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 40 Vic Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1875. 65
THIED   ANNUAL  REPORT
OF THE
REGISTRAR OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, & MARRIAGES.
1875.
Registrar-General's Office,
1st June, 1876.
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To the Honourable Andrew Charles Elliott,
Attorney-General, $c., ftc.
Sir:
I have the honour to transmit herewith, for the information of His Excellency
the Lieutenan1>Governor in Council, and the use of Parliament, my Third Annual
Report, under the provisions of the "Registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages
Act, 1872."
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your most obedient servant,
H. B. W. AIRMAN",
Registrar-General.  40 Vic.
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1875.
67
REPORT.
To His Excellency the Honourable Joseph W. Trtjtch, Lieutenant-Governor of- the
Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Excellency:—
I have the honour to submit, in accordance with the provisions of the statute in
that behalf, a Report of the Births, Deaths, and Marriages registered in this Province
during the year ending 31st December, 1875.
For this year, more complete results have been obtained than in any preceding
year; and, notwithstanding that a marked decrease appears in some of the Districts,
an aggregate total increase of 55 registrations has been attained over, the number
effected during the year 1874.
The Returns show the registration of 181 Births, against 174 for the year 1874; of
96 Marriages, against 78 for 1874; and of 113 Deaths, against 83 for 1874.
Births.
The following table is a summary of the Births registered during the twelve months
ended 31st December, 1875:—
Districts.
Males
Females.
No., where both
name and sex
are omitted
Total
64
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5
1
2
1
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44
21
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108
No.  2. Nanaimo, &c	
36
No. 3. New Westminster, &c	
14
No. 4. Yale, &c	
6
No. 5. Clinton, &c	
3
No. 6. Lillooet, &c	
2
No. 7. Cariboo, &c ,	
9
3
No. 9. Kootenay, &c	
97
83
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181
We have here an increase, in the number of Births registered, of 7.
One Birth was returned as illegitimate, and one as still-born.
Of the 181 children registered, 97 were males, and 83 females; and in one case the
sex was not given. 68
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1875.
1876
The following table will show the increase or decrease (as the case may be) in the
different Districts, between the number of Births registered in the years ended 31st
December, 1874, and 31st December, 1875:—
Districts.
Number
Registered in
1874.
Number
Registered in
1875.
Increase.
Decrease.
95
38
23
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108
36
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6
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Totals	
174
181
20
13
13
7
The four Districts, numbered 2, 3, 4, and 5, thus show an aggregate decrease of 13
Births, which is a little more than counterbalanced by an aggregate increase of 20 in
the four Districts, numbered 1, 6, 7, and 8.
Marriages.
The following table is a summary of Marriages registered during the twelve months
ended 31st December, 1875:—
Districts.
No. 1. Victoria, &c	
No. 2. Nanaimo, &c- ,
No. 3. New Westminster, &c.
No. 4, Yale, &c	
No. 5. Clinton, &c	
No. 6. Lillooet, &c	
No. 7. Cariboo, &c	
No. 8.  Omineca, &c ..,	
No. 9. Kootenay, &c ,
Totals..
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We have here an increase, in the number of Marriages registered, of 18.
Of the total number of Marriages, 76 were by license, 14 by banns, 2 by license
and banns, 3 by civil contract, and in one report the mode was not mentioned, 40 Vic.
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1875.
69
The age of the eldest bride was returned at 48 years, and the youngest at 16 years.
The age of the eldest bridegroom was returned at 63 years, and the youngest at 21
years.
The following table will show the increase or decrease (as the case may be) in the
different Districts, between the number of Marriages registered in the years ended 31st
December, 1874, and 31st December, 1875:—
Districts.
Number
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Number
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Decrease.
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1876
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The following table will show the increase or decrease (as the case may be) in the
different Districts, between the number of Deaths registered during the twelve months
ended 31st December, 1874, and 31st December, 1875:—
Districts.
Number
registered
in 1874.
Number
registered
in   1875.
Increase.
Decrease.
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9
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2
4
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16
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Abstract of causes of Death.
CiASS      I. Zymotic  19
II. Diseases, uncertain seat ,  4
III. Tubercular  ,  6
IV. Brain and Nervous System   13
V. Organs of Circulation  5
VI. Respiratory Organs  9
VII. Organs of Digestion ,  13
VIII. Urinary. Organs  3
IX.. Organs of Generation ■..  1
X. Organs ofLocomotion , ,  0
XI. Skin disease * ;.  . 0
XII. Malformation ; : .•...  0
XIII. Atrophy..., ,  1
XIV. Old age  0
XV. Sudden death , ,  0
XVI. Violent death   11
Not specified  28
Total,...  113 40 Vic.
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1875.
