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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Forty-third Annual Report
of the Business Done in Pursuance of the
PUBLIC SERVICE
SUPERANNUATION ACT
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31
1978
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1979
  To the Honourable Henry P. Bell-Irving, D.S.O., O.BE., E JX,
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 Public Service Superannuation Act during the fiscal year ended
March 31, 1978.
HUGH A. CURTIS
Provincial Secretary and
Minister of Government Services
Office of the Provincial Secretary and
Minister of Government Services
Victoria, British Columbia
January 31,1979.
 The Honourable Hugh A. Curtis,
Provincial Secretary and
Minister of Government Services,
Victoria, British Columbia.
Sir: I have the honour to lay before you the Report of the business done in
pursuance of the PubUc Service Superannuation Act during the fiscal year ended
March 31, 1978.
Respectfully submitted,
J. D. REID
Superannuation Commissioner
January 31,1979.
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT
AISTMTJAL REPORT
Report of the Business Done in Pursuance of the Public Service
Superannuation Act for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1978
Sections 2,4,4a, 7, 8, 9,11,16,18,19,21, 43,52, 53, 54, 55 (employee and
employer contributions)-—Employee contributions amounted to $38,749,640 made
up as follows:
$
Compulsory and arrears contributions  36,365,508
Voluntary contributions     2,028,761
Repayment of refunds for reinstatement  36,044
Purchase of military or other service        319,327
As at March 31,1978, there were 40,604 active contributors.
Employer contributions amounted to $51,970,631 made up as follows:
Minister of Finance— $
Compulsory and arrears matching !  30,044,604
Reinstatement matching :  36,044
Military or other service matching        274,632
2-per-cent formula requirements :  14,111,791
44,467,071
Other employers—
Alcoholism and Drug Addiction societies  3,250
British Columbia Assessment Authority  833,489
British Columbia Buildings Corporation  112,750
British Columbia Development Corporation  26,555
British Columbia Ferry Corporation  i  1,964,555
British Columbia Housing Management Commission — 186,960
British Columbia Institute of Technology     '     903,271
British Columbia Petroleum Corporation .  28,520
British Columbia Steamship Company  6,716
British Columbia Systems Corporation  162,718
Emergency Health Services . :  341,478
Employees' union and credit unions and associations __ 61,786
Liquor Distribution Branch—                               $
Compulsory and arrears matching  1,674,987
Military service matching        36,630
2-per-cent formula requirements  1,145,575
2,857,192
Regional colleges  9,759
Regional districts .  1,198
University of British Columbia and University of Victoria   , !  3,363
7,503,560
 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Section 13—As at March 31, 1978, deposits with the Treasury at credit of the
Public Service Superannuation Fund amounted to $572,276,598. The investments
held by Treasury on account of the Fund are summarized on Schedule 1.
Section 14—Net income from investments earned by the Fund during the year
amounting to $33,993,531 after adjustments in respect of losses on sales and
premiums on purchases was received from the Minister of Finance. The distribution
of this amount to the accounts of the Fund includes credits to employee compulsory
and employer 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, 1976, credits to employee voluntary accounts at 6 per cent per annum on the
balances at April 1 and October 1, 1976, and credits to Contributory Pensions
Account calculated at 5 per cent per annum, on the balances at April 1, and
October 1, 1976, as follows:
$
Employees' Compulsory Contributions Account     6,943,447
Employees' Voluntary Contributions Account        649,204
Employer Matching Contributions Account 6,943,447
Contributory Pensions Account      5,811,703
Special Agreement Account re certain former employees of
B.C. Hydro and Power Authority  " 1,639
Special Agreement Accounts re certain employees of the
Liquor Distribution Branch  1,329
Special Agreement Account re certain former employees of
Medical Services Association 3,447
Reserve Account   13,639,178
Unclaimed Moneys Account  137
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, and 22—During the year, 564 allowances were granted
as follows:
Normal retirement 499
Total and permanent disability     23
Deferred allowances     22
Dependents upon death in service     20
As at March 31, 1978, there were 697 former contributors with credits in the
Fund who were eligible to apply for deferred superannuation allowances after
attaining the minimum retirement age.
The present value of the 564 allowances granted during the year in the amount
of $32,212,455 was credited to the Contributory Pensions Account from the following sources: _
Employees' Compulsory Contributions Account  7,351,780
Employees' Voluntary Contributions Account  831,248
Employer Matching Contributions Account  7,351,780
B.C. Hydro and Power Authority Agreement Reserve Account     10,572
Liquor Distribution Branch Special Agreement Account  8,086
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH,  1977/78
liquor Distribution Branch Reserve Account	
Minister of Finance, under sundry statutory provisions, etc.
College Pension Fund re one pension granted
Municipal Superannuation Fund re 13 pensions granted	
Teachers* Pensions Fund re nine pensions granted	
$
1,349,330
14,111,791
6,548
344,237
847,083
There were no superannuation allowances granted during the year under the
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act, therefore no moneys
were transferred for credit to the Contributory Pensions Account.
Section 18k—Transfers totalling $1,809,426 were received from 11 reciprocal
pension funds in respect of 23 contributors upon grant of allowance and in respect
of 64 contributors following transfer of service, as follows:
Upon grant of allowance—
College Pension Fund 	
Municipal Superannuation Fund 	
Teachers' Pensions Fund 	
During service—
Government  of
Account _
Canada  Public  Service  Pension
B.C. Hydro and Power Authority Pension Fund
Municipal Superannuation Fund
Province of Alberta Public Service Pension Fund __
Province of Alberta Public Service Management
Pension Fund 	
Province of Manitoba Civil Service Superannuation
Fund 	
Province of New Brunswick Public Service Superannuation Fund	
Province of Ontario Public Service Superannuation
Fund 	
Province of Saskatchewan PubUc Service Pension
Plan	
$
1
13
9
6,548
344,237
847,083
36
1
4
11
319,220
5,358
16,586
73,080
5
55,848
2
8,154
1
33,684
3
92,538
7,090
By special agreement, one transfer in the amount of $1,875 was received from
one approved pension fund in respect of one contributor upon transfer of service.
By special arrangement, Crown Life Insurance Company reimbursed the Fund
amounts totalling $135,037 representing that portion of the superannuation allowances received by former employees of the Liquor Distribution Branch that had
been purchased from the Company prior to August 1, 1961.
Transfers totalling $518,242 were made to nine reciprocal pension funds in
respect of eight contributors upon grant of allowance and in respect of 37 contributors following transfer of service.
Upon grant of allowance—
College Pension Fund
Municipal Superannuation Fund	
During service—
Government of Canada Public Service Superannuation Account	
1
7
$
27,715
193,262
B.C. Hydro and Power Authority Pension Fund.
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation	
18
7
1
172,083
41,016
600
 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA
$
Municipal Superannuation Fund      3 14,536
Province of Alberta Public Service Pension Fund _L    2 12,192
Province of Alberta PubUc Service Management
Pension Fund     4 34,264
Province of Ontario PubUc Service Superannuation
Fund     1 2,856
Province of Saskatchewan Public Service Pension
Plan 11     1 19,718
Section 20 (6), 24, and 25—Refunds totalling $5,109,187 were granted in
respect of 3,991 former contributors as foUows: $
Resignations    3,855        4,479,769
Death in service        82 259,976
Excess and voluntary contributions on grant of
aUowance 54 369,442
Of the refunds' granted upon resignation, six former contributors were eUgible
to receive a superannuation aUowance immediately and 52 were entitled to leave
their credits in the Fund in order to receive a deferred superannuation aUowance
after attaining the minimum retirement age.
Refunds totalling $4,303,524 were paid to the Province of British Columbia
in respect of the matching amount of refunds of regular contributions.
As at March 31, 1978, there were 287 former contributors who had left the
Service more than six years prior to that date and who, while not entitled to leave
their credits in the Fund in order to receive a deferred superannuation aUowance,
had not appUed for a refund of their contributions. Individual credits amounting
to $41,991 are Usted in the attached schedule.
Section 29—Administration expenses amounting to $359,573 were paid from
ConsoUdated Revenue Fund.
Section 32—An actuarial valuation was carried out as at March 31, 1977.
The valuation indicates a decrease in the unfunded UabUity in respect of basic
pension benefits from about $158,000,000 as of March 31, 1975, to about $153,-
641,000 as of March 31, 1977.
In the opinion of the actuary, projected statutory employer contributions are
sufficient to amortize fully the above unfunded liabiUty in approximately 20 years
from March 31, 1977, assuming aU actuarial assumptions are realized.
There is an additional unfunded UabUity Of $36,732,000 in respect of supplementary aUowance payments under section 58g based on increases in the consumer
price index, described below.
Section 37—Payments to the Minister of Finance totalling $1,306 were made
from the credits of 13 former contributors.
Sections 58a, 58b, 58c, 58d, 58b, and 5Sf—Supplementary allowances paid
in the period prior to June 30, 1974, were charged to the Reserve Account. Effective July 1, 1974, these supplementary aUowances were merged with the contributory allowances and charged to Contributory Pensions Account. During the year,
the capitalized value of these supplements, $25,951,920, was transferred to the
Contributory Pensions-Account from the Reserve Account, as recommended by
the actuary.
Section 58g—Cost-of-living supplements totalling $4,851,759 were charged
to Contributory Pensions Account.    Financing of cost-of-Uving supplements by
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH,  1977/78 9
additional employee and employer contributions, each at the rate of 0.5 per cent
of salary, commenced November 1, 1976. There is provision for a further similar
increase in contributions when the net accumulated payments again exceed 1 per
cent of the average annual total of contributory salaries.
Comparative, statistical, and detail schedules of contributions, refund, and
aUowances granted and in force at the year end are attached to this Report.
PART m—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
As at March 31, 1978, there were 3,662 superannuants participating.
