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 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
VITAL STATISTICS
OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
SEVENTY-EIGHTH REPORT
FOR THE YEAR
1949
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
1951  Victoria, B.C., April 4th, 1951.
To His Honour Clarence Wallace, C.B.E.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Report on Vital Statistics in the
Province of British Columbia for the year 1949.
A. D. TURNBULL,
Minister of Health and Welfare. Department of Health and Welfare,
Victoria, B.C., April 4th, 1951.
The Honourable A. D. Turnbull,
Minister of Health and Welfare, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the Seventy-eighth Report on Vital Statistics in
the Province of British Columbia.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
G. F. AMYOT,
Deputy Minister of Health and
Provincial Health Officer.
Division of Vital Statistics,
Victoria, B.C., April 4th, 1951.
G. F. Amyot, Esq., M.D., D.P.H.,
Deputy Minister of Health, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the Seventy-eighth Report on Vital Statistics in
the Province of British Columbia for the year ended December 31st, 1949.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. H. DOUGHTY,
Director of Vital Statistics. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Introduction  11
PART I.—GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY BY PLACE
OF RESIDENCE
Table 1.—Estimated Total Population of British Columbia, by Sex and Age-groups,
1921, 1931, 1941-49  13
Table 2.—Population of Organized Areas in British Columbia, 1949  14
Table 3.—Crude Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates for British Columbia, 1911-49- 15
Table 4.—Number of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1945-49:
(a) Including Indians  16
(b) Excluding Indians  16
Table 5.—Natural Increase, 1945-49  17
Table 6.—Illegitimate Births, 1940-49  17
Table 7.—Births and Deaths in Institutions, 1940-49  19
Table 8.—Age and Sex Mortality, 1945-49:
(a) Including Indians  20
(b ) Excluding Indians  20
Table 9.—Ten Leading Causes of Death in British Columbia, 1940-49:
(a) Including Indians  24
(b) Excluding Indians J  25
Table 10.—Four Chief Causes of Death in the Different Age-groups, 1949:
(a) Including Indians  27
(b) Excluding Indians ,  28
Table 11.—Mortality from Notifiable Diseases, 1945-49 '.  29
Table 12.—Infant Mortality, 1945-49  32
Table 13.—Neo-natal, Infant, and Maternal Mortality Rates, 1940-49  32
Table 14.—Maternal Mortality, 1945-49  33
Table 15.—Mortality from Tuberculosis, 1945-49  33
Table 16.—Mortality from Cancer, 1945-49  34
Table 17.—Special Classification of Accidental Deaths, 1949  35
Table 18.—Stillbirths, 1940-49  36
Table 19.—Marriages by Conjugal Condition of Contracting Parties, 1940-49  36
Table 20.—Marriages by Months, 1940-49  37
PART II.—ADMINISTRATION AND DIVISIONAL ACTIVITIES
Summary of Registration  39
Table 1.—Summary of Registration, 1940-49 :  39
Table 2.—Total Number of Registrations in British Columbia, Distributed According to Statistical Areas, 1949  42
Summary of Registration among the Oriental Races  42
Summary of Registration among Indians  42
Completeness of Registration  43
Indians   43
Doukhobors   44
Registration of Births Other than Indians and Doukhobors _'..  45
Registration of Deaths  46
Registration of Marriages   46
Documentary Revision  46 C 6 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
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Delayed Registration of Births  46
Fraudulent Registration of Births 1  47
Legitimation of Births  47
Statutory Notations Entered 1  47
School-teachers' Returns under the " Vital Statistics Act "  47
Change of Name  47
Table 3.—Number of Change of Name Applications Granted, According to Marital
Status and Sex of Applicant, 1941-49  48
Table 4.—Number of Individuals Granted Change of Name, According to Marital
Status and Sex of Applicant, 1941-49—__ ,  48
Adoption Orders ■_  48
Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity of Marriage :  49
Notice of Filing of a Will  49
Administration of the " Marriage Act "  49
Table 5.—Marriages  Performed during  1949  According to Denomination  and
whether Married by Banns or Licence  50
Table 6.—Marriages Performed According to Type, 1945-49  50
Registration of Ministers and Clergymen  50
Table 7.—Registration of Ministers and Clergymen  51
Table 8.—Ministers and Clergymen Registered under the "Marriage Act," by
Denomination, 1948 and 1949 '.  52
District Registrars' Offices, etc  53
Statistical Services .. I ■.  54
General Office Routine  57
PART III.—DETAILED TABLES OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES, ADOPTIONS, AND DIVORCES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949 (CLASSIFIED BY
PLACE OF RESIDENCE).
Table 1.—General Summary of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in British Columbia
by Census Divisions, Cities and Villages of 1,000 Population and over, by Place
of Residence, 1949     58
*Table 1a.—General Summary of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in British Columbia
by Census Divisions, by Place of Occurrence, 1949     59
Births
*Table 2.—Births (Exclusive of Stillbirths) by Months, Classified as Rural and
Urban in Each Census Division, by Place of Residence of Mothers, British
Columbia, 1949     59
Table 3.—Total Live Births and Live Births in Institutions, by Place of Occurrence
and Place of Residence of Mothers, British Columbia, 1949     59
Table 4.—Total Live Births and Live Births in Institutions, in Cities of 5,000 Population and over, by Place of Occurrence and Place of Residence of Mothers,
British Columbia, 1949 1 --—     60
Table 5.—Legitimate and Illegitimate Births (Exclusive of Stillbirths) for the
Province and Cities of 5,000 Population and over, by Place of Residence of
Mothers, British Columbia, 1949 .     60
Table 6.—Multiple Births Classified to Show Number of Children Born Alive and
Stillborn by Sex, by Place of Residence of Mothers, British Columbia, 1949     61
* Detailed information under these headings may be secured on request, if reason sufficiently urgent. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 7
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Table 7.—Births (Exclusive of Stillbirths) Classified According to Ages of Parents,
by Place of Residence of Mothers, British Columbia, 1949     62
Table 8.—Births (Exclusive of Stillbirths) Classified According to Racial Origin of
Parents, by Place of Residence of Mothers, British Columbia, 1949     63
Table 9.—Births (Exclusive of Stillbirths) Classified According to Birthplace of
Parents, by Place of Residence of Mothers, British Columbia, 1949     64
Infant Mortality
* Table 10.—Deaths of Children under One Year (Exclusive of Stillbirths) by
Months, Classified as Rural and Urban in Each Census Division, by Place of
Residence, British Columbia, 1949 :     65
Table 11.—Total Deaths (Exclusive of Stillbirths) and Deaths in Institutions of
Children under One Year, by Place of Occurrence and Place of Residence,
British Columbia, 1949     65
Table 12.—Total Deaths (Exclusive of Stillbirths) and Deaths in Institutions of
Children under One Year, in Cities of 5,000 Population and over, by Place of
Occurrence and Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949        65
Table 13.—Deaths of Children under One Year (Exclusive of Stillbirths) by Age at
Death and Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949     66
Table 14.—Deaths of Children under One Year (Exclusive of Stillbirths) Classified
According to Racial Origin, by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949     66
Table 15.—Deaths of Children under One Year (Exclusive of Stillbirths) Classified
According to Birthplace of Parents, by Place of Residence, British Columbia,
1949     67
Table 16.—Deaths of Children under One Year (Exclusive of Stillbirths) from
Certain Specified Causes-, by Sex and Calendar Month of Death, by Place of
Residence, British Columbia, 1949     68
Table 17.—Deaths of Children under One Year (Exclusive of Stillbirths) from
Certain Specified Causes, by Sex and Age at Death, by Place of Residence,
British Columbia, 1949     69
General Mortality
Table 18.—Total Deaths (Exclusive of Stillbirths) and Deaths in Institutions by
Place of Occurrence and Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949     70
Table 19.—Total Deaths (Exclusive of Stillbirths) and Deaths in Institutions, in
Cities of 5,000 Population and over, by Place of Occurrence and Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949     70
Table 20.—Deaths (Exclusive of Stillbirths) by Single Years of Age and Age-
groups, by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949—     71
Table 21.—Deaths (Exclusive of Stillbirths) Classified According to Racial Origin,
by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949     74
Table 22.—Deaths (Exclusive of Stillbirths) Classified According to Birthplace, by
Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949       75
*Table 23.—Deaths (Exclusive of Stillbirths) Classified According to Birthplace of
Parents of Decedents, by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949     75
Table 24.—Causes of Death by Sex and Age, by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949     76
Table 25.—Causes of Death by Sex, Marital Status, Birthplace, and Month of Death,
by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949     90
*Table 26.—Causes of Death, by Sex and Age, Vancouver, 1949   106
* Detailed information under these headings may be secured on request, if reason sufficiently urgent. C 8 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
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*Table 27.—Causes of Death by Sex, Marital Status, Birthplace, and Month of
Death, Vancouver, 1949  106
*Table 28.—Causes of Death by Sex and Age, Victoria, 1949  106
*Table 29.—Causes of Death by Sex, Marital Status, Birthplace, and Month of
Death, Victoria, 1949  106
Table 30.—Causes of Death by Sex in Census Divisions, by Place of Residence,
British Columbia, 1949  108
Table 31.—Causes of Death by Sex in Cities and Villages of 1,000 Population and
over, by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949  128
Marriages
Table 32.—Marriages by Months, British Columbia, 1949  140
Table 33.—Marriages—Marital Status of Bridegrooms and Brides, British Columbia, 1949    140
Table 34.—Marriages—Ages of Bridegrooms and Brides, British Columbia, 1949  141
Table 35.—Marriages—Religious Denominations of Bridegrooms and Brides, British
Columbia, 1949 :  142
Table 36.—Marriages—Birthplaces of Bridegrooms and Brides, British Columbia,
1949  143
Birth and Death Tables for Indians
Table 37.—Births of Indians (Exclusive of Stillbirths) by Months, by Place of Residence of Mothers, British Columbia, 1949 _.  144
Table 38.—Legitimate and Illegitimate Births of Indians (Exclusive of Stillbirths),
by Place of Residence of Mothers, British Columbia, 1949   144
Table 39.—Births of Indians (Exclusive of Stillbirths) Classified According to Ages
of Parents, by Place of Residence of Mothers, British Columbia, 1949  145
Table 40.—Deaths of Indian Children under One Year (Exclusive of Stillbirths) by
Months, by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949  146
Table 41.—Deaths of Indian Children under One Year (Exclusive of Stillbirths) by
Age at Death, by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949  146
Table 42.—Deaths of Indian Children under One Year (Exclusive of Stillbirths)
from Certain Specified Causes, by Sex and by Place of Residence, British
Columbia, 1949  147
Table 43.—Total Deaths of Indians (Exclusive of Stillbirths) by Months, by Place
of Residence, British Columbia, 1949  147
Table 44.—Deaths of Indians (Exclusive of Stillbirths) by Single Years of Age and
by Age-groups, by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949  148
Table 45.—Causes of Death of Indians by Sex and Age, by Place of Residence,
British Columbia, 1949  149
Table 46.—Deaths of Half-breeds from Certain Causes of Death, by Place of Residence, British Columbia, 1949  156
Adoptions
Table 47.—Adoption Orders Filed in the Court Registry, British Columbia, during
Each Month of 1949 and the Monthly Totals from April, 1920, to December
31st, 1949         157
Table 48.—Adoptions by Year of Court Order and Sex of Children, and whether
Adopted by Man and Wife, by Man Only, or by Woman Only, British Columbia, 1949  157
* Detailed information under these headings may be secured on request, if reason sufficiently urgent. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 9
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Table 49.—Adoptions by Year of Court Order and by Sex and Legitimacy of
Children, British Columbia, 1949  157
Table 50.—Adoptions by Birthplace of Children, British Columbia, 1949, and Totals
from April, 1920, to December 31st, 1949 -  157
Divorces
Table 51.—Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity of Marriage and Judicial Separation
by the Time Elapsed between the Marriage and the Obtaining of the Decree (in
Years Only), British Columbia, 1945-49  158
Table 52.—Number of Children Affected by the Award of Custody under Decrees
of Dissolution and Nullity of Marriage and Judicial Separation, by Sex, British
Columbia, 1945-49  158
Table 53.—Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity of Marriage and Judicial Separation
by Sex of Petitioner, British Columbia, 1945-49   158
Table 54.—Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity of Marriage and Judicial Separation
by Month Filed in Court Registry, British Columbia, 1945-49  159
LIST OF GRAPHS AND MAP
Graph A.—Crude Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates for British Columbia, 1911-49
(Rates per 1,000 Population)  16
Graph B.—Illegitimate Birth Rates in British Columbia, 1940-49 (Rates per 1,000
Live Births)  18
Graph C.—The First Ten Causes of Death (Including and Excluding Indians),
British Columbia, 1940-49 (Rates per 100,000 Population)    22
Graph D.—Infant and Maternal Mortality Rates, British Columbia, 1940-49 (Rates
per 1,000 Live Births)  31
Graph E.—Marriages in British Columbia, 1940-49  37
Graph F.—Marriages by Months in British Columbia, 1945-49   38
Graph G.—Summary of Registrations of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in British
Columbia, 1940-49  40
Graph H.—Adoptions in British Columbia, 1940-49  41
Graph I.—Divorces in British Columbia, 1940-49  41
Map 1.—Map of British Columbia, Showing Statistical Publication Areas  12  Vital Statistics Report, 1949
INTRODUCTION
This is the Seventy-eighth Report of the Vital Statistics of British Columbia, and
covers the calendar year January 1st to December 31st, 1949.
The Report is divided into three sections. The first section presents in summary
form the pertinent vital statistics data of the Province for the current year together with
comparative figures for earlier years. Brief narrative comments have been made as
a guide to the more important features of the statistics, and graphs have been included
to assist the reader in following time trends. A note has been added this year describing
certain features of the Province's population which, it is felt, will be of interest to the
reader.
The second section covers the registration functions of the Division, administration
of the various Acts, inspection of District Registrars' offices, a description of the statistical
services provided by the Division, and an account of other matters of general interest.
It will be noted from this section that while the volume of registrations received by the
Division this year continued to increase, the amount of the increase was small, measuring
less than 1 per cent. The increase in correspondence received was more substantial,
having been over 12 per cent. A slight decline of 1 per cent occurred in the revenue
received by the Division under the " Vital Statistics Act," the " Marriage Act," the
" Change of Name Act," and the " Wills Act." Tables covering change-of-name statistics
have been included in the Report for the first time this year, while additional statistics on
marriages by types and by religious denominations have been shown.
The concluding section of the Report presents a series of detailed tables covering
births, deaths, marriages, adoptions, and divorces. Separate tables are included dealing
with the Indian population of the Province.
It should be noted that birth, death, and stillbirth statistics for 1944 and later years
have been tabulated by place of residence, whereas prior to 1944 the practice had been
to present the data on the basis of place of occurrence. This method of tabulation is
generally found to be more useful, but it is important to be aware of the change-over
when comparing statistics relating to periods before and after January 1st, 1944.
The scope of the statistical services provided by the Division increased considerably
during the year. This was made possible by the provision of Federal health grants
permitting the employment of three additional statisticians. Activities of the various
statistical sections are discussed in the second part of the Report under the headings
" Demography," " Service to Bureau of Local Health Services," " Service to Bureau of
Special Preventive and Treatment Services," and " Service to Public Health and Associated and Voluntary Agencies."
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Map 1.—Map of British Columbia Showing Statistical Publication Areas VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949
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PART I.—GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY
BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE
POPULATION SUMMARY
The population in British Columbia increased almost 3 per cent from 1948 to 1949.
This was 0.6 per cent less than the increase which occurred over the period from 1947
to 1948. Since 1941 there has been an increase in population of over 36 per cent in
the Province, the greatest increase during this period for any Province in the whole
Dominion. It is almost double the next greatest increase of 19 per cent, which occurred
in Ontario. Since 1871, when the first census of Canada was taken, the population in
the Province has risen from 36,247 to over thirty times that amount.
The proportion of males in the population has exceeded the proportion of females
since figures on population were first collected. However, this excess has been gradually
reduced, until in 1949 it was down to 51.9 per cent for males and 48.1 per cent for
females.   The percentages in 1941 were 53.2 for males and 46.8 for females.
The greatest proportional increase in population occurred in the age-group 0-4
years. An increase of over 88 per cent occurred in the population at these ages, the
figures being 59,500 in 1941 and 111,900 in 1949. The next greatest increase occurred
in the age-group 70 years and over, the population at these ages having risen from 38,500
in 1941 to 67,100 in 1949, or an increase of 74.3 per cent. The smallest increase
occurred in the 50-59-year age-group, which in 1941 numbered 106,000 and in 1949,
117,700, an increase of 11 per cent.
Table 1.—Estimated Total Population of British Columbia, by Sex
and Age-groups, 1921, 1931, 1941-49
(In thousands.)
ar
Age-group
Ye
Total
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60-69
70 and
Years
Years
Years
Years
Years
Years
Years
Years
Years
Over
1921    	
 T.