71
Abstract of causes of Death—Concluded,
I.
Smallpox  4
Measles  2
Diptheria  2
Croup  4
Whooping Cough  1
Cholera Infantum  1
Puerpera  1
Dysentry  1
Typhoid Fever  3
— 19
II.
Hemorrhage  ,  1
Dropsy  2
Cancer  1
— 4
III.
Phthisis  6
— 6
IV.
Paralysis  '■'>
Apoplexy  2
Brain Disease ,  6
Epilepsy  1
Convulsions  1
— 13
V.
Anuerism  3
Heart Disease  1
Anaemia  1
— 5
.    VI.
Pneumonia  4
Pleuro Pneumonia.....  2
Bronchitis  1
Lung Disease  2
Carried forward         56
Brought forward...  56
VII.
Peritonitis  1
Liver Disease  2
Intersusception  1
Exhaustion  7
Hepatitis  ,  1
Teething  1
— 13
VIII.
Bright's Disease of Kidneys     2
Rupture of Bladder     1
— 3
IX.
Childbirth     1
— 1
x.—mi.
xi.—mi.
xn.—mi.
XIII.
Atrophy ,     1
— 1
XIV.—Nil.
XV.—Nil.
XVI.
Suicide     1
Accidents     2
Wounds     1
Drowning ,      7
— 11
Not specified   28
— 28
Total         118
Since the publication of my first Report, there has been considerable improvement
in the certified Returns of causes of Death. In 1873, fifty-five registrations were
effected without any certificates from Medical Practitioners; this year the number has
been reduced to 28. There is, howevei\ still room for further improvement, and 1 trust
it will not be too much to expect that the members of the learned profession, upon whom
the abstract mainly depends, will shortly take a professional interest in the vital statistics of this Province, at least, sufficient to induce them to comply more readily, than
they have hitherto done, with the slight duty assigned to them by the Act.
The Marriage Returns rank first in order of merit, and I have every reason to
believe that they fairly represent the actual number of Marriages for the year; and, for
this result, too much credit can not be given to the Clergy, who appear to be the only
class who have made themselves at all familiar with the provisions of the Act.
The Birth Returns come next in order, and the Deaths last, neither of which have
yet arrived at a very satisfactory standard.     A great deal of uncertainty still exists in 72 Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1875. 1876
the public mind with respect to the persons charged with the duty of reporting Births
and Deaths; the prevailing, but erroneous, impression is that this duty falls upon
the Clergy and Medical men. In order to correct such impression, and with a view of
affording the'public every opportunity and means of obtaining correct information, I
have republished the Act in the Appendix, together with Table B of my first Report.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
I have the honour to be,
Your Excellency's most obedient servant,
H. B. W. AIXMAN,
> Registrar- General.
Registrar- General's Office,
Victoria, 1st June, 1876. 40 Vic. Appendix.—Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1875. 73
APPENDIX.
TABLE E.
This Table shows the times in which the Reports of Births, Deaths, and Marriages,
respectively, must be made; the persons required to make such Reports; and the
information to be given.
Births.
Notice of every Birth, within 60 days thereafter, must be given to the District
Registrar of the District wherein the birth happened:—
1st.—By the father.
(In case of his death or absence)
2nd.—By the mother.
(In case of the death or inability of both parents)
3rd.—By the person standing in the place of the parents.
(If none such, then)
4th.—By the occupant of the house or tenement wherein the child was born, or by
the nurse present at the birth.
And every such notice must contain the following information:—
1. The date of the birth.
2. The name of the infant.
3. Its sex.
4. The name and surname of the father.
5. The name and maiden surname of the mother.
6. The rank or profession of the father.
7. The signature, description, and residence of the informant.
8. Name of accoucheur.
Deaths.
Every death, either before the interment of the body or within 30 days thereafter
must be reported to the District Registrar of the District wherein the death happened:
1st.—By the occupier of the house or tenement wherein the death took place or if
the occupier of the house be the person who shall have died, then—
2nd.—By some one of the persons residing in the house in which the death took
place; and if the death shall not have taken place within a house, then—
3rd.—By any person present at the death, or having any knowledge of the circumstances attending the same, or by the Coroner who may have attended the inquest held
on such person.
And every such notice must contain the following information:—
1. Name and surname of deceased.
2. Date of death.
3. Sex.
4. Age.
5. Rank or profession.
6. Place of birth.
7. Name of physician (if any).
8. Description and residence of informant.
9. Religious denomination of deceased. 74
Appendix.—Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1875.
1876
Marriages.
Every marriage, within ninety days thereafter, must be reported to the District
Registrar of the District, wherein such marriage was celebrated, by the Clergyman,
Minister, or other person authorized by law to celebrate marriages; and every such
Report must contain the following information:—
1st.—The name of the bridegroom;
His age;
Residence when married;
Place of birth;
Condition, rank or profession; and
Name of parents.
