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 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
VITAL STATISTICS
OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EIGHTY-FIFTH REPORT
FOR THE YEAR
1956
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1957  Victoria, B.C., October 25th, 1957.
To His Honour Frank Mackenzie Ross, C.M.G., M.C.,
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 1956.
ERIC MARTIN,
Minister of Health and Welfare. Department of Health and Welfare,
Victoria, B.C., October 25th, 1957.
The Honourable Eric Martin,
Minister of Health and Welfare, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the Eighty-fifth 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., October 25th, 1957.
G. F. Amyot, Esq., M.D., D.P.H.,
Deputy Minister of Health, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the Eighty-fifth Report on Vital Statistics in the
Province of British Columbia for the year ended December 31st, 1956.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. H. DOUGHTY,
Director of Vital Statistics. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Introduction     11
Map
Map Showing Statistical Publication Areas, British Columbia     12
PART I.—GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY BY PLACE
OF RESIDENCE
Tables
Table 1.—Population by Sex and Age-group, British Columbia, 1901-56  14
Table 2.—Crude Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates, British Columbia, 1911-56  15
Table 3.—Births and Deaths by Sex, British Columbia:
(a) Including Indians, 1921-56  16
(b) Excluding Indians, 1926-56  17
Table 4.—Births and Deaths (Excluding Indians and Indians Only), British Columbia, 1926-56  17
Table 5.—Live Births by Order of Birth and Age of Mother, British Columbia, 1956 18
Table 6.—Illegitimate Births by Age of Mother, British Columbia:
(a) Including Indians, 1921-56  18
(b) Excluding Indians, 1931-56  19
Table 7.—Births and Deaths in Institutions, British Columbia, 1926-56  20
Table 8.—Age-Sex Specific Death Rates, British Columbia, 1921-56  21
Table 9.—Summary of Important Causes of Death, British Columbia, 1947-56:
(a)   Including Indians  23
(b )   Excluding Indians  24
Table 10.—Mortality   from   Cardiovascular-Renal   Diseases,   British   Columbia,
1952-56  25
Table 11.—Mortality from Diseases of the Heart by Sex and Age-group, British
Columbia, 1956  25
Table 12.—Mortality from Vascular Lesions Affecting the Central Nervous System,
Diseases of the Arteries, and Nephritis by Sex and Age-group, British Columbia,
1956  26
Table 13.—Mortality from Cancer, British Columbia, 1952-56  26
Table 14.—Mortality from Accidents and Violence by Nature of Injury, British
Columbia, 1956  27
Table 15.—Mortality from Accidents by External Cause, Sex, and Age-group, British Columbia, 1956  29
Table 16.—Place of Occurrence of Injury for Non-transport Accidental Deaths,
British Columbia, 1956  30
Table 17.—Mortality from Pneumonia by Type, British Columbia, 1952-56  31
Table 18.—Mortality from Diseases of the Arteries, 1952-56  31
Table 19.—Mortality from Tuberculosis by Site, British Columbia, 1952-56  32
Table 20.—Neo-natal, Infant, and Maternal Mortality Rates, British Columbia,
1947-56  32
Table 21.—Infant Mortality by Cause, British Columbia, 1952-56  33
Table 22.—Rates of Infant Mortality by Age at Death, British Columbia, 1921-56 33
Table 23.—Maternal Mortality, British Columbia, 1952-56  34
Table 24.—Mortality from Notifiable Diseases, British Columbia, 1952-56  35 P 6 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
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Table 25.—Four Chief Causes of Death in the Different Age-groups, British Columbia, 1956:
(a) Including Indians  37
(b) Excluding Indians  38
Table 26.—Stillbirths, British Columbia, 1947-56  39
Table 27.—Marriages by Conjugal Condition of Contracting Parties, British Columbia, 1947-56  40
Table 28.—Marriages by Months, British Columbia, 1947-56  40
Table 29.—Marriages Performed according to Type, British Columbia, 1952-56  40
Table 30.—Marriages Authorized by Banns or Licence according to Religious Denomination of Officiating Minister, British Columbia, 1956  41
Table 31.—Adoptions by Sex and Legitimacy of Adopted Children, British Columbia, 1947-56 _•_  42
Table 32.—Divorces by Duration of Marriage, British Columbia, 1947-56  43
Graphs
Graph A.—Crude Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates, British Columbia, 1911—56  16
Graph B.—Illegitimate Birth Rates, British Columbia, 1921-56  19
Graph C.—Infant Mortality Rates, British Columbia, 1921-56  34
Graph D.—Maternal Mortality Rates, British Columbia, 1921-56  35
Graph E.—Marriages by Months, British Columbia, 1952-56  42
PART II.—ADMINISTRATION AND DIVISIONAL ACTIVITIES
Summary of Registration Services  44
Registration Facilities  44
Volume of Registration—All Races  45
Searches  48
Certification   49
Revenue   49
Registration of Births   50
Fraudulent Registrations   50
Legitimations  50
Alterations of Christian Names  51
Delayed Registration of Births  51
Registration of Deaths  52
Registration of Stillbirths  52
Registration of Marriages  52
Registration of Adoption Orders  52
Registration of Divorces  53
Registration of Notices of Filing of a Will   53
Legal Changes of Name   53
Registration of Ministers and Clergymen   54
Orders of Remarriage :  56
Caveats  56
Microfilm and Photographic Services  56
District Registrars' Offices  57
Administrative Changes  57
Inspections  57
Vancouver Office  5 8 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956 P 7
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Statistical Services  58
Dental-health Statistics  58
Tuberculosis Statistics  59
Venereal-disease Statistics  59
Crippled Children's Registry  5 9
Mental-health Statistics  60
Cancer Statistics  60
Western Rehabilitation Centre Statistics  61
Infant and Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Statistics  61
Child Growth and Development Charts  61
Epidemiological Statistics  61
Morbidity Statistics  62
Other Assignments  62
Procedure Manuals  62
Vital Statistics Special Reports  62
Tables
Table 1.—Registration Districts, Location of Offices, and Designation of Appointees 45
Table 2.—Summary of Registration, British Columbia, 1936-56  46
Table 3.—Total Registrations of Live Births, Deaths, and Marriages Distributed
according to Statistical Areas, British Columbia, 1956  48
Table 4.—Searches Performed and Correspondence Received by the Central Office
of the Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1947-56  49
Table 5.—Revenue-producing Certifications Issued by the Central Office of the Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1947-56  49
Table 6.—Revenue Collected by the Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia,
1947-56  50
Table 7.—Change of Name Applications Granted, according to Marital Status and
Sex of Applicant, and Total Number of Persons Affected, British Columbia,
1941-56  54
Table 8.—Registration of Ministers and Clergymen, British Columbia, 1956  54
Table 9.—Registration of Ministers and Clergymen, by Religious Denomination,
British Columbia, 1955 and 1956  55
Graphs
Graph F.—Summary of Registration of Live Births, Deaths, and Marriages, British
Columbia, 1921-56  47
Graph G.—Adoptions, British Columbia, 1936-56  48
Graph H.—Divorces, British Columbia, 1936-56  48
PART III.—DETAILED TABLES OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES, ADOPTIONS, AND DIVORCES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1956 (CLASSIFIED BY
PLACE OF RESIDENCE).
General Summary of Births and Marriages
Table 1.—General Summary of Births, Stillbirths, and Marriages for Census Divisions, British Columbia, 1956  65
Table 2.—General Summary of Births, Stillbirths, and Marriages for Incorporated
Urban Places of 1,000 Population and Over, British Columbia, 1956  66 P 8 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Births
Page
Table 3.—Live Births and Live Births in Hospital by Occurrence and Residence for
Census Divisions, British Columbia, 1956  67
Table 4.—Live Births and Live Births in Hospital by Occurrence and Residence for
Urban Places of 1,000 Population and Over, British Columbia, 1956  68
Table 5.—Live Births by Month, British Columbia, 1956  69
Table 6.—Live Births for Census Divisions by Type of Attendance, British Columbia, 1956  69
Table 7.—Live Births in Incorporated Urban Places of 1,000 Population and Over
by Type of Attendance, British Columbia, 1956  70
Table 8.—Live Births by Ages of Parents, British Columbia, 1956  71
Table 9.—Live Births by Age of Mother and Birth Order, British Columbia, 1956____ 72
Table 10.—Multiple Births by Age of Mother, British Columbia, 1956  73
Table 11.—Stillbirths by Sex and Period of Gestation, British Columbia, 1956   73
Infant Mortality
Table 12.—Infant Deaths and Infant Deaths in Hospital by Occurrence and Residence for Census Divisions, British Columbia, 1956     74
Table 13.—Infant Deaths and Infant Deaths in Hospital by Occurrence and Residence for Urban Places of 1,000 Population and Over, British Columbia, 1956    75
Table 14.—Cause of Infant Deaths by Sex and Age, British Columbia, 1956     76
Table 15.—Cause of Infant Deaths by Sex and Month of Death, British Columbia,
1956 J     78
General Mortality
Table 16.—General Summary of Mortality for Census Divisions, British Columbia,
1956     80
Table 17.—General Summary of Mortality for Incorporated Urban Places of 1,000
Population and Over, British Columbia, 1956     81
Table 18.—Deaths and Deaths in Hospital by Occurrence and Residence for Census
Divisions, British Columbia, 1956     82
Table 19.—Deaths and Deaths in Hospital by Occurrence and Residence for Urban
Places of 1,000 Population and Over, British Columbia, 1956     83
Table 20.—Cause of Death by Sex for Census Divisions, British Columbia, 1956____ 84
Table 21.—Cause of Death by Sex for Cities of 5,000 Population and Over, British
Columbia, 1956     94
Table 22.—Cause of Death by Sex for District Municipalities of 1,000 Population
and Over, British Columbia, 1956     99
Table 23.—Cause of Death by Sex and Age, British Columbia, 1956  106
Table 24.—Cause of Death by Sex, Marital Status, Age, and Month of Death, British
Columbia, 1956  113
Table 25.—Deaths by Single Years of Age and Sex, British Columbia, 1956  122
Marriages
Table 26.—Marriages by Month of Marriage, British Columbia, 1956  122
Table 27.—Marriages by Age of Bride and Age of Bridegroom, British Columbia,
1956  123
Table 28.—Marriages by Marital Status of Bridegroom and Bride, British Columbia,
1956  124
Table 29.—Marriages by Marital Status and Age of Bridegroom, British Columbia,
1956  124 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956 P 9
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Table 30.—Marriages by Marital Status and Age of Bride, British Columbia, 1956 124
Table 31.—Marriages by Birthplace of Bridegroom and Birthplace of Bride, British
Columbia, 1956  125
Table 32.—Marriages by Religious Denomination of Bridegroom and Religious Denomination of Bride, British Columbia, 1956  126
Indians
Table 33.—General Summary of Births and Stillbirths for Indians by Census Division, British Columbia, 1956 1  127
Table 34.—Indian Live Births and Indian Live Births in Hospital by Occurrence
and Residence for Census Divisions, British Columbia, 1956  128
Table 35.—Live Births of Indians by Month, British Columbia, 1956  128
Table 36.—Live Births of Indians by Age of Parents, British Columbia, 1956  129
Table 37.—Live Births of Indians by Age of Mother and Birth Order, British Columbia, 1956  130
Table 38.—General Summary of Mortality for Indians by Census Divisions, British
Columbia, 1956  131
Table 39.—Cause of Death of Indians by Sex and Age, British Columbia, 1956  132
Table 40.—Cause of Death of Indians by Sex and Month, British Columbia, 1956__ 134
Table 41.—Cause of Infant Deaths of Indians by Sex and Age, British Columbia,
1956 .  135
Table 42.—Cause of Infant Deaths of Indians by Sex and Month of Death, British
Columbia, 1956  140
Adoptions
Table 43.—Registration of Adoptions Ordered by the Supreme Court of British
Columbia, by Year of Court Order and Sex of Children, and by Whom Adopted,
1956  144
Table 44.—Registration of Adoptions Ordered by the Supreme Court of British
Columbia, by Year of Court Order and Sex and Legitimacy of Children, 1956 144
Table 45.—Registration of Adoptions Ordered by the Supreme Court of British
Columbia, by Birthplace of Children, 1956, with the Cumulative Totals from
April, 1920, to December 31st, 1956  144
Divorces
Table 46.—Registration of Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity of Marriage and
Judicial Separation Ordered by the Supreme Court of British Columbia, by
Duration of Marriage, 1952-56  145
Table 47.—Registration of Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity of Marriage and
Judicial Separation Ordered by the Supreme Court of British Columbia, by
Number and Sex of Children Affected, 1952-56  145
Table 48.—Registration of Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity of Marriage, and
Judicial Separation Ordered by the Supreme Court of British Columbia, by
Sex of Petitioner, 1952-56  145
Appendix
Causes of Death by Sex and Age according to the Detailed List, British Columbia,
1956  146  Vital Statistics Report, 1956
INTRODUCTION
The Division of Vital Statistics provides a wide range of service to the general
public and to other branches of Government. Its duties fall into two main categories,
one relating to matters of civil registration and the other to statistical service on behalf
of the entire Health Branch. The former duties comprise the administration of the
" Vital Statistics Act," the " Marriage Act," the " Change of Name Act," and certain
sections of the " Wills Act." The statistical services consist of providing detailed analyses
regarding births, deaths, marriages, stillbirths, adoptions, divorces, and of other data
stemming from the registration functions, as well as providing the extensive statistical
service required for the administration of other divisions of the Health Branch.
This Report is divided into three parts. Part I contains a summary of vital statistics
for 1956, and in most cases figures for previous years have also been included for
comparative purposes. Graphs are provided in some instances to demonstrate more
readily the year-to-year changes in the statistics. Many of the rates are given in the
form of five-year averages from 1921 to date in order to present a more comprehensive
picture of the trend of events and to reduce the effect of the chance variations observed
in annual figures. During the year revised estimates of the population in the Province
for the period 1952 to 1955 were provided by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics on the
basis of the 1956 Census count. This necessitated changes in certain of the rates respecting these years, and accordingly the revised rates are presented herein.
The reader is reminded that considerable care should be exercised when studying
mortality tables which include statistics for the years prior to 1950. It was in this year
that a major change in the death classification system took place, with the implementation of the Sixth Revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases,
Injuries, and Causes of Death. As a result, not only were there amendments within the
International Statistical Classification, but also the method of selecting the underlying
cause of death in a joint-cause sequence was changed. Previously, the underlying cause
was determined by the application of arbitrary rules of selection, whereas under the new
procedure the certifying physician's preference is accepted.
Part II presents a descriptive summary of the activities of the Division in performing
the registration and statistical functions.
Part III of the Report contains a series of detailed tables covering the births, deaths,
marriages, adoptions, and divorces which occurred during 1956. A separate set of tables
deals with the Indian population of the Province.
An Appendix to the Report sets forth the causes of death by sex and age according
to the Detailed List of the International Statistical Classification. Mortality tables elsewhere in the Report present data which are generally classified according to the Intermediate List only. In order to make the Appendix more useful, sub-totals have been
added to show certain groups of categories collectively.
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Map Showing Statistical Publication Areas, British Columbia
.._.L^ VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
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PART I.—GENERAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY BY PLACE
OF RESIDENCE
POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PEOPLE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
The census which was held in June of 1956 throughout the Dominion revealed the
marked growth which has taken place in the Province since the previous census in 1951.
The population increased by over 230,000 people during the interval between 1951 and
1956, a 20-per-cent rise. This was the greatest proportionate population increase in the
Dominion. During the ten-year period from 1941 to 1951 about 350,000 people were
added to the Province's population.
Certain regions in the Province showed remarkable growth from 1951 to 1956.
Census Division 9, which covers the north-westerly corner of the Province down to and
including the Queen Charlotte Islands, had a population growth of 78.4 per cent. A good
proportion of this increase was a result of the development in the Kitimat area, but there
were also significant population changes in other sections of this census division.
A population increase of 49.1 per cent occurred in Census Division 8 from 1951 to
1956. This division includes the territory in the central part of the Province from Williams Lake in the south to Hazelton in the north. All sections shared in the population
increase, but growth was particularly marked around Quesnel and Prince George. Census
Division 10, covering the north-eastern corner of the Province, recorded a population
increase of 42.5 per cent, from 14,395 in 1951 to 20,514 in 1956. The population in
Census Division 6, the Kamloops-Chilko Lake area, increased by 29.8 per cent during
the interval from 1951 to 1956.
As might be expected, by far the greatest part of the total population increase from
1951 to 1956 in British Columbia occurred in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island
areas, over two-thirds of the people entering the Province having settled in either one of
these areas. The increase in population for these areas from 1951 to 1956 was almost
20 per cent.
The remaining areas of the Province covering the south-eastern portion and including Census Divisions 1, 2, and 3 showed population increases of about 10 per cent each.
The rural-urban distribution of the people in the Province changed slightly in favour
of the urban areas. In 1951, 29.2 per cent of the population lived in rural areas and 70.8
per cent in urban areas. In 1956, 26.6 per cent resided in rural areas and 73.4 per cent
in urban areas. For the purposes of the 1956 Census, urban areas were considered to be
all cities, towns, and villages of 1,000 population and over, whether incorporated or
unincorporated, as well as all parts of census metropolitan areas and other major urban
areas. The remaining areas were considered to be rural.
Table 1 represents the 1956 Census figures by age and sex for the Province along
with figures for the period 1901 to 1955. The figures for 1952 to 1955 are the revised
estimates provided by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. P 14
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 1.—Population by Sex and Age-group, British Columbia, 1901-56
(In thousands.)
ar
Total
Age-group
Ye
0-4
Years
5-9
Years
10-14
Years
15-19
Years
20-29
Years
30-39
Years
40-49
Years
50-59
Years
60-69
Years
70-79
Years
80 and
Over
1901
 T.
M.
F.
178.7
114.2
64.5
16.2
8.3
7.9
15.7
8.1
7.6
12.6
6.6
6.0
13.2
7.4
5.8
39.6
26.7
12.9
39.0
27.4
11.6
23.2
16.7
6.5
11.2
7.8
3.4
5.7
3.8
1.9
1.9
1.2
0.7
0.4
0.2
0.2
1911
 T.
M.
F.
392.5
251.6
140.9
36.1
18.1
18.0
29.6
15.2
14.4
25.5
13.1
12.4
27.7
15.7
12.0
99.1
70.0
29.1
83.4
58.2
25.2
50.3
34.8
15.5
25.1
16.6
8.5
10.8
7.0
3.8
3.8
2.3
1.5
1.1
0.6
0.5
1921	
  T.
524.6
293.4
231.2
49.8
25.0
24.8
54.3
27.4
26.9
45.3
22.8
22.5
37.7
19.2
18.5
76.6
39.7
36.9
101.1
60.0
41.1
80.4
50.3
30.1
46.3
29.1
17.2
23.5
14.6
8.9
7.8
4.4
3.4
1.8
M.
F.
0.9
0.9
1931.	
 T.
694.3
385.2
309.1
52.0
26.2
25.8
59.2
30.1
29.1
59.9
30.2
29.7
62.4
31.9
30.5
107.5
58.1
49.4
98.8
54.1
44.7
112.5
68.1
44.4
79.2
49.0
30.2
41.8
25.6
16.2
17.2
10.0
7.2
3.8
M.
F.
1.9
1.9
1941-	
 T.
814.8
435.0
382.8
59.5
30.1
29.4
54.8
27.9
26.9
60.7
30.6
30.1
66.6
33.7
32.9
141.3
70.1
71.2
117.8
63.3
54.5
100.6
53.8
46.8
106.0
61.5
44.5
72.0
42.4
29.6
30.7
17.6
13.1
7.8
M.
F.
4.0
3.8
1951 	
 T.
1,165.2
597.0
568.2
125.9
64.2
61.7
99.9
51.0
48.9
78.6
39.8
38.8
70.3
35.8
34.5
171.4
83.1
88.3
182.1
88.1
94.0
143.3
76.3
67.0
112.1
58.5
53.6
108.4
60.1
48.3
58.7
32.5
26.2
14.5
M.
F.
7.6
6.9
1952	
 ,  T.
M.
F.
1,205.0
618.8
586.2
131.8
67.2
64.6
107.2
54.9
52.3
83.5
42.6
40.9
72.4
37.0
35.4
173.3
85.4
87.9
186.9
90.8
96.1
149.9
79.2
, 70.7
114.3
59.9
54.4
107.6
59.1
48.5
62.6
34.7
27.9
15.5
8.0
7.5
1953	
 T.
M.
F.
1,248.0
642.4
605.6
137.8
70.4
67.4
114.9
58.9
56.0
88.8
45.5
43.3
75.0
38.6
36.4
175.5
88.2
87.3
192.2
93.8
98.4
157.1
82.2
74.9
116.8
61.6
55.2
106.8
58.0
48.8
66.5
36.7
29.8
16.6
8.5
8.1
1954	
 T.
1,295.0
668.0
627.0
143.6
73.3
70.3
123.2
63.2
60.0
94.8
48.7
46.1
78.8
40.6
38.2
178.4
91.8
86.6
197.9
97.1
100.8
164.8
85.7
79.1
119.9
63.5
56.4
106.3
56.9
49.4
69.7
38.2
31.5
17.6
M.
F.
9.0
8.6
1955	
  T.
1,342.0
692.8
649.2
149.8
76.6
73.2
131.0
67.1
63.9
101.1
51.9
49.2
82.0
42.0
40.0
182.0
94.7
87.3
203.2
100.0
103.2
172.3
89.4
82.9
122.8
65.4
57.4
106.0
56.1
49.9
72.9
40.0
32.9
18.9
M.
F.
9.6
9.3
1956—	
-  T.
M.
F.
1,398.5
720.5
678.0
156.8
80.0
76.8
140.6
71.5
69.1
108.5
55.4
53.1
86.4
44.1
42.3
186.9
98.3
88.6
209.6
103.0
106.6
181.2
93.6
87.6
125.9
67.4
58.5
105.9
55.3
50.6
76.6
41.7
34.9
20.1
10.2
9.9
Source:   Figures for 1901, 1921, 1931, 1941, 1951
made by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics.
and 1956 are census counts, while the remainder are estimates
SUMMARY OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
As noted in the introduction, changes in the estimates of population in the Province
for the period 1952 to 1955 have made necessary a revision of the rates of births, deaths,
and marriages for these years.   The revised total rates are presented in Table 2.
The birth rate in 1956 was 25.9, the highest on record. However, it was below that
for all other Provinces in the Dominion except Manitoba. The death rate in 1956 was
9.6 per 1,000 population. This was the highest rate of any Province in the Dominion,
the national average being 8.2 per 1,000 population. To a great extent British Columbia's high death rate results from the high number of older-aged people in this Province.
When a comparison is made of the age-specific death rates here and elsewhere in Canada,
in many cases British Columbia shows a rate at or near the Dominion average.
For the first year since 1946, the marriage rate in the Province increased over that
for the previous year, being 8.5 per 1,000 population in 1956. This was the third highest
rate of marriages in the nation.   In 1955 the figure was 8.2. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
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Table 2.—Crude Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates, British Columbia, 1911-56
(Rates per 1,000 population.)
Year
Population
Births
Number
Rate
5,841
14.9
8,008
19.7
9,199
21.7
10,418
23.6
10,516
23.4
9,841
21.6
9,450
20.4
9,445
19.9
9,506
19.5
10,492
20.7
10,653
20.3
10,166
18.8
10,001
18.0
10,119
17.7
10,342
17.6
10,063
16.6
10,084
16.2
10,385
16.2
10,378
15.7
10,867
16.1
10,404
15.0
10,214
14.4
9,583
13.4
9,813
13.5
10,013
13.6
10,571
14.2
11,279
14.9
12,476
16.1
12,373
15.6
13,830
17.2
15,038
18.4
16,808
19.3
18,802
20.9
18,999
20.4
18,877
19.9
22,609
22.5
26,286
25.2
25,984
24.0
27,301
24.5
27,116
23.8
28,077
24.1
29,827
24.8
31,746
25.4
32,946
25.4
34,138
25.4
36,241
25.9
Deaths
Number
Rate
3,660
9.3
4,313
10.6
4,619
11.9
3,974
9.0
3,832
8.5
3,887
8.5
3,896
8.4
5,394
11.4
5,792
11.9
4,739
9.3
4,208
8.0
4,907
9.1
4,997
9.0
5,004
8.8
4,945
8.4
5,474
9.0
5,750
9.2
5,910
9.2
6,397
9.7
6,400
9.5
6,114
8.8
6,150
8.7
6,221
8.7
6,378
8.8
6,857
9.3
7,222
9.7
7,973
10.5
7,460
9.6
7,517
9.5
8,315
10.3
8,505
10.4
8,869
10.2
10,012
11.1
9,697
10.4
9,756
10.3
10,137
10.1
10,613
10.2
11,316
10.5
11,315
10.2
11,581
10.2
11,638
10.0
12,080
10.0
12,218
9.8
12,414
9.6
12,816
9.5
13,415
9.6
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	
1950	
1951	
1952	
1953	
1954	
1955—.
1956	
393,000
407,000
424,000
442,000
450,000
456,000
464,000
474,000
488,000
507,000
525,000
541,000
555,000
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
1,113,000
1,137,000
1,165,210
1,205,000
1,248,000
1,295,000
1,342,000
1,398,464
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
11,110
11,272
11,081
11,298
10,991
11,011
11,950
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
12.0
11.9
12.5
10.4
9.0
9.8
11.7
11.4
10.8
10.2
9.8
9.7
9.2
9.1
8.5
8.2
8.5 P 16 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Graph A.—Crude Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates, 1911-56
BIRTHS AND DEATHS BY SEX
The rate of natural increase for 1956 was 16.3 per 1,000 population. This was
a new high for this Province, although British Columbia's rate was the lowest of all the
Provinces. The national average was 19.8. The rate of natural increase for the Indian
population was considerably higher than that for the white population, being 39.9 per
1,000 population.
Table 3a.—Births and Deaths by Sex (Including Indians),
British Columbia, 1921-56
Rate of
Natural
Year "^        Increase
per 1,000
Population
Average, 1921-25-
1926-30-
1931-35-
1936-40..
1941-45-
1946-50-
1951-
1952-.
1953-.
1954...
1955...
1956_
Births
Deaths
Excess of
Births
over
Male
Female
Sex Ratio1
Male
Female
Deaths
5,310
4,946
1,073.6
2,970
1,842
5,444
5,266
5,090
1,034.6
3,719
2,268
4,369
5,136
4,869
1,054.8
3,887
2,459
3,659
6,214
5,891
1,054.8
4,790
2,907
4,408
9,082
8,623
1,053.2
5,841
3,527
8,337
13,214
12,645
1,045.0
6,846
4,146
14,867
14,418
13,659
1,055.6
7,311
4,327
16,439
15,413
14,414
1,069.3
7,442
4,638
17,747
16,428
15,318
1,072.5
7,678
4,540
19,528
16,919
16,027
1,055.7
7,676
4,738
20,532
17,366
16,772
1,035.4
8,068
4,748
21,322
18,443
17,798
1,036.2
8,260
5,155
22,826
9.8
6.8
5.1
5.7
9.3
13.8
14.1
14.7
15.6
15.9
15.9
16.3
1 Number of male births per 1,000 female births. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1956
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Table 3b.—Births and Deaths by Sex (Excluding Indians),
British Columbia, 1926-56
Year
Births
Deaths
Excess of
Births
Rate of
Natural
Increase
per 1,000
Population
Male
Female
Sex Ratio1
Male
Female
over
Deaths
Average, 1926-30         .        _ 	
5,002
4,841
1,033.3
3,459
2,016
4,368
7.1
1931-35  	
4,786
4,520
1,058.8
3,619
2,185
3,502
5.1
1936-40.   -    :  -	
5,786
5,457
1,060.3
4,458
2,600
4,185
5.6
1941-45... 	
8,518
8,090
1,052.9
5,534
3,231
8,337
9.3
1946-50  	
12,501
11,989
1,042.7
6,510
3,836
14,144
13.5
1951    .. _	
13,647
13,000
1,049.8
7,012
4,062
15,573
13.7
1952 	
14.663
13,637
1,075.2
7,181
4,380
16,739
14.2
1953   -	
15,601
14,509
1,075.3
7,450
4,341
18,319
15.0
1954  _	
16,034
15,193
1,055.3
7,465
4,541
19,221
15.2
1955 _ 	
16,416
15,914
1,031.5
7,801
4,536
19,993
15.3
1956      _	
17,536
16,837
1,041.5
8,006
4,899
21,422
15.7
1 Number of male births per 1,000 female births.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS AMONG THE INDIAN
AND NON-INDIAN POPULATION
The birth rate among the white population increased from 24,7 per 1,000 population
last year to 25.2 in 1956, a record high. The Indian birth rate declined to 54.5. The
non-Indian death rate was up slightly to 9.5 from last year's low of 9.4. Among Indians
the death rate increased to 14.9 per 1,000 population, from last year's rate of 14.5.
Table 4.—Births and Deaths (Excluding Indians and Indians Only),
British Columbia, 1926-56
(Rates per 1,000 population.)
Year
Births
Excluding
Indians
Number      Rate
Indians
Number      Rate
Deaths
Excluding
Indians
Number      Rate
Indians
Number      Rate
1926-30  	
1931-35  	
1936^10 — _	
1941-45- -
1946-50	
1951
1952...    ._ _          -	
1953 _ -    -	
1954	
1955
1956 	
9,843
9,306
11,243
16,608
24,490
26.647
28,300
30,110
31,227
32,330
34,373
15.9
13.4
15.0
19.1
23.4
23.4
24.1
24.7
24.7
24.7
25.2
513
699
862
1,097
369
430
527
,636
719
808
868
22.7
30.5
36.9
44.5
49.3
50.2
51.9
53.6
54.2
54.8
54.5
5,475
5,804
7,058
8,765
10,346
11,074
11,561
11,791
12,006
12,337
12,905
8.9
8.4
9.4
10.1
9.9
9.7
9.8
9.7
9.5
9.4
9.5
512
542
639
603
646
564
519
427
408
479
510
22.7
23.6
27.4
24.5
23.3
19.8
17.6
14.0
12.9
14.5
14.9
LIVE BIRTHS BY ORDER OF BIRTH AND AGE OF MOTHER
In the period from 1946 to 1956 there has been a considerable change in the proportion of births at the various birth orders. In 1946, 38.8 per cent of all infants were
first births, whereas in 1956, 28.8 per cent were first births. Second births represented
30.1 per cent of all births in 1946 and 26.8 per cent in 1956; third births, 15.3 and 19.8
per cent respectively; and fourth births, 6.5 and 11.5 per cent respectively. P 18
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 5.—Live Births by Order of Birth and Age of Mother,
British Columbia, 1956
Order of Birth of Child
Age of Mother
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
to
14th
15th
and
Over
Not
Stated
Total
Under 15 years.
15-19 years	
20-24    „   	
25-29    „    	
17
2,413
4,300
2,319
921
368
81
6
1
720
3,529
3,130
1,582
626
128
2
3
104
1,668
2,536
1,847
835
194
4
10
620
1,309
1,315
734
176
8
1
3
175
623
729
473
125
6
44
290
360
300
105
8
11
144
204
179
60
5
4
43
124
100
54
4
1
25
63
95
27
2
18
101
122
75
6
1
3
9
9
2
2
17
3,250
10,352
10,438
30-34    „   	
7,249
35-39    „
3,841
40-44    „    	
1,034
45 years and over	
53
7
Totals	
10,426
9,720
7,188
4,173
2,134 | 1,107
603
329
213
322
24
2
36,241
Per cent of all
births	
28.8
26.8
19.8
11.5
5.9
3.1
1.7
0.9
0.6
0.8
0.1
O)
100.0
1 Less than 0.1 per cent.
ILLEGITIMATE BIRTHS
The rate of illegitimate births in 1956 was up slightly to 60.9 per 1,000 live births
from the 1955 figure of 60.4. In each age-group except for mothers 20 to 24 and those
40 to 44 there were increases in the number of illegitimate births.
Table 6a.—Illegitimate Births by Age of Mother (Including Indians),
British Columbia, 1921-56
Age-group
Rate
Year
Total
per
1,000
Under
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45 and
Not
Live
15
Years
Years
Years
Years
Years
Years
Over
Stated
Births
Averag
s, 1921-25 	
2.0
57.4
48.2
19.2
11.4
5.8
2.2
5.8
152.0
14.8
1926-30 	
2.0
88.8
85.4
30.0
17.6
11.8
3.2
0.2
1.2
240.2
23.2
1931-35 	
3.6
101.8
122.4
48.8
29.0
17.0
5.8
0.8
1.2
330.4
33.0
1936-40- 	
4.0
133.4
176.6
83.8
42.8
21.8
9.8
1.2
1.4
474.8
39.2
1941-45.	
6.6
225.4
355.6
160.8
77.4
44.8
14.4
2.8
0.8
888.6
50.2
1946-50   	
7.6
7
10
368.4
380
447
545.8
559
623
312.0
363
392
165.8
197
217
84.6
92
122
26.8
28
41
3.2
6
5
2.0
1
1,516.2
1,633
1,857
58.6
1951
58.2
1952 -
62.3
1953
13
11
13
435
486
542
648
649
665
370
432
380
246
275
271
138
141
140
42
44
48
1
4
2
3
1
1,896
2,042
2,062
59.7
1054
62.0
1955—
60.4
1956
16
591
626
441
315
167
47
3
1
2,207
60.9
J VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 19
Table 6b.—Illegitimate Births by Age of Mother (Excluding Indians),
British Columbia, 1931-56
Year
Age-group
Total
Rate
per
Under
15
15-19
Years
20-24
Years
25-29
Years
30-34
Years
35-39
Years
40-44
Years
45 and
Over
Not
Stated
1,000
Live
Births
Average,
1931-35	
1936-40
2.4
2.4
4.6
5.4
5
5
10
6
11
12
87.8
103.2
158.6
273.0
267
342
317
379
425
464
104.4
145.6
288.8
433.2
444
481
485
493
504
453
42.0
70.4
125.6
248.0
292
322
287
331
287
327
22.0
36.0
61.8
127.4
147
167
192
205
204
245
12.6
16.2
31.0
60.6
75
101
106
105
105
132
4.8
7.6
9.2
18.8
22
31
32
34
34
38
0.4
0.4
1.2
1.0
2
2
1
2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.6
1
2
—-
276.8
382.4
681.6
1,169.0
1,255
1,451
1,431
1,554
1,571
1,673
29.4
34.0
1951 "...
1941-45	
1946-50	
41.0
47.7
47.1
1952 _ _	
1953
51.3
47.5
1954 — 	
1955  	
1956 _	
49.8
48.6
48.7
Graph B.—Illegitimate Birth Rates, British Columbia, 1921-56
RATE (Rates per 1,000 live births)
1921
1926
1931
1936
1941
1946
195,1
1956 P 20
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN INSTITUTIONS
Over 98 per cent of the Province's births occurred in a hospital in 1956. The
Canadian average of births occurring in hospital is 88.4 per cent. For deaths in this
Province, 66.5 per cent occurred in hospital.
For statistical purposes a hospital is defined as " an institution operated for the
regular accommodation of in-patients in which medical and (or) surgical care is provided, and which is recognized as a hospital or nursing home by a Dominion agency or
by the Government of the Province in which the hospital is located, or by a municipality
duly authorized under the laws of the Province. The term ' hospital' includes institutions for tuberculosis and mental diseases, but excludes institutions which provide custodial care and (or) domiciliary care only."
Table 7.—Births and Deaths in Institutions, British Columbia, 1926-56
Year
Births
Deaths
Total
In
Institutions
Percentage
of Total in
Institutions
Total
In
Institutions
Percentage
of Total in
Institutions
1926-30      	
10,355
10,005
12,106
17,705
25,859
28,077
29,827
31,746
32,946
34,138
36,241
5,545
6,769
9,688
16,158
24,846
27,310
29,068
30,978
32,243
33,494
35,624
53.5
67.7
80.0
91.3
96.1
97.3
97.5
97.6
97.8
98.1
98.3
5,986
6,290
7,697
9,368
10,992
11,638
12,080
12,218
12,414
12,816
13,415
2,466
3,102
4,053
5,350
6,621
7,315
7,671
7,616
8,290
8,485
8,925
41.2
1931-35	
1936-40       .
1941-45 _	
49.3
52.7
57.1
195l"
1946-50 	
60.2
62.9
1952      	
1953
63.5
62.3
1954
66.8
1955
66.2
1956             _               - -
66.5
AGE AND SEX MORTALITY
Mortality among males was down to its lowest point in many years in 1956, the
rate recorded being 11.5 deaths per 1,000 population. For females the death rate was
7.6, slightly above the figure for 1955. The male death rate in 1956 was 50 per cent
greater than the female rate. In 1955 the excess of the male rate over the female rate
was almost 64 per cent.
It is only infrequently that one of the male age-specific death rates is as low as the
corresponding female rate, but this occurred in 1956. The male rate of deaths in the
1-4 age-group was 0.5 per 1,000 population, the same as the female rate. In 1951 the
male rate was slightly below the female rate in this age-group. For most other age-groups
the male rate is well above that for females. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 21
Table 8.—Age-Sex Specific Death Rates, British Columbia, 1921-56
(Rates per 1,000 population.)
Year
Age-group
Under
1
1-4
5-9
10-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
7.4
13.4
6.2
10.7
7.8
13.5
6.2
10.4
6.4
12.0
4.9
9.4
6.7
12.8
4.8
9.2
6.0
14.0
4.3
9.1
5.9
13.1
4.0
8.1
5.3
12.7
3.3
7.8
5.6
13.5
3.4
7.6
5.1
12.9
3.1
7.4
4.6
12.0
3.3
6.6
4.4
11.9
2.7
5.6
4.7
12.4
3.2
7.2
60-69
70-79
80 and
Over
Total1
Averag
e, 1921-25	
...,.,. ...M.
F.
1926-30 	
  M.
f.
1931-35	
 M.
F.
"
1936-40 	
 M.
F.
1941-45
M.
F.
"
1946-50	
 M.
F.
1951—
  M.
F.
1952
M.
F.
1953
M.
F.
1954—
M.
F.
1955—.
 M.
F.
1956.
 M.
'6.1
5.1
6.4
5.8
4.8
4.4
4.6
4.1
3.5
2.5
2.4
2.0
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.5
1.7
1.4
1.8
1.3
1.5
1.2
1.5
1.5
2.4
1.9
2.7
2.3
2.0
1.8
2.1
1.9
1.6
1.3
1.4
0.9
0.8
0.6
0.9
0.7
0.9
0.4
0.6
0.4
0.8
0.3
0.7
0.5
2.9
2.0
2.8
2.4
2.1
1.9
2.3
1.8
1.9
1.3
1.5
0.9
1.4
0.7
1.3
0.7
1.0
0.4
1.0
0.5
0.9
0.5
1.0
0.5
4.3
3.4
4.5
3.6
3.5
2.9
3.1
2.5
2.9
1.8
2.2
1.5
2.4
1.0
2.3
1.0
2.5
0.9
2.3
0.8
2.2
0.7
2.4
0.8
4.9
4.2
4.8
4.0
4.2
3.5
3.7
3.1
3.2
2.5
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1 Includes deaths for which age was not stated.
PRINCIPAL CAUSATIVE FACTORS OF MORTALITY
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
For the third year in succession there was no change in the order of importance of
the first seven principal causes of death. In fact, there was only one change in the order
of the ten causes shown in Table 9a, suicides having replaced congenital malformations
as eighth leading cause, the latter cause being in ninth position.
The mortality rates from diseases of the heart and from malignant neoplasms were
down to their lowest point in some years. The rate of deaths from heart disease was
344.4 per 100,000 population. This was the lowest rate recorded for this disease group
since the adoption of the Sixth Revision of the International Statistical Classification in
1950. The 1955 rate was 364.8. The cancer mortality rate was down to 149.4 this
year from 156.3 in 1955.
Vascular lesions of the central nervous system, the third leading cause of death,
had a rate of 104.2 deaths per 100,000 population in 1956, compared to 100.5 in 1955.
This was the second highest rate of deaths from this cause yet recorded, being exceeded
only by the 1950 figure of 104.9.
An increase of over 21 per cent occurred in the death rate from accidents in 1956.
The death rate from this cause was 78.3 in 1956, compared to the 1955 figure of 64.2.
This reversed the decline which occurred in 1954 and 1955 in deaths by accident.
Over 70 per cent of the mortality in the Province during 1956 was ascribed to one
or other of the four causes thus far described.
Pneumonia was the fifth leading cause of death in 1956, and as for accidents there
was a considerable increase in the number of deaths. The rate was up from 38.7 in
1955 to 44.9 in 1956.   This was the highest rate since 1948.
Following pneumonia in order of importance as a cause of death, diseases of early
infancy caused 36.5 deaths per 100,000 population.
The rate of deaths from diseases of the arteries was the same in 1956 as it was in
1955, namely, 20.7.   This was the highest rate so far recorded for these diseases. P 22
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Deaths from suicide increased considerably in 1956 over 1955. However, the rate
of 12.4 per 100,000 population was still below the rates for the eight years prior to 1955.
Congenital malformations caused 12.4 deaths per 100,000 population in 1956, and
diabetes 10.0 deaths. These figures were both below those for the corresponding causes
in 1955.
When Indians are excluded, the same order of the ten principal causes of death
prevails. For each of the degenerative diseases and,diabetes the rate among the non-
Indian population is higher than that for the Indian population. For all other causes
except suicide, the rate for the non-Indian group is lower. The suicide rate is the same
for both groups. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
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MORTALITY FROM CARDIOVASCULAR-RENAL DISEASES
P 25
The rate of deaths from the cardiovascular diseases this year was 489.1 per 100,000
total population and 494.4 per 100,000 for the non-Indian population. Increases in the
number of deaths were registered in each category except diseases of the heart.
Table 10.—Mortality from Cardiovascular-Renal Diseases,
British Columbia, 1952-56
Sixth
Revision
Cause of Death
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
Intermediate Int.
List No.
1952
1953
1
1954   1955
1956
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
A70
A79
Vascular lesions affecting the central nervous system    .. 	
1,155
17
4,378
84
228
58
162
1,298
17
4,441
82
218
64
115
1,286
11
1,348
4
1,457
5
4,817
94
289
72
106
1,138
20
4,333
84
226
56
158
1,280
13
4,384
81
216
63
110
1,276
9
4,516
69
255
69
117
1,328
4
4,831
75
275
56
99
1,434
2
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4.559 4.896
4,762
AS4
A85
Hypertension without mention of the heart
70
260
69
117
76
278
58
101
92
287
A86
72
A108, A109
102
Totals 	
Per cent of all deaths  _	
6,082 |6,235 |6,372 |6,761 |6,840
6,015 [6,147 [6,311 [6,668 |6,751
50.3 | 51.0 | 51.3 | 52.8 | 51.0
52.0 | 52.1 [ 52.6 | 54.0 j 52.3
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499.4
509.1
494.4
MORTALITY FROM DISEASES OF THE HEART
Male mortality from each type of heart disease except hypertensive exceeds that
for females. The total excess is over 80 per cent. For the leading cause of death from
heart disease, arteriosclerotic, the excess is almost 100 per cent. In 1956, for both males
and females under 60, deaths from heart conditions exceeded the 1955 figures, while
the reverse was the case for those 60 and over.
Table 11.—Mortality from Diseases of the Heart by Sex and Age-group,
British Columbia, 1956
Interme
Type of Heart Disease
Age-group
diate Int.
List No.
0-19
Years
20-39
Years
40-49
Years
50-59
Years
60-69
Years
70-79
Years
80 and
Over
Total1
A80
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2
1
3
3
1
7
7
8
3
6
3
1
1
12
13
112
16
3
1
9
4
19
14
302
60
5
6
12
7
12
19
643
245
18
14
36
30
23
16
1,069
561
41
29
64
59
9
5
609
501
32
20
47
71
84
A81
A82
A83
Arteriosclerotic and degenerative
Other diseases of the heart	
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
75
2,746
1,386
105
76
169
Totals	
F.
—M.
173
5
5
22
14
136
34
338
87
709
308
1,197
665
697
597
3,104
1,710
F.
1 Excludes 3 cases for which age was not stated (2 males, 1 female).
Mortality from Other Major Cardiovascular-Renal Diseases
There was an 8-per-cent increase in the deaths from vascular lesions of the central
nervous system in 1956 compared to 1955, the increase being more marked for females
than for males. The increase was not limited to any one age-group. While a slight
increase occurred in male deaths from diseases of the arteries, there were fewer female
deaths from these diseases in 1956 than in 1955.   The reverse was the case for nephritis P 26
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and nephrosis, male mortality being lower and female mortality higher in 1956 than in
1955.
Table 12.—Mortality from Vascular Lesions Affecting the Central Nervous
System, Diseases of the Arteries, and Nephritis by Sex and Age-group,
British Columbia, 1956.
Interme
Type of Disease
Age-group
diate Int.
List No.
0-19
Years
20-39
Years
40-49
Years
50-59
Years
60-69
Years
70-79
Years
80 and
Over
Total
A70
A85
A108,
Vascular lesions affecting the central
vous system 	
Diseases of the arteries	
Nephritis and nephrosis _	
ner-
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F.
M.
F.
M
2
2
6
	