523.71
49.8
54.3
45.3
37.6
76.4
100.9
80.2
46.1
23.4
9.7
M.
292.8
25.0
27.4
22.8
19.1
39.6
59.8
50.2
29.0
14.5
5.4
F.
230.9
24.8
26.9
22.5
18.5
36.8
41.1
30.0
17.1
8.9
4.3
1931   ...
 T.
694.3
52.0
59.2
59.9
62.4
107.5
98.8
112.5
79.2
41.8
21.0
M.
385.2
26.2
30.1
30.2
31.9
58.1
54.1
68.1
49.0
25.6
11.9
F.
309.1
25.8
29.1
29.7
30.5
49.4
44.7
44.4
30.2
16.2
9.1
1941 ...
 T.
817.8
435.0
59.5
30.1
54.8
27.9
60.7
30.6
66.6
33.7
141.3
70.1
117.8
63.3
100.6
53.8
106.0
61.5
72.0
42.4
38.5
M.
21.6
F.
382.8
29.4
26.9
30.1
32.9
71.2
54.5
46.8
44.5
29.6
16.9
1942	
 T.
870.0
67.6
58.2
63.0
68.1
154.2
128.6
104.6
108.2
76.5
41.0
M.
458.5
34.4
29.5
31.7
34.1
74.8
68.2
56.0
62.1
44.8
22.9
F.
411.5
33.2
28.7
31.3
34.0
79.4
60.4
48.6
46.1
31.7
18.1
1943	
  T.
900.0
471.8
74.7
38.1
60.5
30.6
63.7
32.1
68.1
33.9
159.0
76.4
135.5
71.1
106.9
57.4
108.2
61.4
79.9
46.6
43.5
M.
24.2
F.
428.2
36.6
29.9
31.6
34.2
82.6
64.4
49.5
46.8
33.3
19.3
1944
T.
932.0
486.1
82.1    1
41.9    |
64.3
32.5
63.4
32.1
69.1
34.0
163.5
77.9
142.7
74.0
109.9
59.3
108.0
60.6
83.3
48.4
45.7
M.
25.4
F.
445.9
40.2
31.8
31.3
35.1
85.6
68.7
50.6
47.4
34.9
20.3
1945	
  ...... T.
949.0
491.5
90.2
45.9    |
65.8
33.3
63.1
31.9
69.2
34.0
162.9
76.4
146.7
75.0
111.6
60.3
106.6
59.0
85.7
49.7
47.2
M.
26.0
F.
457.5
44.3    |
32.5
31.2
35.2
86.5
71.7
51.3
47.6
36.0
21.2
1946    ...
  T.
1,003.0
521.7
91.6 |
46.7 j
73.6
37.3
67.1
34.0
71.5
35.5
175.0    |
85.1    j
159.2
81.4
118.5
64.1
107.6
58.8
88.0
50.7
50.9
M.
28.1
F.
481.3
44.9    |
36.3
33.1
36.0
89.9    |
77.8
54.4
48.8
37.3
22.8
1947	
... T.
1,044.0
542.4
98.7    |
51.0    |
79.0
40.0
70.2
35.7
72.2
35.8
179.1    |
86.5    |
166.4
84.7
124.2
67.3
107.6
58.2
91.2
52.3
55.4
M.
30.9
F.
501.6
47.7    |
39.0
34.5
36.4
92.6    |
81.7
56.9
49.4
38.9
24.5
1948
. T.
1,082.0
562.5
109.3    |
56.1    1
78.2
39.5
67.3
34.0
73.8
37.5
182.0    |
89.0    |
164.3
82.2
127.8
68.2
116.6
63.1
101.0
58.0
61.7
M.
34.9
F.
519.5
53.2    |
38.7
33.3
36.3
93.0    |
82.1
59.6
53.5
43.0
26.8
1949  	
  T.
1,114.0
577.8
111.9    ]
58.0    |
85.1
43.0
71.2
35.9
73.7
37.2    |
181.5    |
88.4    j
170.1
85.1
132.0
70.0
117.7
63.6
103.7
58.7
67.1
M.
37.9
F.
536.2
53.9    |
42.1
35.3
36.5    |
93.1    |
85.0
62.0
54.1
45.0
29.2
1 Does not include 910 cases where age was not given.
Sources:—
Census of Canada, 1921, 1931, and 1941.
Dominion Bureau of Statistics Analytical Report No. 1 (Second Edition). C   14 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 2.—Population of Organized Areas in British Columbia, 19491
Area
Population
Population
Cities
Alberni	
Armstrong—
Chilliwack;	
Courtenay	
Cranbrook—
Cumberland-
Duncan	
Enderby	
Fernie	
Grand Forks..
Greenwood	
Kamloops	
Kaslo 	
Kelowna	
Kimberley	
Ladysmith	
Merritt	
Nanaimo	
Nelson ,	
New Westminster-
North Vancouver...
Penticton 	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam	
Port Moody	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke 	
Rossland 	
Salmon Arm	
Slocan  	
Trail	
Vancouver..
Vernon	
Victoria	
Total..
Burnaby	
Chilliwhack....
Coldstream...
Coquitlam	
Delta	
Esquimalt	
Fraser Mills...
Glenmore	
Kent 	
Langley	
Maple Ridge..
Matsqui	
Mission	
Districts
North Cowichan...
North Vancouver-
Oak Bay	
Peachland	
Pitt Meadows	
2
1
4
2
3
1
3
1
3
1
1
8
1
10
6
2
2
7
6
34
13
11
8
2
2
6
9
3
4
1
11
385
11
61
600
075
500
500
,000
,000
.000
500
,000
,650
,100
,500
200
000
,100
,100
,100
,500
,800
,500
,500
,000
,000
,900
,600
500
,200
,200
,250
,000
475
500
,500
,000
,400
635,750
52,000
13,000
1,500
13,000
5,200
6,500
449
1,000
2,400
12,500
10,000
10,000
4,500
6,500
14,600
12,500
605
1,200
Districts—Continued
Richmond	
Saanich	
Salmon Arm...
Spallumcheen..
Sumas -	
Summerland—
Surrey—	
Tadanac	
West Vancouver-
Total .
Abbotsford	
Alert Bay	
Burns Lake	
Campbell River...
Castlegar	
Chapman Camp..
Comox	
Cranberry Lake .
Creston—	
Dawson Creek ....
Fort St. John ......
Villages
Gibsons Landing	
Harrison Hot Springs .
Hope  	
Kinnaird	
Lake Cowichan _
Lillooet	
Lytton 	
Marysville -	
McBride 	
Mission 	
New Denver  -
North Kamloops	
Oliver 	
Osoyoos	
Parksville	
Pouce Coupe	
Qualicum Beach	
Quesnel	
Salmo 	
Silverton.  	
Smithers 	
Squamish...	
Stewart 	
Terrace	
Tofino 	
Vanderhoof	
Westview	
Williams Lake	
Total.....
Total, organized areas..
25,000
26,500
2,200
2,300
3,750
3,500
32,500
470
12,000
275,674
900
550
550
2,500
1,450
625
650
1,300
2,100
4,000
1,500
600
470
2,200
850
1,550
550
325
675
412
2,500
700
1,774
1,350
864
900
350
500
1,800
700
300
1,403
500
500
750
250
600
2,500
1,140
43,138
954,562
1 Estimates supplied by Department of Municipal Affairs. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949
C 15
SUMMARY OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES IN
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949
The number of births which occurred in the Province in 1949 totalled 27,301, exceeding by 1,015 the previous record set in 1947. The birth rate also increased to 24.5
per 1,000 population over the 1948 rate of 24.0 per 1,000 population, but it fell short of
the 1947 record of 25.2 per 1,000 population. While in 1948 British Columbia's birth
rate was the lowest in the Dominion, in 1949 its rate was slightly higher than that of 24.2
births per 1,000 population which was recorded in Ontario.
The number of deaths in British Columbia during 1949 was almost identical with the
number occurring in the previous year. However, inasmuch as the population has been
increasing, the death rate per 1,000 population has declined from 10.5 in 1948 to 10.2
in 1949. The death rate in this Province was the highest of any in the Dominion, but this
is not surprising in view of the greater proportion of older people in the population of
British Columbia.
The marriage rate in the Province dropped from 10.8 in 1948 to 10.2 in 1949, the
number of marriages having declined by 342 to 11,376. Alberta had the highest marriage
rate in the Dominion, with British Columbia ranking second.
Table 3.—Crude Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates for British
Columbia, 1911-49
Population
Births
Number      Rate
Deaths
Number       Rate
Marriages
Number     Rate
1911...
1912...
1913...
1914...
1915...
1916-
1917...
1918..
1919 .
1920..
1921..
1922...
1923-
1924...
1925...
1926 .
1927...
1928-
1929..
1930..
1931-
1932..
1933 ..
1934..
1935 .
1936.
1937..
1938-
1939-
1940-
1941...
1942-
1943..
1944..
1945-
1946..
1947-
1948-
1949-
393,000
407,000
424,000
442,000
450,000
456,000
464,000
474,000
488,000
507,000
525,000
541,000
555,00
571,000
588,000
606,000
623,000
641,000
659,000
676,000
694,000
707,000
717,000
727,000
736,000
745,000
759,000
775,000
792,000
805,000
818,000
870,000
900,000
932,000
949,000
1,003,000
1,044,000
1,082,000
1,114,000
5,841
8,008
9,199
10,418
10,516
9,841
9,450
9,445
9,506
10,492
10,653
10,166
10,001
10,119
10,342
10,063
10,084
10,385
10,378
10,867
10,404
10,214
9,583
9,813
10,013
10,571
11,279
12,476
12,373
13,830
15,038
16,808
18,802
18,999
18,877
22,609
26,286
25,984
27,301
14.9
19.7
21.7
23.6
23.4
21.6
20.4
19.9
19.5
20.7
20.3
18.8
18.0
17.7
17.6
16.6
16.2
16.2
15.7
16.1
15.0
14.4
13.4
13.5
13.6
14.2
14.9
16.1
15.6
17.2
18.4
19.3
20.9
20.4
19.9
22.5
25.2
24.0
24.5
3,660
4,313
4,619
3,974
3,832
3,887
3,896
5,394
5,792
4,739
4,208
4,907
4,997
5,004
4,945
5,474
5,750
5,910
6,397
6,400
6,114
6,150
6,221
6,378
6,857
7,222
7,973
7,460
7,517
8,315
8,505
8,869
10,012
9,697
9,756
10,137
10,613
11,316
11,315
9.3
10.6
11.9
9.0
8.5
8.5
8.4
11.4
11.9
9.3
8.0
9.1
9.0
8.8
8.4
9.0
9.2
9.2
9.7
9.5
8.8
8.7
8.7
8.8
9.3
9.7
10.5
9.6
9.5
10.3
10.4
10.2
11.1
10.4
10.3
10.1
10.2
10.5
10.2
4,509
5,235
5,012
4,296
3,393
3,169
2,861
2,858
3,740
4,690
3,889
3,763
3,943
4,038
4,223
4,418
4,720
4,942
5,155
4,697
3,879
3,604
4,048
4,771
5,034
5,451
6,191
6,135
7,862
9,624
9,769
10,877
9,385
8,434
9,262
11,762
11,852
11,718
11,376
11.5
12.9
11.8
9.7
7.5
6.9
6.2
6.0
7.7
9.3
7.4
7.0
7.1
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.6
7.7
7.8
6.9
5.6
5.1
5.6
6.6
6.8
7.3
8.2
7.9
9.9
2.0
11.9
12.5
10.4
9.0
9.8
11.7
11.4
10.8
10.2 C 16
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Graph A.—Crude Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates for British
Columbia, 1911-49
(Rates per 1,000 population.)
BIRTHS
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BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES
While male births exceed female births by only 4.6 per cent, male deaths are over
two-thirds higher in number than female deaths. Both male and female births increased
from 1948 to 1949, and while male deaths also increased during this period, female deaths
declined slightly.   Marriages also declined.
Table 4a.—Number of Births, Deaths, and Marriages (Including
Indians), 1945-49
Year
Births
Deaths
Marriages
Male
Female
Male
Female
1945                            	
9,727
11,489
13,405
13,322
13,957
9,150
11,120
12,881
12,652
13,344
6,057
6,245
6,626
7,055
7,100
3,699
3,892
3,987
4,261
4,215
9,262
1946                 	
11,762
1947   	
1948                                        	
11,852
11,718
1949  ....  	
11,376
Table 4b.—Number of Births, Deaths, and Marriages (Excluding
Indians), 1945-49
Year
Births
Deaths
Marriages
Male
Female
Male
Female
1945                              	
9,099
10,793
12,703
12,633
13,217
8,547
10,503
12,203
12,009
12,673
5,736
5,896
6,276
6,748
6,756
3,389
3,519
3,654
3,953
3,927
9,080
1946                                            	
11,585
1947                                                         -
11,671
1948                                         - -
11,499
1949                                                               	
11,199 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949
C 17
NATURAL INCREASE
The excess of births over deaths for both sexes in the Province continued to rise and
reached a record high this year of 15,986. Despite this, the rate of natural increase per
1,000 population was down from the 1947 record figure of 15.0. British Columbia and
Ontario had the lowest rate of natural increase of the Provinces in the Dominion in 1949,
the rate in each being only 14.4 per 1,000 population. The next lowest rate was that of
15.9 in Manitoba, while the highest was 27.1, recorded in Newfoundland.
Table 5.—Natural Increase, 1945-49
Year
Male
Births
Deaths
Excess
of
Births
over
Deaths
Female
Births
Deaths
Excess
of
Births
over
Deaths
Both
Sexes
Excess
of
Births
over
Deaths
Population
(Estimated)
Rate of
Natural
Increase
per 1,000  ~
Population
1945-
1946.
1947..
1948-
1949..
9,727
11,489
13,405
13,332
13,957
6,057
6,245
6,626
7,055
7,100
3,670
5,244
6,779
6,277
6,857
9,150
11,120
12,881
12,652
13,344
3,699
3,892
3,987
4,261
4,215
5,451
7,228
8,894
8,391
9,129
9,121
12,472
15,673
14,668
15,986
949,000
1,003,000
1,044,000
1,082,000
1,114,000
9.6
12.4
15.0
13.6
14.4
ILLEGITIMATE BIRTHS
The number of illegitimate births in the Province continued to rise, and totalled 1,639
this year. Excluding Indians, there were 1,281. The rate per 1,000 live births declined
slightly to 60.0 for all births and 49.5 for births excluding Indians. British Columbia had
the second highest proportion of illegitimate births of all the Provinces of Canada.
Table 6.—Illegitimate Births, 1940-49
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
Year
Number
Rate per 1,000
Live Births
Number
Rate per 1,000
Live Births
1940                   	
551
688
759
827
1,048
1,121
1,262
1,502
1,585
1,639
39.8
45.8
45.2
44.0
55.2
59.4
55.8
57.1
61.0
60.0
432
545
606
633
777
847
958
1,183
1,228
1,281
33.5
1941      	
38.5
1942           	
38.4
1943              	
35.8
1944
43 7
1945.               	
44.9
1946  -	
45.0
1947  	
47.5
1948      '  -  	
49.8
1949                                                       	
49.5 C 18
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Graph B.—Illegitimate Birth Rates in British Columbia, 1940-49
(Rates per 1,000 five births.)
RATE
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
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C  19
BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN INSTITUTIONS
Both total births and births in institutions showed an increase this year over the
previous year. The percentage of all births which occurred in an institution this year was
the highest on record, being 96.7 per cent.
While total deaths remained almost the same as in 1948, deaths occurring in an
institution increased to a new record high of 61.9 per cent.
Table 7.—Number and Percentage of Total Births and Deaths
in Institutions, 1940-49
Births
Deaths
Year
Total
in
Institutions
Percentage
of Total in
Institutions
Total
In
Institutions
Percentage
of Total in
Institutions
1940 	
1941	
1942	
13,830
15,038
16,808
18,802
18,999
18,877
22,609
26,286
25,984
27,301
11,676
13,134
15,000
17,319
17,686
17,649
21,470
25,134
24,960
26,387
84.4
87.3
89.2
92.1
93.1
93.5
95.0
95.6
96.1
96.7
8,315
8,505
8,869
10,012
9,697
9,756
10,137
10,613
11,316
11,315
4,482
4,469
4,920
5,783
5,846
5,734
5,911
6,419
6,739
7,007
53.9
52.5
55.5
1943	
57.8
1944	
60.3
1945 '	
1946	
1947	
1948	
1949 	
58.8
58.3
60.5
59.6
61.9
AGE AND SEX MORTALITY
The risk of dying during the first month after birth is high, but declines rapidly
through the first year of life and finds its lowest point in the age-group 10-14 years.
