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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Fortieth Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
PUBLIC SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31
1975
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1976
  To Colonel the Honourable Walter S. Owen, Q.C, LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor oj the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned respectfully submits the Report of the business done in pursuance of the Public Service Superannuation Act during the fiscal year ended March
31, 1975.
GRACE MCCARTHY
Provincial Secretary
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B.C., January 30, 1976.
 The Honourable Grace McCarthy,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
Madam : I have the honour to lay before you the Report of the business done
in pursuance of the Public Service Superannuation Act during the fiscal year ended
March 31, 1975.
I have the honour to be,
Madam,
Your obedient servant,
W. H. FORREST
Superannuation Commissioner
January 30, 1976.
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT
ANNUAL  REPORT
Report of Business Done in Pursuance of the Public Service Superannuation Act
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31,1975
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 $19,713,410,
made up as follows: *
Compulsory and arrears contributions  18,438,551
Voluntary contributions      1,146,789
Repayment of refunds for reinstatement  57,778
Purchase of military service  70,292
As at March 31, 1975, there were 33,227 active contributors.
Employer contributions amounted to $21,703,776, made up as follows:
Minister of Finance— $ $
Compulsory and arrears matching 17,109,088
Reinstatement matching  57,778
Military service matching  70,292
2-per-cent formula requirements     5,687,377
22,924,535
Less refund abatements     2,646,638
  20,277,897
Alcoholism Foundation of British Columbia  15,490
British Columbia Assessment Authority  172,883
British Columbia Institute of Technology  256,655
British Columbia Petroleum Corporation  15,620
Dyking districts   2,176
Emergency Health Services   6,424
Employees' union and credit unions  21,405
Liquor Administration Branch—
Compulsory and arrears matching       788,120
2-per-cent formula requirements        115,797
        903,917
Regional colleges   19,506
Regional districts   3,324
University of British Columbia and University of
Victoria   8,479
Section 13—As at March 31, 1975, deposits with the Treasury at credit of the
Public Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $327,075,481.
Section 14—Interest earned by the Fund amounting to $19,193,261 was received from the Minister of Finance.    The distribution of this amount to the
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 H 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
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 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, 1974, and credits to Contributory Pensions Account calculated at 5 per cent per annum on the balances at
April 1 and October 1, 1974. Unappropriated interest amounting to $6,385,556
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, 19, 20, 21, 22, and 47—During the year, 421 allowances were
granted, as follows:
To Former Contributors Under
Part I Part II
Normal retirement  312 58
Total and permanent disability       5 3
Deferred allowances     18 3
Dependents upon death in service     21 1
Of the 421 allowances granted, 410 were on the 2-per-cent formula and 11
were on the money purchase formula.
As at March 31, 1975, there were 440 former contributors with credits in the
Fund who were eligible to apply for deferred superannuation allowances after
attaining the minimum retirement age.
Refunds totalling $149,728 were paid to 42 contributors upon grant of allowance in respect of excess and voluntary contributions.
Section 18a—Transfers totalling $976,772 were received from five reciprocal
pension plans in respect of 17 contributors upon grant of allowance and in respect
of 51 contributors following transfer of service.
Transfers totalling $433,383 were made to four reciprocal pension plans in
respect of two contributors upon grant of allowance and in respect of 24 contributors following transfer of service.
Section 24—Refunds totalling $148,389 were made to the spouse or estate in
respect of 45 contributors who died in service.
Section 25 (1)—Refunds totalling $2,791,659 were made to 2,923 former contributors who left the Service, including 86 with more than 10 years of countable
service who elected to receive a refund. Of these, 14 were eligible to receive a
superannuation allowance immediately and 72 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, 1975, there were 333 former contributors who had left the
Service more than four 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 $57,703 are listed in the attached schedule.
Section 29—Administration expenses amounting to $167,656 were paid from
Consolidated Revenue Fund.
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75 H 7
Section 37—Payments to the Minister of Finance totalling $190 were made
from the credits of two former contributors.
Sections 58a, 58b, 58c, 58d, 58e, and 58v—Supplementary allowances totaling $382,526, paid in the period April 1, 1974, through June 30, 1974, were
charged to the Reserve Account. Effective July 1, 1974, these supplementary
allowances were merged with the contributory allowances and charged to Contributory Pensions Account. When determined by the consulting actuary, the capitalized
value will be transferred to the Contributory Pensions Account from the Reserve
Account and any resulting deficit in the Reserve Account will be recovered from
future excess interest earnings.
Section 58g—Cost-of-living supplements totalling $687,578 paid in the period
July 1, 1974, through March 31, 1975, were charged to Contributory Pensions
Account. When the accumulated payments exceed 1 per cent of the average annual
total of contributory salaries, cost-of-living supplements are to be financed by additional employee and employer contributions, each at the rate of one-half per cent
of salary, with a further similar increase when the accumulated payments again
exceed 1 per cent of the average annual total of contributory salaries. Projections
indicate the first increase in contributions will be effective on or about December
1, 1976.
By special arrangement, Crown Life Insurance Company reimbursed the
Fund amounts totalling $81,120, representing that portion of the superannuation
allowances received by former employees of the Liquor Administration Branch 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.
PART III—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
As at March 31, 1975, there were 2,800 superannuants participating.
During the year, 99 claims amounting to $63,300 were paid from funds provided, as follows:
$ Per Cent
Contributions by superannuants  33,624 53.12
Contributions by Government  29,676 46.88
63,300 100.00
Individual payments are listed in the attached schedule.
LEGISLATION
The Public Service Superannuation Act was amended at the 1975 Session of
the Legislative Assembly.   The more important changes are as follows:
(1) Restating the persons to whom the Act applies, in line with the
Public Service Act and the Public Service Labour Relations Act.
(2) Amending the formula for calculating the highest average salary for
pension purposes of persons who have been receiving benefits under
a group disability salary continuance plan.
(3) Permitting employees who transferred to a reciprocal employer and
elected prior to June 1, 1973, to have their contributions transferred
 H 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA
to the voluntary account of that employer's pension plan to reinstate
those contributions and their service under this Act.
(4) Permitting the spouse of an employee who dies in service, being
eligible for an allowance, to select a plan with or without a temporary annuity.
(5) Bringing the re-employment provisions in line with those of reciprocal pension plans.
(6) Removing the provisions of and all reference to the former Part II
of the Act, being no longer required as a result of the restatement
of persons to whom the Act applies.
(7) Amending the formula for calculating the cost-of-living supplements
for pensioners.
W. H. FORREST
Superannuation Commissioner
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
H 9
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1975
ASSETS
Deposits to Treasury (Schedule 1)
327,075,481
327,075,481
FUND BALANCE
Contributory Pensions Account, being amount available for the payment of current pensions 	
88,083,767
Balance at credit of contributory accounts— $
Employees' compulsory contributions   106,961,984
Employees' voluntary contributions      9,220,110
Employer matching contributions
116,182,094
106,961,984
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees of the Liquor Administration Branch 	
Reserve Account (Note 1) 	
Employees' Suspense Account, being unclaimed moneys at credit of former employees (Schedule 2) 	
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees who transferred from
the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority	
Special Agreement Account re credits of certain employees who transferred from
Medical Services Association 	
223,144,078
40,486
15,644,686
57,703
37,491
67,270
327,075,481
The accompanying notes are an integral part of these statements.
