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UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
WASHINGTON, DX..




RETIREMENT" REPORT


FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30

1958

CIVIL SERVICE RETIREMENT ACT

PANAMA CANAL CONSTRUCTION ANNUITY ACT










Cie -1ANUA0












UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON 1959































































(RIeprint from Chapter 10, Retirement, and Appendix C, Retirement Statistics,
Annual Report of tile Civil Service Commission, for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1958.)










CHAPTER 10

Retirement

The Civil Service Retirement System, with a membership of more than 2 million employees, continues as the largest of the several existing staff retirement plans for Federal civilian personnel.
Through the years, the System has come to occupy a place of major economic importance to the Government employee population. Retirement monies, in the form of refund, annuity, or death benefits, are often the only means of livelihood for an individual and his family. The Retirement System has also assumed a new' and greater importance in the Government's ability to retain competent employees. At a time when the Federal Government is laced with keen competition for able personnel, the retirement plan provides an added incentive for experienced, skilled employees to make the Federal service their career.
This chapter and the statistical tables contained in appendix C constitute the Commission's report of its administration of the Civil Service Retirement Act.
NEW LEGISLATION
During the second session of the 85th Congress, 3 laws amending' the Civil Service Retirement Act and 7 laws affecting its operation were approved.
The Act of April 24, 1958, Public Law 85-385, allows a retired teacher reemployed temporarily as substitute teacher in District of Columbia public schools to receive both salary and annuity.
The Act of May 27, 1958, Public Law 85-426, repealed the requirement that Post Office Department contributions to the retirement fund not be considered in establishing postal rates.
The Act of June 25, 1958, Public Law 85-465:
0 Provides, generally, a 10-percent increase for each retired
employee and survivor who on August 1, 1958, was receiving or entitled to receive annuity based on service which terminated before October 1, 1956, and for the survivors of such
retired employees.
0 Authorizes annuity under certain conditions to the surviving
spouse of an employee or retired employee who died before
February 29, 1948.
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Permits annuity recomputation under the 1956 Retirement Act provisions in the case of an employee retired for age before July 31, 1956, but who had sufficient annual leave to have
carried him to that date.
The Act of July 25, 1958, Public Law 85-550, abolished the Cash Relief System applicable to noncitizen employees of the Canal Zone Government and the, Panama Canal Company serving on the Isthmus and made these employees subject to the Civil Service Retirement Act.
The Act of August 14, 1958, Public Law 85-661, permits an employee to withdraw his voluntary contribution account provided he files application therefor prior to receiving any annuity based on the voluntary contributions.
The Act of August 25, 1958, Public Law 85-745, authorizes the General Services Administration to provide an office staff for each former President and directs that members of such staff be considered Federal employees for Civil Service Retirement Act purposes.
The Act of August 27, 1958, Public Law 85-772 protects the current survivor rights of a Federal employee who is appointed or elected as Member of Congress, and allows the survivor of an employee or Member to make deposit in the retirement fund covering the employee's or Member's past service.
The Act of August 28, 1958, Public Law 85-795, provides that a Federal employee who, with the approval of his agency head, leaves Federal service to accept a position with an international organization in which the United States Government participates shall remain subject to t4ie Civil Service Retirement Act. Such retirement coverage may not extend beyond 3 years after the beginning of his international organization employment (or such shorter period as specified by the head of the acrency frorn which transferred) plus the reemployment rights period (not exceeding 120 days), and is conditioned upon the employee's depositing currently the regular retirement deductions and Government contributions.
Tile Act of August 28, 1958, Public Law 85-827, accords retirement coverage retroactively to a limited number of temporary rural carriers who were eligible for such coverage between October 1943 and March 1946 but were inadvertently not converted thereto.
The Act of August 28, 1958, Public Law 85-844, stipulates that no increase in or new annuity benefits thereafter enacted by amendment to tile Civil Service Retirement Act can become effective until there is appropriated to the civil-service retirement and disability fund an amount sufficient to prevent an immediate increase in the unfunded accrued liability of the fund.



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RETIREMENT OPERATIONS
Reflecting the impact of the more liberal benefits provided by the Retirement Act Amendments of 1956, the number of -retirements during fiscal year 1958 exceeded by 17 percent the previou's all-time high of 44,296 persons who retired during fiscal year 1957. With these, new additions, the retired-employee roll, for the first time, exceeded 300,000 persons. Also, for the first time, additions to the survivor-annuitant roll during fiscal year 1958 brought the total number of survivor annuitants, predominantly widows and children, to over 100,000.
During fiscal year 1958, all work items showed an increase over the record-high year of 1957. The following statistical table shows the activity during fiscal year 1958 in the major retirement work items.
Received Processed
Retirement claims --------------------- 62,326 63,122
Death claims ------------------------- 30P 777 30,479
Refund claims ------------------------- 209p225 210t321
Service credit claims ------------------- 40p936 42,732
Answering inquiries ------------------- 228,324 228, 034
Searching and filing retirement records--- 1, 442, 651 1,440,121
Maintaining annuity roll (average number on roll for fiscal year) ------------------- 396,600
To handle these increased workloads, trained personnel regularly worked overtime and from time to time were detailed to other duties in which their skills could be utilized to the best advantage. Through these and other measures, such as changes in adjudicating techniques and procedures, production kept pace with the increased receipts and there was no appreciable hnpairment in the quality and promptness of the service given to applicants for retirement benefits.
A complete statistical report of operations under the Civil Service Retirement Act and the Panama Canal Construction Annuity Act, which the Commission also administers, is contained in appendix C.











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APPENDIX C

Retirement Statistics

The following tables furnish statistical information on the operation of the Civil Service Retirement Act, as amended, and the Panama Canal Construction Annuity Act, as amended. Chapter 10 and this appendix constitute the Commission's report of. its administration of these two acts.

LIST OF TABLES Page
Table C- 1.-Operatinlg receipts and disbursements and balance in the
retirement fund for the fiscal years 1921 to 1958 ----------8 Table C- 2.-Employee annuitants added to the retirement roll during
the fiscal years 1921 to 1958, by provision under which retired, and number on the roll June 30, 1958, by fiscal
year retired----------------------------------------- 9
Table C- 3.-Employee annuitants added to the retirement roll during
the fiscal year ended June 30, 1958-------------------- 10
Table C- 4.-Employee annuitants on the retirement roll as of June 30,
1958---------------------------------------------- 11
Table C- 5.-Employee annuitants on the retirement roll at end of certain
fiscal years----------------------------------------- 12
Table C- 6.-Survivor annuitants added to the retirement roll during the
fiscal years 1941 to 1958---.,-------------------------- 13
Table C- 7.-Survivor annuitants added to the retirement roll during the
fiscal year ended June 30, 1958, and on the retirement roll
asof June 30, 1958---------------------------------- 14
Table C- 8.-Number of employee annuitants and survivor annuitants on
the retirement roll as of June 30, 1958, by monthly rates
of annuity ----------------------------------------- 16
Table C- 9.-Panama Canal Construction Annuity Act. Annuity payments by fiscal years, and number of annuitants added to, dropped from, and on the roll for the fiscal years 1945
through 1958 -------------------------------------- 17
Table 0-10.-Geographic distribution of annuitants on the rolls as of
July 111958 ---------------------------------------- 18