Thereafter there is a gradual increase in the death rate according to age. The number
of deaths occurring at any age is, of course, the joint result of the specific risk of dying
at that age and the size of the population in that particular age-group.
Tables 8a and 8b show the number of deaths that occurred in 1949 in the various
sex and age groups, both including and excluding Indians.
Deaths in infancy accounted for 7.6 per cent of all deaths in 1949. In the other-
than-Indian population, only 6.3 of the deaths occurred in the group under one year of
age. The male infant mortality was over one-half greater than the female infant
mortality.
In the 1-9-year age-group 2.4 per cent of the total deaths occurred, while at these
ages in the non-Indian population only 1.7 per cent of the deaths fell. In the 10-19-year
age-group only 1.6 per cent of all deaths and 1.2 per cent of the other-than-Indian deaths
took place.   Male deaths were over twice as numerous as female deaths in this age-group.
At each of the 10-year age-groups from 20 through 89, mortality increased considerably, and at no age in this range did female mortality exceed that for males. In the
total population 6.2 per cent of the deaths were in the 20-39-year age-group, 16.8 per
cent in the 40-59-year age-group, and 48.6 per cent in the 60-79-year group. The fact
that almost 17 per cent of the total number of deaths in British Columbia occurred at
ages 80 years and over reflects the higher concentration of older persons in the population of this Province. C 20
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 8a.—Age and
Sex Mortality (Including Indians), 1945-49
Year and Sex
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15
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15
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13
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57
39
60
48
54
37
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79
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167
136
170
212
154
196
175
251
165
262
157
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347 838 1,505
207 429    717
356 758 1,611
241 404    742
390 801 1,644
223 421    776
4158191,744
1,485
850
1,549
887
1.533
696
561
735
611
813
71
110
106
111
107
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4
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6,057
3,699
1946
6,745
791154
3,892
1947
125
70
109
69
121
55
221
151
184
134
186
178
6.626
913I625I117
313.987
1948
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1949
1
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1,762|985
1.1081672
108
146
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Table 8b.—Age and Sex Mortality (Excluding Indians), 1945-49
Year and Sex
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1,505
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593|102
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1,516
1
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606(110
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1945
347
259
375
756
1946
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1947
435
199
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1948
407
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1949
409
Female	
759
16
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414
1,483
698
1,592
720
1,619
766
152 244
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1,7311957
1,0831655
104
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l|5,736
3,389
5,896
3,519
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716,748
113,953
2|6,756
....[3,927 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 21
PRINCIPAL CAUSATIVE FACTORS OF MORTALITY IN
BRITISH COLUMBIA
As noted before, mortality in the Province showed little change from 1948 to 1949.
The mortality rate per 1,000 population improved somewhat from 10.5 to 10.2 for the
total population and from 10.2 to 9.8 for the non-Indian population.
In all cases the death rates for the ten leading causes of death showed a reduction over
the rates for the previous year, in several cases the reductions being fairly substantial.
The order of the first six causes of death remained unchanged from 1948 to 1949. Diseases of the heart and arteries lead, having caused 4,352 deaths, a slight increase over the
4,332 for the previous year. The mortality for this cause declined from 400.4 per
100,000 population in 1948 to 382.4 in 1949. Compared to the other Provinces in the
Dominion, British Columbia has a high rate of mortality from diseases of the heart and
arteries, due mainly to the large number of old people in the Province. The same is true
of cancer mortality in the Province, which exceeded that for any other Province in the
Dominion. In 1949 there were 1,637 deaths from cancer, only six more than for the
previous year. The rate dropped from 150.7 to 143.8 per 100,000 population. Accidental deaths, the third leading cause, increased from 887 to 913 in 1949. The death
rate from this cause declined from 82.0 to 80.2. This is the highest death rate from this
cause in the Dominion and considerably exceeds the national average. A contributing
factor to this high rate is the large number of fatal accidents which occur in the woods and
also the large number of drownings in water transport accidents.
A slight decline occurred in the number of deaths from pneumonia, the fourth leading cause. The death rate also was lower. British Columbia had a fairly low pneumonia
death rate as compared to the other Provinces in Canada. When Indians are excluded,
the rate becomes even more favourable. Diseases of early infancy was in fifth place as a
cause of death in 1949. The mortality rate from this cause has declined for three successive years. As in the case of pneumonia, the rate was even lower for the non-Indian
population.
Tuberculosis and cerebral haemorrhage both caused the same number of fatalities—
namely, 406—the mortality rate being 35.7 per 100,000 population for each of these
causes. The mortality from tuberculosis continued to decline, and this year the number of
tuberculosis deaths was the lowest since 1916, when 367 deaths occurred in a population
less than one-half the size of British Columbia's present population. In that year the
mortality rate was 80.5 per 100,000 population, over two and one-quarter times the 1949
rate.   The tuberculosis death rate is 25 per cent lower when Indians are excluded.
In the Indian population, tuberculosis and pneumonia together account for one-third
of the deaths which occur. Since 1946 the number of tuberculosis deaths among Indians
has been nearly halved, dropping from 207 that year to 111 in 1949. Pneumonia took
a slightly increased toll of lives this year—97 as compared to 91 in 1948. The mortality
from accidents increased substantially to 76 from last year's figure of 46, an increase of
almost two-thirds. This cause displaced diseases of the heart and arteries as third leading
cause of death among Indians. In 1949 diseases of the heart and arteries is fourth leading
cause, having been responsible for 56 deaths of Indians, the same number as last year.
Diseases of early infancy followed closely with 53 death, being in fifth place as a cause of
death.   Senility caused 30 deaths, cancer 22, diarrhoea 17, and measles 15.
Tables 9a and 9b show the ten leading causes of death in British Columbia, both
including and excluding Indians, for the years 1940 to 1949, exclusive. C 22
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Graph C.—The First Ten Causes of Death (Including and Excluding
Indians), British Columbia, 1940-49
(Rates per 100,000 population.)
DISEASES OF THE HEART AND ARTERIES
!
1940    41 42        43        44        45 46        47        48       1949
500
CANCER
300
200
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1940    4
42       4-
44        45        46        47        48       1949
ACCIDENTAL DEATHS
PNEUMONIA
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C 23
Graph C.—The First Ten Causes of Death (Including and Excluding
Indians), British Columbia, 1940-49—Continued
CEREBRAL HAEMORRHAGE
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NEPHRITIS
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1940     41        42 43 44        45 46        47        48        1949
1940     41 42 43        44        45 46        47        48        1949
DIABETES
1940     41 42 43 44        45 46        47        48        1949
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
1940     41 42 43 44        45 46        47        48        1949
Note.—A large part of the increase in mortality from cerebral haemorrhage in 1941
was due to changes in classification in the " Fifth Revision of the International List of
Causes of Death."    The increased mortality from diabetes in 1941 is partly due to'
a change in preference when two causes are mentioned on a death certificate. C 24
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OvOO>0\C7\C7v^O>C?\0> C 26 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
THE FOUR CHIEF CAUSES OF DEATH IN THE
DIFFERENT AGE-GROUPS
The four leading causes of death among the population under one year were the
same in 1949 as in 1948, although the order of the second and third causes was reversed.
Premature birth caused over 30 per cent of all infant deaths. Pneumonia was the second
leading cause of death, accounting for 123 deaths, 14.2 per cent of all infant deaths. This
was closely followed by congenital malformations, which caused 120 deaths, 13.8 per cent
of infant deaths. Injury at birth was responsible for the loss of 93 lives, which was 10.7
per cent of deaths under one year. When Indian infant deaths are excluded, pneumonia
deaths are halved, and this cause drops to fourth place.
At each age-group from 1 to 39 years, accidents and tuberculosis lead all other
causes. Together they account for almost one-half of the deaths at these ages, accidents
being responsible for 32.8 per cent and tuberculosis for 16.1 per cent. In the 1-4-year
age-group, pneumonia was tied with tuberculosis in second place as a cause of death,
having caused 11.5 per cent of the deaths in this group. Leukaemia and aleukasmia were
in third place in both the 1-4-year and 5-9-year age-groups, having caused slightly over
6 per cent of the deaths in each group. In fourth place as a cause of death in the 1-4-year
age-group was congenital malformations, and in the 5-9-year age-group, cancer and other
malignant tumours.
In the 10-19-year group, congenital malformations as a cause of death was in third
place, having caused 5.7 per cent of the deaths, and cancer and other malignant tumours
followed in fourth place. Suicides and diseases of the heart and arteries are tied for third
place in the 20-29-year age-group, each having accounted for 5.7 per cent of the
mortality. The same cause is in fourth place as for the ages from 1 to 4 and 5 to 9-—
that is, cancer and other malignant tumours. This cause moved up to third place in the
30-39-year age-group, causing 12.9 per cent of the deaths in this group and is followed
by diseases of the heart and arteries.
In each age-group from 40 on, the same causes are in first and second place—
namely, diseases of the heart and arteries and cancer and other malignant tumours. The
first cause accounted for almost half the deaths among those over 40 years old, and the
second for over a sixth of the deaths. In the 40-49-year age-group, the first cause
accounted for 16.4 per cent of the deaths and the second for 7.4 per cent, while in the
50-59-year age-group these causes were responsible for 6.8 per cent and 5.2 per cent
of the deaths respectively.
In the following two age-groups, 60-69 and 70-79, cerebral haemorrhage and
nephritis occupy third and fourth places as causes of death. Accidental deaths rank third
in the 80-and-over group, and nephritis follows in fourth place. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949
C 27
Table 10a.—Four Chief Causes of Death in the Different Age-groups
(Including Indians), 1949
Int. List
No.
Cause of Death
Deaths in
Age-groups
by Cause
of Death
Per cent of
Deaths in
Age-groups
due to Specified Causes
Age Specific
Death Rate
Deaths from
Specified
Causes at
All Ages
159
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
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2.
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4.
1.
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3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
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1.
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3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Under 1 Year—Deaths, 858
274
123
120
93
55
22
22
12
11
34
14
5
3
71
33
10
8
121
55
18
18
14
97
61
50
35
157
127
108
49
433
244
84
64
1,189
532
119
87
1,456
479
144
119
1,056
175
107
82
31.6
14.2
13.8
10.7
28.6
11.5
11.5
6.2
5.7
41.5
17.1
6.1
3.7
40.3
18.7
5.7
4.5
38.5
17.5
5.7
5.7
4.5
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25.1
15.8
12.9
9.0
23.8
19.3
16.4
7.4
35.0
19.7
6.8
5.2
45.3
20.3
4.5
3.3
50.7
16.7
5.0
4.1
55.2
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5.6
4.3
10.28
4.62
4.50
3.49
0.65
0.26
0.26
0.14
0.13
0.40
0.16
0.06
0.04
0.49
0.23
0.07
0.06
0.67
0.30
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0.10
0.08
0.57
0.36
0.29
0.21
1.19
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0.71
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5.68
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2.76
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104.70
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5.50
274
107-109
492
157
151
160
93
169-195
1-4 Years—Deaths, 192
913
107-109
492
13-22
406
74
71
157
151
169-195
5-9 Years—Deaths, 82
913
13-22
406
74
71
45-55
1,637
913
169 195
10-19 Years—Deaths, 176
13 22
406
157
151
45 55
1,637
169 195
20-29 Years—Deaths, 314
913
13 22
406
163, 164
90-95, 97,
99, and 83e
Suicides 	
161
4,352
45-55
1,637
169-195
13-22
45 55
30-39 Years—Deaths, 387
Accidental deaths. 	
Tuberculosis   	
913
406
1,637
90-95, 97,
99, and 83e
4,352
90-95, 97,
40-49 Years—Deaths, 659
4,352
45 55
1,637
913
169 195
13-22
406
90-95, 97,
99, and 83e
45-55
169-195
13-22
90-95, 97,
99, and 83e
50-59 Years—Deaths, 1,237
4,352
1,637
913
Tuberculosis	
60-69 Years—Deaths, 2,624
406
4,352
1,637
83a, B
130-132
90-95, 97,
99, and 83E
45-55
83a, B
130-132
90-95, 97,
99, and 83E
45-55
Cerebral haemorrhage  	
Nephritis 	
70-79 Years—Deaths, 2,870
406
390
4,352
1,637
406
390
80 Years and over—Deaths, 1,914
4,352
1,637
913
130-132
Nephritis...	
390 C 28
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 10b.—Four Chief Causes of Death in the Different Age-groups
(Excluding Indians), 1949
Int. List
No.
Cause of Death
Deaths in
Age-groups
by Cause
of Death
Per cent of
Deaths in
Age-groups
due to Specified Causes
Age Specific
Death Rate
Li .11 .
Deaths from
Specified
Causes at
All Ages
159
157
160
107-109
169-195
74
157
107-109
169-195
74
13-22
45-55
169-195
13-22
45-55
157
58
130-132
163,164
169-195
13-22
90-95, 97,
99, and 83e
163, 164
169-195
45-55
13-22
90-95, 97,
99, and 83e
90-95, 97,
99, and 83E
45-55
169-195
13-22
90-95. 97,
99, and 83e
45-55
169-195
13-22
90-95, 97,
99, and 83e
45-55
83a, B
130-132
90-95, 97,
99, and 83e
45-55
83a, B
130-132
90-95, 97,
99, and 83E
45-55
169-195
130-132
Under 1 Year—Deaths, 668
1. Premature birth	
2. Congenital malformations..
3. Injury at birth	
4. Pneumonia	
1-4 Years—Deaths, 126
1. Accidental deaths	
2. Leukaemia and aleukaemia..
3. Congenital malformations.
4. Pneumonia  	
5-9 Years—Deaths, 58
1. Accidental deaths. 	
2. Leukaemia and aleukaemia.
3. Tuberculosis..
4. Cancer and other malignant tumours..
10-19 Years—Deaths, 128
1. Accidental deaths..
2. Tuberculosis..
2. Cancer and other malignant tumours..
2. Congenital malformations	
3. Acute rheumatic fever. 	
4. Nephritis   	
4. Suicide  	
20-29 Years—Deaths, 281
1. Accidental deaths..
2. Tuberculosis	
3. Diseases of the heart and arteries .
4. Suicides  	
30-39 Years—Deaths, 383
1. Accidental deaths  	
2. Cancer and other malignant tumours..
3. Tuberculosis  —	
4. Diseases of the heart and arteries .
40-49 Years—Deaths, 629
1. Diseases of the heart and arteries	
2. Cancer and other malignant tumours..
3. Accidental deaths   	
4. Tuberculosis   	
50-59 Years—Deaths, 1,191
1. Diseases of the heart and arteries	
2. Cancer and other malignant tumours..
3. Accidental deaths... 	
4. Tuberculosis  _	
60-69 Years—Deaths, 2,582
1. Diseases of the heart and arteries	
2. Cancer and other malignant tumours..
3. Cerebral haemorrhage 	
4. Nephritis	
70-79 Years—Deaths, 2,814
1. Diseases of the heart and arteries-
Cancer and other malignant tumours-
Cerebral haemorrhage 	
Nephritis. 	
80 Years and over—Deaths, 1,859
1. Diseases of the heart and arteries	
2. Cancer and other malignant tumours..
3. Accidental deaths	
4. Nephritis  	
244
113
91
59
51
12
9
29
5
4
3
59
114
39
18
17
45
33
154
124
97
45
423
240
79
55
1,178
529
116
85
1,440
475
141
117
1,046
169
102
82
36.5
16.9
13.6
40.5
9.5
7.1
6.3
50.0
8.6
6.9
5.2
46.1
6.3
6.3
6.3
4.7
3.1
3.1
40.6
13.9
6.4
6.0
23.0
12.5
11.7
8.6
24.5
19.7
15.4
7.2
35.5
20.2
6.6
4.6
45.6
20.5
4.5
3.3
51.2
16.9
5.0
4.2
56.3
9.1
5.5
4.4
9.66
4.47
2.41
2.34
0.42
0.10
0.07
0.07
0.36
0.06
0.05
0.04
0.43
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.04
0.03
0.03
0.64
0.22
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0.10
0.53
0.29
0.27
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1.61
1.26
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4.91
2.78
0.92
0.64
11.49
5.16
1.13
0.83
27.98
9.23
2.74
2.27
72.36
11.69
7.06
5.67
244
140
91
395
837
70
140
395
837
70
295
1,615
837
295
1,615
140
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382
159
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295
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159
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837
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392
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MORTALITY FROM NOTIFIABLE DISEASES
C 29
Table 11 shows the mortality for the population in the Province, both including and
excluding Indians, from the notifiable diseases for which reporting is required by the
Dominion Council of Health.
Increases are noted in the mortality from measles and syphilis, and a slight increase
also occurred in the cancer mortality. Deaths from influenza decreased considerably,
and pneumonia and tuberculosis mortality was also down from that for the previous year.
Table 11.—Mortality from Notifiable Diseases, 1945-49
Int. List
Cause of Death
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
No.