 H 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1975
Fund balance increased during year by
Contributions as per requirements of the Act— $
Employees:
Regular   18,438,551
Voluntary     1,146,789
Reinstatement   57,778
Military service       70,292
Employer:
Miscellaneous statutory, etc.     24,350,414
Less refund abatements     2,646,638
19,713,410
21,703,776
Transfers from—
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Fund 93,910
Government of Canada Superannuation Account  276,603
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Pension Fund 56,599
British Columbia Power Commission Superannuation Fund 27,582
British Columbia Railway Company Pension Fund  53,865
Former Liquor Administration Branch Pension Plan  5,463
Medical Services Association Pension Plan   128,465
Municipal Superannuation Fund   47,067
Teachers' Pensions Fund __=  583,906
Province of Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund  12,598
1,286,058
Interest received from Minister of Finance (Note 2)      19,193,261
Fund balance decreased during year by
Superannuation allowances (Note 1)—
Charged to Contributory Pensions Account: $
Contributory allowances   10,708,455
Cost-of-living supplements, section 58g          687,578
61,896,505
11,396,033
Less reimbursement from former Liquor
Administration Branch Pension Plan of
portion of allowances paid for former
Liquor Administration Branch employees   81,120
11,314,913
Sections 58a, 58b, 58c, 58d, 58e, and 58f supplementary
allowances charged to the Reserve Account        382,526
Refunds    3,089,966
Transfers to—
Government of Canada Superannuation Account        96,578
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority
Pension Fund   18,150
Municipal Superannuation Fund         83,841
Teachers' Pensions Fund        234,814
        433,383
     15,220,788
Net increase in Fund balance during year     46,675,717
Fund balance—March 31, 1974  280,399,764
Fund balance—March 31, 1975    327,075,481
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75 H 11
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AS AT MARCH 31, 1975
1. Reserve for supplementary allowance payments under sections 58a, 58b, 58c, 58r>, 58e,
and 58f. Since July 1, 1974, these supplementary allowances have been charged to Contributory
Pensions Account. When determined by the consulting actuary, the capitalized value will be
transferred to Contributory Pensions Account from the Reserve Account and any resulting
deficit in the Reserve Account will be recovered from future excess interest earnings. Cost-of-
living increases under section 58g are chargeable to Contributory Pensions Account and, when
the accumulated payments exceed 1 per cent of the average annual total of contributory salaries,
are to be financed by additional employee and employer contributions.
2. Interest in the amount of $19,193,261 received from the Minister of Finance was
credited to the following accounts:
$
Employees' Compulsory Contributions Account   4,170,214
Employees' Voluntary Contributions Account  457,109
Employer Matching Contributions Account   4,170,214
Contributory Pensions Account  4,005,792
Special Agreement Account re certain former employees of B.C.
Hydro and Power Authority    414
Special Agreement Accounts re certain employees of the Liquor
Administration Branch  _.   1,610
Special Agreement Account re certain former employees of
Medical Services Association  -  217
Reserve Account    6,385,556
Unclaimed Moneys Account  2,135
19,193,261
3. The present value of the 421 superannuation allowances granted during the year in the
amount of $17,701,081 was credited to the Contributory Pensions Account from the following sources:
$
Employees' Compulsory Contributions Account    5,111,628
Employees' Voluntary Contributions Account        913,797
Employer Matching Contributions Account     5,111,628
Liquor Administration Branch Reserve Account        262,170
Liquor   Administration   Branch   Special   Agreement   Reserve
Account   1,935
Minister of Finance, under sundry statutory provisions, etc    5,670,143
Teachers' Pensions Fund, re 13 pensions granted        582,713
Municipal Superannuation Fund, re four pensions granted         47,067
17,701,081
4. These financial statements show only the position of the fund as at March 31, 1975, and
the changes in Fund balance for the year then ended and do not purport to show the adequacy
of the Fund to meet the obligations of the superannuation plan.
 H 12 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Schedule 1
Deposits in Treasury as at March 31, 1975
Cash and investments held by the Province of British Columbia as shown on page B 10 of the
Public Accounts, 1974/75— $ $
Cash in banks   11,700
Investments at book value      327,063,781
Short-term deposits with chartered banks  .  28,536,000
Bonds and debentures (par value)—
Province of British Columbia  863,000
Province of Ontario  30,000
Province of British Columbia guaranty—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority   196,917,400
British Columbia Ferry Authority  15,273,000
British Columbia Railway Company  40,640,400
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing
Authority   10,283,300
British Columbia municipalities  8,773,876
British Columbia improvement districts    9,937,800
British Columbia school districts  7,238,600
Province of Manitoba guaranty—■
Manitoba Hydro-electric Commission  16,000
Manitoba Telephone System  70,000
Province of Ontario guaranty-
Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission  31,000
Province of Quebec guaranty—
Quebec Hydro-electric Commission  110,000
318,720,376
Less excess of par value over book value -        3,368,207
315,352,169
Shares (book value)—■
Bank of British Columbia, 51,055 shares  1,147,589
British Columbia Telephone Company, 1,001,955 common
shares  10,517,167
Canadian Pacific Limited, 1,200 common shares  19,800
Imperial Oil Limited, 300 common shares  12,712
International Nickel Company of Canada Ltd., 450 common
shares   14,344
327,063,781
327,075,481
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75 H  13
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 2
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees' Accounts
as at March 31,1975
Name
Department
Amount
Allen, Glenn Franklin	
$
103.00
Andersen, Eric W.	
65 40
Anderson, Lawrence Mark    . ....
Mental Health	
827.67
Appeldoorn, William Herbert	
Mental Health             	
63.55
Forest Service    	
Mental Health _          	
461.45
17.82
Bailey, Floyd George	
57.80
Baker; Wilfred H.
23.95
952.05
Mental Health                     	
7.87
Benson, B. G	
10.38
Mental Health                 	
9.73
Berry, Kenneth  	
Mental Health	
128.57
122.11
Bizicki, Alex.._ _	
Highways	
Health
B.C. Ferries	
440.95
238.85
113.26
192 34
44 02
Mental Health	
39.94
1,105.22
1,090.07
18.91
Mental Health —   .	
Mental Health.	
Public Health	
2.18
n C.  Ferries
23.29
Mental Health	
29.27
Mental Health...           	
29.42
Carey, Violet	
Public Health	
33.76
Carling, Evelyn Jean	
Education _ -
882.28
125.13
Mental Health.          	
46.92
Clark, Richard C.
Mental Health        ~                         	
32.93
Public Health 	
26.45
373.91
R C Ferries
15.57
571.58
137.79
419.40
Mental Health
4.01
Coutts, Delia M                         	
Highways	
Education	
4.21
117.82
113.01
Human Resources.	
Finance
135.29
Crawford, Glennys A	
224.77
75.00
135.23
94.50
Highways  _	
B.C. Ferries.—                            	
178.28
Davis, John Harvey Eugene	
4.47
35.13
Mental Health
78.41
28.35
Public Health 	
55.48
Mental Health
76.75
25.02
Doherty, Dorothy Irma  	
Public Health	
18.77
269.81
17.13
40.75
766.76
21.67
22.91
56.22
R C. Ferries
42.32
 H 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 2
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees' Accounts
as at March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
Elliot, Charles Francis Desmond..
Eng, Chu Yu  	
Espedido, Eduardo B	
Evans, Thomas  	
Everail, Walter George	
Falconer, S. J. B. David	
Faris, Keith  	
Featherstone, Glen C 	
Fenwick, William 	
Fisher, L.  	
Fitzmaurice, John Michael	
Fitzpatrick, Michael Evelyn	
Fleming, Sheila	
Foley, L _ 	
Fox, Maurice William...	
Frenette, P  	
Fuller, William James	
Gail, W. P  	
Galbraith, Reginald Gordon	
Garby, Alice Katherine	
Gauthier, E. D 	
Getson, James Edward	
Gillies, Bernard	
Ginther, Norma Darlene Anna...
Godfrey, Marilynne Maihaele	
Gorin, Eric H	
Grant, John E	
Green, Joan Theresa 	
Greig, Michael Anthony	
Griffin, Susan Anne	
Grizzelle, Victoria Anne	
Gunderson, Sharon	
Hackl, Earl  	
Hagelund, R. M	
Haile, Evelyn Betty	
Haines, Phillip Keith	
Haire, Thomas Alexander	
Hall, Peter Stephen	
Haluss, Lorraine Eleanor...	
Harding, Clark Rockwell	
Harrison, Anthony ..	
