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ADMINISTRATIVE COMMISSION OF THE PENSION FUND FOR OFFICERS OF PRIMARY INSTRUCTION.
MINUTES OF MEETING AT QUEBEC, DECEMBER 14TH, 1898.
Present:-The Honorable the Superintendent of Public Instruction, president; Mr. John Ahern, of Quebec, Roman Catholic Teachers' representative for Quebec; Messrs. S. H. Parsons, B.A., and H. M. Cockfield, B.A., of the City of Montreal, representatives of the Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers; and Mr. J. O. Cassegrain, of the City of Montreal, representative of the Roman Catholic Association of Teachers of Montreal.
Read, a letter from Mr. F. X. P. Demers, President of the Roman Catholic Association of Teachers of Montreal, dated December 5th, 1898, informing the Superintendent of Public Instruction that the Roman Catholic Teachers of Montreal have elected Mr. J. O. Cassegrain, Professor of the Jacques-Cartier Normal School, member of the Administrative Commission of the Pension Fund, to replace Mr. A. E. Archambault.
Read, a letter from Mr. A. W. Kneeland, Secretary of the Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers, informing Mr. G. W. Parmelee, Secretary of the Department of Public Instruction, that Messrs. S. H. Parsons and H. M. Cockfield, of Montreal, have been elected members of the Administrative Commission of the Pension Fund by said Association.
The minutes of the sessions of December 21st, 22nd and 23rd, 1897, were read and confirmed.
Read, a report of the Secretary of the Commission showing the receipts and expenditure of the Pension Fund for the school year ending June 30th, 1898, as follows :
Receipts, including special grant of six thousand dollars received from the Provincial Government......
Leaving a deficit of.........
There remained last year in trust, in the Treasury
$ 655 29
.$ 3,096 20
It was necessary this year, in order to meet the aforesaid deficit, to draw on this balance......
Balance to credit, in trust.......
Capital account July 1st, 1897......
Read two statements of accounts dated December 9th, 1898, signed by Mr. H. T. Machin, Assistant Treasurer of the Province, showing $2,440.91 to the credit of revenue, and $184.230.09 to the credit of capital account of the Pension Fund in the hands of the Treasurer of the Province.
Read, the following statement, giving the names of those who have ceased to be pensioners since last year:
PENSIONERS WHO RESUMED TEACHING IN 1898.
Widow Louis Beauchesne Aged 56 Pension......$ 60 12
M. Cécile Turcotte......
PENSIONERS UNDER FIFTY-SIX YEARS OF AGE WHO HAVE NOT PRODUCED MEDICAL CERTIFICATES THIS YEAR.
widow, Mrs. Prémont, has right to half pension. The half pension....
J. P. Nantel, Inspector of Schools, aged 48.
After the examination of medical certificates submitted by pensioners under fifty-six years of age, prior to the month of November last, pensions were granted for the current school year to such of those persons as the School Inspectors had reported favorably on, with, however, the following exceptions:- Elizabeth McGibbon, Elzéar Ovellet, Célina Charbonneau and Eulalie Germain, who were not considered incapable of teaching on account of illness