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
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1,407
2
2
2
2
48
21
1
3
1
180
120
1
7
2
8
1
525
1
85
8
3
1,459
3
4
5
2
2
1
72
2
1
12
211
146
1
3
2
1
576
3
1
84
5
1,486
7
3
4
3
46
1
17
3
1
244
100
12
1
2
1
536
3
67
17
2
1,631
4
2
5
7
5
65
3
1
289
112
5
5
2
442
66
4
	
1
1,637
2
5
4
1
37
22
1
251
125
3
6
3
406
1
78
1
1,389
2
1
2
2
38
9
1
3
1
147
108
1
7
1
8
1
352
1
80
4
3
1,441
3
2
4
1
2
1
47
1
12
164
128
1
3
2
1
369
2
1
75
1,469
7
2
4
3
23
1
4
3
1
212
87
12
1
2
1
362
2
60
6
2
1,616
4
1
5
1
5
44
1
1
242
102
4
5
2
286
61
2
177a
1
45-55
1,615
6
38e
Cerebrospinal meningitis (epidemic)
2
4
88b
Cholera, Asiatic — .—	
10
1
27a, B
37
11
Dysentery  (amoebic and bacillary)
Encephalitis 	
4
1
38d
26b
German measles  	
33
30
23
28
24c
35
7
44c
25a
2
69
3
107
Pneumonia—
222
108
106
36
38g
Poliomyelitis   	
3
147b
38b
Puerperal septicaemia  	
6
38c
8
Rocky Mountain spotted fever .	
115b
3
34
12
29a
Tetanus   	
88a
42a
Trachoma  	
13-22
26a
1
Tuberculosis 	
Tularaemia	
295
39a c
1
5
44a 25b
Venereal diseases—
30
73
9
1
38a
........
2,427
2,599
2,554
2,650
2,584
2,158
2,263
2,262
2,384
2,371 C 30 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
INFANT MORTALITY
Again this year there was a decline in the infant mortality rate from that for the
previous year. In 1948 the rate of infant deaths per 1,000 live births was 33.4, while
in 1949 it dropped to 31.4. The corresponding rates for the population excluding Indians
were 28.0 and 25.8. British Columbia had the lowest infant mortality rate in the
Dominion. Preliminary figures indicate that the rate in this Province is over 25 per cent
less than the rate for the nation as a whole. Improvement is noted in the mortality from
atelectasis, bronchopneumonia, diseases of the thymus gland, influenza, premature birth,
tuberculosis, and whooping-cough. Deaths from bronchitis increased, as did the mortality
from congenital debility, convulsions, diarrhoea and enteritis, injury at birth, malformations, measles, and pneumonia (other than bronchopneumonia).
Table 12 shows the leading causes of infant mortality in the Province, including
and excluding Indians. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1949
C 31
Graph D.—Infant and Maternal Mortality Rates, British Columbia, 1940-49
(Rates per 1,000 live births.)
RATE
9 00
800
700
E
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LEGEND
600
—
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500
—
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400
—
300
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200
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Table 12.—Infant Mortality, 1945-49
Int.
List
No.
Cause of Death
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
16U
25
5
51
19
29
4
57
17
6
69
24
16
75
124
2
53
239
7
2
128
41
5
57
25
2
53
40
9
85
119
11
48
300
15
17
132
40
1
59
11
3
26
27
21
73
115
2
44
303
10
4
129
35
7
53
17
6
35
17
11
93
120
12
70
274
6
1
101
23
4
27
5
27
2
22
8
36
3
35
12
39
1
26
7
33
106
7
107
34
158
2
86
1
119
60
35
10
61
114
10
43
244
13
5
97
39
34
4
57
110
4
13
217
4
3
62
50
21
5
71
117
1
16
212
1
31
38
85
115
1
20
255
3
6
94
17
26
7
70
110
19
270
2
95
20
64
15
33
6
160
91
157
113
35
3
108-109
159
Pneumonia (other than bronchopneumonia)
15
244
13 22
2
9
Whooping-cough	
Other causes   	
1
78
81
792
852
959
868
858
606
631
734
689
668
18,877
22,609
26,286
25,984
27,301
17,646
21,296
24,906
24,642
25,890
Rate per 1,000 living births    .
42.0
37.7
36.5
33.4
31.4
34.3
29.6
29.5
28.0
25.8
Table 13.—Neo-natal, Infant, and Maternal Mortality Rates for
British Columbia, 1940-49
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
Neo-natal mortality rates per
births—
1,000 live
21.4
18.9
55.8
38.0
28.6
166.5
3.1
2.8
7.4
21.1
19.2
50.2
36.7
30.0
142.9
2.7
2.2
10.0
20.0
19.1
35.3
35.5
29.5
127.5
2.7
2.5
4.9
23.3
22.2
41.4
37.8
31.8
131.2
2.5
2.3
6.2
23.7
22.0
49.1
40.4
32.8
153.1
2.6
2.4
5.8
24.1
23.1
39.0
42.0
34.3
151.1
2.6
2.4
5.7
22.1
19.7
47.2
37.7
29.6
168.3
1.7
1.4
6.1
22.4
20.8
52.9
36.5
29.5
163.0
1.2
1.2
7.2
21.1
20.1
40.1
33.4
28.0
133.4
1.1
1.0
3.0
19.8
18.7
Indians 	
Infant   mortality   rates   per
births—
1,000   live
39.7
31.4
25.8
134.7
Maternal mortality rates per
births—
1,000 live
1.0
1.0
2.1 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949
MATERNAL MORTALITY
C 33
Maternal deaths continued to be reduced during the year, and the rate reached a new
low. Since 1940 the rate has been reduced by a third. Maternal deaths numbered only
29 for the population including Indians and 25 for the population excluding Indians.
It is interesting to note that despite the low rate in British Columbia, there were three
other Provinces in the Dominion with maternal mortality rates as low as or lower than
our own.
Table 14.—Maternal Mortality, 1945-49
Int.
List
No.
Cause of Death
Including Indians
1945    1946    1947    1948 I 1949
Excluding Indians
1945    1946    1947    1948    1949
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
Abortion with mention of infection	
Abortion without mention of infection.
Ectopic gestation	
Haemorrhage of pregnancy-
Toxaemias of pregnancy-
Other diseases and accidents of pregnancy....
Haemorrhage of childbirth and puerperium ...
Infection during childbirth and puerperium
Puerperal toxaemias.
Other accidents and specified conditions of
childbirth   	
Other and unspecified conditions of childbirth and puerperium 	
Totals.
Rate per 1,000 living births .
7
14
6
5
2
1
1
4
2
6
14
5
2
3
5
12
6
4
2
4
13
4
50
2.6
38
32
29 I 28
43
30
31
1.7
1.2
1.1 | 1.0
I
2.4
1.4
1.2
25
1.0  1.0
25
MORTALITY FROM TUBERCULOSIS
While the death rate from tuberculosis in the total population declined this year,
the mortality rate among the other-than-Indian group remained unchanged. British
Columbia's tuberculosis mortality rate is fourth highest of the Provinces in Canada,
ranking next to Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Saskatchewan.
Table 15.—Mortality from Tuberculosis,
1945
-49
Int.
Organ or Site Affected
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
List
No.
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
13
437
44
6
6
1
13
18
492
40
9
5
3
9
18
457
36
6
11
2
12
12
381
27
3
8
2
7
14
362
24
5
3
1
5
6
300
19
6
3
11
13
323
19
4
2
2
7
12
316
13
4
9
1
12
7
259
10
3
6
4
4
273
14
Meninges, central nervous system 	
9
4
16
1
1
18-21
5
2
525
576
536
442
406
352
369
362
286
295
5.38
5.68
5.05
3.91
3.59
3.86
3.92
3.65
2.67
2.76.
0.55
0.57
0.51
0.41
0.36
0.38
0.38
0.36
0.27
0.27 C 34
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
MORTALITY FROM CANCER
Mortality from cancer increased slightly this year, but the death rate declined from
last year's figure of 1.51 per 1,000 population to 1.47 in 1949. Cancer of the respiratory
system increased considerably, while cancer of the breast and of the digestive tract and
peritoneum declined.
British Columbia has the highest cancer death rate of any Province in the Dominion.
This is largely due to the larger proportion older people in the population of the Province,
which group experiences a high incidence of cancer.
Table 16.—Mortality from Cancer
, 1945-
■49
Int. List No.
Organ or Site Affected
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
45
50
704
104
129
125
20
275
34
706
132
128
164
15
280
41
695
147
143
127
18
315
45
751
151
134
175
22
353
43
46
738
47
48-49
50
53
51, 52,54,55
Respiratory  	
Female genital organs    	
Breast  —
Skin     . 	
197
143
151
22
343
Totals  	
1,407
1,459
1,486
1,631
1,637
14.42
14.39
14.00
14.41
14.47
Rate per 1,000 population	
1.48
1.45
1.42
1.51
1.47 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949
C 35
SPECIAL CLASSIFICATION OF ACCIDENTAL DEATHS
The International List of Causes of Death includes all deaths from accidental causes
in International List Nos. 169 to 195. These numbers show the circumstances involving
accidental deaths. A supplemental code is recommended for use in the categories 169
to 176, 180, and 187 to indicate the nature of the injury.
In Table 17 are shown the various causes of accidental deaths according to the
nature of the injury in 1949. As well as the categories 169 to 176, 180, and 187, for
which the supplemental code is recommended, categories 178, 181 to 183, 185, 186,
and 193 are included.
Table 17.—Special Classification of Accidental Deaths, 1949
Int. List
No.
Cause of Death
Male
Female
Total
178
180
169
170c
173
180
181
170c
174
182
170c
172
173
175E
176
183
169
170c
176
169
170c
171a
171b
173
174
175a
175c
186a
169
170a
170b
170c
170d
171a
171b
173
174
175a
175b
175c
175d
175e
176
186b
193
169-195
Accidental absorption of poisonous gas .
Accidental absorption of poisonous gas .
Conflagration  —
Accidental burns   	
Railway accidents (excluding motor-vehicles) 	
Automobile accidents (excluding trains or street-cars)..
Air transport accidents 	
Conflagration _
Accidental burns (conflagration excepted)..
Accidental mechanical suffocation 	
Automobile accidents (excluding trains or street-cars).
Accidents in mines and quarries  	
Accidental mechanical suffocation  _
Accidental drowning	
Automobile accidents (excluding trains or street-cars).
Water transport accidents — _	
Air transport accidents   	
Other forestry accidents..
Other accidents involving machinery-
Accidental drowning .
Accidental injury by cutting or piercing instruments .
Railway accidents (excluding motor-vehicles).
Automobile accidents (excluding trains or street-cars) -
Other accidents involving machinery	
Accidental injury by fall -
Railway accidents (excluding motor-vehicles)  	
Automobile accidents (excluding trains or street-cars)  _ 	
Street-car accidents (excluding trains and motor-vehicles)  	
Other road transport accidents  (excluding street-cars, trains, and
motor-vehicles) _ 	
Air transport accidents —      	
Accidents in mines and quarries  	
Accidents involving agricultural machinery and vehicles 	
Other agricultural accidents	
Accidental injury by fall.
Accidental injury by crushing-
Railway accidents (excluding motor-vehicles)  	
Motor-vehicle accidents—collisions with trains	
Motor-vehicle accidents—collisions with street-cars—
Automobile accidents (excluding trains or street-cars)..
Motor-cycle accidents (excluding automobiles)-
Street-car accidents (excluding trains and motor-vehicles)  —
Other road transport accidents (excluding street-cars, trains, and
motor-vehicles)  	
Air transport accidents...
Accidents in mines and quarries  	
Accidents involving agricultural machinery and vehicles-
Injury by animals in agriculture  -	
Other agricultural accidents-
Accidents involving forestry machinery and vehicles..
Other forestry accidents..
Other accidents involving machinery-
Accidental injury by crushing	
Accidents due to electric currents	
Accidents due to electric currents-
Total special classification of accidental deaths (listed above)..
Total accidental deaths	
34
25
9
29
1
1
1
11
15
15
2
2
11
128
5
23
2
96
108
96
261
16
5
2
109
4
5
2
2
7
2
1
5
12
47
13
29
5
5
583
14
6
11
6
24
1
5
18
100
100
45
2
1
36
200
48
33
15
40
1
1
1
16
21
21
2
2
17
152
6
28
2
114
208
196
306
18
5
3
145
4
9
2
2
7
2
1
5
12
47
13
31
5
5
783
676
237
913 C 36
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
STILLBIRTHS
Among the Provinces of Canada, British Columbia has had the lowest stillbirth rate
for several years. In 1949 there occurred 379 stillbirths in the total population and 357
in the non-Indian population, giving rates per 1,000 live births of 13.9 and 13.8
respectively.
Table 18.—Stillbirths, 1940-49
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
Year
Number
of
Stillbirths
Number of
Living
Births
Rate per
1,000 Living
Births
Number
of
Stillbirths
Number of
Living
Births
Rate per
1,000 Living
Births
1940	
274
287
304
317
298
328
321
340
339
394
13,830
15,038
16,808
18,802
18,999
18,877
22,609
26,286
25,984
27,301
19.8
19.1
18.1
16.9
15.7
17.4
14.2
12.9
13.0
14.4
260
273
292
302
291
316
305
317
322
372
12,881
14,142
15,788
17,666
17,797.
17,646
21,296
24,906
24,642
25,890
20 2
1941	
19 3
1942	
18.5
1943	
1944	
17.1
16 4
1945	
1946 ....	
1947	
1948	
1949... 	
17.9
14.3
12.7
13.1
14 4
MARRIAGES
Both the number of marriages and the marriage rate declined this year. However,
the number of widowed people remarrying showed an increase, having risen to 701 for
males and 842 for females. British Columbia had the second highest marriage rate in
the Dominion this year, ranking behind Alberta, which had a rate of 10.4 marriages per
1,000 population.
Table 19.—Marriages by Conjugal Condition of Contracting Parties, 1940-49
Conjugal Condition of Contracting Parties
Total
Number
of
Marriages
Marriage
Rate per
1,000
Year
Single
Widowed
Divorced
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Population
1940
8,678
8,745
9,643
8,203
7,176
7,811
9,957
9,835
9,668
9,467
8,596
8,649
9,538
8,077
7,116
7,733
9,723
9,676
9,618
9,329
503
525
598
585
669
619
652
684
676
701
528
583
613
668
657
751
838
827
805
842
443
499
586
597
589
832
1,153
1,333
1,374
1,208
500
537
676
640
661
778
1,201
1,349
1,295
1,205
9,624
9,769
10,827
9,385
8,434
9,262
11,762
11,852
11,718
11,376
1941 	
1942	
11.9
13.1
1943.. 	
1944
10.4
1945	
1946	
1947	
1948
9.8
11.7
11.4
1949	
10.2 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1949                                          C 37
Graph E.—Marriages in British Columbia, 1940-49
MARRIACES
11,000
""
1
:
:
10,000
9,000
8,000
7,000
6,000
5,000
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
■
■
1
■
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
l
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1
1
1940         1941          1942         1943         1944        1945         1946        1947        1948         1949
Table 20.—Marriages by Months, 1940-49
Year
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Total
1940	
454
457
578
588
600
1,124
1,283
1,328
878
798
766
770
9,624
1941 	
505
604
635
760
760
1,129
878
994
885
871
831
917
9,769
1942...	
702
716
729
930
898
1,105
927
1,052
948
1,012
858
950
10,827
1943	
659
703
686
723
741
1,044
906
826
781
752
720
844
9,385
1944-	
552
526
555
784
642
992
735
711
785
693
651
808
8,434
1945	
532
539
571
643
657
1,096
928
900
932
804
786
874
9,262
1946	
632
697
845
900
886
1,444
879
1,177
1,214
1,007
1,064
1,017
11,762
1947.	
650
754
749
995
1,034
1,361
1,022
1,241
1,140
980
968
958
11,852
1948. 	
655
668
794
881
977
1,293
1,244
1,048
1,181
1,078
906
993
11,718
1949	
607
651
634
972
918
1,361
1,097
1,073
1,213
1,032
911
907
11.376 C 38 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Graph F.—Marriages by Months in British Columbia, 1945-49
MARRIAGES
1,600
1,000
0	
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1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949
C 39
PART IL—ADMINISTRATION AND DIVISIONAL ACTIVITIES
SUMMARY OF REGISTRATION
Registration.—One of the principal functions of the Division of Vital Statistics is to
effect accurate registration of every birth, death, stillbirth, and marriage occurring in the
Province. The Division is especially vigilant in ensuring that such registration is complete. To this end a number of checks have been instituted, such as the physician's notice
of birth, hospital returns, school returns of children enrolling for the first time, periodic
checks of marriage registers, Coroners' reports, motor-vehicle accident reports, cemetery
returns, and others. In order to assist the public in. connection with delayed registration,
the Division has, over a period of years, done everything possible to obtain early records
of baptisms, burials, doctors' personal records, and other pertinent documents.
