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 FORTIETH ANNUAL REPORT
OP   THE
REGISTRAR OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES
OP  THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
ABSTRACT OF 1912.
THE GOVERNMENT OF
THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by William H. Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.  To His Honour Thomas W. Paterson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia:
May it please Your Honour :
The   undersigned   has  the   honour  to  present   the  Fortieth   Annual   Report   of   the
Registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages for the year ended 31st December, 1912.
HENRY ESSON YOUNG,
Provincial Secretary.
Victoria, B.C., February 28th,  1913.  REGISTRAR'S REPORT
UNDER   THE
BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES REGISTRATION ACT."
Office of Registrar, Births, Deaths, and Marriages,
Victoria,  B.C., February  20th,  1913.
The Honourable Dr. Young,
Provincial Secretary, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the Fortieth Annual Report of the Registration of
Births, Deaths, and Marriages in this Province, being for the year ending December 31st, 1912.
The registrations for the year just closed show a gain over 1911 of 3,546
The percentage according to population, based on last census, are : Births, 2.09 per centv
Deaths, 1.13 per cent. ;  Marriages, 1.37 per cent.    The births exceed deaths by 3,695.
It was hoped that tabulated statements could be presented setting forth the condition of
the different districts—but, much to my regret, the plan has to be abandoned until such time
as the reports received from the different District Registrars will contain the returns of the
municipalities segregated from the returns of the district—and more stringent measures
adopted re registration of births.
For instance, the Vancouver office makes registrations for the City and County of
Vancouver, North Vancouver, Steveston, Eburne, Kerrisdale, Central Park, Lund, Sechelt,
Municipalities of South Vancouver, North Vancouver, and Point Grey.
Their Board of Health confines itself to the Municipality of Vancouver.
This is cited merely to show how utterly impossible it is, under the present system, to
prepare tabulated statements that will agree, i.e., statements from this office and statements
issued by the municipalities.
Further, this office receives returns from the districts quarterly. A monthly statement
cannot be prepared.
Following is a comparative statement of Births,  Deaths, and  Marriages  for the years
1911 and 1912:—
1912. 1911. Increase.
Births    8,008        ....        5,841 .... 2,167
Deaths    4,313
Marriages    5,235
3,660
4,509
14,010
653
727
3,546
Total registrations. . . 17,556
It is safe to say that had the delinquent parents been constrained to register, the total
births for 1912 would have amounted to 9,500 instead of 8,008, and the rate of deaths per
1,000 births would have been changed from 91 to 77. H 6 Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1912.
Following is a list of deaths arranged under the proper headings of cause of death :
I.  General diseases  984
II.  Diseases of the nervous system and organs of special sense. . . 356
III. Diseases of the circulatory system  446
IV. Diseases of the respirator}' system  513
V".  Diseases of the digestive system  302
VI.  Non-venereal diseases of genito-urinary system and annexa. . 185
VII.  The puerperal state         51
VIII.  Diseases of the skin and the cellular tissue  16
IX.  Diseases of the bones and the organs of locomotion  3
X.  Malformations  22
XI.  Diseases of early infancy  600
XII.  Old age         56
XIII. Affections produced by external causes     666
XIV. Ill-defined     113
Total    4,313
Another difficulty is to correctly strike rates per 1,000 in an annual report for this
Province on account of the wonderful increase in population.
The three tables referring to Births, Deaths, and Marriages from 1872 to 1912 inclusive,
will clearly demonstrate the position :—
Total    Births  — 1872 to*1912 inclusive, 40  years    63,114
1905 to 1912 i, 8       „    	
Total   Deaths — 1872 to 1912       „        40 .,      ...   43,757
1905 to 1912        „ 8      m    	
Total Marriages—1872 to 1912        »        40      m        38,827
1905 to 1912         ,           8 i,    ....
37,
746
22
259
23,444
Total for 40 years 145,698
8    M       83,449
The last eight years contributing 57.27 of the whole number; yet, the past five years
shows more remarkably: Registrations for 1908. 10,358; 1912, 17,524; an increase over
1908 of 69.18 per cent.
We are receiving, regularly, reports from the following provinces, countries, and states:—
Alberta, Arizona, Australia, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Jamaica,
Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Manitoba, Montana, Michigan, Minnesota, Nova
Scotia, New Jersey, North Dakota, Newfoundland, New York, New Hampshire, Ohio,
Oregon, Prince Edward Island, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Scotland, Texas, Utah, Vermont,
Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin. 3 Geo. 5
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1912.
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Births,  1915
Districts.
Males.
Females.
Name and Sex
are omitted.
Total.
621
56
198
423
373
109
21
193
72
306
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205
398
359
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71
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732
194
358
155
575
106
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16
2,853
162
166
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Totals	
4,113
3,895
8,008
The following table will show the increase or decrease (as the case may be) in the
different districts between the number of registered Births in the years ended 31st December,
1911, and 31st December, 1912:—
Districts.
Number
registered in
1911.
Number
registered in
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Increase.
Decrease.
745
60
344
579
529
169
39
414
258
66
1
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101
48
1,216
97
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194
45
358
155
575
106
4
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16
2,853
152
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8
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37
59
242
203
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317
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8,008
2,441
274
274
2,167 H 8
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1912.
Deaths.
Analysis of registered  Deaths  according  to age and  sex during  the  year ended  31st
December, 1912:—
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and 31st December, 1912 : —
Districts.
Number
registered in
1911.
Number
registered in
1912.
Increase.
Decrease.
566
31
169
364
339
411
78
21
1
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617
39
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551
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Totals	
3,660
4,313
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31st December, 1912 :—
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districts between the number of registered Marriages in the years ended 31st December, 1911,
and 31st December, 1912 :—
Districts.
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Totals	
Total Decrease .
Total Increase
Number
registered in
1911.
752
23
132
302
392
56
2,437
43
31
4,609
Number
registered in
1912.
1,034
27
128
460
494
72
2,491
49
39
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5,236
Increase.
282
4
102
16
54
6
730
Decrease. H 10
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1912
CAUSES OF DEATH, 1912.
Causes of Death.
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International Decennial Revision, Paris, 1909.)
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I.—GENERAL DISEASES.
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39. Cancer and other malignant tumors of the buccal cavity.
40. Cancer and other malignant tumors of the stomach, liver
41. Cancer and other malignant tumors of the peritoneum,
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42.   Cancer and other malignant tumors of the female genital
43. Cancer and other malignant tumors of the breast	
44. Cancer and other malignant tumors of the skin	
45. Cancer and other malignant tumors of other organs, and
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46.   Other  tumors   (tumors   of   the   female  genital organs
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II.—DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND OF THE
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CAUSES OF DEATH, 1912.— Continued.
Causes of Death.
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III.—DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM.
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83.    Diseases of the veins (varices, haemorrhoids, phlebitis,
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85. Haemorrhage ; other diseases of the circulatory system
IV.—DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM.
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98.    Other diseases of the respiratory system (tuberculosis
V.—DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
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VI.—NONVENEREAL DISEASES OF THE GENITOURINARY SYSTEM AND ANNEXA.
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Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1912.
CAUSES OF DEATH, 1912.—Continued.
Causes of Death.
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Printed by William H.  Cullin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.

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