11
10
1
2
10
8
15
19
5
2
5
7
43
43
11
1
8
13
125
117
25
7
15
3
338
247
69
25
13
4
218
267
70
71
9
5
752
705
181
108
66
A109
Totals „_	
F.
M.
F.
40
8
2
22
20
25
28
62
57
165
127
420
276
297
343
999
853
MORTALITY FROM CANCER
For two years in succession the death rate from cancer has declined. Among the
more important sites, cancer of the stomach, intestine, and prostate caused somewhat
fewer deaths in 1956 than in 1955, while there were more deaths from cancer of the
breast and of the rectum. Over 40 per cent of all cancer deaths result from cancer in one
of the following sites: Trachea, including unspecified carcinoma of the lung and bronchus,
stomach, intestine, or breast.
Table 13.—Mortality from Cancer, British Columbia, 1952-56
Intermediate
Int. List No.
Malignant Neoplasms of—
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
A44
35
34
278
226
90
13
233
155
58
24
91
24
18
473
65
78
41
39
264
209
106
14
200
179
51
34
116
17
21
448
84
92
39
39
272
222
108
9
257
183
55
44
116
27
20
534
91
87
42
40
280
237
103
13
264
164
54
33
123
22
22
510
101
90
35
A45
36
A46
262
A47
209
A48
110
A49
11
A50
Trachea, and of bronchus and lung not specified as
264
A51
184
A52
52
A53
32
A54
120
A55
Skin   -              _	
27
A56
19
A57
549
A58
79
A59
Lymphosarcoma and other neoplasms of lymphatic
101
Totals- _ _	
1,895
1,915
2,103
2,098
2,090
15.7
15.7
16.9
16.4
15.6
157.3
153.4
162.4
156.3
149.4
MORTALITY FROM ACCIDENTS AND VIOLENCE
In order to obtain as much information as possible regarding mortality from accidents and violence, a dual coding is used. These deaths are first classified according to
the external cause and then they are again classified according to the nature of the injury. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 27
Statistics showing both types of classification are presented in the detailed tables of
Part III of this Report. However, it is also informative to cross-classify deaths from
accidents and violence by the nature of the injury and the external cause of the injury.
Such a cross-classification is presented in Table 14, which follows.
Fracture of the skull was the most important injury causing death by accident and
violence for the male group in 1955, almost 25 per cent of these deaths being so caused.
By far the greatest proportion of the skull fractures among males were sustained in motor-
vehicle accidents, although falls also caused a considerable number.
Internal injury of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis among males caused 19 per cent
of the deaths being considered, and thus was the next most important injury causing death
from accidents and violence after skull fracture. Again, motor-vehicle accidents were
involved far more often than any other external cause.
Effects of poisoning followed the previous cause in importance as a fatal injury
among males, 12 per cent of the deaths by accidents and violence in 1956 being caused
this way.   Most of the poisonings involved were suicidal.
For females, effects of poison led to the greatest proportion of deaths by accident
and violence and, as for males, most of the deaths involved were suicidal.
Fracture of limbs followed, most of the deaths involved being the result of falls.
Fracture of the skull and internal injury of chest, abdomen, and pelvis caused the same
number of female deaths, and thus followed fracture of limbs in importance as fatal injuries.   In both cases, motor-vehicle accidents caused the greatest number of the injuries.
Table 14.-
-Mortality from Accidents and Violence by Nature of Injury,
British Columbia, 1956
Int. List
No.
Cause of Death
Total
Male
Female
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274
14
120
5
4
1
1
53
51
2
14
9
59
3
33
14
7
1
1
105
9
1
90
2
3
94
1
16
23
18
2
31
3
235
13
97
4
4
1
1
45
51
1
13
5
44
2
23
10
7
1
1
38
8
29
1
73
1
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10
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2
31
2
39
E80O-E8O2
1
E810 E825
23
E830-E835
1
E840-E845
E850-E858
E860-E866
E900-E904
8
E910-E936
E960-E965
1
E970-E979
1
E980-E985
Homicide and injury purposely inflicted by other persons (not
4
Fracture of spine and trunk (N805-N809) 	
15
1
E810-E825
10
E900-E904
4
E910-E936
E960-E965
E980-E985
Homicide and injury purposely inflicted by other persons (not
Fracture of limbs (N810 N829)                   —                 	
67
E810 E825
1
E840-E845
1
E900-E904
61
E910-E936
1
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3
21
E800-E8O2
E810 E825
6
E900-E904
13
E910-E936
1
E960-E965
E970-E979
E980-E985
Homicide and injury purposely inflicted by other persons (not
1 P 28
Table 14.-
DEPARTMENT of health and welfare
-Mortality from Accidents and Violence by Nature of Injury,
British Columbia, 1956—Continued
Int. List
No.
Cause of Death
Total
Male
Female
E800-E802
Internal injury of chest, abdomen, and pelvis (N860-N869)	
217
9
96
2
17
7
66
1
13
6
18
3
2
3
8
2
3
1
1
1
18
18
61
1
4
55
1
190
1
2
47
43
33
63
1
253
18
44
1
2
143
2
43
178
8
65
1
15
4
66
1
12
6
15
3
2
2
8
1
1
9
9
37
4
32
1
114
1
2
27
28
19
36
1
209
12
43
2
118
1
33
39
1
E810-E825
31
E830-E835
1
E860-E866
2
E900-E904
3
E910-E936
E960-E965
E970-E979
1
E980-E985
Homicide and injury purposely inflicted by other persons (not
3
E800-E802
E810-E825
E910-E936
1
E970-E979
E980-E985
Homicide and injury purposely inflicted by other persons (not
2
Superficial injury, contusion, and crushing with intact skin surface
(N910-N999)
2
E840-E845
E900-E904
1
E910-E936
1
Fffsrt^ nf foffvign ho-ty pntpring through nrifirj. (N930-N936 .
9
E910-E936
9
Burns .N94fl N949)
24
E830-E835
1
E860-E866
E910-E936
23
E970-E979
Effects of poisons (N960-N979)
76
E810-E825
E870-E888
E890-E895
E910-E936
20
15
14
E970-E979
E980-E985
Suicide and self-inflicted injury                          —
Homicide and injury purposely inflicted by other persons (not
27
All  other  and  unspecified  effects  of  external  causes   (N950-N959,
NO80-N9OQ)
44
E810-E825
6
1
1
E900-E904
E910-E936
25
1
E970-E979
10
1,292
953
339
Mortality from Accidents and Violence by Age and Sex
There was a marked increase in accident mortality this year. For males the increase
amounted to 19 per cent, while for females it was 41 per cent. Among the former group,
only for those under 10 and over 80 did the number of accident fatalities decline, while
for females all but the 10-19 and 30-39 age-groups showed increases in mortality.
For certain of the categories the mortality in 1956 was markedly higher than in
1955. Motor-vehicle accidents killed 27 per cent more males and 60 per cent more
females this year than last, and male deaths from other transport accidents were also
significantly higher. For males, falls were responsible for 23 per cent more deaths in
1956 than in 1955, and for over 65 per cent more deaths among females. Burns caused
considerably more deaths in both sexes in 1956, and mortality from drowning and poisoning was slightly higher. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 29
Table 15.—Mortality from Accidents and Violence by External Cause,
Sex, and Age-group, British Columbia, 1956
Intermediate Int.
List No.
Cause of Death
Age-group
0>
2.2
Tt?*
£.1
AE138
AE139
AE140
AE141
AE142
AE143
AE144
AE145
AE146
AE147
AE148
AE149
AE150
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 M.
F.
 M.
F.
— M.
F.
 M.
F.
 M.
F.
Accident caused by fire and explosion of combustible material  M.
F.
Accident caused by hot substance, corrosive
liquid, steam, radiation  M.
F.
Accident caused by firearm M.
F.
Other transport accidents	
Accidental poisoning  	
Accidental falls 	
Accident caused by machinery.
Accidental drowning and submersion .
All other accidental causes	
Suicide and self-inflicted injury	
 M.
F.
 M.
F.
 M.
F.
Homicide  and  injury  purposely  inflicted  by
other persons (not in war)  M.
F.
Injury resulting from operations of war —M.
F.
M.
F.
Totals.
16
11
10
51
9
27
2
4
3
10
15
1
31
20
4
31
9
12
13
9
11
2
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1
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13
17
7
13
1
4
1
	