During the year, 137 claims amounting to $84,900 were paid from funds
provided as foUows:
.       $ Percent
Contributions by superannuants   41,873 49.32
Contributions by Government  43,027 50.68
84,900 100.00
Individual payments are listed in the attached schedule.
J. D. REID
Superannuation Commissioner
 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Exhibit A
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1978
ASSETS
Deposits in Treasury (Schedule 1)  (Note 2) 	
FUND BALANCE
Contributory Pensions Account 	
Contributory accounts—
Employees' compulsory contributions
Employees' voluntary contributions _
Employer matching contributions 	
Reserve Account (Note 3) 	
Employees' Suspense Account—unclaimed moneys (Schedule 2)
Special Agreement Accounts—
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority	
Liquor Distribution Branch 	
Medical Services Association 	
Exhibit B
1978
1977
$
$
572,276,598
478,012,366
154,043,615
112,609,586
187,765,306
155,800,333
12,215,567
10,988,924
187,765,306
155,800,333
30.296,644
42,609,387
41,991
43,393
31,649
40,581
27,760
34,516
88,760
85,313
572,276,598
478,012,366
The four accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements.
Approved by:
J. D. REID, F.CJ.A.
Superannuation Commissioner
C WEBSTER, CA.
Comptroller, Superannuation Branch
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH,  1977/78
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31,  1978
Fund balance increased by
Contributions—
Employees:
Regular.
Voluntary	
Reinstatement -
Military service.
Employer:
Province of British Columbia _
Other employers	
Transfers from other funds.
Less transfers to other funds .
Transfers from Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account	
Net income from investments received from Minister of Finance _
1978
$
36,365,508
2,028,761
36,044
319,327
38,749,640
44,467,071
7,503,560
51,970,631
1,946,338
518,242
1,428,096
33,993,531
126,141,898
11
Exhibit B
1977
$
30,082,968
1,926,727
42,202
191,536
32,243,433
38,005,601
4,208,069
42,213,670
1,116,925
275,058
841,867
649,713
34,178,961
110,127,644
Fund balance decreased by
Superannuation allowance payments (Note 3)—
Contributory	
Cost-of-living supplements	
Refunds—
Employees	
Province of British Columbia-
of regular contributions	
-matching amount of refunds
in Fund balance .
Net increa
Fund balance at beginning of year .
Fund balance at end of year	
17,611,890
4,851,759
22,463,649
5,110,493
4,303,524
9,414,017
31,877,666
94,264,232
478,012,366
572,276,598
14,966,711
3,729,673
18,696,384
4,534,397
3,872,153
8,406,550
27,102,934
83,024,710
394,987,656
478,012,366
 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
MARCH 31, 1978
1. Actuarial Valuation
According to the Public Service Superannuation Act, an actuarial valuation of the assets
and liabilities of the Fund is required to be made by an actuary at least once in each consecutive
period of not more than five years. The most recent valuation was carried out as at March 31,
1977.
The valuation indicates a decrease in the unfunded liability in respect of basic pension
benefits from about $158,000,000 as of March 31, 1975, to about $153,641,000 as of March 31,
1977.
In the opinion of the actuary, projected statutory employer contributions are sufficient to
amortize fully the above unfunded liability in approximately 20 years from March 1977,
assuming all actuarial assumptions are realized.
There is an additional unfunded liability of $36,732,000 in respect of supplementary
allowance payments under section 58g based on increases in the consumer price index, described
in Note 3 below.
2. Deposits in Treasury
All contributions to the Fund are deposited in the Provincial Treasury and administered
by the Minister of Finance, who has invested available moneys in the various securities listed
in Schedule 1. The net income from these investments is accounted for on a cash basis.
Accordingly, accrued interest receivable at the end of the year has not been recorded in these
financial statements.
3. Cost-of-living Supplementary Allowances
Since July 1, 1974, supplementary allowance payments under sections 58a, 58b, 58c, 58d,
58E, and 58f of the Act, formerly charged to Reserve Account, have been charged to Contributory Pensions Account. During the year, the capitalized value of these supplements,
$25,951,920, was transferred to Contributory Pensions Account from the Reserve Account, as
recommended by the actuary.
Supplementary allowance payments under section 58g, based on increases in the consumer
price index, are chargeable to Contributory Pensions Account. During October 1976 the
accumulated payments exceeded 1 per cent of the average annual total of contributory salaries.
Financing of these supplements by additional employee and employer contributions, each at
the rate of 0.5 per cent of salary, commenced on November 1, 1976. The Act provides for
further similar increases when the net accumulated payments again exceed 1 per cent of the
average annual total of contributory salaries.
4. Additional Information
These financial statements show only the position of the Fund as at March 31, 1978, 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.
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH, 1977/78
13
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
  Schedule 1
Deposits in Treasury as at March 31,1978
Cash and investments held by the Province of British Columbia
B 13 of the Public Accounts, 1977/78—
Cash in banks
Investments at book value—    ,
Short-term deposits with chartered banks
Bonds and debentures (par value):
Government of Canada 	
Government of Canada guaranty:
Canadian National Railway
Province of British Columbia 	
Province of Ontario 	
Province of Quebec
Province of Saskatchewan 	
Province of British Columbia guaranty:
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority
British Columbia Ferry Authority 	
British Columbia Railway Company
British Columbia Steamship Company (1975)
Ltd.	
British Columbia Regional Hospital Districts
Financing Authority 	
British Columbia School Districts Capital
Financing Authority 	
British Columbia municipalities
British Columbia improvement districts
British Columbia school districts	
Province of Manitoba guaranty:
Manitoba Hydro-electric Commission _
Manitoba Telephone System
Province of New Brunswick guaranty:
New Brunswick Electric Power Commission
Province of Newfoundland guaranty:
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro-electric
Corporation	
Province of Nova Scotia guaranty:
Nova Scotia Power Corporation 	
Province of Ontario guaranty:
Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission _
Province of Quebec guaranty:
Quebec Hydro-electric Commission 	
Montreal Auto Route ;	
as shown on pages B 12 and
1978
$
7,520
1977
$
18,920
11,170,000
35,488,545
15,454,000
250,000
6,000
127,463,090
1,242,000
727,000
3,451,000
6,000
111,558,790
939,000
25,000
1,600,000
275,232,545
44353,000
200,134,000
15,273,000
45,823,000
3,400,000
2,800,000
10,000,000
10,000,000
18,378,000
5,928,666
12,234,600
2,625,700
18,056,800
6,875,412
11,912,400
4,104,000
312,000
70,000
16,000
70,000
1,595,000
—
700,000
—
2,325,000
1,000,000
30,197,000
4,201,000
5,257,000
250,000
2,869,000
250,000
572,371,601
Less excess of par value over book value _    11,814,135
Shares (book value)—
Bank of British Columbia, 51,055 shares
560,557,466
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
473,251,947
6,970,113
466,281,834
1,147,589
10,517,167
19,800
12,712
14344
572,269,078 477,993,446
572,276,598        478,012,366
(Market values
536,326,085 439,312,218)
 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Schedule 2
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees Accounts
as at March 31,1978
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Amount
Addison, Phyllis Kathleen.
Allen, Glenn Franklin-
Andersen, Eric W_
Anderson, Lawrence Mark-
Appeldoorn, William Herbert-
Armstrong, Bumell Emmett-
Ayling, Irene Patricia Marie-
Bailey, Floyd George-
Baker, Wilfred H._
Barker, Frederick Kenneth-
Benson, B. G	
Benson, Sarah June-
Berry, Kenneth -
Bishop, Stanley Oliver—
Bizicki, Alex.-
Boer, Beverley Joy-
Bowman, Caroline-
Brander, Jean Edna
Brennan, Audrey Diane—
Brophy, Bernard Benjiman.
Burgess, Marie J	
Burns, DarHyn Joy—.	
Carey, Violet-
Carling, Evelyn Jean _
Cervini, Fausto-.
Chikites, Michaele M-
Clark, Richard C	
Cluif, Albert Norman—
Collins, James E	
Collins, K. C	
Cooper, G._
Cotts, Sarah Muir—
Coutts, Delia M.
Coutu, Stephen Roy	
Coxe, Patrick Newman-
Curran, Lavina M._
l-almao, Albert Oscar-
Daniels, David Kenneth-
Davis, John Harvey Eugene—
Davison, Robert Murray _
Deane, Marie Nel	
Deplissey, Jean Isabel	
Dix, Geraldine Faye_
Dobby, Maureen Elizabeth-
Doherty, Dorothy Irma_
Donovan, Walter P.	
Dxiscol, Norwood A-
' Dumont, Machel Victor—
Dunphy, Elizabeth Marie-
Dunsmore, Sandra I —
Eakin, Frank M	
Elberzhager, Gero	
Eng, ChunYu-
Espedido, Eduardo B.Evans. Thomas _
Everall, Walter George-
Falconer, S. J. B. David.
Faris, Keith _
Featherstone, Glen C._
Fenwick, William	
Fisher, ___.
Fitzmaurice, John Michael.
Fitzpatrick, Michael Evelyn-
Fleming, Sheila	
Foley, L-
Travel Industry-
Forests	
Mental Health-
Mental Health..
Forests-
Mental Health-
Human Resources-
Highways—	
Mental Health	
Mental Health-
Mental Health.
B.C. Ferries	
Highways	
PubUc Health _
Human Resources _
Mental Health-
Mental Health-
Mental Health-
Mental Health-
Mental Health-
Public Health-
Highways-
Mental Health-
Mental Health	
Liquor Distribution Branch.
B.C. Ferries 	
Attorney-General—
Mental Health	
Highways—
Highways-
Labour—
Highways-
Highways—
B.C. Ferries-
Provincial Secretary-
Mental Health	
Public Health -
Mental Health .
Travel Industry—
PubUc Health	
PubUc Works	
Highways	
Highways	
Finance-
Education 	
Highways	
B.C. Ferries-
B.C. Ferries-
Highways	
Forests.
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Mental Health -
Attorney-General.