Harvey, David G 	
Hauschild, George Carl	
Hay, Margaret Diane	
Heeks, Ronald V	
Henderson, Hermine Estella	
Hendrickson, Patricia E.	
Henriques, J. W	
Henry, Ernest	
Hickling, Robert Willis	
Hildebrand, E. L 	
Hoare, S. A	
Hodges, Wayne Benjamin	
Hopkins, David Leonard	
Hore, Brian Trevor  	
Home, Robert	
Horvath, Endre ,	
Howat, Marilyn Anne	
Irwin, Ralph Thomas _	
Isabelle, Paul E 	
Jack, James Patterson 	
Jackson, George Peter	
James, Edward Harry  —
Jamieson, Thomas Douglas	
Highways  	
B.C. Ferries.. 	
Highways	
Forest Service  	
Liquor Administration Branch..
Mental Health	
Attorney-General  	
Highways.
B.C. Ferries	
B.C. Ferries	
Attorney-General-
B.C. Ferries	
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
B.C. Ferries	
B.C. Ferries	
Highways	
B.C. Ferries	
Highways.— 	
Mental Health	
Public Health	
Highways _
Highways  	
Mental Health	
Human Resources..
Health..-. 	
Mental Health	
Provincial Secretary-
B.C. Ferries	
Education ..	
Forest Service	
Mental Health	
Highways _ _.
B.C. Ferries	
Health	
B.C. Ferries.—	
Attorney-General—
Forest Service	
Human Resources..
Highways	
Public Health	
Forest Service	
B.C. Ferries	
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
Public Works	
Mental Health	
Education	
Highways.
Highways.
Mental Health.
Finance 	
Public Works -
Forest Service...
Highways
Highways .
B.C. Ferries	
Education	
Forest Service	
Forest Service	
B.C. Ferries _..
Public Works	
Highways 	
Attorney-General-
229.01
102.04
300.40
653.46
37.69
44.70
2,262.90
65.20
22.20
36.62
563.53
108.04
44.60
22.81
131.72
21.01
50.39
11.65
20.57
137.16
57.71
30.18
381.32
29.10
955.24
39.99
148.76
200.28
34.69
640.05
2,732.17
46.18
183.00
52.34
96.15
127.99
40.99
85.09
76.11
319.68
48.67
29.89
30.01
11.92
26.92
296.47
4.97
22.84
10.08
174.36
81.28
10.83
748.09
597.05
75.38
47.29
775.36
14.33
89.67
20.46
32.56
67.56
270.53
100.75
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75 H 15
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 2
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees' Accounts
as at March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
$
962.75
217.63
42.44
Mental Health _ _  ....
Public Health..
31.32
21.34
B.C.. Ferries
14.50
47.77
1.22
Mental Health     _
452.85
Kariya.V. C.                .       ..                	
298.25
Keitch, Thomas P.
42.96
237.30
39.45
Kirlwell WilHani p
110.98
24.38
Kneller, Phyllis
23.60
Knowles, Ivan Moore 	
Highways  	
58.63
86.89
72.11
19.51
191.35
592.32
Finance    . 	
29.40
255.23
Mental Health        ...
240.49
Education   _
Mental Health           	
33.61
123.82
9.80
31.41
45.97
B.C. Ferries.         	
93.05
LeBlanc, J. D.
R r. Ferries
205.56
Mental Health
212.04
793.19
27.03
Mental Health           	
325.54
Mental Health	
170.58
Public Health  	
6.60
Public Health
7.19
Lobb, Robert I  _.
Recreation and Conservation	
78.17
26.68
Mental Health	
17.02
115.67
B.C. Ferries	
70.21
220.93
Mental Health                 	
61.59
23.97
B.C. Ferries	
20.90
Mental Health —              	
143.89
B.C. Ferries 	
20.15
1,487.52
B.C. Ferries  _
11.94
R.C  Ferries
1,331.46
277.00
23.01
61.22
R C, Ferries
22.92
143.12
Mental Health
121.17
Martin, J. H	
Highways.                	
Mental Health     	
31.66
48.85
Mental Health       	
84.84
Mental Health
152.29
Mental Health             	
5.23
 H 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 2
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees' Accounts
as at March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
McCrae, June Clare.
McDonald, J	
Mclnroy, Frederick Earl...
Mclntyre, William Edwin-
McLean, Mary	
McLeod, T. D	
McManus, Thomas B 	
McMullen, Delores Mary—.
McMullen, Jesse Leonard _
McNamee, John Reid	
McRae, Hartley Noel —
Mellander, Leah Maria	
Mercer, Margaret Gail _.
Miller, B 	
Minnette, Martha Nancy	
Mitchell, Dianne Lorraine .
Morgan, Wilma L...
Morley, Charles Pembroke-
Morris, John F 	
Morris, M. G  	
Morrison, Alvin J. 	
Morrison, Edward .
Muirhead, Kathleen Mary-
Mulligan, Marilyn P	
Murphy, June Elizabeth	
Murphy, Kathleen	
Narraway, L. A  —
Nicol, M. O  	
Norris, Marjorie J.	
O'Laney, Clifford Donald..
O'Neill, Martin Charles	
Olinyk, Laura M.	
Olson, Jane Elizabeth-
Owen, William Arthur	
Page, Hazel Marian Roberta 	
Parker, Edwin Frank...	
Parrotta, Nicola   	
Paterson, Karen Patricia	
Paul, Dorothy Isabel	
Paul, Phyllis L	
Pearen, Elsie I. E. 	
Pegg, Richard M — ...
Penson, Glen Shipley	
Perrin, Frederick Steven	
Peters, Keith Robert Emile	
Peterson, Jean Carol  -
Pierre, Keon   _
Poison, Elsie June	
Pomeroy, Patricia  	
Pringle, John George  	
Quam, Robert Wayne 	
Quinnett, Herbert R —	
Raymer, Roy B..
Ready, Marie Evelyn..
Reid, Dalton Danny....
Reid, Robert James ....
Riddell, Sylvia A	
Ridout, Samuel J	
Riopelle, Paul Leroy 	
Roberts, Thomas H	
Robertson, George Gilbert.
Robertson, Ronald D. 	
Rogers, David
Public Health-
Mental Health-
Highways	
B.C. Ferries __
Mental Health..
Mental Health-
Highways 	
Mental Health-
Mental Health-
Highways	
Highways „
Mental Health-
Mental Health-
Human Resources..
B.C. Ferries 	
Mental Health	
Provincial Secretary-
Transport and Communications-
Forest Service... 	
Mental Health	
Highways  	
Highways	
Mental Health 	
Agriculture  	
Mental Health 	
Provincial Secretary..
B.C. Ferries 	
Education  	
Mental Health...	
Highways _
Highways 	
Public Health	
Public Health	
B.C. Ferries  	
Public Health	
B.C. Ferries , _..
Mental Health _
Education 	
Mental Health	
Public Health  	
Education  _ 	
Public Health  	
B.C. Ferries 	
Liquor Administration Branch	
Highways.
Transport and Communications..
Forest Service _ 	
Forest Service 	
Public Health	
B.C. Ferries 	
Highways 	
Forest Service  . :	
Rogodzinski, Maryann Grace.
Recreation and Conservation-
Public Health... 	
Public Health 	
Human Resources —	
Mental Health 	
Highways  	
Forest Service  	
Highways 	
Forest Service 	
Mental Health	
B.C. Ferries 	
Mental Health	
27.97
50.64
40.06
36.46
487.78
117.60
12.19
121.63
18.92
51.59
8.26
32.12
41.68
29.19
41.55
91.37
25.26
27.67
161.53
40.05
422.66
34.83
5.25
11.73
444.61
19.01
33.52
243.52
93.84
13.46
42.89
21.95
344.25
43.82
340.39
56.12
75.53
8.86
13.87
11.30
924.51
31.89
78.31
110.98
841.68
35.43
423.44
23.31
57.59
8.75
151.05
40.63
92.68
18.74
26.28
7.63
1,170.44
116.86
217.21
4.36
16.14
48.50
42.62
9.30
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75 Ii 17
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 2
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees' Accounts
as at March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
Ross, D.W. S.                 	