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TABLE 0-1,-Operating receipts and disbursements and balance in the retirement fund for the fiscal years 1921-68
[Cents omitted, therefore details will not add to totals]

Receipts Disbursements
Transfers
Salary from (+) to
Flsml year deductions, Government (-) other Balance in
ended June 30 voluntary appropria- Interest on Payments to Payments to Payments of Total dis- retirement fund June 30
contribu- tions and/or investments Total receipts retired survivor refunds and Adjustments bursenients systems
tions and agency con- employees annuitants death claims
service credit tributions
payments

19q21 8... $142. 729, 5W --0----- $13, 211, 143 $155, 940,843 $51, 032,2156------------- $21, 968,957 -$43, 788 $72, 955,384 ------- 882,985,259
1993---208,291,396 $145, 450,000 57,360.736 411, 102, 133 185, 158,326 -------------- 35,799,76 -68, 198 220.889,883 -$1, 487, 800 271, 729, 708
19368--------- 32,405,114 40,150,000 11,712,786 84,287,899 60,243,146---------------86,465,676 --------------6,708,822-------------- 299,288,786
19-37- -------- 34,990,072 48,200,000 13, 012,960 94,203,033 51,900,514--------------- 7,228.159--------------659,128,674 -3, 162 334,369,981
1938________-37.322,049 73,234.760 18,636,825 127,192,636 64,1.53.266 -------- 8,322,354 -------------- 62,475,621 -------------- 399,078,906
1939---------- 39,189,390 75,088,760 19,220,490 133, 496,8"0 58,530,979--------------- 7,287,249 --------------8G3,818,228 -------------- 488,7655, 408
1940---------- 42,944,829 87.171,760 21,6564, 999 151, 681, 589 59,252,240--------------- 8,063,235 -------------- 67,315,476 -------------- 553,121, 521

1941---------- 55,402,455 91,569, 110 25, 163,8610 172, 125, 175 82,736,210--------------- 9, 633, 919 -------------- 72,370, 130 -67, 703 62, 818,8963
194.2---------- 88,927, 205 101,781,202 29,722,392 218, 410,800 65, 181,672 -------------- 11, 185,.722 -------------- 76, 367, 395 -1Q, 384 794,.851, 884
1943 --------- 2,28,149,125 108,137,575 37, 788, 863 370,075,563 69,463,337 -------------- 14,168,467 --------------893,6C31, 805------------ 1, 081, 296,8643
-- 269,408.079 175, 993,037 52,767,637 498, 168, 754 74,207, 149 -------------- 28,954,250------------- 103, 161,399 -4,379 1, 478, 298, 618
1945---------- 288, 114,029 196, 790,876 68,682, 148 652,487,052 80,257,778 -------------- 72,293,349------------- 152,651, 127 -6,891 1,876,227,6851
94----279,537, 889 246,220,000 84, 4W, 220 810,1w8,089 88, 9195, 694------------- 196, 195, 067-------285,190,762 ------------- 2, 201, 224, 979
197----256,896,491 221,293,000 94,394,089 571,582,680 101, 264,807------------- 192, 608,630 +1,100 293,874,636 -13,329 2,478, 910,6593
198----234,847,611 245,630,000 107, 112, 645 587,490, 16 114,517,734 ------------- 128,056,064 +849 240, 574,849 -15,021 2, 826, 820,080
1949---------325.149,018 226.032,000 122,798,553 873,979,570 148,704.613 $2,609,943 68,421.210 ------------- 217,745,767 +5, 499,236 3, 287,663, 119
190----355, 649, 806 304,508,880 143, 173,559 803,332,246 184,430,000 6,777,921 98,291,714------------- 266,499, 636 +17, 833, 623 3, 842, 229,352
191----374,872,9W0 307, 117,456 164, 581, 022 846, 551,467 185,421,904 10,897,8686 72,634,135-------268,853,707 ------------- 4,419,927, 112
1962---------- 414,782,4650 312,778,021 188.1,30, 280 915688,752 203,625,618 18,079,56 78,879,812------------- 298,684,727 ------------- 5, 037, 031 138
19$----420,034.454 325,304,154 214,609,442 969,948,051 246,711,418 23. 472, 4686 91,023,429------------- 361,207,314 -------------6,8 35,771, 876
1954---------- 425,000,030 36,30.3, 239 225, 654, 018 685,957,288 281,550,65 29,445,478 98,118,8629------------- 409,124,073 -------------65,912,604,490
1966 --------- 440,284,878 33,678,729 284,377,235 708,340,843 310,280,639 34,858,748 82,666,789------------- 427,795,128 -------------86,193,150,207
1936 ---------5s7o,81,475 237,252,793 211,829,113 1,019,898,383 388,320,273 44,034,630 94,0C82, 162------------- 504,437,066------------6, 708,8611,52
1957-------- W0,52,470 &30,632,662 220,793.978 1, 391, 949,112 4265,646,499 63,021,114 109,622,080-------------6588,188,8694 ----------~ 7,512.371 4
195 ------- 75,098,088 583,9MZ744 194,062,071 1, 463, 092, 902 507,006,149 62,491,630 126,611,408-------------898,609,189 --------'8,3288,65
Total_ 8,878,384, 780 4, 748,126,76). 2,572, 659,826 14,197,161, 387 4,003,201,857 282,689,197 1, 684,288, 983 -109,938 5,950,049,899 +21,754,187-----------This balance is not a suplus. On a "normal cost plus interest" basis, the total incurred liabilities of the fund are $28,718,000,000, leaving an unfunded liability of $20,449,000,000.