Volume of Registration.—While the volume of registration this year reached a new
peak, the amount of increase over the 1948 figure was small, being only 226. This is less
than a 1-per-cent increase. Table 1 shows the number of registrations accepted by the
Division over the ten-year period from 1940 to 1949:—
Table 1.—Summary of Registration, 1940-49
Year
Live Births
Deaths
Marriages
Stillbirths
Adoptions
Divorces
Total
1940	
15,616
17,025
18,346
20,068
19,962
20,229
23,870
26,758
26,965
27,786
8,386
8,617
8,916
9,918
9,833
9,848
10,212
10,768
11,444
11,311
9,694
9,828
10,905
9,476
8,549
9,317
11,875
11,892
11,773
11,374
280
308
313
338
321
340
331
355
343
399
163
191
157
249
303
330
402
509
680
762
687
563
847
886
1,031
1,366
2,052
1,880
1,744
1,543
34,826
1941  ■„ 	
1942 -
36,532
39,484
1943 	
40,935
1944
39,999
41,430
48,742
52,162
52,949
53,175
1945	
1946 	
1947	
1948 	
1949.	 C 40
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Graph G.—Summary of Registrations of Births, Deaths, and Marriages
in British Columbia, 1940-49
55,000
50,000
45,000
40,000
35,000
30,000
25,000
20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
TOTAL
LEGEND
REGISTRATIONS    —•
BIRTHS
MARRIAGES	
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Graph H.—Adoptions in British Columbia, 1940-49
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700
600
500
300
200
100
0
1940 41
42 43
44
45 46
47
48 1949
Graph I.—Divorces in British Columbia, 1940-49
DIVORCES
2,400
<■■
2,100
1,800
1,500
1,200
900
600
300
1940 41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48 1949 C 42
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
The total number of current registrations is shown in the table below. These
figures include Indians and cover all registrations filed with the Division of Vital Statistics
to the end of December 31st, 1949, distributed according to place of occurrence in the
various statistical areas.
Table 2.—Total Number of Registrations, Distributed According
to Statistical Areas, 1949
Area
Living
Births
Deaths
Marriages
Area
Living
Births
Deaths
Marriages
la 	
68
440
177
126
776
648
1,129
725
137
3,775
10,853
3,428
31
433
408
49
109
1
130
698
2
3
79
30
113
47
39
194
231
346
211
42
1,534
4,966
1,707
31
101
137
11
44
7
53
293
1
9
23
28
122
66
37
198
165
414
250
35
1,452
5,863
1,381
16
130
113
7
23
6
63
202
3
3
18
7a  	
98
255
377
36
2
-   211
122
178
9
1
319
1
27
10
126
269
1,520
36
10
67
93
15
2
55
38
32
1
3
3
6
97
4
5
3
2
19
62
588
20
lb 	
7b. .   — -
1
lc	
7c 	
8a
61
2a. . .. .
119
2b._ 	
8b	
8
2c                	
8c .„.
8d
2
3a	
56
3b	
8e  _   	
81     	
8g	
35
3c 	
4a.    	
40
1
4b -
9a	
5a 	
9b     	
1
5b	
9c 	
9d   	
2
5c    	
130
5d    	
9e
5e  	
5f 	
6a 	
6b.     	
9f      - 	
10a	
10b -    ...
10c	
6
7
1
24
6c	
6d	
lOd       	
81
184
6e   .	
6f   	
Totals   -     	
27,786
11,311
11,374
SUMMARY OF REGISTRATION AMONG THE ORIENTAL RACES
Chinese
During 1949 there was a total of 166 births of Chinese registered in the Province—
88 males and 78 females. Of these, 83 males and 72 females were born during the year,
the remainder having been born in 1948, with the exception of 2 females born in years
prior to 1948. There was one stillbirth of a female Chinese. During the year 270 male
deaths and 13 female deaths were registered, a total of 283 deaths. Heart-disease
claimed 92 lives—87 males and 5 females. Cancer caused 37 male deaths, no females
having died from this cause. There were 28 male deaths from nephritis and 2 female
deaths from this cause. Tuberculosis was responsible for 21 deaths; of these, 20 were
males and 1 was a female. Infant deaths in the year numbered 4—2 males and 2 females.
There was a total of 69 marriages during 1949.
Japanese
Japanese live births registered during 1949 numbered 139—66 males and 73
females. Of these, 4 males and 4 females were born in 1948 and 1 male was born in a
previous year. Thus the number of births amounted to 130. There were no deaths of
infants during the year.   One stillbirth of a male occurred.
The number of deaths during 1949 totalled 50, and, of these, 39 were males and 11
females. There were 14 deaths from heart-disease, 12 from cancer, and 5 from tuberculosis.   There were 33 marriages registered during the year.
SUMMARY OF REGISTRATION AMONG INDIANS
In the year 1949, 1,520 Indian live births were registered—790 males and 730
females.   Of these, 1,217 occurred in 1949, the remainder in earlier years.   The number VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 43
of stillbirths was 22, 13 of which were male and 9 female. During the year there were
587 deaths registered, 311 being males and 276 females. Tuberculosis caused 100
deaths, of which 52 were male and 48 female. There were 89 deaths from pneumonia
and 53 from heart-disease. Infant mortality was responsible for the deaths of 184
Indians under one year of age, 99 male infants having died during the year and 85 females.
There were 184 marriages registered in 1949.
COMPLETENESS OF REGISTRATION
Indians
Current Registrations
Prior to the year 1917 there was no provision for registration of vital statistics of
Indians, but in that year arrangements were made whereby this became possible on a
voluntary basis and continued in that manner until 1943, when registration became
mandatory by an amendment to the "Vital Statistics Act."
It is not surprising that the voluntary system led to inaccuracies and incompleteness
in recording. The payment of family allowance, which commenced in July, 1945, drew
particular attention to the inadequacies of Indian registrations through requests for verification of many hundreds of births and deaths of Indians. It was seen that a comprehensive review and revision of all Indian registrations was urgently needed.
An educational programme was carried out amongst the Indian Superintendents in
1946, aimed at ensuring more complete records in Indian Agency offices, as well as
establishing uniformity in the method of handling registrations by the Superintendents.
This was supplemented in January, 1947, by a comprehensive project of documentary
revision, described under a separate heading hereunder. The Division is continuing to
follow up the progress made in this phase of registration by maintaining frequent contacts
with the Indian Superintendents and the Indian Commissioner for British Columbia.
A considerable improvement was noted in the completeness and quality of registration of Indian births, stillbirths, marriages, and deaths. Payment of family allowance to
Indians constitutes a great incentive toward completeness of birth registration, while other
factors, such as a growing need for accurate vital statistics records by the Indian Superintendents and a greater appreciation of the importance of this service by the Indians
themselves, have all advantageously influenced the progress of registration generally.
The Indian Commissioner for British Columbia, as in previous years, has taken a
keen interest in the work conducted by the Division and has whole-heartedly supported
the various measures which have been implemented toward securing a higher standard
of registration. Discussions were held during the year between officials of the Indian
Commissioner's office and the Division, resulting in a further co-ordination of policy.
The matters discussed dealt with:—
(a) A continuation of the report of enrolment of new pupils in schools in
September, 1949.
(b) The submission to the Director of a copy of the nominal roll of all Agencies in the Province, with amendments from time to time.
(c) The methods to be used to maintain continuation of given names and
surnames.
(d) The collection of church records of births and marriages by Indian
Superintendents so that such records may be microfilmed by the Division
and thus serve as a source of reference, particularly when handling delayed
registrations.
(e) The appointment within each Agency staff of a Deputy District Registrar
of Births, Deaths, and Marriages and Issuer of Marriage Licences for C 44 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Indians only, so as to facilitate the administration of the " Vital Statistics
Act" and the "Marriage Act," particularly during the absence of the
Superintendent from his office.
During the year no inspections of Agency offices were made by the Inspector, but
instead, in six Agencies, valuable assistance in documentary revision was given for brief
periods by a senior clerk.   It is planned to continue this practice in other Agencies and
to supplement it with routine visits by the Inspector of Vital Statistics.
Documentary Revision
The project of checking, typing, reindexing, and correcting registrations filed during
the period 1917 to 1946, inclusive, was continued throughout the year.
The indexing was done of all the births and deaths which occurred within the period
from January, 1917, to December, 1946, of the West Coast Indian Agency and the births
of the Queen Charlotte Indian Agency, the births and deaths of the Williams Lake Agency,
and the births of the Babine Agency. Priority was given to the searching of 2,305 unverified Indian births forwarded by the Family Allowance Branch, Department of National
Health and Welfare. The value of the project was proved when intensive searching
revealed that 1,069 of the unverified births were registered, of which number 411 were
registered under different names. This checking enabled steps to be taken to correct
registrations which had been originally made under nicknames, phonetic spellings, given
names, etc. The Agencies were requested to forward delayed registrations for the 1,236
unverified births which were not registered.
Delayed Registrations
The difficulty of obtaining correct and sufficient verification to meet standards for
accepting delayed registrations of births increases the work in this phase of record collection. However, the Division is constantly adding to its library of verifications and is
encouraging the Superintendents of Indian Agencies to prepare and submit documentation
for all those persons whose names appear on the Indian census and whose births are
known to be unregistered. During the year 284 applications for delayed registration of
birth for Indians were approved, and many more were reviewed but held in abeyance
pending submission of more adequate verification of date and place of birth.
Appointments of Deputy District Registrars
For a considerable time it had been felt that it would be advantageous to have an
appointment of a Deputy District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages made in each
Indian Agency office so as to facilitate the handling of both current and delayed registration work, particularly during the absence of the Superintendent from his office. Arrangements were made with the kind consent of the Indian Commissioner for British Columbia
to have such appointments made in thirteen of the Agencies in British Columbia. The
persons concerned were also appointed as Issuers of Marriage Licences. It is hoped that
these appointments will improve the handling of vital statistics work amongst the Indians.
Doukhobors
Current Registrations
The improvement in birth registration amongst known Doukhobors, which was noted
in 1948, continued during 1949. This was due, in large part, to the efforts of the special
field representative and to careful planning of policy concerning the collection of vital
statistics. A study of outstanding registrations for the year indicated that the faction
known as Sons of Freedom is the only large group which still opposes registration of births.
The opposition to registration generally experienced in the past has largely given way to
mere disinterest, and this is being gradually overcome by contacts with the field representative. .
VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 45
During the year the Division was successful in securing registrations of birth of all
children of the Hilliers group of Doukhobors, which group had previously opposed registration most strenuously.
In former years it has been the practice to include tables showing the number of
Doukhobor births registered. However, it has become obvious that there is a growing
reluctance on the part of persons of Doukhobor parentage to describe themselves as
Doukhobors on vital statistics registrations, and, therefore, the number of registrations
for persons shown to be Doukhobors falls far short of the true number of registrations
effected by these people. It is interesting to note that the number of birth registrations
on which the racial origin of the father is given as Russian or Ukrainian has increased
steadily during the past ten years, as listed below:—
1940  428 1945      832
1941  476 1946      897
1942  634 1947      942
1943  750 1948  1,013
1944  806 1949  1,010
In the past there has been bitter opposition to accepting any form of marriage except
the family-type Doukhobor ceremony, which is not recognized by British Columbia law.
However, during 1949 an increasing number of Doukhobor couples have been married
by civil contract in order to ensure the validity of their union.
Registration of deaths still presents problems, for, in many instances, a neighbour of
the deceased prepares a crude coffin and the burial takes place as a family affair, without
the services of a minister or an undertaker. In these instances, knowledge of the death
is often not received until some time after the burial, and it is then very difficult to obtain
a medical certification of cause of death.
Registration of Births Other than Indians and Doukhobors
Current Registrations
Except in a small number of isolated areas of the Province, there is no lack of proper
birth registration. As almost all births now occur in hospitals, a means is thus provided
to ensure the prompt collection of records. The District Registrars currently receive
notices of all births from the attending medical practitioner, and they are responsible for
contacting the parents concerned and for any follow-up work necessary to obtain a registration.
Investigations carried out during the year have indicated that improper records were
made in ignorance rather than with obvious intent to defraud. The false information has,
in most cases, been supplied in a misdirected attempt to protect the immediate interests of
the child.
Gratitude is expressed to the medical profession and to hospital staffs for their
excellent co-operation in reporting births to the district offices. The assistance rendered
by these groups has unquestionably contributed to the high standard of registration
presently existing.
A new foolscap-size birth registration form was put into use on January 1st, 1949.
The content of this form was changed little, but the questions themselves were rearranged
and the questions simplified so they would be more easily understood by the general public.
Delayed Registration of Birth
Delayed registrations accepted during the year were mostly for births occurring prior
to 1920. Many of the remainder were births of illegitimate children or reregistrations
following cancellations. The reason for non-registration of the' former group in many
cases was due to the fact that the mother moved away from the district before registering
the birth of her child. C 46 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Many church records of baptisms and marriages were placed on microfilm, thus
adding valuable information to the reference material used for assisting the general public
in obtaining documentation for delayed registrations.
Effect of Family Allowance
As has been noted each year since the inception of family allowances, many inaccuracies in registrations have been brought to the attention of the Division, and, in most
instances, records have been amended. While the payment of the allowances has meant
a considerable increase in the volume of work, it has contributed to a higher standard of
registration than existed heretofore.
Gratitude is hereby expressed to the Regional Director of the Family Allowance
Branch and his staff for assistance rendered to the Division at all times.
Registration of Deaths
No difficulty is encountered in obtaining completeness of death registrations, except
in the most remote areas of the Province and among Doukhobors and Indians. There
has been an improvement in both these groups during the year, and efforts are being
made through the District Registrars to secure still better returns in the future.
A slightly revised registration form was put into use in January, 1949. This
embodied clarification of certain questions and appears to have largely achieved the
desired results. A further revision has been necessary in order that the portion of the
form dealing with certification of cause of death will conform to that recommended by
the Sixth Decennial International Revision Conference. The newly amended form will
be placed in the field as from January 1st, 1950.
Registration of Marriages
The checking of marriage registers maintained by the clergy against the registrations
received has revealed that marriage registration is virtually complete. However, there is
need for improvement among the Doukhobors and Indians. In both cases the lack of
registration is due to continuation of " family custom " marriages, but these are becoming
fewer in number.
Documentary Revision
An important phase of the registration work of the Division concerns the making of
notations and amendments on registrations already filed. While the greatest volume of
work arises in handling and amending birth registrations, the registrations of marriages
and deaths also require constant attention. In the birth series the original registrations
must be withdrawn from volumes in order to add notations of alteration of given names,
corrections, adoption, or change of surname. Marriage registrations must be referred to
in order to make notations of divorce or nullity, change of name, and corrections. Revision of death registrations consists largely in entering notations of corrections to the
information originally supplied.
DELAYED REGISTRATIONS OF BIRTHS
If no registration of a birth is made until after one year has elapsed from date of
birth, the application to register is considered as delayed. In order to effect a delayed
registration, the regular form for registration of a live birth must be completed, together
with a statutory declaration certifying to the truth of the statements made in the registration. As well, some type of supporting verification is required, and certain standards
of minimum evidence have been set and adopted by the Provinces of Canada. This was
necessary in order to prevent birth registrations being accepted on which the facts are
later proved to be incorrect. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 47
During 1949 the number of delayed birth registrations which were accepted
amounted to 651. Of these, 365 were delayed registrations of white live births and 286
of Indian live births.
FRAUDULENT REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS
In 1949, 47 registrations of births were found to have been fraudulently or improperly obtained, compared to 32 so obtained in 1948. These registrations were investigated
and, upon the fact of fraud being proven, were subsequently cancelled. In most cases
such registrations arose from a desire of the mother to cover up the fact of illegitimacy in
an effort to protect the child born out of wedlock, rather than with actual intent to
commit fraud.
LEGITIMATION OF BIRTHS
If the birth of an illegitimate child is registered and later legitimated by the intermarriage of the parents, the Director may, upon receipt of satisfactory evidence of the
legitimation, replace the original registration by a new one which does not reveal the fact
of illegitimacy. During 1949, 151 births were so legitimated, 86 being males and 65
females.   In 1948 there were 105 such legitimations.
The Superintendent of Child Welfare is notified of all intended cases of legitimation
in order that they may be checked, except in cases where the natural parents both
have acknowledged parentage by registering the birth promptly and jointly signing the
registration.
STATUTORY NOTATIONS ENTERED
Provision is made in the " Vital Statistics Act" for corrections or alterations to be
made to registrations if the particulars supplied regarding the change are satisfactory.
In 1949, 406 notations were entered upon registrations, compared to 361 in 1948.
Alteration of Christian or given names accounted for 126 of these changes.