Public Health	
$
48.46
B.C. Ferries 	
41.66
45.04
Highways _	
7.38
245.34
Mental Health	
71.21
112 44
273 94
15.22
21 26
86.21
39.60
Public Health
23 88
Mental Health.   .. 	
42.20
701 41
Mental Health      „.             	
39 22
729 81
46 14
Mental Health      .
14 39
Smith, Ronald H	
Mental Health..	
54 21
62 61
B.C. Ferries 	
125 37
177 57
7 48
Mental Health	
876 85
Public Health
210 39
Mental Health   	
7 64
B.C. Ferries ...
9 90
Stewart, P. S
Mental Health	
Public Health	
Public Health	
Strileruilc, M
Mental Health	
139 19
Mental Health      	
112 27
B.C. Ferries.... _	
30 21
Thiede, Albert Henry.	
78 73
Pnhlir Health
Public Health	
8.36
B.C. Ferries 	
65 57
13.76
54.34
12.29
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
459.80
130 35
Vernon, Kathleen M	
B.C. Ferries	
Mental Health _
26 69
Mental Health        —  .
Waterson, Norman           „	
Mental Health...	
99 76
Mental Health.    —
25 36
45 50
33 22
Mental Health.   	
2,206.78
134 35
Mental Health	
24 84
Whitehead, D _   	
134 12
186 18
15 68
Williams, Thomas Campbell           	
72 86
Williams, Alfred Stanley
Highways                            	
B.C. Ferries	
108.89
117 14
Wilson, Eileen May _..
Mental Health	
77.87
 H 18 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Schedule 2
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees' Accounts
as at March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Amount
Wilson, Robert G	
Wisniewski, Lorna Margaret.
Wolpert, B. R.._. 	
Wong, B..
Wong, King Yee 	
Wood, Ronald Russell	
Woolcock, Barbara Diane-
Wright, Ian Charles	
Wynker, Peter   	
Young, Wendy J 	
Zablotny, Matthew.
Zerener, Gunther Eberhart	
Ziegenbein, Thomas Earl	
Total of 333  unclaimed moneys accounts-
B.C. Ferries _..
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
Mental Health	
B.C. Ferries	
B.C. Ferries _.
Mental Health	
Forest Service	
Mental Health	
Agriculture	
Forest Service	
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General-
$
10.38
100.14
114.17
61.22
1,852.06
1.33
2.54
168.86
89.57
17.28
51.04
219.64
15.16
57,703.44
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75
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PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1951, to March 31, 1975,
Subdivided According to Sex of Contributor
(Includes former Part II—Retirement Fund)
Number of
Contributors
Allowances
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Number of
Number of
Number of
Allowances
in Force at
End of Year
Fiscal Year
Allowances
Deaths and
Granted
Expirations
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
1951/52	
6.407
3,152
1,053
763
86
11
31
4
1,028
107
1956/57...	
7,737
3,357
774
779
101
3
34
5
1,339
137
Nonactive	
234
316
1951/62...	
10.5S6
4,110
810
676
85
23
49
8
1,571          179
Nonactive	
228
216
1
1966/67  _....
13,708
6,181
1,283    |     943
168          46
72
1
1,958    1     304
Nonactive  — ..
352
347
1968/69	
14,925
6,561
1,058
1,068
185
53
80
9
2,183    1     400
Nonactive 	
593
717
|
1969/70            	
15,576
6,965
817
1,182
1,219
213
61
74
9
2.322    1     452
Nonactive  	
725
1970/71    	
15,932
7,137
778
919
1,059
218
69
83
15
2,457
506
Nonactive.	
677
1971/72.....	
17,144
7,581
1,075
859
228
109
74
7
2,611
60S
Nonactive	
712
812
1972/73  .
17,834
7,778
1,428
1,339
286
114
82
13
2,815
709
Nonactive	
861
943
1973/74	
19,095
8,841
1,483
1,380
294
140
71
8
3,038
841
Nonactive..	
927
958
1074/75
21,879
11,348
1,401
1,522
303
118
85
17
3,256
942
Nonactive	
1,227
1,262
Nonactive—out of service less than three years.
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
H 21
Normal Allowances Granted, April 1, 1974, to March 31, 1975
granted to former contributors whose maximum retirement age was 65
Age at Retirement
Total
Years of
Service
Under
55
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64    65
Per
Cent
Under 10           	
4
4
3
1
i
4
5
4
1
2
2
4
1
5
1
1
2
~2
3
2
4
3
1
2
1
8
13
10
7
7
1
3
9
6
5
5
1
5
_..
3
9
5
4
3
3
._.
7
3
3
4
5
6
8
6
3
1
2
40
30
24
25
9
1
11
1
88
84
66
56
25
4
34
10-14	
25
15-19	
23
20-24    . '
25-29  _
30-34          	
18
16
7
35	
Over 35   .
1
10
Totals	
13
13
5
14
17
50
31
27
22
26
140
358
100
GRANTED TO FORMER CONTRIBUTORS WHOSE MAXIMUM RETIREMENT AGE WAS 60
Age at Retirement
Total
Years of
Service
Under
50
50
51
52 1 53
1
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
Per
Cent
Under 10           _
-
-
I
..:
—
1
1
1
1
1
-
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
3
5
10-14	
8
15-19	
20-24	
25-29.
8
17
25
30-34..	
42
35    .            ...    ..    	
Over 35              	
Totals	
—
—
....
—
—
1
3
1
_..
1
1
5
12
100
Allowances Other Than Normal Granted April 1, 1974 to
March 31, 1975
Number of
Allowances
Granted
51
Death
22
Disability
8
Deferred
21
 H 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1974, to March 31, 1975
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Abbott, Leland Morley.	
Abbuhl, Catherine Joan	
Adamek, Heinz	
Adams, Leonard E	
Akins, John Watson 	
Allen, Nelson A 	
Allen, Raeburn Walker 	
Allin, James Stewart	
Anderson, Alistair—  	
Anderson, Arvid  	
Andruchow, Joseph	
Arlidge, Joseph Winston Churchill
Arthur, Gavin Greig	
Baggaley, Edward J. F	
Baker, Allan Jesse	
Ball, Lorna Jane C	
Bapty, Harry	
Barber, Harry	
Barlow, Edith May	
Barstad, Willard A	
Barnes, James N	
Barrowman, Robert Miller	
Barry, Clifford R	
Beattie, C. Norman.. _	
Beck, Richard 	
Beebe, Francis Lyman	
Beeson, Mary  	
Bennett, Frederick_	
Bentley, D. Vivian	
Berg, Ruth 	
Berry, Eric William 	
Birkett, Alice G 	
Blair, Alexander Leslie	
Boond, Dorothy 	
Bossio, Patsey	
Boudreau, Joseph D 	
Bow, David Alexander 	
Bowers, Eric Arthur 	
Boyd, Samuel William.—  	
Bray, Helen Lucy...     	
Briggs, A. Elizabeth	
Briggs, Richard A.- —	
Brookbank, George L.  	
Brooks, Ruth L  —	
Brown, Helen Lorraine. _	
Browning, Edwin Malcolm	
Bruce, Maud M 	
Bruessler, Heinrich	
Buchanan, Josephine B	
Buckley, Harold V _	
Burmey, Mary -	
Butterfleld, Ammon Harry	
Butterworth, Leonard _
Byatt, William Thomas	
Cameron, Ian Treherne	
Cameron, William	
Campbell, Albert B 	
Campbell, John Arnold 	
Cant, John. — ._
Cardon, Gabriel G	
Carnie, Hugh Stevenson 	
Cartwright, Winnifred 	
Charters, John Joseph	
Cheesman, John Harry	
Cherry, Arthur Desmond	
Clapperton, Roderick D 	
Clare, Norman   	
Clark, John	
B.C. Ferries..