TABLEJ C-2.-Emloyee annuitants added to the retirement roll during the fiscal years 1921 to 1968, by provision& under which retired, and number on the roll June 30, 1958, by fiscal year retired~


Number added to roll, by provision under which retired

Number Mandatory, 15 Optional 5 er' Involiuntary-years' service Tqs
Fiscal year ended on roll years' service Meymarr TeranJune~ 30- June 30, -~- -.-_ ___ scrvicee__--- ,____ ebrfre
1958 Total DIs,%- volun- of fromn
bility 30 years' snrvice 15-29 20 years' tary Congresis other
Age 62 Age 70 .___ years' service, and 15 20 25 30 systems
to servi c, age 60 InvolAge 55 Age 60 age 82 untary

1921-30--------------- 329 27,758 --------- 20,897 6,862 --------------------------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------------- -----------1931------------------ 242 6,570----- 3,888 1,476 ----- 997-------- --------- --------- 209 --------- --------- --------- -----------1932------------------ 308 4,997 ---- 2,445 1,725----------- 666-------- --------- --------- 161 ------------------ --------- --------- ---1933 ---- ------------- 751 9,480---------- 6,295 2,066----------- 892-------- --------- --------- 227 --------- --------- --------- -----------1934 ----------------- 2,725 14,477---------- 2,770 2,505 -------- 1,652-------- --------- --------- 470-------- --------- 7,080 ------ -------
1935------- ---------- 1,296 6,864---------- 2,410 1,879----------- 515-------- --------- --------- 255 -------- --------- 1,8056 ------ --------1936-------------- 1,114 5,783---------- 2,442 2,012----------- 446-------- --------- --------- 164---------- --------- 719 ------ --------1937------ w----------- 1,082 5,481--------- 2,6171 2,254-----------6554-------- --------- --------- 154----------- --------- 2 ------- ------1938w ---------------- 1225 6,153---------- 2,.958 2,388----------- 648-------- --------- --------- 158 -------- --------- 3--------- --------1939 ----------------- 1,440 5,796---------- 2,806 2,144----------- 732------------ ------ 14------- --------- --------- --------- ------1940---------------- 1,720 7,267---------- 4,244 2,227----------- 707------------ ---- -- --------- 89 ------- -W------ ---------- w------- --------1941 ----------------- 2,422 8,107---------- 4,348 2,817 ------ 891 --------- ----- --- --------- 140 w------- ------ --- 1--------- --------1942----------- ------ 2.484 7,474---------- 3,049 2,632 41 1,359 292----------- 5 96-------- --------- -- ----- --------- --1943 ----------------- 3,752 9,643------- 1,216 2,961 307 2,966 1,746----------- 422 25 ----------- ---w------- --------- --------1044----- ------------ 4,313, 9,983 ---------956 3,348 287 2,797 1,810----------- 758 26 ------- --------- I--------- --------1945_ ------------ 5,934 12,313---------- 1,011 3,923 402 3,509 2,338---------- 1,122 8 --------- --------- --------------------1946----------------- 8,401 15,965---------- 1,659 5,012 387 3,425 2,590---------- 2,908 3 --------- --------- 1I--------- ---- _1947-ww--------- ----- 12,150 22,059 ----------1,776 6,721 362 2,552 2,138 ----------7,995 7------------480 1 27 ----1948 ------------ ---- 12,544 21,303---------- 1,742 6,08R3 480 2,919 2,065 1 7,623 5----------- 370----- 3 12
1949---------------- 14,097 22,576---------- 2,431 6,634 1,240 4,828 2,128 80 4,879 11----------- 292----- 23, 32
1950 ---------------- 15,649 24,917 50 2,168 6,709 1, 122 4. 390 2,322 143 5,918 4 ------- 76---------73 6 1,349
1951----------------- 14,761 20,947 38 2,151 5,853 1,306 4,865 2,283 216 3,838 3 ------ 371----- 18 5
1952__------------- 14,533 19,695 33 2,179 5,685 1,354 4,109 2,357 221 3,459 4-----------'270----- 5 10
1953---------------- 19.069 24,518 39 2,374 7,160 1,585 5,258 3,249 259 4,304 2----------- 258 ------- 29 1
1954---------------- 23,644 28,839 24 2,290 8,090 1,794 6,224 3,835 274 5,695 4----------- 596 ------- 10 3
1955 ---------------- 24,788 28,997 30 2, 4412 8,244 1,659 5,897 4,240 356 5,743 4 -------- 335----- 17 '10
1956- - ------------ 29,646 33.090 35 2,392 9.161 2,053 7,649 5,615 319 6,591 1--- 260----- 4 10
1957 ------ ---------- 41.318 44,296 31 3,236 11,653 4,275 11,116 6,910 258 6,455 1 i02 230..... 24 5
1958---------------- 50.249 51.840 38 4,146 16.302 4.154 8,4 1,490 212 8,288 -----1 454 506 --- 4 5
Tt-----3192 5729 318 95. 258 147, 026 22.788 91,302 54,408 2,339 75,003 2,343 556 473 9,613 170 1,42






TABLZ C-3.-Employee annuitants added to the retirement roll during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1968


Number added to the roll Total annuities Type of annuity
(monthly)'
Average
Life. plus survivor ;virvivor Average Average Avera9ge
Provision under which retired annuity annuity contri- age in service
(mnontb- butionS 19.58 yearr)
Total Men Women Amount Average Life only Wiosly) I
or Other
widowers


RETIRED UNDER PROVISIONS IN EFFECT PRIOR TO AMENDMENTS BY PUBLIC LAW 854

Mandatory, 15 yeas' service, age 62 .-------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------........
Mandatory, 15 years' service, age 70------- 3 2 1 $257 $86 2 1 ------ $28 $1,139 75.0 22.0
Dsblt-----------------86 59 27 5,994 70 66 20 ------50 1,643 54.2 12.7
Optional, 30 years' service, age 55 --------------- 10 7 3 1,973 197 8 2------------ 146 2,172 61.8 32.7
Optional, 30years'service, age o--------7 7------------ 1,618 231 4 3------------ 127 2,853 68.0 35.0
Optional, 15-29 years' service, age 62------------- 25 17 8 3,291 132 19 6 ----- 99 3,015 68.8 18.2
Optional, 20 years' service, age 50 ------------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----- ---------5 years service, voluntary and involuntary--- 3,893 2,830 1,083 188,565 48 3,893-------- ---------- ---------- 1,157 63.3 11.5
Invlutay,15years' service ----------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----- ---------Involuxntary, 25years' service ------------------- 19 18 1 2,062 109 15 4 ----- 45 1,775 59.4 27.2
Members of Congress--------------------------- 3 3 ----- 693 231 2 1------------ 217 5,391 64.3 9.0
Transferred from other systemns------------------ 5 41 184 37 5-------- ---------- ---------- 1,461 61.4 9.2
Total--------------------------------- 4,051 2,947 1,0 204,837 51 4,014 37 -73--1,1-91 63.2 11.8