2nd.—The name of the bride;
Her age;
Residence when married;
Place of birth;
Spinster or widow; and
Name of parents.
3rd.—Name of witnesses;
Residence of witnesses;
The date of marriage;
Religious denomination of bride and bridegroom respectively;
By whom married; and whether by licence or banns.
A. D. 1872,    An Act respecting the Registration of Births,  Deaths, and
— Marriages in the Province of British Columbia.
[Assented to 11th April, 1872.]
WHEREAS   it   is   expedient  to  provide for the  Registration   of
Marriages,  Births,  and  Deaths,   in   the   Province  of   British
Columbia:
Therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the
Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, enacts as
follows:—
Districts. L It shall  be  lawful for the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, from
time to time, by notice published in the British Columbia Gazette, to
divide the said Province into Districts for the purposes of this Act, and
s to define the boundaries of the same, and from time to time by
the like notice, to alter or vary the same as circumstances may appear
to require.
Registrars. 2. The Lieutenant-Governor in Council may, for the purposes of this
Act, from time to time appoint and, as occasion may require, remove,
in each District in the Province, a District Registrar of Births, Deaths,
and Marriages, and appoint an office in each District for such District
Registrar, and the District Offices shall be under the superintendence
of the Registrar-General of Titles, hereinafter called the " Registrar-
General," who shall also act as District Registrar in his own District. 3. The   Registrar-General  shall procure   the necessary books  and Books and Forms,
forms for the District Registrars, the same to be prepared according to
Schedules A, B, and C, appended to this Act, with such additional
columns as may, from time to time, be added thereto by the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council, in order to the procurement of correct statistical
information; and he shall distribute the same to the several District
Registrars; and the costs and expenses of such books and forms, and
the expenses attendant upon the distribution thereof, shall be paid out
of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Province.
4. The District Registrars shall receive the books or forms sent by Returns of Books
the Registrar-General, and keep the same in a place of safety; make all and forms annually
entries therein as hereinafter required in this Act; and shall, on or before
the fifteenth day of January, in each and every year, make returns to the
Registrar-General, of the original books or forms containing the original
entries, certified under his hand, of the births, marriages, and deaths
of the preceding year; and such District Registrar shall, on or before
the first day of February in each year, transmit such returns to the
Registrar-General.
5. The father of any child born in this Province, or, in case of his Registration of
death or absence, the mother,  or, in case of the death or inability of birth.
both parents, any person standing in the place of the parents, or, if
none such there be, then the occupier of the house or tenement, in which
to his knowledge such child was born, or the nurse present at the birth,
shall, within sixty days from the date of such birth, give notice
thereof to the Registrar of the District in which such child was born,
giving as far as possible the particulars required in Schedule A, with
such additional information as may be required by the Registrar-General,
from time to time, which particulars shall be entered by the District
Registrar in his book.
6. In registering the birth of an illegitimate child, it shall not be law- when child illegiti-
ful for the name of any person to be entered as the father, unless at the mate.
joint request of the mother and of the person acknowledging himself to be
the father; and in all cases of the registration of the birth of illegitimate
children the District Registrar shall write the word " illegitimate" in
the column set apart for the name of the child, and immediately under
the name, if any.
7. Every registration of a birth shall be made within the time afore- Period for Registra-
said; but nothing herein contained shall prevent the subsequent regis-tion.
tration of such birth within the period of one year.
8. The  occupier of the house and tenement in which a death shall Registration of
take place, or, if the occupier be the person who shall have died, then death.
some one of the persons residing in the house in which the death took
place, or, if such death shall not have taken j>lace within a house, then
any person present at the death or having any knowledge of the circumstances attending the same, or the Coroner who may have attended
any inquest held on such person, shall, before the interment of the body,
or within thirty days after, supply to the Registrar of the District in
which such death took place, according to his or her knowledge or
belief, all the particulars required to be registered touching such death
by the form provided in Schedule C. to this Act.
9. Every Clergyman, Minister, or other person authorized by law to Registration of
celebrate marriages, shall be required to report each and every marriage marriage.
he celebrates to the Registrar of the District within which such marriage is celebrated, Within ninety days from the date of such marriage,
with the particulars required by Schedule B, appended to this Act. 76
Appendix.—Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1875.
1876
10. Notwithstanding any former enactments, no Clergyman, Minister,
or other person ordained or appointed over any church or congregation,
and authorized to solemnize marriages, shall, from and after this Act
comes into force, be required to make any other returns or reports than
what is required by this Act respecting births, marriages, or deaths.
No returns necessary except under
this Act.