Health	
Health	
Attorney-General..
Finance	
Education-	
Highways	
Agriculture 	
Agriculture	
Highways.
Agriculture	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources.
Highways	
Public Works	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources .
Health  	
Mines and Petroleum Resources.
Agriculture.   	
Health	
B.C. Ferries	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources.
Highways,
Liquor Administration Branch.
Health  __ 	
Liquor Administration Branch.
Recreation and Conservation—
Health	
Highways 	
Health   	
Education  	
Human Resources-
Education  	
Health	
Health 	
Highways	
Health	
Highways  _   	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources.
Highways    	
Education _ —
Attorney-General   	
Attorney-General _. 	
Highways	
Health  	
B.C. Ferries 	
Health  	
Health   	
Highways	
Health	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources.
Health  	
Public Works ...  —
Public Works	
Liquor Administration Branch	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources..
Attorney-General   	
Highways 	
Health 	
B.C. Ferries  	
Health	
Highways. 	
Finance  	
Attorney-General.
Finance 	
B.C. Ferries	
Human Resources .
Health _	
Agriculture 	
May 1
Sept. 1
May 1,
Apr. 1,
July 1,
Oct. 1,
June 1,
May 1,
Jan. 1,
May 1,
Apr. 1,
July 1,
May 1,
Oct. 1,
Oct. 1,
July 1,
Oct. 1,
Nov. 1,
May 1,
Apr. 1,
Feb. 1,
Mar. 1,
Oct. 1,
Aug. 1,
Jan. 1,
June 1,
Feb. 1,
Jan. 1,
Feb. 1,
July 1,
Sept.l,
July 1,
Nov. 1,
July 1,
Sept.l,
July 1,
May 1,
Jan. 1,
Sept.l,
Apr. 1,
Sept. 1,
Apr. 1,
Sept.l,
July 8,
Mar. 1,
May 1,
June 1,
Apr. 1,
July 1,
Sept.l,
Apr. 1,
May 1,
Dec. 1,
July 1,
May 1,
Mar. 1,
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1974
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1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
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1974
1974
1975
1974
1974
1974
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
D
N
D
N
N
N
D
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N=Normal retirement (370).
D=Death in service (22).
Def.=Deferred allowance (21).
Dis.=Disability allowance (8).
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75 H 23
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1974, to March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Cochran, Marvin Laco —
Cockram, Albert Edward.
Cogswell, Dorothy Ann	
Cogswell, Paul S	
Collins, Irvine A...	
Collins, John Herman	
Compagnon, Edward	
Conway, Clifford Bruce ...
Cooper, Clarence 	
Cooper, Wilbert Henry	
Corkery, Felix Edward
Cornborough, Douglas Frederick.
Coupland, John A 	
Cox, Edward D. J. 	
Crabtree, Kenneth Sutherland	
Craig, John Lester — 	
Creech, William Lawrence	
Cressey, John William  	
Crump, William Thomas	
Cudlip," William Alexander 	
Cunningham, William Alfred	
Dale, Norman G  	
Davis, James Frederick- 	
Dawes, Henry 	
Dearden, Joseph.
Deblaquiere, Edward Brian
Dennett, Mariorie Agnes	
Dobson, Una Margaret	
Douglas, Ian	
Dow, William Bell 	
Drake, Eva L. 	
Dresser, Clarence C	
Dunbrack, Amy	
Dunn, Edna  	
Dunn, James   . ..       _
Dunne, Thomas Edward	
Dye, Earle Vern	
Edward, James	
Edwards, E. Elizabeth	
Emmal, Hazel _ 	
Erdelyi, Julius
Evans, Richard Gwyn	
Evans, Roy Edward 	
Evanson, John Walter	
Ferguson, Hugh Cowan	
Ferguson, Stanley Newton..
Finnie, Arthur Boyd.
Fisher, Charles Ronald Henry-
Fisher, Roy W 	
Fitzgerald, Josephine L. 	
Fletcher, Anthony J.. 	
Fletcher, Jessie Agnes	
Fletcher, Verna L 	
Ford, Allan B 	
Foster, Charles Randolph	
Fosty, John.       	
Fraser, Percy Ross.
Fretwell, John Gordon Toll.
Fulton, Elias Robert 	
Gaelick, Elaine	
Gage, Peter ... 	
Gann, John H. Bevington..
Ganz. Siegfried — 	
Gee, Harold Gardiner	
George, Ada :._	
Georgeson, William Alan.
Gibbs, Theodore Lloyd	
Glover, Arnold John	
Highways.
Health	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources.
B.C. Ferries   	
Liquor Administration Branch	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources .
Highways   	
Education _   	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources.
Highways   	
Highways _ 	
Public Works  _.
Highways   _
B.C. Ferries   _ _
Mines and Petroleum Resources	
Public Works „ 	
Highways _ 	
Health  ...   	
Health   	
Transport and Communications	
Highways -
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources.
Highways   	
Highways    	
Health   	
Transport and Communications.
Attorney-General _	
Human Resources	
Highways 	
Finance 	
Health  	
Public Works 	
Attorney-General —	
Finance 	
Liquor Administration Branch
Highways  _
Health   	
Public Works  	
Provincial Secretary _
Highways	
Health _ _
Health _
Education	
Education _.
Education	
B.C. Ferries _
Health	
Highways	
Health  ....
Transport and Communications
Finance 	
Human Resources _	
Health  .._ _. _
Health   	
Health  	
Highways.
Transport and Communications..
Highways  	
Highways 	
Health     	
Health  	
Transport and Communications	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources.
Highways-   ~ _
Health. 	
Liquor Administration Branch 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources .
Highways	
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Def.
N
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Dis.
N
N
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D
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Def.
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Def.
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
=Normal retirement (370).
=Death in service (22).
Def.=Deferred allowance (21).
Dis.=Disability allowance (8).
 H 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1974, to March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Particu
Date
lars
June 1,1974
Dis.
July 1, 1974
N
July 1, 1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Aug. 1,1974
N
Feb. 1, 1975
Def.
June 1,1974
N
Feb. 1, 1974
D
Apr. 1, 1974
N
Mar. 1, 1974
N
Nov. 1, 1974
N
Sept. 1,1974
N
July 1, 1974
N
Mar. 1,1975
N
Dec. 1,1974
N
Mar. 1,1975
N
June 1, 1974
N
Nov. 1, 1974
N
Sept. 1,1974
N
May 1, 1974
N
July 1, 1974
N
Apr. 1, 1974
N
May 1, 1974
N
Nov. 1, 1974
N
Sept. 1,1974
N
July 1, 1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Sept. 1,1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
June 1,1974
N
July 1, 1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Aug. 1,1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
July 1, 1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Feb. 1, 1975
N
Sept. 1,1974
N
Dec. 1, 1974
N
Sept. 1,1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Apr. 1, 1974
N
Aug. 1,1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Feb. 1, 1974
D
Jan. 1, 1975
N
June 1, 1974
N
Oct. 1, 1974
N
Oct. 1, 1974
N
Aug. 1,1974
N
Sept. 1,1974
N
May 1, 1974
N
June 1,1974
N
Nov. 1,1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Feb. 1, 1975
Def.
Aug. 1,1974
N
Aug. 1,1974
N
Nov. 1,1974
N
July 1, 1974
N
May 1,1974
N
May 1,1974
N
May 1,1974
N
May 1, 1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
July 1, 1974
N
May 1,1974
N
Glover, Maurice Henry Albert..
Goard, Dean Howard -
Godfrey, Dudley Dendle.	
