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Title: Trinidad and Tobago revised ordinances, 1950
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076995/00002
 Material Information
Title: Trinidad and Tobago revised ordinances, 1950
Physical Description: 10 v. : ; 26 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Trinidad
Maingot, Elliot Francis, 1891-
Publisher: Printed by C.F. Roworth, Govt. printers,
Printed by C.F. Roworth, Govt. printers
Place of Publication: London
Publication Date: 1950
 Subjects
Subject: Trinidad   ( lcsh )
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Trinidad and Tobago
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: Prepared under the authority of the Law revision ordinance, ch. 1, no. 1, by Elliot Francis Maingot.
General Note: Cover title: Laws of Trinidad and Tobago, 1950.
General Note: "Contains the ordinances of the colony in force on the 31st day of December, 1950, exclusive of those reserved by ordinance no. 23 of 1949 and by subsequent proclamations."
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076995
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ABC5972
oclc - 02958982
alephbibnum - 000255255
lccn - 54017719

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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


REVISED ORDINANCES, 1950

PREPARED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF
THE LAW REVISION ORDINANCE
Ch. 1. No. 1.

BY
ELLIOT FRANCIS MAINGOT
CROWN SOLICITOR OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO



THIS EDITION CONTAINS THE ORDINANCES OF THE COLONY
IN FORCE ON THE 31ST DAY OF DECEMBER, 1950,
EXCLUSIVE OF THOSE RESERVED BY ORDINANCE NO. 23 OF
1949 AND BY SUBSEQUENT PROCLAMATIONS.


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CONTENTS.



VOLUME II.


CHAPTER 9.

PUBLIC OFFICERS.


GOVERNOR'S EMOLUMENTS ...
COLONIAL SECRETARY INCORPORATION
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS ... ...
PUBLIC AUTHORITIES PROTECTION
MAGISTRATES PROTECTION ...
PENSIONS ... ...
OVERSEAS NURSES' PENSIONS ...
WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS' PENSIONS
PROVIDENT FUND ... ...
DECEASED OFFICERS' SALARY ...
GOVERNMENT HOUSING LOANS ...
TRAVELLING ALLOWANCES ...


VOL. II. PAGE
2
5
7
8
... 10
... 13
. ... 47
... ... 49
... ... 95
... 114
... .. ... 116
.. ... 143


CHAPTER 10.


DEFENCE.
LOCAL FORCES ... ...
VOLUNTEER RESERVE ... .
NAVAL VOLUNTEER ...
NAVAL VOLUNTEER AND DEFENCE
COMPULSORY TRAINING AND SERVICE


... 148
... 167
... 170
... 175
... 178


(EMERGENCY)









Contents.


CHAPTER 11.

POLICE, PRISONS AND PUBLIC ORDER.


POLICE ... ......
SUPPLEMENTAL POLICE ... .
SPECIAL RESERVE POLICE ...
FIRE BRIGADES ... ...
PREVENTION OF CRIMES ... .
RELEASED PRISONERS LICENCES...
PRISONS ... ...
COLONIAL PRISONERS REMOVAL ...
YOUNG OFFENDERS DETENTION ...
EMERGENCY POWERS ... .


VOL. II. PAGE
.. .. ... 202
... ... 241
. .. ... 259
.. .. ... 268
.. .. ... 277
.. .. ... 281
.. .. ... 287
.. .. ... 291
.. .. ... 292
.. .. ... 298


CHAPTER 12.

PUBLIC HEALTH AND MEDICAL.


MEDICAL SERVICE ......
MEDICAL BOARD ... ...
OPTICIANS (REGISTRATION) ...
PUBLIC HEALTH ......
FOOD AND DRUGS ... ...
DANGEROUS DRUGS ...
SULPHONAMIDE DRUGS ... .
ANTIBIOTICS ......
HOSPITALS ... .....
LUNACY AND MENTAL TREATMENT
LEPROSY ... ... ...
YAWS ... ... ...
VACCINATION ......
VENEREAL DISEASE ...
QUARANTINE ... ...
MALARIA ABATEMENT ...
NOTIFICATION OF BIRTHS ...
BURIAL GROUNDS ... ...
NURSES REGISTRATION ...


... 302
... ... ... 306
... ... ... 324
... ... ... 331
... ... ... 459
... ... ... 475
.. ... ... 492
... ... ... 494
.. ... ... 501
... ... 506
... .. ... 542
... .. ... 566
... .. ... 571
... .. ... 580
... .. ... 582
.. ... ... 633
... ... ... 637
... ... ... 639
... ... ... 641









Contents.


CHAPTER 13.

PUBLIC WELFARE AND SOCIAL SERVICES.


VOL. II.
... ... ... ...


POOR RELIEF ...
OLD AGE PENSIONS ...
BRUCE STEPHENS TRUST
MERCHANT NAVY CLUB ...


vii


PAGE
650
656
661
670


CHAPTER 14.

EDUCATION.


EDUCATION ... ......
COMPULSORY EDUCATION ... .
PRIVATE SCHOOLS ... ...
SCHOOLS (MEDICAL INSPECTION)
SCHOOL TEACHERS' PENSIONS ...


... 679
... 691
... ... 694
...... 701
... ... ... 703


CHAPTER 15.

WORKS AND HYDRAULICS.


1. DIRECTOR OF WORKS AND HYDRAULICS
2. WATERWORKS AND WATER CONSERVATION


... ... 712
... ... 714


CHAPTER 16.

ROADS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL.
ROADS ... ... ... ......
RESTRICTION OF RIBBON DEVELOPMENT ...
MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD TRAFFIC ... .
MOTOR VEHICLES INSURANCE (THIRD-PARTY RISI
LICENSING OF VEHICLES ... ... ...
HACKNEY CARRIAGES ... ... ...
CARTS ... ... ... ... ...


... 764
... 819
... 831
KS)... 879
... 898
... 910
... 923








Contents.


CHAPTER 17.

RAILWAYS.


VOL. II. PAGE
RAILWAYS ... ... ... .. ... ... ... 936



CHAPTER 18.

HARBOUR AND SHIPPING.


HARBOURS ... ... ... ......
PORT SERVICES (DUES, CHARGES AND MANAGEMENT)
PILOTAGE ... ... ... ......
MARKING OF SHIPS ... ..
MERCHANT SHIPPING ......
MOTOR LAUNCHES ......


BAHAMAS AND LEEWARD ISLANDS LIGHT DUES
DROGHERS ............
DISTRESSED SEAMEN REPATRIATION ... ...


960
982
... 1063
... 1080
... 1083
... 1131
... 1139


... 1143
... 1153


CHAPTER 19.

AIR NAVIGATION AND AERODROMES.


.. ... ... 1158


AIR NAVIGATION ...
















TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

Revised Ordinances, 1950.




CHAPTER 9.

PUBLIC OFFICERS.
No. 1.-GOVERNOR's EMOLUMENTS.
No. 2.-COLONIAL SECRETARY INCORPORATION.
No. 3.-PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.
No. 4.-PUBLIC AUTHORITIES PROTECTION.
No. 5.-MAGISTRATES PROTECTION.
No. 6.-PENSIONS.
No. 7.-OVERSEAS NURSES' PENSIONS.
No. 8.-WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS' PENSIONS.
No. 9.-PROVIDENT FUND.
No. 10.-DECEASED OFFICERS' SALARY.
No. 11.-GOVERNMENT HOUSING LOANS.
No. 12.-TRAVELLING ALLOWANCES.


T. IT.







Ch. 9. No. 1.] Governor's Emoluments.


CHAPTER 9. No. 1.

GOVERNOR'S EMOLUMENTS.


Ordinances. AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE THE EMOLUMENTS ATTACHED
Ch. 9. No. 1-
1940. TO THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR.
No. 5-1943.
,, 3-1950.
Commence- [23rd November, 1938.]
meant.

Short title. 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Governor's
Emoluments Ordinance.

Emoluments 2. The emoluments attached to the office of Governor
of the
Governor. of the Colony shall consist of-
Ord. 3-1950, (a) salary at the rate of twenty-one thousand six
s. 2. hundred dollars per annum, and

(b) duty allowance at the rate of seven thousand
two hundred dollars per annum.

Commence- 3. (1) An officer appointed to be Governor of the Colony
lary of shall receive salary at one-half the rate specified in
Governor paragraph (a) of section 2 from the date on which he
before
assumption embarks to assume the Government, whether the port of
of office, embarkation be in England or elsewhere.
(2) If, however, a Governor continues in the tenure of
his office until the arrival of his successor, the latter officer
shall not be entitled to any portion of the salary until he
has assumed the duties of his office.
(3) If the office of Governor is vacated after the incoming
Governor has embarked to assume the Government, he
shall receive salary at one-half the rate specified in
paragraph (a) of section 2 from the date of such vacancy.









Governor's Emoluments. [Cli. 9. No. 1. 3


4. (1) The Governor shall, when visiting any neighboring
Colony or State, receive salary at the rate specified in
paragraph (a) of section 2 during the period occupied in
such visit including the time necessarily taken on the
journey to and from such Colony or State.
(2) The period occupied in such visit shall not be
taken into consideration in estimating any period of full
pay leave which may be granted to the Governor under this
Ordinance.

5. (1) The Governor shall, when full pay leave either on
vacation or on grounds of ill-health is granted to him
by the Secretary of State, receive salary at the rate specified
in paragraph (a) of section 2 during the period of such leave.
(2) Full pay vacation leave may be granted at a rate
not exceeding five days for each completed month of
resident service, but where such leave is spent in a place
other than the Colony, the time necessarily taken on the
journey to and from such place may in addition be allowed
by the Secretary of State, and salary at the rate fixed
by the preceding subsection shall be paid for the time
allowed on each journey from and including the day of
embarkation.
(3) In addition to any vacation leave that may be
granted under the preceding subsection, full pay leave on
grounds of ill-health may be granted for such period
as shall be determined by the Secretary of State but not
to exceed six months at any one time.
(4) If the Governor be on leave other than as provided
for in the preceding subsections and another officer be sworn
to administer the Government, then the Governor shall,
during such leave, receive salary at one-half the rate
:specified in paragraph (a) of section 2.

6. In the absence of the Governor from the Colony in
the circumstances provided by sections 3 to 5 inclusive
of this Ordinance, the officer administering the Government,
or the Governor's Deputy, as the case may be, shall, in
addition to the emoluments of such officer's substantive
appointment, receive (i) an amount equal to one-half
1 (2)


Salary of
Governor
when
visiting a
neighboring
Colony or
State.


Salary of
Governor
when on
leave.


Emoluments
of the Acting
Governor.


Governtor's Emolutments.


[Ch. 9. No. 1. 3







4 Ch. 9. No. 1.] Governor's Emoluments.

the difference between such officer's salary and the
Governor's salary as specified in paragraph (a) of section 2,
and (ii) the duty allowance specified in paragraph (b)
of the said section 2.
Commuted 7. The Governor or other officer administering the
customs duty
allowance. -Government shall, when in the Colony, receive a com-
Ord. 3-1950, muted allowance at the rate of one thousand nine hundred
8. 3. and twenty dollars per annum in lieu of exemptions from
customs duties.








Colonial Secretary Incorporation. [Ch. 9. No. 2. 5


CHAPTER 9. No. 2.

COLONIAL SECRETARY INCORPORATION.


AN ORDINANCE TO INCORPORATE THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. Ordinance.
No. 29-1943.

[16th September, 1943.] Commence-
ment.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Colonial Secretary Short title.
Incorporation Ordinance.

2. The officer for the time being discharging the duties Constitution
of Colonial Secretary in the Colony, and his successors in ofbote.
office, shall be and is hereby created a body corporate by
the name of Colonial Secretary, Trinidad and Tobago "
(hereinafter called the corporation ") and by that name
shall have perpetual succession and shall and may sue and
may be sued in all Courts of Justice in the Colony and
shall have and use a common seal which shall be judicially
noticed, and which may from time to time be broken,
changed, altered and made anew as to the corporation
seems fit.

3. The corporation may, ;with the permission of the Powers.
Governor in Council, acquire, purchase, take, hold and
enjoy movable and immovable property of every descrip-
tion, and may convey, assign, surrender and yield up,
mortgage, demise, reassign, transfer or otherwise dispose
of, or deal with, any movable and immovable property
vested in the corporation upon such terms as to the
corporation seems fit.

4. (1) All deeds, documents or other instruments Execution of
requiring the seal of the corporation shall be sealed with documents.







Ch. 9. No. 2.] Colonial Secretary Incorporation.


the seal of the corporation in the presence of the officer
for the time being discharging the duties of the office of
Colonial Secretary, who shall sign every such deed,
document or other instrument to which the corporate seal
is affixed, and such signing shall be sufficient evidence
that the said seal was duly and properly affixed and that
the same is the lawful seal of the corporation.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Registration
of Deeds Ordinance and the Real Property Ordinance
relating to the matters thereunder required to be performed
and to the mode of their performance prior to the
registration of a deed, document or other instrument, the
affixing of the seal of the corporation and the signing
by the Colonial Secretary in the manner set out in the
preceding subsection shall be, and shall be taken as,
sufficient evidence, for the purposes of the said Ordinances,
of the due execution by the corporation of any deed,
document or other instrument.

Saving of 5. Nothing in this Ordinance shall affect or be deemed
Crown. to affect the rights of His Majesty or of any bodies politic
or corporate or of any other persons except such as are
mentioned or are referred to in this Ordinance and those
claiming by, through, from or under them.








Public Accounts. [Ch. 9. No. 3. 7





CHAPTER 9. No. 3.

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. Ordinance.
Ch. 9. No. 2-
1940.
[14th June, 1915.] Commence-
ment.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Public Accounts short title.
Ordinance.

2. In this Ordinance, public account includes any Interpre-
estimate of revenue and expenditure or revenue or
expenditure, and any statement, summary, or account
mentioned in any Ordinance.

3. Where, in any Ordinance, past or future, any provision Rules as to
is made as to the time or manner of submitting, publishing, mennr of
balancing, taking, or making up any public account, or as submitting,
to the form in which any such public account shall be etc'ublic
submitted, published, balanced, taken, or made up, then, not-
withstanding anything to the contrary contained in any such
Ordinance, it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council
to make rules under this Ordinance varying or changing
such manner, time, or form as aforesaid.

4. The powers of the Director of Audit for securing a Powers of
proper audit, and the powers of the Accountant General audit.
for exercising a supervision of the accounts of all public
officers without exception, including all books and accounts
kept by or in the office of the Registrar of the Supreme
Court, and of holding inspections of public chests, may be
exercised by any officer or clerk in the Audit Department
or in the Treasury respectively authorised by the Director
of Audit or the Accountant General in writing to perform
such duties, or by any person appointed by the Governor.








Ch. 9. No. 4.] Public Authorities Protection.


CHAPTER 9. No. 4.

PUBLIC AUTHORITIES PROTECTION.


Ordinances. AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE PROTECTION OF
h940. No.3 PERSONS ACTING IN THE EXECUTION OF STATUTORY
No. 34-1948. AND OTHER PUBLIC DUTIES.


Commence- [8th November, 1912.]
ment.

Short title. 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Public Authorities
Protection Ordinance.

Limitation 2. (1) No action shall be brought against any person
of actions for any act done in pursuance, or execution or intended
against
public execution of any Ordinance, or of any public duty or
authorities, authority, or in respect of any neglect or default in the
execution of any such Ordinance, duty or authority, unless
it is commenced before the expiration of one year from the
date of which the cause of action accrued:
Provided that where the act, neglect or default is a
continuing one, no cause of action in respect thereof shall
be deemed to have accrued for the purposes of this
subsection, until the act, neglect or default has ceased.
(2) No criminal proceeding shall lie or be instituted
against any person for any such act, neglect or default as is
mentioned in subsection (1) of this section unless it is
commenced within three months next after the act, neglect
or default complained of, or in the case of a continuance of
injury or damage, within three months next after the
ceasing thereof.
costs. (3) Wherever in any such action or proceeding a
judgment is obtained by the defendant, it shall carry
costs to be taxed as between solicitor and client.


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Public Authorities Protection. [Ch. 9. No. 4. 9

(4) Where the proceeding is an action for damages, Tender of
tender of amends before the action was commenced may, amends.
in lieu of or in addition to any other plea, be pleaded.
If the action was commenced after the tender, or is proceeded
with after payment into court of any money in satisfaction
of the plaintiff's claim, and the plaintiff does not recover
more than the sum tendered or paid, he shall not recover
any costs incurred after the tender or payment, and the
defendant shall be entitled to costs, to be taxed as between
solicitor and client, as from the time of the tender or
payment; but this provision shall not affect costs on any
injunction in the action.
(5) If, in the opinion of the Court, the plaintiff has
not given the defendant a sufficient opportunity of tendering
amends before the commencement of the proceedings,
the Court may award to the defendant costs to be taxed
as between solicitor and client:
Provided that this section shall not affect any proceedings Proceedings
by any department of the Government against any local meit de-
authority or member or officer of a local authority. apartment.

3. Nothing in this Ordinance shall:- Provisions
as to actions
(a) enable any action to be brought which was already
barred before the 23rd of December, 1948 except in barred and
pending
so far as the cause of action or right of action may be actions.
revived by an acknowledgment or part payment made;
or
(b) affect any action commenced before the 23rd of
December, 1948 or the title to any property which is
the subject of any such action.








10 Ch. 9. No. 5.]


Magistrates Protection.


CHAPTER 9. No. 5.

MAGISTRATES PROTECTION.


Ordinance. AN ORDINANCE TO PROTECT MAGISTRATES AND JUSTICES
Ch. 9. No. 4-
1940. FROM VEXATIOUS ACTIONS FOR ACTS DONE BY THEM IN
THE EXECUTION OF THEIR OFFICE.


[17th December, 1917.]


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Magistrates
Protection Ordinance.


Interpre- 2. In this Ordinance, the term Magistrate includes a
station. justice
Justice.


3. Every action to be brought against any Magistrate
for any act purporting to have been done by him in the
execution of his office shall be brought in the Supreme
Court.

4. The endorsement of the writ of summons in every such
action shall allege either that such act was done maliciously
and without reasonable and probable cause, or that it was
done in a matter not within the jurisdiction of the Magis-
trate, otherwise the writ shall be set aside on summons;
and if the plaintiff shall fail at the trial to prove such
allegation, a verdict shall be given for the defendant.

5. (1) Any person injured by any act done by a Magistrate
in a matter not within his jurisdiction, or in excess of his
jurisdiction, or by any act done in any such matter under
any conviction or order made or warrant issued by him,
may maintain an action against such Magistrate without
alleging that the act complained of was done maliciously
and without any reasonable and probable cause.


Commence-
ment.

Short title.


Action to be
brought in
Supreme
Court.


If plaintiff
fail to prove
malice or
want of
jurisdiction
he shall be
non-suited.



Where act is
done without
jurisdiction,
malice need
not be
alleged, but
no action
shall be
brought until
conviction is
quashed.








[Ch. 9. No. 5. 11


(2) No such action shall be brought for anything done
under such conviction or order, or for anything done under
any warrant which shall have been issued by such Magistrate
to procure the appearance of such party and which shall
have been followed by a conviction or order in the same
matter, until after the conviction or order shall have been
quashed by the Supreme Court.

6. No action shall in any case be brought against any o action to
be brought
Magistrate for anything done under any warrant which unless there
shall not have been followed by a conviction or order, or if, has been a
Conviction
being a warrant upon an information for an alleged or if there
indictable offence, a summons was issued previously thereto, has been a
summons.
and served upon such person personally, or by its being
left for him with some person at his usual or last known
place of abode, and he shall not have appeared in obedience
thereto.

7. Where a conviction or order shall be made by a Nor against
Magistrate and a warrant of distress or of commitment ra Magirate
shall be granted thereon by some other Magistrate bond fide granted by
and without collusion, no action shall be brought against chim upon th
such last mentioned Magistrate by reason of any defect another
in such conviction or order, or for any want of jurisdiction Magistrate.
in the Magistrate who made the same, but the action
may be brought against the Magistrate who made such
conviction or order.

8. No action shall be brought against any Magistrate Nor for
who shall have granted a warrant of distress against any granting
person for enforcing the payment of any rate made, allowed, enforcing
and published, by reason of any irregularity or defect in rate.
such rate, or of such person not being liable to be rated.

9. No action shall be brought against any Magistrate for Nor for
the manner in which he shall have exercised any discre- any dis-
tionary power given to him by law. cretionary
power.
10. Where any Magistrate refuses to do any act relating Remedy
where
to his duties as a Magistrate, the party requiring such act Magistrate
to be done may apply to the Supreme Court, upon an shall refuse
affidavit of the facts, for a rule calling upon such Magistrate, td his
and also the party to be affected by such act, to show


Magistrates Protection.










cause why such act should not be done; and if, after due
service of such rule, good cause shall not be shown against
it, the Court may make it absolute, with or without costs,
and such Magistrate, upon being served with such rule
absolute, shall obey it, and do the act required, and no action
or proceeding whatsoever shall be brought against him
for having obeyed such rule and done such act so required.

No action on 11. Where a warrant of distress or of commitment shall
warrant
where con- be granted by a Magistrate upon a conviction or order,
eviction or which either before or after the granting of the warrant
affired on shall have been or shall be affirmed upon appeal, no action
appeal, shall be brought against him for anything which may have
been done under it, by reason of any defect in such
conviction or order.

Setting 12. In all cases where by this Ordinance it is enacted
aside action, that no action shall be brought under particular circum-
stances, if any such action is brought it shall be lawful for
a Judge of the Supreme Court, on the application of the
defendant and on an affidavit of facts, to set aside the
proceedings in such action, with or without costs, as to him
may seem just.


13. Where the plaintiff in any such action shall be
entitled to recover, and he shall prove the levying or
payment of any penalty or sum of money under any
conviction or order as parcel of the damages he seeks to
recover, or if he prove that he was imprisoned under such
conviction or order and shall seek to recover damages for
such imprisonment, he shall not be entitled to recover the
amount of such penalty or sum so levied or paid, or any sum
beyond one farthing as damages for such imprisonment,
or any costs of suit whatsoever, if it shall be proved that
he was guilty of the offence of which he was convicted, or
that he was liable by law to pay the sum he was so ordered
to pay, and that he had undergone no longer imprisonment
than that assigned by law for the offence of which he was
convicted, or for non-payment of the sum he was ordered
to pay.


In what case
plaintiff shall
not recover
substantial
damages.


12 Ch. 9. No. 5.]


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Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 6. 13


CHAPTER 9. No. 6.

PENSIONS.


AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE PENSIONS, GRATUITIES AND
OTHER ALLOWANCES TO BE GRANTED IN RESPECT OF
THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF OFFICERS IN THE COLONY.


[1st A ugust, 1934.]


Ordinances.
Ch. 9. No. 6-
1940.
No. 33-1943.
8-1944.
55-1946.
S17-1950.
S28-1950.
Commence-
ment.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Pensions short title.
Ordinance.

2. In this Ordinance- Interpre-
tation.
"constable means a member of the Police Force Ord.33-1943.
below the rank of lance-corporal; s. 2.
Ord.17-1950,
"Grade .I pensionable office" and "Grade II s. 2.
pensionable office" mean offices heretofore respec-
tively declared as such under section 4 of the Pensions
Ordinance (Ch. 9. No. 6-1940);
Inspector and subordinate police officer have
the same meanings as are respectively assigned to
these expressions in the Police Ordinance;
non-pensionable office means an office of a civil
nature under the Government other than an office-
(a) which is a pensionable office for the purposes
of this Ordinance or of any other law; or
(b) the holder of which is ordinarily required
to be a depositor under the Provident Fund
Ordinance;
"officer" or "public officer" means a person
substantively appointed to an office in the public
service;


[Ch. 9. No. 6. 13


Pensions.







Ch. 9. No. 6.]


pensionable emoluments in respect of service in
the Colony includes salary, personal allowance, house
allowance or the estimated value of free quarters and
any fees paid out of the Treasury by way of salary:
Provided that the amount to be allowed for house rent
or for estimated value of free quarters shall not exceed
one-sixth, nor the amount to be allowed for fees one-
fourth, of the actual salary of the office;
pensionable emoluments" in respect of other
public service means emoluments which count for
pension in accordance with the law or regulations in
force in such service;
salary means the actual salary attached to an
office: Provided that in the case of an officer retiring
on or after the 1st of July, 1920, the term salary
shall include 75 per centum of the additional salary
being drawn by the officer at the time of his retirement
from the Colony, under the authority of the resolution
of the Legislative Council of the 15th of October, 1920,
or any subsequent resolution of similar import;
pensionable office means-
(a) in respect of service in the Colony, an office
which, by virtue of provision for the time being in
force in a notification made by the Governor in
Council and published in the Royal Gazette is
declared to be a pensionable office; and any such
notification may from time to time be amended,
added to, or revoked by a notification so made and
published; but where by virtue of any such amend-
ment or revocation any office ceases to be a pension-
able office, then so long as any person holding that
office at the time of the amendment or revocation
continues therein, the office shall, as respects
that person, continue to be a pensionable office;
(b) in respect of other public service an office
which is for the time being a pensionable office
under the law or regulations in force in such
service;
personal allowance means a special addition to
salary granted personally to the holder for the time
being of the office;
public service or service means service in a


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civil capacity under the Government of the Colony
or the Imperial Government, or the Government of
India, Pakistan or a Commonwealth country or Pro-
tectorate, or a territory under a British Mandate, and
any such other service as the Secretary of State may
determine to be public service for the purpose of
any provision of this Ordinance or the regulations
made thereunder:
Service as a Governor or High Commissioner of a
Commonwealth country or Protectorate, or a territory
under British Mandate, or as a Governor in India, or
Pakistan shall be deemed to be public service except for
the purposes of computation of pension or gratuity and
of section 14;
other public service means public service not
under the Government of the Colony;
service in the group means public service under
the Government of the Colony and under a Scheduled
Government or Governments;
Scheduled Government means the Government
of any place which is included in the First Schedule to
this Ordinance, or any Government which may from
time to time be declared by the Governor in Council
to be a Scheduled Government, and includes the
Government of Ceylon, in respect of any officer
appointed to the service of that Government prior to the
4th February, 1948, and the Government of Palestine,
in respect of any officer appointed to the service of
that Government prior to the 15th May, 1948;
teacher has the meaning assigned to it in the
School Teachers' Pensions Ordinance.