Highways——.—.—_
B.C. Ferries	
B.C. Ferries -
Attorney-General—
B.C. Ferries _
Mental Health .
Mental Health..
$
28.35
103.00
65.40
827.67
63.55
461.45
17.82
57.80
23.95
7.87
1038
9.73
128.57
122.11
440.95
238.85
19234
39.94
1,090.07
18.91
29.27
29.42
33.76
882.28
125.13
46.92
32.93
373.91
15.57
137.79
419.40
4.01
4.21
117.82
113.01
75.00
135.23
94.50
4.47
35.13
78.41
55.48
76.75
25.02
18.77
17.13
40.75
766.76
21.67
22.91
56.22
42.32
102.04
300.40
653.46
37.69
44.70
2,262.90
6S.20
22.20
36.62
563-53
108.04
44.60
22.81
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH, -1977/78 15
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Schedule 2—Continued
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees Accounts
as at March 31,1978—Continued
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Fox, Maurice William—
Frenette, P._
Fuller, William James.
Gafl, W. P_
Galbraith, Reginald Gordon.
Garby, AUce Katherine—	
Gauthier, E. D-
Getson, James Edward-
GilUes, Bernard.
Ginther, Norma Darlene Anna-
Godfrey, Mazilynne Maihaele	
Gorin, Eric H	
Grant, John E.
Green, Joan Theresa.
Greig, Michael Anthony-
Griffin, Susan Anne _
Grizzelle, Victoria Anne
Gunderson, Sharon- —
Hagelund, R. M	
Haile, Evelyn Betty—
Haire, Thomas Alexander—
Haluss, Lorraine Eleanor-
Harding, Clark Rockwell.
Harrison, Anthony-
Harvey, David G_
Hanschild, George Carl-
Hay, Margaret Diane	
Heeks, Ronald V.
Henderson, Hermine EsteUa.
Hendrickson, Patricia E-
Henriques, J. W_
Henry, Ernest—
Hildebrand, E. L.
Hoare, S. A.	
Hopkins, D. L.
Hore, Brian Trevor-
Home, Robert—
Howat, Marilyn Anne-
Irwin, Ralph Thomas-
Isabelle, Paul E..
Jack, James Patterson-
Jackson, George Peter—
Jamieson, Thomas Douglas-
Jensen, Michael Garth-
Johnson, Matilda Patricia.
Johnson, A. S.
Johnson, Douglas Ove.
Johnston, Irene Fern—
Johnstone, George	
Jones, Edward David	
Jorgenson, D. G...
Kabir, Mohammed Ahmed.
Kariya, V. C.	
Keitch, Thomas P	
Keyowski, John.
KidweU, William D_
Klann, Jakob	
Kneller, Phyllis _
Knowles, Ivan Moore	
Knutson, Eleanore Joanne-
Kostyniuk, Micczyslaw	
Krahn, Jake Henry	
Kreitzer, Kay Mary Ann	
Lachapelle, Richard	
Laferriere, A. J	
B.C. Ferries-
B.C. Ferries-
Highways	
B.C. Ferries.
Highways	
Mental I
PubUc Health .
Highways—	
Highways
Mental
Health-
Human Resources—
Health-
Mental Health.
Provincial Secretary—
B.C. Ferries——__—_
Mental Health-
B.C. Ferries-
Health.
Attorney-General.
Human Resources.
Highways ——
PubUc Health ——
Forests _
B.C. Ferries _
Mental Health-
Mental Health.
PubUc Works-
Mental Health-
Highways 	
Mental Health-
Finance _
Forests _
Highways-
Highways.
Forests.
B.C. Ferries _
PubUc Works.
Attorney-General—
Human Resources-
Mental Health-
Travel Industry-
Forests _
Public Health-
B.C. Ferries-
Attorney-General.
PubUc Works.
Mental Health.
Attorney-General.
Public 'Works __—-
PubUc Works	
Highways _
Attorney-General.
Labour-
Highways—
Education-
PubUc Works-
Highways..
Human Resources-
Finance	
$
131.72
21.01
5039
11.65
20.57
137.16
57.71
30.18
38132
29.10
955.24
39.99
148.76
200.28
34.69
640.05
2,732.17
46.18
5234
96.15
40.99
76.11
319.68
48.67
29.89
30.01
11.92
26.92
296.47
4.97
22.84
10.08
81.28
10.83
597.05
7538
47.29
14.33
89.67
20.46
32.56
6736
100.75
962.75
3132
217.63
4244
2134
1430
47.77
1.22
452.85
298.25
42.96
39.45
110.98
2438
23.60
58.63
86.89
72.11
19.51
19135
29.40
255.23
 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBUC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Schedule 2—Continued
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees Accounts
as at March 31,1978—Continued
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Laroquc, Eunice Diane-
Larson, Ruth I—
Laursen, Donald V. .
Lavoie, Aimice—
Lawrence, Gayle Nadene-
Lawrence, Peter-
Lee, Robert Chung Nin_
Leedham, David Allan _
Leetch, Norman Stuart.
LeSUe, George Gray-
Lester, Teresa Catherine-
Linton, Frederick St. Clair—
-Loewen, Ben-hard
Long,M. A_
Long, Morris R	
Lough-ran, John Leonard.
Lowrey, James-
Lowrie, Raymond A..
Lygas, Walter—
MacDonald, M. I-
MacDonald, Terence B..
Mack, Tong You _
MacPherson, Roderick GoU
Mah, Gin_
Mailey, Walter A..
Marion, John Albert.
Marion, Michel Romeo Ludger.
Marsh, Patricia D.	
MarshaU, Garry Robert-
Marsiske, Wolfgang	
Martin, J. H.	
Mason, Alana K-
McConneU, Frank—
McCrae, June Clare-
McDonald, J._
Mclnroy, Frederick Eari_
Mclntyre, William Edwin-
McLean, Mary ___—
McLeod, T. D_
McManus, Thomas B_
McMuUen, Jesse Leonard.
McMuUen, Delores Mary-
McNamee, John Reid _
MeUander, Leah Maria-
Mercer, Margaret Gail.
Miller, B-
Minnctte, Martha Nancy-
Morgan, Wilma L.
Morley, Charles Pembroke-
Morris, John V.——.—.—_
Morris, M. G	
Morrison, Alvin J._
Muirhead, Kathleen Mary-
Mulligan, Marilyn P	
Murphy, Kathleen _
Murphy, June Elizabeth.
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.
Education-
Mental Health-
Highways—
Forests—
Attorney-General—
B.C. Ferries-
Mental Health.
Attorney-General-
Mental Health——
Mental Health-
Public Health-
Public Health_
Mental Health-
Public Works-
B.C. Ferries-
Highways.
Mental Health.
Highways-
B.C. Ferries.
Mental Health.
B.C. Ferries-
Highways	
B.C Ferries.
B.C. Ferries.
B.C..Ferries.
Mental Health-
Highways-
Mental Health.
Mental Health..
PubUc Health _
Mental Health -
Highways—
B.C. Ferries.
Mental Health-
Mental Health.
Highways-
Mental Health-
Mental Health.
Highways-
Mental Health.
Mental Health-
Human Resources.
B.C. Ferries .
Provincial Secretary-
Energy, Transport and Communicat-o
Forests..
Mental Health-
Highways-
Mental Health.
Agriculture-
Provincial Secretary-
Mental Health	
B.C. Ferries-
Mental Health.
Highways-
Highways-
PubUc Health.
PubUc Health.
B.C. Ferries .
PubUc Health.
$
33.61
123.82
9.80
3141
45.97
93.05
212.04
27.03
325.54
17038
6.60
7.19
26.68
17.02
115.67
70.21
220.93
6139
23.97
20.90
143.89
20.15
1,48732
11.94
1331.46
277.00
23.01
61.22
22.92
121.17
31.66
48.85
5.23
27.97
50.64
40.06
36.46
487.78
117.60
12.19
18.92
121.63
5139
32.12
41.68
29.19
4135
25.26
27.67
16133
40.05
422.66
5.25
11.73
19.01
444.61
3332
24332
93.84
13.46
42.89
21.95
344.25
43.82
34039
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH,  1977/78
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Schedule 2—Continued
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees Accounts
as at March 31,1978—Continued
17
Name
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Amount
$
13.87
Public Wealth
423.44
2331
8.75
151.05
40.63
436
16.14
48.50
45.04
738
245.34
273.94
15.22
39.60
42.20
701.41
39.22
46.14
1439
54.21
62.61
177.57
7.48
21039
7.64
9.90
151.67
6.01
166.84
56.98
139.19
112.27
B.C. Ferries                           -     -	
30.21
78.73
Public Health
8.36
65.57
5434
12.29
139.56
TTvAlnc.. TstJ
459.80
13035
32034
 18 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Schedule 2—Continued
Unclaimed Moneys at the Credit of Former Employees Accounts
as at March 31,1978—Continued
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Amount
Walker, Mabel Whilhelmine
Waterson, Renee Lucie L.
Watexson, Norman	
Watson, Wanda Lou_
Webber, Russel Larry—
Welyk, Gary George	
Wetherfll, James E_	
Wheeler, Eileen.
Whitehead, D._
Williams, Thomas CampbeU.
'Williams, Alfred Stanley	
Williamson, GUbert Frank	
Wilson, Edward Tyson	
TVilson, Eileen May-	
Wilson, Robert G._ .	
Wisnicwski, Lorna Margaret.
Wolpert, B. R_	
■Wong, B._
Wong, King Yee.
TVood, Ronald Russell .
Woolcock, Barbara Diane.
Wright, Ian Charles	
Wynker, Peter-
Young, Wendy J_
Zablotny, Matthew	
Zerener, Gunther Eberhart-
Mental Health-
Mental Health-
Mental Health.
Highways-
Travel Industry	
Attorney-General—
Mental Health _
Attorney-General—
Highways	
Highways—
PubUc Works.