SCHOOL-TEACHERS' RETURNS UNDER THE "VITAL STATISTICS ACT"
As noted in the Annual Report for 1948, the section of the "Vital Statistics Act"
requiring school-teachers to submit a report on pupils attending school for the first time
was declared inoperative by Order in Council, except in certain registration districts.
During the school-year 1948-49, 62 reports were submitted from schools in these
registration districts. The number of children covered by these reports was 129, and, of
these, 117 were born in British Columbia, the remainder having been born elsewhere.
A search is made of registrations on file to ascertain if the births of these children have
been registered. If no registration is found under the year of birth as reported by the
teacher, records for the previous and following year are also searched. If this search
reveals no registration to be on file, the parents of the child are notified in order to effect
a registration.
The results are shown in the table below:—
Born in British Columbia  117
Born outside British Columbia     12
Number registered  112
Number apparently not registered       5
CHANGE OF NAME
There were 354 applications for change of name during 1949, while during 1948
there were 359 such applications. A total of 2,432 names have been changed since the
" Change of Name Act" was assented to in December, 1940.   In order to take advantage C 48
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
of the provisions of the Act, it is necessary for the applicant to be a British subject by
birth or naturalization, of the age of 21 years, and domiciled in British Columbia.
Section 14 of the "Change of Name Act" covers changes of name of residents of
the Province which were made within twenty years before the Act was passed, and
provides that a notice of change of name may be filed with the Division in such instances.
To the end of 1949, 3,225 notices of change of name have been filed.
Table 3 shows the number of applications for change of name since 1941 by marital
status and sex of applicant.
Table 3.—Number of Change of Name Applications Granted, According
to Marital Status and Sex of Applicant, 1941-49
Marital Status of Applicant
Year
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Separated
Totals
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.          F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
1941- 	
55
7
37
2
1              1
3    1        4    1        3
98
13
1942	
72
17
67
2
1
2              1              6
141
27
1943	
59
25
92
5
3     |        5    |        4    |       10
158
45
1944	
67
27
74
8
2            5    1        2    1      25
—    |    145
65
1945	
103
33
119
10
2
10
4    j      21
     1    228
74
1946	
128
36
145
14
6
3
8    1      39
     |    287
92
1947....- 	
117
32
128
7
3
7
7           29
1
......    |    256
75
1948	
142
35
130
3
10
5    |       15    j       17
......    |    297
60
1949	
128
46
140
11
3
4    |        4    j      19
1
1
....    |    276
80
One application for change of name may cover more than one person. In the case,
for instance, of a husband and wife, only one application for change of name is necessary.
The table below shows the number of people affected by the applications for change of
name shown in Table 3.
Table 4.—Number of Individuals Granted Change of Name, According
to Marital Status and Sex of Applicant, 1941-49
Marital Status of Applicant
Year
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Separated
Totals
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
1941 	
55
7
102
4
5
4
3
165
15
1942—	
77
17
192
2
1
2
1
6
271
27
1943 	
59    |      25
238
5
5
5
4
11
305
46
1944	
67
27
220
12
4    1        5
2
25
293
69
1945	
107
34
335
10
2
11     j        4
21
.—    1    ......
448
76
1946 —
135
36
395
14
6
3
8
39
     1    544
92
1947	
120
32
347
9
3
7
7
29
1
478
77
1948 	
151    |      35
337
4
10
5
15
17
513
61
1949	
129    [      46
1
409
14
3
4
4
19
1
546
83
ADOPTION ORDERS
The " Vital Statistics Act " provides that for adoptions of children born in the
Province, if the Division is notified, a notation of adoption be made on the birth registration. A birth certificate may be issued showing the name of the child after adoption,
but the natural parents of such a child may not be revealed.
There were 760 adoptions ordered by the Supreme Court during the year, and
notations of adoption were made on the original birth registrations of 648 children born VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 49
in this Province.   The statistics in Tables 47 to 50 cover adoptions filed with the British
Columbia Supreme Court only.
Notices of adoption and change of name ordered in British Columbia are forwarded
to other Provinces and to certain States and countries so that suitable notations of the
event may be made on the original registrations on file in those places.
DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY OF MARRIAGE
Upon the receipt by the Division of a certified copy of the final decree of dissolution
or nullity entered in the Supreme Court Registry, a notation of the divorce or annulment
is made on the registration of the marriage if this occurred in British Columbia. The
notation shows the date and place of dissolution, and any certificate subsequently issued
from the registration contains a copy of this notation. Provision is made for making a
notation on a registration of a marriage which occurred in the Province, but where the
dissolution or annulment has taken place outside of British Columbia, details of divorces
pertaining to ex-Province marriages are sent to the Province of marriage in order that
the necessary notations may be made on the original marriage registration.
For the third year a decline occurred in the number of decrees of dissolution and
nullity of marriage filed with the Division by the Registrars of the Supreme Court in
British Columbia. There was a total of 1,543 decrees of dissolution and nullity of
marriage filed, whereas in 1948 the number was 1,731. Of the total filed this year,
1,491 were dissolutions and 52 were nullities.
NOTICE OF FILING A WILL
In 1945 an amendment was made to the " Wills Act" providing that any person
could file with the Director a notice regarding the execution of a will, date of the will,
and its location. It was also made possible for subsequent changes to be made on
account of new wills, codicils, etc.
Upon receipt of proof of death of the testator, a search of such notices may be made.
In order that the records may be readily available, the wills notices are numbered and
indexed at frequent intervals.
It is interesting to note that the first notices filed in accordance with the above
amendment were received in April, 1945, and that only forty-seven notices were filed
by December 31st, 1945. In 1946, the first complete year in which the notices were
filed, a total of 394 notices was received. In 1947 there were 2,254 notices filed, but
many of these referred to wills made during a period of many previous years, and hence
the number was extraordinarily large. The number dropped to 1,363 in 1948, but rose
to 1,562 for 1949, and almost all of these represented notices of wills currently executed.
Notices on file at the end of 1949 totalled 5,647.
By the end of 1949, revenue searches of wills notices had reached almost 400 per
month. The Courts now require that a search of the files be made for all estates that
are probated.
ADMINISTRATION OF THE " MARRIAGE ACT "
The administration of the " Marriage Act " is a direct responsibility of the Division.
This includes checking the qualifications of persons about to marry, and the authorization
of clergymen and marriage commissioners to solemnize marriage.
In order to make uniform the procedure for handling caveats, a standard caveat
form was brought into use during the year. In addition, a review of the caveats outstanding for several years was made, and many names were cleared from the list.
A revised list of those cases still outstanding was sent to the district offices throughout
the Province. C 50
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Before being authorized to solemnize marriages in British Columbia, it is necessary
for ministers and clergymen to be registered with the Division. When an application for
such registration is made by a denomination which is not previously registered, an investigation is made in order to determine whether the group is a bona-fide religious body,
as required by the " Marriage Act." A personal visit to the locality in which the group
functions is made by the Inspector of Vital Statistics in those areas which are reasonably
accessible, and in other localities by the District Registrar. These full inquiries provide
a protection to properly constituted denominations and the general public alike.
During the year one new denomination was recognized, and seven applications were
under consideration as at December 31st, 1949.
All current marriage registrations are checked to ensure that every marriage has
been performed by a duly registered clergyman or Marriage Commissioner.
A further revision was made in the consolidated Form M. 2, Statutory Declaration;
Form M. 3, Notice of Marriage; and Form M. 4, Marriage Commissioner's Certificate
of Compliance. This revision shows more clearly the requirements to be fulfilled in
order for a marriage licence to be issued or a civil marriage to be performed.
Table 5.
-Marriages Performed during 1949 According to Denomination
and whether married by banns or licence
Religious Denomination of Minister
Banns
Licence
Totals
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
51
901
6
72
100
13
85
668
3
8
714
65
1.9
33.5
0.2
2.7
3.7
0.5
3.2
24.9
0.1
0.3
26.6
2.4
384
1,268
31
40
305
27
119
455
516
53
25
3,775
298
5.3
17.4
0.4
0.6
4.2
0.4
1.6
6.2
7.1
0.7
0.3
51.7
4.1
435
2,169
37
40
377
127
132
540
1,184
56
33
4,489
363
44
21 7
04
04
3 8
1.3
1.3
5.4
11.8
0.6
0 3
45.0
3.6
2,686
100.0
7,296
100.0
9,982
100.0
Table 6.—Marriages Performed According to Type, 1945-49
Religious Ceremony
Civil
Year
Licence
Banns
Ceremony
Number      Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
1945  	
1946  	
1947-  ,'	
1948 ..—	
1949 	
7,161             76.8
8,415      |      71.7
8,183             69.0
7,903             67.5
7,296            64.1
1,487
2,360
2,568
2,593
2,686
15.9
20.1
21.7
22.1
23.6
676
968
1,103
1,221
1,394
7.3
8.2
9.3
10.4
12.3
9,324
11,743
11,854
11,717
11,376
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
REGISTRATION OF MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN
During the year a total of 234 applications for registration was granted by the
Director—an increase of 32 over last year's figure. Cancellations amounted to 152—11
more than last year. There were 1,645 ministers and clergymen on the register at the
end of the year—an increase of 82 over the 1948 figure. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949
Table 7.—Registration of Ministers and Clergymen
C 51
Permanent
Temporary
Total
Total on register, December 31st, 1948-
Total authorized during 1949	
Total cancelled during 1949-
Total on register, December 31st, 1949.
1,556
189
105
1,640
7
45
47
5
1,563
234
152
1,645 c 52 department of health and welfare
Table 8.—Ministers and Clergymen Registered under the "Marriage Act,"
by Denomination, 1948 and 1949
Denomination
1948
1949
Apostolic Church of Pentecost    _ 	
B aptist Churches  _ 	
Bible Standard, Inc.     	
British Columbia Evangelical Mission _	
Buddhist Churches of North America 	
Catholic Apostolic Church 	
Chaplaincy Service _ 	
Christadelphians    	
Christian Missionary Alliance _ _ 	
Christian Reformed Church— __	
Church of Christ      	
Church of England in Canada  	
Church of God   	
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints  _	
Church of the Nazarene   _
Church of the New Jerusalem _  	
Covenant Kingdom Ministry...	
Dr. Clem Davies' Ministry   	
Doukhobor Sect    	
Elim Tabernacle    	
Evangelical Free Church of North America  	
Evangelical Church, North-west Canada Conference	
Evangelical Mission Covenant Church of North America ...
First Christian Church, Vancouver (Shelton Memorial)-	
Free Church of England   „
Free Church of Scotland  	
Free Methodist Church of North America   	
Full Gospel Mission _ 	
Greek Orthodox Church.    _	
Holiness Movement -    	
International Foursquare Gospel Lighthouse _ 	
Jewish    _   „	
Khalsa Diwan Society.—    	
Liberal Catholic Church   .    _
Lutheran Churches  	
Mennonite Churches -    	
Methodist Episcopal Church (Africa) 	
Moravian Church  	
New Presbyterian Church  	
Nichiren Shu Buddhism Church  	
Open Door Evangelistic Church  	
Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada	
Pentecostal Holiness Church .	
Peoples Fellowship     	
Plymouth Brethren  _.
Presbyterian Churches  	
Reformed Presbyterian Church  	
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints	
Roman Catholic Church  - 	
Russian Evangelical   — 	
Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church  - _
Salvation Army.. _   _   __ 	
Seventh-day Adventists  	
Shantymen's Christian Association.     	
Society of Friends    :	
Spiritualists (National and British Columbia Associations).
Standard Church of America, Inc  	
Ukrainian (or Ruthenian) Greek Catholic Church	
Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church of Canada 	
Ukrainian Orthdox Church of America 	
Unitarian Churches  	
United Church of Canada  	
Unity Metaphysical Centre    	
Victoria Truth Centre	
Zion Tabernacle	
Totals     	
10
90
1
3
6
1
5
3
9
2
3
252
11
11
23
2
1
2
1
4
4
2
9
1
13
6
2
5
20
5
5
6
46
67
1
3
3
1
77
11
1
12
72
5
22
314
2
41
16
2
2
25
4
3
2
1
1
294
1
1
4
l,556l
11
87
1
3
7
1
10
3
11
3
3
250
10
12
27
2
1
2
1
1
4
5
4
2
9
1
15
5
2
6
21
5
5
6
47
66
2
3
3
1
1
79
16
1
15
76
3
24
334
1
3
46
17
2
2
23
6
10
3
1
1
312
1
1
4
1,6402
1 In addition, there were 7 temporaries (2 Church of England, 2 Roman Catholic, 1 United Church of Canada, 2
Chaplaincy Service).
2 In addition, there were 5 temporaries (1 Church of England, 4 Roman Catholic). VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 53
DISTRICT REGISTRARS' OFFICES, INSPECTION, ETC.
Changes in Registration Districts
Vancouver District
Space was obtained in the Provincial Government building at 636 Burrard Street in
Vancouver for the establishment of a district office so that the overcrowded space in the
Government Agency could be utilized for other purposes. The change in location was
made on March 15th, 1949. Seven members of the Agency, who were employed solely
on work for the Division, were transferred directly to the staff of the Division of Vital
Statistics, in addition to which the District Registrar, Assistant District Registrar, and a
junior clerk were drawn from other sources.
The change in organization was accomplished with a minimum of confusion to the
Division and general public alike, owing to the fact that such a large percentage of the
personnel were thoroughly experienced in their respective duties. In addition, the District
Registrar had served previously in the Vancouver Government Agency for many years
prior to his appointment as Deputy Government Agent at Penticton. The Assistant
District Registrar likewise has had wide experience.
As the Vancouver office is now staffed by Health Branch personnel, it will be in a
position to undertake certain additional responsibilities which are not generally carried
out by district offices.
New Westminster District
In the New Westminster district office the issuing of marriage licences and solemnization of civil marriages was consolidated in the Government Agency early in the year.
This resulted in a considerable increase in the volume of counter work for the Agency,
so that three persons now perform full-time duty for the division.
Changes in Other Districts
Four offices of Deputy District Registrars were closed in 1949, after inquiries
revealed that their continuation was no longer necessary in view of the small volume of
registrations handled. These offices were at Agassiz, Beaton, Telkwa, and Tofino. The
work formerly done by these officials has been consolidated within the offices at Chilliwack, Revelstoke, Smithers, and Ucluelet respectively.
The former vital statistics district of Fort Fraser was consolidated with Vanderhoof
Registration District in February, 1949, at which time the Government Agency office at
Fort Fraser was transferred to Burns Lake. The change in registration district boundaries
was so made because both the Fort Fraser and Vanderhoof Registration Districts were
within the police district of Vanderhoof and the District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and
Marriages for Vanderhoof is a member of the British Columbia Police.
Two new offices of Deputy District Registrars were opened in order to give better
service to the public, the need for these being established by investigation in each case.
The additions were made at Armstrong as a deputy of Enderby Registration District and
at Gibsons Landing as a deputy of Vancouver Registration District.
Inspections
Fourteen district offices and sub-offices in the Province were inspected routinely, in
addition to the instructional visits made to six Indian Agencies. Frequent visits were
made to the Vancouver office, and several, during the course of the year, to North Vancouver and New Westminster. One visit was made to the Kootenay area to check on the
progress of registration of vital statistics of Doukhobors.
At the close of the year there were seventy-two registration districts under the supervision of a District Registrar and, in addition, there were twenty-two sub-offices, a special C 54 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
representative for Doukhobors, a Marine Registrar, and 18 Indian Superintendents acting
ex officio as District Registrars of Vital Statistics for Indians. Thirty-nine of the District
Registrars were Government Agents and Sub-Agents, thirty-nine District Registrars and
Deputy District Registrars were members of the British Columbia Police, eight District
Registrars and Deputy District Registrars were other Government employees, while the
remaining nine were non-Government employees. The Marine Registrar and the eighteen
Indian Superintendents are Dominion Government employees.
Vital Statistics Information for Health Units
The system of notification of births, deaths, and stillbirths to public health personnel
was extended so that the Metropolitan Health Committee in Vancouver is now advised of
events which occur to residents of the Metropolitan Health District who are temporarily
in other parts of the Province. In order to do this, the District Registrars of Births,
Deaths, and Marriages at North Vancouver, Vancouver, and New Westminster supply
details of their respective districts to the Committee, while the central office of the Division
segregates events for the remainder of the Province and notifies the Committee directly.
This is in addition to duplicate statistical punch-cards for births and deaths and duplicate
death index-cards.
Consideration is being given to a revised method of supplying to the health unit
directors information regarding births. The object of this is to assist the public health
service, particularly regarding postnatal programmes.
Commencing in January, 1950, the sixth revision of the International Lists of Diseases and Causes of Death will be taken into use, and as this will entail slight changes in
the certification of causes of death on death registrations, a closer liaison between the
Director of Vital Statistics and the health unit directors will be formed. A copy of each
death registration filed on and after January 1st, 1950, will be forwarded by the District
Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages to the health unit director of the area in which
the District Registrar is located. Queries resulting from ill-defined causes of death, etc.,
shown on death registrations will be channelled from the Division through the health unit
directors to the private practitioners or Coroners. Vital statistics are tabulated on the
basis of school districts and organized municipalities, and this data is available to the
health units for their use.