3. The Governor in Council may by notice published in Governor in
Council may
the Royal Gazette vary the First Schedule hereto by adding vary
thereto any other Government or removing therefrom any 1st Schedule.
Government included or added thereto. Any such notice
of variation shall be laid before the Legislative Council.

4. (1) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council, Governor
may make
with the sanction of the Secretary of State, to make regulations.
regulations for the granting of pensions, gratuities, and other chi. 9. No. 6-
allowances to officers who have been in the public service 1940' s. 6.


Pensions.


[Ch. 9. No. 6.







Ch. 9. No. 6.]


of the Colony. Every such regulation when made shall
be laid before the Legislative Council, and shall be published
in the Royal Gazette.
(2) The said regulations shall have the same force
and effect for all purposes as if they were contained in this
Ordinance and the term this Ordinance shall in the
following sections be read and construed to include such
regulations.
Ord.28-1950, (3) Whenever the Governor in Council is satisfied
s. 3. that it is equitable that any regulation made under this
section should have retrospective effect in order to confer
a benefit upon or remove a disability attaching to any
person that regulation may be given retrospective effect
for that purpose:
Provided that no such regulation shall have retrospective
effect unless it has received the prior approval of the
Legislative Council signified by resolution.
2nd Sched- (4) The regulations contained in the Second Schedule
ule. hereto shall be in force until varied or revoked.


5. There shall be charged on and paid out of the general
revenue of the Colony all such sums of money as may
from time to time be granted by way of pension, gratuity,
or other allowance in accordance with this Ordinance to
officers who have been in the public service of the Colony.

6. (1) No officer shall have an absolute right to com-
pensation for past services or to pension, gratuity or
other allowance under this Ordinance, nor shall anything
herein or in the regulations contained limit the right
of the Crown to dismiss any officer without compensation.
(2) Where it is established to the satisfaction of the
Governor in Council that an officer has been guilty of
negligence, irregularity or misconduct, the pension, gratuity
or other allowance may be reduced or altogether withheld.

7. (1) No pension, gratuity or other allowance shall be
granted to any officer in respect of any service-
(a) while on probation or agreement, unless without
break of service he is confirmed in a pensionable office
in the Colony or in an office in other public service


Pensions to
be charged
on general
revenue.
Ch. 9. No. 6-
1940, s. 7.

Pension or
other allow-
ance, not of
right.
Ch. 9. No. 6-
1940, s. 8.






Service for
pension.
Ch. 9. No. 6-
1940, s. 9.


Pensions.









which is at the time of confirmation pensionable
under the pension law applicable to such service; or
(b) while under the age of twenty years.
(2) Only service in a pensionable office shall be taken Pensionable
into account as pensionable service:
Provided that where a period of service in a civil capacity ni of non-
otherwise than in a pensionable office is immediately service that
followed by service in a pensionable office, one-half of such may be taken
period may with the approval of the Governor in Council Ord.33-1943,
be so taken into account: s. 4.
Provided further that any break in service which may
be disregarded for the purpose of any provisions of this
Ordinance or of the regulations thereunder may likewise
be disregarded in determining for the purpose of this section
whether one period of service immediately follows another
period of service.
(3) Where an officer is seconded or temporarily Reservation
transferred for duty in the service of the Colony from a arigofs m
pensionable office to an office or employment which would temporary
not entitle him to pension under this Ordinance, the transfer.
period during which he shall serve in such office or employ-
ment as aforesaid shall count for pension as if the officer
had not been seconded or temporarily transferred unless
the Governor in Council shall in any case otherwise decide.
(4) Where an officer shall have served with His war service
Majesty's Forces in time of war, with the approval of the to count for
Governor of the territory in the service of which he was purposes.
last employed before so serving or of the Secretary of
State, the following provisions shall have effect:-
(a) During the period of such service in His Majesty's
Forces including any period after the termination of
the war (in this subsection referred to as military
service "), he shall be deemed, for the purposes of this
Ordinance, to have been on leave on full salary from
the public service in which he was last employed,
and to have held the substantive office last held by him
in that service prior to military service;
(b) During any period between his leaving the public
service for the purpose of serving in His Majesty's
Forces and the date of his commencing military
service, he shall, for the purposes of this Ordinance,
T.-II. 2


Pensions.


[Ch. 9. No. 6. 17









be deemed to be on leave without pay, not granted
on grounds of public policy, from the public service
in which he was last employed, and to have held the
substantive office last held by him in that service prior
to military service; and during any period between
the termination of his military service and the date
of his re-entering the public service he shall, for the
said purposes, be deemed to be on leave as aforesaid
from the service, and to have held the substantive
office, in which he is re-employed:
Provided that-
(i) this subsection shall not apply when either
period mentioned in paragraph (b) of this subsection
exceeds three months, or such longer period as the
Governor, with the approval of the Secretary of
State, may in any special case determine; or if the
officer fails, after serving with His Majesty's Forces,
to re-enter the public service otherwise than in circum-
stances in which he would be permitted, under the
law applicable to the public service in which he is last
employed prior to military service, to retire on pension
or gratuity, such circumstances arising not later than
the expiration of three months, or such longer period
as may be determined as aforesaid, after the termination
of his military service;
(ii) if during any period mentioned in paragraph (a)
of this subsection the officer shall have qualified for
pension, or received emoluments in lieu of pension
rights, actually in respect of military service, para-
graph (a) of this subsection shall, as respects that
period, have effect as if the words leave without
salary not granted on grounds of public policy were
substituted for the words leave on full salary ";
(iii) if during his military service the officer shall be
injured or killed, he shall not, for the purposes of
section 18 and of regulation 12 in the Second Schedule
hereto be deemed to have been injured or killed in the
discharge of his duty;
(iv) the provisions of this subsection which require
that the officer shall be deemed to have held a specified
office and to have been on leave from a specified
service shall not apply in respect of any period during


Ch. 9. No. 6.]


Pensions.








[Ch. 9. No. 6. 19


which he shall actually have held any other sub-
stantive office and have been on leave from any
public service;
(v) save where in any particular case the Governor
otherwise directs, this subsection shall not apply
where the office in the public service last held by the
officer prior to military service was not a pensionable
office.
(5) Noting in subsection (4) of this section shall affect saving of
the application or operation of regulation 8 (3) in the regulation
Second Schedule hereto in respect of service with His 8 (3) in the
Majesty's Forces during the war which began on the 2nd Schedule.
4th of August, 1914.

8. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in section 7, Pensionable
where a period of service as a teacher or as an Inspector, seoicers ho
subordinate police officer or constable is or has been havepre-
immediately followed by service in a pensionable office in sevioe
the Colony, the whole of such period may, with the approval Police Force
of the Governor in Council, be taken into account as orsteachers.
Ord.33-1943,
pensionable service. s. 5.
(2) Any break in service which may be disregarded
for the purpose of any provisions of- this Ordinance or of
the regulations thereunder may likewise be disregarded in
determining for the purposes of this section whether one
period of service immediately follows another period of
service.
(3) In this section the expression service as a
teacher means all service, including service (if any)
under the Government of the Colony otherwise than as a
teacher, which by virtue of the School Teachers' Pensions
Ordinance is pensionable service for the purposes of that
Ordinance: Provided that of the period of any such service
under the Government of the Colony otherwise than as a
teacher, being service paid for from public funds not
provided for a specific appointment, only one-half shall be
counted as pensionable service for the purposes of this
Ordinance.
Saving the
9. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in section 12, rights of
officers who
where a period of service of an officer in a pensionable or non- join the
pensionable office in the Colony is immediately followed Police Force.
Ord.33-1943,
2 (2) s. 5.


Pensions.









20 Cli. 9. No. 6.] Pen~sions.


by service as an Inspector, subordinate police officer or
constable, the officer may, in the circumstances contem-
plated by this section (as hereinafter set forth), be granted,
in addition to any pension or gratuity to which he may be
entitled under the Police Ordinance, such pension or
gratuity as would have been appropriate under this
Ordinance and the regulations thereunder if he had retired
on reaching the retiring age on the date on which his service
prior to becoming an Inspector, subordinate police officer or
constable terminated: Provided that any break in service
which may be disregarded for the purpose of any provisions
of this Ordinance or of the regulations thereunder may
likewise be disregarded in determining for the purposes
of this section whether one period of service immediately
follows another period of service.
(2) The circumstances contemplated by this section
are that-
(a) the officer has retired from the Police Force as
an Inspector, subordinate police officer or constable
on attaining the age of 50 years; or
(b) a pension under the provisions of subsection (1)
of section 49 of the Police Ordinance or under any
similar provision of any law relating to the grant
of pensions to members of the Police Force which was
in force prior to the commencement of the said
Ordinance has been granted to the officer;
(c) a gratuity under the provisions of subsection (1)
of section 51 of the Police Ordinance or under any
similar provision of any law relating to the grant of
gratuities to members of the Police Force which was in
force prior to the commencement of the said Ordinance
has been granted to the officer.

10. (1) An officer who has served as a non-commissioned
officer or constable and who is eligible for a pension under
section 8 may, with the approval of the Governor in Council,
be granted in lieu thereof either-
(a) such pension as would have been appropriate
under the relevant provisions of the Police Ordinance,
or of any appropriate law relating to the grant of
pensions to members of the Police Force which was in
force prior to the commencement of the said Ordinance


Ord.17-1950,
s. 4 (c).


Pension to
officers who
have served
as non-com-
missioned
.officers or
constables.
Ord.55-1946.
Ord.17-1950,
s. 5.


20 Ch. 9. N~o. 6.]


Pensions.










if he had continued to serve as an Inspector, subordin-
ate police officer or constable and had continued to
to be paid at the rate at which he was in fact last
paid as an Inspector, subordinate police officer or
constable before his appointment to a pensionable
office; or
(b) a pension of such amount as results when his
service as an Inspector, subordinate police officer or
constable is computed for pension in accordance with
the relevant provisions of the Police Ordinance, or of
any appropriate law relating to the grant of pensions
to members of the Police Force which was in force
prior to the commencement of the said Ordinance and
his service as a pensionable officer is computed in
accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance and
the regulations made thereunder and the results of the
two computations are added together.
(2) The relevant provisions of the Police Ordinance,
or of any appropriate law relating to the grant of pensions
to members of the Police Force which was in force prior
to the commencement of the said Ordinance shall apply to
any pension which is granted under paragraph (a) of sub-
section (1) of this section and to such part of any pension,
which is granted under paragraph (b) of subsection (1)
of this section, as is the result of computing the officer's
service as an Inspector, subordinate police officer or
constable.
(3) The provisions of this Ordinance and the regula-
tions made thereunder shall apply to such part of any
pension, which is granted under paragraph (b) of sub-
section (1) of this section, as is the result of computing
the officer's service as a pensionable officer.

11. It shall be lawful. for the Governor in Council to Age of
require an officer to retire from the service of the Colony retiree
at any time after he attains the age of sixty years or, in Ch. 9. No. 6-
special cases, with the approval of the Secretary of State, 1940, s. 10.
at any time after he attains the age of fifty years.

12. (1) Except in the cases hereinafter provided, no circum-
pension, gratuity, or other allowance shall be granted stances il
to any officer who has notwhattained the age of fifty-five pensonsmay
to any officer who has not attained the age of fifty-five pensions may


Pensions.


[Ch. 9. No. 6. 21









Oh. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.


be granted.
Officer may
be granted
pension at
55 years or,
earlier on
account of
ill-health.
Ch. 9. No. 6-
1940, s. 11.


Age limit in (2) If an officer is transferred to other public service
respect of
other public and ultimately retires at an age less than fifty-five years at
service, which he is permitted by the law or regulations of that
service to retire with a pension, the pension which may be
granted to him from the revenue of the Colony under this
Ordinance shall be payable from the date of retirement
of such officer, notwithstanding that he shall not be fifty-
five years of age.
officer (3) Where an officer is removed from his office on
discharge the ground of his inability to discharge efficiently the
his duties duties thereof, and a pension, gratuity, or other allowance
may be
retired, cannot otherwise be granted to him under the provisions
Ord.33-1943, of this Ordinance, the Governor in Council may if he
s. 6. considers it justifiable, having regard to all the circum-
stances of the case, grant such a pension, gratuity, or
other allowance as he thinks just and proper, but in no
case exceeding in amount that for which the officer would
be eligible if he were suffering from some infirmity of
mind or body likely to be permanent.
Officer may (4) If any officer holding a pensionable office retire
be retired on
abolition of or be removed from the public service in consequence of
office, the abolition of his office, or for the purpose of facilitating
improvements in the organisation of the department to
which he belongs, by which greater efficiency and economy
can be effected, he may be granted a temporary pension,
subject to the condition that he shall hold himself ready
to be recalled to service. Provided that if such officer is
not qualified for other employment or if there is no reason,


years (in special cases, with the approval of the Secretary
of State, fifty years), unless on medical evidence to the
satisfaction of the Governor in Council that he is incapable,
by reason of some infirmity of mind or body, of discharging
the duties of his office, and that such infirmity is likely to
be permanent: Provided that the consent of the Secretary
of State shall be obtained in respect of-
(a) an officer recruited from the United Kingdom;
(b) an officer who is a member of a unified branch of
the service;
(c) an officer occupying any other post of which the
initial emoluments are not less than two thousand
dollars per annum.


Ch. 9. No. 6.]


Pensions.








[Ch. 9. No. 6.


in the opinion of the Governor, to expect that he can be
re-employed, a pension may be granted to him free from
the above-mentioned condition.
(5) If an officer on retirement in any circumstances Pension to
is eligible for a pension under the Pensions (Governors of Governors.
Dominions, etc.) Act or any Act replacing or amending
the same, he shall be eligible for a pension under this
Ordinance notwithstanding that such officer has not
attained the age of fifty-five years.
(6) Notwithstanding the preceding provisions of this Gratuity to
Female officer
section a gratuity may be granted to a female officer, in retiring on
accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance, who account of
retires for the reason that she is married or is about to her marriage.
marry, notwithstanding that she is not otherwise eligible
under the section for the grant of any pension, gratuity or
other allowance.


13. Every pension granted to an officer shall be subject to
the following condition-
(a) unless or until he has attained the age of fifty-five
years, he may, if physically fit for service, be called upon
by the Secretary of State to accept, in lieu of his
pension, an office, whether in the service of the Colony
or in other public service, not less in value, due regard
being had to circumstances of climate, than the
office which he held at the date of the grant of his
pension;
(b) if a pensioner so called upon declines to accept
the office for which he may have been selected, the
payment of his pension may be suspended until he has
attained the age of fifty-five years.


Liability of
pensioners to
be called
upon to take
further em-
ployment.
Ch. 9. No. 6-
1940, s. 12.


14. (1) Except in cases provided for in subsection (2) Maximum
of this section, no pension granted to an officer under this pension.
Ordinance shall exceed two-thirds of the highest pensionable 1940, ss. 13
emoluments drawn by the officer at any time in the course and 14.
of his service.
(2) Where an officer has been or is granted a pension Maximum
or pensions in respect of other public service, he may be pensionwhen
granted the full pension for which he is eligible in respect entitled to
of his service in the Colony, but no officer may at any pension from
service.


Pensions.








24 Ch. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.

time draw from the funds of the Colony an amount of
pension which, when added to the amount of any pension
or pensions drawn in respect of other public service,
exceeds two-thirds of the highest pensionable emoluments
drawn by such officer at any time in the course of his service
in the Colony or in other public service:
Provided that where such an officer receives, in respect of
some period of public service, both a gratuity and a pension,
the amount of such pension shall be deemed, for the purpose
of this subsection, to be four-thirds of its actual amount.
(3) In a case falling under the limitation laid down
by subsection (2) of this section the amount of pension
to be drawn from the funds of the Colony shall be subject
to the approval of the Secretary of State in order that it
may be determined with due regard to the amount of any
pension or pensions similarly to be drawn in respect of
other public service.
(4) For the purpose of subsections (2) and (3) of
this section an allowance granted in respect of injury
shall not be taken into account; but, where the officer is
granted such an allowance, the amount of such allowance
which he may draw shall not exceed one-sixth of his
highest pensionable emoluments at any time in the course
of his public service by more than the sum by which the
amount of his pension or pensions, apart from such
allowance, falls short of two-thirds of such highest pension-
able emoluments.
Gratuity and 15. (1) An officer who was in the service of the Colony
reduced
pension. on the 1st of August, 1934, or who having been in that
service was at that date in other public service and to
whom a pension is granted under this Ordinance may,
at his option exercisable as hereinafter provided, be paid
in lieu of such pension a pension at the rate of three-fourths
of such pension together with a gratuity equal to ten times
the amount of the reduction so made in the pension.
(2) The option referred to in subsection (1) of this
section shall be exercisable not later than one month
after the earliest date on which, if retired on grounds of
ill health, the officer might be awarded a pension under this
Ordinance: Provided always-
(a) that an officer who has previously had the








[Ch. 9. No. 6. 25


opportunity of exercising the option but has not done
so, and who is still in the service of the Colony or
in any other public service, may apply within one
month of his subsequent marriage for permission to
exercise the option, which permission may be granted
at the Governor's discretion after examination of
the officer by a Government Medical Board, and upon
the grant of such permission the option shall be deemed
to have been exercised;
(b) that the date of the exercise of the option
shall be deemed to be the date of the receipt of his
written notification addressed either to the Colonial
Secretary in the Colony or to the Crown Agents for
the, Colonies; and
(c) that if an officer has exercised the option his
decision shall be irrevocable so far as concerns any
pension ultimately to be granted to him under this
Ordinance.
(3) Any officer to whom subsection (1) of this section
does not apply and who is otherwise eligible for pension
shall, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, be
granted a reduced pension and gratuity calculated in the
manner prescribed in the said subsection.
(4) Notwithstanding anything contained in the pre-
ceding subsections an officer who is permitted to continue in
the public service after he attains the age of sixty years, at
his own request and not for the convenience of the service,
shall, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, be granted
an unreduced pension in lieu of reduced pension and
gratuity.

16. If an officer to whom a pension has been granted Pension
t payable to
under this Ordinance is appointed to another office, in the officer after
public service, the payment of his pension may, if the re-employ-
Governor in Council thinks fit, be suspended during the ent.
period of his re-employment.

17. (1) When an officer holding a pensionable office Gratuity to
who is not serving on probation or agreement dies while when ocer
in the service of the Colony, it shall be lawful for the dies in ser-
vice of
Governor in Council to grant a gratuity of an amount not colony.
exceeding one year's pensionable emoluments of such Ord.33-1943,
s. 7.


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26 Ch. 9. No. 6.]


officer and such gratuity shall be payable to his legal
personal representative.
(2) When an officer holding a non-pensionable
office who is not serving on probation or agreement dies
while in the service of the Colony and a gratuity would
have been payable to him in accordance with any regulations
made under this Ordinance if he had been retired as
medically unfit on the day on which he died, it shall be
lawful for the Governor in Council to grant a gratuity not
exceeding the amount of the gratuity which would have
been so payable under the regulations or the amount of
nine months' pay of such officer, whichever shall be the
less, and such gratuity shall be payable to his legal personal
representatives. For the purposes of this subsection the
pay of the officer shall be ascertained in such manner as the
Governor in Council may generally or specially direct.
(3) Notwithstanding the preceding provisions of this
section the Governor in Council may in any case where the
amount of the gratuity payable thereunder does not
exceed the sum of four hundred and eighty dollars, dispense
with the production of probate or letters of administration
and cause the gratuity to be paid to the dependant or
dependants of the officer and, where there is more than one
such dependant, may divide the gratuity among the
dependants in such proportion as he may think fit.


18. (1) Where an officer holding either a pensionable or
a non-pensionable office dies as a result of injuries received-
(a) in the actual discharge of his duty, and
(b) without his own default, and
(c) on account of circumstances specifically attri-
butable to the nature of his duty,
while in the service of the Government of the Colony,
it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council to grant,
in addition to the grant, if any, made to his legal personal
representative or to his dependants under section 17 of
this Ordinance-
(i) if the deceased officer leaves a widow, a pension
to her, while unmarried and of good character, at a
rate not exceeding ten-sixtieths of his annual pension-


Pensions to
dependants
when an
officer is
killed on
duty.
Ord.33-1943,
s. 8.


Pensio~ns..







[Ch. 9. No. 6. 27


able emoluments at the date of the injury or seventy-
two dollars a year, whichever is the greater;
(ii) if the deceased officer leaves a widow to whom
a pension is granted under the preceding paragraph and
a child or children, a pension in respect of each child,
until such child attains the age of eighteen years, of
an amount not exceeding one-eighth of the pension
prescribed under the preceding paragraph;
(iii) if the deceased officer leaves a child or children,
but does not leave a widow or no pension is granted
to the widow, a pension in respect of each child,
until such child attains the age of eighteen years, of
double the amount prescribed by the preceding
paragraph:
(iv) if the deceased officer leaves a child or children
and a widow to whom a pension is granted under
paragraph (i) of this subsection, and the widow sub-
sequently dies, a pension in respect of each child as
from the date of the death of the widow until such
child attains the age of eighteen years, of double
the amount prescribed in paragraph (ii) of this
subsection;
(v) if the deceased officer does not leave a widow,
or if no pension is granted to his widow, and if his
mother was wholly or mainly dependent on him
for her support, a pension to the mother, while of
good character and without adequate means of
support, of an amount not exceeding the pension
which might have been granted to his widow;
Provided that-
A. pension shall not be payable under this sub-
section at any time in respect of more than six
children;
B. in the case of a pension granted under para-
graph (v) of this subsection, if the mother is a widow
at the time of the grant of the pension and subsequently
remarries such pension shall cease as from the date of
re-marriage; and if it appears to the Secretary of
State at any time that the mother is adequately pro-
provided with other means of support, such pension


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Ch. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.


shall cease as from such date as the Secretary of State
may determine;
C. a pension granted to a female child under this
section shall cease upon the marriage of such child
under the age of eighteen years.
(2) In the case of an officer holding a non-pensionable
office, the amount of his pensionable emoluments for the
purposes of the preceding subsection shall be ascertained
in such manner as the Governor in Council may generally
or specially direct.
(3) For the purposes of this section the word child "
shall include-
(a) a posthumous child;
(b) a step-child or illegitimate child born before
the date of the injury and wholly or mainly dependent
upon the deceased officer for support; and
(c) an adopted child, adopted in a manner recognized
by law, before the date of the injury, and dependent
as aforesaid.
(4) If an officer proceeding by a route approved
by the Governor to or from the Colony at the commence-
ment or termination of his service therein, or of a period of
leave therefrom, dies as the result of damage to the vessel,
vehicle or aircraft in which he is travelling, or of any act of
violence directed against such vessel, vehicle or aircraft,
and the Governor is satisfied that such damage or act is
attributable to circumstances arising out of any war in
which His Majesty may be engaged, such officer shall be
deemed, for the purposes of this section, to have died in
the circumstances described in subsection (1) of this
section.
Ord.28-1950, (5) An officer who dies as a result of injuries received
s. 4. while travelling by air in pursuance of official instructions
shall be deemed to have died in the circumstances detailed
in paragraphs (a) and (c) of subsection (1) of this section:
Provided that in such a case and if the provisions of
paragraph (b) thereof are also satisfied the rates of pension
prescribed in paragraphs (i) and (ii) of that subsection shall
be fifteen-sixtieths and one-sixth respectively.


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Pensions.







[Ch. 9. No. 6. 29


(6) This section shall not apply in the case of the
death of any officer selected for appointment in the service
of the Colony on or after the 1st of December, 1938, if his
dependants, as defined in the Workmen's Compensation
Ordinance, are entitled to compensation under that
Ordinance.

19. No pension, gratuity or other allowance granted Pensions not
under this Ordinance shall be assignable or transferable, or assiable or
liable to be attached, sequestered, or levied upon, for or
in respect of any debt or claim whatsoever other than a
debt due to the Government of the Colony and except as
provided for in the next succeeding section.

20. (1) Where an order of maintenance has been made Governor
by a court of competent jurisdiction against any person to '"ofa
whom a pension has been granted, it shall be lawful for the person s
Governor on its being proved to him that there is no reason- owrds the
able probability of such order being satisfied, from time maintenance
to time to deduct from the moneys payable to such person his wife or
by way of pension such sum or sums as the Governor may
deem expedient, and to apply the same to satisfy wholly
or in part the said order.
(2) Where any person to whom a pension has been
granted has left the Colony and deserted and left his wife or
child within the Colony without sufficient means of support,
the Governor, on being satisfied that such wife or child is
by reason of such person's absence from the Colony unable,
and would but for such absence be able, to obtain an
order of maintenance, may from time to time deduct from
the moneys payable to such person by way of pension such
sum or sums as the Governor may deem expedient, and
may apply the same for the maintenance and support of
such wife or child.
(3) Where any person to whom a pension has been
granted has been adjudicated a person of unsound mind, and
has a wife or a child or children living, the Governor may
deduct from the moneys payable to such person by way of
pension such sum or sums as he may deem expedient and
apply the same for the maintenance and support of the
wife or any child or children of such person.


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30 Ch. 9. No. 6.]


Pensions, 21. If any officer to whom a pension or other allowance
tcto cease has been granted under this Ordinance is adjudicated a
ruptcy. bankrupt or is declared insolvent by judgment of the
court, then such pension or allowance shall forthwith
cease:
Provided always that in any case where a pension or
allowance ceases by reason of the bankruptcy or insolvency
of the pensioner, it shall be lawful for the Secretary of
State, or if such pensioner is resident in the Colony then
for the Governor, from time to time during the remainder of
such pensioner's life, or during such shorter period or
periods, either continuous or discontinuous, as the Secretary
of State or the Governor as the case may be shall think fit, to
cause all or any part of the moneys to which such pensioner
would have been entitled by way of pension or allowance,
had he not become a bankrupt or insolvent, to be paid to
or applied for the maintenance and -personal support or
benefit of all or any, to the exclusion of the other or others,
of the following persons, namely, such pensioner and any
wife, child or children of his, in such proportions and
manner as the Secretary of State or the Governor as the
case may be thinks proper, and such moneys shall be paid
or applied accordingly.