RETIRED UNDER PROVISIONS AS AMENDED BY PUBLIC LAW 854

Mandatory,15 years' service, age 62-------------- 38 31 7 $10.007 $263 13 25----------- $150 $5,358 63.1 25.5
Mandatory, 15 years' service, age 70------------- 4, 143 3,319 824 662,830 160 1,819 2,303 21 92 3,435 71.7 22. 5
Disability_----------------16,716 13,926 2,790 2,052,753 123 7,107 9,609 ------57 2,354 56.6 15.6
Optional, 30years' service, age 5--------------- 4,144 3,593 551 1,109,391 268 1,185 2,952--------130 4,814 57.9 3.
Optional, 30 years' service, age 6O--------------- 8,734 7,897 837 2,538,420 290 2,068 6,630 36 144 4,809 64.3 38.9
Optional, 15-2 years' service, age62---------8,485 6,749 1,716 1,240,836 147 3,625 4,819 21 80 3,318 65.7 20.5
Optional, 20years' ervice, age 50---------------- 212 209 3 60,345 285 31 180 1 142 5,189 58.9 27.8
5ys vice, voluntary and involuntary ----- 4,395 3,304 1,091 249,710 57 2,742 1,637 16 31 1,582 6 10.2
Invlnay 20 yar' service, age 50------------ 454 334 120 76,045 168 201 252 1 92 3,632 56.8 2
Inoutr,2 er'sie------------------- 487 378 109 102,160 210 204 281 2 109 3,976 54.4 28.6
Members ofCongress--------------------------- 1 1------------ 566 566 1-------I---------- 120 8,020 52.0 7.0
Total ------------------- 47,789 39,741 8,048 81,101,063 170 18,995 28,689 105 91 3,238 112,0 22.4
Grand total --------------------------- 51,840 42,688 9,152 8,305,700 160 23,009 28,726 105 91 3,076 62.1 21.6

I Does riot include icessunder Public Law 8M-465, effective Aug. 1, 1958.






TABLEC-4.-Employee annuitants on the retirement roll as of June 30, 1958

Number on the roll Total annuities Type of annuity
(monthly)
Average
Life, plus survivor survivor Average Average Average
Provision under which retired annuity annuity contri- age in service
(month- butions 1958 (years)
Total Men Women Amount Average Life only Widows ly)
or Other
widowers

RETIRED UNDER PROVISIONS IN EFFECT PRIOR TO AMENDMENTS BY PUBLIC LAW 854

Mandatory, 15 years' service, age 62 ------------- 227 198 29 $51,210 $226 115 ill 1 $120 $4,330 68.0 27.1
Mandatory, 15 years' service, age 70 ------------- 23,452 19,696 3,756 4,189,600 179 10,832 12,449 171 79 2.350 79.4 29.0
Disability --------------------------------------- 60.429 46,195 14,234 6,896,438 114 35,413. 251016 ---------- 49 1,692 62.7 18.4
Optional, 30 years' service, age 55 --------------- 12,895 10,007 2,888 2,670,923 207 8,138 4,721 36 96 3,263 63.6 33.7
Optional, 30 years' service, age 60 --------------- 48,728 42,022 6,706 11,274,714 231 20,161 28,331 236 105 3,249 71.2 36.3
Optional, 15-29 years' service, age 62 ------------ 28,775 22,331 6,444 4,160,534 145 16,074 12,559 142 64 %307 71.5 22.1
Optional, 20 years' service, age 50 --------------- 1,695 1,668 27 429,519 253 792 1000 3 130 3,719 63.0 .27.1
5 years' service, voluntary and involuntary--_ 51,232 39,276 11,956 2,908,856 57 43,567 7,665 ---------- 16 1,006 69.6 10.7
Involuntary, 15 years' service ------------------- 551 361 190 43,466 79 276 275 ---------- 23 775 79.5 21.4
Involuntary, 25 years' service ------------------- 3,286 2,448 838 505,541 154 2,136 1,131 19 63 2,486 62.1 28.2
Involuntary, 30 years' service ------------------- 2,702 2,487 215 506,550 187 889 1,813 ---------- 55 1,018 80.4 31.7
Members of Congress --------------------------- 98 97 1 35,488 362 56 39 3 191 51815 72.5 15.4
Transferred from other systems ----------------- 843 738 105 162,758 .193 374 468 1 1 1 11 1,334 73* 1 21*8
Total ------------------------------------- V4,913 187,524 47,389 33,835,597 144 138,823 95,478 612 72 2,119 69.0 23.2

RETIRED UNDER PROVISIONS AS AMENDED BY PUBLIC LAW 854

Mandatory, 15 years' service, age 62 ------------- 62 52 10 $16,026 $258 18 42 2 $145 $5,290 63.4 25.2
Mandatory, 15 years' service, age 70 ------------- 6,735 5,532 1,203 1,160,359 172 2,854 3.840 41 98 3,526 71.9 23.8
Disability --------------------------------------- 24,064 19,846 4,218 2,978,935 124 10,486 13,578 ---------- 58 2,358 66.9 16.0
Optional, 30 years' service, age 55 ---------------- 7,818 6,742 1,076 2,100,632 269 2,247 5,555 16 131 4,563 58.3 35.1
Optional, 30 years' service, age 60 ---------------- 17,616 16,024 1,592 5,139,597 292 3,994 13,542 80 145 4,744 64.8 37.2
Optional, 15-29 years' service, age 62 ------------- 13,276 10,700 2,576 1,964,457 148 5,676 7,572 28 81 3,289 65.9 20.7
Optional, 20 years' service, age 50 ---------------- 392 384 8 109,220 279 59 332 1 139 5,004 59.6 27.8
5 years' service, voluntary and involuntary-_ 5,932 4,322 1,610 339,326 57 3,824 2,091 17 32 1,592 66.9 10.2
Involuntary, 20 years' service, age 50 ------------ 535 385 150 91,042 170 243 291 1 92 3,639 57.1 22.3
Involuntary, 25 years' service ------------------- 633 486 147 132,937 210 268 363 2 109 3,935 54.8 28A
Members of Congress --------------------------- 16 15 1 8,896 556 6 10 ---------- 328 91688 68.0 17.3
Total ------------------------------------- 77,079 64,488 12,591 14,041,427 182 29,675 47,216 188 99 3,370 62.5 24.1
=====C_ow Grand total ------------------------------- 311,992 252,012 59,980 47,877,024 153 168,498 142,694 800 81 %428 67.4 23.4
low I
I Includes Increases under Public Law 85-465, effective Aug. 1, 1958.