STATISTICAL SERVICES
The statistical section of the Division is responsible for the development of statistical
programmes and reporting techniques in all bureaux and divisions of the Health Department, including health units, from the planning stage to the collection and processing of
data and to the final analysis and presentation of results. It also prepares and analyses
demographic data stemming from the registration functions of the Division and from
population studies and co-ordinates such data with the statistics derived from the public
health programme. Furthermore, it correlates wherever necessary the statistical work
of the Division with that of the Federal departments, notably the Dominion Bureau of
Statistics and the Department of National Health and Welfare. In effect, this means
that the Division acts as a " Division of Vital and Health Statistics " rather than performing duties in a limited field. Vital statistics as such are very important because
they are basic items in the book-keeping of health. However, with the increased demand
for statistical services on the part of the Health Branch arising from the rapidly developing public health programme, it has become necessary to develop a centralized statistical
office for the whole Health Branch.
The Division continued to assist the Health Branch in the drafting of new forms
and in the revision of existing forms to minimize duplication and to establish uniform
methods of recording wherever possible. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 55
Demography
Monthly summaries of vital statistics registrations are routinely completed by the
Division, presenting data by age, sex, racial groups, place of residence, place of occurence, etc. The section continued its study on infant mortality and has accumulated five
years of a special punch-card series correlating birth and death registrations. The incidence of maternal mortality and statistics on the causes of death were emphasized as of
particular value, since they are an important measure of the state of health in the
Province. Many detailed annual tables were prepared. Much information is available
from the punch-card files, and many special tabulations were made from this source
during the year.
Various population estimates were compiled during the year. Information is given
to individuals, business firms, and both official and unofficial agencies. No charge is
made for such service.
Service to Bureau of Local Health Services
Consultative statistical service was given to health units, covering such varied items
as annual report data for the metropolitan areas of Vancouver and Victoria respectively;
assistance in completing the evaluation schedules of " Health Practices," recommended
by the American Public Health Association, in Saanich and South Vancouver Island
Health Units and also in Greater Victoria; assistance to the Central Vancouver Island
Health Unit in connection with an epidemic of gastro-intestinal infection at Port Alberni
and Alberni, etc.   In addition, special tabulations were prepared for most health units.
A great deal of work was done by the Division in the compilation and analysis of
the data collected in the Wetzel grid study. This was a special study made in the Central
Vancouver Island Health Unit area and jointly carried on by the Federal Department of
National Health and Welfare and the Provincial Department of Health and Welfare.
The Division helped the Nutrition Services in connection with diet studies in
Provincial institutions, including Oakalla. It also assisted in the statistical analysis of
the data collected for a Province-wide study of school-lunch programmes sponsored by
the Parent-Teacher Association.
The information given on public health nurses' records was transferred to punch-
cards and tabulated. Each month a summary was completed showing the amount and
type of work done by the nurses. During the year the Division made special tabulations
for the Director of Public Health Nursing. The Division discontinued the work of
acting as a clearing-house for public health family records. It was felt that this function
could better be done under the direct control of the Director of Public Health Nursing.
Among other services performed for the Bureau of Local Health Services were the
preparation of the data for the annual reports of School Environmental Sanitation and
Medical Inspection of Schools.
Service to Bureau of Special Preventive and Treatment Services
The Division continued to render very tangible assistance to the Divisions of
Tuberculosis Control and Venereal Disease Control respectively in the preparation,
tabulation, compilation, and presentation of their monthly, quarterly, and annual reports.
Special tabulations were prepared from time to time for each Division. Special assistance
was given to the Division of Venereal Disease Control in collecting data required for the
surveys made by Dr. Stokes and Dr. Williams respectively on the venereal-disease programme of the Province.
Service to Public Health and Associated and Voluntary Agencies
As in previous years, the Division collected notifications of cancer cases and compiled
statistics therefrom.   Detailed figures on causes of cancer deaths were assembled.   The C 56 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Division is endeavouring to assist the British Columbia Cancer Institute in reorganization
of its cancer record system.
A Province-wide survey of crippling diseases of children was commenced during the
year. The Division of Vital Statistics assisted in the preliminary phases of the study,
including the drafting of the questionnaire and a corresponding punch-card. At the close
of the year it had coded several thousand records. At the present time there is no
accurate information available to indicate the extent of the problem of the handicapped
child in this Province. Therefore, this information will be valuable to the Health Branch
for planning the best utilization of the Federal grant for crippling diseases of children.
Also, assistance was given to the British Columbia Division of the Canadian Arthritis
and Rheumatism Society in preparing a monthly record of its activities. In addition,
certain discussions have been held with the organizing secretary preliminary to the planning of a record system for the society.
Mechanical Tabulation
Continuous use was made of the mechanical tabulation of the Division during the
year, both for routine monthly tabulations and listings of various indexes as well as for
special assignments. The marriage index was completed covering all marriages filed in
the Division since 1872. Searching is now much more accurate and faster than with the
old hand-typed or handwritten indexes. Also during the year, death-cards were punched
for the period 1872 to 1916.
Throughout the year the Division prepared extensive tabulations for the Bureau of
Local Health Services, including the Divisions of Environmental Sanitation, Public Health
Nursing, and also for the Bureau of Special Preventive and Treatment Services, including
the Divisions of Tuberculosis and Venereal Disease Control.
A monthly list of all social-assistance cases was prepared for the Departmental
Comptroller.
During the year the mechanical equipment was surveyed by the International Business Machines Company, with the result that all the printing, duplicating printing punches
were replaced with combined alphabetic, numeric punches, and an interpreter was added
to the equipment of the section. This change provides greater flexibility in production,
so that the Division will be better able to undertake more varied tasks in the future.
Special applications requiring other types of equipment are sent either to the Bureau of
Economics and Statistics or to the office of the International Business Machines Company
in Vancouver.
Vital Statistics Council for Canada
In May, 1949, the Vital Statistics Council for Canada met in Ottawa for the sixth
meeting. Twenty items were placed on the agenda, the most important being in connection with the International List of Causes of Death, a report on the adoption of Minimum
Standards of Evidence for Delayed Registration of Birth by the Provinces, and a progress
report on the model Vital Statistics Act.
International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries,
and Causes of Death
It was reported to the Council that the Regulation No. 1 adopted by the World Health
Organization was to come into force in Canada on January 1st, 1950. The Dominion
Bureau of Statistics, however, will commence coding causes of death according to both
the old list and the new list for 1949. Publication of mortality data in the official vital
statistics reports will be according to the new international classification from January 1st,
1950. The Council agreed that the material for the Provincial annual reports would be
prepared according to the three-digit breakdown in the detailed list. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949 C 57
It was reported to the Council that a new Medical Advisory Committee to the
Dominion Statistician was established by Order in Council. The functions of the new
Committee cover studies in the field of international health statistics, the relation to
economic factors, and, in general, " matters of medical significance as may be required
to co-operate effectively with respective agencies of the World Health Organization in
the field of vital and health statistics." Both the United Kingdom and the United States
have already established their national committees.
The Council passed a resolution recommending that the general rules in the manual
be adhered to as far as possible in connection with the principle of coding to the underlying cause of death. Further, it recommended that medical certificates of cause of death
showing ambiguous or doubtful information should be returned to the physician concerned
for clarification. In other words, the main responsibility for selecting the underlying
cause rests with the physician, and, therefore, all efforts should be directed to educating
the medical profession in the use of the certification form. It was the opinion of the
Council that exceptions and detailed instructions should be kept to an absolute minimum
because they would only tend to confuse the issue.
In order to improve the accuracy of death statistics, the Council resolved that the
coding of the causes of death done in the Dominion Bureau of Statistics be compared
with the coding in the respective Provincial offices.
Report on Minimum Standards for Delayed Registration of Birth
A committee of the Council reaffirmed that the minimum standards for delayed
registration of birth, as adopted at the 1944 Vital Statistics Conference, should remain
unchanged. This was agreed to by the Council. The Provinces went on record as being
willing to give full information regarding the proof accepted for the registration of any
particular case. It was reported that the delayed registration problem is now being handled
by all the Provinces under a uniform system.
GENERAL OFFICE ROUTINE
The volume of correspondence received by the Division in 1949 continued to
increase. This year 57,550 letters came into the Division, whereas in 1948, 51,190
were received.   Thus an increase of 12.4 per cent in the volume occurred during the year.
Ordinary revenue-producing searches costing 50 cents amounted to 24,059 in 1949,
compared to 23,645 in the previous year. The same number of Province-wide searches
costing $2 occurred in 1949 as in 1948, there having been 104 in each year. A total
of $32,147 was collected in the central office of the Division under the " Vital Statistics
Act " this year. In 1948, $31,551.09 was collected. Under the " Marriage Act " there
was $4,373.50 collected this year, while last year $5,062.50 was collected. Total revenue
collected by the central office declined slightly during the year, amounting to $36,613.59
in 1948 and $36,520.50 in 1949.
Revenue for the whole Province under the " Vital Statistics Act " totalled $41,941.10
in 1949 and $41,214.74 in 1948, while for the " Marriage Act " the totals were $49,681
this year and $48,118 the previous year. The total revenue throughout the Province
was $90,059.10 in 1949 and $90,895.74 in 1948, a decrease of 1 per cent. C 58
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
PART III.—DETAILED TABLES OF BIRTHS, DEATHS,
MARRIAGES, ADOPTIONS, AND DIVORCES
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1949
(Classified by Place of Residence)
TABLE 1.—GENERAL SUMMARY OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES IN BRITISH
COLUMBIA, BY CENSUS DIVISIONS, CITIES, AND VILLAGES OF 1,000 POPULATION
AND OVER, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE,  1949.
divisions, cities,
and villages
BIRTHS
(Exclusive of
Stillbirths)
Total I    M.
DEATHS
AH Ages
Total I    M.
I
F.
Under
1 Year
M
1-4
Years
!       I       I
' F. I M. I F.
I
NEONATAL
DEATHS
(Deaths
under 1
Month)
M.
I
«
<
2
3
<
Total for the Province-
Division No. la	
Division No. lb	
Division No. lc	
Division No. 2a	
Division No. 2b	
Division No. 2c	
Division No. 3a	
Division No. 3b	
Division No. 3c	
Division No. 4a	
Division No. 4b	
Division No. 5a..	
Division No. 5b	
Division No. 5c	
Division No. 5d	
Division No. 5e	
Division No. 5f	
Division No. 6a.	
Division No. 6b	
Division No. 6c	
Division No. 6d	
Division No. 6e	
Division No. 6f—	
Division No. 7a	
Division No. 7b—	
Division No. 7c	
Division No. 8a	
Division No. 8b_ ~
Division No. 8c	
Division No. 8d.	
Division No. 8e	
Division No. 8f	
Division No. 8g	
Division No. 9a.	
Division No. 9b	
Division No. 9c -
Division No. 9d	
Division No. 9e —
Division No. 9f	
Division No. 10a _
Division No. 10b —
Division No. 10c	
Division No. lOd	
Cities .
Alberni —	
Chilliwack—
Courtenay	
Cranbrook
Duncan	
Fernie   	
Grand Forks-.
Kamloops	
Kelowna 	
Ladysmith—
Nanaimo	
" Nelson .
New Westminster.
North Vancouver-
Port Alberni 	
Port Coquitlam	
Port Moody	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
27,301
13,957
119
59
460
237
168
92
124
59
853
427
527
268
1,146
591
694
357
149
81
3,861
1,973
10,549
5,338
3,368
1,755
92
44
618
312
416
225
115
55
188
107
93
48
262
140
519
268
23
12
76
31
161
83
150
86
64
35
278
144
349
172
90
50
56
31
212
109
231
114
208
106
50
28
6
3
36
24
38
13
377
189
49
23
74
40
45
18
5
2
143
76
259
132
12,948
6,537
117
52
140
73
72
36
127
56
123
63
65
35
47
25
211
109
227
113
48
22
178
88
165
91
589
294
548
269
250
133
83
42
49
20
237
115
227
109
13,344
60
223
76
65
426
259
555
337
68
1,888
5,211
1,613
48
306
191
60
81
45
122
251
11
45
78
64
29
134
177
40
25
103
117
102
22
3
12
25
188
26
34
27
3
67
127
6,411
65
67
36
71
60
30
22
102
114
26
90
74
295
279
117
41
29
122
118
11,315
36
126
51
47
218
240
408
226
57
1,418
4,960
1,710
50
149
156
37
65
26
107
270
5
19
47
51
25
79
101
22
14
63
107
64!
23
6
14
24
135
26
27
7
11
30
58
6,2961
27'
70
29
51
32
26
20
115
88
26
101
96
261
185
43
27
16
67
67
7,100
28
83
33
29
137
159
254
134
40
925
3,070
991
30
96
112
22
43
19
66
184
5
11
34
34
16
42
74
15
9
44
63
46
i4
5
9
17
95
17
21
4
9
23
38
3,9171
16
50
20
37
20
16
12
87
46
11
69
61
164
1101
271
19
9
52
47
4,215
8
43
18
18
81
81
154
92
17
493
1,890
719
20
53
44
15
22
7
41
86
13
17
9
37
27
7
5
19
44
18
9
1
5
7
40
9
6
3
2
7
20
2,379
11
20
9
14
12
10
8
28
42
15
32
35
97
75
16
8
7
15
20
516
3
12
2
1
10
8
9
16
2
76
157
51
3
101
4
12
6
5
2
2
4
4
209
2
5
5
1
~7
2
8
6
4
5
3
16
V
342
2
4
2
2
11
3
15
9
"32
106
45
3
6
2
1
4
2
4
19
1
2
123
108
1
3
1 _
84
18
322
2
9
54
108
32
1
9
10
219
2
1
2
2
6
2
11
6
—-„
81
29
1
5
2
1
3
3
149
2
3
394
2
5
3
2
16
6
20!
8
1
67
137
51
1
81
5
3
3
4
5
91
II
41
II
3
21
21
II
II
6!
11,376
28
133
68
37
201
168
418
240
36
1,480
5,866
1,397
15
133
116
16
42
7
64
212
6
5
29
24
3
63
116
8
5
61
43
42
4
1
II
41
21
4!
51
6
6
148
1
8
11
1
25
84
1841 8,526
49
146
41
75
92
51
23
167
160
29
179
114
620
180
59
25
20
111
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TABLE 1.—GENERAL SUMMARY OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES IN BRITISH
COLUMBIA, BY CENSUS DIVISIONS, CITIES, AND VILLAGES OF 1,000 POPULATION
AND OVER, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE,  1949—Continued.
DIVISIONS, CITIES,
AND VILLAGES
BIRTHS
(Exclusive of
Stillbirths)
Total I    M.
I
DEATHS
All Ages
Total
M.
Under
1 Year
M.
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Years
M. I F.
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Revelstoke	
Rossland	
Trail-
Vancouver-
Vernon.
Victoria.
Villages	
Creston _
Mission -
93
49
153
80
375
178
7,522
3,796
212
125
1,090
564
150
81
54
28
96
53
44
73
197
3,726
87
526
69
26
43
34
21
39
19
75
46
3,980
2,498
84
61
737
399
57
40
21
13
36
27
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20
29
1,482
23
338
17
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115
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142
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COLUMBIA BY CENSUS DIVISIONS, BY PLACE OF OCCURRENCE,   1949
Detailed information under this heading may be secured on request, if reason is sufficiently
urgent.
TABLE 2.—BIRTHS (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS) BY MONTHS, CLASSIFIED AS RURAL
AND URBAN IN EACH CENSUS DIVISION, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE OF MOTHERS,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1949.
Detailed information under this heading may be secured on request, if reason is sufficiently
urgent.
TABLE 3.—TOTAL LIVE BIRTHS AND LIVE BIRTHS IN INSTITUTIONS, BY PLACE OF
OCCURRENCE AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE OF MOTHERS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949
ALL LIVE BIRTHS
PROVINCE
Place of
Occurrence
Mothers' Residence
Elsewhere
Births to Resident
Mothers Occurring
Elsewhere
Place of
In
Canada
In
United
States
In
Canada
In
United
States
Residence
Total for British Columbia    	
27,257
102
44
164
26
27,301
BIRTHS IN INSTITUTIONS
26,346
97
43
157
24
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TABLE 4.—TOTAL LIVE BIRTHS AND LIVE BIRTHS IN INSTITUTIONS, IN CITIES OF
5,000 POPULATION AND OVER, BY PLACE OF OCCURRENCE AND PLACE OF
RESIDENCE OF MOTHERS, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1949.