Pensions, 22. If any officer to whom a pension or other allowance
etn., toicease has been granted under this Ordinance is sentenced to a
tion. term of imprisonment by any competent court whether
within or without the Colony for any crime or offence,
then in every such case, it shall be lawful for the Secretary
of State, or if the person is resident in the Colony the
Governor, to direct that such pension or allowance shall
forthwith cease:
Provided always that the pension or allowance shall be
restored with retrospective effect in the case of a person
who after conviction at any time receives a free pardon:
Provided further that where a pension or allowance
ceases for the reason aforesaid it shall be lawful for the
Secretary of State or the Governor as the case may be to
cause all or any part of the moneys to which the pensioner
would have been entitled by way of pension or allowance
to be paid to or applied for the benefit of any wife, child
or children of the pensioner, or, after the expiration of


Pensions.







Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 6. 31

his sentence, also for the benefit of the pensioner himself,
in the same manner precisely and subject to the same
qualifications and restrictions as in the case of bankruptcy
hereinbefore provided.

23. If any officer to whom a pension or other allowance Pensions.
has been granted under this Ordinance becomes either a tc. tceas
director of any company the principal part of whose business certain
is in any way directly concerned with the Colony, or an apint-
officer or servant employed in the Colony by any such
company, without in every such case the permission of
the Governor in writing first had and obtained, then in
every such case it shall be lawful for the Governor to direct
that such pension or allowance shall forthwith cease:
Provided always that it shall be lawful for the Governor,
on being satisfied that the person in respect of whose
pension or allowance any such direction shall have been
given has ceased to be a director of such company or to
be employed as an officer or servant of such company
in the Colony, as the case may be, to give directions for
the restoration of such pension or allowance, with retro-
spective effect, if he shall see fit, to such a date as he shall
specify.

24. In any case in which doubt shall arise, the Governor Governor in
in Council, subject to the approval of the Secretary of o",l to
State, shall have full power and authority to determine questions
who shall be considered public officers within the meaning asing under
of this Ordinance, and to decide all questions which may Ordinance.
arise in respect to the period of service to be allowed in
computing the claims of officers, and likewise all questions
that may arise in respect to the pension, gratuity or other
allowance to be granted to any officer whose official
emoluments may have been derived partly from salary
and partly from fees or other allowances; and also all other
questions of whatever nature which may arise in connection
with the provisions of this Ordinance and of the regulations
made hereunder.

25. (1) The provisions of this Ordinance shall apply- Application
(a) to all officers appointed to the public service of Ordinance.
the Colony after the 1st of August, 1934; and Ord.3-1943.
Ord. 8-1944.







32 Ch. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.

(b) to all officers in the service of the Colony on
the 1st of August, 1934, and to all officers who, having
been in the service of the Colony, have before that
date been transferred to other public service, and arc
still serving at that date, unless within one year of
such date or such longer period as the Governor
may in any special case allow any such officer shall
have given notice in writing to the Colonial Secretary
of his desire that the provisions of the Ordinances
and regulations repealed by this Ordinance shall
continue to apply to him.
Limitation (2) This Ordinance shall not have effect in relation
otonpp.a- to any case in which pension privileges, gratuities or
other allowances fall to be awarded or have been awarded
thereunder by reason of the officer in question having
ceased to be in the public service before the 18th of
November, 1943: Provided that section 9 shall apply in
the case of all Inspectors, subordinate police officers or
constables to whom the circumstances contemplated by
subsection (2) of that section become applicable hereafter
or have become applicable since the 29th of November,
1942: Provided further that subsection (6) of section 12
and regulation 4 of the Second Schedule hereto, shall apply
in the case of all female officers who hereafter retire,
or who have retired since the 1st of June, 1941, from the
service of the Government in the circumstances contem-
plated by those provisions.
Repeal. (3) The Ordinances and regulations repealed by this
Ordinance are those specified in the Third Schedule hereto:
Saving Provided that such repeal shall not nor shall anything
istingo in this Ordinance affect the pensions granted to any persons
pensioners. who have retired from the public service before the 1st of
August, 1934.

Saving 26. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-
clause. section (2) of section 7 hereof and in regulations 13 and 14
in the Second Schedule hereto, where an officer in the
service of the Colony or in other public service on the 1st
of December, 1938, had before that date served in a civil
capacity otherwise than in a pensionable office, then, if it
should be to his advantage, his pension may be calculated
on the conditions which would apply if subsection (2)







Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 6. 33

of section 9 of Ordinance No. 16 of 1934, as originally
enacted, had continued in force and if for the first paragraph
of regulation 13 in the Second Schedule hereto there were
substituted the first paragraph of regulation 13 in the
Second Schedule to Ordinance No. 16 of 1934, and as if
the second proviso to regulation 14 (3) in the Second
Schedule hereto were omitted.
(2) Where, prior to the 1st of December, 1938, an
officer has been granted a pension under Ordinance No. 16
of 1934, and has been appointed to another office in the
service of the Colony, any pension granted to him on his
subsequent retirement may be computed as if section 16
of that Ordinance, as originally enacted, had continued in
force.
(3) For the purpose of calculating pension privileges, oition Io
gratuities or other allowances under the Pensions Ordinance previous ser-
(Ch. 9. No. 6-1940), as from time to time amended, being icein
Grade I1
pension privileges, gratuities or allowances which fall to be pensionable
awarded by reason of the officers in question ceasing to be in offices
the public service after the 18th of November, 1943, any
Grade II pensionable offices in which such officers served at
any time prior to such date shall be deemed to have been
Grade I pensionable offices.

27. The regulations numbered 11, 12 and 17, as set out Idem,
in the Fourth Schedule hereto, which formed part of the P ns
Pensions Regulations, 1934, have been revoked with effect 1938,
from the 1st of January, 1939: para. 22.
Provided that for the purpose of computing the pension
of an officer who shall have held any office mentioned in
paragraph (2) of the said regulation 11 prior to the 1st of
January, 1939, the said regulations 11, 12 and 17 shall
be deemed to continue m force in respect of his tenure of
that office, but no service subsequent to his appointment on
or after that date to any other office whether in the Colony
or in other public service shall be taken into account as
service in an office mentioned in paragraph (2) of the said
regulation 11 in computing an addition to his pension
under those regulations.
Ordinance
28. The Pensions (Amendment) Ordinance, 1933, shall No. 38 of
continue in force and be read as one with this Ordinance, continue
T.-II. q in force.








34 Ch. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.


and the reference therein to section 8 (a) of the Principal
Ordinance shall be read as a reference to subsection (1)
of section 15 of this Ordinance.

Regulations 29. The Pensions Regulations appearing in the Fifth
in 5th
Schedule. Schedule hereto shall be deemed always to have had
Ord.33-1943, effect.
s. 11.
Service of 30. For the purposes of this Ordinance any person who
officers tns was holding office in the service of the Government of
ferred to the
Colony from Palestine on the 14th May, 1948, and who thereafter has
oces under been or is appointed to the service of the Government of
ment of the Colony shall be deemed to have continued in the
alestino be service of the Government of Palestine until he has been
deemed to be
continuous or is so appointed to the service of the Government of the
with service COlOny
under te Colony.
Government
of the SCHEDULES.
Colony.

(Section 2.) FIRST SCHEDULE.
Royal Gazette,
1935, Ga20. Scheduled Governments.
1936, p. 914. Great Britain and Northern Ireland, including service which is pensionable
p. 1055.
1938p. 1060. under the Teachers' (Superannuation) Act, 1925, being 15 and
16 Geo. 5, Cap. 59 of the Imperial Parliament.
The Office of the Crown Agents for the Colonies.
The Colonial Audit Department (Home Establishment).
Aden. Kenya and Uganda Railways
Bahamas. and Harbour Administration.
Barbados. Leeward Islands.
Basutoland. Malta.
Bechuanaland. Mauritius.
Bermuda. New Hebrides.
British Guiana. Nigeria.
British Honduras. Northern Rhodesia.
British Solomon Islands Protectorate. Nyasaland.
Cyprus. Seychelles.
Dominica. Sierra Leone,
Falkland Islands. Somaliland.
Federated Malay States. St. Helena.
Fiji. St. Lucia.
Gambia. St. Vincent.
Gibraltar. Straits Settlements.
Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony. Swaziland.
Gold Coast. Tanganyika Territory.
Grenada. Tonga.
Hong Kong. Turks and Caicos Islands.
Jamaica. Uganda.
Kenya. Zanzibar.








Pensions.


[Ch. 9. No. 6. 35


SECOND SCHEDULE. (Section
4 (3).)
Regulations for the granting of Pensions, Gratuities and RoyalGaze,
other Allowances to Public Officers.
PART I.

REGULATIONS OF GENERAL APPLICATION.
1. (1) These regulations may be cited as the Pensions Regulations, 1938. Short title.
(2) In these regulations Ordinance means the Pensions Ordinance.
2. Subject to the provisions of the Ordinance and of these regulations, Pensions to
every officer holding a pensionable office in the service of the Colony who whom and at
has been in such service for ten years or upwards may be granted on his be granted.
retirement a pension at the rate of 1/600ths of his pensionable emoluments
in respect of each complete month of service until the maximum of
two-thirds (400/600ths) is reached.
3. An officer, otherwise qualified for a pension, who has not completed Gratuities.
ten years' service may be granted on retirement a gratuity not exceeding
five times the annual amount of the pension which if there had been no
qualifying period might have been granted to him under regulation No. 2.
4. Where a female officer, having held a pensionable office or offices Gratuity to
under the Government for not less than five years and having been female
confirmed in a pensionable office, retires from the service of the Govern- officer re-
ment for the reason that she has married or is about to marry, and is not tiarig on
eligible for the grant of any pension or otherwise eligible for a gratuity
under this Part of these regulations, she may be granted on production
within six months after her retirement, or such longer period as the
Governor may in any particular case allow, of satisfactory evidence of
her marriage, a gratuity not exceeding one-twelfth of a month's pensionable
emoluments for each complete month of pensionable service under the
Government of the Colony or one year's pensionable emoluments,
whichever shall be the less: Provided that, where a period of service
under the Government otherwise than in a pensionable office is taken
into account for the purposes of this regulation by virtue of sections 7 or 8
of the Ordinance, the officer shall, during that period be deemed for the
purposes of this regulation to be holding a pensionable office and to have
been confirmed therein.
5. Subject to the provisions of section 7 of the Ordinance and of these Period of
regulations, service qualifying for pension, gratuity or allowance as the service in
case may be shall be the inclusive period between the date on which an the Colony
qualifying
officer begins to draw salary or half salary from the funds of the Colony for pension
and the date of his leaving the service of the Colony. or gratuity
defined.
6. Service in respect of which pension, gratuity or allowance will be Service to be
ranted must be unbroken, except in cases where the service has been unbroken.
mterrupted by abolition of office or other temporary suspension of
employment not arising from misconduct or gross negligence or voluntary
resignation:
3 (2)









36 Ch. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.

Provided that service prior to a break of service may be allowed to
count for pension together with service subsequent to such break if the
whole intervening period has been spent in some other employment under
the Crown.

Special 7. Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding regulation No. (,
provisions an officer-
relating to
emplovyent (Ih) whose pension has been suspended under section l1 of the
after break Ordinance or under a corresponding provision in any law or regulation
of service. relating to the grant of pensions in respect of public service, or
(b) who has retired from the public service without pension on
account of ill-health, abolition of oftice, or re-organisation designed
to effect greater eflicienc and econ and cono and has subsequently been
re-employed in the public service, or
(c) who has left service pensionable under the Teachers (Super-
annuation) Act, 1925, with a view to entering public service not being
service pensionable under the said Act, and has, not later than three
months after leaving such first mentioned service, received any
salary in respect of employment in public service not so pensionable,
may, if the Governor in Council thinks lit, be granted the pension or
gratuity for which he would have been eligible if any break in his public
service immediately prior to such suspension, re-employment or employ-
ment had not occurred; such pension to be in lieu of-
(i) any pension previously granted to him from the funds of the
Colony, and
(ii) any gratuity so granted which is required to be refunded as a
condition of the application to the officer of this regulation,
but additional to any gratuity so granted which is not required to be
refunded as aforesaid:
Provided that in calculating a pension granted in pursuance of this
regulation, no account shall be taken for any purposes of the period during
which he was not in public service.

Comrutation 8. (1) For the purpose of computing the amount of an officer's pension,
of pensions gratuity or allowance, the following periods shall be taken into account
and as pensionable service-
gratuities.
Periods of (a) any periods during which he has been on duty;
service and
absence. (b) any period during which he received half salary from the
funds of the Colony while proceeding to the Colony on first
appointment;
(c) any periods during which he has been absent from duty on
leave with full pay;
(d) any periods during which he has been absent from duty on
leave either on partial pay or without salary, granted on grounds
of public policy with the approval of the Secretary of State and
during which he has not qualified for pension or gratuity in respect
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[Ch. 9. No. 6. 37


(2) The periods during which an officer has been absent on leave Athcnce on
on half pay shall, for tlhe purpose of computing thli amount of an officer's half-pay
pension, gratuity or allowance, be counted at the rate of one month for leave.
every two months of such periods, but the whole of such periods shall be
counted for the purpose of determining whether an officer is eligible
for pension.
(3) Any period during which an officer absent on leave from tle War service.
Colony lhas, with the consent of the Governor or the Secretary of State,
served with His Majesty's armed forces during the war (1914 1918),
or in any other capacity connected with the state of war, may be counted
as service on full pay.
(4) Any periods during which he has been absent on leave, other Periods not
than those specified above, shall be deducted from the officer's total taken into
service in order to arrive at his period of pensionable service. account.
9. Where an officer has performed acting service in a pensionable office Acting
in the Colony, the period of such service may be taken into account as service.
pensionable service: Provided that--
(a) the period of such acting service was not part of the pensionable
service of the substantive holder of the office and does not fall to be
reckoned as part of the officer's own pensionable service in other
public service; and
(b) this period of service is immediately preceded or followed by
service in the Colony in a substantive capacity in a pensionable
office or, subject to the provisions of subsection (2) of section 7 of the
Ordinance, in a non-pensionable office.
10. For the purpose of computing the amount of an officer's pension, Computation
gratuity, or allowance- of pensions,
etc., on what
(a) in the case of an officer who has held one office for a period of emolument-
three years immediately preceding the date of his retirement, the to be based.
full pensionable emoluments payable to him at that date in respect
of that office shall be taken;
(b) in the case of an officer who at any time during such period of
three years has been transferred from one office to another, but whose
pensionable emoluments have not been changed by reason of such
transfer or transfers, the full pensionable emoluments payable to
him at the date of his retirement in respect of the office then held by
him shall be taken;
(c) in other cases one-third of the aggregate pensionable emolu-
ments payable to the officer in respect of his service during the said
three years shall be taken:
Provided that-
(i) if such one-third is less than the full pensionable emolu-
ments which were payable to him at the date of his transfer
within such period of three years the Governor in Council may
grant him a pension calculated on the full pensionable
emoluments payable to him at that date; and
(ii) if such one-third is less than the fullpensionableemoluments 2G3.12.43.
which would have been enjoyed by him at the date of his


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38 Ch. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.

retirement, if he had continued to hold any office from which
he had been transferred at any time during such period of
three years, and had received all increments which in the
opinion of the Governor in Council, would have been granted
to him, the full pensionable emoluments which would have
been so payable to him shall be taken: and
(iii) for the purposes of calculating pensionable emoluments
under this paragraph the officer shall be deemed to have been
on duty on full pensionable emoluments througlTout the said
three years.
Rates of 11. (1) In the case of an officer who retires, or is removed from office,
pension or in circumstances contemplated by subsection (4) of section 12 of the
gratuity Ordinance, and who is otherwise eligible for pension, his pension may be
awhn ol ie increased at the rate of the number of 720ths of his pensionable
emoluments exceeding the pension allowed under regulation No. 2 by
the numbers following (that is to say):-
In the case of an officer who has served-
(a) 20 years and upwards ... ... ... ... ... 60
(b) less than 20 years, but not less than 17 years ... ... 48
(c) less than 17 years, but not less than 15 years ... ... 36
(d) less than 15 years, but not less than 12 years ... ... 24
(e) less than 12 years, but not less than 10 years ... ... 12
(2) No additional pension shall be granted under paragraph (1)
of this regulation so as to entitle an officer to a higher total pension than
the maximum of two-thirds of his pensionable emoluments at the date he
ceased to be in the service of the Colony or than the pension for which
he would have qualified by length of service on reaching the age of
sixty years whichever shall be the lower amount.
(3) If the officer has been in the service of the Colony for less than
the qualifying period of ten years, he may be granted a pension calculated
in accordance with regulation No. 2 as if there had been no qualifying
period.
Officers 12. (1) Where an officer holding either a pensionable or a non-
retiring on pensionable office in the Colony has been permanently injured-
account of'
injuries. (a) in the actual discharge of his duty, and
(b) without his own default, and
(c) by some injury specifically attributable to the nature of his duty,
and his retirement is thereby necessitated or materially accelerated, he
may be granted in respect of such injury in addition to the pension, if
any, granted to him under these regulations, an annual allowance in
proportion to the extent of his injury as follows:-
When his capacity to contribute to his support is-
slightly impaired ... .. ... ... ... 60/720ths.
impaired ... ... ... ... ... ... 120/720ths.
materially impaired ... ... ... ... .. 180/720ths.
totally destroyed ... ... .. ... ... 240/720ths.
Provided that no such allowance shall, together with the pension,
exceed 600/720ths of his pensionable emoluments at the date of the injury.








Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 6. 39


(IA) If an officer proceeding by a route approved by the Governor
to or from the Colony at the commencement or termination of his services
therein or of a period of leave therefrom, is permanently injured as a
result of damage to the vessel, vehicle or aircraft in which he is travelling,
or of any act of violence directed against such vessel, vehicle or aircraft,
and the Governor is satisfied that such damage or act is attributable to
circumstances arising out of any war in which His Majesty may beengaged,
such officer shall be deemed, for the purposes of this regulation to have
been injured in the circumstances described in paragraph (1) of this
regulation;
(1i) An officer who is permanently injured while travelling by air
in pursuance of official instructions shall be deemed to have been injured
in the circumstances detailed in sub-paragraphs (a) and (c) of paragraph (1):
Provided that in such a case and if the provisions of sub-paragraph (b) are
also satisfied the rates of pension prescribed in that paragraph shall be
90/720ths; 180/720ths; 270/720ths and 360/720ths respectively.
(2) The allowance shall be less than the above-mentioned
maximum by such amount as the Governor in Council shall think reasonable
in the following cases-
(a) where the injured officer has continued to serve for not less
than one year after the injury in respect of which he retires;
(b) where the injured officer is fifty years of age or upwards at
the date of the injury; or,
(c) where the injury is not the sole cause of retirement, for instance
if the retirement is caused partly by age or infirmity not due to the
injury.
(3) When the officer so injured is a pensionable officer but has less
than ten years' service, and he is not eligible for an ordinary pension, he
may be granted in lieu of a gratuity an annual allowance of so many
720ths as the number of months he has actually served, in addition to
the number of 720ths that may be awarded to him under paragraphs (1)
and (2), of this regulation.
(4) An officer so injured who is not qualified for either a pension
under regulation No. 2 or a gratuity under regulation No. 3 may neverthe-
less be granted an annual allowance of the same amount as the additional
allowance which he might have been granted if he had been so qualified.
(5) This regulation shall not apply in the case of any officer selected
for appointment to the service of the Colony on or after the 1st of
December, 1938, who, in consequence of his injury, is entitled to com-
pensation under the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance.
12A. (1) An officer holding a non-pensionable office may, in the Gratuities
circumstances contemplated by this regulation as hereinafter set forth, in case of
be granted, unless the Governor in Council otherwise directs, a com- certain
holders of
passionate gratuity not exceeding 12 days pay for each year of his service non-pension-
under the Government. able office
(2) The circumstances contemplated by this regulation are that
the service of the officer under the Government is terminated in
consequence of the abolition of his office, or because his services through








40 Ch. 9. No. 6.]


no fault of his own are no longer required, or for the purpose of facilitating
improvements in the organisation of the department to which he belongs
by which economy can be effected, or on his being found to the satisfaction
of the Governor to be medically unfit for further service, or on or after he
has attained the retiring age of sixty years, and that in any such case he
has been in the service of the Government for not less than seven years.
(3) For the purposes of this regulation-
(a) pay includes the value of free quarters and any allowance
which the Governor in Council may generally or specially direct to
be included;
(b) regulations 6 and 7 may be disregarded, but directions may be
given by the Governor in Council, either generally or in any particular
case, for disregarding periods of service prior to breaks of three years
or more, or prior to dismissal for misconduct or to voluntary
resignation, or periods during which any such person has worked less
than a number of days prescribed in the directions, and such
directions shall have effect as if they were contained in this
regulation;
(c) an officer who, having held a non-pensionable office, is serving
on probation in a pensionable office, shall be deemed to hold a
non-pensionable office and his pay shall be deemed to be the
pensionable emoluments of a pensionable office or the pay last
received by him in respect of his service in a non-pensionable office,
whichever shall be the greater.
(4) A gratuity under this regulation shall not be granted to an
officer unless he is in the service of the Government on the coming into
force of this regulation.
(5) For the purposes of this regulation-
(a) No calendar year in which the officer has worked less than
156 days (hereinafter called a non-effective year) shall be reckoned
for gratuity.
(b) Three consecutive non-effective years shall be a bar to the
inclusion of any previous service.
(c) An aggregate of 7 non-effective years shall be a bar to the
inclusion of any year prior to the earliest of the years making up
such aggregate.

PART II.

SPECIAL REGULATIONS FOR TRANSFERRED OFFICERS.
Application 13. Subject to the succeeding regulations, the provisions of sections 15
of certain and 16 of the Ordinance, shall apply to the case of an officer who has been
sections of transferred to or from the service of the Colony from or to other public
the Ordin-
ance and of service, and the provisions of subsection (2) of section 7 of the Ordinance
regulations and regulations Nos. 4 to 10 inclusive shall apply to the case of an officer
in Part I. so transferred as if his whole service had been in the Colony:
Provided that in the application of section 15 of the Ordinance to
cases falling under the limitation of section 14 of the Ordinance, the
words such pension in section 15 shall be taken to mean the amount


Pensions.








[Ch. 9. No. 6. 41


of pension which he might have drawn from the funds of the Colony if
he had not elected for a gratuity and reduced pension.
14. (1) Where the other public service of an officer has been wholly Pensions for
under one or more of the Scheduled Governments, and his aggregate service
service would have qualified him had he been wholly in the Colony, for theolly
a pension under the Ordinance, he may, on his retirement from the group.
public service in circumstances in which he is permitted by the law or
regulations of the service in which he is last employed to retire on pension
or gratuity, be granted a pension from the funds of the Colony of such
an amount, as shall bear the same proportion to the amount of pension
for which he would have been eligible had his service been wholly in the
Colony, as the aggregate amount of his pensionable emoluments during
his service in the Colony shall bear to the aggregate amount of his pen-
sionable emoluments throughout his service in the group.
(2) In determining for the purposes of this regulation the pension
for which an officer would have been eligible if his service had been wholly
in the Colony-
(a) the final pensionable emoluments shall be taken to be those of
his last period of service in the group;
(b) no regard shall be had to subsection (4) of section 12 of the
Ordinance, or to regulations Nos. 11 and 12;
(c) regard shall be had to the condition that pension may not exceed
two-thirds of the highest pensionable emoluments;
(d) no period of other public service under any Scheduled Govern-
ment which does not grant a pension or gratuity to the officer shall
be taken into account:
Provided that where an officer entered the public service prior to the
1st of January, 1930, his pension in respect of his service in the Colony may
be calculated as though any Scheduled Government under which he has
served had not been included in the First Schedule to the Ordinance, if
this should be to his advantage.
(3) The aggregate amount of his pensionable emoluments shall be
taken as the total amount of salary which the officer would have drawn
and the total amount of the other pensionable emoluments which he
would have enjoyed had he been on duty on full pay in his substantive
office or offices throughout his period of service in the group subsequent
to the attainment of the age of twenty years:
Provided that in calculating the aggregate amount of his pensionable
emoluments no account shall be taken of any service under any Scheduled
Government which does not grant the officer a pension or gratuity:
Provided further that where under subsection (2) of section 7 of the
Ordinance one-half only of any service in a civil capacity otherwise than
in a pensionable office is taken into account as pensionable service, one-
half only of the officer's aggregate emoluments during that service shall
be taken into account for the calculation aforesaid.
15. Where a part only of the other public service of an officer has been Pension
under one or more of the Scheduled Governments, the provisions of service both
regulation No. 14 shall apply; but in calculating the amount of pension within and
regard shall be had only to service in the group. not within
the group.


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42 Ch. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.


Servv with 16. Where tilt other public service of an officer has not been wholly
inon- under one or more of tile Scheduled Ilovernmentts and his aggregate
isch dule service \\woul have rend'ieired him n eligible. had it been whioll\ in the
C-olon ,. for A, pension unl der these regulate ions, he miay', on his ultimate
retirement from the public service in circumstances in which he is permitted
by the law or regulations of the service in which lihe is last employed to
retire on pension or gr .uitiv. be granted, in lieu of the pension which
might be granted :ilder regulation No. 15. at pension from tlie funds of
thle (olonv of anl aloll unlt equal to tlie arithinmetic llme~ni between tlie
pension wilich lie could lhave been granted from tlhe funds of the Colony
if his service lhal been whollv under one or more of tlihe Scheduled
(l overlitnmenls t.ld tlie pens ion whihichi he would receive fronl tie funds of
the Colony in tilthe absence of this regulation:
Provided that the pension which may be grTanted under this regulations
shall not exceed tlie pension which thle officer would receive from the
funds of tile Colony in the absence of this regulation Wb more than
one-third of the latter.