B.C. Ferries-
Mental Health.
B.C. Ferries.
Mental Health-
Mental Health-
Mental Health-
B.C. Ferries.
B.C. Ferries-
Mental Health-
Mental Health.
Agriculture—
Ziegenbein, Thomas Earl
Total of 287 unclaimed moneys accounts
Attorney-General..
Attorney-General-
$
46.03
78.87
99.76
2536
4530
33.22
134.35
24.84
134.12
72.86
108.89
15.68
117.14
77.87
1038
100.14
114.17
61.22
1,852.06
1.33
234
168.86
8937
17.28
51.04
219.64
15.16
41.990.90
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH,  1977/78
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Comparative Statistics, April 1, 1951, to March 31,1978, Subdivided According
to Sex of Contributor
(Includes former Part II—Retirement Fund)
Allowances
Fiscal Year
Number of
Contributors
Number of
Refunds
Granted
Number of
AUowances
Granted
Number of
Deaths and
Expirations
Number of
■ AUowances
in Force at
End of Year
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
i<mi/«
6,407
7,737
234
10,586
228
13,708
352
17,144
712
17,834
861
19,095
927
21,879
1,227
24,031
1,503
23,518
1,558
24,640
1,600
3,152
3357
316
4,110
216
6,181
347
7381
812
7.778
943
8,841
958
11348
1362
13,495
1,463
14381
1,412
15,964
1,495
1,053
774
810
1,283
1,075
1,428
1,483
1,401
1,121
1,549
763
779
676
943
859
1339
1380
1,522
1329
| 2,032
86
101
86
168
228
286
294
303
307
364
387
11
3
23
46
109
114
140
118
136
144
177
31
34
49
72
74
82
71
85
21
69
74
4
5
8
1
7
13
8
17
26
22
40
1,028
1339
1371
1,958
2,611
2,815
3,038
3356
3342
3,837
4,150
107
1956/57
Nonactive
10-1 /«?,
137
179
lOKK/fil
304
1071/7T.
107?/7^
709
Nonactive
197^/74
841
.o._t/.-;
942
MK/lli
1,052
1976/77
1,174
IO77/70
1,223     1  1,758
1,311
Nonactive—out of service but account remains at credit.
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH. 1977/78 21
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Normal Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31, 1978
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
ITn drr 1"
—
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
2
4
1
6
6
4
3
1
1
4
5
5
6
2
4
4
2
2
2
2
1
9
7
9
10
11
6
2
9
8
6
7
5
1
5
4
7
8
4
4
2
6
7
9
4
2
S
10
2
6
7
9
4
1
59
47
36
32
8
18
4
111
92
91
80
48
52
1
.n_.-L
23
15-19
19
20-24
19
•»__■»
17
•__-_•
10
11
12
10
21
26
13
52
37
33
35
38
201
478
—
3
2
4
5
3
11
8
7
7
8
42
	
100
GRANTED TO FORMER CONTRIBUTORS WHOSE MAXIMUM RETIREMENT AGE WAS 60
Age at Retirement
Total
Years ol
Service
Under
50
50
SI
52
S3
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
Per
Cent
T Tn-W in
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
"2
1
1
_I
7
4
2
3
2
____1__
--_»
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IO
14
35 and over
10
1
2
3
1
3
1
10
21
S
9
14
s
14
5
48
	
Allowances Other Than Normal Granted, April 1,1977, to March 31,1978
Number of
Allowances
Granted
Death
Disability
Deferred
65
22
23
20
 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31,1978
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Effective
Date
Particulars
Abercrombie, Henry E—
Adamson, Annie Fraser—
Akrigg, Cecfl Norton	
Aldous, Montague F	
Allan, Donald O.
Allen, Norma Elizabeth—
AUercott, Edward James-
Allison, Cecal Henry	
Altaian, John Jacob	
Anderson, George	
Anderson, OUve Irene—
Arnett, Lawrence Raymond
Babick, Anne—
Badham, Fern V._
Bagley, George Edward-
Bainbridge, Rupert Anthony—
Baird, Ross.
Baker, George H.Baker, Ruby E_
Ballantyne, Thomas S_
Balogh, Andras_
Barker, Edward Arthur-
Baron, PhiUp William	
Barr, D. W._
Barr, John C	
Baniscale, Richard Joseph P..
Batryn, Nicholas	
Bedry, John.
Beier, Harry E_
Belisle, Philip J_
BeU, Eunice Margaret—
Benham, Laurel Edgar..
Bcnnet, Frederick Marshall.-
Bennett, Eileen M. M-
Bennett, Thomas Robert
Bentley, Kenneth.
Bentley, R. C-
Berg, Gird Pauline H	
Berry, Arline Ray	
Berton, Richard Joseph-
Best, Arthur RusseU-
Bidmead, Douglas F	
Birch, George Ann-
Blenkam, Cecal Edwin-
Blower, Leslie John——
Blygh, Jack A..
Bolingbroke, Marion _
Bourdon, William H..
Box, Eric I.
Boyle, Robert Spencer.
Brayden, Alexander Fleming.
Brickley, James Charles	
Brown, A. Mildred	
Brown, Beatrice Maud	
Brown, Gerald S.Brown, John Herbert.
Brown, Robert E.
Bruce, Charles Alfred	
Buckingham, Olive .
Budd, Alfred Charles D-
Bundock, D. J. W	
Burgess, Lloyd G	
Burton, Doris	
Butt, June-
Butt, Raymond Squire—
Byhre, O. L. Noella -
Calhoun, Joyce Nerine.
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Provincial Secretary __
Attorney-General .	
B.C. Ferries-
Public Works-
Human Resources.
Highways-
Highways
Human Resources.
B.C. Ferries.
Health.
Highways-
Health	
Attorney-General_
B.C. Ferries	
Health-
PubUc Worts	
Travel Industry—
Forests	
Highways	
Health .	
Highways—
Agriculture-
Forests.
PubUc Works-
PubUc Works-
PubUc Works.
Attorney-General	
Provincial Secretary-
Health-
Public Works-
Attorney-General-
Highways	
PubUc Works	
BCAA.
B.C. Ferries-
Health———.
Highways.
Lands	
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Environment .
Human Resources -
Public Works-
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Health-
Highways	
PubUc Works-
Education	
Highways-
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Health	
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Highways.
Attorney-General.
Education	
PubUc Works	
Attorney-General_
Highways-
Mines and Petroleum Resources.
Health	
Environment	
Health-
Highways.
Apr. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
Sept. 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
Feb. 1, 1978
Apr. 1, 1977
May 1,1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
Dec. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Aug. 1,1977
June 1,1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
June 1,1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Jan. 1,1978
Feb. 1, 1978
Aug. 1, 1977
Jan. 1,1978
July 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Feb. 1, 1978
Sept. 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
Jan. 1, 1978
July 1,1977
Sept. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
May 1,1977
May 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Oct. 1,1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Jan. 1,1978
Aug. 1, 1977
Feb. 1,1978
Jan. 1, 1978
Sept. 1, 1977
June 1,1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
Jan. 1, 1978
Mar. 1, 1978
Apr. 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
July 1, 1977
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
Def.
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N__-Normal retirement (499).
D=-_Death in service (22).
Def.-=Deferred allowance (20).
Dis.—Disability aUowance (23).
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH, 1977/78
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31,1978—Continued
23
CaUow, LesUe.
Calver, Geoffrey H~
Cameron, Rupert Hayes—
CampbeU, CoU Angus-
Campbell, Dorothy Barbara-
Campbell, Wilma -
CardinaU, Eric Rhys ..
Carkener, Melburn H—
Carruthers, WUhelmina R—
Carruthers, William F. L.—
Carson, Beatrice Margaret-
Casagrande, Ambrose	
Caston, Mary AKce_
Cave-Browne-Cave, GenUle—
Chamberlain, Kathleen M	
Chandler, Maurice-
Chaplin, John Clement—
Chorlton, Barbara Jessie—
Chudleigh, Doris Ella—	
Clark, Edward Allen.
Clendenning, H. C
Close, Robert—
Clutterbuck, Frank W.Collins, Mae M~
Colvin, Norman George-
Commons, Grayson-
Constantineau, Edward L.
Coombes, Ruth _
Cordoni, Arthur A	
Coupar, David Groves-
Coyle, Benedict-
Craig, Alwyn Peter-
Cranston, Margaret E_
Crawford, Robert Douglas-
Critchley, Stanley'Vincent-
Cross, RusseU A .	
Crossan, Louise M._
Cruickshank, Hazel M._
CuUen, Hugh_
Curie, Dorothy A. R-
Currie, John M.
Cuthbertson, James P	
Dahling, Glendon A	
Dallimore, Alexander R~
Darkis, Charles M._	
David, Grace M.
Davidson, David K.
Davies, Mary M—
Davis, Harold F.
Dawson, Reginald-
Day, Henry—
De-la-Mare, Wffla J._
Depfyffer, Robert I—
Derkson, Maria.
Devereux, Francis P	
Dewar, Lloyd Charles	
Dibble, Gwynneth P	
Dicastri, Joseph Victor—
Dick, Alexander McCaU.
Dobb, Madge-
Dodd, John L.
Dodge, Hilda Lawson.
DoUoway, Gladys Martha.
Donetz, Doris Kathleen—
Donley, William E-
Downard, V. A.-
Drab, Hans Edward _
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
PubUc Works.
Human Resources-
Liquor Distribution Branch—
Attorney-General	
B.C. Ferries	
Health.
Effective
Date
Particulars
Education-
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Attorney-General	
Highways-
Provincial Secretary—
Highways.
Energy, Transport and Communications-
Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Finance—
Environment-
Highways	
Forests-
Drug and Alcohol RehabiUtation-
Forests—
Education-
PubUc Works-
Forests	
Mines and Petroleum Resources—
B.C. Ferries	
PubUc Works	
Health.
Health-
Health .
Attorney-General.