ALL
LIVE BIRTHS
CITIES
Place of
Occurrence
Mother's Residence
Elsewhere
Births to Resident
Mothers Occurring
Elsewhere
Place of
In
Canada
In
United
States
In
Canada
In
United
States
Residence
587
515
497
375
2,147
560
353
534
10,193
408
2,351
382
296
328
214
1,623
177
127
166
2,759
198
1,282
2
6
2
1
10
3
8
8
9
4
70
165
3
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96
2
22
1
2
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211
227
Nanaimo   	
178
165
589
548
227
Trail  	
375
7,522
212
Victoria   —   —
1,090
BIRTHS
IN INSTITUTIONS
587
514
497
375
2,146
560
350
532
10,157
405
2,350
382
296
328
214
1,623
177
126
166
2,756
197
1,281
2
6
2
1
10
3
8
8
8
4
70
165
3
7
94
2
21
1
1
2
2
211
Kelowna - . _ 	
Nanaimo -  	
226
177
165
New Westminster _  	
588
548
225
Trail            _	
373
Vancouver 	
Vernon     -._
7,487
310
1,089
TABLE 5.—LEGITIMATE AND ILLEGITIMATE BIRTHS (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS)
FOR THE PROVINCE AND CITIES OF 5,000 POPULATION AND OVER, BY PLACE
OF RESIDENCE OF MOTHERS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949.
PROVINCE AND
TOTAL BIRTHS
LEGITIMATE
ILLEGITIMATE
CITIES
Total
M.
F.
Total
M.
F.
Total
M.
F.
Total for British Columbia
Cities—
Kamloops. — 	
Kelowna	
27,301
211
227
178
165
589
548
227
375
7,522
212
1,090
13,957
109
113
88
91
294
269
109
178
3,796
125
564
13,344
102
114
90
74
295
279
118
197
3,726
87
526
25,662
198
218
173
159
560
532
213
364
7,016
207
1,032
13,109
106
108
86
87
279
260
101
170
3,548
121
540
12,553
92
110
87
72
281
272
112
194
3,468
86
492
1,639
13
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14
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5
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848
3
5
2
4
15
9
8
8
248
4
24
791
10
4
3
Nelson	
2
14
North Vancouver.	
7
6
Trail	
Vancouver	
3
258
1
Victoria	
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TABLE 6.—MULTIPLE BIRTHS CLASSIFIED TO SHOW NUMBER OF CHILDREN BORN
ALIVE AND STILLBORN BY SEX, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE OF MOTHERS, BRITISH
COLUMBIA,  1949.
CLASSIFICATION OF BIRTHS Number
Twin births 	
Two males (both living)..
One male and one female (both living)..
Two females (both living) ~
One male living and one male stillborn	
One male living and one female stillborn	
One male stillborn and one female living...
One female living and one female stillborn..
Two males (both stillborn) -
One male and one female (both stillborn)..
Two females (both stillborn)	
Triplet births	
One male and two females (all living)..
Total multiple births 	
-F.
Total single live births..
307
78
105
103
6
3
3
6
308
283
334
26,708
13,686
Total single stillbirths..
Total confinements.
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369
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TABLE 10.—DEATHS OF CHILDREN UNDER ONE YEAR (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS)
BY MONTHS, CLASSIFIED AS RURAL AND URBAN IN EACH CENSUS DIVISION,
BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1949.
Detailed information under this heading may be secured on request, if reason is sufficiently
urgent.
TABLE 11.—TOTAL DEATHS (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS) AND DEATHS IN INSTITUTIONS OF CHILDREN UNDER ONE YEAR, BY PLACE OF OCCURRENCE AND
PLACE OF RESIDENCE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949.
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PROVINCE
Place of
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In
Canada
In United
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Residence
859
7
2
1
4         1           4
858
DEATHS IN INSTITUTIONS
Total for British Columbia .
671
668
TABLE 12.—TOTAL DEATHS (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS) AND DEATHS IN INSTITUTIONS OF CHILDREN UNDER ONE YEAR, IN CITIES OF 5,000 POPULATION
AND OVER, BY PLACE OF OCCURRENCE AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE, BRITISH
COLUMBIA,. 1949.
ALL DEATHS UNDER ONE YEAR
CITIES
Place of
Occurrence
Residence
Elsewhere
Deaths of Residents
Occurring Elsewhere
Place of
In
Canada
In United
States
In
Canada
In United
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Residence
19
11
26
7
47
12
23
13
251
9
52
12
9
15
4
37
4
19
4
66
6
31
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6
7
Kelowna — 	
2
11
3
12
9
4
Trail 	
11
191
Vernon  	
Victoria..   —
3
21
DEATHS IN INSTITUTIONS
Kamloops    	
19
10
25
7
47
9
21
13
223
9
49
12
8
15
4
37
4
17
4
66
6
30
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7
2
Nanaimo   -	
Nelson  _  1	
10
3
12
1        1
1
6
4
Trail   	
Vancouver—   - - 	
Vernon  — — 	
2
4
11
161
3
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TABLE 13.—DEATHS OF CHILDREN UNDER ONE YEAR (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS)
BY AGE AT DEATH AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949
AGES
All infants
Under 1 day
1 day
2 days
3 days
4 days
5 days
6 days
Under 1 week
1 week and under 2
2 weeks and under 3
3 weeks and under 1
-Total
. M.
 F.
-Total
. M.
 F.
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. M.
 F.
-Total
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F.
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. F.
-Total
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 F.
.Total
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 F.
.Total
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 F.
.Total
. M.
 F.
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F
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No.
858
516
342
227
140
87
90
53
37
53
31
22
34
16
18
22
13
9
21
15
6
11
5
6
458
273
185
38
24
14
23
13
10
22
12
10
AGES
Under  1  month
1 month and under 2 months
2 months and under 3
3 months and under 4
4 months and under 5
5 months and under 6
6 months and under 7
7 months and under 8
8 months and under 9
months	
9 months and under 10 months
10 months and under
..Total
. M.
. F.
..Total
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F.
months
...Total
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...Total
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months  Total
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months  Total
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.. F.
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..Total
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months .
1 months   Total
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11 months and under 12 months  Total
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No.
541
322
219
60
38
22
45
30
15
45
31
14
39
21
18
26
8
18
18
13
5
25
15
10
14
8
6
16
13
3
12
6
6
17
11
6
TABLE 14.—DEATHS OF CHILDREN UNDER ONE YEAR (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS)
CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO RACIAL ORIGIN, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE, BRITISH
COLUMBIA, 1949.
RACIAL ORIGIN
No.
RACIAL ORIGIN
No.
British   _   	
  444
European—Continued
English   	
  252
Polish       - 	
     18
Irish	
-    69
Romanian „ 	
       3
Scottish  	
  113
Russian (races of U.S.S.R.)	
—    22
Other    —   -              	
10
Swedish   — 	
. .   . .    16
201
     11
Austrian 	
1
Yugoslavic   	
      3
Belgian	
      3
Other - -	
      6
      9
Czech and Slovak-	
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Chinese „      —	
.....     4
        3
—         2
Finnish —
 -      3
Japanese   -
French
     43
Syrian  	
       3
German     — 	
    33
Other  _
Greek
Indian     	
  190
Hungarian     	
.       2
Jewish      	
      2
Icelandic  	
       1
Negro 	
Italian   	
      9
Other races  	
         1
Lithuanian	
Unspecified   	
     11
Netherland -   	
     10
~—
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All origins  	
  858
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TABLE 26.—CAUSES OF DEATH BY SEX AND AGE, VANCOUVER,  1949
TABLE 27.—CAUSES OF DEATH BY SEX, MARITAL STATUS, BIRTHPLACE, AND
MONTH OF DEATH, VANCOUVER, 1949
TABLE 28.—CAUSES OF DEATH BY SEX AND AGE, VICTORIA, 1949
TABLE 29.—CAUSES OF DEATH BY SEX, MARITAL STATUS, BIRTHPLACE, AND
MONTH OF DEATH, VICTORIA,  1949
Detailed information under these headings may be secured on request, if reason is sufficiently urgent.  C 108
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
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TABLE 37.—BIRTHS OF INDIANS (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS)  BY MONTHS,
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TABLE 40.—DEATHS OF INDIAN CHILDREN UNDER ONE YEAR (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS) BY MONTHS, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949
PROVINCE
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AGES No. AGES No.
All infants _   Total 190             Under 1 month  Total 56
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C 147
TABLE 42.—DEATHS OF INDIAN CHILDREN UNDER ONE YEAR (EXCLUSIVE OF
STILLBIRTHS) FROM CERTAIN SPECIFIED CAUSES, BY SEX AND BY PLACE OF
RESIDENCE, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1949.
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CAUSES OF DEATH
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89
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119
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158
5
159
11
160
2
161
2
169-195,
7
197
1
199,200
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BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949
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55
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TABLE 44.—DEATHS OF INDIANS (EXCLUSIVE OF STILLBIRTHS) BY SINGLE YEARS OF
AGE AND BY AGE-GROUPS, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949
AGES
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M.
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AGES
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190
25
19
14
8
344
107
13
11
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6
288
83
12
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3
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4
4
3
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6
4
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3
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54    „     	
2
3    „   .     	
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28
5
3
5
2
3
17
3
2
1
1
2
11
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7
3
2
144
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5
2
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112
2
4
2
1
1
2
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18
3
6
3
6
4
9
1
5
2
4
1
9
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24
4
3
5
9
14
2
2
2
5
10
2
1
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2
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22
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3
3
4
8
13
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2
4
9
14    „            - -
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21
4
5
6
6
6
11
1
1
5
6
3
10
3
4
1
3
2
66    „       -	
1
67    „	
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2
17    „            	
69    „ -	
4
18    „ 	
20
6
2
3
6
9
9
6
3
5
11
19    „                         	
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27
5
3
1
7
16
2
3
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2
11
3
5
72    „     	
2
3
21    „              	
73    „     	
3
22    „
74    „
4
23    ,,        	
26
7
4
6
6
7
14
3
2
4
4
4
12
24    „                                	
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16
5
4
3
3
2
8
3
1
1
8
2
3
2
3
2
4
76    „   -
2
77    „    .             	
2
26    „          	
78    „     	
2
27    „  -
79    „      	
3
28    „                          -
Total 75-79 years	
30
10
4
8
9
3
17
7
2
4
4
2
13
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17
3
5
6
5
4
5
1
2
2
3
3
12
2
3
4
2
1
3
2
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4
31    „    .     . .     	
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5
32    „     	
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1
33    „   -     -	
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34
2
3
3
19
1
3
2
1
2
	
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23
4
3
4
2
6
11
3
1
3
1
4
12
1
2
1
1
2
1
86    „	
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36 „         .	
87    „          	
88    „
37    „     -	
89    „
Total 85-89 years	
11
9
1
2
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19
2
2
4
3
3
12
2
2
1
1
7
2
2
2
2
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3
92
1
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93    „    ,
42    „                    - -
94   „
1
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8
2
3
1
44    „    - -	
Total 40-44 years  ...
14
4
2
2
5
3
6
1
1
1
1
2
8
3
1
1
4
1
1
96   „    	
97   „   -
46    „    	
98   „
47    „        -	
99   „   -
Total 95-99 years	
100 years and over '	
Not stated 	
2
1
1
49    „ -	
Total 45-49 years	
16    1
1
6
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00 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1949
C  157
TABLE 47.—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED IN THE COURT REGISTRY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, DURING EACH MONTH OF 1949 AND THE MONTHLY TOTALS FROM APRIL,
1920,1 TO DECEMBER 31st, 1949.
Month Filed
Year Filed
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37
51
63
59
60
87
60
61
72
62
82
66
760
Totals, April, 1920, to Decem
ber 31st, 1949.	
413
487
507
483
550
604
460
445
507
580
534
531
4
6,105
'Adoption Act assented to April 17th, 1920.
TABLE 48.—ADOPTIONS BY YEAR OF COURT ORDER AND SEX OF CHILDREN, AND
WHETHER ADOPTED BY MAN AND WIFE, BY MAN ONLY, OR BY WOMAN ONLY,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1949.
Year of Court Order
Number of Orders
Entered and
Certificates Issued
Adopted by
Total
Males
Females
Man and
Wife
Man
Only
Woman
Only
1946 	
2
1
23
357
1
15
361
2
2
38
707
2
1
1947   	
1948       	
2
38
1949         	
718
Total    	
383
377
749
2
9
760
TABLE 49.—ADOPTIONS BY YEAR OF COURT ORDER AND BY SEX AND
LEGITIMACY OF CHILDREN, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1949
Year
Adoption
Ordered
Legitimate Births
Illegitimate Births
Not Given or Unknown
Total
Males
Females
Total
Males
Females
Total
Males
Females
Total
1946
1947..
1
1
9
117
1
4
122
1
2
13
239
1
14
235
11
237
1
25
472
5
2
7
2
1948
1949..
Totals	
38
718
128
127           255
1
250
248
498
5
2
7
760
TABLE 50.—ADOPTIONS BY BIRTHPLACE OF CHILDREN, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1949,
AND TOTALS FROM APRIL,  1920,1 TO DECEMBER 3 1st, 1949
Place of Birth
Filed in
1949
Apr.,
1920,to
Dec,
1949
Place of Birth
Filed in
1949
Apr.,
1920,to
Dec,
1949
648
22
13
1
5
17
3
21
14
5,241
188
96
5
11
79
16
175
1
90
5
4
1
3
3
24
2
Manitoba  	
Other British possessions	
Asia   	
Europe    ...
8
6
32
8
Quebec  	
103
Not given or unknown _.
20
Newfoundland    —
Totals  	
760
6,105
1 Adoption Act assented to April 17th, 1920. C 158
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
TABLE 51.—DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY OF MARRIAGE AND JUDICIAL
SEPARATION BY THE TIME ELAPSED BETWEEN THE MARRIAGE AND THE
OBTAINING  OF THE DECREE   (IN YEARS  ONLY),  BRITISH COLUMBIA,   1945-49.
Years Married
Number
Years Married
Number
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
Less than 1 year	
1 year 	
23
39
59
98
119
127
89
75
82
66
81
54
60
31
46
19
55
105
137
180
199
164
140
117
117
90
84
75
54
57
19
70
82
119
146
150
160
150
115
109
88
83
68
61
47
18
58
102
92
120
125
134
148
116
97
80
76
62
54
52
16
52
59
114
99
110
114
99
118
100
76
64
68
58
49
15 years 	
16 „       	
43
42
34
29
22
90
54
36
1
55
53
53
41
33
108
60
40
5
10
41
42
38
36
37
110
65
38
4
2
34
35
34
34
34
121
63
49
5
1
32
30
17    „    	
28
3    „                    .     .
18    „       	
36
4    ,
19    „   	
28
5    „               	
20 years but less than
25 years ■	
25 years but less than
30 years	
30 years but less than
40 years 	
40 years and over ■
6    „              	
106
7    „	
8    „                  	
63
9    ,
10    „	
28
11    „             	
3
12    ,
7
13 „    	
14 „               	
Totals	
1,400
2,051
1,880
1,744
1,557
TABLE 52.—NUMBER OF CHILDREN AFFECTED BY THE AWARD OF CUSTODY UNDER
DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY OF MARRIAGE AND JUDICIAL SEPARATION, BY SEX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1945-49.
Award of Custody
Males
Females
Total
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1945
1946
1947 1 1948
1
1949
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
458
23
35
681
10
37
630
17
22
616
19
55
538
11
42
469
25
24
694
18
49
628
16
21
580
11
78
509
12
24
927
48
59
1,375
28
86
1,258
33
43
1,196
30
133
1,047
23
66
Totals... 	
516
728
669
690
591
518
761
665
669
545
1,034
1,489
1,334
1,359
1,136
TABLE 53.—DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY OF MARRIAGE AND JUDICIAL
SEPARATION BY SEX OF PETITIONER, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1945-49
Dissolution of Marriage
Nullity of Marriage
Judicial Separation
Action
Year
Sex of Petitioner
Sex of Petitioner
Sex of Petitioner
Dismissed
or Wifh-
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
1945 	
579
785
1,364
13
21
34
3
3
5
1946  	
794
1,210
2,004
12
26
38
7
7
2
1947 	
659
1,167
1,826
21
29
50
2
2
2
1948	
586
1,097
1,683
16
32
48
13
13
1949..	
538
953
1,491
19
33
52
2
12
14
►- VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1949                                        C 159
TABLE 54.—DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY OF MARRIAGE AND JUDICIAL
SEPARATION   BY   MONTH   FILED   IN   COURT   REGISTRY,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,
1945-49.
Year
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Total
1945  	
1946 	
1947 	
1948	
1949.. 	
202
163
180
147
132
132
149
186
140
133
88
170
157
182
155
104
190
173
166
119
119
208
159
154
187
139
253
207
207
197
169
191
130
158
101
67
20
18
26
20
24
105
99
79
82
66
199
186
138
133
89
186
165
188
140
202
215
220
159
158
1,401
2,049
1,880
1,744
1,557
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1951
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