\ddtlonatl 17. Where an officer who has been transferred from other public service
pnIctsion in ,and whose a-ggregate service would have rendered him eligible, had it
resIpect Of been wholly ill tilte (olon, for a pension under these regulations, is
ri' iO r compul0sorily retired front tlie public service in circumstances mentioned
tni o'f :iace. in subsection k41 of section 12 of the Ordinance he nmay if at theie time he
is in the service of the Colony, be granted from the funds of tile Colony,
ill addition to the pension granted to hin under regulation No. 14, 15 or 16,
as the case mayi be. an addition to pension equal to tile addition to pension
which might have been granted to him if his total pensionable service
had been in thet Colony.

AI\ditional 18. Where an officer who has been transferred from other public
pension to service and whose aggregate service would have rendered him eligible,
oute. r had it been wholly in tle C'olony, for a pension under these regulations,
rvtlltrll! oI.
ri1n Of aeni e te r to n
coint of is compulsorily retired from the public service in circumstances mentioned
injury in regulation No. 12. he may, if at the time e is in te nte service of the
Colony, be granted from the funds of the Colony the addition to pension
allowed by that regulation as well as the pension granted under regulation
No. 14, 15 or 16. as the case may be.
Gituties 10. (1) Where an officer who has been transferred to or from the
where engtnh service of the Colony from or to other public service retires from the
t service public service in circumstances in which he is permitted by the law or
qu.alifv for regulations of the service in which lie is last employed to retire on pension
pension. or gratuity, but has not completed in the aggregate the minimum period
of service qualifying him for a pension, lie may be granted from the funds
of the Colony a gratuity not exceeding five times the annual amount of
the pension which, if there had been no qualifying period, might have
been granted to him if his case had fallen under regulation No. 14, 15 or 16,
as the case may be.
In casi's of (2) Where such an officer is compulsorily retired from the public
abortion or service, in circumstances mentioned in subsection (4) of section 12 of the
r -or i Ordinance, he may, if at the time he is in the service of the Colony, be
granted, in lieu of a gratuity as contemplated in the preceding paragraph (1)










Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 6. 43


a pension calculated in accordance with regulation No. 14, 15 or 16, as
the case may be, as if there had been no qualifying period prescribed in
those regulations or in regulation No. 2.
(3) Where such an officer is conmpulsorily retired from Ithe public Int cases of
service in circumstances mentioned in regulation No. 12, he may, if at the injury.
time lie is in the service of the Colony, be treated as if lie had no other
public service,. but he shall not be granted in addition thle gratuity for
which lie is eligible under paragraph (1) of this regulation.
20. Where an officer who is transferred to other public service is not (oliccrs
granted a pension or gratuity in respect of his employment in tle service transferred
in which lhe is last employed, solely by reason of the fact that lite has not v othervi
completed twelve months' service therein, lie slihall not, on that account, and retiring
he disqualified from receiving a pension or gratuity from tlhe funds of after less
the Colony, if otherwise eligible therefore. than twelve
months'
employment
in last
service.
21. A female officer who has been transferred to or from the service of Gratuity on
this Colony and who retires for the reason that she has married, or is retirement
about to marry, and is in consequence eligible for a gratuity under regula- of transferred
female
tion No. 4 or corresponding provisions of the law or regulations of other officers on
public service in which slit is last employed, may be granted a gratuity account of
which bears to the gratuity for which she would be eligible if her public marriage.
service had been wholly in the service in which she is last employed the
proportion which her service in tile Colony hears to her total public
service:
Provided that, for the purpose of computing such an officer's total
public service under this paragraph, no regard shall be had to any service
under a Government which does not grant a gratuity to her in consequence
of her retirement.



THIRD SCHEDULE. (Section 25.)

Enactments repealed by Ordinance No. 16 of 1934.
Cap. 83-1925 Revised Laws.-The Pensions Ordinance.
No. 1-1926.-The Pensions (Amendment) Ordinance, 1926.
No. 7-1927.-The Pensions (Amendment) Ordinance, 1927.
No. 23-1928.-The Pensions (Amendment) Ordinance, 1928.
No. 3-1929.-The Pensions (Amendment) Ordinance, 1929.
No. 28-1930.-The Pensions (Amendment) Ordinance, 1930.
The Pensions Regulations, 1932, and the amendments and additions
thereto by regulations made by the Governor in Council of the 7th of April,
1932, 29th of September, 1932, 22nd of December, 1932, and 14th of
September, 1933.









44 Ch. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.

(Section 27.) FOURTH SCHEDULE.

Extract from the repealed Pensions Regulations, 1934.

Professional 11. (1) In computing the pension of an officer who, on retirement from
qualifications the service, holds one of the offices mentioned in paragraph (2) hereunder,
the additions therein mentioned may be made to his period of service:
Provided that-
(a) no addition shall be made which, together with the number of
years of actual service shall amount to more than thirty-five years:
and
(b) no addition of years shall be made in excess of the number of
years by which the officer's age at the date of his entering the
pensionable service of the Crown exceeded twenty years;
(c) the full addition shall not be made unless he has served ten years
in the office from which he retires, or in an office of the same class;
if, however, he has served less than ten ears in such an office or
in an office of the same class, an addition may be made which shall
have the like proportion to the full addition which the number of
months he has served in such capacity bears to ten years.
(2) The number of years to be added to the period of service,
under the preceding paragraph (1), for the purpose of computing pensions
is as follows:--
For the First Class ... ... ... ... Ten years.
For the Second Class ... ... ... ... Five years.
For the Third Class ... ... ... ... Three years.
The First Class comprises :
Judges of the Supreme Court.
The Second Class comprises :
Attorney General.
Surgeon General (or Director of Medical Services).
Director of Public Works (or Director of Works and Transport or
Director of Works and Hydraulics), when a member of the Institute
of Civil Engineers.
The Third Class comprises
Solicitor General.
Assistant Law Officer (or Crown Counsel).
Medical Officers.
Magistrates, when Barristers-at-Law or Advocates of the Scotch
Bar.
Director of Public Works (or Director of Works and Transport
or Director of Works and Hydraulics), not a member of the Institute
of Civil Engineers.
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
For the purpose of computing the officer's pension each year added
shall be equivalent to 12;720ths, and each month to 1/720ths.









Pensions.


[Ch. 9. No. 6. 45


12. If a pension is granted to any officer who, during any portion of Private
the ten years preceding his retirement, has been allowed the private practice.
practice of his profession, the full addition for professional or peculiar
qualifications referred to in the preceding regulations shall not be made;
he may nevertheless be granted such proportion of the full addition as
the Governor in Council with the approval of the Secretary of State may
determine.

17. Where an officer has been transferred to or from the service of the Additional
Colony from or to other public service and held at the date of his transfer pension in
or retirement, as the case may be, from the service of the Colony, one of respect of
professional
the offices mentioned in regulation No. 11, he may on his ultimate retire- qualifications
ment from the public service in circumstances in which he is permitted
by the law or regulations of the service in which he is last employed to
retire on pension or gratuity, be granted, in addition to the pension
granted to him under regulation No. 14, 15 or 16, as the case may be, an
addition to pension which shall bear to the addition to pension which he
might have received under regulation No. 11 if he had had no other
public service, the same proportion which the length of his pensionable
service in the Colony bears to the length of his total pensionable service
in the public service:
Provided that-
(a) he shall not be disqualified from receiving an addition to pension
by reason of the fact that his service in the Colony would not by
itself have rendered him eligible for a pension; and
(b) in determining the addition to pension which he might have
received if he had had no other public service, regard shall be had
to his age at the date of his first entering the public service, but
regard shall not be had, save for the purposes of the following
proviso, to proviso (c) to regulation No. 11 (1);
(c) the addition to pension actually granted under this regulation
shall not be greater than that which might have been granted under
regulation No. 11 if he had had no other public service.



FIFTH SCHEDULE. (Section 29.)
R.G. 26.10.33
Pensionable
1. Pensionable offices in respect of Service in the Colony shall be of offices to be
two Grades to be designated as Grade I and Grade II. The offices in two Grades-
the respective Grades are enumerated in the Schedule* to these I and II.
Regulations.
2. Officers serving in offices in Grade I shall be eligible for full pension Privileges of
officers in the
privileges, gratuities or other allowances subject to the provisions of the different
Pensions Ordinance and the Regulations made thereunder. Officers Grades.
serving in offices in Grade II shall be eligible for pension, gratuity or other (Cap. 83-
allowance at three-fourths the rate for which they would have been 1925.)
Schedule not printed. For offices, see R.G. 26.10.33, and subsequent
Royal Gazettes.









46 Ch. 9. No. 6.] Pensions.

eligible if they had served in an office in Grade I: Provided that where
service in an office in Grade I has been immediately preceded by an
unbroken period of service in an office in Grade II, the whole period of
able offices service may be taken into account as though it were service in an office
in Grade I.
3. Non-pensionable offices shall be those which have not been declared
Transfers. to be pensionable under section 2 of the Pensions (Amendment)
Reservation
of rights. Ordinance, 1927.
4. Where a pensionable office has been transferred from one Grade
to another, or a pensionable office has been declared to be no longer
pensionable, and the rights of the holder of such office have been preserved,
such rights shall be preserved so long as the officer continued in that
office (whether his salary has been increased or not) but immediately he
Transfers is transferred to another office the conditions set out in regulations 5
from Grade I
to Grade II. and 6 following shall apply.
5. (1) An officer who has been transferred from an office of a higher
Grade to one of a lower grade may by notice in writing to the Colonial
Secretary within one month of his transfer, elect either-
(a) to count the whole of his service under the Government of
the Colony as service in the higher Grade but only on the basis of
the salary which he received immediately prior to his transfer, or
(b) to count the whole of his service under the Government of
the Colony as service in the lower Grade on the basis of the salary
which he will have drawn in that Grade at the time of his retirement.
(2) In the event of an officer failing within the time appointed, or
within such further time as the Governor in Executive Council may in
any particular case allow, to elect as in this section provided, he shall
be deemed to have elected to count the whole of his service under the
Government of the Colony as service in the lower grade.
6. Where an officer has been transferred from a pensionable office to
an office as holder of which he is required to become a depositor under
the Provident Fund Ordinance, 1930, or any Ordinance amending or
replacing the same, the provisions of that Ordinance shall apply.
7. The definition of the term non-pensionable office in No. 3 of the
Pensions Regulations, 1932, and the regulations made by the Governor
in Executive Council on the 22nd day of December, 1932, further defining
the said term are hereby revoked.
8. (1) For the purposes of this regulation the expression non-
pensionable office means an office, other than a pensionable office, which
would have been a non-pensionable office within the meaning of the
Pensions Regulations, 1932, as from time to time amended, if regulations 3
and 7 of these regulations had not been made.
(2) Regulations 21 and 22 of the Pensions Regulations, 1932, shall
be deemed always to have had effect as though the expression non-
pensionable office where used therein had the meaning assigned to it
by paragraph (1) of this regulation.








Overseas Nurses' Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 7. 47


CHAPTER 9. No.7.

OVERSEAS NURSES' PENSIONS.


AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF RETIRING Ordinance.
ALLOWANCES TO CERTAIN NURSES AND MATRONS. 1940.7


[1st January, 1926.J Commence-
ment.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Overseas Nurses' Short title.
Pensions Ordinance.

2. Ill this Ordinance- Interpre-
tation.
public service means service under any Govern-
ment or local authority, whether within the Common-
wealth countries or not;
public hospital includes any hospital controlled
by a regularly constituted governing body, and not
carried on for private profit, and whether within the
Commonwealth countries or not.

3. A Nursing Sister or Matron, who has served not less Rate of
than three years in this Colony and not less than fifteen allowance.
years in all in the public service or in a public hospital to
which she received an appointment through the Overseas
-Nursing Association and who is not entitled to a pension or
gratuity under the Pensions Ordinance may be granted
on her ultimate retirement a retiring allowance calculated
at the rate of two dollars per annum for each month of
her service in this Colony. For the purposes of this section
such total service need not be continuous:
Provided that, except in the case of retirement on account
Illness, no such retiring allowance shall be payable
util the Nursing Sister or Matron reaches the age of fifty;





















48 Ch. 9. No. 7. Orvrseas .\urss' I'cesi
and provided further that the grant of such retiring
allowance shall be dependent on the production to the
satisfaction of the Secretary of State of certificates of
satisfactory service in respect of each period of total
qualifying service subsequent to the 1st of January, 1926.
and that the total retiring allowance drawn by the Nursing
Sister or Matron shall not exceed the amount of pension
which she would have drawn if her whole service had been
pensionable service in this Colony:
Provided also that in the case of retirement on account
of illness the above mentioned total service of fifteen years
shall be reduced to ten years.

Applicatao. 4. This Ordinance shall apply to Nurses and Matrons
i Ordinance in the service of this Colony on or after the 1st of January,
192i.








II'idow's' aml Orphans' Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 8.


CHAPTER 9. No. 8.

WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS' PENSIONS.

Ordinances.
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO PENSIONS TO WIDOWS AND Ch.9. No 8-
CHILDREN OF I)ECEASED PUBLIC OFFICERS. N19l41.
S25-1942.
S 2-1945.
[1st August, 1934.] Commence-
ment.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Widows' and Short title.
Orphans' Pensions Ordinance.

2. In this Ordinance- Interpre-
Fund means the Public Service Widows' and
Orphans' Fund established under Ordinance No. 25
of 1898;
pensionable age as applied to children means, in Ord. 2-1945.
the case of a male, that he is under the age of twenty- s" 2.
one years, and, in the case of a female that she is
under the age of twenty-one years and has not been
married; a child shall be deemed to cease to be of
pensionable age within the meaning of this Ordinance,
if a male, on attaining the age of twenty-one years or
dying under that age, and, if a female, on attaining
the age of twenty-one years, or dying or marrying under
that age;
"public officer means any male person for the
time being holding a permanent appointment in the
public service of the Colony, and includes a member
of the Police Force;
the scheme means the Public Officers Widows
and Orphans pensions scheme, which was established
under the Widows' and Orphans' Pensions Ordinance
(Cap. 84-1925 Revised Laws),-and which is continued
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50 Ch. 9. No. 8.j Widos' and Orphans' Pensions.

under and by virtue of this Ordinance, subject to
the provisions of this Ordinance;
approved scheme means a scheme or fund for
the granting of pensions to the widows and children
of public officers established in any part of the Common-
wealth countries outside the Colony and which has been
declared by the Secretary of State to be an approved
scheme for the purposes of this Ordinance.*
Definition of 3. (1) Contributor means a public officer liable to
contributors, contribute under the provisions of this Ordinance or under
any former Ordinance either by way of abatements made
from his salary or pension or otherwise for the purpose of
providing the means of paying pensions to widows and
children of public officers, and entitled to the privileges
and benefits provided under this Ordinance, and includes
a person all of whose contributions are fully paid and in
respect of whose contributions pension may become
payable under this Ordinance.
Ofcers who (2) Contributors under this Ordinance shall consist
trutors. of the following persons-
(a) public officers who at the commencement of
this Ordinance were members of the Fund;
(b) members of the Fund who continued their
membership after retiring from the public service of
the Colony;
(c) public officers who at the commencement of
this Ordinance were contributors under the scheme;
(d) public officers who shall continue to be contri-
butors under the scheme after retiring from the public
service of the Colony, including officers who have
been transferred to other public service under the
Crown;
(e) public officers appointed at any time after the
commencement of this Ordinance at a salary of four
hundred and eighty dollars per annum or over, pro-
vided that at the date of such appointment the age of
such officer does not exceed sixty years;
(f) public officers appointed either before or after
See Royal Gazctle, 22.12.49, notifying Bechuanaland, Basutoland and Swaziland
to be approved schemes.







Widows' and Orphans' Pcnsions. [Ch. 9. No. 8.


the commencement of this Ordinance at a salary of
less than four hundred and eighty dollars per annum
on attaining a salary of four hundred and eighty
dollars per annum or over, provided that at the date of
attaining such salary the age of such officer does not
exceed sixty years.
(3) The following shall not be eligible to be contribu- N~n-
contributors.
tors: -
(a) the Governor;
(b) the Private Secretary and Aide-de-Camp to the
Governor if not contributors before they held these
positions or holders of substantive appointments
entitling them to be contributors;
(c) the Principal of any affiliated school under the
provisions of the Education Ordinance;
(d) any person not a member of the permanent
service of the Colony, who holds a temporary office
in the public service;
(e) any person, other than a member of the Police
Force, employed in the public service under an
agreement for a term of years, whether provision
is or is not made for his subsequent appointment to a
position in the permanent service of the Colony;
(f) any person who is liable to be a depositor under
the Provident Fund Ordinance, or under any Ordinance
amending or replacing the same;
(g) females.
(4) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council with Power to
the approval of the Secretary of State to exempt any public liabiit o
officer from the obligation to become a contributor, or to contribute.
exempt any contributor from further liability under the
provisions of this Ordinance: Provided that where any
contributor is exempted from further liability under this
subsection he shall not be entitled to the repayment of
any part of his contributions, without the approval of
the Secretary of State, and no pension or refund of
contributions shall be or become payable at his death.

4. There shall be established for the purposes of this The Com-
Ordinance, a Committee to be called the Public Service mittee.
Widows and Orphans Pensions Committee hereinafter
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52 Ch. 9. No. 8.] Widows' and Orphans' Pensions.

referred to as the Committee which shall consist of
the Accountant General, as Chairman, and such other
officers as the Governor may from time to time appoint.

Method of 5. The pensions payable to the widows and children of
consulting contributors shall be computed in accordance with the
1st Schedule. rules contained in the First Schedule hereto on the basis of
2ndSchedule. the Pension Tables in the Second Schedule hereto:
Provided that whenever the amount of the pension so
computed is less than nineteen dollars and twenty cents per
annum pension shall be payable at the rate of nineteen
dollars and twenty cents per annum.

Periodical 6. The Pension Tables may be revised from time to time
revision of after an investigation by an actuary appointed by the
Pension
Tables. Secretary of State. Such investigations shall take place
at such dates as the Secretary of State may from +ime to
time determine. If after such an investigation it is decided
by the Secretary of State that revised Pension Tables
shall be adopted, the new Pension Tables as approved by
the actuary shall be substituted for the Tables previously
in force and shall come into force on a date which shall be
notified in the Royal Gazette and shall apply to any pension
payable in respect of a contributor dying on or after that
date, but not to any pension payable in respect of a
contributor dying before that date.

Pensions to 7. Pensions payable under this Ordinance or under any
be paid out Ordinance repealed by this Ordinance shall be paid out of
of general
revenue. the general revenue of the Colony and are hereby made
charges upon such revenue.

Pension: 8. Pensions payable under this Ordinance shall commence
when to upon the death of the contributor in respect of whom they
commence
and how are payable, shall accrue daily, and shall be payable
payable. monthly in arrear: Provided that a pension may be payable
quarterly instead of monthly if the pensioner so desires.

When 9. (1) The pension payable to the widow of a contributor
pension to shall cease on her death, bankruptcy or re-marriage or on the
widow and to
children forfeiture of the whole of such pension in accordance with
shall cease, the provisions of this Ordinance.
(2) If on such pension to the widow ceasing as
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and of pensionable age, and otherwise eligible for pension,
the pension payable to the widow shall lapse.
(3) If on such pension to the widow ceasing as
aforesaid there are such children or a child living and of
pensionable age such pension shall be continued and paid
to such children or child in accordance with the provisions
of this Ordinance.
(4) The pension to the children of a deceased contri- Ord. 2-1945,
butor shall cease in the case of males at twenty-one years s. 3.
of age, and in the case of females at twenty-one years of
age or on marriage under that age:
Provided that where the Governor in Council is satisfied
that a child who has reached the pensionable age is by
reason of infirmity of mind or body incapable of earning
a livelihood, and has no sufficient means of support, he may
order that the whole or any portion of the pension which-
(i) was payable to the child and would have ceased
on such child attaining the pensionable age; or
(ii) would have become payable to the child in the
event of the death of the widow had not such child
attained the pensionable age,
shall be paid to such child for such period as he may
determine.

10. The rates of contribution shall be as follows:- Rates of
(a) An officer whose salary exceeds the amount contribution.
given in any line of the first column below but does not
exceed that given in the corresponding line of the
second column shall contribute at the annual fixed
rate given in the corresponding line of the third
column:-
Column 1. Column 2. Column 3.
Exceeding Not Exceeding Fixed Rate.
$ $8
480 720 24.00
720 960 33.60
960 1,200 43.20
1,200 1,440 52.80
1,440 1,800 67.20
1,800 2,160 81.60
2,160 2,520 96.00
2,520 2,880 115.20
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and so on, the annual contribution increasing by
$19.20 for each step of $480 in the salary scale.
(b) An officer whose salary is $480 per annum shall
contribute at the fixed annual rate of $19.20.
(c) A contributor at the commencement of this
Ordinance may elect to continue contributing at the
rate of four per centum on his salary until he shall
have been transferred to another office carrying a
salary higher than that which he earned at the com-
mencement of this Ordinance, but upon such transfer
his contributions shall be at the rates fixed in para-
graph (a) hereof: Provided that any such contributor
may at any time before such transfer elect to contri-
bute at the rates fixed in paragraph (a) hereof.

salary of 11. (1) For the purpose of fixing the rate of contribution
substantive
poSt only to no regard shall be had to any personal, duty, or acting
ictri-nme allowance, nor to any other receipts, emoluments or
rates of coil-
tribition. advantages of any kind which the officer may receive or
enjoy; but the contribution shall be assessed with regard
only to the amount of the salary of the definite post or
posts held by the officer without previous deduction of the
amount of his contributions.
(2) Any public officer who at the commencement of
this Ordinance is a contributor in respect of any allowances,
receipts, emoluments or advantages in excess of his salary
as hereinbefore defined, may elect to continue contributing
on such excess: Provided that if he elects to contribute on
his salary only he will not be entitled to any refund of
contributions previously paid on such excess.

Maximum 12. (1) No officer shall be required to contribute at a
" period o higher rate than $288 a year including his contributions
contri- under any approved scheme in respect of which he has
butions. been granted exemption under this Ordinance.
(2) No officer shall after attaining the age of sixty
years contribute at a higher rate than that at which he was
contributing immediately before attaining that age.
(3) On a contributor having contributed for a period
of thirty-five years, or attaining the age of sixty-five years,
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notified by him to the Committee, and no further contribu-
tions shall be payable by him, whether he be pensioned or
not, or whether he remains in His Majesty's service
thereafter or not.

13. (1) A contributor whose salary is reduced so that he Rate of con-
comes under a lower scale of contribution may at his oductionbon
option upon giving notice in writing to the Committee ofsalary.
of his desire so to do, elect either-
(a) to continue contributing on the basis of the
salary received by him prior to such reduction, or
(b) to contribute on the basis of his reduced salary.
(2) A contributor whose salary is reduced below
$480 per annum shall not thereby cease to be a contributor
but may elect as provided in paragraph (a) of the preceding
subsection or to contribute on a basis of $480.

14. (1) A contributor who within six months of the Optional
commencement of this Ordinance or of the date of his additional
first payment of contribution under this Ordinance or
within six months after marrying shall by written notice
to the Committee so elect may make an additional annual
contribution of one-half of the amount specified in the line in
column 3 of section 10 of this Ordinance, which is applicable
to him at the date of notification, or if he so decides at
the date of notification, of one-half the amount so specified
which is applicable to him from time to time. A contributor
who has not so elected within any such period may be
permitted so to elect at any time during his contribution
term, subject to the approval of the Committee and subject
to medical examination. If he so elects to make an
additional annual contribution he shall make it accordingly
as from the first day of the month next after that in which
his notice was received by the Committee or as from
the first day of the month next after that in which the
Committee's approval was given to his subsequent election
as the case may be.
(2) A contributor who is making an additional annual
contribution may at any time by notification to the
Committee elect to discontinue such contribution as from
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notification of election is received by the Committee. When
a contributor so elects to discontinue an additional annual
contribution only such instalments thereof as form part
of a complete annual contribution paid by him shall be
taken into account for the purpose of calculating any
pension under this Ordinance and any balance shall not
be refunded except in pursuance of sections 26, 27 and 28.
(3) No officer shall be allowed to make more than
one additional annual contribution under the scheme at
the same time.
(4) A contributor who at the time of his re-appoint-
ment to the public service of the Colony is already making
an additional annual contribution under the scheme shall
(unless he elects at any time to discontinue such additional
contribution in the manner herein provided) continue to pay
it as an additional contribution under this Ordinance, and
an officer who has ceased to contribute under the scheme
may on being re-appointed to the public service of the
Colony elect to make an additional annual contribution
at the rate then applicable to him from time to time.

Exemption 15. (1) It shall be competent for the Comnittee, on
member of being satisfied that a public officer appointed to the public
approved service of the Colony is a contributor under one or more
scheme in -
another approved schemes, as defined in section 2 hereof, to
Colony to recommend to the Governor, on the application of such
officer, that he shall, so long as he continues as a contri-
butor under such approved scheme or schemes be exempted
from the provisions of this Ordinance except with regard
to the excess, if any, of the salary receivable by such
officer from this Colony over the aggregate amount in
respect of which he will continue to be a contributor under
such approved scheme or schemes. The Governor may
thereupon direct the abatement from the salary of such
officer to be limited to such excess of salary as aforesaid,
and the officer shall, while he continues to be a con-
tributor under such approved scheme or schemes be
a contributor in the Colony (but subject to medical
examination) in respect only of such excess as aforesaid.
(2) It shall be competent for the Committee to
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the receipts for his contributions, or other evidence of his
continuing to be a contributor under such approved
scheme or schemes and it shall be deemed a requirement of
this Ordinance for such contributor so to produce the
same.
(3) No claim for exemption under this section shall
be valid unless it is made in writing and reaches the
Committee not later than six months after the date from
which the officer commenced to draw salary from this
Colony. Nothing in this section shall exempt an officer
who on re-appointment to the service of this Colony is
already a contributor under the scheme from continuing
his contributions thereto.