Energy, Transport and Communications-
Health	
PubUc Works-
Human Resources-
Human Resources-
PubUc Works-
Health.
Human Resources.
Education	
Attorney-General.
Health.
Recreation and Conservation.
Human Resources-
Recreation and Conservation-
Health-
Highways-
Attorney-General.
Forests-
Human Resources-
Energy, Transport and Communications.
Highways _
Attorney-General-
Attorney-General-
Forests	
PubUc Works.
Attorney-General.
Health-
Human Resources-
Highways-
Travel Industry-
Health	
Dec. 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
June 1,1977
June 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
Mar. 1,1978
Dec. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
July 1,1977
Oct- 1, 1977
June 1,1977
Aug. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
June 1,1977
Sept. 1, 1977
May 1,1977
Mar. 1,1978
Jan. 1, 1978
Oct. 1,1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
June 1,1977
Jan. 1,1978
Apr. 1,1977
July 1,1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
May 1,1977
Oct. 1,1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
July 1, 1977
Apr. 1,1977
June 1,1977
Mar. 1,1978
July 1, 1977
May 1,1977
Jan. 1,1978
June 1,1977
May 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Feb. 1, 1978
July 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Sept. 1,1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
Aug. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Nov. 1,1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Oct. 1, 1977
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N=-Normal retirement (499).
D=-Death in service (22).
Def.=Defer_ed aUowance (20).
Dis.=DisabiUty aUowance (23).
 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31, 1978—Continued
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Effective
Date
Particulars
Drage, George E-
Drinkwaterlunn, Thomas E-
Durkin, Gertrude Isabel	
East-iam, Harry Robert-
Eddy, Homer Almon.
Edwards, Gordon G—
EdgcU, Jack G.B.
English, FTahk Ernest-
Eriksson, Erik G._
Estes, Jean AUce	
Evans, David Peckham.
Evans, Violet.
Faerber, John A.—
Fagerberg, Elsa E..
Farquharson, Robert Ross_
FarreU, Winnifred E-"
Fieguth, CorneUus H—
Fieldhouse, Leonard Edward.
Finlayson, Edward	
Fisher, John-
Fisk, Douglas R-
Fletcher, Kenneth John	
Ford, Patricia May	
Fortier, Wilfred Adolph.
Fowler, Winnie Kathleen-
Freestone, 'William Charles-
French, Wallace Edward-
Fried, Herbert-
Friesen, Otto Victor—
Froese, Maria	
Galinis, Joseph.
GalUcano, Wm. Antonio-
Gallop, Eileen M. R .
Gamble, Robert Stanley	
Garrison, Arthur Bordon-
Gaunt, Sidney -
Genest, Joseph Alfred _
Gibson, Mary	
Gilley, Dorothea F	
GUUes, Samuel-
Goldfinch, Harold Roy	
Goldman, Vinton Albert—
Govaert, Albert George—
Gracewood, Alfred R.	
Graham, Matthew Paul	
Grant, David	
Grant, EUen K_
Grant, Patrick CampbeU.
Graves, Arthur L.
Gray, Ernest Arthur-
Gray, Raymond Skelton.
Green, Albert Frederick-
Green, L. J._
Green, Trevor Spencer-
Greenhorn, John-
Grieve, Alexander-
Griffin, Marjorie I_
Griffiths, Edna
Gronlund, Dorothy E-
Groutage, Jean H._
Gunn, Sarah Irene.
Gunst, Anthony—
Hagan, Jean Davie-
Haigh, Harry	
HaU, Arthur Leslie
HaU, Henry—
HaU, J. L	
Environmnt.-
PubUc Works-
Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Highways.
Liquor Distribution Brand
Provincial Secretary-
Consumer and Corporate Affairs-
Provincial Secretary	
Energy, Transport and Communications .
Recreation and Conservation	
Health	
Provincial Secretary-
Highways.
Attorney-General-
Highways	
Highways	
Agriculture	
PubUc Works	
Health.
PubUc Works _
Health	
Agriculture-
Highways -
Finance-
Liquor Distribution Branch.
Highways .
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Energy, Transport and Communications
B.C. Ferries.
Human Resources-
Provincial Secretary—
Attorney-General	
Highways __
Health	
PubUc Works-
Recreation and Conservation-
Highways _____
Health .
Educaiton.
PubUc Works	
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Attorney-General.
Forests.
Highways-
Forests 	
Highways-
Provincial Secretary-
Provincial Secretary-
Health.
Health .
Agriculture	
Provincial Secretary..
Highways-
Human Resources-
Highways——.	
Highways-
PubUc Works	
Recreation and Conservation—
Nov. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
July 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
July 1,1977
Apr. 1,1977
Aug. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Aug. 1,1977
Apr. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
Feb. 1, 1978
Sept. 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
May 1,1977
June 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
June 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1976
July 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
June 1,1977
July 1,1977
Mar. 1. 1978
May 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
June 1,1977
July 1,1977
May 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
Feb. 1, 1978
Dec. 1, 1977
Nov. 1,1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Sept. 1,1977
July 1. 1977
Mar. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Dec 1, 1977
Nov. 1,1977
Oct. 1,1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
Apr. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Sept. 1,1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Mar 1, 1978
Mar. 1, 1977
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
N
Dis.
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
N
N
N
N
D
N=Normal retirement (499).
D-z-Death in service (22).
Def.---Deferred aUowance (20).
D_s.-=DisabiUty allowance (23).
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH, 1977/78
25
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31,1978—Continued
Name
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Effective Particu-
Date lais
Hall, Kathleen V._	
Harlow, Kenneth Alfred-
Harper, Jean-
Harris, Clifford Raymond-
Harris, J. O-
Harris, William Abelson _
Harrison, Margaret	
Harrop, Norman WilUa
Hart, Hugh-
Hart, Lionel R. A	
Hawes, J. A.	
Hawkings, Eric J	
Headley, Phflip Henry-
Heaps, PhiUp A	
Hemsworth, A. W._
Henson, Robert Charles.
HeptinstaU, William-
Herndier, ■Wilfred G._
Higgins, Richard D.	
Hiron, Ada Mary	
Hislop, Walter R. C	
Hogarth, Margaret R-
Hojlund, Peer Nielsen.
HoUand, Louis Gordon.
Holmes, R. R. R. J.
Honey, Edgar C	
Hooft, Peter James .
Hopp, Richard Henry	
Hornet-, George R. W._
Horvath, Emma-
Howard, Eric W	
Hughes, Ernest Henry-
Hughes, Jack	
Hughes, John _
Hunter, Charlotte B._
Hurst, William Peter	
Huston, Vernon A. M._
Hutchinson, Joseph E. L.
Ingram, John Allan	
Innes, Robert J	
Irvine, A. W._
Iveson, Jarvis Stenton.
Jakumeit, Bruno	
Jamieson, John L.	
Jardine, Melvin -
Jarvis, Hubert G.—.—
Jeffs, Francis R	
Jensen, Soren Donald.
Jewell, Hazel V..
Johnson, Birtel W.	
Johnson, Frederick C.Johnson, Walter-
Jones, Alfred E. S.Jones, Daniel A	
Jones, Joan Mary—
Jones, Marjorie I.Jones, WilUam R—
Kaardal, Andrew	
Kay, Harold..
Kehler, Agnes L.
Kennett, Charles E..
Keogh, Francis J.
Kingshott, Dorothy C_
Kingsley, Vernon R_
Kingswood, Norman F. W-
Kiimear, Alexander C	
Kirkland, Lloyd Wm. A	
Attorney-General.
Highways-
Alcoholism Foundatio
PubUc Works-
Health.
PubUc Works-
Health-
Highways-
Health.
Provincial Secretary-
Environment	
B.C. Ferries-
Attorney-General—
Health	
Highways..
PubUc Works-
Provincial Secretary-
Energy, Transport and Communications.
Finance——	
Health	
Health	
Attorney-General-
Attorney-General-
Highways	
Highways	
B.C. Ferries	
Highways-
Health	
PubUc Works-
Health	
Education	
Forests _
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Liquor Distribution Branch—
PubUc 'Works	
B.C. Ferries	
Attorney-General ———	
Energy, Transport and Communications _
PubUc Worics	
PubUc 'Works :	
PubUc Works.
Energy, Transport and Communicatio
Human Resources———___———_	
Highways-
Health	
PubUc Works-
Attorney-General -_	
Liquor Distribution Branch.
Highways	
Health
Energy, Transport and Communications,
Health .
Highways —	
Liquor Distribution Branch.
Human Resources— .—.—.—.
Highways _
Education-
Labour—
Highways	
PubUc Works-
Agriculture—
Highways-
Oct. 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
June 1,1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Oct. 1,1977
Jan. 1,1978
June 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
Dec. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
June 1, 1977
May 1,1977
Feb. 1, 1978
May 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
May 1,1977
Nov. 1,1977
Jan. 1,1978
Mar. 1, 1978
Dec. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Aug. 1. 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Dec 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
June 1,1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Jan. 1,1978
June 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
July 1,1977
Apr. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Mar. 1.1978
June 1,1977
June 1,1977
Feb. 1, 1978
July 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
May 1,1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
Dis.
N
N
N
N
Def.
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N__-Normal retirement (499).
D=Death in service (22).
Def.=Deferred aUowance (20).
Dis.=Disab_ity aUowance (23).
 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31,1978—Continued
Name
Ministiy, Division, or Grown Corporation
Effective
Date
Particulars
K_se_ba_k, MUdred E.
Knight, AUen D.	
Knight, Arthur C. W—
Kushner, Edward M—
Lampman, Archibald.
Lasser, Frank Albert-
Laurie, Elizabeth K. F_
Lavin, Mary M.
Lawrence, Avalon A..
Lax, Peter John   	
Learn, Arthur—
Leibel, Joseph John -
Leitch, James- —
Lemon, Enid K.