Certificate of cause
of death.
11. Every Medical Practitioner, who shall have been in attendance
during the last illness and until the death of any person, shall, within
thirty days after the death of such person, transmit to the Registrar of
the District in which the said practitioner resides, a certificate under his
signature of the cause of death, according to a form to be provided by
the said District Registrar, who shall be furnished with such forms;
and it shall be the duty of every such Medical Practitioner to apply to
the said District Registrar for blank forms for that purpose, and upon
the receipt of the said certificate from the said Medical Practitioner, by
the District Registrar, he shall make the entry as to the cause of death
of such person accord with the fact stated in the said certificate.
Correction of entry. 12. If within one year after the entry of any birth, marriage, or death,
it be discovered that any error has been made in such entry, then upon
the same being reported to the proper District Registrar within the
time aforesaid, it shall be his duty to enquire into the same, and, if
satisfied that an error has been committed in any such entry, it shall
be lawful for him to correct the erroneous entry, according to the
truth of the case, by entry in the margin without any alteration in the
original entry; and, having made such correction, he shall, if the original entry of the birth, marriage, or death so corrected has been returned
as hereinbefore provided, report the same, according to the facts of the
case, to the Registrar-General, whose duty it shall be to correct such
erroneous entry in the margin of the book or form, containing the
original entry.
Penalty for non- 13. If any District Registrar refuses or neglects to perform the duties
performance of duty required of him by this Act, as such District Registrar, he shall, for
by District Regis- everv SUch offence, upon conviction thereof, before any Justice of the
Peace, forfeit the sum of fifty dollars to Her Majesty; and it shall be the
duty of the Attorney-General to prosecute such officials for any refusal
or neglect to perform the duties required by this Act, when notified by
the Registrar-General, District Registrar, or other parties.
trar
Transcript of original returns.
Certified extracts.
Penalty for false
statement.
Report for Parliament.
. -14. The Registrar-General shall cause to be transcribed in separate
books all the particulars communicated to him by the several District
Registrars, of the births, marriages, and deaths in each District; and
the original returns shall be arranged, indexed, bound, and kept in the
office of the Registrar-General.
15. All persons shall be entitled, at all reasonable hours, to search
these records, and to require and receive extracts duly certified by the
Registrar-General, which extracts shall be evidence of the entry certified and prima facie evidence in any court of law or equity in this
Province of the facts therein stated; and for every such certificate, the
person so requiring the same shall pay a fee of fifty cents,
16. Any person who shall knowingly or wilfully make or cause to be
made any false staiement touching any of the particulars required to
De reported and entered under this Act, shall, upon conviction thereof
before any Justice of the Peace, forfeit a sum not less than forty and
not exceeding one hundred dollars.
17. The Registrar-General shall, on or before the first day of June in
each year, collate, publish, and distribute, for the use of Parliament, a
full report of the births, marriages, and deaths of the preceding year, 40 Vic, Appendix.—Births, Deaths, and Marriages. 77
giving such details, statistics and information as the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council may think necessary.
18. The Lieutenant-Governor in Council may, from time to time, make Further regulations.
such further rules, orders, and regulations as may be required,  for the
purpose of effectually obtaining the information required by this Act.
19. If any   houseolder,  head of a family,  Clergyman,  Registrar, Penalty for neglect-
Physician, or other person or persons required by this Act to report ing to report,
births, marriages, and deaths, refuses or wilfully neglects to  do so
within the time named, such persons shall, for each and every offence,
forfeit and pay a sum not less than five dollars nor more than twenty
dollars and costs, in the discretion of the presiding Justice before whom
the case shall be heard; and it shall be the duty of the District Registrar to prosecute all such persons so neglecting or refusing to make the
required reports, in cases where no report whatever has been given.
20. Any Justice of the Peace having jurisdiction within the locality Recovery of penal-
where any offence against this Act has been committed, may hear andties-
determine such complaint, and shall have power, in case the penalty
and costs awarded by him be not forthwith paid upon conviction, to
levy the same by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the
offender, by warrant under his hand and seal; and, in default of payment or sufficient distress, the offender may, by warrant signed and
sealed as aforesaid, be imprisoned in the common gaol for a period not
less than one day nor more than twenty days, at the discretion of such
Justice, unless such penalty, costs and charges of commitment be
sooner paid.
21. This Act shall come into force on the first day of  September, ^Lhen Act to ta,£e
A.D. 1872. effect-
22. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to extend to, include, or Not applicable to
apply to births, marriages, or deaths of Chinese, or Indians. Chinese or Indians.
23. This Act may be cited for all purposes as the " Registration of Short Title.
Births, Deaths, and Marriages Act, 1872." 78
Appendix.—Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1875.
1876
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