TABLE C-5.-Employee annuitants on the retirement roll at end of certain ,fiscal years


Provision under which retired

Optiona. Involuntary-years' service
Fiscal year Total Mandatory, 15 _____.____5 years' ___--____Transended June 30- years' service Disa. service, Member ferred
bility 30 years' service 15-29 20 years' voluntary of from
____________years' service, and in- 15 20 25 30 Congress other
service, age 60 voluntary systems
Age 62 Age 70 Age 55 Age 60 age 62

1925 ------- 11,689 ----- 9,741 1,948 ------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------------------NW ---------- 17,768 ----- 12.,504 3,994 ---------------- ---------- ---------- ----------1i,270 --------- ------ ---------1 ------- 48,68-5 23,863 9,886------------ 4,310-------- ---------- ---------- 1,997 .......... ,0 --------- ----------8,0........
194-------------862.027----------- 30,216 15,294 ..... 639------------631-------- ---------- 209---------2,019 -- 818 --------- ----------8,8
1941------------- 66,092----------- 32,508 16,768 ----------- 6,870 ------- ---------- ---------- 2,034 ..o--------------- 7,912 ------- ---------1942-------------869,123----------- 33,279 18.032 41 7,838 292------------ 5 1,991-------- -- ---------- 7,645................--1943.------------ 73.880-----------831.903 19,602 341 10.346 1,973------------ 415 1,881----- o----- ---------- 7,419................--1q44------------- 78,206----------- 30,262 21,158 607 12,567 3,635------------ 1,104 1,780 ... --_ ,9 --------- ----------7,9........
1945-------------8.5.011----------- 28,904 23,389 980 15.408 5,766------------ 2,104 1,667--------- ---------- 6,793----------1W46------------ 95,868----------- 28,524 26,8271 1,319 18,176 8,099-------4,824 1,557----------6,542 ------- ---------1947 ------------ 111,045------27,929 31,502 1,616 19,850 9,794----------12.192 1,458-------------468 6,211 25........-1948----------- 124,962----------- 27,458 35,353 2,043 21,810 11,401 1 18,806 1,352------------ 813 5,887 27 11
1949 ----------- 138,907------27, 512 39.076 3,218 25,467 12,989 81 22,619 1,247------------1,080 5,540 46 42
1950 ------------ 155,135 49 27,454 42,869 4,249 28,578 14,711 219 27,446 1,158 ------------ 1,818 5,201 52 1,331
1951 ------------ 166,680 87 27,286 45,601 5,447 32,042 16,310 427 30,110 1,080------------2,057 4,888 66 1,279
1952 ------------ 176,330 118 27,136 47,964 6,670 34,648 17,856 632 32,182 g99------------2.254 4,582 85 1,224
1953----------- 190,431 154 27,117 51,775 8,10.3 38.240 20,183 874 35,059 912------------2,473 4,297 88 1,156
1954 ------------ 208.705 177 27,203 56,468 9,738 42,705 22.975 1,119 39,319 8.35------3,004 3,980 94 1,088
1955 ------------ 226,180 206 27,513 61,043 11,188 46,528 26,081 1,435 43.339 769------------ 3,265 3,681 107 1,026
196------------ 246,362 233 27,602 66,093 13,005 51,771 30,318 1,714 47,069 697------------ 3,437 3,350 103 972

1967 ------------276, 408 255 28,511 73,074 16,961 60,393 35,546 1,922 51,420 36 100 8,534 3.029 122 905
1966 ------------ 311,992 289 30,187 84,493 20,713 66,344 42,051 2,087 57,104 551 535 3,919 2,702 114 843









TABE C-6.-Survivor annuitants added to the retirement roll during the fiscal years 1941 to 1958

Survivors of deceased annuitants Survivors of deceased employees

Survivor designated by retiring em- Benefits granted by law Benefits granted by law
pioyees
Fiscal year ended___--__Jue3-TtlChildren Widows Children
_______________ Widow- _______Widows Widow- Children Other Widows Widow- ers (deers ers Spouse No 'spouse With Without pendent) Spouse Nospouse
survlv- surviv- children children surviv- survivIng ing ing ing

1941---............ 2 4---------- 2----------2 2- ------------2--------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------1942------------------------ 30 26 ---------22--------- ---- ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------- ---------1943-_--------------------- -36 31 -------------4 1.......................................................................----- -------1944 ----------------------- 58 53 --------1---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- _----------- --- -----1945------------------------ 67 59 ----- 7 1 ----- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------19468--------------- ------- 6-669-66 -- ----1-2--- ----1-2..--------.- --.-----.- ----.---.-------.-.---------.------------. -----------. --1947------------------------ 99 85 3 10 1 --------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---1948--------------------- 576 93 ----- 5 3 116 2------------ ---------- 65 143------------ 148 1
1949 ---------_------------ 8,795 320-- 3 3 2,528 23 113 1 1,054 2,273------------ 2,335 142
1950 --------------------- 8,386 599 i 7 1 1,760 5 343 20 977 2,209------------ 2,337 135
1961 --------------------- 14,707 852 8 5 7 7,190 239 364 34 1,011 2,471------------ 2,378 148
1952 ---------------------.11,296 1,024 14 9 4 3,479 89 423 23 1,064 2,679------------ 2,415 '172
1963 --------------------- 13,420 1,497 13 9 14 3, 634 95 512 55 1, 262 3, 127------------ 2,996 207
1954 --------------------- 12,'639 1,644 19 2 15 3,105 77 494 50 1,119 3,043------------ 2.836 235
1955 --------------------- 13,367 1,999 17 5 9 3,201 85 647 55 1,197 3,093------------ 2,859 200
1956--------------------- 13,777 2,469 23 5 4 3,035 85 629 46 1,216 3, 115------------ 2.945 205
-,1957 --------------------- 16,552 2,929 29 4 18 2,906 85 788 83 1,723 3,905 3 3,843 236
1958---------------------- -18, 507 4, 268 66 6 18 2, 948 62 1, 112 97 1 2 4,035 15 8 274
Total-------------- 132,406 18,038 195 90 104 33,892 847 5,425 464 12, 511 29,993 18 28,874 1,955






TABLE C-7.-Suirivor annuitants added to the retirement roll during the fiscal year ended June 80, 1968, and on the retirement roll as of June 30, 1958

Added to the retirement roll during the fiscal year 1958 On the retirement roll as of June 30, 1958



Number added Total annuities Aver- Number on the roll Total annuities Aver.
Class of survivor annuitant to the roll (monthly) Aver- age (monthly) Aver- age
age service age service
age in of de- age in of deo1958 ceased 1958 ceased
(years) (year)
Total Male Female Amount Aver- years) Total Male Female Amount Average age

PRIOR TO PUBLIC LAW 8541

SURVIVORS OF DECEASED ANNUITANTS
Designated by retiring employees:
Widows .................................. 2,632 ...... 2,632 $213,660 $81 64. 6 27.7 14,987 ..... 14,987 $1,395,786 $93 65.4 27, 5
Widowers- .................................... 20 20 ..... 967 48 68. 1 19.0 92 92 .. -.. 4.875 53 67.8 18.9
Children ................................... 5 2 3 162 32 49.0 25.0 85 25 60 3,481 41 52.8 28.5
Other..................................... 17 ........ 17 1,543 91 67.6 33.6 88 12 76 7,349 84 67.3 31.8
Benefits rar ted by law:
Widows .................................... 2,948 ........ 2,948 107,543 36 69.2 23.7 27,764 ..... 27,704 1,323,942 48 70.0 24.2
Widowers .................................... 62 62 ...... 1, 766 28 72. 2 20.5 604 604 ....... 21,940 36 71.3 19.8
Children:
pousesurviving ........................ 518 266 252 9,857 19 14.3 19.3 2,841 1,471 1,370 64,349 23 14.5 17.9
Nospouse surviving .................... ------------------- 65 36 29 1. 847 28 16.8 18.6 290 154 136 10,403 36 17.8 18.3
SURVIVORS OF DECEASED EMPLOYEES
Benefits granted by law:
Widows:
With children- .......... ....----------.. -----------.. 20 ...... 20 607 30 41.6 12. 3 4,948 ....... 4. 948 243,935 49 48. 8 18.8
Without fldren......... .......... 367 ...... 367 18,558 51 51.6 16.9 23,585 ........ 23,585 1, 63, 387 71 61.3 19. 5
Children:
ouse surviving....................... ---------------------- 6 18 28 742 16 15.1 12. 6 18,126 6,714 6,411 271,166 21 12.8 13.2
Nosposesurviving.................... ------------------ 2 14 11 497 20 14.6 9.8 1,007 483 524 81.451 31 14.9 12.8