17
13
12
1
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3
11
5
3
3
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1
2
~~ 9
22
4
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176
20
141
21
128
38
124
42
21
15
9
13
4
10
8
1
1
8
1
28
4
3
1
1
101
34
108
42
2
23
50
2
38
59
223
80
971
8
55
35
100
90
29
46
36
5
1
17
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16
140
27
134
39
15
7
1
9522
339
1 Includes 1 case where age was not stated.
2 Includes 2 cases where age was not stated.
Place of Occurrence of Injury for Non-transport Accidental Deaths
in British Columbia
While 30 per cent of male non-transport accidental deaths in British Columbia in
1956 occurred in the home, among females more than double this proportion resulted
from home accidents. In total, about an equal number of home accident deaths occurred
from falls, burns, and poisonings. Industrial accidents caused over a quarter of male
accidental deaths, most of these being a result of blows by falling objects, falls, and injury
by machinery. No industrial accident deaths among females were recorded in the Province in 1956. Home and industrial accidents accounted for almost 60 per cent of non-
transport accident deaths this year, somewhat above the figure of 55 per cent for 1955. P 30
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MORTALITY FROM PNEUMONIA
P 31
There was a sharp increase of over 20 per cent in the number of pneumonia deaths
this year as compared to the figure for the previous year. For lobar pneumonia the
increase was over 70 per cent, while for bronchopneumonia it was somewhat more than
10 per cent.
Table 17.—Mortality from Pneumonia by Type, British Columbia, 195
2-56
Sixth
Type of Pneumonia
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
Intermediate
Int. List No.
1952
1
1953 1954
1955
1956
195211953
1
1954 1955
1956
A89
76
267
93
79
286
71
84
350
85
73
314
132
126
354
148
62     73
2321  256
69     58
3211 287
107
A90
379
A91
64|    51|    67|    89
11?
Totals           „       _                           _	
436] 436| 519| 519| 628
358] 380| 457| 434
548
3.6|   3.6|   4.2|   4.0|   4.7
3.1|   3.2|   3.8|   3.5
4?
.6.21 34.9
40.1
38.7
44.9
30.5131.2
36.2
33.1
40.1
MORTALITY FROM DISEASES OF THE ARTERIES
Among males, mortality from diseases of the arteries increased this year, the rate
being up from 24.2 per 100,000 population to 25.1. The reverse was the case for females,
the rate having declined from 18.5 to 15.9.
Table 18.—Mortality from Diseases of the Arteries, 1952-56
Age-group
Rate per
Year
0-19
Years
20-39
Years
40-59
Years
60-79
Years
80 and
Over
Total
100,000
Population
M.         F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.          F.
1
1952 	
_
3
1
8
5
74
35
54
48
139
89
22.5
15.2
1953 ■	
—    1      1
1
10
2
73
43
41
47
124
94
19.3
15.5
1954 	
1
13
3
88
38
54
63
155
105
23.2
16.7
1955  —
....    |    -
2
2
8
6
82
32
76
70
168'
120
24.2
18.5
1956	
- ! -'
1
2
16
3
94
32
70
71
181
108
25.1
15.9 P 32
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
MORTALITY FROM TUBERCULOSIS
A drop of almost 25 per cent occurred in tuberculosis deaths this year.   The rate
was down to a record low of 7.9 per 100,000 population.
Table 19.—Mortality from Tuberculosis by Site, British Columbia, 1952-56
Sixth
Revision
Intermediate
Int. List No.
Organ or Site Affected
Including Indians
I
1952 1953 1954
1955 1956
Excluding Indians
1952 1953 1954 1955 1956
Al
A2
A3
A4
A5
Respiratory system...
Meninges and central nervous system-
Intestines, peritoneum, and mesenteric glands..
Bones and joints	
All other forms    	
Totals-
Per cent of all deaths	
Rate per 100,000 population..
192
14
1
1
 6
214
1.8
17.8
121
10
3
114
3
133
3
2
12
146   1231  143
100
2
2
110
1.2|   1.0]   1.1]   0.8
11.7
9.5 10.7
7.9
164
7
1
1
6
106
5
3
113
2
1
83
1
1
1791 122
100| 120|    90
1.5|   1.0
0.81   1.0|   0.8
15.21 10.0
7.91   9.2
6.6
INFANT MORTALITY
The rate of infant deaths in the Province this year was 26.0 per 1,000 live births.
This was somewhat above the record low rates of 1954 and 1955, but below the 1953
figure. In Canada as a whole, only two other Provinces, Alberta and Ontario, had
lower rates—24.6 and 25.2 respectively. The rate of neonatal deaths was 16.7 per 1,000
births, also one of the lowest rates in the Dominion.
Two-thirds of the infant deaths in the Province during 1956 were due to one of the
four following causes: Immaturity, pneumonia, congenital malformations, and postnatal
asphyxia and atelectasis. The number of deaths from each of these causes except congenital malformations showed an increase over the figure for 1955.
From Table 22 it may be seen that while there was an increase in the rate of mortality for male infants under 1 day old, all other increases in infant mortality related to
female infants. The major part of the rise in infant mortality was the result of increases
in deaths among female infants under 1 week old. Although male infant mortality
decreased from 1955 to 1956, and female infant mortality increased, infant mortality
among males continued to exceed that among females.
Table 20.—Neo-natal, Infant, and Maternal Mortality Rates,
British Columbia, 1947-56
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
Neo-natal mortality rates per
births—
Including Indians
1,000 live
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
39.7
31.4
25.8
134.7
1.0
1.0
2.1
17.8
17.1
31.4
29.6
24.1
131.4
1.0
0.9
2.1
18.3
17.4
34.3
29.9
24.6
128.0
0.7
0.7
1.1
18.3
17.4
35.4
29.2
24.2
121.8
0.6
0.6
1.3
16.8
16.3
26.3
27.1
23.6
89.9
0.6
0.5
1.2
16.4
15.7
30.6
25.8
22.4
105.2
0.4
0.3
2.8
16.0
15.1
32.1
25.3
21.6
90.2
0.5
0.4
1.1
16.7
15.2
43.4
Infant   mortality   rates   per
births—
1,000   live
26.0
22.8
86.2
Maternal mortality rates per
births—
1,000 live
0.4
0.3
0.5 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956 P 33
Table 21.—Infant Mortality by Cause, British Columbia, 1952-56
Sixth
Revision
Cause of Death
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
Intermediate
Int. List No.
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
001-019
Tuberculosis 	
Whooping-cough  	
3
3
1
5
5
15
101
10
32
137
90
102
183
42
141
3
5
3
9
5
15
119
10
15
148
85
99
171
31
144
2
4
3
4
8
134
11
27
135
69
124
167
28
134
1
2
3
	
6
7
152
15
15
141
80
115
156
35
134
	
4
4
1
168
16
27
133
85
140
181
33
146
2
2
1
2
5
4
48
9
10
128
83
91
169
32
98
3
3
1
5
4
79
8
5
140
81
91
161
23
108
1
1
2
056
057
	
