973 _
June 30, 1972	
900
500
Hallett, William 	
February 11,1973	
500
Holland, William M.	
January 18, 1973   	
500
Hornsby, Mabel F	
February 4, 1973	
500
Howie, Euphemia R.	
September 30,1972	
600
Hoyt, Charles O	
Mav 14, 1977.
900
Inkster, William George       ..   .
December 14, 1972	
700
Irvin, Russell C.          .  ~ 	
June 17, 1972	
500
Jamieson, William I, F„
March 24, 1973	
500
February 20, 1973	
900
Jones, Charles A	
September 25, 1972	
500
Kane, James	
January 5,1973 —
500
Katzel, Alfred I.
November 10, 1972	
800
Kelly, Archie 	
January 13, 1973	
500
Knox, William S 	
March 13,1973	
500
April 17, 1972.	
500
Lawrence, John T. R	
May 18,1972 	
700
Leach, John A	
September 2, 1972	
1,000
November 30, 1972	
1,000
600
December 30, 1972 	
January 12, 1973	
500
Little, Dudley G             	
October 14, 1972	
1,000
Little, Henry H	
August 17,1972	
500
April 21, 1972	
500
October 9, 1972	
1,000
600
January 7, 1973	
June 24, 1972	
January 17, 1973	
1,000
McKellar, Robert _
500
June 12, 1972 ... ,
500
Milan, F.Irla W
November 4,1972          	
August 16, 1972 	
1,000
800
 CIVIL SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1972/73
PART III—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
H 29
Death Benefit Payments Made During the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1973—Continued
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Nicholson, Malcolm G._
Nielsen, Christian T	
O'Neill, Thomas 	
Orchard, Chauncey D.~.
Overland, Frederick-
Parsons, Hiram Cooper..
Penfold, Douglas K.	
Perrin, Charles	
Pilmer, George 	
Pridham, Francis N..„._.
Renton, John-
Richards, Lavina B	
Robertson, Albert L	
Saucier, Francis C	
Saunders, Donald F	
Shandley, Francis M	
Silver, Douglas F. W	
Skora, John.
Smith, Owen W	
Stobbart, Thomas R	
Stubley, James Thomas..
Thompson, Alexander.—
Toye, Walter Campbell-
Tracey, Beatrice M	
Vyhnanek, Jaroslav	
Wallace, William—.	
Willis, George-
Woo, Wing Dep	
Youngman, Charles L..
Total of 94 death benefit payments made-
November 12, 1972..
June 11,1972	
April 10, 1972—	
January 14, 1973	
April 6, 1972	
June 27, 1972..
August 8, 1972 	
February 18, 1973	
September 20, 1972	
December 5,1972	
August 15, 1972	
August 20, 1972 _
December 13, 1972	
December 7, 1972...	
July 9, 1972..
December 1, 1972...
January 11, 1973	
September 2, 1972...
December 28,1972..
February 15, 1973—
May 15, 1972	
December 22, 1972.
December 17, 1972..
December 21, 1972..
May 30, 1972	
July 9, 1972	
May 24, 1972 _
January 21, 1973	
July 2, 1972	
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
900
500
500
700
500
500
500
1,000
600
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
800
500
500
1,000
500
56,900
SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS
Sixty-six at $500
Four at $600	
Four at $700	
Four at $800	
Five at $900 	
Eleven at $1,000 _
33,000
2,400
2,800
3,200
4,500
11,000
56,900
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1973
330-1273-344
 

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