Gordon, Everett M 	
Gowler, Howard Jackson	
Grant, Mary Lois 	
Gray, William George	
Greczmiel, Otto Max G	
Greig, Norman     	
Grey, Kathleen May 	
Greye, Zenith 	
Grose, Ruth Lois	
Haddon, Charles Deacon Semple	
Hadfield, Raymond A	
Haddow, William Simpson	
Haines, Everett L  	
Hall, Arthur Henry	
Hammon, John Stanley	
Hancock, Mary K   	
Hans, John Elgin 	
Harris, William   	
Hart, Evelyn Lillian 	
Hay, John Edward
Hazell, Arthur Frederick J.Heard, James Frederick	
Hendrie, Margaret M 	
Henson, Hollice Albert	
Heyink, Dirk  	
Hibberd. Doris  	
Hicks, William Vivian 	
Hinchcliffe, Alfred Edward H..
Holland, Stuart Sowden	
Holzworth, Arthur	
Horner, Goeffrey.
Horrocks, Gwendolen Jean..
Hoshino, Hisako	
Houston, John 	
Hudson, Vanda Grace 	
Hunter, Elsie B 	
Hunton, Margaret E..
Hurlburt, Wilfred Maurice.
Ireland, Wiliard Ernest	
Irvine, Samuel Henderson ...
Irving, Lillian Annie	
Jackson, Edwin .
Jenkins, Stella Tryphena.
Jennings, David A	
Johnson, Edward T.	
Johnson, Larry F 	
Johnson, Nanette Edith	
Johnson, Thelma	
Johnston, Lester Berry	
Jones, Jeanne Etta	
Judson, Alonzo M	
Kamaldnieks, Irene	
Kamenka, Mary 	
Kaneen, Arthur G 	
Kast, Karl H. _.
Keen, Arthur George	
Kellie, Nora W.
Kemple, John Cecil 	
Kendrick, Ronald D	
Kersey, Raymond Woodward	
King, Cyril L 	
King, Oscar Francis Leo	
Kirby, Beatrice E. L 	
Kirkham, Elinor	
Kjelstrup, Leif  	
Economic Development 	
Education. _.   	
Highways  	
Public Works - 	
Highways    _
Labour   „  __
Attorney-General	
Public Health _. 	
Highways  	
Health    	
Health    	
Health  	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Transport and Communications	
Labour     	
Highways  — 	
Attorney-General   	
Attorney-General  	
Health     	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources..
B.C. Ferries 	
Finance  	
Highways _
Liquor Administration Branch.
Education— _
Health	
Health    _..
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Public Works  	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources.
B.C. Ferries 	
Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Highways  	
Finance  	
Health   	
Human Resources .
Highways....
Transport and Communications .
Health	
Health	
Attorney-General	
Provincial Secretary-
Education 	
Agriculture-
Transport and Communications	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources .
Transport and Communications	
Public Works	
Public Works 	
Transport and Communications .
Human Resources 	
Transport and Communications-
Travel Industry 	
Highways  	
Health     	
Highways.
Public Works 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources..
Public Works  _ 	
Finance  	
Transport and Communications.
Public Works ..._ 	
Economic Development	
Attorney-General _ 	
Public Works	
Public Works	
Health  	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources..
N=Normal retirement (370).
D=Death in service (22).
Def.:= Deferred allowance (21).
Dis.=Disability allowance (8).
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75 H 25
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1974, to March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Klaiber, Wilfred M..
Kleber, John	
Klymko, Wasyh— _
Knutson, Lyla 	
Konopada, Harry	
Kot, Michael — _	
Kuhn, Reginald J	
Laisnez, Marcel John	
Lamb, Robert	
Laughton, Edna	
Lawson, Martha Ileene..
Leard, Ralph M. P	
Lee, Hin _	
Legebokoff, Peter N 	
Leney, Kathleen	
Lester, Annie Catherine-..
Letkeman, Peter  	
Lewis, Frederick G	
Lindberg, Charles Harry..
Lipsack, George 	
Lloyd, Leonard L	
Lockley, Edward—	
Long, John Robert
Lougheed, Andrew John Wesley-
Lucas, Lawrence	
MacDonald, Andrew Brian	
MacDougall, Harold D	
MacDougall, J. Innes	
MacKay, Donald O  _
MacKenzie, Francis...
MacKinnon, Ellis Lincoln Coward..
Maddaford, Harry Joseph	
Madge, Victor E. 	
Malmo, Erling Marius	
Marchi, Flora Maria„ 	
Marshall, Bertram Alfred 	
Martin, Donald Leslie	
Martin, William....  	
Masi, Margaret EUegood	
Mason, Hilda    	
Maybee, Bessie Ellen 	
Mayson, Harry George  	
McBratney, George T 	
McCallum, Jean M._
McClelland, Kathleen Patricia..
McConkey, George Sparling	
McCuaig, Duncan	
McCubbin, Ruth C  .	
McDonnell, Alan William..
McGoldrick, Andrew	
McGruder, William Thomas..
Mclntosh, Richard Arthur	
McKee, Thomas Percy	
McLarry, Frank Marion....	
McRae, Alma M	
Meighen, William Robert-
Mellish, Humphrey Walter	
Menu, Frederic Charles A 	
Miller, Leonard Edward Arthur-
Milne, Gwendolyn _	
Mitchell, Lillian Marguerite	
Maffatt, Margaret K _..
Morey, Harry...
Morgan, William Stephen-
Morris, Alexander  ,
Morrison, Margaret W	
Morrow, Kathleen B	
Morse, Maxine E	
Public Works  	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources .
Human Resources _ _
Health   „
Highways   . 	
Finance	
Recreation and Conservation	
Highways    	
Health 	
Health      	
Recreation and Conservation .
Health 	
B.C. Ferries 	
Highways 	
Health  	
Health.. 	
Highways    _.
Public Works  .	
Highways  	
Highways    	
Public Works ...  	
Provincial Secretary.	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources .
Highways.
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Public Works	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Education 	
Highways  -  	
Health  _ 	
Attorney-General 	
Transport and Communications .
Recreation and Conservation	
Highways.
Public Works 	
Public Works	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources .
Education  	
Health 	
Health  	
Attorney-General	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Provincial Secretary	
Health	
Health  	
Health. 	
Highways	
Health	
B.C. Ferries-
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources _
Finance .	
Public Works	
Health	
Highways-
Health	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources...
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources...
Education 	
Highways	
Health  	
Transport and Communications _
Attorney-General  	
Mines and Petroleum Resources	
Health    ...
Highways	
Health 	
Provincial Secretary-
Agriculture 	
Feb. 1,
Nov. 1,
Jan. 1,
July 1,
May 1,
Aug. 1,
Mar. 1,
Apr. 1,
Mar. 1,
Oct. 1,
Jan. 1,
Sept.l,
Nov. 1,
May 1,
July 1,
Sept.l,
Mar. 1,
Jan. 1,
Oct. 1,
Apr. 1,
Feb. 1,
Aug. 1,
Mar. 1,
Jan. 1,
Nov. 1,
May 1,
Sept.l,
Aug. 1,
Jan. 1,
July 1,
Apr. 1,
May 1,
Aug. 1,
Jan. 1,
Mar. 1,
Apr. 1,
Aug. 1,
Feb. 1,
June 1,
Sept. 1,
Apr. 1,
Nov. 1,
Aug. 1,
Oct. 1,
Oct. 1,
May 1,
Sept. 1,
Aug. 1,
Dec. 1,
Nov. 1,
Nov. 1,
Nov. 1,
Apr. 1,
May 1,
Sept.l,
Nov. 1,
Jan. 1,
Oct. 1,
Dec. 1,
June 1,
Apr. 1,
Apr. 1,
Apr. 1,
June 1,
June 1,
July 1,
July 1,
Aug. 1,
1975
1974
1975
1974
1974
1974
1975
1974
1974
1974
1975
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
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1975
1974
1974
1975
1974
1975
1975
1974
1974
1974
1974
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1974
1974
1974
1974
1975
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1974
1974
1975
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1975
1975
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
N
N
D
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
Def.
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
=Normal retirement (370).