Lewis, Clarence R-
Lhotzky, 'Walter-
Lindsay, Leonard L. K_
Lindstrom, Audrey M—
Livingstone, Allister M-
Lockie, Dorothy G._
Loewen, Margaret -
Logan, Ruth Esther...
Lomas, Helen A—
Lougheed, Frederick M.Lucas, Ronald F.
Lynn, John F. M.
MacGregor, PhiUp C_
Mack, Marion T	
MacKay, John—
MacKenzie, Kenneth J_
Macri, Mickey _	
MaUon, Irene Mary	
Manson, Agnes M	
Marcotte, CecUe H	
Mali, Paul Peter—
Marr, E. M.
Marriott, Gordon L	
Martens, John Hermen..
Martin, Albert J.
Martin, Willard Graham
Marwood, Katherine	
Mathews, Peter M—
Mathews, William...
Matterson, WilUam R. K_
Matthews, John L.
Mauris, Robert G. V_
May, Arthur Ernest—
McBeath, Robert -
McBride, Marie E. E-
McDannald, Elmer H._—
McEwen, Bertram C	
McEwen, Hal Alexander—
McGovern, Marion .
McGowan, Daniel D—
McGregor, John T. K..
McGregor, PhyUis M—
McGregor, Roy M	
Mclnnes, NeU G._
Mclnnes, Roderick J	
Mcintosh, Gordon	
Mcintosh, John P. H. L.
McKay, John A	
McKay, Wilfred A	
McKeever, Henry	
McKenzie, Colin S~
McLeish, Norman E..
McMynn, Robert G—
Highways-
Human Resources-
Liquor Distribution Branch.
Attorney-General	
PubUc Works	
Finance-
Education—
Health
PubUc Works.
Labour ___
Highways	
Highways	
Forests——
Highways	
Health.
Highways _—
Human Resources-
Attorney-General.
Recreation and Conservation.
Health	
B.C. Ferries _
Liquor Distribution Branch.
Education	
Education-
Human Resources-
Environment—
Attorney-Genera—.
Finance	
PubUc Works-
Health	
B.C. Ferries-
Health _
Education.
Highways.
BCGEU-
Attorney-General—
Health	
Highways—
Highways -
Attorney-General—
Forests	
Health	
Health.
Highways-
Health.
B.C. Ferries-
Liquor Distribution Branch.
PubUc Works _	
Forests	
Human Resources-
Human Resources—
PubUc Works.
Highways-
Provincial Secretary	
Liquor Distribution Branch .
Attorney-General.
Liquor Distribution Branch —
Recreation and Conservation-
Travel Industry	
Education _
Attorney-General	
Recreation and Conservation.
Dec. 1,
Mar. 1,
Oct-1,
Aug. 1;
June 1,
Dec. 1,
Apr. 1,
July 1,
July 1,
Feb. 1,
Nov. 1,
Julyl,
Jan. 1,
Aug. 1,
Aug. 1,
Nov. 1,
Jan. 1,
Sept. 1,
June 1,
Jan. 1,
Apr. 1,
Julyl,
June 1,
Apr. 1,
Feb. 1,
Mar. 1,
Julyl,
Mar. 1,
Aug. 1,
Aug. 1,
Mayl,
Jan. 1,
June 1,
Jan. 1,
June 1,
Feb. 1,
Feb. 1,
Mayl,
Apr. 1,
June 1,
Oct. 1,
Oct.1,
June 1,
Julyl,
June 1,
Feb. 1,
June 1,
Aug. 1,
Feb. 1,
Mar. 1,
Mayl,
Aug. 1,
Julyl,
Mayl,
Mayl,
June 1,
July 1,
Nov. 1,
Sept. 1,
Sept. 1,
Sept. 1,
Sept. 1,
Julyl,
Jan. 1,
Nov. 1,
Mayl,
Apr. 1,
1977
1978
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1977
1978
1977
1978
1977
1978
1978
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1977
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
Def.
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
D
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N=Normal retirement (499).
D-=Death in service (22).
Def.=Deferred aUowance (20).
Dis.—Disability aUowance (23).
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH.  1977/78
27
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31, 1978—Continued
Name
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
-Effective Particu-
Date lars
McNeffl, Phyllis A—
McPherson, Barbara—
McRae, NeU D._
McVeigh, Jorun J. M._
Medlar, Violet E_
Meerman, Henry H._
Melnick, Steve—
Merrall, John Henry...
Meszaros, Fred Imre _
Mew, Edward.
Mickelson, Connie S	
Middleton, Albert James.
MiUer, Benjamin B	
MiUer, Evelyn M.__ .
MiUer, John E_
Mills, Cyril Henry	
MitcheU, Robert D_
Moffat, Kenneth C	
Mollison, Donald H._
Moore, John F. W_
Moore, William S..
Morris, Idris C. -
Morrison, Archibald Oscar-
Mortimer, Marion D	
Moyer, Verna E-
Mumford, WiUiam John-
Murdoch, Grace Efleen	
Murdoch, J.
Murdoch, M. F . ;—
Nation, Sidney George-
Neale, WUUam .
NeiU, Aaron Cannon -
Netherway, George S._
Nuebert, Fritz.
Neumann, Paul Gerhard-
Newcomb, Sarah-
Newman, Sarah Allison _
Nicholas, M._
Nielson, Niels A	
Noakes, Ronald O	
Noble, William H.
Norman, Austen
Norman, Edward .
Norman, Edwin _
Norrish, Aubery James—
Northwood, Joseph E..
O'NeiU, Gerald.Henry—
Ogden, Kenneth A.	
Ohlsson, Albert Ervin -
Oliver, John McCoy	
Olson, W. F._
Oppen, Theresse J	
Orr, Edward Charles	
Orr, Joseph CampbeU -
OseUame, Luigi	
Page, James F.Page, Ronald Noel -
Pagonyi, Jozsef _
Palvesky, Audrey Eunice-
Parker, May-
Patience, Lauchlin W..
Paulger, Edward Barr—
Payne, Harry Win..——
Peacock, Zita Mary	
Peck, John Wm._ .—
Peever, Melvin	
Pemberton, Jantje	
Health-
Highways.
Highways-
Highways.
Health-
Liquor Distribution Branch _
Education	
Highways-
Legislative Assembly-
Liquor Distribution Branch .
PubUc Works	
PubUc Works	
Finance	
Economic Development.
Finance-
Energy, Transport and Communicatio
PubUc 'Works	
Health	
B.C. Ferries _
Attorney-GeneraL
Attorney-General—
Health	
Highways-
Highways-
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Forests :	
Human Resources-
Finance	
Human Resources—
PubUc 'Works-
Recreation and Conservation.
Forests	
PubUc Works-
PubUc 'Works-
Liquor Distribution Branch _
Travel Industry	
PubUc Works	
PubUc Works	
Labour—
PubUc Works.
PubUc Works-
Highways	
Education-
Human Resources-
Forests.
Attorney-General-
Environment—
Provincial Secretary-
Provincial Secretary-
Environment	
Human Resources.
PubUc Works	
Health-
Provincial Secretary-
Health.
Mines and Petroleum Resources.
Highways	
Health . .	
Sept. 1, 1977
Sept. 1,1977
June 1,1977
Aug. 1,1977
May 1,1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Mar. 1,1978
Feb. 1, 1978
July 1, 1977
Dec. 1,1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
Jan. 1, 1978
Mar. 1,1978
May 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Mar. 1, 1978
May 1,1977
July 1,1977
Aug. 1,1977
Aug. 1,1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
May 1,1977
Jan. 1,1978
Sept. 1, 1977
Jan. 1,1978
Aug. 1, 1977
Mar. 1,1978
Dec. 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Mar. 1,1977
June 1,1977
July 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Jan. 1,1978
Mar. 1,1978
June 1,1977
July 1, 1977
Dec 1,1977
Dec. 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
Sept. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
Mar. 1, 1978
Feb. 1, 1978
Apr. 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Aug. 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Feb.1,1978
Sept. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Mar. 1,1978
June 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
N
N
D
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N=No_mal retirement (499).
D-=Death in service (22).
Def .---Deferred aUowance (20).
Dis.---DisabiUty aUowance (23).
 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31, 1978—Continued
Ministry, Division, or Grown Corporation
Effective Particu-
Date lars
Pender, Arthur B._—
Perkins, Clarence C_
Perry, Charles A..
Perry, Samuel Bartlett.
Peters, Anna
Peters, WiUiam E.
Phair, W. A..
PhiUp, Thomas Harvey—
Picotte, Robert I	
Pitcher, WiUiam Charles _
Pitchford, Janet I	
Piters, Beatrice-
Pocock, Dorothy E	
Pollock, Robert James—
Polzin, Gertrude	
Polzin, Kurt E_
Pomeroy, James Wm-
Poole, Arnold Hugh-
Porter, Jean Elizabeth.
PoweU, M. Joyce.
Pratico, John V.Preston, Mary—
Primeau, Fern.
Puttock, Gordon Nelson.
Pyle, Elmer Wm .
Radnl, George.
Rapley, Hazel E	
Rattray, John GemmeU _
Ray, Elsie B	
Reader, Ernest	
Reading, John _
Rear, Edward N._
Reed, E. D_
Reed, Lawrence J	
Reinhardt, Isobel Grant.
Rende, Rosalbino
Richards, Trevor Herbert-
Roberts, Ernest H.	
Robertson, E.
Robertson, Thomas H.
Robinson, Arthur Edward-
Robinson, Eugenie Maude-
Robinson, James Harold.
Rodgers, Mary Edith	
Rogan, John .	
Rohn, John-
Rowbotham, Arthur—
Rowe, K. E	
Rudd, W.V.
Rudolph, Elfried I.
RusseU, "WiUiam A..
Rntherglen, Raymond Allan
Sabey, Melvin B_
Salmond, Lilian _rene_
Salmond, Patrick H-.
Samann, Ernest Harry-
Sampson, D. L.