_.„.-
	
3
1
83
8
10
130
66
114
154
21
109
4
085
Measles 	
Diseases of the thymus gland	
Influenza _	
Pneumonia     _	
Bronchitis  	
1
273
480-483
490-493, 763
500-502
571.0,572,764
4
3
88
13
10
133
73
103
138
29
101
3
115
14
14
750-759
124
760-761
78
762
774-776
Postnatal asphyxia and atelectasis	
123
148
800-962
28
118
Totals	
870
859
850
862
944
684
712
702
699
32,330
770
29,827|31,746|32,946|34,138
36,241
28,300]30,110|31,227
34,373
Rate per 1,000 live births
29.2
27.1
25.8
25.3
26.0
24.2
23.6
22.4
21.6
22.8
Table 22.-
-Rates of Infant Mortality by Age at Death, British
Columbia, 1921-56
Age at Death
Tc
Under
IDay
1 Day
1 Week
28 Days
2 Months
4 Months
6 Months
tal
Year
and under
and under
and under
and under
and under
and under
1 Week
28 Days
2 Months
4 Months
6 Months
12 Months
M.
F.
1
M.       F.
1
M.   1    F.
1
I
M.   I    F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
1921-25	
O)
C1)
27.12
22.42
9.8
8.1
5.5
3.4
7.7
5.7
5.3
4.3
11.5
9.7
66.9
53.6
1926-30
12.0
10.8
12.9
10.2
8.4
5.5
4.7
3.7
7.8
5.7
4.9
3.7
10.1
9.1
60.8
48.7
1931-35
12.1
9.3
11.7
8.6
5.3
3.9
2.9
3.1
6.0
4.3
4.5
3.3
9.0
8.4
51.5
40.9
1936-40 _
10.5
7.1
10.9
7.8
4.7
3.7
3.7
3.2
6.6
4.8
4.0
3.6
9.3
7.6
49.7
37.8
1941-45—.
12.2
8.8
9.0
6.8
4.6
3.5
3.2
2.4
4.9
4.8
3.7
2.9
5.4
4.8
43.0
34.0
1946-50 ....
10.7
7.7
9.0
6.8
3.9
2.8
2.8
2.0
4.5  I    2.9
3.0
2.8
4.5
3.5
38.4
28.5
1951-	
8.9
7.6
8.7
5.7
3.2
2.3
2.6
1.7
3.9
3.3
2.3
2.3
4.2
2.8
33.8
25.8
1952
8.8
7.2
8 8
6.7
2.8
2 2
2.0
2 0
3 5
2.9
2 0
2.6
3.2
3 5
31.1
27 1
1953	
9.3
6.7
7.5
4.9
2.8
2.1
1.9
1.7
3.9
2.6'
2.4
1.8
3.1
3.1
30.9
22.9
1954	
8.1
6.5
8.5
5.4
2.2
1.7
2.6
1.8
3.1  |    2.1
2.1
2.4
2.1
2.9
28.7
22.8
1955	
8.5
6.4
7.2
4.1
2.8
2.9
2.9
1.7
3.3 J    2.3
1.7 |    1.4
2.9
2.2
29.3
21.0
1956     •	
8.S
7.9
6.8
5.3
2.2
2.7
2.6
2.1
3.3  [    1.9
I
1.5 |    1.6
1
2.6       3.1
1
27.7
24.6
1 Figures not available.
2 Figure represents period under 1 week. P 34
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
RATE
70
Graph C—Infant Mortality Rates, British Columbia, 1921 -1956
(Rates per 1,000 live births)
MATERNAL MORTALITY
There were 13 maternal deaths in 1956, the same number as in 1954 and below the
1955 figure. The rate of deaths per 1,000 live births was 0.4, this being one of the
lowest in Canada.
Table 23.—Maternal Mortality, British Columbia, 1952-56
Sixth
Revision
Cause of Death
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
Intermediate Int.
List No.
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
A115
Sepsis of pregnancy, childbirth, and the puer-
3
4
1
1
5
4
2
4
5
1
2
4
2
3
1
2
1
4
4
4
4
4
1
2
5
1
2
2
\
1
1
4
4
2
4
4
1
1
4
2
2
1
4
4
4
2
4
1
A116
A117
Toxsemias of pregnancy and the puerperium—.
2
4
A118
A119
Abortion without mention of sepsis or toxaemia
1
2
A120
Other complications of pregnancy, childbirth,
2
Totals	
18
18
13
16
13
16
16
9   |   14
12
0.6
0.6
0.4
0.5
0.4
0.6
0.5
0.3   1 0.4
0.3 RATE
7
VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956 P 35
Graph D.—Maternal Mortality Rates, British Columbia, 1921-56
7
(Rates per 1,000 population)
exclu
DING INDIA
vIS     V^   INCLUDING INDIANS
^^^
V
1   1   1   1
1   1   1   1
1    1    1    1
1    1    1    1
1     1     1     1
I     1     I     1
i     i     I    I
1921 1926 1931 1936 1941 1946
MORTALITY FROM NOTIFIABLE DISEASES
1951
1956
A slight increase occurred this year in the total mortality from notifiable diseases.
This was contributed to mainly by the substantial rise in the number of pneumonia deaths.
Offsetting this was a sharp drop of almost a half in the number of influenza deaths and
a reduction in tuberculosis deaths.
Table 24.—Mortality from Notifiable Diseases, British Columbia, 1952-56
Sixth
Revision
Cause of Death
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
Intermediate
Int. List No.
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
A1-A5
214
33
3
2
4
4
1
5
7
1
40
2
12
9
1,895
46
76
267
146
26
1
1
1
1
2
7
8
1
30
1
2
17
12
1
1,915
34
79
286
123
16
1
1
1
2
1
2
8
7
2
6
1
2
10
14
2,103
22
84
350
143
15
~~1
4
1
1
12
3
6
5
1
2
5
9
1
2,098
63
73
314
110
14
3
7
1
18
1
12
1
2
4
4
11
7
2,090
32
126
354
179
30
1
4
4
1
3
7
40
2
5
6
1,873
30
62
232
122
26
1
1
1
2
5
8
1
30
1
2
5
12
1
1,900
21
73
256
100
16
1
1
1
2
1
2
7
—.„
2
6
1
2
4
12
2,080
14
69
321
120
13
2
11
2
5
5
3
2,083
50
58
287
90
A6-A10
All
Venereal disease—
Syphilis... __	
14
A12
A13
3
A15
A16
4
A17
A18
1
A19
A20
A21
Erysipelas..  	
Septicaemia and pyaemia	
18
A22
1
A23
A25
Meningococcal infections-	
10
1
A26
2
A28
4
A29
3
A30
Late effects of poliomyelitis and en-
A32
3
A34
3
A36
A44-A59
Typhus fever.—	
2,064
A88
26
A89
Pneumonia—
107
A90
329
Totals	
2,621
2.571   12.756
2,757
2,797
2,479
2.468   12.648
2,639
2,683 P 36 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
THE FOUR CHIEF CAUSES OF DEATH IN THE
DIFFERENT AGE-GROUPS
Two-thirds of the deaths among infants resulted from immaturity, pneumonia,
postnatal asphyxia and atelectasis, or congenital malformations in 1956. The combined
death rate for these four causes was higher than that for any other four leading causes
in the age-groups up to 70 years.
Among those 1 to 4 years old, the leading cause of death was accidents, accounting
for almost one-third of all deaths at these ages. An equal proportion was caused by the
other three leading causes—pneumonia, malignancies, and congenital malformations—
the actual proportions involved being 17 per cent, 8 per cent, and 7 per cent.
For the group aged 5 to 9 years, accidents, malignancies, congenital malformations,
and pneumonia were the four leading causes of death. Together these conditions
accounted for two-thirds of the deaths in the age-group. The death rate from accidents,
the leading cause, was more than twice as high as that from the other three causes
combined.
The same three causes of death led in the 10-19 age-group as in the 5-9 group—
namely, accidents, malignancies, and congenital malformations. Heart disease was in
fourth place. Accidents caused 83 deaths at these ages, well over half the total deaths.
Only 22 were caused by the remaining three causes.
For the 20-29 and 30-39 age-groups the same four conditions are the principal
causes of death, the order of the third and fourth causes being reversed. However,
accidents, malignancies, suicide, and heart disease, in that order, caused 75 per cent of
the deaths in the first group, while, in order, accidents, malignancies, heart disease, and
suicide caused 66 per cent of the mortality in the second group. While accidents caused
over 50 per cent of deaths among those aged 20 to 29 years, they caused less than
40 per cent among the group from 30 to 39 years.
Accidents as a cause of death were in third place in the 40-49-year age-group, being
preceded by heart diseases and malignancies. In fourth place was vascular lesions of the
central nervous system. Almost 70 per cent of the deaths in this age-group were caused
by these four causes.
The same four causes, in the same order, caused an even greater part of the
mortality among those aged 50 to 59 years, being responsible for 75 per cent of the
deaths. The mortality rate from heart disease and malignancies was around three times
as high in the 50-59 group as in the 40-49 group, while that for accidents was somewhat
less.
As for the preceding two age-groups, heart disease, malignancies, vascular lesions
of the central nervous system, and accidents were the four leading causes of death among
those 60 to 69 and 70 to 79, the order of the last two causes being reversed. Almost
80 per cent of the deaths in each of these groups are attributed to one or other of these
causes, and the mortality rates increase considerably with the increase in age.
For the group 80 and over, heart disease, vascular lesions of the central nervous
system, malignancies, and diseases of the arteries together cause 75 per cent of the
deaths. The death rate for the first three causes again considerably exceed those for the
previous groups. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 37
Table 25a.—Four Chief Causes of Death in the Different Age-groups
(Including Indians), British Columbia, 1956
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
per 100,000
Population
Deaths
from
Specified
Causes at
All Ages
774, 776
490-493, 763
762
750-759
800-962
490-493, 763
140-205
750-759
800-962
140-205
750-759
490-493, 763
800-962
140-205
750-759
410-443
800-962
140-205
970-979
410-443
800-962
140-205
410-443
970-979
410-443
140-205
800-962
330-334
410-443
140-205
800-962
330-334
410-443
140-205
330-334
800-962
410-443
140-205
330-334
800-962
Under 1 Year—Deaths, 944
Immaturity	
Pneumonia   	
Postnatal asphyxia and atelectasis—	
Congenital malformations	
1-4 Years—Deaths, 182
1. Accidents _   — 	
2. Pneumonia	
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues  	
4. Congenital malformations.— 	
5-9 Years—Deaths, 85
1. Accidents	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues	
3. Congenital malformations	
4. Pneumonia  — 	
10-19 Years—Deaths, 146
Accidents  — —   —
Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues  - 	
Congenital malformations  	
Heart disease	
20-29 Years—Deaths, 308
1. Accidents    — 	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues   	
3. Suicide  	
4. Diseases of heart..
30-39 Years—Deaths, 364
1. Accidents  —   	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues	
3. Diseases of heart	
4. Suicide    	
40-49 Years—Deaths, 716
1. Diseases of heart-
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues	
3. Accidents  	
4. Vascular lesions of the central nervous system	
50-59 Years-
1. Diseases of heart..
-Deaths, 1,260
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues 	
3. Accidents  	
4. Vascular lesions of the central nervous system	
60-69 Years—Deaths, 2,417
1. Diseases of heart	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues  	
3. Vascular lesions of the central nervous system	
4. Accidents  	
70-79 Years—Deaths, 4,050
1. Diseases of heart — 	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues..
3. Vascular lesions of the central nervous system..
4. Accidents	
181
168
140
133
58
31
14
12
38
10
7
5
166
31
24
11
140
55
25
20
161
132
34
425
312
121
86
1,017
543
242
98
1,862
657
585
129
82
19.2
17.8
14.8
14.1
31.9
17.0
7.7
6.6
44.7
9.4
7.1
4.7
56.8
6.8
4.8
3.4
53.9
10.1
7.8
3.6
38.5
15.1
6.9
5.5
23.7
22.5
18.4
4.7
33.7
24.8
9.6
6.8
42.1
22.5
10.0
4.1
46.0
16.2
14.4
3.2
541.8
502.9
419.1
398.1
47.2
25.1
11.3
9.7
27.0
5.7
4.3
2.8
42.6
5.1
3.6
2.6
16.6
12.8
5.9
66.8
26.2
11.9
9.5
93.7
88.9
72.8
18.8
337.6
247.8
96.1
68.3
960.3
512.7
228.5
92.5
2,430.8
857.7
763.7
168.4
181
668
140
171
1,095
668
2,090
171
1,095
2,090
171
668
1,095
2,090
171
4,817
1,095
2,090
173
4,817
1,095
2,090
4,817
173
4,817
2,090
1,095
1,457
4,817
2,090
1,095
1,457
4,817
2,090
1,457
1,095
4,817
2,090
1,457
1,095 P 38
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 25a.—Four Chief Causes of Death in the Different Age-groups
(Including Indians), British Columbia, 1956—Continued
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
per 100,000
Population
Deaths
from
Specified
Causes at
All Ages
410-443
80 Years and Over—Deaths, 2,937
1,294
485
295
141
44.1
16.5
10.0
4.8
6,437.8
2,412.9
1,467.7
701.5
4,817
1,457
2,090
330-334
140-205
2. Vascular lesions of the central nervous system	
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lym-
450-456
289
Table 25b.—Four Chief Causes of Death in the Different Age-groups
(Excluding Indians) British Columbia, 1956
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
per 100,000
Population
Deaths
from
Specified
Causes at
All Ages
774-776
750-759
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3
4
Under 1 Year—Deaths, 770
Immaturity.—   —  	
148
124
123
115
47
17
14
11
30
6
5
3
72
10
7
3
3
153
31
21
8
133
54
24
20
167
159
123
31
19.2
16.1
16.0
14.9
33.8
12.2
10.1
7.9
46.2
9.2
7.7
4.6
56.7
7.9
5.5
2.4
2.4
54.8
11.1
7.5
2.8
39.0
15.8
7.0
5.9
24.4
23.2
18.0
4.5
466.3
390.7
387.5
362.3
39.5
14.3
11.8
9.3
22.1
4.4
3.7
2.2
38.4
5.3
3.7
1.6
1.6
84.0
17.0
11.5
4.4
64.4
26.2
11.6
9.7
93.3
88.9
68.7
17.3
148
159
762
123
490-493, 763
800-962
490-493, 763
Pneumonia   	
1-4 Years—Deaths, 139
Accidents 	
581
1,016
2,581
140-205
Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lym-
2,064
750-759
159
800-962
5-9 Years—Deaths, 65
1,016
140-205
Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lym-
2,064
750-759
159
590-593
581
800-962
10-19 Years—Deaths, 127
1,016
140-205
Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lym-
2,064
750-759
159
41CM43
4,762
970-979
169
800-962
20-29 Years—Deaths, 279
1,016
140-205
Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of Iym-
2,064
970-979
410-443
Suicide  —    -
169
4,762
800-962
140-205
30-39 Years—Deaths, 341
Accidents— —— _ - -	
Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lym-
1,016
2,064
410-443
4,762
970-979
169
410-443
40-49 Years—Deaths, 684
4,762
140-205
800-962
330-334
Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues	
2,064
1,016
1,434 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 39
Table 25b.—Four Chief Causes of Death in the Different Age-groups
(Excluding Indians) British Columbia, 1956—Continued
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
per 100,000
Population
Deaths
from
Specified
Causes at
All Ages
410-443
140-205
800-962
330-334
410-443
140-205
330-334
800-962
410-443
140-205
330-334
800-962
410-443
330-334
140-205
450-456
50-59 Years-
1. Diseases of heart	
-Deaths, 1,228
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues 	
3. Accidents  __ 	
4. Vascular lesions of the central nervous system —
60-69 Years-
1. Diseases of heart	
-Deaths, 2,384
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues _. 	
3. Vascular lesions of the central nervous system	
4. Accidents	
70-79 Years—Deaths, 4,003
Diseases of heart	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues	
3. Vascular lesions of the central nervous system	
4. Accidents    	
80 Years and Over—Deaths, 2,879
1. Diseases of heart   	
2. Vascular lesions of the central nervous system-
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues  _ 	
4. Diseases of arteries    - 	
I
420
306
113
86
1,007
537
239
95
650
574
126
1,278
480
293
139
34.2
24.9
9.2
7.0
42.2
22.5
10.0
4.0
46.2
16.2
14.3
3.1
44.4
16.7
10.2
4.8
338.5
246.6
91.1
69.3
963.0
513.6
228.6
90.9
2,438.3
857.6
757.3
166.2
6,442.5
2,419.7
1,477.0
700.7
4,762
2,064
1,015
1,434
4,762
2,064
1,434
1,015
4,762
2,064
1,434
1,016
4,762
1,434
2,064
287
STILLBIRTHS
The rate of stillbirths per 1,000 live births this year was 11.4. This marked the
first increase in the stillbirth rate for some years, but, despite the increase, British
Columbia had the lowest stillbirth rate in the Dominion, the average being 15.5.
Table 26.—Stillbirths, British Columbia, 1921-56
Including Indians
Excluding Indians
Year
Number
of
Stillbirths
Number of
Live
Births
Rate per
1,000 Live
Births
Number
of
Stillbirths
Number of
Live
Births
Rate per
1,000 Live
Births
Average, 1921-25   	
1926-30. -	
1931-35-.	
1936-40.	
1941-45 _-	
1946-50 	
1951 — _ -  ■
1952 - 	
1953 	
1954   	
1955 _ _	
288
286
247
249
307
353
365
375
375
373
381
413
10,256
10,355
10,005
12,106
17,705
25,859
28,077
29,827
31,746
32,946
34,138
36,241
28.1
27.6
24.7
20.6
17.3
13.7
13.0
12.6
11.8
11.3
11.2
11.4
C1)
281
233
237
295
332
343
347
357
353
363
385
9,843
9,306
11,244
16,608
24,490
26,647
28,300
30,110
31,227
32,330
34,373
28.5
25.0
21.1
17.8
13.6
12.9
12.3
11.9
11.3
11.2
1956 	
11.2
1 Data relating to Indian stillbirths not available.
MARRIAGES
A marked increase occurred in 1956 in the number of marriages for which both
parties were single. Marriages involving divorced men or women increased for the first
time in several years. P 40
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 29 shows that there was a slight increase in the proportion of marriages
performed by licence this year, there being a decrease in marriages by banns and civil
ceremony.
Little change occurred this year in the proportion of total marriages carried out by
the larger religious groups as compared to 1955. In the majority of cases, 72 per cent,
the marital partners had obtained a licence, while 28 per cent had banns read.
Table 27.—Marriages by Conjugal Condition of Contracting Parties,
British Columbia, 1947-56
Conjugal Condition of Contracting Parties
Total
Number
of
Marriages
Marriage
Rate per
1,000
Population
Year
Single
Widowed
Divorced
Male    1 Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
1947-   _.
1948— —   —	
1949  '	
1950    _	
9,835
9,668
9,467
9,266
9,480
9,301
9,506
9,301
9,313
10,209
9,676
9,618
9,329
9,137
9,388
9,164
9,279
9,065
9,068
9,915
684
676
701
683
694
653
705
608
662
827
805
842
831
812
815
849
771
806
1,333
1,374
1,208
1,161
1,098
1,127
1,087
1,082
1,036
1,128
1,349
1,295
1,205
1,142
1,072
1,102
1,170
1,155
1,137
1,179
11,852
11,718
11,376
11,110
11,272
11,081
11,298
10,991
11,011
11,950
11.4
10.8
10.2
9.8
1951.     —	
1952 _	
9.7
9.2
1953  	
1954   	
1955
9.1
8.5
8 2
1956 _	
613              856
85
Table 28.—Marriages by Months, British Columbia, 1947-56
Year
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Total
1947	
1948	
1949    _	
650
655
607
498
513
461
566
489
530
552
754
668
651
562
579
618
698
637
591
613
749
794
634
562
815
649
583
633
581
823
955
881
972
914
784
913
990
933
997
825
1,034
977
918
828
874
970
1,000
968
873
949
1,361
1,293
1,361
1,323
1,458
1,302
1,258
1,261
1,231
1,420
1,022
1,244
1,097
1,132
975
1,006
982
1,093
1,148
1,011
1,241
1,048
1,073
1,105
1,179
1,301
1,327
1,056
1,050
1,313
1,140
1,181
1,213
1,380
1,213
1,054
1,143
1,106
1,170
1,318
980
1,078
1,032
984
894
925
1,006
997
985
943
968
906
911
824
941
947
846
850
894
989
958
993
907
998
1,050
935
899
968
961
1,194
11,852
11,718
11,376
11,110
1950	
1951             	
1952 _
11,272
11,081
11,298
1953	
1954...	
1955	
1956	
10,991
11,011
11,950
Table 29.—Marriages Performed according to Type,
British Columbia, 1951-56
Religious
Ceremony
Year
Licence
Banns
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
1951             	
7,327
6.912
65.0
62.4
2,738
2,756
2,919
2,834
2,833
2,989
24.3
24.9
25.8
26.3
25.7
25.0
1,207
1,407
1,272
1,219
1,174
1,258
10.7
12.7
11.3
11.3
10.7
10.5
11,272
11,075
11,298
10.7831
11,011
11,950
100
1952 	
100
1953	
1954 -	
7,107            62.9
6,729      1      62.4
7.004      1      63.6
100
100
1955
100
1956  	
7,703
64.5
100
1 Includes one marriage where type was not stated. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 41
Table 30.—Marriages Authorized by Banns or Licence According to Religious
Denomination of Officiating Minister, British Columbia, 1956
Banns
Licence
Total
of Minister
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
8
853
33
6
5
10
8
11
15
1
	