=Death in service (22).
Def.=Deferred allowance (21).
Dis.=Disability allowance (8).
 H 26 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1974, to March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Morse, Phillip Warren	
Mossman, Eunice Beulah.
Mouat, William Joseph	
Muir, Thomas A. G. _	
Mulligan, Oliver. 	
Munroe, James Duncan ....
Murchison, Maria B	
Murray, Donald— 	
Murray, Grace L. A	
Murray, John.
Mylrea, Katherine, R.~
Nalii, Sivia  	
Napier, Katherine A.—
Neale, Fred Franklin...
Neish, May Reekie	
Nelson, George H _.
Nesbitt, E. David	
Noakes, Harold S.
Notley, Harold Graham...
Nybo, Matt	
O'Connor, Elizabeth	
O'Connor, William Patrick	
Oldham, Dorothy Grace  _
O'Leary, Gwendolyn Elizabeth-
Oliver, Cyril Albert	
Osman, James Jeffrey.	
Ourth, Margaret B	
Ozard, Elmor..
Parsons, Harold Bertrom..
Paterson, Mary Mitchell-
Paulson, Mary M.	
Peace, Thelma I.	
Pearce, S. Jean	
Phillipson, Phyllis Olive.
Pickrell, Edna M	
Pike, M. Ruth	
Pinchin, Herbert K	
Pipe, Charles William L._
Plecash, Isaac..
Popadynec, John J	
Popham, George Albert-
Powell, Arthur  -
Powell, Norman Archer-
Quissy, Alice Mary.	
Quissy, Raymond .	
Raudsepp, Valter	
Reed, Harry Wilfred	
Reid, William D	
Richardson, Howard Clarence-
Rigby, Jack-
Ritchie, Donald A..
Ritchie, William M.
Rivett, Evelyn...
Roach, Henry Hugh-
Roberts, Enid V	
Roberts, Henry	
Robinson, Marion	
Rolls, Wallace E	
Rudolph, Thomas C	
Russell, Arthur George	
Salisbury, Joseph Harold-
Sam, Ming Yee..
Sands, William Harold Frank_
Sarkissian, Donald McLeod.	
Saunders, Norton 	
Scales, Walter Vernon	
Schmidt, John Nels	
Schorn, Fredrick Rhinehart..
Health    	
Attorney-General  	
Education	
Public Works   -
Highways 	
Health  	
Health 	
Public Works	
Health _   _.
Public Works...	
Provincial Secretary _ 	
Health  	
Attorney-General  	
Highways	
Health 	
Education   	
Transport and Communications	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources..
Attorney-General  	
Health	
Health	
Health	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Agriculture  	
Health	
Recreation and Conservation	
Health	
Education	
Agriculture   .	
Provincial Secretary	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Health	
Health	
Health  	
Health	
Health-   	
Attorney-General	
Highways	
Highways  	
Highways	
Public Works	
Health .	
Health   	
Human Resources	
Health     	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources .
Attorney-General	
Education  	
Transport and Communications _
Public Works 	
Human Resources	
Highways	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Public Works	
Health	
Health	
Health  	
Recreation and Conservation	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Health  	
Health	
B.C. Ferries	
Labour	
Finance	
Health  	
Public Works  	
Highways	
Highways	
July 1, 1974
Feb. 1, 1975
Oct. 1, 1974
Apr. 1, 1974
Aug. 1,1974
Feb. 1, 1975
Oct. 1, 1974
Sept. 1,1974
July 1, 1974
Sept. 1,1974
Mar. 1,1975
Aug. 1,1974
Dec. 1, 1974
May 1, 1974
Oct. 1, 1974
Feb. 1, 1975
Jan. 1, 1975
Jan. 1, 1975
June 30, 1974
Apr. 1, 1974
May 1, 1974
Apr. 1, 1974
Mar. 1,1975
Sept. 1,1974
July 1, 1974
Feb. 1, 1975
Nov. 1,1974
July 1, 1974
Sept. 1,1974
Oct. 1, 1974
July 1, 1974
Feb. 1, 1975
May 1, 1974
Jan. 1, 1975
Sept. 1,1974
Jan. 1, 1975
Mar. 1,1975
Oct. 1, 1974
Aug. 1, 1974
May 1, 1974
Jan. 1, 1975
May 1,1974
Feb. 1, 1975
Dec. 1, 1974
Sept. 1,1974
Apr. 1, 1974
May 1, 1974
Jan. 1, 1975
Dec. 1,1974
May 1, 1974
Aug. 1,1974
Feb. 1, 1975
May 1, 1974
July 1, 1974
Jan. 1, 1975
Oct. 1, 1974
June 1,1974
Mar. 1,1975
July 1, 1974
Oct. 1, 1974
July 1, 1974
Dec. 1,1974
Apr. 1, 1974
Sept. 30,1974
Nov. 1,1974
Aug. 1,1974
Nov. 1, 1974
Jan. 1, 1975
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N=Normal retirement (370).
D=Death in service (22).
Def.=Deferred allowance (21).
Dis. =Disability allowance (8).
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75 H 27
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted,
April 1, 1974, to March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Effective
Date
Particulars
Scott, Cyril Roy   	
Health                        	
Sept. 1,1974
Nov. 1, 1974
Aug. 1, 1974
Apr. 1, 1974
May 1, 1974
Aug. 1,1974
July 1, 1974
June 1, 1974
Dec. 1, 1974
Aug. 1,1974
May 1, 1974
June 1, 1974
July 1, 1974
Oct. 1, 1974
Feb. 1, 1975
May 1, 1974
Mar. 1,1975
July 1, 1974
July 1, 1974
July 1, 1974
May 1, 1974
Aug. 1,1974
Feb. 1, 1975
Jan. 1, 1975
July 1, 1974
Dec. 1, 1974
Mar. 1, 1975
Nov. 1, 1974
Mar. 1,1975
Feb. 1, 1975
June 1,1974
June 1, 1974
Nov. 1,1974
Sept. 1,1974
Jan. 1, 1975
Nov. 1,1974
Apr. 1, 1974
Dec. 1, 1974
Nov. 1,1974
Aug. 1,1974
Mar. 1,1975
Apr. 1, 1974
Apr. 1, 1974
Nov. 1, 1974
Oct. 1, 1974
Nov. 1, 1974
Jan. 1, 1975
Oct. 1, 1974
Jan. 1, 1975
Feb. 1, 1975
Nov. 1, 1974
Sept. 1, 1974
June 1,1974
Dec. 1, 1974
Apr. 1, 1974
Sept. 1,1974
Apr. 1, 1974
Sept. 1,1974
Nov. 1,1974
Feb. 1, 1975
Feb. 1, 1975
July 1, 1974
Aug. 1,1974
Nov. 1, 1974
Aug. 1,1974
Apr. 1, 1974
June 1,1974
Apr. 1, 1974
N
Sell, Fred Bennett-	
Liquor Administration Branch          	
Dis.
N
N
Simpson, Frederick William.	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources
Liquor Administration Branch	
Health
N
N
D
Health 	
N
Smith, Albert I	
Health     .          	
N
Health                	
N
N
N
N
N
N
Stafford, E. T. Wellington
N
Stansfeld, Noel Karl
N
Health   	
N
N
Health	
N
Health            . .     ..
N
Health    _          	
N
Dis.
Stone, Olga C  	
Strouts, Marjorie B	
Health           	
N
Provincial Secretary	
Def.
N
N
Tait, Allan Oswald _           	
Health 	
N
Pnhlir. Works
N
N
Telford, Frederica C	
Health                  	
N
Health                      	
N
N
N
Thompson, Matilda Maud 	
Health  	
Health
N
N
Highways _	
D
N
Health
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
Tuttle, Walter Frederick.  . .
N
Public Works     	
N
Veale, Gladys Ada Edith
N
Ventress, Roger Arthur.- 	
N
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Health —
N
N
Health. .   _                              ....            	