16. Increases of contributions shall rank for the purpose Increased
of calculating pensions as if they were fresh entrances bions.
at the respective ages of husband and wife when the increase
takes place.

17. In any case in which any person ceases to be a Reduced con-
contributor or becomes a contributor to a reduced extent, tributions.
the pension to his widow or children shall be reduced in
the same proportion as it would have been increased
had his rate of contribution been raised instead of lowered.

18. (1) All annual contributions shall be paid in monthly Period and
instalments by way of abatements to be retained by the manner of
payment
Accountant General from the salaries or pensions of of con-
contributors and shall be payable until either the contributor tributions.
dies, or he has contributed to the scheme for a period of
thirty-five years or has attained the age of sixty-five
years, whichever event shall first happen.
(2) All abatements from the salaries and pensions of, Contribu-
tions, etc., to
and all other amounts receivable from, public officers be paidinto
under the provisions of this Ordinance, when received general
by the Accountant General, shall be carried to the credit revenue.
of the general revenue of the Colony.
Officers not
19. The Accountant General shall make a like abatement yet eligible
from the salary of every public officer who is liable to become for privileges
compulsorily a contributor, from the date of his becoming Orinance to
so liable. But in the event of such officer submitting contribute
examined.
examined.








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himself for medclic al examination and not being found
eligible to 1,e a contributor, the amount of such abatements
without deduction shall be returned to him, or to his legal
representative iin case of his death.

Cont'itil- 20. (1) A person appointed on probation or provisionally
pl, isional only to th public service ofl the Colony shall contribute by
appl'i't'ment. abatement froml his salary, )llt shall not become entitled
to any privilege or benefit under this Ordinance until his
appointment is confirmed.
(2) If his appointment is made permanent, and
subject to his being found eligible to be a contributor
after medical examination, the date of his becoming entitled
to the privileges and benefits conferred by this Ordinance
shall, for all purposes, be taken to be the date when he was
appointed on probation or provisionally.
(3) 1In the event of his not being permanently
appointed, or of his submitting himself for medical examina-
tion and not being found eligible to be a contributor, the
amount of his contributions without any deduction shall
be returned to him, or to his legal representative in case
of his deatli.

Contrim- 21. (1) The aflorcsail abatements shall be made whether
tions 1v
officers'on an officer be )on leave of absence or not, or under inter-
leave, et.., diction, ;aiid irrespective of what proportion of his salary
and acting. .
oi.ccrs. is payable to him whilst on such leave or under interdiction.
(2) \When a contributor is on leave of absence without
salary, lie shall still be liable to pay the same contribution
in respect of such absence as would have been deducted
from his salary had he received the same, and if he does not
pay the amount so due, it shall be deducted from his future
salary in such monthly proportions as the Committee shall
require or, in tlie event of his death, from any pension
payable to his widow or children.
(3) In no case shall any deduction be made from any
salary payable out of the emoluments of any office to any
person appointed to act temporarily in such office.
(4) A contributor appointed to any office which is
of a temporary nature shall, during the Icontinuance
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of the salary of the office which lhe previously held as a
member of the permanent public service, aiil after tlie
abolition of the temporary office or his retirement therefrom
lie shall contribute on the salary which lie shall thereafter
receive.

22. (1) Every public officer, before becoming entitled to Me, icia
the privileges and benefits of a contributor, sliall undergo a of ofinrs
medical examination, to be made by a Government Medical before
Officer appointed 1)b the Committee from time to time for pContribtors
tlie purpose; tlie method and scope of such examination
to be such as tlie Committee shall direct.
(2) The medical examiner shall require tlie person
under examination to answer in writing and sign his name
at the foot of the questions prescribed in the Third Schedule 3rdi Schedulie.
hereto, and any other questions which may be from time
to time prescribed by the Committee or deemed necessary
by the medical examiner, and in reporting on the life of
such person the medical examiner shall have regard to the
answers to such questions.
(3) Such questions and answers shall be preserved
and shall be deemed the basis of the contract between the
Committee and the person signing the same, and in the
event of any of the answers to such questions being
materially untrue to the knowledge of such person, it
shall be held fraudulent, and such person, if living, shall
forfeit all contributions, and cease to be a contributor;
and if such fraud is discovered after his death, the
Committee, on satisfactory proof thereof, may subject to
the approval of the Governor in Council direct any pension
otherwise payable to the widow or children of such person
to be forfeited wholly or in part.
(4) No public officer shall be entitled to any of the
privileges and benefits of a contributor until he shall have
undergone the medical examination, and shall have been
accepted by the Committee as a contributor, but the
abatement from his salary in this Ordinance provided for
shall be made pending the report of the medical examiner
to the Committee and the Committee's decision on such
report.
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Failure to 23. (1) If a medical examiner certifies that the life of a
examination public officer examined by him for the purposes of this
Ordinance is not a safe and proper life, the Committee
may either refuse to accept such officer as a contributor
or, if the medical examiner so advises, suspend a final
decision for such t ime, not exceeding twelve months, as
the Committee think fit; and the Conmmittee shall, in the
event of their suspending a final decision, direct another
examination of such officer at the expiration of such time
as a foresaid.
Acceptance (2) If a medical examiner certifies that the life of a
of an o~ e public officer examined by him for the purposes of this
tributor on Ordinance is not a fair average life, but that he may be
dciaton- accepted as a contributor subject to the conditions laid
down in this subsection, the Committee may with the written
consent of such officer accept him as a contributor on such
conditions.
The conditions referred to are that the age of such
officer shall, in accordance with the certificate of the medical
examiner and subject to the confirmation of the Committee,
be rated up as a life equal to an older age than his actual
age at the (late of the officer's first contribution for the
purpose of calculating the pension that would be payable
to his widow and children.
The Com- (3) If as a result of the medical examination the
mittee may Committee refuse to accept such officer as a contributor,
refuse to
accept the the contributions paid by him shall without deduction be
contiebuastr returned to him, and he shall not become a contributor.
Officer sub- (4) It shall be lawful for the Governor in Council,
passing upon application made at any time, to admit as a contri-
examination butor, after satisfactory medical examination, any public
admittedasa officer who has at any previous time failed to pass the
contributor, medical examination prescribed by this Ordinance, but
whose health has been re-established since such medical
examination as aforesaid.

Information 24. (1) Every contributor whose salary is liable to
to be fur- abatement under this Ordinance shall, within six months,
nished by
con- from the accrual of such liability, be bound to notify the
tributors. Committee in writing of the following particulars unless
he has previously furnished this information-
(a) the date of his birth;








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(b) if he is a married man, the date of the birth of
his wife and children, if any, and of thle marriage, and
tile nameia of such wife and children; and
(c) if lie is a widower having a child or children of
pensionable age, lhe shall in addition notify the date
of the death of his wife.
(2) Every contributor who shall marry while lie is a
contributor shall within six months thereafter, notify tlhe
same to the Committee in writing, stating thle name and
date of birth of his wife and thle date of the marriage.
(3) Every contributor shall notify in writing to the
Committee, within six months from the date of the event
(a) tlie birth of each child born to him, stating tlhe
name and date of birth of such child;
(b) the marriage of any female child under the age
of twenty-one years;
(c) the death of his wife, or of any of his children
of pensionable age;
(d) the annulment or dissolution of his marriage.
(4) After the death of any married contributor the information
widow of such contributor shall notify to the Committee in rnished by
writing within six months from the date of the event- widows.
(a) the date of the death of the contributor, if he
was not at the time in the service of the Colony;
(b) the birth of any posthumous child born to
such contributor;
(c) the marriage of any female child of such
contributor under the age of twenty-one years;
(d) the death of any child of such contributor
while of pensionable age;
(e) her own re-marriage or bankrupt.

25. (1) All such statements, notices or particulars Proofof
required under the preceding section shall be proved by the atements
production of birth, death, or marriage certificates or by particulars
affidavit or otherwise, to the satisfaction of the Committee, e reed
who are hereby empowered, should they see fit, to require Committee.
evidence to be produced of the accuracy of the information
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(2) The Committee may require such proof as they
deem desirable that any person claiming to be entitled to
pension, or on behalf of whom such claim is made, is alive
and entitled to pension, and the Committee may refuse
or withhold payment of any pension in whole or in part
until such proof is furnished to the satisfaction of the
Committee.
(3) The production of any evidence called for by the
Conunittee, within a reasonable time after the same has
)been called for, shall be deemed one of the requirements
of this Ordinance.
"-thh',' 26. VWh1en a contributor who is a bachelor or a widower
ic tfunid. without any child of pensionable age has contributed for a
I frtoi period of thirty-five years or attained the age of sixty-
tions in live years, whichever event shall first happen, the Com-
", ',,. mit tee, upon due notice to that effect, shall proceed to pay
out to such contributor, if a bachelor, a sum equal to
one-half of his total contributions (without interest), or,
if a widower, without any child of pensionable age, then
one-half of the contributions (without interest) paid by
him sil:ce tel death of his last wife, or since the date
his last child ceased to be of pensionable age, whichever
event shall have last happened.
Bachelor 27. (1) 1n the event of a bachelor dying while in the
widower .
dying: public service, one-half of the total contributions made
refun to by him shall be paid (without interest) to his legal
legal repre-
sentative. representat ive.
(2) In the event of a widower, without any child of
pensionable age, dying while in the public service, one-half
of the contributions (without interest) paid by him since
the death of his last wife, or since the date his last child
ceased to be of pensionable age, whichever event shall have
last happened, shall be paid to his legal representative.
Bachelor or 28. (1) A contributor retiring from the public service
i"frino er of the Colony who is a bachelor or widower without any
local child of pensionable age, shall cease to be a contributor or
evice-- to enjoy the privileges and benefits of a contributor
Refund (,t -
contri- altogether, but shall be entitled to receive from the
butions. Accountant General, if a bachelor, a sum equal to one-half
of his total contributions (without interest) or, if a widower
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contributions (without interest) paid by him since the
death of his last wife, or since the date his last child ceased
to be of pensionable age, whichever event shall have last
happened.
(2) If a contributor is a bachelor or a widower lUrovi.ios
without any child of pensionable age, lhe may, on becoming retding.l
a depositor under the Provident Fund Ordinance, elect Irovidenti
either- n.
(a) to remain a contributor until lie has attained the
age of sixty-five years or been a contributor for thirty-
five years in respect of a monthly sum equal to the
abatement made from his salary for the last month of
his service prior to his becoming a (depositor under the
Provident Fund Ordinance, or
(b) to cease to be a contributor on the conditions
contained in subsection (1) of this section.

29. (1) A contributor retiring from the public service Provisions
of tile Colony with a wife living or with children or a child as to tra ir-
fer or retire-
of pensionable age, before lie has attained the age of sixty- ment of
five years or before he has been a contributor for thirty- mar'iuti
five years, whether such retirement be on pension or not, or
on transfer to other public service under the Crown, may
elect-
(a) to remain a contributor until lie has attained
the age or been a contributor for the period aforesaid,
in respect of a monthly sum equal to the abatement
made from his salary for the last month of his service;
or
(b) if retiring with a pension immediately payable Ord.25-1942,
to him, to remain a contributor until he has attained s- 2'
the age or been a contributor for the period aforesaid,
paying an annual contribution which shall be calculated
on the basis of his annual pension at the appropriate
rate fixed by section 10 of this Ordinance (whenever
such annual pension is at least four hundred and
eighty dollars) or at the rate of four per centum
(whenever such annual pension is less than four
hundred and eighty dollars): Provided that a contribu-
tor whose annual pension is less than four hundred and
eighty dollars and who was contributing in December,
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twenty cents in respect of such pension, may, not
later than the 31st March, 1943, elect to continue to
contribute such fixed sum as from January, 1942; or
(c) if retiring without any pension immediately
payable to him, to cease to be a contributor, but to
enjoy the privileges and benefits of a contributor
in respect of past contributions only.
(2) A contributor with a wife living or with children
or a child of pensionable age, on becoming a depositor
under the Provident Fund Ordinance, may subject to til
provisions of that Ordinance elect either-
(a) to remain a contributor until lie has attained tlh
age or been a contributor for the period aforesaid, in
respect of a monthly sum equal to the abatement
made from his salary for the last month of his service
prior to his becoming a depositor under the Provident
Fund Ordinance, or
(b) to cease to be a contributor and to enjoy the
privileges and benefits of a contributor in respect of
past contributions only.
(3) In the event of any contributor failing within
six months, or within such further time as the Committee
may in any particular case allow, to elect as in this section
provided, or in the event of his having elected to continue
as a contributor by paying a contribution equal to his
previous abatement and of his failing for six months at
any time thereafter to pay his contributions as herein
provided, he shall be deemed to have elected to continue
thenceforth as a contributor in respect of the amount of
his pension only if in receipt of a pension, or of his past
contributions only if not in receipt of any pension.

Who not 30. (1) If a contributor who has retired from the public
entitled to
benefits or service of the Colony with a wife living or with children or
pensions. a child of pensionable age subsequently ceases to have such
wife and any child of pensionable age he shall thereupon
cease to be a contributor, or to enjoy the privileges or
benefits of a contributor, and he shall not be entitled to
be refunded any part of his past contributions.
(2) The widow of a contributor whose marriage
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service of the Colony or subsequently to the time when
such contributor ceased, or was not under obligation, to
contribute to the scheme, shall not be entitled to any
pension, nor shall the children of such marriage be
entitled to any pension, under this Ordinance.
(3) No widow of a contributor whose husband dies
within twelve calendar months of the marriage without
issue of such marriage horn in his lifetime or in due time
after his death shall 1)b entitled to any pension under this
Ordinance: Provided that the Committee may, with the
approval of the Gov-crnor in Council, grant to such widow
all or any part of the pension to which she would have
been entitled but for the provisions of this subsection.

31. When the marriage of any contributor has been Effect of
divorce or
annulled or dissolved by the decree of any competent nullity of
court the wife, party to such marriage, shall for all purposes marriage.
of this Ordinance be deemed to have died and the contributor
to have become a widower at the date of such decree.

32. (1) A contributor or widow of a contributor who Penalty for
non-corn-
fails or neglects to comply with any of the requirements of pliance with
this Ordinance shall, for each default and at the discretion require-
of the Committee, be liable to a fine not exceeding twenty- ments.
four dollars, to be deducted from his or her salary or
pension as the case may be by the Accountant General
on the warrant of the Governor, which may be issued at
the request of the Committee.
(2) In case no salary or pension is payable to such
contributor from the Treasury, and he shall not pay the
amount of such fine to the Accountant General within
one month after it has become payable, he may be declared
by the Committee, with the consent of the Governor in
Council, to be no longer a contributor, and his wife and
children shall thereupon forfeit all claims to pensions
under this Ordinance.
(3) A public officer who ceases to be a contributor
under this section shall have the right to be restored as a
contributor with all previous rights within twelve months,
on payment of the amount of the fine and arrears of
contribution, with interest thereon at the rate of six per
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centum per annum, and on undergoing such fresh medical
examination (if any) as the Committee may require.

Penalty for 33. If a contributor or widow of a contributor shall at any
false
statement. time have wilfully made any false statement respecting
any of the particulars required by this Ordinance to be
furnished, or committed any olier fraudulent act in
connection with this Ordinance, all or any part of the rights
under the scheme of the contributor or the widow or any
child of the contributor shall be liable to be forfeited
at the discretion of the Governor in Council, on the report
of the Committee.

Otficer 34. Notwithstanding anything contained in this
mrionductr Ordinance no officer who is dismissed from the service of
not to rank the Colony for misconduct shall be entitled to rank for
for benefit. benefit under this Ordinance whether by way of pension
or return of contributions: Provided that the Governor
in Council may authorise a refund to such officer of an
amount not exceeding one-half of his contributions.
I
Pension not 35. No pension payable under this Ordinance and no
to be
assigned or rights of any contributor acquired hereunder shall be
levRied Lpon. assignable or transferable or liable to be attached, seques-
tered or levied upon for, or in respect of any debt or claim
whatsoever or be in any way alienated from the person for
whose benefit it is payable.

Allowance in 36. If a widow's pension ceases in her lifetime by reason
lieu of
pensin to of her bankruptcy, and if and so long as there shall not be
,w1,d ..n any child of the contributor entitled to receive such pension,
bankruptcy. the Committee with the approval of the Governor may, from
time to time, during the remainder of her life, or during
such shorter period or periods, either continuous or
discontinuous, as shall be thought fit, pay to such widow
an allowance at a rate not exceeding the rate of such
pension, or may apply the same for the maintenance and
personal support or benefit of such widow, in such manner
as the Committee may, from time to time, think proper.

Division of 37. (1) When a contributor dies leaving a widow and
between children of pensionable age by such widow, it shall be lawful







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for the Committee, either in the first instance or at any time widow and
children in
while a pension is payable, to pay to the widow the whole of the discre-
the pension, or to pay to the widow a part only of the tionof the
pension, and to pay or apply the balance of such pension
for or towards the maintenance or education of the children
in such manner as the Committee in their discretion shall
think fit.
(2) When any sum becomes payable by the Com-
mittee, to any person not sui juris in law, the Committee
may in their discretion, pay or apply such sum or any
part thereof for the benefit or towards the maintenance
or education of such person, in such manner and at such
times as the Committee shall think fit; and the amount
may be paid either direct to such person or to any other
person or persons as the Committee shall think fit.
(3) If the widow of a contributor while in receipt of a
pension deserts or abandons or does not assist a child of
hers by the contributor whom she is bound by law to
maintain and who is of pensionable age, the Committee
may, in their discretion, pay to a fit and proper person on
behalf of such child, such portion of the pension as they
may think fit.
(4) No action shall be maintainable against the
Committee in respect of anything done or omitted in the
exercise of their discretion, or in respect of the acts or
defaults of any person to whom any sum shall have been
paid.

38. The Governor in Council may make rules dealing Rules.
with the exercise and carrying out of the powers and
obligations of the Committee, and generally, for the proper
carrying out of the provisions of this Ordinance, and may
Irom time to time repeal, alter or vary such rules including
the rules contained in the First Schedule hereto.

39. If any question or dispute shall arise as to who is Appeal in
entitled to be deemed a contributor, as to the right of any to overi
person or persons to receive a pension, or as to the amount of in Council.
such pension, or as to any right or obligation of the
Committee or of any contributor or other person under this
Ordinance, not specifically provided for by this Ordinance
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or by the rules made thereunder. or as to the propriety of
any decision of the Committee, such question or dispute
shall be referred by the Committee to the Governor il
Council for decision, and such decision shall be binding
and conclusive on a111 parties concerned and shall be final
to all intents and purposes, and shall not be subject to
appeal or to be questioned or revised by any court of justice.

Notices of 40. Unless otherwise provided by this Ordinance, all
i'ocan. notices of election given by officers under the provisions of
this Ordinance shall be irrevocable.

Application 41. All acceptance and rejections of public officers as
ordinance. contributors, computations of pension or of amounts to
be returned to public officers ceasing to be contributors,
and all decisions and acts of tlie Committee, shall be
according to the provisions of this Ordinance, although the
entry into the service, death, medical report, retirement,
or other event in consequence of which the Committee
shall have to decide or act may have occurred before the
commencement of this Ordinance.

savi n a~l 42. (1) Nothing in this Ordinance shall be construed to
alradhs affect the pensions, rights, or obligations, under the pro-
accrucd. visions of anv l1orm1r Ordinance, of widows or children of
deceased public officers already accrued by reason of the
deaths of such officers, or to confer o1n such widows or
children or on the legal representatives of any such deceased
officers anyi right or benefit which they were not entitled
to by virtue of any Ordinance in force at the respective
times of the deaths of such deceased officers.
Validation of (2) All abatements made since the coming into force
certain acts. of this Ordinance, in respect of contributions payable on
O. S-'3 pensions of less than four hundred and eighty dollars per
annum are hereby declared to have been lawfully made and
are hereby validated.

saving of 43. (1) All officers who joined the Civil Service Widows'
vested rights. and Orphans' Fund under the provisions of Ordinance
No. 4 of 1890 before the 1st of October, 1898, shall, in the
event of their retirement from the service or abolition of
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elsewhere in the Commonwealth countries, continue, not-
withstanding the provisions of this Ordinance, to be entitled,
if they shall think fit, to demand the reserve value of their
contributions computed in accordance with Table IV. in
the Second Schedule hereto.
(2) Save as in this section expressly provided, all
persons who became members of the Fund constituted
under any former Ordinance, and who were members thereof
at the commencement of this Ordinance, shall be deemed to
be subject in all respects to the provisions of this Ordinance.





SCHEDULES.


FIRST SCHEDULE. (Section 5.)

Rules for calculating Pensions to Widows and Orphan Children
of Public Officers according to the Tables in the Second
Schedule.
SYNOPSIS OF RULES.
A. Public Officer who commenced to contribute while a Bachelor.
I. First Wife's Prospective Pension.
(a) Pension in consideration of the contributions paid during
bachelorhood.
(b) Pension in consideration of the annual contribution current at the
date of marriage.
(c) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and decrements
from, the current annual contribution while the contributor is married
to his first wife.

II. Second, and subsequent Wife's Prospective Pension.
(a) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and decrements
from, the current annual contribution while the contributor is a widower.
(b) Variations of pension consequent on the re-marriage of the con-
tributor.
(c) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and decrements
from, the current annual contribution while the contributor is married
to his second, or subsequent wife.









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B. Public Officer who commenced to contribute while Married.
III. First Wife's Prospective 'Pension.
(a) Pension in consideration of the annual contribution current t athe
date of commencement of the contribution.
(b) Variations of pension consequent on incremelnts to, and decrements
from, the current annual contribution while lihe contributor is married
to his first wife.

11 SecondI, an subsequent, l (fe's P'rosp'ective Pension.
(a) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and decrements
from, the current annual contribution while the contributor is a widower.
(b) Variations of pension consequent on the re-marriage of the
contributor.
(c) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and decrements
from, the current annual contribution while the contributor is married
to his second, or subsequent, wife.

C. Public Officer who commenced to contribute while a Widower.
1. Second, amn subsequent, I P'ife's Prospective Pension.
D. Pensions to Orphan Children.
I'I. Orphans' Pensions at Death of/ II iido,'rC ( ontribltor.
(a) Case where the orphans are the issue of the same wife.
(b) Case where the orphans are the issue of different wives.
1II. Orphans' Pensions at )Death or re,.-Mrriage of llidoiw.
'III. Orphans' Pensions at Death qof carriedd Contributor.

E. Public Officer transferred to the service of another Colony.

F. Calculation of Quantities (or Tabular Results) for Ages not
given in the Tables.

A. to C. Calculation of Registered Pensions.
The Committee shall keep a register in which full particulars respecting
each contributor shall be entered and such other records as shall be
deemed necessary from time to time, and on the death of a married
contributor it shall be the duty of the Committee, on being duly satisfied
of the material facts and dates, to compute the pension payable to his
widow and orphans, as the case may be, by the use of these Rules.

A. Public Officer who commenced to contribute while a Bachelor.
Note.-No registered pension is to be recorded unless and until the
bachelor contributor marries.

I. First W'ife's Prospective Pension.
Note.-The registered pension to be recorded on marriage is found by









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adding together the two amounts calculated in accordance with the
following Rules I. (a) and I. (h) respectively:-
(a) Pension in consideration of the contributions paid during
bachelorhood.
Rule I. (a) Accumulate the contributions and multiply the result by
tihe quantity found from Table II. corresponding to the respective ages
next birthday of the husband and wife at the date of marriage. The
product gives the registered pension on account of the contributions paid
during bachelorhood.
(b) Pension in consideration of the annual contribution current
at the date of marriage.
Note.-The amount of the current annual contribution is obtained by
multiplying by 12 the amount of the last monthly contribution.
Rule I. (b) Turn to the section of Table I. which contains in the heading
the age of the husband at the date of completion of his period of con-
tribution, and multiply the amount of the current annual contribution,
by the quantity found from that section corresponding to the respective
ages next birthday of the husband and wife at the date of marriage. The
product gives the registered pension on account of the annual contribution
current at the date of marriage.


Example of the application of Rules I. (a) and I. (b) :-
Officer born on ... ... ... ... ... July 31
Officer commenced to contribute on ... ... April 1
Officer married on ... ... ... ... ... June 30
Annual contribution at date of marriage ... ... $19.20
Date of completion of contribution period ... April 1
W ife born on ... ... ... ... ... ... Aug. 31
Officer's age next birthday at date of marriage ... 30
Officer's age next birthday at completion of con-
tribution period ... .. ... ... .. 61
Wife's age next birthday at date of marriage ... 20
Application of Rule I. (a):-
Accumulation of contributions paid during bachelorhood:-
Total accumulation-$81.60.
Quantity found from Table II.-Husband* 30
Wife* 20 ... ...


, 1858
, 1884
), 1888

, 1919
, 1868


-554


$81.60 x -554 = $45.21 = registered pension in consideration of
contributions paid during bachelorhood.
Application of Rule I. (b):-
Annual contribution current at the date of marriage, $19.20.
Quantity found from Table I., section for Officers aged 61 next
birthday at completion of period of contribution:-
Husband* 301
Wife* 20/ ... 5.77
Noe.-Where the ages are not given in the Tables, proceed as illustrated in the
general examples given in F.









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$19.20 x 5.77 = $110.78 = registered pension in consideration of
annual contribution current at marriage.
Total Regisfered Pension to be recorded on tlt bachelor contributor
carrying :-
By Rule 1. (a) ... ... .. ... $45.21
By Rule I. (b) ... ... .. ... $110.78

Total .. ... .. ... $155.99
(c) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and decre-
ments from, the current annual contribution while the contributor
is married to his tirst wife.
Ncote.- -The cessation of the contribution from any cause before the
completion of the full period of contribution must be regarded as a
decrement from the current annual contribution equal to the amount of
such current annual contribution.
Rule I. (c) Turn to the section of Table I. which contains in the heading
the age of the husband at the date of completion of his period of
contribution, and multiply the amount of the increment to, or the
decrement from, the current annual contribution by the quantity found
from that section corresponding to the respective ages next birthday of
the husband and wife at the date of lli.h variation of the contribution.
The product gives the amount to be added to the registered pension
consequent on the increment to the current annual contribution, or, as
the case may be. the amount to bc deducted from the registered pension
consequent on the decrement from the current annual contribution.