Sawatzky, El-tin Abram-
Schumacher, Otto J.	
Schuurman, Dirk _
Scott, Alexander K..
Scott, Alvin Wm.—
Scott, Grant Ernest-
Scott, Stella-
Scott, Thomas-
Scruton, Louise Grace.
Secora, Carl Louis-
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Health	
Highways.
Health	
Health.
Highways-
Public Works-
Liquor Distribution Branch _
Attorney-General	
Health	
Health-
B.C. Ferries-
Health	
Health-
Highways.
Attorney-General-
Attorney-General—
Highways-
Human Resources-
Highways	
Human Resources-
Attorney-General.
Mines and Petroleum Resources.
Highways	
Health.
PubUc Works.
Highways	
Highways-
Agriculture	
Recreation and Conservation-
PubUc Works-
Highways	
B.C. Ferries-
Energy, Transport and Communication
Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Highways-—. __	
Education •
Forests-
Provincial Secretary	
Liquor Distribution Branch _
Highways	
Highways	
Human Resources-
BCIT-
B.C. Ferries-
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Recreation and Conservation-
Highways	
Environment _
Environment—
Recreation and Conservation.
Human Resources	
Forests _
Highways	
PubUc Works -
Finance	
Highways	
Human Resources.
Education	
July 1,1977
Feb. 1, 1978
Jan. 1,1978
Aug. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Nov. 1,1977
Aug. 1.1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Jan. 1,1978
Mar. 1, 1978
Feb. 1,1978
Mar. 1, 1978
Aug. 1, 1977
Dec. 1,1977
Oct. 1,1977
Feb. 1,1978
Oct. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
Nov. 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
June 1,1977
May 1,1977
Oct. 1.1977
Mar. 1,1978
June 1, 1977
May 1,1977
Dec. 1,1977
Aug. 1,1977
May 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Mar. 1,1978
Jan. 1, 1978
Apr. 1, 1977
Mayl, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Feb. 1, 1978
Nov. 1,1977
May 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Oct. 1,1977
July 1,1977
Mar. 1,1978
Aug. 1,1977
Oct. 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Feb. 1,1978
Feb. 1, 1978
Feb. 1,1978
Dec 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
Mar. 1,1978
Apr. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
May 1,1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
N
N
Def.
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
D
N
Def.
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N---Normal retirement (499).
D_-Death in service (22).
DeL—Deferred aUowance (20).
Dis.=DisabiUty allowance (23).
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH, 1977/78
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
29
Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31,1978—Continued
Name
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Effective
Date
Particulars
Seedhouse, Edward.
Selig, Frank F.	
Setter, Chester———.
Severn, Cecil L.
Shamber, George.
Sharpe, G. B	
Shetler, Albert-
Shpelcy, Metro	
ShrubsaU, Robert A..
Shutty, Louis-
SiddaU, Margaret H.Sinclair, Ross O.	
Smith, Albert J	
Smith, Gordon John.
Smith, James G—:	
Smith, MUdred Jane _
Smith, Robert 1 —
Smith, Rozell C.	
Smyth, Jean Elaine	
Snape, Winifred M-
Specht, Alfred F._
Stack, John Raymond.
Statham, Hugh H. J
Steen, Ralph N-
Stenquist, Harvey Earl-
Stevens, Iva A..
Stevenson, E. Margaret-
Stewart, Agnes S	
Strachan, R. M.
Sutherland, Alexander ]
Sutherland, Andrew N. D_
Swanson, Donald 1
Sweeten, George Roy—
Tait, Nelson L. F	
Talbot, Evelyn Clare	
Tarns, Thomas	
Tattrie, Nen C.Taylor, Ernest
Taylor, Helen N.	
Taylor, WUbert R	
Thompson, Albert C. F.
TindaU, Margaret E	
Tinevez, Jeanne Marie	
Tocher, Victor G. -
Todd, Reginald Scott
Tondevold, Anna J	
Topham, John T.	
Trippel- Sigrid Marie
TurnbuU, Robert H	
Tyrrel, Jean McBeth	
Udy, Donald Richard	
Valen, Edith Marion	
Vanderwaal, Cornelius _
Veach, WiUiam Edward.
Veitch, Leslie.
Venables, Gerald I	
Vetter, Fred Louis -
Vince, Gordon CampbeU.
Vine, Arthur Charles.
Vosburgh, Doris Ida-
Walker, Margaret-
Wallace, Lawrence J	
Walmesley, Eric Robert.
'Walmsley, Phyllis Mary—
Waterton, James T _
Watkins, William F	
Watson, WiUiam A. J_
PubUc Works-
Environment	
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Education	
Highways-
Health.
Highways	
PubUc Works-
Liquor Distribution Branch _
Public Works-
Human Resources—
PubUc Works.
PubUc Works-
Forests-
PubUc Works.
Attorney-GeneraU
Public Works	
Education __—
Human Resources .
Forests-
Highways-
PubUc Works.
B.C. Ferries	
Highways	
Health	
Provincial Secretary-
Environment	
Finance-
Attorney-General-
Highways	
Health	
Highways	
Highways	
PubUc Works-
Health.
Highways-
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Health	
Human Resources -
Health.
B.C. Ferries-
Agriculture _
Human Resources-
Recreation and Conservation.
Health-
Agriculture	
PubUc'Works.
Highways-
Liquor Distribution Branch _
Highways -
Attorney-General—
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Health	
Provincial Secretary-
Highways _
Attorney-GeneraL
Health-
Energy, Transport and Communications-
Agriculture  _—_ 	
Sept. 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Dec 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
Apr. 1, 1977
Jan. 1,1978
June 1,1977
May 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
June 1,1977
Feb. 1, 1978
May 1,1977
Aug. 1,1977
May 1,1977
Jan. 1, 1978
July 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
Jan. 1,1978
Nov. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
May 1,1977
Feb. 1,1978
Apr. 1,1977
July 1, 1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Nov. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Dec 1, 1977
Dec 1, 1977
Dec. 1, 1977
Dec. 1,1977
Jan. 1, 1978
Sept. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
June 1, 1977
Mar. 1,1978
June 1,1977
Feb. 1, 1977
Aug. 1, 1977
June 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Mar. 1, 1978
Feb. 1,1978
Mar. 1, 1978
Aug. 1, 1977
Sept. 1, 197T
July 1, 1977
July 1, 1977
Oct. 1, 1977
June 1,1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Nov. 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
Apr. 1, 1977
May 1, 1977
Feb. 1, 1978
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Dis.
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
D
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N-_-Nonnal retirement (499).
D-=Death in service (22).
Def.=Deferred aUowance (20).
Dis.-_-DisabiUty aUowance (23).
 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Allowances Granted April 1,1977, to March 31,1978—Continued
Ministry, Division, or Crown Corporation
Effective
Date
Particulars
Watts, Graham Vernon.
Waugh, J. R	
Webb, Clarence H.Webber, Mary R.
Webster, Richard Nelson.
■Westwood, John T	
White, Derek Wm	
White, Stanley C-
White, Thomas Oswald .
White, Wilfred Lyle	
Wilford, Reginald	
Wilkins, Dorothy—
W__iams, John
Wilson, Ethel Mary	
Wilson, Gordon P	
Wilson, PhiUip Henry—
■Winger, 'WiUiam James-
Wood, Albert Kennedy-
Wood, E. Douglas	
Wood, Dorothy-
Woodward, Charles .
Woodward, Richard D._
Wootton, Elinor Mary—
Worthing, Florence M—
Wright, Arthur George-
Yasinski, Goldie A.	
Young, Ethel	
Zirul, M. N. .	
PubUc Works.
Attorney-General—
Health-
Human Resources-
Liquor Distribution Branch _
Liquor Distribution Branch..
Envi-onment-
Attorney-GeneraL.
PubUc Works	
Highways	
PubUc Works-
Highways.
Liquor Distribution Branch-
Labour.	
Attorney-General-
PubUc Works _
Human Resources-
Provincial Secretary-
Provincial Secretary-
Health.
Highways.
Health-
Recreation and Conservation.
Health-
Human Resources-
Human Resources—
Feb. 1,
Nov. 1,
Apr. 1,
Apr. 1,
Nov. 1,
Mar. 1,
Feb. 1,
Mayl,
Oct. 1,
Mar. 1,
Aug. 1,
Oct.1,
June 1,
Aug. 1,
Mayl,
Oct.'-.;
Mayl,
Sept. 1,
Aug. 1,
Jan. 1,
Sept. 1,
Mayl,
Feb. 1,
Jan. 1,
June 1,
Feb. 1,
Aug. 1,
Oct. 1,
1978
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1978
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1977
1978
1977
1977
1978
1978
1977
1978
1977
1977
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Def.
N
N
N
Dis.
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N=Normal retirement (499).
D=Death in service (22).
Def._=Deferred aUowance (20).
D_s.-=Disab-Uty aUowance (23).
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH, 1977/78
PART m—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
31
Death Benefit Payments Made During the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31,1978
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Amount
Angly, Ralph Benedict.
Ashton, Harold T..
Austin, Marguerite M.
Ayhner, Basil.
Baragar, Helen Matilda.
Barski, John.
Beasley, Arthur G.	
Beaveridge, Albert E._
BeU, Gordon Thomas.
Beshkevich, Vincent.
Bethune, Reginald A..
Beutel, Leonard	
Biggs, Dorothy E	
Blagden, WiUiam H._
Booth, Mary EUen _
Bourne, Herbert F	
Brandon, Malcolm Nelson.
Brown, Edward B. S	
Brownlee, Richard T	
Bruce, Janet A	
Bus-in, Lome V	
Callahan, Henry OUver-
CampbeU, George	
Carlin, Harry C	
Carr, Emil-
Clifford, Frank _
Coates, James P..
Cotton, John William.
Conway, Clifford B.	
Copp, Vernon G	
Craft, WiUiam	
Craig. John A..