133
132
1
4
27
77
9
861
4
772
19
1
24.2
42.2
9.1
15.1
45.5
19]_.
14.5
37.9
40.5
2~9
22.5
83.5
5.9
18.2
15.5
_—
18.9
13.8
52.1
7.5
16.8
16.0
100.0
25
1,168
12
328
15
32
1
8
6
6
42
75.8
57.8
100.0
90.9
100.0
84.2
100.0
100.0
54.5
100.0
80.8
33
2,021
12
361
15
38
1
8
11
6
52
55
29
37
72
35
2
591
158
17
22
174
23
407
65
1,654
53
19
3
4,594
119
4
1
100
100
100
100
Riirirlhist
100
100
100
100
Church of God   .          	
100
100
100
47                  85.5
100
18
22
72
34
2
458
26
16
18
147
62.1
59.5
100.0
97.1
100.0
77.5
16.5
94.1
81.8
84.5
100
100
100
100
100
100
Mennonite _ 	
100
|        100
100
100
23               100.0
330        1        81.1
|        100
|        100
Reformed Church 	
56
793
49
19
3
3,822
100
4
I
86.2
47.9
92.5
100.0
100.0
83.2
84.0
100.0
100
|        100
100
|        100
|        100
1        100
1        100
I        100
100
Totals	
2,990
28.0
7,702
72.0
10:692!
1        100
1
1 Excludes 1,258 marriages by civil contract.
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Graph E.—Marriages by Months, 1952-56
1,600
1,400
1,200.
L i,000
.0L_i
JFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASOND
1952      I     1953      I     1954      I      1955     I     1956
ADOPTIONS
There was a considerable increase in 1956 in adoptions for which the child's birth
was legitimate. About two-thirds of the births of adopted children were illegitimate,
somewhat less than in recent years.
Table 31.—Adoptions by Sex and Legitimacy of Adopted Children,
British Columbia, 1947-56
Year of
Registration
Legitimate
Births
Illegitimate
Births
Status not
Given or
Unknown
Total
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
1947  	
1948 	
1949.   	
1950    -■•'	
1951.            _
1952.     	
1953 	
1954 ._	
1955     	
1956-   _
159
243
255
242
233
262
268
317
284
345
31.2
35.7
33.6
30.0
29.5
28.2
25.9
27.5
25.3
29.1
339
436
498
547
534
611
719
788
809
799
66.6
64.1
65.5
67.8
67.7
65.8
69.5
68.3
72.2
67.3
11
1
7
18
22
56
47
49
28
43
2.2
0.2
0.9
2.2
2.8
6.0
4.6
4.2
2.5
3.6
509
680
760
807
789
929
1,034
1,154
1,121
1,187
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
DIVORCES
Table 32 shows that there was an increase in the number of divorces, from 1,528 in
1955 to 1,568 in 1956. The table also indicates that about half the divorces which
occurred related to marriages which had been performed within the preceding ten years. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
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PART II.—ADMINISTRATION AND DIVISIONAL ACTIVITIES
SUMMARY OF REGISTRATION SERVICES
The Division of Vital Statistics carries out major registration services under four
Acts—namely, the "Vital Statistics Act," the "Marriage Act," the "Change of Name
Act," and the "Wills Act." Registration of births, deaths, and marriages has been
mandatory in this Province since it was formed in 1872, and all registrations ever filed
are preserved in the central office of the Division in Victoria.
Registration Facilities.—The collection of vital statistics registrations throughout
the Province is decentralized to the main population centres, where service is provided
by District Registrars or Deputy District Registrars. In the larger centres, the Government Agents or Sub-Agents act in this capacity, while in the smaller communities the
service is carried out by Royal Canadian Mounted Police personnel, Municipal Clerks,
or by private individuals.
The Province is divided into seventy-three registration districts, in which are located
ninety-one district offices and sub-offices. The boundaries of registration districts are
arranged so as to provide adequate vital statistics service for the population within
reasonable distance of a local office. When a population centre grows significantly, such
as at Kitimat or Cassiar, a new registration district is established. Conversely, it sometimes becomes advantageous to consolidate two adjacent registration districts into one.
Such a change occurred in 1952, when the Cumberland Registration District was merged
with Courtenay Registration District. Forty-one district offices are located in Government Agencies or Sub-Agencies, while twenty-three are served by members of the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police. Four offices are operated by other Government employees,
five by Municipal Clerks, and eighteen by private individuals. The superintendents of
the seventeen Indian Agencies function as District Registrars for Indians. In addition,
a Marine Registrar secures registrations of births and deaths occurring at sea aboard
ships of British Columbia registry.
By means of this Province-wide system of District Registrars, the services of persons
trained in vital statistics procedures are readily available to the public and the task of
obtaining registrations is kept reasonably simple. Certificates of births, deaths, and
marriages may be issued promptly by the District Registrars before the registrations are
forwarded to the central office in Victoria. As all registrations are sent to Victoria on
a weekly basis for permanent filing, the period within which a District Registrar may issue
certificates is quite brief. After the registrations have been submitted to Victoria, all
certificates must be obtained from the Division's central office.
As the Division is responsible for the administration of the " Marriage Act," virtually
all District Registrars and a number of Deputy District Registrars hold the appointment
of Marriage Commissioner under this Act. The appointment enables them to perform
civil marriages and to issue marriage licences, both of which functions are closely allied
with registration service. Where the District Registrars do not hold the appointment
of Marriage Commissioner, it is due to lack of facilities for conducting civil marriages
in their offices.   In each case, however, the service is available at a near-by centre. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
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Table 1.—Registration Districts, Location of Offices, and
Designation of Appointees
Registration District and
Location of Offices
ABBOTSFORD 	
ALBERNI	
Port Alberni 	
ALERT BAY 	
ASHCROFT	
ATLIN. 	
BARKERVILLE.	
BURNS LAKE	
CAMPBELL RIVER-
Designation of
Appointee
—Municipal Clerk.
-Government Agent.
-R.C.M.P.
-R.C.M.P.
-Government Sub-Agent.
-Government Agent.
- Government Sub-Agent.
-Government Agent.
-Private individual.
Registration District and
Location of Offices
NATAL 	
NELSON 	
NEW DENVER	
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Murrayville..
CASSIAR  _  Private individual.
Lower Post1 Private individual.
CHEMAINUS Municipal Clerk.
CHILLIWACK Court Registrar.
CLAYOQUOT1—
Ucluelet 	
NORTH VANCOUVER-
OCEAN FALLS	
Bella Bella 	
Bella Coola	
OLIVER 	
PENTICTON	
POUCE COUPE..
Dawson Creek
Zeballos	
CLINTON	
COURTENAY.
CRANBROOK
CRESTON	
DUNCAN	
ENDERBY	
Armstrong	
FERNIE    	
FORT NELSON	
FORT ST. JOHN
Hudson Hope	
GANGES	
GOLDEN	
GRAND FORKS.
-R.C.M.P.
-R.C.M.P.
Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
-Government Sub-Agent.
-Government Agent.
-R.C.M.P.
-R.C.M.P.
-Government Agent.
..Government Sub-Agent.
. Government Sub-Agent.
-Private individual.
-Assessor.
-Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
POWELL RIVER	
PRINCE GEORGE -
PRINCE RUPERT—.
PRINCETON—
QUATSINO .
Designation of
Appointee
—R.C.M.P.
—Government Agent.
 Government Sub-Agent.
 Government Agent.
 Municipal Clerk.
.— Private individual.
—Private individual.
—Private individual.
-R.C.M.P.
 Government Sub-Agent.
 Government Agent.
 Government Agent.
—Private individual.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
 Government Agent.
—Private individual.
GREENWOOD... - Municipal Clerk.
HANEY   Private individual.
HOPE       Private individual.
KAMLOOPS ..
Blue River	
KASLO —
KELOWNA _
KIMBERLEY-
KITIMAT	
LADYSMITH.
LILLOOET—
Bralorne—	
LYTTON	
McBRIDE	
MERRITT. -
MISSION	
NAKUSP	
NANAIMO.	
-Government Agent.
-R.C.M.P.
-Government Agent.
..Government Agent.
..Private individual.
-Government Agent.
R.C.M.P.
-Government Agent.
-R.C.M.P.
-R.C.M.P.
-R.C.M.P.
-Government Agent.
..Municipal Clerk.
-R.C.M.P.
-Government Agent.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE R.C.M.P.
Masset     R.C.M.P.
QUESNEL Government Agent.
REVELSTOKE  Government Agent.
ROSSLAND  Government Agent.
SALMON ARM  Government Agent.
SLOCAN CITY  Private individual.
Crescent Valley  R.C.M.P.
SMITHERS     Government Agent.
Hazelton _ R.C.M.P.
SQUAMISH  R.C.M.P.
STEWART Private individual.
SUMMERLAND   Private individual.
TELEGRAPH CREEK   Private individual.
TERRACE  Government Sub-Agent.
TRAIL  Private individual.
Castlegar  R.C.M.P.
VANCOUVER.
Sechelt!	
Gibsons
VANDERHOOF-
VERNON	
VICTORIA —
Sidney-
_.Vital Statistics personnel.
..R.C.M.P.
R.C.M.P.
_ Government Sub-Agent.
..Government Agent.
...Vital Statistics personnel.
-R.C.M.P.
WILLIAMS LAKE Government Agent.
WILMER1—
Invermere ...„   Private individual.
MARINE REGISTRY (Vancouver)	
..Canadian Immigration
Inspector.
1 Deputy District Registrars' offices are shown in small letters below the location of the corresponding District
Registrar's office. The name of each registration district coincides with that of the location of the District Registrar's
office in all except three instances, as follows:—
(a) The District Registrar of the Cassiar Registration District is situated at Lower Post and a Deputy District
Registrar serves at Cassiar. Administratively this is a more satisfactory arrangement than if the appointments followed the usual pattern.
(6) There is no office at Clayoquot. The Government Agent at Alberni is the District Registrar for this
district, in which are located the offices of two Deputy District Registrars—namely, at Ucluelet and
Zeballos.
(c) There is no office at Wilmer. The Government Agent at Golden is the District Registrar for this district.
The office of a Deputy District Registrar is located at Invermere.
Volume of Registration.—There were 64,122 registrations accepted by the Division during the year—4.2 per cent more than in 1955. Of the total, 56 per cent related
to births, 21 per cent to deaths, 18 per cent to marriages, and the remaining 5 per cent
to divorces, adoptions, and stillbirths. The large sustained increase in the number of
registrations filed over the last twenty-five years is illustrated in Graph F.
It may be noted that the figures in Table 11 for 1956 and for prior years do not in
all cases coincide with those for the corresponding year appearing in Part I or Part III
of this Report. The reason for this is that the data in Part II relate only to registrations
filed during the year in question.   The corresponding event may have taken place during P 46
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the year or at any time prior to it. Data in Part I and Part III relate only to events occurring during 1956, some of which may not have been registered until 1957, and thus will
appear in the registration figures for that year.
Table 2.—Summary of Registrations, British Columbia, 1936-56
Year
Live Births
Deaths
Marriages
Stillbirths
Adoptions
Divorces
Total
1936 	
1937 	
11,186
13,033
13,812
13,176
15,616
17,025
18,346
20,068
19,962
20,229
23,870
26,758
26,965
27,786
28,079
28,509
30,394
32,487
33,451
34,506
36,035
7,254
7,981
7,455
7,626
8,386
8,617
8,916
9,918
9,833
9,848
10,212
10,768
11,444
11,311
11,506
11,658
12,319
12,234
12,331
12,938
13,260
5,465
6,232
6,158
7,897
9,694
9,828
10,905
9,476
8,549
9,317
11,875
11,892
11,773
11,374
11,076
11,374
11,207
11,326
10,915
11,090
11,680
236
254
259
279
280
308
313
338
321
340
331
355
343
399
373
348
359
383
374
380
417
80
109
134
150
163
191
157
249
303
330
402
509
680
760
807
789
929
1,034
1,154
1,121
1,187
463
536
652
608
687
563
847
886
1,031
1,366
2,052
1,880
1,744
1,554
1,424
1,394
1,593
1,512
1,525
1,528
1,543      |
24,684
28,145
1938	
28,470
1939..	
29,736
1940  	
1941. 	
34,826
36,532
1942  	
39,484
1943 _	
40,935
1944 _	
1945	
40,009
41,430
1946 	
1947  	
1948..             	
48,742
52,162
52,949
1949  	
1950..                    	
53,184
53,265
1951 	
1952 _	
1953	
1954	
1955 	
1956 	
54,072
56,801
58,976
59,750
61,563
64,122 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
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Graph F.—Summary of Registration of Live Births. Deaths and
NUMBER Marriages, British Columbia, 1921-1956
70,000
60,000
50,000
40,000
30,000
20,000
10,000
LEGEND
TOTAL REG.
BIRTHS 	
DEATHS
MARRIAGES
70,000
60,000
0,000
40,000
30,000
20,000
10,000 P 48
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Graph G.—Adoptions, British Columbia,
1936-1955
Graph H.—Divorces, British Columbia,
1936-1955
,i'M
,000
750
/
500
250
0
i    i   i   i
i   i    i   i
i   i    i   i
i    i    i    i
2,500
2,000
1,500
1,000
..ill)
193G
1941
1946
1951
1956
1936
1941
1946
1951
1956
The following table shows the registrations of births, deaths, and marriages accepted
during 1956 distributed according to place of occurrence in the various statistical areas
of the Province, an outline map of which appears on page 12 of this Report.
Table 3.—Total Registration of Live Births, Deaths, and Marriages, Distributed ACCORDING TO STATISTICAL AREAS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1956
Area
Live
Births
Deaths
Marriages
Area
Live
Births
Deaths
Marriages
la _	
180
458
151
129
824
730
1,156
702
133
5,262
13,199
4,584
21
601
686
41
150
7
115
1,084
34
122
55
44
192
241
465
201
51
1,964
5,859
2,036
48
115
165
7
43
19
53
282
1
13
27
33
89
52
29
171
136
431
212
38
1,604
5,393
1,472
9
179
156
5
26
12
58
286
2
14
19
7a 	
7b	
131
326
825
65
2
643
186
297
4
1
19
9
538
294
49
57
153
512
1,592
26
6
66
104
17
1
101
35
52
5
4
6
5
156
32
10
9
2
22
81
483
34
lb     	
lc	
7c 	
8a   	
85
2a ._            	
224
2b    	
2c  .              	
8b    .
8c— _. -	
8d  _   	
11
2
3a       _ _	
137
3b	
8e _.
50
3c- ..         _ _	
81	
56
4a- -   	
8g  	
3
4b	
9a   	
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6d                                  	
Indians on reserves	
Totals 	
222
9
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6f                  	
36,035
13,260
11,680
Searches.—Searches of the registrations on file this year totalled 69,216. Of these,
48 per cent were regular 50-cent revenue searches. An additional 44 per cent were
non-revenue searches of current registrations covering applications made within one
month of registration. Eight per cent were searches for other Government departments,
for which no fee is charged, and less than a half of 1 per cent were special extended
searches, for which a fee of $2 is charged.
During 1956, 95,563 pieces of correspondence were received, compared to 91,233
during the previous year. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
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Table 4.—Searches Performed and Correspondence Received by the Central
Office of the Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1947-56
Revenue Searches
Non-revenue Searches1
Correspon
Year
Regular 50rf
Special $2
Of Current
Registrations2
For
Governmental
Departments
dence
Received
1947         ■  -
1948 -  	
1949 .   -.                     	
22,682
23,645
24,059
24,397
28,368
29,184
30,792
31,294
32,621
33,598
83
104
104
115
127
125
128
145
147
147
	