Example of the application of Rule I. (c):-
Assume particulars as in the E.ampile' ubjoined to Rules I. (a)
and I. (b):-
Annual contribution increased on 31st of May,
1893, from $19.20 to ... .. ... .... $28.80
Annual contribution decreased (n 30th of April,
1898, from $28.80 to ... .. ... ... ... $24.00
Annual contribution ceased on 31st of March, 1903,
1893. 31st May-Increment to current annual contri-
bution ... ... ... .. ... ... ... $9.60
Quantity found from Table I., section for Officers aged 61 next
birthday at completion of period of contribution:-
Husband 35 4.74
Wife 25
$9.60 x 4.74 = $45.50 = amount to be added to the registered
pension.
Registered pension at marriage, see Examphl subjoined to
Rules I. (a) and I. (b) ... ...... ... ... ... $155.99
Add ... ... ......... .. ...... $45.50

Registered pension at 31st of May, 1893 ... ... ... $201.49









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1898, 30th of April-Decrement from current annual
contribution ... ...... $4.80
Quantity found from Table I., section for Officers aged 61
next birthday at completion of period of contribution:-
Husband 40 ... ... ... 3.83
Husband .40\ "
Wife 3 38
$4.80 x 3 83 = $18.38 = amount to be deducted from the registered
pension.
Registered pension at 31st of May, 1893, as above ... $201.49
Deduct ... ... ... ... ... ... $18.38

Registered pension at 30th of April, 1898 ... ... $183.11

1903, 31st of March--Cessation of contribution regarded
as a decrement from current annual contribution ... ... $24.00
Quantity found from Table I., section for Officers aged 61 next
birthday at completion of period of contribution:-
Husband 45\ 99
\Wife 35 J ... .
.24.00 \ 2.99 -= 71.76 = amount to be deducted from registered
pension.
Registered pension at 30th of April, 1898, as above ... $183.11
Deduct ... ... ... ... ... ... ... $71.76

Registered pension at 31st of March, 1903 ... ... $111.35
II. Second, and subsequent, Wife's Prospective Pension.
(a) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and
decrements from, the current annual contributions while the con-
tributor is a widower.
Rule II. (a) Assume that the contributor is married to a wife of the
age that his last preceding wife would have been had she survived to the
date of the variation of the contribution, and proceed in accordance
with Rule I. (c).
Example of the application of Rule II. (a):-
If the particulars be as in the Example subjoined to Rule I. (c), except
that the first wife, who was born on 31st of August, 1868, died on 30th of
November, 1888, it would be assumed that the contributor was at the
date of each of the three variations of the contributions married to a wife
who was born on the 31st of August, 1868. The calculations will then
be identical with those given in the Example subjoined to Rule I. (c).
(b) Variations of pension consequent on the re-marriage of the
contributor.
Note.-No variation of the registered pension is to be recorded if the
second, or subsequent, wife was at the date of the re-marriage of the same
age next birthday as the last preceding wife would have been had she
survived to that date.
Rule II. (b) If the second, or subsequent, wife was at the date of the









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re-marriage of a grcatcr or eor ss age next birthday than the last preceding wife
would have been had she survived to that date, multiply the amount of
the registered pension by the liquantity found from Table III. corresponding
to the age next birthday of thel husband at the date of re-marriage, and
the age next birthday which the last preceding wife would have attained
had she survived to that date: multiply the product so obtained by the
quantity found from Table I. corresponding to the respective ages of the
husband and of the second, or subsequent, wife at the date of the
re-marriage.
The result gives thle registered pension to be recorded on the re-marriage
of the contributor.
/lanmple of tilhe application of Rule 11. (b):-
Assume particulars as in the lE.amptic subjoined to Rucles 1. (a)
and I. (b):- -
First wife died on ... ... ... ... Nov. 30, 1888
Contributor remarried on ... ... ... Jan. 31, 1803
contributor'ss age next birthday at date of
re-marriage .. ... .. ... ... ... 35
Second wife born on ... ... ... ... June 30, 1873
Second wife's age next birthday at date of the
re-m marriage .. ... .. ... ... ... 20
Age next birthday which the first wife would have
attained had she survived to date of the re-marriage 25
1893. 31st of January.--The second wife being of a less age next
birthday at the date of the re-marriage than the first wife would
have been had she survived, the registered pension $155.90--sce
l-'ianipl subjoined to Rules I. (a) and I. (b) -is to be re-calculated.
Quantity found from Table III.:-
I husband 35 074
Wife 25J 2...74
quantityy found from Table II.:
Husband 35 46
Wife 20J ... ... 462
.155.()0) 2.074 -. 323.52.
$323.52 \ .402 $140.47 = registered pension at 31st of January.
1803.
(c) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and
decrements from, the current annual contribution while the con-
tributor is married to his second, or subsequent, wife.
Rule II. (c). Proceed as in Rule I. (c).

B. Public Officer who commenced to contribute while Married.

III. First Wife's Prospective Pension.
Vote.--In every case of a public officer who commenced to contribute
while married, the wife at the date of commencement of the contribution
is to be considered as the officer's first wife, and no particulars are to be
recorded respecting any former wife to whom he may have been married,









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unless there is issue of such former wife of a pensionable age. (See I).
Pensions to Orphan Children.)
(a) Pension in consideration of the annual contribution current
at the date of commencement of the contribution.
Rule III. (a) Turn to the section of Table I. which contains in the
heading the age of the husband at the date of completion of his period
of contribution, and multiply the amount of the current annual contribu-
tion by the quantity found from that section corresponding to the
respective ages next birthday of the husband and wife at the date of
commencement of the contribution.
The product gives the registered pension on account of the annual
contribution current at the date of commencement of the contribution.
SEample of the application of Rule III. (a):
Officer orn on ...... ... ... Aug. 31, 1850
Officer married on ... ... ..... ... lunee 30, 1879
Officer commenced to contribute on ... July 31, 1890
Annual contribution current on 31st of July, 1890 $19.20
Date of completion of contribution period ... Aug. 31, 1915
W ife born on ... ... ... ... ... Oct. 31, 1860
Officer's age next birthday on 31st of July, 1890 40
Officer's age next birthday at completion of
contribution period ... ... . ... ... 65
Wife's age next birthday on 31st of July, 1890 ... 30
1890, 31st of July-Current annual contribu-
tion ... ... .. ... .. .. ... $19.20
Quantity found from 'Table I., section for Officers aged 65 next
birthday at completion of period of contribution: -
Husband 40 3.99
Wife 30J ... ...
$1.20 :< 3.99 = $76.61 = registered pension in consideration of
annual contribution current at commencement of contribution.
(b) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and
decrements from, the current annual contribution while the con-
tributor is married to his first wife.
Rule lII. (b) Proceed as in Rule I. (c).
IV. Second, and subsequent, Wife's Prospective Pension.
(a) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and
decrements from, the current annual contribution while the con-
tributor is a widower.
Rule IV. (a) Proceed as in Rule 11. (a).
(b) Variations of pension consequent on the re-marriage of the
contributor.
Rule IV. (b) Proceed as in Rule II. (b).
(c) Variations of pension consequent on increments to, and
decrements from, the current annual contribution while the con-
tributor is married to his second or subsequent wife.
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C. Public Officer who commenced to contribute while a Widower.
1'. Second, and subsequent, life's Prospective Pension.
Rule I'. For the purpose of calculating the registered pension assume
that the deceased wife survived to tihe date of commencement of the
contribution and died linuiediately afterwards; then proceed in accordance
with the rules applicable to the case of (Oficers who commenced to
contribute while married, see B.
1). Pensions to Orphan Children.
1I. Orphans' Pensions at death of Widower C(ontributor.
(a) Case where the orphans are- tile issue of the same wife.
Rule YII. (a) Divide the amount of the registered pension of tile widower
contributor equally anoni thile children entitled for the time being.
FI'vampil of the application of Rule V'l. (a).
Registered pension of widower contributor at his death, $288.00
per annum.
Children entitled on his death:-
Spinster daughter aged ... ... 10
Soi aged ... ... ... ... 14
So aged ... ... ... ... 12
Each of tile three children will take a pension of $%(.0) per annum.
If the Spinster daughter marry at the age of twenty the two sons
will each take a pension of $144.00 per annum.
If the younger son subsequently die at the age of fifteen the elder
soi will take the full pension of $288.00 per annum.
(b) Case where thei orphans are the issue of different wives.
Note. The rules here given provide for the case of two wives only.
Rule II. (,) (1) Iivide equally among such of the children of the first
wife as may be entitled for the time being one moiety of the pension which
the first wife would have received had she survived tile contributor.
(2) Divide equally among such of the children of the second wife as may
he entitled for the time being one moietv of the pension which the second
wife would have received had she survived the contributor had there been
no issue of the first wife entitled to pension.
(3) So soon as all the children of either the first wife or the second wife
have ceased to be entitled to pension, divide equally among such of the
children of the other wife as may be entitled for the time being the whole
of the pension which such other wife would have received had she survived
the contributor, and had there been no issue of the first wife entitled to
pension.
1II. Orphans' Pensions at Death or Re-marriage of Widow.
Rul VII. I)ivide the amount of the widow's pension equally among
her children entitled for the time being.
vr ample of the application of Rule VII.:-
Amount of widow's pension at her death or re-marriage $288.00
per annum.









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Children entitled at her death:--
Assuming the particulars as in the example subjoined to
Rule VI. (a) proceed as therein indicated.

VIII. Orpihans' Pensions at Death of Married Contributor.
Rlidc '111. In the case where a contributor dies leaving a widow, and
also children, the issue of a previous marriage, divided equally among
such of the children of the first wife as may he entitled for the time being
one moiety of the pension which the first wife would have received had
she survived the contributor. On the widow's pension ceasing, divide
equally among such of the children of the first wife as may be entitled
for the time being the whole of the pension which the first wife would have
received had she survived the contributor.
Note.- -In this case, as long as the children of the first wife are entitled
to pension, the widow's pension is one moiety of that which she would
have received had there been no such children.

E. Public Officer transferred to the Service of another Colony.
Throughout these rules and examples the calculations depend, not on
the otticial income of the contributor, but on the amount of his contribution
to the Scheme, so that the transfer of a public otlicer to the service of
another Colony does not affect his registered pension unless the amount
of his current annual contribution is varied, in which case the proper
adjustment is to be made in accordance with the preceding rules.

F. Calculation of Quantities (or Tabular Results) for ages not
given in the Tables.
Table II. The quantities are given for every age of the husband from
15 to 00, and for every fifth age of the wife from 15 to 65. Ages of
husbands and wives below and beyond are to be treated as the youngest
and oldest ages given respectively.
For the intermediate ages of wives, interpolate by first differences as
follows:-
To find the quantity corresponding to the ages of the husband and
wife aged respectively 35 and 27 next birthday:-
The quantity for ages 35 and 25 given in the Table is .482
The quantity for ages 35 and 30 given in the Table is .507
So that the addition of live years to the age of the wife results in an
addition of .025 to the quantity given in the Table for ages 35 and 25.
An addition of two years as the age of the wife accordingly results
by proportion in an addition of two-fifths of .025 to the quantity
given in the Table for ages 35 and 25.
Two-fifths of .025 = .010, which added to .482 gives .492 which is the
required quantity corresponding to ages 35 and 27.
Table I. This Table is divided into eleven sections respectively applicable
to Officers who will be aged next birthday 55, 56, 57 ... up to 65, when
they complete their period of contribution. Care should in all cases be









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I Jositi1,'s an 01p/ans, I1efsiolls..


taken to turn to the section which cionltains illn t he heading tihe age of I lit
llusbanld at hil' dtte of completion ot his period ot contribution.
In .lch section lth 1 ql.lntiti's .Ire given tor 3. c.onsecultive ages o1 tlil'
Ihusbalndt, terminillting lat til age preceding that at which tilte contribultiol
ceases, and tor eve cr lifth age of thi wite romn 15 to ('5.
.\Aes Of t lth \\le below or bey11ond a1. to be tIreated ,s ti,' youngest allnd
oldest ages given respe timely. For tihe ilternle 'dialt ages of wive
ilmterIiolatev by lirst difterenc'is .is rxplaiuet'l abOel. I'hus. the' qui.ntit\
tolllnd irom1 tih lic, st sc'ctlion ot tl e ll' 'blile age 55) -or'esplol ditg i, to tihe
.ages ot a husband iand \ife aiged respliecitivel 45 and 38' ne\t i birthday\ is
three liths ol .IS ddtled to 2.31. which gives 2.'408.
1i:, Olicel's w\ho Coinonuncl'e to contributed at an earlierr agte Ithan 20 llnt'
irtliiday tih, mnetihod of calnulation ci\v'n inl tlil subjoiined exampless is kto
lib followt'Id.
Flliamphl (1. An Otlicer aged 17 next birthday, iha\rni a wife aged 15
lnext birtlhdAV, comience'Is to Con tribliut. Ass.iium' that the Ot)lict'r is
.agedt 20 lnext l irthilaliv. so that tihe, quiitiil foiunld troiml I'abh 1. will
bh 8.30.
lThis Otlicer receives ani increinlent of salary at age 22 next birthday
\w \hIn his \wile's age is 2J. Assilnit that his age is 25 next birthday.
h'.. is actual agte' 22 plus the diiterence between his actual age at entry
and 20. which is three years. I'llh quIantity found from Table I. will
be 7.00.
EI ampipc, ). n Othcli icer ageid 1l next birthday colnenlces to contribute
as a bachelor, and tive years later, when aged 24 next birthday, marries,
his wife's age being 20 next birthday. The quantity found from Table II.
in accordance with Rule 1. (a) will be taken from the actual ages (husband
24 and wife 20). and will be .(,S3. With respect to the current annual
contribution at marriage. assume that tlie Officer's age is 25 (his actual
age plus one), so that te tiquantity found from Table 1. will be 7.00.
Ihis Otlicer receives an increment of salary when aged 31, when his
wife's age is 35. Assume as before that thle ages are 40 and 35 respectively,
so that the quantity found from Table 1. will be 3.01.
.VNotc.- It will be observed that this method takes account of the
actual number of years for which the annual contribution will run. In
S1 ampic (1) when the Officer receives the increment of salary at age 22
he has contributed to tlhe Scheme for five years, so that at the expiration
of 30 years his contributions will cease. Similarly in Example (2), when
the Officer marries at age 24, he also has contributed to the Scheme for
live years, so that although lie is two years older than the Officer in
Exampcl (1). yet the unexpired period of contribution is the same in each
case, and the wife's age in each instance 20, so that no important error is
involved in using the same tabular quantity for the two cases.
Table 111. The quantities are given for the same ages as in Table II.;
ages of husbands and wives below and beyond are to be treated as in
using that Table.
For the intermediate ages of wives interpolate by first differences as
explained above, except that it must be noted that in this Table an


























Widows' and (/iphns' Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 8. 79

,addition to tlh' age,' of tlil' w'if' resi lts in a d'educltion from tlh quantity
g ,iven in ti'h Table.
Fo find their qliantitv corresponding t to ti ages of .1 Iislskind tnd wife
.iged respectively 35 a;uil 27 next hirthdally:
I'lih qplatiit'v for ages 35' ,nd 25 given in thei ableh is ... 2.07-1
I'lre quiatitv for ages 35 .and 30 given iln lthi "Tal is ... 1.')74
So that the addition of live years to tih' ge of the wife results in .a
deduction of .100 fronm thin' il;qantity given in Ilie Table for ;ages
35 andl 25.
An .bddiltion of two vear'.us to lthe age of til wife accourdingly results
h\ proportion in a deduictlion of ltw-lifths of .101) from ti' qualilntitv
ji\ven in theI' Table for iages 35 t nd 25.
Two filths of .100 0.0O which deducted from 2.074 leaves 2.034 which
is lthe require quantity corresponding to ages 35 andl 27.










SO Ch. 9. No. 8. iido;>s' and Orphans' Pensions.


(S.,,n M SECOND SCHEDULE.

TABLE 1.

I'his section of able 1. is applicable only to the case of Oflicers whlo
will be aged 55 next birthday, when they complete their period o,
contribution.
l'he Yearly Pension. payable by Monthly Instalnents, which a Yearly
Contribution of 1, payable also by Monthly Instalments, will secure.
1'he Yearlv contributionn is to cease on the termination of 35 years from
the date of thle Otlicer's first contributionon.

5 ,W .\t;t OF \VIIF:I NF:XT HIMTHDAY.


.4 I3 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65

20 |S-30 8-00 S-NS Q-47 10-11 10.00 11-02 13-40 15-21 17-75 21-40
21 7.-0 S-27 S-o4 -13 0-72 '10.50 1152 1 2-80 114-05 17-07 20-53
22 1 7-o7 7-05 S.30 S-77 9-34 10-10 11-0o 12-41 14-11 10-41 19-71
23 17-37 7-03 7.07 S-42 S-.S 9-71 10-02 11-02, 13-53 I15-77 18-88
24 i 7-07 7-33 7-o2 .S07 S-50 9-30 10.18 11-42 12-97 15-01 18-04
25 0-77 7-00 7-31 7-72 8-22 8-89 9-74 1094 12-43 14-40 17-21
26 0-4') 0-70 7-00 !7-38 7-88 8-50 9-32 10-47 11-90 13-84 16-41
27 0-20 0-40 1.0-01 7-05 7.52 8-10 8-8' 10-00 11-38 13-21 15-61
28 5-92 0-10 0-38 0-72 7-17 7-72 8-48 9-54 10-87 12-60 14-87
29 5 64 5'-80 o-07 o-40 0-83 7-3o 8-07 9.09 10-30 12-00 14-15

30 53 5-5 5- 5-78 7 0-09 0-49 7-00 7.-09 8-00( 9-88 11-42 13-40
31 5-10 5- '0 5'-4'1 5-78 0-10 0-04 7-30 8-22 9.40 10-85 12-76
32 4-84 5-00 5-22 5-48 5-84 0-31 6-92 7-80 8-93 10-31 12-08
33 4-I 4-74 4-04 5-119 5-52 5-97 0-55 7-39 8-46 9-77 11-43
34 4-30 4-48 4-o8 4-02 5-23 5-ob 0-20 7-00 8-02 9-25 10-81

35 4-12 4-24 4-42 4-65 4-94 5-34 5-85 -00 7-57 8-74 10-21
36 3-9.0 4-00 4-18 4-30 4-60 5-05 5-53 6-24 7-14 8-26 9-66
37 3-oo 3177 3-94 14-14 4-39 4-75 5-20 5-87 6-72 7-77 9-11
38 3-4o 3-55 3-70 3-88 4-13 4-46 4-88 5-51 6-31 7-29 8-57
39 3-24 3-33 3-40 3.-4 3-87 4-18 I 4-57 5-16 5-91 6-84 8-04

40 3-04 3-11 3-24 3-40 3-o1 3-89 4-20 4-81 5-51 6-39 7-53
41 2-84 2-90 13-02 3-16 3-30 3-62 3-95 4-47 5-13 5-96 7-03
42 2-03 2-0o9 2-80 2-93 3-11 3-35 3-66 4-15 4-75 5-53 6-54
43 2-44 2-49 2-58 2-71 2-87 3-09 3-37 3-81 4-38 5-11 6-06
44 '2-24 2-29 12-37 2-48 2-3 2-83 3-08 3-49 4-02 4-70 5-57
45 2-04 I2-08 2-lo 2-2o 2-39 2-57 2-80 3-16 3-65 4-27 5-07
46 !1-84 1-88 1-94 2-03 2-15 2-31 2-52 2-84 3-28 3-83 4-56
47 1-0t4 1-OS 1-74 1-82 1-92 2-06 2-25 2-54 2-92 3-41 407
48 1-44 1-48 1-53 1-59 1-68 1-81 1-98 2-23 2-56 2-99 3-58
49 1-25 1-28 1-32 1-38 1-45 1-56 1-70 1-92 2-21 2-57 3-10

50 1-05 1-08 1-11 1-16 1-22 1-31 1-43 1-61 1-86 2-16 2-61
51 -85 -87 -90 -94 -99 1-06 1-16 1-30 1-50 1-74 2-11
52 -65 -o7 -69 -71 -75 -80 -88 -98 1-14 i 132 1-61
53 -44 -45 -46i -48 -51 -54 -59 -66 -771 89 1-09
54 -22 -23 -24 -25 -26 -28 -30 i 34 -39 -46 -56









Widows' and Orphans' J'Pnsions. ICh. 9. No. 8. 81



TAHI. I.

This section of Table I. is applicable only to the case of Officers wlho
will be aged 56 next birthday, wheii tlhy complete their period of
contribution.
The Yearly Pension, payable ) byW Montlily Instahulients, which a Yearly
Contribution of 1, playable ;also by Montly listalihniiits, will secure.
The Yearly 'ontribulion is to cease on theli termination of .15 years from
the d(ate of the ()licer's first Col trilbutioin.


S.;I\(; )U* Wll' II' l-: N :\ IllkTIIlIDAY.


21 8-02 8-31 8-08 9-17 9-77 10-55 11-54 12-05 14-72 17-15 20-62
22 7-71 7-'S 834 S 8-81 9-39 10-15 1 111 12-;1( 14-17 16-49 10-80
23 7-40 7-0 80 0 ,0 8.-1( '9-1 9-75 l0-0 l 11-I I 3-58 15-82 18-95
24 7-10 7-35 7(08 8,12 8-,04 9'35 10-24 11-48 13-04 15-18 18-14

25 i-81l 7-04 7.35 7-70 8-27 -9.4 9-80) 11-00 12-50 I -1-54 17-31
26 ,-52 ,.74 7-04 7-43 7.2 ,8-54 '9-37 10-53 11-'7 13-9)2 1-50
27 (-24 -.14 0-73 7-09' 7-57 8-10 8-95 10-07 111-4 13-30 15-71
28 5-i. (o015 6.43 (678 7-23 7-79 8H54 9-i02 109( 5 12-70 14-99
29 5-0(' 5 -7 0.13 -40 0-8') 7-13 8-1.4 '-18 10-40, 12-11 14-28

30 5-11 5-5') 5-83 0-14 7(055 7-07 7-7( H874 9-' 7 11-52 13-58
31 515 5-32 5-55 5-84 (22 )-71 7-37 8-30 9-49 10-96 12-89
32 4-S9) 15-05 5-27 5-54 5-90 (-37 7-00 7-88 9-02 10-41 12-20
33 4-1(5 4-7') 5-00 5-26 55' 1 6-05 0-r4 748 8-57 9-89 11-57
34 4-41 4-55 -1-75 4-98 5-30 5-74 0-28 7-0') 813 9-3S 10-9,

35 4.-19 4-31 4-40 4-72 5-02 5-43 5-'5 0-71 7-69 8-H- 10-38
36 1.0l-'0 4-07 4-125 4-40 474 5-13 5-02 (-34 7-20 839 9-82
37 3-74 3-814 4-01 4-21 4-47 4-.8 5-30 5-98 0(.4 7-91 9)-2
38 1-53 3-2 3.77 3.-7 4-21 4-5) 498 5-(3 6(44 7-45 8-75
39 13-32 3-41 3-55 3-73 3-% 4-28 4-08 5-28 0-05 7-00 8-24

40 3-12 3-20 3-33 3-50 3-71 4-00 4-38 4-94 5-66 6-57 7-73
41 22-92 2-90 3-11. 3-26 3-46 3-73 4-08 4-60 5-29 0-14 7-25
42 12.72 2-79 2-90 3-04 3-22 3-47 3-78 4-28 4-92 5-72 6-77
43 2-51 2-59 2-)9 2-82 2-99 3-21 3-50 3-96 4-56 5-32 6-30
44 2-34 2-39 2-48 2-60 2-75 2-96 3-23 3-64 4-20 4-91 5-82

45 2-14 2-19 2-27 2-38 2-52 2-70 2-95 3-33 3-81 4-4') 5-34
46 I 1-95 200 2-07 2-16 2-28 2-45 2-08 3-03 3-49 4-08 4-86
47 1-706 80 1-87 1-95 2-06 2-21 2-42 2-73 3-14 3-67 4-38
48 1-58 1-62 1-67 1-75 1-84 1-98 2-.1 2-44 2-80 3-27 3-92
49 1-39 1-42 1-47 1-54 1-62 1-74 1-90 2-14 2-46 2-80 3-45

50 1-20 1-23 1-27 1-33 1-40 1-50 1-64 1-84 2-12 2-47 2-98
51 1.01 1.04 1.07 1.12 1.18 1-26 1-37 1-54 1-78 2-07 2-51
52 -82 -84 -87 -90 -95 1-02 1-11 1-25 1-44 1-68 2-04
53 *63 -64 -66 -69 -72 -77 -84 -95 1-09 1-27 1-55
54 -43 .44 -45 -47 -49 -52 -57 -64 -74 -87 1-06

55 -21 -22 -23 -24 -25 -27 -29 -33 -38 .44 .54

T.-II. 6










82 Ch. 9. No. 8.1 II'idows' and Orphans' Pensions.



TA'.\1B 1.

This section of '1Tble 1. is appllicableb only to tilt' case of Ofticers who will
be aged 57 next birthday, when tiheyl complete their period of
contribution.

Tlle Yearly Ptension. pay.1ale by Monthly Instalments. which a Yearly
Contribution of 1. payable also by Monthly Instalnients, will secnrl.
I'lhe Yearlr Cl'oniriblution is to cease on the tcermnina ion of 35 years from
the date of tilte O(lte'r's first C(ontribution.


S .l- \F 11:-1 NI'VNT 11 1'110 1'\ .