Cunliffe, Thomas Henry—
Davies, Horace J. __
Davies, Percy Harold	
D'Odorico, Antonio-
Donetz, Doris E. ___.
Drummond, Emily W..
Duck, Arthur John —	
Ennik, Jurrien H	
Fandrick, En_l_
Flintoff, Frank.
Frogley, Frederick W._
Fulton, James W	
GaeUck, Elaine _
Gennard, Benjamin _
Gill, George H.
GingeU, Frederick Walter—
Goodmanson, Harold	
Gordon, Charles M ______
Groom., Ernest F._
Guppy, Robert L	
Harman, Frederick T._
Harrison, George _
Hassard, Robert Henry-
Herrmann, Francis J._—
HorneU, Edward W.	
Houghton, Kenneth G	
Hunt, Earl C._
Jarvis, Arthur W—
Jean, Joseph Aurele .
Jerome, Joseph Alfred -
Jones, James D	
KeUy, William John	
Lactin, Michael N.Lake, F. T. Macdonald-
Langland, Melvin -
Lavery, William James-
December 22, 1977 _
March 30, 1977	
January 4,1978	
March 13,1977-	
March 10,1977	
March 31, 1978	
May 22, 1977	
May 8, 1977	
October 28, 1977	
February 9, 1977	
April 18, 1977	
May 18, 1977	
May 25, 1977	
January 19, 1978	
July 28, 1977	
July 29, 1977	
March 30, 1977	
November 24,1977-
July 10, 1977-
November 19,1977-
February 2,1978	
September 17,1977-
December 31, 1977—
July 1, 1977-
May 7, 1977	
July 24,1977	
January 28, 1978	
September 11, 1977-
October 21,1977	
November 25,1977-
November 30,1977-
February 24,1978—
September 26, 1977-
October 14, 1977	
December 12,1977—
August 4, 1977	
February 11,1978	
March 21,1978	
December 30,1977—
June 28,1977-
April 22, 1977	
January 16, 1978	
March 9, 1978	
April 26, 1977	
March 6, 1978 	
December 26, 1977—
July 23, 1977 i	
March 30,1977	
March 29, 1978	
June 19, 1977.
January 1,1978	
June 14,1977	
December 21,1977-
March 18. 1978	
October 10, 1977	
October 24, 1977	
May 8, 1977-
November 2, 1977-
July 21, 1977	
January 17,1978	
March 15,1978—_
October 14, 1977	
July 7, 1977-
November 3, 1977	
September 23, 1977-
April 23, 1977-
September 25, 1977-
August 21. 1977	
$
1,000
500
1,000
500
500
500
500
SOO
1,000
500
500
1,000
500
500
SOO
500
1,000
SOO
SOO
SOO
500
500
500
SOO
500
500
500
SOO
800
SOO
600
500
1,000
600
SOO
SOO
1,000
500
500
800
500
SOO
SOO
SOO
1,000
500
500
500
SOO
SOO
500
600
1,000
500
500
600
500
SOO
500
500
600
SOO
500
SOO
900
500
SOO
SOO
 32
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PART HI—DEATH BENEFITS FUND
Death Benefit Payments Made During the Fiscal Year Ended
March 31,1978—Continued
Name of Deceased
Date of Death
Lee, Cyril N	
Lennox, Hazel-
Donald.
Lovestrom, Anton O	
MacDonald, Charles EUiott.
MacKenzie, E. Enid C._
Makaroff, Fred.
Makortoff, Fred-
Marsh, Edward Donald-
Martin, George P.	
McAstocker, Leo A.	
McCaulder, James G.—
McKay, Malcolm.
Meeres, Douglas Gordon—
MiUer, Benjamin B.——
Milne, Alexander—
Minckler, Gordon C
Mitchell, Alexander—
Morison, Charles K-
Morrison, Hngfa MacKenzie _
Morrison, James M_——_
Morton, John G. S-
Mullin, Marjorie L.
Munn. Harry A. D._
Murray, Robert P-
Mnf-flman, Margaret A. S-
Nice, James-
NichoUs, Henry T._
Norman, Walter C_
Norris, William Alfred.
Osgoode, Albert George-
Palmer, Basil F.	
Pisarz, John.
PoUock, David.
PoweU, Dorothy M_
Pritchard, Arthur C_
Pullin, Jesse Victor-
Ranch, George A-
Raymer, Thomas A.	
Richter, FTancis Xavier—
Ridler, Thomas .
Rochon, Henry Joseph.
Saxton, George D-
Schamerhom, Judson Harvey-
Scott, Hector-
Shields, Roy S	
Smyth, Hugh D	
Stead, William T__
Stephens, Oswald.
Strandfelt, Johannes E.	
Strevens, Bernard Joseph.
Sunderland, Alan.
Sutherland, Albert A	
Swan, Robert Corbett—
Taylor, Leonard	
Teit, Eric Leon -
Thirlwall, Harold .
Thomson, John C	
Titus, GUbert Bruce
Tracey, Jack—
Tumey, Lawrence J__
■Walker, John F.	
WaU, Oliver H	
Wanner, Andrew _
Ward, Charlotte E..
WeUs, Tom-
White, Rose-
Whimey, Ernest L.
Wiebe, Peter William-
Total of 137 death benefit payments made-
May 9, 1977	
June 6, 1977	
June 14,1977	
October 28,1977—
January 28, 1978	
October 27,1977	
December 4,1977	
December 23,1977-
February 20,1978	
April 19, 1977	
May 20, 1977-
January IS, 1978	
September 21,1977-
November 23, 1977—
February 19, 1978	
January 5,1978	
May 11, 1977	
February 22, 1978	
April 25, 1977
April 22, 1977	
August 6, 1977	
January 11,1978	
March 2,1977-
October 30,1977	
September 10,1977-
November 1,1977	
February 17,1978—
April 13,1977	
June 23,1977—	
April 4,1977-
September 10,1977-
October 11, 1977	
October 5,1977	
October 9, 1977	
May 17,1977	
March 7,1978	
April 13,1977.
1, 1977-
July 1,1977 _
November 20,1977-
March 5,1978	
February 5, 1978	
May 3,1977	
May 29,1977	
October 13,1977	
February 21, 1978	
March 17, 1977	
December 12,1977—
November 20,1977-
May 15.1977	
August 6, 1977 —
June 3,1977	
September 28, 1977—
August 14,1977
December 20, 1977—
July 16,1977	
April 6, 1977-
May 22,1977	
November 25, 1977—
October 5,1977	
December 28,1977-
April 10, 1977 _
February 6,1978	
February 20,1978—
March 10,1977	
April 10,1977	
March 31. 1978	
December 8,1977	
July 20,1977	
$
1,000
500
500
SOO
SOO
500
1,000
1,000
soo
1,000
800
1,000
500
1,000
1.000
1,000
900
soo
soo
500
SOO
1,000
500
500
500
600
SOO
500
500
1,000 -
-500
SOO
500
500
500
1,000
SOO
500
600
800
500
800
700
1,000
1,000
SOO
1,000
1,000
500
500
500
SOO
SOO
SOO
500
500
500
800
800
SOO
700
SOO
SOO
SOO
700
SOO
500
700
84,900
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH, 1977/78
33
Summary of Payments
Ninety-three at $500
Seven at $600	
Four at $700	
Seven at $800 __	
Two at $900	
Twenty-four at $1,000
$
46,500
4,200
2,800
5,600
1,800
24,000
84,900
 34
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Approved and Reciprocal Employers as at March 31, 1978
Approved Employers
Section 20 (3) (a) provides for the granting of a deferred allowance to a
contributor who within three years after making his last contribution to the Fund,
enters the service of one of the following employers and becomes entitled to an
allowance:
Effective Date
B.C. Central Credit Union Pension PIan_
B.C. Railway Company	
City of Calgary-
Government of Canada
Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbii
Pacific Press Limited—
University of British Columbia-
University of Victoria.
JJec 4, 1974
-June 10. 1963
July 13, 1972
June 24, 1955
-June 10, 1963
July 14. 1960
-Aug. 20, 1962
.Dec. 21, 1970
Vancouver Island Coach Lines.
-Nov. 19, 1968
Special Agreement With Approved Employers
Section 40 (4) provides for the transfer of funds in respect of an employee
who, following termination of service, transfers to or from one of the following
approved employers and makes application for such transfer of funds in accordance with the terms of the agreement:
B.C. Hydro and Power Authority-
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
-Sept
_Mar.
CU&C Health Services Society and the Trustees of the OTEU Pension Plan-
Government of Canada	
Province of Alberta	
Mar.
June
Province of Alberta—Management Positions-
Province of Manitoba	
-Oct.
_May
_Feb.
Province of New Brunswick-
Province of Ontario	
Province of Quebec-
-Dec.
-Aug.
Province of Saskatchewan-
_Apr.
-May
14, 1970
6, 1975
I, 1974
24, 1955
19, 1976
5, 1977
17, 1975
II, 1974
4, 1971
14, 1972
2, 1977
Reciprocal Employers
Section 18a provides for the method of determining pensionable service and
highest average salary together with pro rata sharing of the present value of the
allowance and transfer of funds in respect of an employee who, within three years
of termination of his service, transfers to or from the service of the following
reciprocal employers:
An employer under the College Pension Act	
An employer under the Municipal Superannuation Act-
An employer under the Teachers' Pensions Act	
Workers' Compensation Board	
-Apr. 1, 1973
-Apr. 1, 1973
-Apr. 1, 1973
June 5, 1974
 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BRANCH,  1977/78 35
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND
Approved Long-term Disability Salary Continuance Plans as at March 31,1978
Employer or Plan Effective Date
B.C. Assessment Authority Oct. 14, 1976
B.C. Institute of Technology July 25, 1977
Emergency Health Services Commission Ian. 6, 1978
Public Service Long Term Disability Plan Jan. 1, 1978
Printed by K. M. MacDonaid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
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1979
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