5,569
5,103
6,926
6,060
5,359
4,941
5,199
46,137
51,190
57,550
1950                  -	
12,981
14,120
19,179
24,358
25,562
28,095
30,272
62,208
1951 _ —
1952  - -      .
1953            	
68,979
75,171
82,514
1954     -
1955                                          	
88,905
91,233
1956       -  	
95,563
1 The number of such searches is not available prior to 1950.
2 There is no search fee chargeable if the application is made within thirty days of the date of registration.
Certification.—Revenue-producing certificates issued in 1956 totalled 67,420, an
8-per-cent increase over 1955. Of the total paid certifications sent out, 91 per cent
were in certificate form, the remaining 9 per cent being certified copies. In all cases
these latter were photographic copies. By far the greatest part of these certificates
issued—over 75 per cent—related to registrations of birth.
Table 5.—Revenue-producing Certifications Issued by the Central Office of
the Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1947-56
Type of Certification
Issued
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
Certificates—
Birth 	
17,531
4,289
4,728
692
87
20
235
15
18,338
4,912
4,338
860
101
22
234
849
18,073
5,397
2,668
665
119
29
2,940
949
20,271
5,451
2,155
544
120
30
5,081
18
26,566
5,076
3,492
622
165
83
6,098
5
32,360
5,327
3,706
623
189
46
5,329
2
39,101
5,367
3,520
576
173
20
5,577
2
42,925
5,699
3,283
569
155
26
5,741
46,326
6,057
3,489
428
158
12
6,053
50,608
Death. .   „_ _
6,146
3,787
623
164
Baptismal	
Certified copies—
Photographic1- - „
23
6,069
Total certifications....
27,597
29,654
30,840
33,670
42,107
47,582
54,336
58,398
62,523
67,420
1 Includes photostatic copies of registrations from 1947 to 1948, and photostatic copies and positive prints of registrations from 1949.
Revenue.—Revenue collected by the Division amounted to $116,760 in 1956, a
9-per-cent increase over 1955. Seventy-nine per cent of the total revenue was received
under the provisions of the " Vital Statistics Act," while the remaining 21 per cent was
collected under the " Marriage Act."
The central office of the Division collected $56,243 of the total " Vital Statistics
Act" revenue and $4,889 of the " Marriage Act" revenue, 81 and 10 per cent of the
respective totals.
■ P 50 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 6.—Revenue Collected by the Division of Vital Statistics,
British Columbia, 1947-56
Year
Total Revenue
" Vital Statistics
Act " Revenue
" Marriage Act "
Revenue
1947      	
1948
$92,240.50
90.S95.74
90,059.10
89,104.25
95,648.00
98,814.95
99,893.84
107,511.16
107,252.22
116,760.47
$41,385.50
41,214.74
41,941.10
43,021.75
48,743.00
52,566.95
53,948.34
60,562.57
62,588.94
69,216.94
$50,855.00
49,681.00
1949                                                                       	
48,118 00
1950                                                                        	
46,082.50
1951    	
1952   -	
1953   _. _   	
46,905.00
46,248.00
45,944.50
1954 —	
1955    _	
46,948.59
44,663.28
1956 _           	
47,325.83
REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS
The Province continued to enjoy a high level of birth registration completeness
during 1956, with very few delinquent registrations being reported. The problem of
securing complete and accurate registration for all vital statistics events continues to be
a matter of patient effort and co-operation between the central office and the various
District Registrars.
Although the responsibility for registering a birth rests with the parents concerned,
it has long been the policy of the Division to assist the parents and to make them aware
of their responsibility by mailing blank registration forms and instructions to the mother
immediately upon receipt of the doctor's notification of the birth. During 1956 an
improved method, referred to as the " package system " of distributing birth registration
forms, was introduced. A package is prepared consisting of the registration form, the
instruction leaflet, a certificate application form, and an envelope addressed to the District
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages. Each hospital is supplied with a stock of
these packages, and the hospitals undertake to hand the packages to the mothers while
they are still in hospital. This new system appears to be working very well and has
resulted in a considerable increase in the promptness with which registrations of births are
filed. The success of the scheme is in a large measure due to the excellent co-operation
which the Division has received from the hospitals throughout the Province.
It has become apparent that it is no longer practicable to refuse to accept vital statistics registrations completed with a ball-point pen. Furthermore, recent improvements
in the quality of ball-point pens appear to have largely nullified the former objections to
their use. For this reason, all District Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages have
been notified that registrations need not be rejected solely on the grounds that they were
completed with ball-point pens.
Fraudulent Registrations.—The "Vital Statistics Act" makes provision for the
cancellation of a registration of birth which has been fraudulently or improperly obtained.
Most fraudulent registrations are made by mothers who are attempting to conceal
the fact of an illegitimate birth. Before a registration is cancelled, a hearing is ordered,
at which all parties to the registration are required to attend. Any person possessing a
certificate with respect to a cancelled registration is required to return it to the Director
for cancellation.
There were 23 fraudulent registrations cancelled in 1956 following investigation by
the Inspector of Vital Statistics. Many other improper or fraudulent registrations are
discovered by the Division through routine checking prior to acceptance.
Legitimations.—Under the "Legitimation Act" a child is deemed to have been
legitimate from birth once its natural parents have intermarried. The "Vital Statistics
Act" provides that under such circumstances a new registration may be substituted for VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956 P 51
the registration originally filed, the new registration showing the child to be legitimate.
However, before such application may be accepted, satisfactory evidence of paternity
must be obtained. The Division assists the applicants as far as possible in obtaining the
necessary evidence. Hospital returns and physicians' notices of birth are searched to
ascertain whether or not the putative father's name was stated at the time of birth. With
the parents' consent, the Division will contact any welfare agency which might have information of value contained in its records. The Division works in close liaison with the
Child Welfare Branch in matters affecting legitimation.
When the legitimation application has been approved, a new registration is prepared
and placed on file. The original registration is removed from the registration volume and
placed in a sealed file along with the correspondence relating to the application. The
birth index is then amended to show the changed name of the child, the microfilm record
is deleted and replaced by a photograph of the new registration, and the new registration
is assigned the same registration number as the original.
Births legitimated in 1956 numbered 220, somewhat above the 1955 figure of 203.
Alteration of Christian Names.—Under section 10 of the "Vital Statistics Act"
it is legally permissible for the parents to change the Christian name of their children at
any time prior to their twelfth birthday. After the age of 12 is reached, the provisions of
the "Change of Name Act" apply. There were 301 alterations of Christian name under
section 10 of the "Vital Statistics Act" in 1956, compared to 312 in 1955.
Delayed Registration of Births.—The volume of delayed registrations continued
on approximately the same level as for 1955. There is some indication that the delayed-
registration applications which are now being received relate to cases where clear-cut evidence to support the application is not available. Because of this, it has become necessary
to make more use of unusual items of evidence and to build up the necessary standard of
evidence from a number of fragmentary sources. The persistence of both the delayed-
registration section and of certain applicants has led to the successful filing of delayed
registrations in situations which appeared to offer little hope at the outset. A recent
example was the case of a 45-year-old person who had been born in a remote district of
British Columbia. Shortly after birth she had moved to Eastern Canada and later to
Eastern United States. Because the applicant had been taken from the Province at an
early age, coupled with the fact that she was born in a remote rural area, there appeared
little likelihood of obtaining any satisfactory documentary evidence to support the application. After a long and fruitless exchange of correspondence, the delayed-registration
clerk linked the application with a delayed registration filed some time earlier, but relating
to the same area of the Province. An examination of this file resulted in contact being
established with an elderly person living in Victoria who was fully aware of the birth in
question and was able to make a full and detailed statement, which established beyond
any doubt the claim of the applicant. It is becoming increasingly clear that the balance
of outstanding delayed-registration applications from older persons will tend to be based
on miscellaneous items of evidence rather than on documents of the Class A type, such
as baptismal records and doctors' reports. Whether or not such evidence can be found
will depend upon the ingenuity which applicants use in pursuing the required evidence.
The verification library which the Division has built up as a means of assisting
applicants for delayed registrations has been referred to in earlier Reports. A valuable
improvement in the reference material contained in this library was undertaken during
the year with the editing and binding of many thousands of hospital returns covering the
period from 1917 to the present day.
The new method of filing correspondence relating to delayed registration of birth
applications, which was introduced in 1955, has proved to be very satisfactory, and among
other things has now made possible a count of the number of delayed-registration appli- P 52 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
cations in hand.   At the present time over 800 such applications are under active consideration.
There were 380 delayed registrations of birth accepted in 1956, compared to 419
in 1955.
REGISTRATION OF DEATHS
Either the physician in attendance at the last illness of a deceased person or the
Coroner conducting an inquiry into the death of a person is required to complete the
Medical Certificate of Cause of Death, which forms an important part of the death registration. The responsibility for filing the completed death registration lies with the undertaker in charge of the burial, and the registration must be filed before the necessary burial
permit is issued.
Classification of the death for statistical purposes is made according to the International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries, and Causes of Death, and this
classification is dependent upon the physician's certification. Where there is doubt as to
the cause to which the physician wishes the death assigned, he is queried through the
local Medical Health Officer. As a means of improving cause of death certification,
lectures are given each year to the graduating class of medical students at the University
of British Columbia on this topic.
REGISTRATION OF STILLBIRTHS
The term " birth " where used in the " Vital Statistics Act " also includes stillbirths,
but separate forms are used for stillbirth registration. These forms combine the essential
features of both birth and death registrations. A stillbirth is defined as being " the birth
of a viable foetus after at least twenty-eight weeks' pregnancy in which pulmonary respiration does not occur, whether death occurs before, during, or after birth."
Stillbirth registrations accepted in 1956 numbered 417, 10 per cent more than in
1955.
REGISTRATION OF MARRIAGES
The responsibility for registering a marriage rests with the person solemnizing the
event—namely, the officiating clergyman or Marriage Commissioner. This method of
obtaining marriage registrations has proven very satisfactory over a period of many
years and is the method generally used in other Provinces and countries.
Marriage registers are provided free of charge to clergy and Marriage Commissioners. These are returned to the Division periodically in order that they may be checked
against the indexes of registrations filed with the Division. If it is thus ascertained that
an event has been unrecorded, steps are promptly taken to obtain a registration.
REGISTRATION OF ADOPTION ORDERS
Copies of all adoption orders made by the Courts in this Province are forwarded to
the Division by the Court Registrars, as required by the " Vital Statistics Act."
On receipt of an order regarding an adoption by the Division, a marginal notation
showing the child's adoptive name is made on the original registration. All certificates
subsequently issued in respect of the registration bear this name. No information regarding the natural parents of the child may be released. This same procedure is followed
when an adoption order is received from another Province or State relating to the adoption of a child born in British Columbia.
Inspection of the documents filed regarding an adoption is only allowed to officials
of the Crown in discharge of their official duties, or to a person authorized by the Provincial Secretary in writing, or to a person authorized by a Judge of the Court presiding VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956 P 53
in Chambers.   Thus every effort is made to protect the interests of the adopted child and
his adoptive parents.
REGISTRATION OF DIVORCES
The " Vital Statistics Act" also requires that all divorces and nullities granted in
the Province be registered with the Division. The Division is supplied with a certified
copy of each decree of dissolution or nullity by the Supreme Court Registrars. A notation is made on the registration of the marriage if the marriage occurred in this Province.
The notation indicates the date and place of dissolution, and any certificate subsequently
issued from the registration contains this information. In cases where the marriage
occurred outside the Province, the Province of marriage is notified in order that the
necessary notations may be made on the marriage registration. Where the Division is
notified of a dissolution or nullity taking place in another Province and involving a marriage occurring in British Columbia, the appropriate notation is made on the original
marriage registration.
In 1956 there were 1,502 dissolutions of marriage and 41 nullities ordered in this
Province.   These figures compare with 1,482 and 28 respectively in 1955.
REGISTRATION OF NOTICES OF FILING A WILL
By an amendment to the " Wills Act," assented to in 1945, it became possible for
testators to file with the Division of Vital Statistics a notice which records the location
of the will and the date of filing. This service is gaining in popularity each year, with an
increasing volume of will notices being filed. Over 5,200 notices were received during
1956, bringing the total now registered with the Division to approximately 33,000. The
processing of these notices within the Division is demanding an increasing amount of
clerical time, since each notice must be carefully filed and adequately indexed in order
to be available for subsequent searching. There is no charge for the filing of a will notice,
although a statutory fee of 50 cents is required for a search of the records prior to the
probate of a will. Searches of the will notices may not be undertaken until the death
of the testator has been proven to the satisfaction of the Division.
Although there was an increase in 1956 in the number of will searches carried out,
this increase was not in proportion to the increased number of new notifications received.
The reason for this is that the will searches are related to the death rate rather than to
the number of notifications on file.
LEGAL CHANGES OF NAME
Another major responsibility of the Division is the administration of the " Change
of Name Act." The principal requirements for a legal change of name are that the applicant be 21 years of age or over, a British subject, and domiciled in this Province. An
application for change of name may cover more than one individual in a family. Thus
a married man need file only one application to cover a change of surname and (or)
given names for himself, his wife, and any unmarried minor children in his family. An
interesting feature of the Act is that the only person who is entitled to change the surname
of a child is a married man; thus it is impossible for a widowed or divorced person or
for an unmarried mother to change the surname of a child.
Legal changes of name granted during 1956 totalled 451, the highest number effected
in any year since the Act came into force in 1940. P 54
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 7.—Change of Name Applications Granted, according to Marital Status
and Sex of Applicant, and Total Number of Persons Affected, British
Columbia, 1941-56.
Marital Status of Applicant
Total
Year
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Separated
Total
Number
of
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
F.
1
M. 1 F.
1
1
M. I F.
1
M.
F.
T.
Affected
1941             	
55
72
59
67
103
128
117
143
128
128
140
155
159
142
148
170
7
17
25
27
33
36
32
35
46
33
39
59
48
51
53
58
37
67
92
74
119
146
128
134
140
138
154
167
175
158
165
163
2
5
8
10
14
7
3
11
8
12
11
13
6
12
15
2
1
3
2
2
6
3
10
3
2
2
3
2
1
2
2
3
2
5
5
10
3
7
5
4
5
9
3
8
7
8
3
4
1
4
2
4
8
7
15
4
9
5
6
9
4
12
13
3
6
10
25
21
39
29
17
19
25
17
40
35
14
24
27
1
1
1
1
98
141
158
145
228
288
256'
302
276
277
301
331
345
306
327
348
13
27
45
65
74
92
75
60
80
71
77
113
105
801
97
103
Ill
168
203
210
302
380
331
362
356
348
378
444
450
3861
424
451
1942             	
1943              ■■'
351
1944 	
1945  	
1946          -	
362
524
638
1947  	
1948    	
1949  	
1950    	
555
586
628
591
1951             	
646
1952     	
777
1953           	
768
1954 .	
1955  	
1956           . 	
702
743
687
1 Includes 2 cases for which marital status was not stated.
REGISTRATION OF MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN
The administration of the " Marriage Act" also falls within the jurisdiction of the
Division of Vital Statistics. This Act covers all phases of the Province's control over the
solemnization of marriage and the legal preliminaries thereto. The main duties of the
Division, under this Act, relate to the issuance of marriage licences and to the licensing
of individual ministers and clergymen with the authority to solemnize marriage in British
Columbia. Denominations which have not previously been recognized under the " Marriage Act" of this Province must meet certain requirements before their clergymen may
be eligible for licensing under the " Marriage Act." The Division also appoints Marriage
Commissioners for the purposes of solemnizing the civil marriage ceremony in this Province. It is usual for this appointment to be vested in the District Registrar of Births,
Deaths, and Marriages, although in a few areas of the Province additional appointments of
Marriage Commissioners to perform civil marriages have been made to meet local needs.
Because of the legal importance of the marriage contract and of the qualifications
which are required of the parties to the intended marriage, marriage licences are issued
only by specially appointed persons, known as " Issuers of Marriage Licences." It is the
duty of the Issuer of Marriage Licences to be reasonably satisfied that the persons seeking
a marriage licence are properly qualified before the licence may be issued.
Four new religious groups were recognized under the " Marriage Act" during 1956,
while inquiries as to the qualifications for recognition were made by six others.
Table 8.—Registration of Ministers and Clergymen, British Columia, 1956
Permanent     Temporary
Total
Total number on register, December 31st, 1955-
Total number authorized during 1956	
Total number cancelled during 1956-
Total number on register, December 31st, 1956..
1,861
256
202
1,915
2
51
47
6
1,863
307
249
1,921 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 55
Table 9.—Registration of Ministers and Clergymen, by Religious
Denomination, British Columbia, 1955 and 1956
Denomination
1956
1955
Adventist    —  	
Anglican    	
Apostolic Church of the Pentecost— —     -—
Associated Gospel Church of Canada  	
Baptist Convention of British Columbia	
Baptist Convention (Regular) of British Columbia	
Baptist Churches, Independent   	
Baptist General Convention of Oregon-Washington	
Baptist Pacific Conference, North America 	
Buddhist Church, Nichiren Shu  	
Buddhist Mission of North America  	
Canadian Reformed Church of New Westminster	
Canadian Temple of More Abundant Life	
Catholic Apostolic    —  	
Chaplaincy Service 	
Christadelphians	
Christian and Missionary Alliance.- _ 	
Christian Reformed   _.	
Church of Christ  	
Church of Christ, Chinese Independent	
Church of God       	
Church of God in Christ, Mennonite 	
Church of the Nazarene   	
Church of the New Jerusalem, Swedenborgian  	
Churches of God 	
Covenant Kingdom Ministry    	
Disciples of Christ    	
Doukhobor Sect 1	
Evangelical Church of British Columbia    	
Evangelical Church of Pentecost  j	
Evangelical Church, North West Canada Conference 	
Evangelical Free Church of North America    _	
Evangelical Mennonite Brethren      	
Evangelical Missionary Covenant of America ._ —
Evangelical Church, Russian  	
Evangelical Spiritualist Army of B.C 	
Evangelistic, Open Door. 	
Faith Temple    	
Free Church of England in Canada  	
Free Church of Scotland in Canada  _.
Free Methodist Church of North America  	
Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland	
Glad Tidings Temple Missionary Society .	
Greek Catholic, Russian Orthodox	
Greek Catholic, Ukrainian	
Holiness Movement  	
International Foursquare Gospel  	
Jehovah's Witnesses...  ...
Jewish Congregation, Beth Israel  	
Jewish Congregation, Emanu El 	
Jewish Congregation, Schara Tzedek   	
Jewish Congregation Beth Hamidrosh, Bnai Jacob  	
Latter-day Saints   	
Latter-day Saints, Reorganized  	
Liberal Catholic  - 	
Lutheran, American  	
Lutheran, Augustana Evangelical	
Lutheran, Danish Evangelical	
Lutheran, Finnish 	
Lutheran, Free    	
Lutheran, Icelandic  	
Lutheran, Missouri Evangelical     	
Lutheran, Norwegian  	
Lutheran, Pacific Evangelical	
Lutheran, United  	
Lutheran, United Evangelical 	
Mennonite Brethren  	
Mennonite, Conference of the United Mennonite Church of British Columbia-
Mennonite, Old Colony Church	
Mennonite, Sommerfelder Church	
Mennonite, United Missionary or Brethren in Christ	
Methodist and Episcopal, African	
20
278
13
1
26
25
51
7
10
1
3
1
4
4
1
2
20
13
2
'   2
10
3
18
3
3
6
1
1
5
7
3
27
4
5
3
2
4
1
6
2
13
1
8
4
13
3
20
18
2
2
3
1
21
19
5
10
7
1
1
1
1
28
3
12
3
1
57
29
6
6
20
271
10
1
29
28
43
3
9
1
3
1
4
4
2
3
18
13
2
2
10
3
17
3
2
6
1
1
5
7
3
26
3
5
4
2
3
7
1
18
1
9
3
12
3
21
14
2
2
3
1
21
22
5
9
7
1
1
1
25
4
10
3
1
53
29
6
4
1
3 P 56
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Table 9.—Registration of Ministers and Clergymen, by Religious
Denomination, British Columbia, 1955 and 1956—Continued
Denomination
1956
1955
Moravian _
Orthodox Church, Greek-
Orthodox Church, Serbian-
Orthodox Church, Ukrainian, of America-
Orthodox Church, Ukrainian Greek, of Canada-
Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada	
Pentecostal Holiness	
Peoples' Fellowship	
Plymouth Brethren	
Presbyterian-
Reformed Church in America..
Roman Catholic	
Salvation Army  	
Shantymen's Christian Association-
Sikh, Akali Singh Society-
Sikh, Kalghidar Shromani Society-
Sikh, Khalsa Diwan Society	
Sikh, Khalsa (Paldi) Society	
Society of Friends-
Spiritualist Association, British Columbia-
Spiritualist Association, National	
Standard Church of America, Inc	
Unitarian  	
United Church of Canada	
Unity Metaphysical Centre-
Victoria Truth Centre	
Zion Tabernacle	
Totals-
4
3
2
3
1
1
1
1
6
6
120
120
9
9
1
1
19
19
73
69
1
1
356
345
49
49
5
5
1
1
7
5
1
3
3
3
5
19
18
6
6
2
2
328
317
1
1
1
1
2
2
1,921
1,863
ORDERS OF REMARRIAGE
Under the "Marriage Act" a marriage of persons previously married to one another
may not be solemnized unless:—
(1) Some informality existed in the previous ceremony; or
(2) Evidence of the previous marriage, in the form of the marriage registration
or certificate, is unavailable beyond the control of the parties; or
(3) The parties have been divorced;
and unless the Director of the Division issues an order permitting remarriage.    It is
required that a notation of the date and place of the original marriage be made on the
registration of the remarriage and on any certificate issued from it.
Twenty orders permitting remarriage were issued in 1956.
CAVEATS
Persons having a reasonable objection to an intended marriage may lodge a caveat
with any Marriage Commissioner or Issuer of Marriage Licences, whereupon no civil
marriage may be performed nor any licence issued until the grounds for the objection
have been investigated. Six caveats were lodged during the year, and these were immediately made known to all Marriage Commissioners and Issuers of Marriage Licences within
the Province.
The central office issues a revised list of outstanding caveats twice yearly to local
officials, so that only in those instances where objections have not been withdrawn will
the names appear on the caveat list.
MICROFILM AND PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES
The Division continued to forward microfilm copies of all registrations of births,
deaths, stillbirths, and marriages on a weekly basis to the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1956 P 57
This is a contact arrangement and enables the Dominion Bureau of Statistics to compile
national vital statistics and the national indexes of births and deaths.
Whenever certified copies of any registration of a birth, death, or marriage are
required, such certified copies are prepared in photo-copy form rather than by transcribing from the original registration, as was formerly the practice. This method of issuing
certified copies has proven to be the most satisfactory and has the singular advantage of
eliminating the possibility of error in the preparation of the copies. It has also eliminated
the need for intensive checking from the original to the copy.
Most photographic copies issued by the Division are prepared in reduced size from
the corresponding microfilm image. However, the Division also has equipment capable
of producing full-size copies of any documents for which the microfilm is not yet available.
Hence certified photographic copies may be issued of any document at any time following
its receipt by the Division.
The microfilm camera continued to be used during the year as time permitted for
the filming of files and documents other than vital statistics registrations. These included
delayed-registration declarations, Divorce Court orders, and alteration of surname files.
In addition, a large number of blue-prints were filmed on behalf of the Division of Public
Health Engineering.
DISTRICT REGISTRARS' OFFICES
Administrative Changes
The increased industrial development in the northern part of the Province made it
apparent that consideration should be given to expanding the vital statistics registration
facilities in that area. Accordingly, two new registration districts were established during
the year—namely, the Registration District of Kitimat and the Registration District of
Cassiar. These new registration districts were created by subdividing the existing districts
of Prince Rupert and Telegraph Creek.
During the year it became necessary to transfer the vital statistics duties at Campbell
River from the Clerk of the Village of Campbell River to a private agency. The Village
Clerk, having held the appointment of District Registrar for more than three years following the transfer of duties from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, found that the
duties of District Registrar interfered with his commitments with the village corporation,
and for this reason asked to be relieved of his appointment. The co-operation of The
Corporation of the Village of Campbell River, in allowing the Village Clerk to carry the
vital statistics for these several years, enabled uninterrupted service to the community,
and appreciation is expressed for the work done by the Village Clerk.
When the Deputy District Registrar's office at Keremeos was closed in 1951, it was
deemed necessary to retain a Marriage Commissioner in that village. However, since
that time very few civil marriages have been performed, and the appointment of a Marriage Commissioner at Keremeos has now been rescinded.
Early in the year the remuneration paid to those District Registrars operating on a
commission basis was increased by Order in Council from 50 to 75 cents per registration.
This adjustment was made to bring the payments to commission agents into line with the
services they perform.
Inspections
The regular inspection programme of the Division was curtailed during 1956 in
order to allow the Supervisor of Vital Statistics to serve on a special survey team reviewing
administrative and recording procedures in local health units. Consequently, the Inspector of Vital Statistics was required to assume additional central office duties for the period
of the survey.
Nevertheless, twenty-three offices and sub-offices covering Vancouver Island, the
northern part of the Province extending from Prince Rupert to Prince George, the Peace P 58 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
River District, and the Central Cariboo District from Quesnel to Williams Lake were
visited during the year by the Inspector or Supervisor.
The standard of work being performed by the District Registrars continued to be
most satisfactory during the year, and the Division is grateful for the co-operation of its
local representatives throughout the Province.
Vancouver Office
The office of the District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in Vancouver
is operated by full-time employees of the Division. Because of the concentration of
population in the Vancouver Registration District, this office handles over 40 per cent of
all registrations received in the Province.
The first full year of operation of the Vancouver office at its new location in the
Provincial Health Building at 828 West Tenth Avenue showed very satisfactory results.
The removal of the office from the centre of the city appears to have presented more
advantages than disadvantages to the public being served.
STATISTICAL SERVICES
Further progress was made during 1956 in the development of the statistical services
of the Division. Certain internal changes, designed to improve the organization of the
Statistical Section and to formalize the working arrangements which have been developed,
were made during the year. A separate section, known as the "Research Section," was
set up, with a Senior Research Assistant in charge. It is anticipated that this change will
result in greater co-ordination of the statistical projects of the Division, and will increase
the effectiveness of this phase of its activities.
The fact that the staff of the Research Section was not at full strength during the year,
coupled with the work loss due to the training of new employees, somewhat limited the
activities of the Section. All new employees require a certain amount of orientation in
their duties before they are able to contribute effectively, and this is particularly true in
the field of public health statistics. The requirements of the work are unusual, and there
is at the present time a virtual absence of prospective employees with training in this field.
For clerical-statistical workers, training is required so that they may become familiar with
the medical terminology employed, with coding procedures, with the presentation of
tabular material, and with certain other special features of the work. The professional
employees require the same familiarization with the aforementioned features and, in
addition, a considerable knowledge of the medical and statistical aspects of public health
programmes.
The training of two new research assistants in the Victoria office was carried on
during the year. All routine commitments were met, and a number of special projects
were undertaken.
Dental-health Statistics
Most notable among the new assignments undertaken during the year was the production of an extensive set of statistical indices relating to the level of dental health in
three selected areas of the Province. The examinations of the children in the sample and
recording of the results was commenced by the dentists in January of 1956. By the end
of March all examinations had been completed, and the individual dental records were
forwarded to the Division for mechanical processing and statistical analysis. The completed analysis of the first year's survey was published in the Special Reports series of
the Division of Vital Statistics and is synopsized later in this Report.
This project has been planned on a continuing basis, and all preparations, including
the selection of the sample, for the 1957 survey were completed during the year. The
1956 indices established base-line data on dental-health status of children in the three
areas mentioned, and will be used for comparison with indices of future years in evaluat- VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1956 P 59
ing the dental-health programmes in operation in the regions concerned. In addition, the
indices give valuable information regarding the present status of dental health among
school-children.
Tuberculosis Statistics
The Division continued to process the statistics of the Division of Tuberculosis
Control, including data on new cases examined and on admissions and separations from
tuberculosis sanataria. The annual indexes of known cases of tuberculosis and of certain
non-tuberculous chest conditions were tabulated in both alphabetical and numerical
sequences.
No changes were made in the record system of the Division of Tuberculosis Control
during the year, but discussions and meetings were held respecting the development of
a one file system for the medical records of the Division. Agreement was reached on the
general form that the record would take, but implementation of the change was withheld,
pending the recommendations of the Committee on Records and Statistics of the research
project in studies on the applied epidemiology of tuberculosis.
The Division was extensively represented on the records and statistics committee
just mentioned and devoted a considerable amount of time to studying and evaluating
certain changes which have been suggested by other members of the committee.
The Division also had a representative on the Planning Committee for the Provincial Tuberculosis Mobile Survey Unit. This representation has proven to be most advantageous, and the policy has now been adopted of arranging the programme for the mobile
unit on the basis of special statistics prepared by the Division for this purpose. Assistance
was given to the Division of Tuberculosis Control in a statistical analysis of studies pertaining to surgery cases. This analysis was required for the evaluation of the management of surgical cases in the Division.
Special analyses were carried out in connection with a planned community-wide
X-ray survey in the Oliver district. In addition, a number of special requests of the
Division of Tuberculosis Control were met, including special tabulations of new cases
and of known cases on Vancouver Island, special tabulations of reported cases involving
pleurisy, and special listings of new cases in Vancouver City.
The ordering of printed forms used in the Division of Tuberculosis Control continued to be carried out by this Division and no change in the established policy was made.
However, consideration is being given to the transfer of this duty to the Division of
Tuberculosis Control now that certain procedures have been developed and tested.
Special tabulations and listings respecting Indian tuberculosis cases were prepared
for the benefit of the Indian health services.
Venereal-disease Statistics
Information relating to new notifications of venereal infection continued to be transmitted monthly to the Division by the Division of Venereal Disease Control in coded
form. This information was processed mechanically and subjected to statistical analysis
according to the patterns established in previous years. The Division participated in a
number of small studies initiated by the Division of Venereal Disease Control and assisted
in the planning and introduction of a special study on facilitation. The results of this
study are expected to be available toward the end of 1957.
Crippled Children's Registry
Supervision of the non-medical aspects of the Crippled Children's Registry is a
responsibility of this Division and occupies a major portion of the time of one research
assistant. The change-over of cases from the old record system to the new system, which
was outlined in last year's Report, has been progressing during the year. This work was
curtailed considerably, due to the shortage of staff in the Registry. P 60 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
It has become apparent that in many instances several members of the same family
are reported to the Registry. Consideration is therefore being given to setting up a special
register of such families. This would facilitate the study of the familial aspects of impairment amongst children.
Considerable time was spent by the research assistant in supervising certain non-
statistical functions of the Registry. These included assisting in the development of new
agencies or clinics providing services for handicapped children, lecturing to organizations
and to student groups respecting the work of the Registry, and attending many meetings
of allied organizations, such as the various divisions of the Community Chest and Council
of Greater Vancouver.
At the invitation of the Canadian Council of Crippled Children and Adults, the
research assistant assigned to the Registry addressed the annual meeting of the executive
of that organization, outlining the organization, development, and functions of the British
Columbia Crippled Children's Registry.
Mental-health Statistics
The Division continued to process the admission and separation reports of patients
moving in and out of institutions of the Mental Health Services. The extensive statistical
tabulations required for the Annual Report of the Mental Health Services were again
prepared, and certain changes designed to improve the effectiveness of the statistics were
made in consultation with the Director of Mental Health Services.
The statistical records on the resident population of the Provincial Mental Hospital
at Essondale were completed early in the year and the records for Woodlands School will
be completed in the near future. These statistical records are maintained on punch-cards
and are available for tabulation and analysis. Consultant service was extended in the
planning of the records and statistics required for the new day centre to be opened on
January 1st, 1957. Discussions are also being held in connection with the planning of
treatment-cards for Woodlands School, and from these treatment-cards cohort statistics
will be developed.
A special analysis was prepared for the Mental Health Services Annual Report. This
analysis dealt with the length of stay in the Provincial Mental Hospital of schizophrenic
patients in the period prior to the present treatment programme, compared to the situation
at the present time. The hypothesis that treatment has relieved the accumulation of
schizophrenic patients in the mental hospitals was proven. Furthermore, it was demonstrated that schizophrenic patients still present a serious problem in the planning of future
accommodation facilities in the Mental Health Services.
Cancer Statistics
The British Columbia Cancer Institute continued to abstract statistical data from its
case load and to forward this information to the Division of Vital Statistics in coded form
for mechanical tabulation. The processing of the backlog records in the British Columbia
Cancer Institute is expected to be concluded during 1957, at which time all of the relevant
medical records of the Institute will be available in punch-card form for tabulation and
statistical analysis.
During the year several special tabulations were prepared from the statistical punch-
cards which have already been processed. These tabulations were required for special
studies in the British Columbia Cancer Institute and for the statistical report of annual
admissions to the Institute.
The Division continued to operate the Province-wide cancer reporting system and
to prepare statistics on the reported incidence of malignancies in British Columbia. These
statistics were summarized in a special report published in the series " Division of Vital
Statistics Special Reports." VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956 P 61
Western Rehabilitation Centre Statistics
The Division rendered assistance to the Western Rehabilitation Centre in the designing of a statistical system which would yield information required for administrative
purposes and for programme evaluation. This is a relatively new field of statistical
activity, and it was necessary to devise a new pattern of statistics and statistical procedures
to meet the pecularities of rehabilitation work. It is anticipated that the new system may
become operative early in 1957. The Division of Vital Statistics has undertaken to use
its mechanical equipment to process the statistical records of the Rehabilitation Centre
and to assist in the analysis of the statistics which will be produced.
Infant and Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Statistics
In previous Annual Reports the special infant-mortality studies of the Division,
which are based on data abstracted from birth registrations, death registrations, and
physicians' notices of birth, have been described. In order to ensure a maximum utilization of the statistical resources available in this connection, a special committee was
established with representation from the Department of Pediatrics, the Department of
Obstetrics, and the Department of Public Health of the University of British Columbia,
as well as from the Division of Vital Statistics. This committee met several times during
the latter months of the year and planned a programme of statistical releases which it is
hoped will be of interest and value not only to the Health Branch and to the departments
of the University mentioned, but also to the practising physicians throughout the Province.
A special study of neonatal mortality in British Columbia was made during the year
and was presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Public Health Association.
Several aspects of neonatal mortality not previously measured or assessed in this Province
were brought out in the study.
The Division was also represented on the committee which has been planning a
comprehensive study of obstetrical cases and new-boms in Vancouver General Hospital.
The privilege of participating in this study is greatly appreciated since it makes possible
certain correlations with other statistical data being prepared by the Division.
Child Growth and Development Charts
At the request of the Director of the Central Vancouver Island Health Unit a number
of sources of height-weight data for children were investigated to determine their suitability in developing a simplified height and weight chart. Such a chart would be used
in the school health programme as a screening device.
It was found that no sufficiently large body of data of the type required for this
purpose was readily available, and it was therefore decided that the information would be
obtained by compilations based on the height and weight records of the children in the
Central Vancouver Island Health Unit. It was estimated that these records contain
approximately 100,000 individual height and weight measurements and would constitute
a most satisfactory basis for the height-weight charts. A programme of abstracting the
health records of the Central Vancouver Island Health Unit to obtain these data was
developed, based on the use of mechanical tabulation equipment in the Division. By the
end of the year approximately 50 per cent of the records had been processed, and it is
anticipated that the project will be concluded early in 1957.
Epidemiological Statistics
The recording and statistical aspects of the Province-wide notifiable-disease reporting
system constitute another responsibility of the Division. The routines established in connection with this statistical system are such that weekly totals by disease and by health
units are available on the Friday following the week of reporting.   During periods of P 62 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
increased incidence of poliomyelitis, an up-to-the-minute record is maintained in the
central office based upon telegraphic reporting.
The Division assisted in the planning of the poliomyelitis vaccination programme
by deriving estimates of the number of children by age-groups and health units.
An analysis of Salmonella infections was made during the year as a result of a
significant increase in the number of cases reported.
The new typhoid fever carrier registry referred to in last year's Report was finalized
and made operative during the year.
Periodic listings of deaths from staphylococcus infections were prepared during the
year and made available to the special committee appointed to study the extent of this
infection throughout the Province.
Periodic listings of deaths from poisonings were made available to the Director of
the Division of Environmental Management. These lists are used in determining the
extent and nature of poisoning fatalities occurring in the Province.
Morbidity Statistics
Morbidity statistics were compiled from the claims records of the British Columbia
Government Employees' Medical Services. These statistics were released in the Special
Reports series of the Division, and are described under that heading. A number of
special analyses respecting utilization of the medical services were prepared for the
executive board of the organization.
Other Assignments
The annual Medical Inspection of Schools Reports, covering all schools in the
Province, were again processed by the Division and the required analyses prepared.
Assistance was given to the Director of the Division of Public Health Nursing in the
analysis of the public health nurses' time study and in the compilation of statistics
respecting the several home-care programmes in operation in the Province.
Statistical inquiries from the public and from commercial firms were handled by the
Research Section.
Procedure Manuals
With the expanding scope of the statistical work of the Division and the increasing
variety of projects undertaken, it was considered necessary to develop procedure manuals
for each of the important statistical assignments carried. Several additions were made to
this set of manuals during the year and a number of existing manuals were revised.
Vital Statistics Special Reports
Seven reports were issued in the Vital Statistics Special Reports series during 1956.
The purpose of these publications is to provide a medium for the presentation of statistical data not appearing elsewhere, which is considered to be of sufficient interest to public
health personnel in this Province and to others to make its release in this form worth while.
The following is a synopsis of the material contained in the reports issued during 1956:—
Report No. 13 was entitled " Statistics on Malignant Neoplasms in British Columbia,
1955." It contained data on cancer cases as reported through the cancer registration
system and also on cancer deaths as registered with the Division of Vital Statistics.
Report No. 14, entitled "Accidents in British Columbia," presented two addresses
given at the Public Health Institute by members of the Research Section of the Division.
The first paper outlined various measures of the accidental-death problem in British
Columbia. The second paper discussed some of the circumstances surrounding accidental
deaths in the Province, and included a discussion of the main causes according to age-
group and place of occurrence. VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1956
P 63
Report No. 15, entitled "Morbidity Statistics of the British Columbia Government
Employees' Medical Services, December, 1954, to November, 1955," gave data on the
incidence and cost of illness for conditions for which the members of the Medical Services
received professional advice during the period indicated. The rate of illness in the scheme
was found to be 1,134 per 1,000 males and 1,400 per 1,000 females. Services utilized
for each 1,000 males numbered 3,341, and for each 1,000 females, 4,316. Cost per person was $117.30 for males and $25.41 for females.
Amongst males, injuries, respiratory infections, and conditions in the category diseases of the skin, diseases of the skeletal system, and congenital malformations were the
leading causes of illness, accounting for over 50 per cent of the total. For females, respiratory conditions, diseases of the genital urinary tract, and conditions in the category
diseases of the skin, diseases of the skeletal system, and congenital malformations were
the leading causes, resulting in over 40 per cent of the total.
Report No. 16 was entitled "Health Unit Statistics, British Columbia, 1955." It
was the fifth in a series presenting certain vital statistics data on an annual basis for the
various health units of the Province.
Report No. 17, entitled "British Columbia Dental Health Survey, 1956, Part I,
Procedure with Special Reference to Sampling Methods," contained a description of the
procedure and sampling methods used in the selection of samples for the 1956 Dental
Health Survey.
Report No. 18 was entitled "British Columbia Dental Health Survey, 1956, Part II,
Dental Health Indices for Greater Victoria, Greater Vancouver, and the Fraser Valley."
It set forth the results of the survey which was carried out amongst school-children in the
selected areas of the Province. The results were presented separately for each region and
also for the combined regions, and were cross-classified by age. The analyses revealed
significant differences in the dental-health indices for each region, although the pattern
by age was similar in each area, exhibiting a gradual decline in dental health from the
younger to the older ages.
Report No. 19 was entitled "Health Unit Statistics, British Columbia, 1948-51 and
1952-1955." This report was similar in format to the special reports on health-unit
statistics previously issued, except that it gave average rates for the two four-year periods
mentioned. Frequencies and rates based on the experience of a number of consecutive
years are less subject to chance variations and therefore serve as a more reliable index of
the situation existing in each health unit.  VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 65
PART III.—DETAILED TABLES OF BIRTHS, DEATHS,
MARRIAGES, ADOPTIONS, AND DIVORCES
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1956
(Classified by Place of Residence)
TABLE 1.—GENERAL SUMMARY OF BIRTHS, STILLBIRTHS, AND MARRIAGES
FOR CENSUS DIVISIONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Census Division
Live Births
Total
Male
Female
Live
Births in
Illegitimate
Stillbirths
Hospital
Births
35,624
2,207
413
202
10
3
456
17
7
120
5
1
147
4
1
888
26
10
606
32
2
1,142
50
14
639
41
5
173
4
5,307
230
56
13,222
857
149
4,521
244
60
45
6
799
33
9
716
23
11
122
15
1
232
19
3
117
12
2
279
23
2
890
104
8
13
4
188
23
2
169
23
3
195
13
2
55
8
2
341
13
3
841
63
9
120
5
56
20
547
37
7
278
47
6
306
26
5
49
9
10
1
11
15
2
47
11
572
63
10
341
11
9
85
12
79
3
1
1
1
190
15
2
507
29
6
Marriages
Excess of
Births
over
Deaths
British Columbia-
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._
DivisionNo. 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. 10d-
36,241
202
458
142
147
893
611
1,147
642
174
5,338
13,275
4,551
49
801
719
138
248
126
287
904
26
215
197
209
67
348
853
123
95
558
301
321
78
13
45
79
595
370
91
83
8
201
513
18,443
116
234
57
66
453
303
598
327
84
2,778
6,738
2,315
28
416
366
68
115
71
144
445
13
100
108
107
31
171
426
70
50
278
144
162
35
7
25
41
306
185
32
46
4
92
288
17,798
86
224
85
81
440
308
549
315
90
2,560
6,537
2,236
21
385
353
70
133
55
143
459
13
115
89
102
36
177
427
53
45
280
157
159
43
6
20
38
289
185
59
37
4
109
225
11,950
34
32
172
143
433
220
37
1,677
5,610
1,504
10
190
160
17
40
13
62
281
3
18
23
43
2
95
242
12
4
144
58
58
7
3
7
4
141
117
18
43
124
22,826
159
320
80
95
652
367
670
421
114
3,542
7,268
2,461
81
619
548
104
199
96
192
617
23
164
139
173
49
267
718
92
77
460
226
265
63
9
37
51
424
329
63
74
7
166
434
1 Excess of deaths over births. P 66
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
TABLE 2. —GENERAL SUMMARY OF BIRTHS, STILLBIRTHS, AND MARRIAGES FOR
INCORPORATED URBAN PLACES OF 1,000 POPULATION AND OVER, BRITISH
COLUMBIA,  1956.
Place
Live Births
Live
Births in
Hospital
Illegitimate
Births
Stillbirths
Marriages
Excess of
Births
Total
Male
Female
over
Deaths
City or Village
122
21
147
47
193
107
225
33
335
150
64
54
70
289
223
125
47
95
70
81
373
214
632
149
582
52
255
300
128
62
573
328
244
107
107
33
89
359
7,876
234
1,272
2,378
49
453
17
546
226
285
28
58
320
295
292
121
98
810
209
54
288
763
979
67
45
120
81
1,353
385
64
15
75
25
89
50
116
19
183
83
22
23
35
151
120
64
26
48
27
35
176
105
363
71
282
27
119
159
58
29
290
161
120
48
53
19
43
185
4,022
125
647
1,180
27
236
11
303
116
136
10
36
172
158
142
64
52
418
109
22
148
395
518
39
23
69
43
682
176
58
6
72
22
104
57
109
14
152
67
42
31
35
138
103
61
21
47
43
46
197
109
269
78
300
25
136
141
70
33
283
167
124
59
54
14
46
174
3,854
109
625
1,198
22
217
6
243
110
149
18
22
148
137
150
57
46
392
100
32
140
368
461
28
22
51
38
671
209
122
21
147
45
193
107
224
33
333
148
64
54
70
289
223
125
47
95
69
81
372
213
631
149
582
51
255
299
128
62
572
327
244
107
107
32
87
358
7,849
234
1,266
2,375
49
450
17
545
224
284
28
58
316
294
291
121
96
810
209
53
287
755
976
67
45
120
81
1,351
384
4
1
5
1
8
3
10
1
13
12
4
2
1
16
9
5
2
1
7
1
14
16
46
4
15
4
10
9
7
~38
36
15
3
2
5
4
4
650
13
70
114
4
21
1
12
6
10
-
8
12
11
1
2
12
15
2
7
22
32
2
1
2
1
55
14
1
3
1
1
~4
2
~3
2
2
1
—-
1
3
7
—3
3
1
~~8
7
2
1
3
4
3
90
3
17
25
~~2
10
2
6
7
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
3
16
13
1
1
1
17
2
49
15
41
6
103
64
45
30
103
82
45
22
33
178
143
38
31
13
22
81
177
85
549
36
184
49
101
114
43
21
237
102
77
29
28
45
34
105
4,626
168
730
482
9
136
101
Armstrong 	
127
35
Chilliwack
132
81
173
Creston.— _	
12
288
95
35
29
59
Kamloops 	
160
104
87
31
89
51
47
185
133
301
124
387
39
146
246
93
43
477
226
215
72
Rossland 	
88
15
66
Trail                            	
271
Vancouver	
3,404
140
466
District Municipality
1,710
Central Saanich „. — 	
24
351
12
52
50
160
To
69
73
84
10
29
66
65
1
87
98
119
447
158
200
24
33
175
193
183
84
45
643
23
45
221
600
631
50
1
19
25
205
99
28
86
34
Surrey	
894
206 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 67
TABLE 3.—LIVE BIRTHS AND LIVE BIRTHS IN HOSPITAL BY OCCURRENCE
AND RESIDENCE FOR CENSUS DIVISIONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1956
Total Births
Births in
Hospital
Census Division
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence, Occurrence
Elsewhere
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence, Occurrence
Elsewhere
36,133
186
452
141
128
788
706
1,184
737
121
5,374
13,499
4,689
21
646
753
87
220
9
124
1,232
11
28
171
203
11
344
907
64
42
653
263
371
28
4
37
39
660
340
86
64
7
177
526
36,241
202
458
142
147
893
611
1,147
642
174
5,338
13,275
4,551
49
801
719
138
248
126
287
904
26
215
197
209
67
348
853
123
95
558
301
321
78
13
45
79
595
370
91
83
8
201
513
88
1
11
7
8
20
124
113
121
9
617
838
204
196
17
17
8
27
125
29
76
26
62
581
614
66
28
196
27
53
68
117
175
34
15
187
31
13
56
25
17
60
55
54
38
14
50
9
10
41
19
37
7
19
1
31
27
35,527
186
451
119
128
783
702
1,179
735
120
5,341
13,451
4,664
18
643
750
71
201
35,624
202
456
120
147
888
606
1,142
639
173
5,307
13,222
4,521
45
799
716
122
232
117
279
890
13
188
169
195
55
341
841
120
56
547
278
306
49
10
11
47
572
341
85
79
1
190
507
88
1
11
6
8
20
124
113
121
9
614
837
203
185
Division No. la 	
Division No. lb	
Division No. lc   .
Division No. 2a	
Division No. 2b 	
17
16
7
27
125
28
Division No. 3a  	
Division No. 3b	
Division No. 3c	
76
25
62
580
Division No. 4b 	
608
60
27
Division No. 5c	
Division No. 5d	
41
61
2
40
39
61
195
27
51
37
68
117
Division No. 6b	
Division No. 6c	
12
362
117
1,217
12
361
174
34
13
1
144
188
187
Division No. 6f     	
5
7
5
6
'     Ji
71
1
30
13
55
Division No. 7c	
21
71
1
2
149
337
895
61
1
642
244
354
2
2
9
631
313
80
60
166
521
25
17
Division No. 8b     	
60
55
148
53
34
64
62
14
49
8
2
1
84
7
2
9
38
77
7
2
18
35
Division No. 9f	
7
19
1
7
40
7
40
31
Division No. lOd	
26 P 68
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
TABLE 4.— LIVE BIRTHS AND LIVE BIRTHS IN HOSPITAL BY OCCURRENCE AND
RESIDENCE FOR URBAN PLACES OF 1,000 POPULATION AND OVER, BRITISH
COLUMBIA,  1956.
Total Live Births
-ive Births
in Hospital
Place
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence, Occurrence
Elsewhere
Total by
Occur-
rence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence, Oc-
currence
Elsewhere
City or Village
122
21
147
47
193
107
225
33
335
150
64
54
70
289
223
125
47
95
70
81
373
214
632
149
582
52
255
300
128
62
573
328
244
107
107
33
89
359
7,876
234
1,272
2,378
49
453
17
546
226
285
28
58
320
295
292
121
98
810
209
54
288
763
979
67
45
120
81
1,353
385
53
139
122
2
10
45
193
107
224
5
124
12
3
7
70
5
2
12
47
95
9
2
20
7
75
149
166
2
6
11
127
62
13
6
7
9
9
9
2
5
478
9
18
1,511
49
15
17
546
224
284
28
58
64
294
39
121
45
810
209
53
3
757
977
67
45
120
49
1,217
384
72
276
122
21
147
45
193
107
224
33
333
148
64
54
70
289
223
125
47
95
69
81
372
213
631
149
582
51
255
299
128
62
572
327
244
107
107
32
87
358
7,849
234
1,266
2,375
49
450
17
545
224
284
28
58
316
294
291
121
96
810
209
53
287
755
976
67
45
120
81
1,351
384
53
139
1
132
120
386
58
73
691
279
59
122
Armstrong 	
72
276
2
2
10
45
	