Summary by relationship:
Widows.------------ --5,967 ------.. 5,967 340,368 57 66.0 25.0 71,284 .. .71,284 4,627,050 5 64.3 22.6
Widowers......... -------------- ................... 82 82 ... 2,733 33 71.2 20.1 96 .9 .... 2,815 39 70.9 1.9.7
Children-------------------..................... ----....... --.... 659 3386 323 13, 105 20 14.9 18.5 17,848 8,847 8,501 380.850 22 13.5 14.1
Other.....-------------------............... ..- --- 17 ...... 17 1,543 91 67.6 33.6 88 12 76 7,349 84 67.3 83L8

Total... ...... ----------------------------- 86,725 418 6,307 357,749 53 61.1 24.3 89,416 0,555 79, 861 5, 042,064 56 54. 5 20.9







PUBJLIC LAW 854

SURVIVORS OF DECEASED ANNUITANTS
Designated by retiring employees:
Widows ------------------- ------------- 1,636 ---- 1,636 $131,763 $81 56.8 21.8 1,967 ----- 1,967 $159,577 $81 56. 9 22.0
WidowerS--------------- 7----------------- 46 46 ---- 2,112 46 58.8 16.3 49 49 ---- 2,219 45 69.7 16.2
Children------------------------------- I-------- 1 23 23 50.0 15.0 1 ---- 1 23 23 50.0 15.0
Other ----------------------------------I ----- 1 41 41 78.0 16.0 2------ 2 96 48 74.0 18.5
Benefits granted by law:
Children:
Spouse surviving---------------------- 594 293 301 25,934 44 12.2 15.4 689 345 344 29,739 43 11. 7 15.6
No spouse su r ving --------------------- 32 17 15 1,619 51 11.7 17.2 32 18 14 1,643 51 11.6 17.2
SURVIVORS OF DECEASED EMPLOYEES
B~enefi is granited1 by law:
Widows:
With children ----------------------- 1,803---- 1,803 106,870 59 43.4 15.6 2,727--------- 2,727 161,221 59 43.9 15.7
Without children-------------------- 3,668 ----- 3,668 202, 439 72 56.0 18.5 5,661--------- 5,661 402,592 71 56.4 18.5
Widowers (dependent)------------------ 15 15 ----- 597 40 64. 7 14. 1 14 14 ---- 605 43 65. 6 15.0
Children:
Spouse surviving. ---------------- 3,737 1,917 1,820 159, 701 43 11.0 14.7 5,365 2,741 2,624 230,589 43 10.9 14.6
No spouse surviving ------------------- 249 129 120 13,032 52 12.1 11.8 318 167 151 16,815 53 11.9 11.8

Summary by relationship:
Widows -------------------------------- 7,107 ---- 7,107 501,072 71 53.0 18.5 10,355 -------- 10,355 723,390 70 53.2 18.4
Widowers-------------------------------- 61 61---- 2,709 44 60.3 15.7 63 63 ---- 2,824 45 61.0 15.9
Children ------------------------------- 4,613 2,356 2,257 200,309 48 11.2 14.6 6,406 3,271 3,134 278,809 44 11.0 14.6
Other ------------------------------------ 1 --- 1 41 41 78.0 16.0 2 ---- 2 96 48 74.0 16.5

Total---------------------------------- 11, 782 2,417 9,365 704, 131 60 36.7 17.0 16,825 3,334 13,491 1,005,119 60 37 .2 17.0

GRAND TOTAL

Summary by relationship:
Widows -------------------------------- 13,074 -------- 13,074 $841, 440 $64 58. 9 21.5 81,639 -------- 81,639 $5, 350, 440 $66 62.9 22. 1
Widowers-------------------------------- 143 143 ----- 5,442 38 66.5 18.2 759 759 ---- 29, 639 39 70. 1 19.4
Children -------------------------------- 5,272 2,692 2,5810 213,414 40 11.7 15.1 23,753 12,118 11,636 659,659 2$ 12.8 14.2
Other------------------------------------ 18 --- 18 1,584 88 68.2 32.7 90 12 78 7,445 83 67.4 81.4

Grand total --------------------------- 18, 507 2, 835 15,.672 1,061, 880 57 45.5 19. 7 106, 241 12, 889 93, 352 6,047, 183 57 51.7 20. 3

lo 'Increasei under Public Law 85-465, effective Aug. 1, 1958, are not included In the amount of and average annuities of survivor annuitants added to the roll, but are Included
CA In these items for survivor annuitants on the roll.







TABLE C-8.-Number of employee annuitants and survivor annuitanton t retirement roll as of June 30, 1958, by monthly rates of annuit


Employee annuitants Survivor annuitants
Monthly rae of annuity t
Prior to Under Prior to Under
Total Public Public Total Public Public
Law 854 Law 854 Law 854 Law 854

Under $10 --------------------- 169 148 21 3. 3.336,192
$I0 t $19 --------------------- 3.083 2,812 271 13,336 11, 1.473
$20 to $29 --------------------- 10.561 8.641 1,920 12.128 1'. 1,605
$30 to$39 --------------------- 14,144 12.416 1. 728 13.083 11.177 1.W
$40 to $49 --------------------- 13,159 11,478 1,681 10,976 9.246 1.730
Subtotal--under $50---- 41,116 35,495 5, 621 53,051 46,145 690
$5 to $599 --------------------- 13,971 12,113 1,858 13.992 9.195 4,797
$60to $69 -------------------- 12, 560 10.398 2,162 10.305 9.28 1,037
$70 to $79 --------------------- 12.471 9,400 3,071 7,152 6,443 &59
$8to $89 --------------------- 12.681 8, 864 3,817 3.260 2. 760 I0
VOto $99 --------------------- 12,557 8,979 3, 578 3,355 2,950 405

