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 TWENTIETH ANNUAL  REPORT
OF  THE
REGISTRAR OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND
ES
IN   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
ABSTRACT OF 1892.
VICTORIA, B.C. :
Printed by Richard Wolff.xdex, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. 57 Vict. Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1892. 883
Province of British Columbia,
Reuistrar-General's Office,
Victoria, 1st June, 1893.
To the F/onourab'e
Theodore Lavv;
Attorney-General, &c, &c
Sir :
I have the honour to transmit herewith, for the information of His Honour the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council, and the use of Parliament, the Twentieth Annual Report,
under the provisions of the "Registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages Act."
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
C. J. LEGGATT,
Registrar-General. 57 Vict.
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1892.
REPORT.
Registrar-General's Office,
1st June, 1893.
To His Honour Edgar Dewdney, Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
In accordance with the provisions of the statute in that behalf, I have the honour to
submit the Twentieth Annual Report on the registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages
in this Province, the period covered being the year ended 31st December, 1892.
The returns show the registration of 1,165 Births, 757 Deaths, and 655 Marriages for the
year 1892, against 922 Births, 750 Deaths, and 655 Marriages for the year 1891.
Births.
Districts.
Males.
Females.
No. where
both name
and sex
are omitted.
Total.
181
138
87
6
11
100
133
78
3
8
350
No.    2.—Nanaimo, &c	
271
165
No.    4. —Yale, &c	
9
19
No.    6.—Lillooet, &c	
4
3
7
22
14
36
No.  10.—Cassiar, &c	
14
143
18
18
108
7
32
No.  12.—Vancouver, &c	
251
No.  13. —Comox, &c	
25
Totals	
624
541
1165 886
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1892.
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, 1891,
and 31st December. 1892.
Districts.
Number
registered
in 1891.
Number
registered
in 1892.
Increase.
Decrease.
300
221
134
10
6
350
271
165
9
19
50
50
31
No.    4.—Yale, &c	
1
13
No.    6.— Lillooet, &c	
4
7
3
No.    9.—Kootenay, &c	
23
36
13
38
174
12
922
32
251
25
1165
6
77
13
No.  13.—Comox, &c	
Totals	
250
7
7
243
Marriages.
The following is a summary of tin Marriages registered during the twelve months ended
31st December, 1892.
Where Bride and Bridegroom are of the
same Religious Denomination.
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No.    2.—Nanaimo, &c	
No.    3.—New Westminster, &e. ...
No     4     Yale   &c
101
131
1
3
No     6     Lillooet &c
No.    9.—Kootenay, &c	
3
6
1
7
17
No.  11.—Kamloops, &c	
No.  12.—Vancouver, &c	
No   13     Comox  &c
13
32
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7
24
1
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Totals	
114
61
226
2
655 57 Vict.
Births, Deaths, axd Marriages, 1892.
887
The following table will show the increase or decrease (as the case may be) in the
different districts in the number of Marriages registered in the years ended 31st December,
1891, and 31st December, 1892 :—
Districts.
Number
registered
in 1891.
Number
registered
in 1892.
Increase.
Decrease.
261
77
106
i
1
185
101
131
3
3
76
24
25
No.   4.—Yale, &e                   	
4
2
2
2
No.    9. — Kootenay, &e	
8
17
9
No. 11. —Kamloops, &e	
29
153
11
51
101
3
22
8
No. 13.—Comox, &c	
8
Totals	
655
655
90
90
Deaths.
Analysis of Deaths registered according to age and sex during   the   year   ended  31st
December,   1892:—
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2
3
4
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No.
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35
4
289
No.
2.
—Nanaimo, &c	
46
7
3
29
21
4
2
1
67
46
113
No.
3.
32
3
3
31
27
10
4
1
1
4
83
33
116
No
4.
5.
—Yale, &c	
—Clinton, &c	
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
5
1
4
No.
5
No
6.
7.
8.
9.
—Lill oct, &c	
No
2
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No
No.
7
5
1
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9
5
14
No
10.
11.
12.
—Cassiar, &e	
—Kamloops, &c	
—Vancouver, &c	
1
5
26
1
21
85
12
62
I
No
9
42
3
13
9
13
43
2
7
1
3
33
No.
1
3
147
No
13.
9
5
2
3
2
1
1
10
13
93
Totals	
•218
48
33
190
149
63
31
9
2
14
479
278
757 888
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1892.