193
1
132
120
386
58
73
691
280
59
107
Cranbrook _	
2
160
331
524
119
120
1
160
331
524
119
120
• 975
500
172
224
5
122
10
3
7
70
975
501
172
104
360
611
481
3,144
1
937
169
432
643
1
894
449
339
128
111
119
160
609
11,006
485
3,266
1,377
""858
1
2
1
5
Kelowna 	
Kimberley  -	
2
12
47
103
360
611
481
3,143
1
937
169
431
643
1
95
43
281
258
274
2,587
1
521
119
183
354
43
281
258
274
2,587
1
521
119
182
354
9
2
19
6
75
149
166
Oliver  	
1
6
10
127
334
126
102
30
13
94
73
255
3,606
260
2,011
510
420
62
334
127
102
30
13
95
73
255
3,608
260
2,012
510
420
-
894
447
339
128
111
117
158
608
10,980
485
3,261
1,375
12
6
Quesnel-  -
Revelstoke... 	
7
9
9
9
Sm'thers	
Trail                          	
2
5
Vancouver	
Vernon  	
475
9
16
District Municipality
Burnaby—   —	
1,510
49
855
15
17
545
Delta                 	
224
284
28
164
~415
"""429
.
78
163
~177
58
420
1
430
1
80
64
Maple Ridge...  	
Matsqui 	
294
177
1
27
39
121
27
53
45
810
	