Subtotal-under $100.- 105,356 85,249 20,107 91,115 78,811 14,304
$100 to $109 ------------------- 11,660 8.225 3,435 3.28-3 2. 73 520
$110 to $119 ------------------- 11.239 7,711 3,528 2.869 2 476 393
$I2 to $129 ------------------- 11.063 7,721 3,342 2.245 1.932 313
$130 to $139 ------------------- 9. 764 7,008 2,756 1.665 1.373 2912
$140 to $149 ------------------- 9, 504 6,811 2,693 1,305 1, 48 257
Subtotal-under $150 - 158,586 122,725 35,861 102,482 86 403 16,079
$150 to $159 ------------------- 10.124 7,772 2, 352 1,000 823 177
$160 to $169 ------------------- 10,855 8.913 1,942 690 568 122
$170 to $179 -------------------- 10588 8.907 1.681 431 326 105
$10 to $189 -------------------- 23 370 21.794 1,576 318 260 58
$190 to $199 ------------------- 10.661 8.984 1,677 266 214 52

Subtotal-under $200. 224.184 179.095 45.089 105,187 88,594 16,693
$200 to $249 ------------------- 45,922 33.822 12,100 705 565 140
$250 to $299 ------------------- 22. 999 12,174 10,825 246 192 54
$300 to $349 ------------------- 9.214 4.851 4,363 67 43 24
$3 to $39 ------------------- 4. 963 3,105 1,858 26 16 10
$400 to 449 ------------------- 1,852 856 996 6 4 2
$450 to $499 ------------------- 1,163 523 840 1 1
Subtotal--under $500. 310,297 234,426 75,871 106,238 89,415 16,823
S5W to $599 ......----------------- 1,153 389 764 1 ------------ 1
$600 and over ----------------- 542 98 444 2 1 1
Grand total -------------3 11,992 234,913 77,079 106,241 89,416 16,825

I Includes Increases under Public Law 85-485, effective Aug. 1, 1958



























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TABLE C-9.-Panama Canal Construction Annuity Act. Annuity payments by
fiscal years, and number of annuitants added to, -dropped from, and on tu rolls
for the fiscal years 1945 through 1,958

Number of annuitants
Annuity payFiscal year ended June W- ments Total Former employees Widows

Men Women

1946 ------------------------------------------- $1,775,385.92 ---------- ---------- ---------- --------Added --------------- I ---------------------- ---------------- 1,910 1,428 91 391
Dropped ----------------------------------- -- -------------- 56 48 ---------- 8
On roll --------- _: ----------------------- ------------- __ 1, &4 1,380 91 383
1946 ------------------- ----------------------- 1,960,290.79 ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------Added ------------------------------------- ---------------- 171 114 53
Dropped ---------------------------------- ---------------- 104 94 1 9
On roll --- -------------------------------- --- ------------ 1,921 1,400 94 427
1947 ------------------------------------------- i, 255,297.74 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------A dded ------------------------------------------------------ 158 103 7 48
Dropped- 110 89 4 17
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 1,969 1,414 97 458
1948 ------------------------------------------- 1,908,440.25 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------Added ------------------------------------- ---------------- 103 71 2 30
Dropped -------------------------- ---------------- 94 75 2 17
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 1,978 1,410 97 471
1949 ------------------------------------------- 2,243,130.17 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------A dded ------------------------------------- ---------------- 1,083 979 27 77
Dropped ---------------------------------- ---------------- 120 91 3 26
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 2,941 2,298 121 522
1960 ------------------------------------------- 5,255,791.19 ---------- ---------- ---------- --Added ------------------------------------- ---------------- 231 173 4 54
Dropped-, ------------------------------ ---------------- 128 113 ---------- 15
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 3,044 2,358 125 561
1951 ------------------------------------------- 2,348,906.57 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------Addrd ------------------------------------- ---------------- 135 88 7 40
Dropped ---------------------------------- ---------------- 143 113 3 27
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 3,036 2,333 129 574
1952 ------------------------------------------- 2,471,185.50 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------.A dded ------------------------------------- -------- I -------- 82 41 ---------- 41
Dropped ------------------------------ ---- ---------------- 141 ill 7 23
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 2,977 2,263 122 592
1953 ------------------------------------------- 2,328,693.34 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------A dded ------------------------------------- ---------------- 51 20 1 30
Dropped ----------------------------------- ---------------- 149 117 6 26
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 2,879 2,166 11 7 596
1954 -------------------------------------------- 2,199,755.63 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------A dded ------------------------------------------------------ 53 16 ---------- 37
Dropped ----------------------- --------- ---------------- 160 123 10 27
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 2,772 2,059 107 606
1955 ------------------------------------------- 2,111,689.13 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------A dded ------------------------------------- ---------------- 37 13 ---------- 24
Dropped ---------------------------------- ---------------- 151 119 5 27
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 2,658 1,953 102 603
1956 ------------------------------------------- 1,977,139.48 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------A dded ------------------------------------- ---------------- 38 8 ---------- 30
Dropped ---------------------------------- ---------------- 153 123 7 23
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 2,543 1,838 95 610
1957 ------------------------------------------- 2,148,227.96 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------A dded ------------------------------------- ---------------- 32 8 ---------- 24
Dropped ---------------------------------- ---------------- 163 124 2 37
On roll ------------------------------------ ---------------- 2,412 1,722 93 597
1958 ------------------------------------------- 2,182,801.08 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------A dded ------------------------------------- ---------------- 40 5 ---------- 35
Dropped ---------------------------------- ---------------- 174 135 5 34
On roll -------------------------------- ---- ---------------- 2,278 1,592 88 598
Total ------------------------------------ 33,166,734.75
Average monthly annuity June 80, 1958 1 ------ ----------------------1 Includes increases under the ad of July 24,1956 (Public Law 761, 84th Cong.).











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TABLE C-1O.-Geographic distribution of annuitants on the roll as of .July 1, 1958 1
WWI
coCivil Service Retirement Act Panamna Canal ConTotal ____________ __ struetion Annuity
Act
Residence Employee annuitants Survivor annuitants I

Rank Number Monthly Number Monthly Number Monthly Number Monthly
annuities annuities'8 annuities annuities