The following table will show the increase or decrease (as the ease may be) in the different
Districts between the number of Deaths registered in the years ended 31st December, 1891,
and 31st December, 1892 :—
Class
Class
Cla s
Class
Class
Abstract of Causes of Death (by Classes).
I Zymotic Diseases	
II   Constitutional	
Ill Local	
IV Developmental	
V  Violent Deaths	
Not specified	
Districts.
Number
registered
in 1891.
Number
registered
in 1892.
Increase.
Decrease.
No.    1. —Victoria, &c. . .   .   	
293
136
138
4
4
289
113
116
4
5
4
23
22
No.   4—Yale, &e	
No.   5.—Clinton, &c                     	
1
No.    0.—Lillooet, &c	
7
12
5
No.    8.—Oaiineca, &c	
6
14
1
33
147
23
8
1
29
17
No. 10.—Cassiar, &c           	
No. 11.—Kamloops, etc	
38
lt8
0
5
No. 13.—Comox, &c	
750
757
61
54
54
7
122
47
255
50
93
190
Total from all causes    757
Class.
Older.
By Class and Order.
No.
Total.
'{
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
116
3
2
1
122
II. {
28
19
47
,
58
50
88
41
12
1
1
4
III. <
Total Local         	
255
424 57 Vict.
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1892.
889
Class.
Order.
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
1. •
i
i
1
I
3.
4.
1. ■
By (lass and Order.
No.
Total.
424
21
8
10
11
™ 1
"•{
50
(
65
12
5
11
v \
1
93
16
2
172
190
757
12
15
28
5
20
7
2
4
1
5
5
4
3
1
2
1
1
r
By Class, Order, and Particular Disease.
Summer Complaint	
Whooping Cough    	
i J
Scarlatina	
Total Miasmatic	
116
2
1
Total Enthetic	
3
2
Total Dietic	
2
[
1
Total Parasitic	
1
,
18
7
1
1
1
ii. -
Total Diathetic	
28
Carried forward	
150 890
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1892.
Class.
Order.
By Class, Order, and Particular Disease.
No.
Total.
■(
1. -
3..
f
j
4 .-!
1
150
■
9
2
1
2
5
ii \
19
15
23
4
2
5
1
2
1
2
3
58
3
30
13
1
2
1
50
17
14
36
4
2
1
9
1
1
1
1
1
in. \
88
1
3
5
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
2
1
2
3
4
1
1
i
41
406 57  Vict.
Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1892.
891
Class.
Order.
III.
IV J
v.-l
1
By Class, Order and  Particular Disease.
Brought forward
Bright's Disease.
Diabetes	
Nephritis	
Disease of Kidney and Bladder-
Total Urinary Organs.
Inflammation of the Womb
Total Organs of Generation .
Hip Disease
Total Organs of Locomotion
Septicaemia
Pyaemia . . .
Total Integumentary System
Stillborn	
Teething	
Premature Birth	
Infantile Disease;	
Umbilical Hemorrhage.
Total Developmental Diseases of Children.
Childbirth	
Puerperal Fever.
Old Ago	
General Debility.
Total Developmental Diseases of Adults.
Total Developmental Diseases of Old People
Total Diseases of Nutrition.
Accidental Drowning	
Accidentally Shot	
Accidentally thrown from a buggy	
Killed by fall of rock	
Killed by being struck by coal car	
Asphyxia from accidental strangulation	
Accidental poisoning from Laudanum	
Run over by railway locomotive	
Fall from bridge No. 373, on C. P. R	
Killed by accidentally being crushed in a bear trap
Killed by fall of a tree	
Shook from a burn    	
Slipped over a bluff whilst hunting deer	
Exposure	
Killed by snowslide	
Burnt to death    	
Sunstroke    	
Accident on C. P. R	
Operation  	
Suffocation	
Shock and syncope due to injuries  	
Total Accidents and negligence
Carried forward	
No.
10
11
32
2
2
2
3
3
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
]
Total.
406
12
21
10
11
65
539 892
Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1892.
Class.
Order.
By Class, Order and Particular Disease.
Not applicable
Murder . ..
Homicide .
Suicide
Execution
Brought fo. ward
Total.
Total Homicide
Total Suicide
IU-dcfincd	
Found dead	
Other causes not spjcified
Total	
Total from all causes.
No.
12
11
16
2
172
Total.
539
12
190
757
All of which is respectfully submitted.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
C.  J. LEGGATT,
Registrar- General,
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Richard Wolkkxdkx, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majcstj.

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