N
Walker, Kenneth S.          	
N
N
Walton, Emily A.    .   .
Health..	
N
Ward, Doris E.	
N
Ward, James H  	
Warden, Alfred G.    	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources	
Health                  	
N
N
Highwavs
N
N
Wells, Edwin Wright	
Attnrnp.v-fipneral
N
Whiting, Edward G.
N
Public Utilities Commission 	
Def.
N
Wiley, Rex ,	
Def.
N
Williams, Iris Ethel
N
Health	
Finance 	
D
N
N^Normal retirement (370).
D=Death in service (22).
Def.=Deferred allowance (21).
Dis.=Disability allowance (8).
 H 28 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND—Continued
Allowances Granted, April 1, 1974, to March 31, 1975—Continued
Name
Department
Effective        Particu-
Date lars
Wilson, James Edward-
Wilson, Robert Blanc	
Wood, Eva  _.
Woodruff, Clarence ..
Woodward, Hugh	
Wright, Christopher-
Wright, Norma L..
Wright, W. Percival	
Wylie, Hilda Jane Clara.
Yard, Virginia	
Young, Andrew	
Young, John Rennie	
Zaitsoff, Peter K	
Health _   _ _
Attorney-General 	
Transport and Communications-
Highways . 	
Highways	
Education	
Housing  _ _	
Finance.    ..	
Highways  	
Attorney-General	
B.C. Ferries 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Highways 	
Apr. 1, 1974
N
July 1,1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Mar. 1,1975
N
Mar. 1,1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
Jan. 1, 1975
Def
Aug. 1,1974
D
Aug. 1,1974
N
Jan. 1, 1975
N
July 1, 1974
N
N=Normal retirement (370).
D=Death in service (22).
Def.=Deferred allowance (21).
Dis.=Disability allowance (8).
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION REPORT, 1974/75
PART III—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
H 29
Death Benefit Payments Made During the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1975
Name of Deceased
Alexander, Joseph Shaw..
Baillie, Charles.- 	
Baird, William	
Baker, Donald R.—	
Baumel, Josef	
Beattie, Adam N._	
Behnish, Max E 	
Bersey, Harold H 	
Bratt, Horace L...
Brunetti, Michelino	
Campbell, Clive Dickens .
Cape, Leslie.
Carroll, Alice K	
Christensson, Beryl A...
Clugston, Fred W.	
Cosh, Gordon Cary	
Cowen, Henry F.
Crease, Arthur Lionel.
Crighton, Dorothy V. _
Curran, Joan ._ 	
Currie, John McDonald.
Darling, William G	
De Coninck, Cyril A. J.„
Dickens, Cyril.
Ditchburn, Raymond B..
Edward, James.„_ ____
England, Eric 	
Errington, Charles	
Fantuz, Angelo	
Foster, Dorothy May.	
Gibson, Robert H	
Gilliland, Henry C	
Graham, Harry	
Grant, William H 	
Hallgren, Halston H	
Harrison, Arthur	
Haug, Jacob P.
Hawthorne, Joseph Henry	
Hayward, Claude Edgar	
Holness, Ralph —	
Hooper, Thomas F _	
Hoskin, Percy 	
Hughes, Katie E. _^ 	
Hurley, Thomas C.  	
Hutchinson, John	
Ingleton, Harold .
Jefferson, Florence 	
Jones, Evan S.     	
Kamaldnieks, Voldemars..
Kemp, Charles —	
Lambert, Susan. 	
Lawson, Martha I	
Levar, Olive Izetta	
Liddicoat, William	
Little, Elmer F 	
MacKenzie, Colin K.	
Marquart, Agnes Louise .
Marshall, Robert Miller...
Martin, Earl M. —	
Matthews, George S	
McBratney, George T.....
McDonald, John Ward ...
McKenna, Kathleen R	
McKone, Wilbert B	
McNeilly, William	
McPherson, Wiliam M.Mercer, Harold	
Date of Death
October 31, 1974 —
September 25, 1974 .
November 26, 1974 .
July 30, 1974	
November 1, 1974 ...
December 19, 1974 ..
November 15, 1974..
December 7, 1974....
August 27, 1974	
April 10, 1974....-	
January 11, 1975	
January 5, 1975 —
May 13, 1974 _	
September 12,1974.
January 17, 1975	
April 7, 1974	
July 28, 1974..
October 22, 1974	
Januarys, 1975	
December 5, 1974—
August 15, 1974	
March 2, 1975.	
August 1, 1974	
July 3, 1974	
October 23, 1974	
October 1, 1974	
July 9, 1974	
May 22, 1974	
October 12, 1974	
November 13, 1974...
January 12, 1975	
January 8, 1975	
August 21, 1974-	
July 22, 1974   	
January 28, 1975	
September 24, 1974..
January 2, 1975...	
April 2, 1974 _..
February 21, 1975—
January 15, 1975	
June 17,1974	
May 8, 1974	
January 16, 1975	
September 12, 1974.
August 3, 1974	
February 19, 1975—
January 15, 1975	
May 17, 1974	
December 1, 1974	
July 30, 1974	
November 11, 1974...
January 3, 1975	
February 21, 1975-.
April 14, 1974	
August 17, 1974	
May 11, 1974	
November 18, 1974...
April 5, 1974	
August 18, 1974 —
November 8, 1973..
January 29, 1975 ...
November 6, 1974.
February 3,1975....
January 17, 1975—
May 2,1974	
October 27,1974...
September 5, 1974..
Amount
500
500
500
500
900
500
1,000
500
1,000
1,000
1,000
900
1,000
1,000
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
900
500
500
500
900
500
500
900
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
700
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
800
1,000
1,000
1,000
500
500
500
500
500
800
500
1,000
1,000
500
1,000
500
500
900
900
 H 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART III—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
Death Benefit Payments Made During the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31, 1975—Continued
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Moss, Charles	
Nelson, Alfred S	
Orr, Elmer J	
Paulsen, Arthur O	
Paxton, Thomas W  	
Pennycook, Alexander	
Petrie, David S	
Peterson, Gerard N	
Phipps, Alfred Hugh	
Pollard, Roy	
Richardson-Smith, William J  	
Rive, Charles	
Rose, Charles G	
Rumble, Alice F  	
Rutledge, Thomas	
Sauter, Hilda A. M 	
Sim, Elbridge R	
Souter, Robert  	
Stewart, James   	
Stewart, William Bernard  	
Sweatman, Percy Emanuel  	
Talbot, Edward J. 	
Teal, William Thomas    	
Taylor, Douglas Ernest C  	
Taylor, Thomas Edward   	
Thomas, Frank J	
Watkinson, Donald Ernest  	
Webb, William Albert	
Webber, Henry C. S 	
White, William  	
Whiteside, Henry A 	
Wickham, Stanley	
Total of 99 death benefit payments made.
March 24,1974..
June 1, 1974..
August 19, 1974	
March 31,1974	
January 7, 1975	
July 10,1974—	
September 15,1974..
January 12, 1975	
August 12, 1974	
June 29, 1974.. __
July 12, 1974	
January 10, 1975	
August 21, 1974	
July 25, 1974	
April 8, 1974_
December 23,1974..
March 2, 1975 _.
May 13,1974	
July 9,1973 	
December 21, 1974...
November 21, 1973-
October 6, 1974	
May 17, 1974	
August 28, 1974	
May 23, 1974    -	
August 28, 1974	
July 11, 1974..
February 15, 1975—
February 1, 1975	
February 25, 1975—
December 23, 1974.
July 25,1974	
$
500
500
700
500
500
500
500
1,000
500
500
500
500
900
800
700
1,000
500
500
500
500
500
900
700
500
500
500
1,000
500
1,000
500
500
500
63,300
SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS
Sixty-six at $500	
Four at $700	
Three at $800	
Nine at $900	
Seventeen at $1,000
$
33,000
2,800
2,400
8,100
17,000
63,300
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1976
480-276-5501

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