5 20 25 1 35 40 45 5 5 60 55

SI I
22 7-74 -01 S-37 S-S.I '-.' 100 11-15 1.2-1 14-.22 15-.55 II s;
23 7--1. 7-70 8.o-4 8- ) 0.05 ).7S 0.81 7 1 '0'. 1.-05 1')5-)0 Il'-OI
24 7-13 7-.3S 7-70 S-14 S.' 7 0-3S 10-.S lI 5.1 13-00 15-.'.3 I1 '1

25 -8.1 7-07 7.3') 7St l S .$31 ,l.S 0'-S4 i .10 12"-i 14-01 17-.3
l26 '(*, 0-77 7-08 7-17 7-l7 S-51' 0-4. 1 .0-50 1.-04 1. 0l' l .:
27 I-.'S O-I S 0-7S 7-1 7- S-. 1l 0.01 10.13 11 -53 1.- 15-S.
28 0-00 0-I' 0(-17 o.-2 7-2S 7-.84 S- 0 -oS 11-.03 12'-70 15.0,
29 5-7.3 5-00 o(.17 (-50 (O.i 7.lC S-.'0 0.'. 10-53 1 .'-10 1-4.3;

30 .-4o -I 58(. 0-1 (-.(0 7-1 2 7-S2 S-SO 10-05 1I -l 1 l.l'
31 .2 .'-3. < o 5.S 0- 'S 7 74-1- ,. 44 $ 0.5 1I ll0 I 3-.0i
.1 2 .0 -10 I ..-' 5-5 5i (o-4 7.07 7. -12 1 .S' I-52
.33 *-70 -'S -0 ..1 .2 I (00 1-.II -71 -.57 S-7 10-00 11 -70
34 i-117 -O0 4-80 .-04 5-30 5.-,0 (I.-3 7.s1 ,-2'.' )> l I

35 1-' -1 -.o 1-55 -1-7S 5-0S 5.5O (o.02 (i-S 7'7i) 'Q00 10-:'l
36 '.1 .-13 - I53 .t-S1 -5-'1 5-70 I 0-14 7-37 S-5' '>.",
37 3.S0 11 '107 --'S .1 '- 5..IS ('OS ,S I.- I ).I.
38 i.(0, i) .5 -1 -( lI -.3 0. '- .OS I 74 0-57 7.5's S, .
39 3' .i.S 3.S .. 1 -4.05 4-37 .1-7S 5-.3i 0(-1 7-15 S-41

40 .3-1 .3-27 .i-40 .3-58 .i 4-080 -$ 4-48 5-.05 5-.SO ('-72 7.'l
41 3 .i .-07 3-1') i 3.-35 3-5t( 3 -S. 4-1'1 41-72 5-43 o.31 7-.14
42 2-S' 1 .'-S7 2 .S -13 3.2' 3-57 0 -I--41 5-07 5.00 (.
43 2.'2 2.o' 2.-7 ll .01 i.0 .1-.3 . 3-02 0 ) 72 5.50
44 .-1 .. i-4 I 2 S .' i S-70 .- 3.-0 .-i0 .i1-7') 37 5-1 1 '0-

45 2 .:-30 -' '. 3S .1- .-4l .-0-' 0 4-71 -
46 o.20O 2-11 21' S .-2. 2|-41 .25 .52-83 .-iS 4-.0 5 1.
47 1 -SS 1.-' l -') 2.'-S 2-' 1t) .-. -57 2.0 3-3. 5 .I01-'
48 1-70 1-7-1 1-S0 1 SS I.IS .212 I >-3 -0 301 3-52 -21
49 1-52 1-55 1-01 1-(S I-77 I '00 -'-07 2-34 200l 13 77

50 1-"3 1.137 1 -4 4 1-, 15I 1-(>7 1-2 i 2 -05 2-3o '-75 1.3'
51 1-1 1-2'_3 1-S 1 -34 1-44 1-57 1-77 '-04 2-37 2 '-7
52 .IS 1-00 1-04 1-OS 1-13 1-21 1-32 1-.4S 1-71 1-00 .-4.3
53 .70 .81 .S-I4 .7 0' .)S 1-07 1-21 1-3S 1(' i I'1"7
54 ol o-0' -.o -0o7 -70 *75 -SI *-'2 1-05 1-24 I -51

55 -11 --- -44 -45 -47 -51 -55 -o2 -71 -4 1.-02
56 -'1 I -22 -2 3 '4 -2'6 -28 -32 i .3o -43 -.'










iWidio's' a Orphas' lll o ns' I'sions. ICh. 9. No. 8. 83




I'.-itl.'; 1.

I'lis set'ion of 'able' 1. i?' applicable only to flit ca.,' ol Ottivcrs who
will le aged 58 next blrthdiy, whin they compile t liir p1-riod of
co< ntribulition.

lith Yearly lv Pe'nsion, pa|,vabllc by Monthlv lnstalihnntils. which a1 Yearly
Contribution of 1. pa" vyabl also hy Mo tlily l iislilihntnls. will secure.
I'llh Yearly- (oulltriluilion is lio crasc on flit telfrmiiiitilon of 35 v'cars from
1

oll \\VIE' NI-XI IIIWIIII)\Y.


?i' .F.

- 15 20 i5 30


23 17.-i 7-72 8-17 S-:
24 7-1o 7-11 i-71 8-IS

25 I(,-87 7-10 7-4.2 7.-S
2( 0 ,.5' (1,SI 7-11 7.50
27 .-31 ( S iSIo-81 7-18
28 ()'-01 ('. (3 -51 <)-S(l
29 5.71l 5.'1 '-21l -I

30 ) :11 5:I(lI7 5.') (t .'3
311 5.-I 51 7 5.'-2 1-23
31 1"2"I 5"-I l 5".l 15. )I
342 1.|- ) :i'l1. 5-37 s .5-oIl
33 -I-7/, I'-1S'o -.I 5. 1 A ,
35 -1.2' l -I.-II -I..,0 I.S.ll'

36 -7 1 -17 1 1 -I.7 1-.3I
37 i3.So, 3. 7 .I-I. -1.35
38 .i-, Y*75 .i')' .1.I1I
4)8 3-25 3-.175 3-17 .1-11
.4 1 -) i .4-51 3-( ) .-8ss

40 .t.' .-I ... 7 ..-l
41 3-() 1 L .327 .3- 18
42 2-8s 2.'5 3-I. .321
43 2-.70 12.7, '-s8 .3-00
44 2-52 2-57 2-67 .2-81

45 2-33 2-38 2'-17 2-5 '
46 1.5 2'0l. 2-! 8 2.8,s
47 l.S 2.-0 2-10 .( 2-.1)
48 1.80 1.8- 1-91 2(10
49 1 -(3 1-07 1-7. 1-80

50 1 -1( 1-50 1-55 1-1(,
51 1-29 1-32 1-37 1-12
52 1-12 1-15 1-18 1.23
53 -94 -97 1-00 1-04
54 .77 .79 -81 -841

55 -*5 .00 -62 -04
56 *40 .41 .42 -44
57 .20 -21 -22 -23


6 (2)


45 1 50


9'1-,S
8-71

8-135
S-.11
7-00




(,-33
,.71



4--88
,1-12



3-SS
3--Il
3-11
3-IS
2-90d

2-74
2-52
2-31
2-10
1-90

1-70
1-50(
1-30

.-89

-68
-46
-24


411




-8(,.3

S-o>
8S-25
7-ss
7-5.1

7-17
1,S.1
6-83
(6-50
(-17


5-5

5-11(I
1-72


4-IS

3-l07
3-12
3-1S

2.9.1
2-70
2-48
2-20
2-041

1-82
I .()01
1-3')
1-17
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-72
-49
.25


11-7)





-I'S'
8-2(i

7-87

i-13
(.77
(,-12


5-78
5..-17

-I-S7

-1-57
-I i.2
-1-00
3-73
3--17

3-21
2-'90
2-71
2-47
2-23

1-99
1-75
1-51
1-27
1-03

-78
-53
-27


55 60


13-70 .-li-,
1.0.1 13,00
13- 1 -I .- ,


I2'-10 I -I1-0
I[-I') I I-46,
11-5) 11.15
1-0I0 12-
111- l 12-2

10-12 1.1-60
9-(11 II 1:)
9-20 10-l.62
8-71 10I-0 )
S-30 9-:')N

7-88 9-10
7--(, 8M-.0
7-011, 817
I(-67 7-71
r.-29 7-28

."92 1)-.S(,
5.1' (>.-4d
5-2, 0.(-0
1-80 5-(07
S1-52 5-28

4.18 4-88
3-.1 -14-9
3-53 4-12
3-20 3-741
2-89 3-30

2-.58 3-001
2-27 2-04
1-960 2-28
1 -5 192
1-33 1-57

1-02 1-20
-69 -82
-35 -42


12-Il





9-74
'1-3 1

8-80
8-5IS
8-104
7-0I





InSI


3-1-8-
1-52
-1-2'


1.1)2
3-34,
3-0(.
2-788





2-60
2-230
1-97
1-70
1-43


-88
*60
-30


65


19-11


Ki' ll
17".17


15-17
14-17

13-78

12--4
11-81
S1-20

10-.3
1(0-10
'-57

8-57

8-08
7-62
7-1(
(171


5-81
5-35
4-92
4-48
4-05

3-62
3-20
2-78
2-34
1-90

1.46
.99
-51












(h. 9. No. 8.1 H Oi-pha i Pensions.




FAII 1F 1.

Thi's sc't-t ion of U'e. 1,' is applicable oulil to (lit, cast, of O.fficetts who
mni b' a 59) tiwxt birthday. Iwiicu t 1 t'omp'lot' wir po.rit'tI ot
c kI i I ibhii io'l.


Contribuimloi of 1. p .b'also 1) Molitit vi1 Ilist ~alilitits. %%ill st'cill-c
P~it, Yc'al \ Couitribiiliou is to cast, ou tht, lteri iiution of 35 Yt'airs fromn




\kW ;I I \\ I l-A NI F\I' III N UlI IP \N


-, 15 20 25 30


.3 40 45 50


7 1 0 '. .I 4 7 77 S 21

M 10 7 7. 7.l 7
o 0.' >, 1I: 7.5-1
.o31 ':'l oS4 7.21


' :, ( :1 I:, o..S"
M-0o .', I 2."- e." *S

. 1 n 7 '* 0 1S

n7') $ i ('- -1 ,.-Is





n- .I' 2r 11 -S40
S-71 30 0 1 4 l-
,1 4 1 I On 4 *1 )



1-' 1 I 3K-0 3. -

I I O -. 1' 4 .-'0
I1 3- 0 3" .o -o


.13 .' 21 3 3 ;.'>0
S77 1 S .3 'I .'OS
2-.' 2.,' 2.75 2.SS

W I I I- -n-.io -.s


I -'O 1 '-i 2.0'1 2-10
1 7 1-7S 1 -4 l-W2

1- 7 1 i-l, 1 ,0 I -7
1.41 1 .44 1 -4 0 1"55
1-24 1-.27 1-31 1-37
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l'idows' and Or/phans' I'Pnsions. ICh. 9. No. 8. 85




TA 1.- 1.

llhis s jclion of Table I. is a.ppl-lic.bl only IDt toIlt cas-r of ()lliv-rs who
will Ib alleged 60 next birthday, wheln Ilhi.v compllt'h tlhir p.rit o of
ointrliblition.
Th'i Yearl\y 'Pension, p.l\abhl by M ontill\' Inst.,lint -its, which a Yearly
Contribution of I, piayablh also by Monthly Iinsalintlilns, will sccurce.
Tilh Y'arlhv ('onitrilbution is to cease on tlit' trmiiiiatlion of 35 y-ars i ronm
tlih
.
S\()I F O 1 WiF Ni VT IIl I i)A.\V.


S 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65


25 I '. 7-l 7 -7IS 7-8 1 ,S. -41 ). ) .-'H 11-1l 12-71 11-71 ) 17-60
26 I(,-1 I ,-Si 7'17 7-57 8-07 8-71 '1-55 10-73 12-.21 1 -1I8 16-81
27 ,.-7 -,58 ('-8 7-'5 7.73 S.33 '-I-I 10-1 8 11170 1358q 1-. 05
28 I lo t .'L' 1.-58 ()-'3 7-31 7-)h, 8-7-I 83 11 20 I ()') I'15 .32
29 5.'83 ,0 0 0-28 'l1, 7-0i, 7-1,1 83-1 '9-10 10-72 12-I I 1.1-2

.30 5-.5 57. S- ) -3l (,7.3 7-21 7-It, 8'17 11124 11 8 13.-)-I
31 5-3.1 5-18 5-7 0-I 2 tl11 (,-')l 7-5') 8-50 '-78 11-2) 13-28
32 5-0T -22' )5- IS -72 0-0l (0-5') 7-23 8-15 '9-33 1[0-76 12-62
33 -1-8.3 -1-'7 5-11 5-15 5-0 (6-27 t-88 7-76 8-8s ) 10(2, 12111
34 -1>0 -1"7-1 -1 -' l 5-1') 5-52 5-97 (5-1 7-38 8-(, 9-7, 11-41

35 -.3S -1-50 i 1-70 -1-')4- 5-.-1 5-O.S (- 7-04 8-041 ',-28 10-85
36 -4-I(, I-28 1. -7 -I.(, 4-- 8 5-l40 5-9)1 ()-7 7-03 8-82 10-32
37 3-', -((00 4.1'-4 1 4-4-5 1-7. 5-12 5-60 0-32 723. 8-311 '-80
38 3.-7(, 3.85 -112 4-22 -48 -1-85 5-30 5-')' (-85 7-12 *31
39 3.-5i 3-.15 3- 10 -l0 4-.25 -1-58 5-i 1 5-1(, ,1-48 7-50 1 S3

40 3-37 3--, 3-o 3-78 -4-01 4-3 *-73 5-34 1 -12 7-10 S-36
41 3-1) 3-20) 3-3') 3-50 3-78 4-17 -1-45 5-02 5-77 (,7(1 7'91
42 3-01 3-0o 3120 31-3 3.-5, 3-31 4-18 4-72 5-43 6-32 7-48
43 2-84 290 13-01 3-15 3-34 3-59 3.-') 4-43 5-101 5-5 7-0)5
44 2-(() 2-72 '-8 2-95 3.-12 3-3 3-17 -1-14 -177 5-58 0(-62

45 2-4) 2-54 2-(- 2-70 2-92 3-13 3-42 3.86 -1-45 5-21 1-19
46 2-31 2-30 2-45 25( 2-701 2-90 3-17 3-58 4-13 4-83 5-75
47 2-15 2-20 2-27 2-38 2-51 2-) 2-94 3-32 3-83 4-47 5-34
48 1-'8 2-03 2-10 2-20 2-31 2-48 2-71 3-06 3-52 4-11 4-92
49 1-82 1-87 1-)3 2-02 2-12 2-28 2-49 2-80 3-23 3-76 4-52

50 1-(7 1-71 1-7( 1-84 14 2-08 2-28 2-55 2-94 3-42 4-13
51 1-51 1-55 1-.00 1-6 1-75 1-88 2-06 2-30 2-65 3-08 3-74
52 1-35 1-39 1-43 1-49 1.57 1-68 1-83 2-05 2-37 2-76 3-36
53 1-20 1-23 1-27 1-32 1-38 1-48 1-61 1-81 2-09 2-44 2-97
54 1-04 1-07 1-10 1-14 1-20 1-28 1-40 1-57 1-81 2-13 2-58

55 -88 -90 -93 -97 1-02 1-08 1-18 1-33 1-53 1-80 2-19
56 -72 -73 -75 -78 -83 -88 -96 1-08 1-24 1-46 1-78
57 -55 -56 -58 -60 -63 -67 -73 -82 -95 1-12 1-37
58 -37 -38 -39 -41 -43 -46 -50 -56 -65 -76 -93
59 -19 -20 -20 -21 -22 -23 -25 -29 -33 -39 -48










86 Ch. 9. No. 8.1 ll'idors' and Orp/hns' tensions.




TAI.l*;: I.

This section of I'able 1. is applicable only to thel case to Otlicers wlho
will be aged 61 next birthday, when thlie complete e their period of
contribution.

The Yearly Pension. payable by Monthly Instaments, which a Yearly
Contribution of 1, payable also Ib Monthly Instahllents. will secure.
The Yearl I Contribution is to cease on the ternmiinalion of 35 veairs from
the date of the O)lticer's tirst Conltribuition.


; \(;1 1 \V111.'F NM r IM 1'1111 \.1.
-5
<. 2 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65


26 (,.o7 -SS 7.1.> 7-5o0 8s. 873 (.5;7 10.7o 1'-23 1 1-.'2 10-80
27 o- t-*(>i o .>- 7--'7 7-75 NS-3o -1S 10-3. 11-74. 13-.'3 1(.-11
28 o-12' 31 ( ,.0 0 7-.12 7.O) S-77 *)-87 11 -- 13-.03 15-38
29 5.-So -0 o.1. (.O(-.t 7.00 7-.4 8-3S 1 ,. 10.77 12-47 141('.0,

30 ;. 5.77 -0.' -. ;4 (-.7 7-.20 S.-00 .-1 10-.20 1 1-so 1.4-0I
31 5 1 5. 51 5-75 .-05 0--5 0-o 7-o.- S-ol -S- l I -3o 13.i
32 5- 10 .-'5 5'-18 5-7 (.-14 (o->' 7-2'7 S-'0 0-38 10-83 12-o,)
33 4. -S .501 5 .' 5.-) 5.8.- 5 o -3 o0-0 7-'8 8.05 10-..13 12-0')
34 1..3 177 1-"S -.5 (001 0-5) 7-1-4 -8 2 0S3. 11 -4

35 -111 4-1'1 1-7 1 4-.0 iS 52 5-72 1 -'7 7-07 8-1l -).i3o 10.03
36 -1O2, -1.'3 4-1 0 -7.3 5.0 5-44 5.o (o.73 7-70 8.-00 10.41
37 1.00- 4-10 4-2S -150 4-75 517 5-.(,o -.0 7-31 S-45 'l.0l
38 3. 0 3.1 0 4)1 0 4-- 7 -5.13 4-00 5-.00 1 -(.5 1.03 8.-01 <)-4 I
34 3-0,0 3.(,') 3.85 4-105 4-.30 5- S 5-73 (-50( 7-tS 0 8.-)3

40 3. 1-2 3. 30 (.4 3 S.i -0 4-. 4- 0 1 1-.2' 7-1' S-47
41 3.21 3. 3.45 3..'2 3-S-1 *- 4 4-'52 5-10 5-8o o-,1 -0(13
42 3.-0, '13.; 3-'o .3-41 3-.' 3.100 4-25 -1-S1 5-53 ,-43 7-.1
43 2.S'0 2.')5 3.-01 0 3.11 31. 3-.0 4-00 4-52 5-.2' o 7 7-18
44 .'27, -'7S 2-SS '302 32-'0 3-4-1 3-75 4- 1 4 t4-S 5-71 0 -77

45 -55. 2(.0 2.70 2 2 '* .) 3"21 3-50 3.0o, 4- .5( 5-33 (0-34
46 .'23 2-43. 2-5' 2-4 2-78 2.0- 3-27 3.(>) 4.25 -1 4 7 5.i)-
47 2' 2'-27 2-.5 2-1' 2-.') 2-78 3-0.1 3-43 3. % 4-.2 5-51
48 2-'o, 2.11 2.-1S 2.'28 .40 '-5S 2.- 3.18 3-.oo 4-2 7 5-12
49 1-00 1-o 2-02 2.11 2l 22 238 1 -1 2- 3-38 3-03 1-73

50 1-.7 1-.S) 1-So 1-0.1 2-04 2-18 2-3S 2-1') 3-00 3-00 4-35
51 l-t0 1-04 1-70 1-77 18-1o 1-)') 217 2-44 2-'82 3- 'S 3-i0
52 1-45 1 -1 1.54 1-(0 1-(18 1-80 1 -t 2-21 -"54 2-(41 3-01
53 1-30. 1.34 1-38 1-.43 1-51 1-(1 1-7o 1-07 2-27 2 -(5 3-.23
54 1-.5 1-1S 122. 1-27 1-33 1-42 1-55 1-7- 201 2-3() -'S2-

55 1-00 1-03 1-o 00 1-10 1-10 1-23 1-34 1-51 1-74 2'-05 2.4
56 -S5 -S7 .'o I .-3 -.0 1-04 1-13 1-28 1-47 1-74 2-11
57 -71 .72 73 .7 -SO -85 -o'2 1-04 1-20 1-42 1-73
58 -53 .54 -55 5 8 -.1l (-65 -70 -79 .02 1-08 1-33
59 -3t, -37 -3S -40 -42 -44 -48 -54 -62 -74 l

60 -1 -10 *20 i *20 -21 -22 -4 -8 -32 38 -4(
I I










Widows' and Orphans' tensions. [Ch. 9. No. 8. 87




TABLE I.

This section of Table I. is applicable only to the case of Oflicers who
will be aged 62 next birthday, when they complete their period of
contribution.
The Yearly Pension, payable by Monthly Instalments, which a Yearly
Contribution of 1, payable also by Monthly Instalments, will secure.
The Yearly Contribution is to cease on the termination of 35 years from
the date of thle ()licer's lirst Contribution.


. A(;I: OM \VI11i, NI\:T i UTII I DAY.


,, 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60


27 ,--1 (-(-2 0-'2 7-2') 7-78 8-38 9-20 10-35 11-78 13-66
28 <6-14 (-33 ( (-.2 ('. 7-44 8-02 8-80 :)-91 11-28 13-08
29 5-S8 -,0o, 33 (6-7 7-12 7-S8 8-42 9-48 1081 12-51

30 5-.,1 5-7 -(05 (-37 (70' 7-32 8-04 1.0( 10-.3 11)4
31 5-3: 5-54 5- t78 ,OS (0-48 6-)9 7-(8 8-65 9-8' 1141
32 5-12 5-28 5-51 5-7' (-17 0-6 7-32 8-24 9-44 10H89
33 4-S') 5-04 5 -'(, 5-52 5-88 -,35 6(-7 7-8(6 '00 10-39
34 4-1l 4-ISO 5-01 52 5-2 5-60 (-06 004 7-49 8-58 9-90

35 -I-44 4-57 i477 5-otl 5-32 5-7( 6-31 7-12 8s16 9-43
36 -123 4-35 4-54 477 5-07 5-48 (-00 (078 7-7( 8-97
37 -10 41 4- 1 3 1 4-54 -1-82 5-21 5-71 --44 7-37 H852
38 3-84. 3-. 4 l4101 1 4*58 4-95 5-42 6-12 7-00 8-10
39 3-04 1-73 3-8) 409) 1-34 4-() 5-13 5-79 6-63 7-68

40 3-4I 3-54 5 3-0() 3-88 4-12 4-44 4-85 5-48 (0-28 7-28
41 3.3- *8 13- 3 -41 9 3-(7 3-*8 -+1 ) 4-58 5-17 5-)4 (-90
42 3-11 .3-1S 3-30 3-47 3-(8 3-96 4-32 4-88 5-61 (653
43 2')4 3-00c 3-12 3-27 3-40 3-72 4-)0 4-59 5-2) (0-17
44 2-77 2-83 2-94 308 3-26 3-50 3-82 4-32 4-97 5-82

45 2-60 2-66 2-76 2-89 3-05 3-28 3-58 4-04 4-66 5-45
46 2-44 2-49 2-58 2-70 2-85 3-0( 3-35 3-78 4-30 5-09
47 2-2S 2-33 2-42 2-53 2-66 2-86 3-13 3-53 4-07 4-75
48 2-13 2-18 2-26 2-30 2-49 2-(7 2-92 3-29 3-79 4-42
49 L)S8 2-03 2-10 2-19 2-31 2-48 2-70 3-05 3-51 4-08

50 1-83 1-88 1.94 2-02 2-12 2-28 2-49 2-80 3-23 3-76
51 1-.8 1-72 1-78 1-8( 1-95 2-09 2-28 2-57 2-96 3-44
52 1-54 1-58 1-63 1-70 1-79 1-91 2-08 2-34 2-70 3-14
53 1-40 1-43 1-48 1-54 1-62 1-73 1-88 2-12 2-44 2-85
54 1-26 1-29 1-33 1-38 1-45 1-55 1-68 1-90 2-18 2-56

55 1-11 1-14 1-18 1-22 1-28 1-37 1-49 1-67 1-93 2-27
56 -97 -99 1-02 1-06 1-11 1-19 1-29 1-45 1-67 1-98
57 -82 -84 -87 -90 -94 1-00 1-09 1-23 1-42 1-68
58 .67 -69 -71 -73 -77 -82 -89 1-00 1-16 1-37
59 -51 -52 -54 -56 -59 -63 -68 -76 -88 1-05

60 .35 -36 .37 -38 -40 -43 -46 -52 -60 -72
61 -18 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -24 -27 -31 -37


65


1()-15
15-43
14-75

14-11
13-42
12-76
12-16
11-57

11-01
10-49
9-99
9-51
9-03

8-58
8-14
7-72
7-30
6-90

6-48
6-06
5-67
5-30
4-92

4-54
4-18
3-82
3-47
3-12

2-76
2-41
2-04
1-68
1-29

-88
-45










88 Ch. 9. No. 8.] Ilidows' and Orphans' Pensions.




TABLE 1.

This section of Table I. is applicable only to the case of Officers who
will be aged 63 next birthday, when they complete their period of
contribution.
The Yearly Pension, payable by Mlonthly Instalments, which a Yearly
Contribution of 1, payable also 1h Monthly Instalments, will secure.
The Yearly Contribution is to cease on the termination of 35 years from
the daLte of the Oiicer's first ('Contribiution.


-1 1 j .\(;1"A OF WFI-: N-I.XT HRTH IAY.