STATES
Alabama --------------------------------------------------------- 23 5,286 $620,799 3, 976 $537,086 1,287 $81,627 23 $2,086
Arizona ---------------------------------------------------------- 33 3.047 392, 713 2,514 356,7181 514 34, 238 19 1,8694
Arkansas -------------------------------------------------------- 31 3,628 431,895 2,906 384,923 712 46, 059 10 913
California --------------------------------------------------------- 1 39,022 4,955,705 30,867 4,422,041 7,857 506,280 298 27,384
Colorado --------------------------------------------------------- 27 4,524 607,244 3,579 541,126 935 65,280 10 88
Connecticut------------------------------------------------------- 36 2, 740 405,746 2,051 352,061 668 51,7073 21 1,912
Delaware--------------------------------------------------------- 48 717 95,639 535 83,303 173 11,672 9 664
District of Columbia ----------------------------------------------- 3 25,647 4,305,913 21,371 3,957,714 4,233 343,900 43 4, 299
Florida ----------------------------------------------------------- 5 19,301 2,908,707 16,250 2,69,363 2,814 188,437 237 20,907
Georgia ---------------------------------------------------------- 17 6,959 868,293 5,249 752,986 1,693 113,754 17 1, 558
Idaho ------------------------------------------------------------ 44 1,302 158,805 1,050 1412,971 249 15, 513 8 321
Illinois------------------------------------------------------------- 7 16,245 2,313,457 12, 532 2,034,224 3,669 275, 291 44 3,942
Indiana ---------------------------------------------------------- 15 7,382 992,082 5,764 876,948 1,593 112,597 25 2, N37
Iowa------------------------------------------------------------- 24 5, 190 713, 596 4,000 627,005 1,1892 85,9g91 8 600
Kansas ----------------------------------------------------------- 26 4,579 612,492 3,511 536,996 1,064 75,215 4 281
Kentucky--------------------------------------------------------- 19 5,558 036,728 4,347 560, 822 1, 193 74,427 18 1, 479
Louisiana--------------------------------------------------------- 29 4,332 .538,841 3,308 467,S42 986 67, 898 88 3,101
Maine ----------------------------------------------------------- 35 2,861 399,278. 2,240 355,200 613 43,342 8 786
M aryland--------------------------------------------------------- 8 15,286 2,369,444 11,831 2,090,698 3,400 274,115 55 4,631
Massachusetts --------------------------------------------------- 10 14, 048 1,847,766 10, 551 1,597,216 3,447 247,847 50 2,703
Michigan--------------------------------------------------------- 16 7,341 1,050, 516 5,577 918,881 1,714 127,754 50 8,881
Minanesota-------------------------------------------------------- 18 5,736 871,552 4,386 760,449 1,337 109,982 13 1, 121
M I,is I sP Pi------------------------------------------------------- 32 3,397 434,065 2,610 378,961 775 54,007 12 1,097
'.I ss o urI --------------------------------------------------------- 14 9,062 1,276,841 6,985 1,125,217 2,051 149,310 26 2,314
Mota&-------------------------------42 1,651 209,394 1,830 186,226 817 22,866 4 802
Nebraska--------------------------------------------------------- 34 3,030 398,410 2,829 346,165 698 51,935 3 310
Nevada -------------------------------------------------------- 49 064 72,841 528 64,758 135 7,958 1 125
NewHmsie--------------------------------------------------- 40 2,376 321,984 1,848 287,168 525 34,805 321
Now Jesy--------------------------------------------------------- 13 10,575 1,431,873 7,987 1,243,825 2,538 182,911 70 4,3
New---io--------------------------------------------------- 41 1,782 226,561 1,408 199,618 370 26,452443
NewYork -----------------------------------------------------. 2 34,328 4,736.130 25,729 4,124,535 8,035 591,449 0,4
North Caroflina------------------------------------------------ 21 5,613 68M,681 4,225 005,179 1,261 81,208 72,4
North Dakota-------------------------------------------------- 46 952 129,912 788 113, 169 214 16,7438-----------------Obto------------------------------------------------------------- 11 13,931 1,918,276 10,561 1,676,446 3,293 284,848 77 98
Oklahoma -------------------------------------------------------- 25 4,899 570,788 3,764 502,548 1,126 67,348 984








Oregon ---------- I -------------------------------------------------------- 28 4,524 581,126 3,660 522.033 849 57,770 15 1,323
Pennsylvania ----------------------------------------------------------- 4 22,864 2,974,031 17,413 2,596,482 5,341 368,278 110 9,271
Rhode Island ----------------------------------------------------------- 38 2,560 322,141 1,976 281,811 580 39,870 4 460
South Carolina ---------------------------------------------------------- 30 3,821 459,796 2,808 392,949 1,000 65,753 13 1,094
South Dakota ----------------------------------------------------------- 43 1,499 181,590 1,171 160,035 328 21A, 555 ---------- -----------Tennessee --------------------------------------------------------------- 20 5,530 720,686 4,240 630,996 1,268 87,637 22 2,053
Texas ------------------------------------------------------------------- 9 14,599 1,813,762 11,287 1.598,195 3,254 210,179 58 5,388
Utah -------------------------------------------------------------------- 37 2,659 286,853 2,064 250,147 594 36,679 1 27
Vermont ---------------------------------------------------------------- 45 981 148,452 749 129,761 225 18,130 7 561
Virginia ----------------------------------------------------------------- 6 18,228 2,498,439 13,906 2,193,565 4,268 300,008 54 4,866
Washington ------------------------------------------------------------- 12 11,533 1,424,140 9,382 1,288,760 2,131 132,147 20 3,233
West Virginia ---------------------------------------------------- ; ------- 39 2P 521 306,641 2,003 273,172 512 32.991 6 478
Wisconsin ---------------------------------------------------- 22 5,389 809,835 4,275 723,585 1,109 85,805 5 445
Wyoming ----------------------------------------------------- 47 733 89,065 579 79,065 154 10"000 ---------- -----------Total -------------------------------------- --------------------- ---------- 390#332 53,129,424 303,930 47,030,804 84,284 5,941,424 2,118 157,196
TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
Alaska ------------------------------------------------------------------ ---------- 477 56,826 388 50,964 88 5,744 1 118
American Samoa -------------------------------------------------------- ------- I --- 22 1,543 22 1,543
CanalZone -------------------------------------------------------- ---- ---------- 530 72,970 352 57,745 91 7,440 87 7,785
Hawaii -------------------------------------------- w ----- W --------------- ---------- 1,563 194,088 1,194 168,032 367 26,760 2 196
Mariana Islands -------------------------------------------------------- ---------- 153 11,910 124 9 599 29 2,311
Puerto Rico ------------------------------------------------------------- --- i -------- 764 77,074 619 68:582 142 8,141 4
Virgin Islands ----------------------------------------------------------- ---------- 53 8,072 44 7,061 8 894 1 .117
Total -------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- 3,562 423,393 2,742 363,526 725 51,290 95 8,567
FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Total ------------------------------------------------------------- 5,486 317,571 4,179 345,534 111 31,112 56 3,901
Grand total ------------------------------------------------------- ---------- 399,380 53,940,384 311,251 47,739,864 85,860 6,030,856 2,269 169,664

1 Based on tabulation of Treasury checks Issued from regular established rolls. 25 percent greater. For example, when a widow is paid annuity for herself and also
Totals differ from those In preceding tables, which are based on another source. annuities for her children one check is issued rather than individual checks.
2 Number of payees rather than number of Individual annuitants, which Is about 3 Includes increases unaer Public Law 85465, effective Aug. 1, 1958.








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