S 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 1 50 55 60 65

28 0('-17 0-3(.o o-o, 5 7-00 7-47 8-05 8-14 0.04 11-32 13-13 15-50
29 :5-00 0-09o 0-3'o i,-70 7-14 7-70 8-45 9-52- 10-85 12-50 14-80

30 5-.3 5-S1 0-.07 3 (S,-2 7-35 8-07 0-09 10-38 11-90' 14-13
31 5-3S 5-51. 5-- 0 .10 i ,50 i 7-01 7-70 8-0, 9-92 11-45 13-47
32 5-14- 5-31 .5-54- 5-S'2 i-2.0 -70o 7-35 8-28 Q-48 101-4 12-83
33 ,4-1 5-00 252 5-55 5-01 0-31) 7-01 7.-00 0-05 10-44 12-22
34 4-(' 1 -4-S3 5-o04 5-2, 5-(i2 (i08 ( -.7 7-52 S-02 !9-5 11-03

35 4-47 4-o(o 4-So 5-,04 5-3(, 5S 0 (-35 7-1 8-21 -48 11 08
36 .4-2' 4-3S 4-57 4-S-0 5- 10 5-53 6-05 i 3 (-S3 7-81 i -04 10-57
37 4-01o .-17 41-3 5 -57 4-S(, 5-2o 5-75 .-5 i 7-43 8-50) '10-07
38 3 -S7 3"-7 4-14 4-.35 4-1, 5-00 5-47 (-117 7-0o S-1o '.59)
39 3 (,S 377 3.'03 4113 4-3'0 474 5-1S 5-S-1 0-70 7-75 9-12

40 3-50 3-5S 3 73 3.'2 4-1 4-48 4-'1 5-54 0-35 7-3S S-07
41 3-3. 3-10 354 3-71 .4 'i .4-24 4-o4 5-2-. (-O2 O.OS 8-2
42 3-15 3-22 3 3 3 3-51 3-7 4-01 4.38 4-'I 5-o' i-o2 7-83
43 2lS 3-05 3.-17 3-' 3 35 3-.78 4-13 4-i( 5-37 0-27 7-42
44 2 .-2 2.-SS 2-') 3 13 3-31 3-5o 3 SS 4-3', 5-0( 5-91 7-02

45 21-5 2. 71 '2-'1 2-'1 3-11 3-34 3- 5 4-12 475 5-55 o- i0
46 2--i' 2-55 S 2-4 2'-7> 2'11 3-13 3-412 3-.8o 4-45 5-20 i 0-1
47 2-34 2-30'l 2-IS 2-5 i -.73 .2-' 3 0 30 3- 4-17 4-87 581
48 2-1, 2.-.-4 2'32 2.42' 2-55 2! -74 2.-'i 3-38 3') 4-54 5-43
49 2-04 2'*0' 2-1, 2-'b 2' 37 2-55 I 2-78 3-14 3-.o 4-20 5-00,

50 1 )'0 1 -'4 2 1 2-'10 i '-0 2-30 2-58 2-01 3-35 3-0 4-71
51 1-7o 0 -s,0 18s 1-04 2.04 2-IS 2 '-3 2-68 3-0') 3-50 4-30
52 1-.o2 1- 1-71 1- -78 1-87 2-00 2-18 2-40 2-83 3-30 4-l01
53 1-4S 1 -52 1-57 1-o3 1-71 1-83 1-'I' 2-24 2 -58 3-01 3-67
54 1-34 1-3S -- 1-4 1-55 1-0 1-80 2-03 2-34 2-75 3-34

55 1-2 1-24 1-2 1-33 1-40 1-40 1 2- 1-83 2-10 2-47 3-01
56 1-07 1-10 1-13 1-17 1-23 1-32 1-43 1-01 1-85 2-19 2-00
57 -03 -.0 -.i) 1-02 1-08 1-14 1-24 1-40 1-01 1-91 2-33
58 -79 -SI -84 -S7 .-'1 -97 1-05 1-1 8 1-37 1-02 1-98
59 -04 -'o -OS -71 -74 -79 -80 -90 1-12 1-32 1-62

60 -40 -50 -52 -54 -57 (0 05 -74 86 i 1-02 1-24
61 -34 -35 -30 -37 39 *41 -45 -51 -59 -70 -80
62 -17 -1S -1S -19 -20 -21 -23 -26 -30 -36 -44










89


Widows' and Orphans' Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 8.




TABLE I.

This section of Table I. is applicable only to the case of Officers who
will be aged 64 next birthday, when they complete their period of
contribution.

The Yearly Pension, payable by Monthly Instalments, which a Yearly
Contribution of 1, payable also by Monthly Instalments, will secure.
lThe Yearlv Contribution is to cease on the termination of 35 years from
the date of the Oflicer's tirst Contribution.


AGE


S, 15 20 25 30


29 5.-2 6'-10 6-37 671

30 5-(6 5-84 6-)0) -I1
31 5-.40 5-5S 5.82 0-13
32 5.1, 533 5.56 5-8
33 i4-'3 5-08 5-31 557
34 '4-71 4-85 5-00 5-32

35 4-50 4-63 4-82 5-07
36 4-29 4-41 4-60 4-83
37 4-0'1 4-20 4-3' 4-0
38 3-9.0 -1-00) 4-17 4-3
39 3-71 3-80 3"-9 4-10(

40 3i-53 3-61 3-7( 3-*'
41 3-36 3-44 3.57 3-75
42 3-1S 3-20 3-39 3-55
43 3-o2 3-09 3-21 3-3(
44 2-80 2-92 3-03 3-17

45 2-70 2-76 2-86 2-99
46 2-53 2-5' 2-()9 2-81
47 2-38 2-44 2-53 2-64
48 2-24 2-29 2-37 2-48
49 2-10 2-14 2-22 2-32

50 1-06 2-00 2-07 2-16
51 1-83 1-87 1-93 2-01
52 1-6) 1-73 1-78 1-86
53 1-55 1-59 1-64 1-71
54 1-42 1-46 1-51 1-56

55 1-29) 133 1-37 1-42
56 1-16 1-19 1-23 1-28
57 1-03 1-06 1-09 1-13
58 .90 -92 .95 -99
59 .76 -78 -81 *84

60 -62 *64 -66 -69
61 -48 *49 -51 -53
62 -33 .34 -35 -36
63 -17 *17 -18 -19


35 40


7-10 7.72

(,S-4 7-38
(053 7-04
(-22 6-72
5'93 6-41
5-65 6-12

5-39 5-83
5-14 5-50
4-8' 5-29
4-65 5- 03
4-42 4-78

4-20 4-52
3-98 4-28
3-77 4-05
3-5( 3-83
3-36 3-61

3-16 3-40
2-97 3-19
2-78 2-99
2-61 2-80
2-44 2-62

2-27 2-44
2-11 2-26
1-95 2-09
1-80 1-92
1-64 1-76

1-49 1-59
1-34 1-43
1-19 1-26
1-04 1-10
-88 -93

-72 -76
-55 -58
-38 -40
-20 -21


45


8-47

8-10
7-73
7-38
7-04
0-70

6-39
6-09)
5-79)
5-51
5-23

4-95
4-68
4-42
4-18
3-94

3-71
3-48
3-27
3-06
2-86

2-66
2-47
2-28
2-09
1-91

1-73
1-55
1-37
1-19
1-01

-83
-63
*43
-22


50 55 60 65


10-88

10-41
9-96
9-52
09-09
8-67

8-20
7-86
7-48
7-11
6-76

6-40
6-07
5-75
5-44
5-13

4-83
4-53
4-25
3-98
3-71

3-45
3-20
2-96
2-71
2-48

2-24
2-01
1-78
1-55
1-32

1-08
-83
-57
-29


12-60

12-03
11-50
10-99
10-48
10-00

9-54
9-09
8-65
8-22
7-82

7-42
7-05
6-69
6-35
6-00

5-65
5-30
4-97
4-64
4-31

4-02
3-72
3-44
3-16
2-91

2-64
2-39
2-11
1-84
1-56

1-28
-99
-68
-35


14-85

14-18
13-52
12-88
12-27
11-69

11-15
10-63
10-13
9-66
9-20

8-74
8-32
7-91
7-51
7-11

6-71
6-31
5-93
5-56
5-20

4-85
4-52
4-19
3-86
3-54

3-22
2-90
2-57
2-25
1-92

1-57
1-22
-84
.44


)F WIFE NEXT HITII)DAY.










90 Ch. 9. No. 8.] Il'idocs' and Orphans' Pensions.




TABLEI : I.

This section of Table I. is applicable only to ti1w case of Oflicers who
will be aged 65 next birthday, when they complete their period of
contribution.

The Yearly Pension, payable by Monthly Instalments, which a Yearly
Contribution of 1, payable also by Monthly Instalments, will secure.
The Yearlyo Contribution is to cease on tlie termination of 35 years from
the dl.te of the Officer's tirst Contribution or on his attaining tlie age of 05.


\G ( IF 01- \ II NFNNIi liNr illl .11Y.
pc~


S 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65


30 '5-,7 5-So ,o l (-413 ,0-So 7-40 8-12 0-.15 10-44 12-07 14-23
31 5-42 5'-(0 '5-. S (-14 o-55 7-00 7-70 '874 I.9)) 11-53 13-50
32 5-1S 5-35 5-5S 5-So (,-.5 0-75 7-41 8-35 '-5o 11-03 12-93
33 4-95 5-10 5'33 5-50 5-05 0.44 7-00 7-'07 '9-12 10-52 12-31
34 .-73 4 -S7 5-S0 5-34 5--0S ('-1-4 o-73 7-00 8 -71 10-05 11-74

35 4-.5 -4-o5 4-S5 5-1 5 5l.i-42 5-o0 -4.2 7-24 S-.S '-50 11-20
36 .1-31 -4-43 4-0' 4-SO 5-lo 5-'50 (-12 0-' 1 7-0>0 9-14 10-W
37 4-11 4- 23 4-41 4-03 44-02 5-32 5-S2 (,'5S 7-52 8-70 10-20
38 3-.0- 4-02 4-1'9 4"41 -1-(8 5-0(< 5-54 ('-25 7-10 8-.27 0-7-'
39 3-74 3 3 3'4) .4-1'V 4 4-I8 5-.2 5 -4 ('-SO 7-8S8 0-20

40 3--' 3"53- -70) 3-.0 .4-"23 4-.50 4-l'. 5(-03 0(4( 7-40 S -
41 3.3'0 3-47 3 (00 3-7S 4-01 4-3.' 4-72 5-34 o-13 7-1' 8-40
3- 43-2 3' 3-42 3- 3- 4-10 4.-47 5-05 5-Sl 0-70 7-99
43 3-0o 3-1 2 3-24 3-40 .3-00 3-7 -1-'3 4-78 5-50 0-42 7-00
44 -'1.0 -2'o 307 33'21 3-40 3-0> 3-0 4-51 5-1') (0-07 7-20

45 2-74 .0 20 3-03 3- 3-44 33-71 3- 4-25 4.-8' 5-73 6-81
46 -'-57 2-o3 2.'73 2-S5 3-01 324- 3-5 33-90 4-00 5-38 6-41
47 2-42' 2-4, 2-57 2-o 2-84 3-05 3-33 3-7, 4-33 5-0 1 (0-04
48 2.2S 2.-34 2-42 2'-53 2.-o 2.-* 3-12 3-52 4-00 4-74 5-07
49 2.-14 2'0 --27 2-37 2-50 2-08 2-03 3-30 3-SO 4-42 5-32

50 2-00 2-0o 2-13 '-'2 2-33 2-50 2-73 3-08 3-54 4-12 4-98
51 1-SS 1.02 1.00' 2-07 2'-18 2-33 2-54 2-0So 3-30 3-84 4-.(
52 1-75 1.70 1 -5 1. -2 2-02' 2-7 2-S3o 2-05 3-00 3-50 4-34
53 1-,2- 1-00 1-71 1-78 1-S7 2-00 2-18 2-45 2-83 3-30 4-02
54 1-4 1-5 1-3 1 58 1-04 1-72 1-84 2 00 2'-5 --(0 3-05 3-71

55 1-37 1-40 1-45 1-50 1-58 1 OS 1-83 2-00 2.37 2-80 3-40
56 1-25 1 -2S 1-32 1-37 1-44 15 1 1-87 2- 1 2-54 3-10
57 1-12 11 1 1-1S 1-23 1.2') 1-37 1-41) 1-0S 1 -04 2-21) 2-79
58 -00 1-02 1-05 l-0 1-15 1-22 1-32 1-49 1-72 2-04 2-40
59 .-s -sO -'12 .015 1-00 1-00 1-15 1-209 1-50 1-78 2-18

60 -74 .-7 -7S -8l -85 .0 -97 1-10 1-28 1-51 1-85
61 -t0 -02 -4 -0. .-9 -73 -80 -90 1-04 1 i 24 1-53
62 -47 -4S .-4 -51 -53 -56 -01 -69 -80 -96 1-18
63 32 -'33 -34 -35 -37 -319 -42 -47 -55 -66 -82
64 -1( -17 -17 -18 -19 -20 -22 -24 -28 *34 -43










Widows' and Orphans' Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 8. 91


TABLE II. (Section 5.)
TIrE YEARLY PENSION, payable by Monthly Instalments, which a Single
Contribution of 1 will secure.


c WE .\G1E OF WIFI NEXT I-


iJ 15 20 25 30 35 40 45


15 -807 -900 -940 -990 1 055 1 13. 1i-238
16 -844 -876 -*0'l *904 1-028 1- 106 1 -208
17 821 -851 -890 -938 1.000 1-078 1.178
18 -797 .827 -8(5 *912 *)72 1-047 -1 46.1(
19 -77.4 8-01 -S39 -884 -*'43 -016 II 12
20 -751 -770 -814 -858 -916 -987 1-080
21 -728 -755 -789 -833 -887 -958 1 -048
22 -705 -730 -703 -806 -850 -928 1010
23 4 ,83 -707 -738 *780 -831 8)') -983
24 1.o0 -683 -713 -754 -803 -8:6 -.052
25 '0(39 6((60 -(,o0 -728 -77( -838 .-0 19
26 -0 (S 6.38 -(167 -703 -750 -809) 887
27 59)7 (I10 *-44 -(79) -725 .-7 1 -857
28 -577 -595 -(22 -55 -(099 -753 -826
29 -550 -573 -600 -032 (174 -727 -797
30 53 554 -578 -(009) -(.4' -700 .769
31 -518 -534 -558 -587 -(20l -747.1 -741
32 '500 *516 -538 -5605 -602 .650 -714-
33 *482 -497 -51)9 -545 -580 -(27 -,88
34 -4-15 -4179 -500 -525 -558 -60.1 o(-6
35 i -448 *412 .482 -507 -538 -582 -638
36 -431 -440 -405 -489 -51) .562 -615
37 -419') -430 -449 -472 -501 -542 -593
38 -405 -415 -433 -455 -483 -522 -572
39 -3')1 401 417 -439 -400 -503 -551
40 -378 -387 -402 -423 49 -484 -530
41 -305 -374 -388 4-108 -433 -4600 -509
42 ,-353 -361 .-375 -393 -417 -449 490
43 -341 -349 -302 -379 -402 -432 -472
44 -330 "-337 -349 -3(,6 -387 *416 -454
45 -318 325 -337 -353 -373 -401 -438
46 -307 -314 -326 -341 -360 -386 -422
47 i-207 -304 -315 -329 -347 373 -4(07
48 -287 -294 -304 -318 -336 359 -393
49 -278 -284 -294 -307 -323 -347 -378
50 -268 -275 -284 -2'9 -312 -335 -365
51 -260 -266 -275 -286 -301 -323 -352
52 -251 -258 -266 -277 -291 -312 -340
53 -244 -250 -258 -268 -282 -301 -328
54 -230 242 -250 -259 -272 -291 -317
55 -228 i -234 -242 -251 -264 -281 -306
56 -221 -227 -234 -243 -256 -272 -296
57 *215 -220 -227 -236 -248 -263 -286
58 208 -214 -220 -229 -240 -255 -277
59 -202 -207 -214 -222 -233 -247 -268
60 -196 -201 -208 -216 -226 -240 -260
61 -190 -196 -202 -210 -220 -232 -252
62 -184 -190 -196 -204 -214 -226 -244
63 -179 -185 -191 -199 -208 -219 -237
64 -174 -180 -186 -193 -202 -213 -230


il RTI I)AY.


50


1.38'I
1 353
1.318
1.282
1-2-19)
1-214
1-177
1-140)
1-104
1-0(07
1-032
.997
*963
-930
-898

-835
-804
-77()
*747
*720
*(95
-670
*.45
-621
.598
-575
.554
.533
-513
.494
*47()
.459
-443
-427
-411
-396
-382
-369
-356
*344
-333
-322
-312
-302
-293
-284
-275
*266
-258


55 60


1-595 1-866
1-550 1-812
1-506 1-758
1 -464 1-706
1-420 14 58
1-378 1-(08
1-337 1-558
1-297 1-508
1 -253 -460
1-212 1-411
1-172 1-364
1-134 1-318
1-(096 1-272
1-050 1-229
1-024 1-185
-988 1-142
-054 1-101
-'921 1-063.
-888 1-025
-850 -988
-825 -953
-795 -919
-766 -886
-739 -854
-712 -824
-686 -795
-661 -768
-637 -741
-614 -716
-591 -692
-570 -667
-549 -642
-529 -618
-510 -595
-491 -572
-474 -551
-457 -531
-440 -513
-425 -496
-410 -482
-396 -467
-383 -453
-372 -440
-360 -427
-350 -415
-340 -404
-330 -393
-321 -383
-311 -374
-302 -364


S65


2-242
2-188
2-132
2-075
2-008
1-938
1-873
1-812
1-748
1 -86
1-623
1-562
1-504
1-44'
1-397
1-340
1-295
1-245
1-199)
1-155
1-114
1-075
1-038
1-003
.969
-936
-906
-876
-848
-820
-792
-764
-738
-713
.689
-666
-644
-624
-604
-586
-568
-552
-536
-522
-508
-495
-484
-473
-463
-454


I









92 Ch. 9. No. 8.] Widowzs' and Orphans' Pensions.


(Section 5.1


The SING-LE



Sx 15




15 1-154
16 1-185
17 1-218
18 1-254
19 1-2'1
20 1-331
21 1 .-373
22 1-418
23 1-4055
24 1-515
25 1-500
26 1-01,)
27 1 -(75
28 !1-734
29 1-707
30 1-8o4
31 1 -032
32 2-002
33 2-07.t
34 2.1-14
35 2-22'
36 .2305
37 2-387
38 2-471
39 2-558
40 2' -17
41 2-738
42 2-832
43 2-.31
44 3.033
45 3-141
46 3-253
47 3-3107
48 3-48;4
49 3-(003
50 3-724
51 3-8-14
52 3-077
53 4-107
54 4-23')
55 4-370(
56 4-510
57 4-058
58 4-804
59 4-954
60 5-10S
61 5-204
62 5-422
63 5-582
64 5-745


TABLE III.
CoNTRIBUTION which will secure a Yearly Pension of 1
payable by Monthly Instahnents.

.\GE O1 \V WIF NEXT HIRTHlAl).Y.


20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65


1-111 1-004o1 1-010 1 S 1 SS2' -SS -720 -0(27 -530 .440
1-142 1-002 1.037 -073 -: '04 -S'S .739 -045 -552 -457
1-175 1-123 1-000 1-000 -.928 -8-1) -75) .-004 -500) -460
1200 1-150 1.-097! 1-029 -055 -873 -780 -83 -5S( -482
1-24-0 1-1 2 1-132 1-000 984 -899 80o -7014 -003 -498
1-284 1-229 1- 1-092 1-013 -.20 -824 -7210 -22 510
1-325, 1-20S 1-2'01 1-127 1-04.11 -'5I -850 -74S I *412 -5.14
1-300 1.-310 1-241 1-104 1-077 '-84 -77 *772 -003 -552
1-415 1355 1-282 1.203 1-112 1-017 -0I i .7S i 85 572
1-404 1-40.2 1-320 1-2'45 1.151 1-05.1 *.37 -S25 .70') *593
1-515 1-450 1-373 1-2S') 1-10'3 IOSS .*( -S 3 *-733 -016
1-5 8 1-500 1-422 1-333 ;1-23 1 1-127 1-003 -SS2 *751) -6140
1- 1.(,S1 1-08 1-52o 1-431 1-.3 S 1-210 1-075 -44 -I S14 *')0
1-742 1-66lS 1-5S3 1-484 1-370 I-255 1-1 14 -*77 -844 -716
1-S05 1-730 1-043 1-510 1-42 1301 155 1 -012 -8701 -7-43
1-871 1-703 1-704 1-5'00( 1-483 1-350 1-198 1-0 ).18 -10S -772
1-040 1-850) 1-770 l-(,,l 1-53S 1-401 1-243 1-OSo08 ) -41 -803
2-013 1-')2S 1-830 1-725 1-5)00 1-454 1-2S') 1-120 .-170, -834
2-087 2-000 1-904 1.-7 1 1-055 1-510 1-33 11 l 1.012 -80
2-1Io4 2-07. 1 -)74 1-85S 1-710 1-517 1-380' 1-212 1-04') -So)8
2-243 2-150 2-040 1 .(2o 1-77') 1-025 1-43' 1 -25S 1-0, 88 -30
2-324 2-22) 2.'-121 1 -0'0' 1-S45 1-OS 1-403 1-305 1-12) -9(63
2-40S 2-311 2-1')) 2-0'o : 1-'14 1-74) 1-55 1 -5 1354 i1-171 -007
2-_4-''o 2-3'o 2-2 0 2-145 l1-0S7 1-S10 1-010 1-405 1-214 1-032
2-5S4 '2-4S4 2-3564 2-22' 2.-005 1-887 1-673 1-458 1-258 1-068
2-075 2-574 2-45' 2 2-311 i2-145 1-')3 1-738 1-513 1-3031 1-104
2-770 -7 2('7-542 2-308 2-227 2-041 1-800 1l570 1-340) 1-141
2-.So( 2-7('3 2-i(3o 2-4 88 2.313 2-120 1-870 1-2 1-2 -306 1-17'
2-1'oS 2-S(o2 2-733 2-582: 2-402 2-201 I ( 1- I4 1-0)1 1-446 1-219
3-073 2-0o(4 2-833 2-(7' 2.-14 2-284 2-023 1-755 1-500 1-262
3-182 3-070 2-030' 2.-780 12-58 2-30) 2-0109 1-821 1-558 1-308
3-202 3-17') 3-041 2-.83 2-683 2-450 2-177 1-8 ) 1-017 1-355
3-404 3-2'0 3-14S 2-k)8' 2-782 2-547 2-258 1-001 1-080 1-403
3-520 3-403 3-200 3-0'7 2-883 2-042 2-342 2-035 1-750 1-452





4-205 4-137 3-98 3-702 3-555 3-260 2-905 2-523 2-141 1-759
4-401 4-200 4-115 3-914' 3-74 3-382 3-002 2-608 2-208 1-812
4-547 4-402 4-242 4-030 3-7'0 3-497 '3-101 2-091 2-275 1-865
4-00 4-530 4-370 4-100 3 3-920 3-013 3-203 2-774353 2-342 1-917
4-S22 4-0073 34-50 4-27 4-0437 3-731 3-308 2-858 2-409 1-9707
4-20 4-812 4-32 4-417 4-174555 3-850 3-41405 2-942 2-141 1-018
5-112 4-952 4-76115 4-548 4-30274 3-971 3-522 -027 2-543 2-067
5-25) 5-093 i4-898 4-680 4-431 4-095 3-638 3-117 2-610 2-114
5-408 5-235 5-031 4-813 4-560 4-222 3-754 3-213 2-677 2-160
5-55S 5-387 '5-180 4-947 4-089 4-352 3-873 3-314 2-744 2-204











Widows' and Orphans' Pensions. [Ch. 9. No. 8.


TABLE IV.

Of the values of temporary annuities of l or $4.80.


to cease
at agte.


55
5o)
57
58
5'9
(l)
61
62
63
(04
05
65
(65
65
65
65
65
(65
05
65
65
()5


Value of
Annuity of LI
or $4-80.S.


12.890
12-837
12-751
12'72-1
12-064
12-( 03
12-53')
12-475
12-408
12-339'
12-2)00)
12-143
12-013
11-78S
11-738
11-5'()
11-437
11-278
11-112
10-)38
10-757


I'Payment
to cease
at age.


(65
065
(65
(65
(65
(65
(65
(65
05
65
05
65
65
65
(65
(65
(05
(65
()5
05


V;alue of
Annuity of 1I
or $4-80.


10.5(8
10-35
10-158
9.')97()3
9-703
)-450(
9-196
8'()"O
8-92 t
86()30
8-324
8-000
7-655
7-290
7()2')

0-489
(,048
5-575
5-007
4-520
3-928


THIRD SCHEDULE.


(Section 22.)


Form of Certificate.

I, hereby certify that I have examined, as required by the
Widow's and Orphans' Pensions Ordinance, Mr. and find [or do
not find] him from his habits, previous medical history, and present
physical and mental condition to be a fair average life and qualified to
become a contributor under the said Ordinance.
M. D.



Questions to be put by Medical Examiner as required by the
Widow's and Orphans' Pensions Ordinance.


Statements made by


aged


1. Are your parents alive; if dead, state age
at death and cause of death ?

2. Are any of your immediate family afflicted
with Consumption, Leprosy, or Insanity,
or have any suffered from these diseases ?


(S(, t.ion 43.)



















94 Ch. 9. No. 8.] Widows' and Orphans' Pensions.


3. What is the general state of your health,
and what illness or illnesses have you had
since childhood ?
4. Have you ever suffered from disease of the
Brain, Paralysis, Epilepsy or other fits,
Insanity or other Nervous diseases ?
5. Have vou ever suffered from Spitting of
Blood, Habitual Cough, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Inflammation or disease of
Lungs, or any disease of the Heart ?
6. Have you suffered from Dropsy, Inflam-
mation or other disease of the Bowels,
disease of Liver, Kidneys or Urinary
Organs ?
7. Have you ever applied to any Insurance
Company to effect an insurance on your
life and been rejected, posponed, or
rated up ?
N.B.-Urine to be examined in all cases and
any other questions to be asked or
enquiries made which the Medical
Examiner think necessary.

Signature of Applicant.

NOTE.- The answers to these questions are deemed the basis of the contract
between the member under examination and the Committee, and any intentional
misstatement therein will vitiate the contract and lead to forfeiture of the contribution
of the person guilty thereof. .S'c section 22 of the Widows' and Orphan's Pensions
Ordinance.




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