209
1
338
6
3
53
53
-
337
3
755
976
	
67
	
45
35
138
120
Summerland— 	
35
140
1
3
4
3
4
49
1,217
384 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956 P 69
TABLE 5.—LIVE BIRTHS BY MONTH, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
*c3
Q
h
Months
d
03
>->
si
01
Ut
s
P.
<
>.
s
u
a
3
"3
3
<
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O
o
Z
Q
36,241
2,718
2,790
3,031
1                   1
2.918n.2<. 613.062
3,252
3,165
3,243
3,008
2,911
2,887
TABLE 6.—LIVE BIRTHS FOR CENSUS DIVISIONS BY TYPE OF ATTENDANCE,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Census Division
Total
Attended by-
Physician        Nurse
Midwife
Unattended
or
Not Stated
British Columbia-
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~
DivisionNo. 5a _
Division No. 5b..
Divislon No. 5c...
Division No. 5d._
Division No. 5e...
Division No. 5f.„
Division No. 6a._
Division No. 6b-
DivisionNo. 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. 10d-
36,241
202
458
142
147
893
611
1,147
642
174
5,338
13,275
4,551
49
801
719
138
248
126
287
904
26
215
197
209
67
348
853
123
95
558
301
321
78
13
45
79
595
370
91
83
8
201
513
33,039
202
456
138
147
832
566
1,080
593
172
4,837
11,455
4,288
46
787
713
125
239
119
285
888
15
188
180
200
55
342
120
58
551
284
307
50
10
26
52
577
348
82
79
1
192
508
44
2
13
46
3
11
2
10
1
3,112
61
42
67
48
2
501
1,819
262
3
14
6
13
7
5
2
10
9
26
15
9
12
6
5
3
24
7
16
13
27
2
15
12
10
12
1
2
7 P 70
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
TABLE 7.—LIVE BIRTHS IN INCORPORATED URBAN  PLACES OF  1,000 POPULATION
AND OVER BY TYPE OF ATTENDANCE, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Total
Attended by—
Unattended
Place
Physician
Nurse
Midwife
or   '
Not Stated
City or Village
122
21
147
47
193
107
225
33
335
150
64
54
70
289
223
125
47
95
70
81
373
214
632
149
582
52
255
300
128
62
573
328
244
107
107
33
89
359
7,876
234
1,272
2,378
49
453
17
546
226
285
28
58
320
295
292
121
98
810
209
54
288
863
979
67
45
120
81
1,353
385
122
21
.      147
47
190
107
223
33
334
145
64
54
69
288
204
125
47
95
69
81
262
203
581
149
526
52
223
289
122
62
572
328
244
107
107
33
89
333
6,626
218
1,156
2,151
49
384
17
485
211
270
28
58
294
264
260
119
98
687
209
54
288
672
935
67
45
118
81
1,173
364
—
1
3
Courtenay   —
2
1
5
Hope      — _ ..
Kamloops   —
Kelowna 	
1
1
19
Ladysmith  	
1
Nanaimo _„   _	
11
10
New Westminster .  	
51
56
32
11
Port Coquitlam  	
6
1
Revelstoke 	
Trail   	
Vancouver  _  	
Vernon   	
26
1,250
16
116
District Municipality
Burnaby   	
227
Chilliwhack _ _ _. 	
69
61
Delta   _	
15
15
Glenmore  	
Kent   	
Langley  	
26
31
32
Mission 	
2
123
Oak Bay                                          	
Richmond _   	
91
44
Spallumcheen  	
2
Summerland   	
Surrey        —
180
21 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1956 P 71
TABLE 8.-—LIVE BIRTHS BY AGES OF PARENTS, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Age of Father
o
s
o- ca
mute
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o
av
u <_
S'gg
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u, ™
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CJ H
1 «
II
5.1
Si
2 u
u. a
■a
O ra
E s
ra o
8%
i
29
136
423
851
1,220
1,586
1,816
1,941
2,128
2,255
2,189
2,174
2,034
1,908
1,692
1,658
1,464
1,452
1,223
1,137
1,025
935
679
569
466
333
275
184
121
74
31
11
4
3
1
3
13
45
69
127
174
176
135
129
120
138
104
106
98
77
89
71
71
65
69
3
14 „            -
9
51
95
103
75
26
12
2
6
3
1
15
70
260
539
783
947
909
769
632
388
257
151
57
51
28
23
7
6
4
2
5
2
1
14
15 „       	
2
12
61
175
288
498
730
946
1,135
1,345
1,276
1,175
964
723
404
268
157
139
62
51
29
30
12
6
9
2
2
3
1
5
26
55
94
133
172
273
385
495
625
734
803
877
847
716
630
433
345
226
137
70
54
24
8
14
9
4
l
l
4
16
15
23
38
55
104
106
168
201
233
268
374
407
451
476
464
410
379
248
187
114
54
31
19
8
5
1
i
74
16 „       _     - .
205
17 „       	
l
2
1
1
1
3
2
1
4
4
5
4
8
11
9
9
10
5
11
9
9
6
4
1
1
550
18 „     	
2
3
2
5
8
17
20
42
41
52
62
81
109
125
153
167
208
245
269
226
217
193
153
118
61
37
23
4
1
3
1
4
6
6
7
8
17
23
29
18
22
51
54
40
71
83
89
75
87
72
74
53
46
28
11
6
1
1
1
1,025
19 „        	
~~1
1
1,396
20 „ _ _	
1,721
21 „       	
1
1
3
3
4
3
4
9
3
14
18
15
21
14
27
22
23
12
27
25
24
25
17
14
10
3
2
1
1,945
22 „        	
2,061
23 ,,       -	
1
2
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
2
1
1
1
5
3
6
3
6
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
3
3
1
3
3
2
1
1
1
2,266
24 „        	
2,359
25 „        -
2,295
26 „   _   _ —
2,272
27 „       —
2,111
1,997
1,763
28 „     _  — -
29 „      	
1
30 „
1,729
1,529
31 „   .  „_ 	
32 „     	
1.521
33 ,,
541 1.977
34 „     -
56
36
41
30
37
23
13
16
6
7
5
1
1
1,193
35 „          	
1,061
976
36 „    	
37 „       	
709
38 „    	
606
39 „    	
489
40 „ _    _	
346
41 „
	
291
42 „       —
2
2
190
43 „
128
44 „
79
45 „
1
32
46 „    	
11
47 „    	
5
48 „  	
3
49 ;;  	
_.
1
1
1
Not stated    _.
2
4
6
7
Totals 	
382
5,907
10,503
8,198
4,861
2,645
987
348
119
49
25
10
34,034
2,207
36,241 P 72
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TABLE 10.—MULTIPLE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Total
Children
Born
Single
Sets of Twins
Sets of Triplets
Age of Mother
Live-
born
Stillborn
Both
Live-
born
1 Live-
born,
1 stillborn
Both
stillborn
All
Live-
born
2 Live-
born,
1 Stillborn
3
14
74
211
554
1,035
1,415
1,734
1,962
2,082
2,283
2,378
2,324
2,307
2,127
2,014
1,775
1,753
1,547
1,537
1,296
1,207
1,077
994
721
619
501
350
296
194
128
80
32
12
6
3
1
1
7
3
14
74
.    202
546
1,012
1,373
1,706
1,907
2,031
2,231
2,303
2,248
2,229
2,045
1,945
1,725
1,684
1,489
1,483
1,246
1,161
1,025
951
682
590
471
338
287
188
126
79
28
11
5
3
1
1
7
5
4
9
17
12
15
17
16
16
26
33
16
17
10
23
18
16
19
14
16
17
12
11
11
4
5
4
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6
9
7
18
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26    „      _	
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Totals	
36,654
35.450    1    386
376
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TABLE 11.—STILLBIRTHS BY SEX AND PERIOD OF GESTATION,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1956
Period of Gestation
Total
Male
Female
Period of Gestation
Total
Male
Female
17
6
31
9
31
10
18
15
38
22
8
3
17
2
14
6
8
8
21
14
9
3
14
7
17
4
10
7
17
8
43
27
107
10
18
2
1
8
19
16
44
3
9
1
~"s"
24
29      „
39     „      	
11
30     „
40     ,,
63
31     „        	
41     „   _	
7
32     „     	
42     „   	
9
33     „
43     „	
1
34     „                      	
44     „
1
35      „
3
Totals       . .
37     „
413
198
215 P 74
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
TABLE 12.—INFANT DEATHS AND INFANT DEATHS IN HOSPITAL BY OCCURRENCE
AND RESIDENCE FOR CENSUS DIVISIONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1956
Census Division
Total Infant Deaths
Total by
Occur-
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
Infant Deaths in Hospitals
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence.
Occurrence
Elsewhere
British Columbia-
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._
Dlvision 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-
DivisionNo. 9e._
Division No. 9f...
Division No. 10a„.
Division No. 10b-
Division No. 10c._
Division No. 10d..
935
4
11
4
6
17
20
36
17
3
93
318
126
14
13
4
9
1
7
50
1
8
10
9
1
6
18
5
6
18
10
15
3
4
33
11
4
3
15
944
5
11
5
6
23
13
35
18
6
107
281
125
2
14
15
7
9
2
15
39
1
19
12
9
3
7
19
7
8
10
11
16
6
7
28
15
5
3
1
5
14
7
47
11
1
3
3
3
21
10
3
2
3
5
3
2
11
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
4
3
762
3
9
4
4
13
18
29
13
2
77
274
11
12
6
44
6
2
"5
13
3
17
6
11
30
8
3
1
~2
14
770
4
9
5
4
19
10
28
15
4
91
239
114
1
12
14
3
6
1
14
33
n
7
3
2
6
15
5
2
8
7
12
3
3
25
12
4
4
13
7
45
10
1
....
3
3
2
21
10
3
1
3
5
3
1
11
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
4
3 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 75
TABLE 13.—INFANT DEATHS AND INFANT DEATHS IN HOSPITAL BY OCCURRENCE
AND RESIDENCE FOR URBAN PLACES OF 1,000 POPULATION AND OVER, BRITISH
COLUMBIA,  1956
Total Infant Deaths
Infant Deaths
in Hospitals
Place
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
City or Village
Alberni  	
Armstrong  	
" 1
6
~2
8
22
4
2
25
11
2
1
"5
10
19
15
47
22
1
8
12
15
26
4
5
2
6
1
13
257
11
69
22
12
....
"l"
6
3
4
1
2
1
"5
4
3
....
2
5
2
1
"2
1
"2"
5
""".
7
3
5
-
5
7
2
"l"
3
3
14
7
14
4
14
1
4
8
2
2
12
13
4
3
3
3
1
8
167
8
28
45
"8
"7
2
11
1
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11
6
4
3
14
3
"4
15
22
4
2
2
2
25
9
"T
4
"2"
5
16
2
21
6
"1
"2
9
7
9
36
11
1
4
6
"5
14
"2
"4
5
94
3
42
4
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5
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3
4
3
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2
2
2
1
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1
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1
27
"6
2
11
"2
8
4
3
1
13
3
12
19
4
2
1
20
7
1
6
"2"
8
22
4
2
25
10
1
1
"5
10
19
14
45
20
1
6
11
13
25
4
4
1
6
1
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234
10
65
16
10
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3
1
"2"
1
"2"
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1
7
3
4
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1
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3
3
14
5
13
4
12
1
3
8
2
2
10
12
4
2
2
3
1
5
144
7
25
39
"6
"7
2
11
6
8
6
3
3
13
3
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12
18
4
2
1
2
22
7
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4
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5
16
2
21
6
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7
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1
3
5
5
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41
4
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Castlegar 	
Chilliwack	
Courtenay. 	
1
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5
5
1
1
2
Kamloops 	
Kelowna 	
Kimberley	
"2"
1
2
Nanaimo 	
Nelson 	
New Westminster-	
2
"3
4
3
Oliver  	
1
2
2
2
Prince George.	
2
1
1
1
Trail
Vancouver —
Vernon  	
Victoria  _	
District Municipality
4
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27
Central Saanich 	
6
Delta 	
2
11
Kent         . -         	
2
Maple Ridge.. , .
Matsqui   	
8
4
3
North Cowichan	
North Vancouver	
Oak Bay   	
1
13
3
12
18
4
2
1
Surrey -	
19
7 P 76
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
TABLE 14.—CAUSE OF INFANT DEATHS
3
Cause of Death
Total
under
1 Year
T'l M.  F.
aO
M.
M.
F.
M.
F.
M.
M.IF.
I
M.
M.
045-048
057
085
140-205
204
210-229
273
325
340
391,392
470-475
480-483
490-493
500-502
543
560-570
571
572
750-759
760, 761
.0
.5
762
.0
.5
763
.0
.5
764
.0
.5
769
.0-.4
.5-.9
770
.0-.2
.5-.7
771
.0
.5
772
.0
.5
773
.0
.5
774-776
795
E900-E904
E916
E921, E922
E924, E925
E800-E962
All causes..
Dysentery, all forms.
Meningococcal infections..
Measles _
All malignant neoplasms1   ....
Leukaemia and aleuka.mia..
Benign neoplasms -
Diseases of thymus gland-
Mental deficiency-
Meningitis (non-meningococcal)	
Otitis media _ _.
Acute upper respiratory infection-
Influenza
Pneumonia (4 weeks and over)	
Bronchitis    	
Gastritis and duodenitis 	
Hernia and intestinal obstruction	
Gastro-enteritis and colitis .
Chronic enteritis and ulcerative colitis..
Congenital malformations	
Injury at birth  	
Without immaturity	
With immaturity..
Postnatal asphyxia and atelectasis .
Without immaturity 	
With immaturity _ 	
Pneumonia of new-born	
Without immaturity 	
With immaturity      	
Diarrhoea of new-born	
Without immaturity— 	
With immaturity 	
Maternal toxaemia 	
Without immaturity.—— —
With immaturity 	
Erythroblastosis .
Without immaturity 	
With immaturity  	
Haemorrhagic disease of new-born.—
Without immaturity	
With immaturity 	
Nutritional maladjustment	
Without immaturity 	
With immaturity .
Ill-defined diseases peculiar to early infancy .  	
Without immaturity— —
With immaturity — —	
Immaturity
Ill-defined and unknown causes _
Accidental falls.
. Accidents caused by fire   .
I Inhalation  and ingestion of food or
other object.
Accidental mechanical suffocation	
(Residual.) All other accidents	
Residuals:
Class I.   Infective and parasitic diseases
Class VI. Diseases of nervous system, etc	
Class VII. Diseases of circulatory
system 	
Class VIII. Diseases of respiratory
system	
Class IX. Diseases of digestive system
All other causes...
944
6
4
6
4
1
1
4
2
6
7
11
1
128
16
1
9
23
1
133
85
33
52
140
43
97
40
23
17
3
1
2
4
II
3
1
28
15
22
13
6
2
9
7
8
fi
1
1
5
7,
4
2
1
15
7
3
2
17.
5
181
102
2
2
1
6
2
13
5
7
4
5
3
10
4
4
1
435
3
3
4
3
1
1
1
1
4
3
3
1
62
4
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12
161
140
44
27
42
31
14
14
II     1
11     4
1
I - I
I
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1 Includes Hodgkin's disease, lukasmia, and aleukaemia. BY
SEX AND
AGE,
VITAL STATISTICS
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
REPORT
, 1956
P 77
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
TABLE  16.—GENERAL SUMMARY OF MORTALITY FOR CENSUS DIVISIONS,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Census Division
Total
Deaths
Hospital
Deaths
Infant
Deaths
Neonatal
Deaths
Maternal
Deaths
13,415
43
138
62
52
241
244
477
221
60
1,796
6,007
2,090
57
182
171
34
49
30
95
287
3
51
58
36
18
81
135
31
18
98
75
56
15
4
8
28
171
41
28
9
1
35
79
8,925
29
85
40
33
167
170
341
161
36
1,256
3,868
1,494
35
130
108
19
29
18
68
193
2
27
29
18
14
59
82
18
3
56
50
40
7
3
3
8
115
24
11
4
24
48
944
5
11
5
6
23
13
35
18
6
107
281
125
2
14
15
7
9
2
15
39
1
19
12
9
3
7
19
7
8
10
11
16
6
7
28
15
5
3
1
5
14
606
4
9
5
4
14
9
21
12
3
74
195
87
9
11
2
5
9
28
6
6
5
2
5
10
3
3
8
2
9
1
5
13
9
3
2
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10
13
1
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1
1
6
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Division No. 5b  	
1
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Division No. 6b    	
Division No. 6c  _ — _	
	
Division No. 6e  - 	
1
1
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Division No. 9b 	
	
Division No. 9_.. _  _
	 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 81
TABLE 17.—GENERAL SUMMARY OF MORTALITY FOR INCORPORATED URBAN
PLACES OF 1,000 POPULATION AND OVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Place
Total
Deaths
Hospital
Deaths
Infant
Deaths
Neonatal
Deaths
Maternal
Deaths
Alberni	
Armstrong	
Campbell River..
Castlegar	
Chilliwack	
Courtenay.-	
Cranbrook	
Creston ._
City or Village
Dawson Creek _
Duncan	
Fernie —	
Grand Forks-
Hope 	
Kamloops	
Kelowna	
Kimberley.
Ladysmith _
Lake Cowichan.
Merritt 	
Mission City	
Nanaimo _
Nelson.
New Westminster-
North Kamloops....
North Vancouver-
Oliver .
Penticton 	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam..
Port Moody	
Prince George-
Prince Rupert—
Quesnel —
Revelstoke	
Rossland —
Salmon Arm	
Smithers 	
Trail 	
Vancouver	
Vernon.	
Victoria	
Burnaby
Central Saanich-
Chilliwhack	
Coldstream	
Coquitlam	
Delta
Esquimalt —
Glenmore 	
Kent _ _
Langley _
Maple Ridge	
Matsqui	
Mission.
District Municipality
North Cowichan	
North Vancouver-
Oak Bay	
Pitt Meadows	
Powell River	
Richmond	
Saanich	
Salmon Arm.—	
Spallumcheen.-	
Sumas 	
Summerland	
Surrey..
West Vancouver-
21
22
20
12
61
26
52
21
47
55
29
25
11
129
119
38
16
6
19
34
188
81
331
25
195
13
109
54
35
19
96
102
29
35
19
18
23
88
4,472
94
806
668
25
102
5
99
68
85
4
25
145
102
109
37
53
167
186
9
67
163
348
17
17
34
47
459
179
16
10
14
10
42
18
35
12
27
43
23
18
7
93
94
26
12
3
13
25
143
66
245
20
137
10
79
39
26
10
62
74
15
24
12
17
18
68
2,871
65
570
447
18
64
3
82
46
70
2
11
106
68
80
21
38
115
128
7
52
99
250
12
10
23
32
324
99
1
3
3
14
7
14
4
14
1
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8
2
2
12
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8
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9
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11
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6
4
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5
4
2
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3
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
TABLE 18.—DEATHS AND DEATHS IN HOSPITAL BY OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE
FOR CENSUS DIVISIONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Total Deaths
Deaths in
Hospitals
Census Division
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
British Columbia	
13,443
13,415
196
168
8,911
8,925
83
97
Division No. la..	
Division No. lb —
Division No. lc	
38
128
55
43
138
62
6
11
6
11
21
13
21
82
30
29
85
40
2
9
3
10
12
13
46
194
254
52
241
244
4
15
48
10
62
38
27
120
184
33
167
170
2
8
44
8
Division No. 2b  	
Division No. 2c	
55
30
Division No. 3a	
469
211
47
477
221
60
54
29
2
62
39
15
340
149
26
341
161
36
46
17
47
29
10
Division No. 4a	
Division No. 4b 	
2,028
6,047
1,796
6,007
524
593
292
553
1,482
3,939
1,256
3,868
462
495
236
424
2,103
51
123
168
22
55
2,090
57
182
171
34
49
134
19
25
34
1
19
121
25
84
37
13
13
1,502
28
68
106
6
27
1,494
35
130
108
19
29
105
14
10
23
10
97
Division No. 5b —
Division No. 5c	
Division No. 5d 	
Division No. 5e 	
Division No. 5f—	
21
72
25
13
12
Division No. 6a	
Division No. 6b  —
Division No. 6c 	
Division No. 6d. 	
Division No. 6e _ -
Division No. 6f	
21
57
337
2
25
41
30
95
287
3
51
58
9
5
98
1
6
3
18
43
48
2
32
20
29
239
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18
68
193
2
27
29
2
79
18
41
33
2
27
18
37
9
70
36
18
81
12
5
10
11
14
21
12
45
18
14
59
3
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9
Division No. 7b	
Division No. 7c	
14
18
126
16
15
108
63
56
7
135
31
18
98
75
56
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2
35
4
8
29
17
3
25
16
8
8
68
4
61
38
38
82
18
3
56
50
40
7
10
23
1
6
24
Division No. 8b.	
Division No. 8c	
Division No. 8d 	
Division No. 8e  	
Division No. 8f—	
14
3
18
13
8
7
3
8
18
203
34
25
4
8
28
171
41
28
2
3
1
56
6
4
3
3
11
24
13
7
141
16
7
3
3
8
115
24
11
45
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3
3
Division No. 9c	
8
19
Division No. 9e	
Division No. 9f.—   _	
9
6
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9
1
29
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P 83
TABLE 19.—DEATHS AND DEATHS IN HOSPITAL BY OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE
FOR URBAN PLACES OF 1,000 POPULATION AND OVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1956
Total Deaths
Deaths in Hospitals
Place
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
City or Village
Alberni  ..._
Armstrong	
5
23
28
4
12
10
12
36
48
116
29
31
4
200
159
42
4
1
26
49
229
105
747
1
283
25
126
79
12
7
90
118
27
38
23
30
25
113
5,132
164
1,166
349
7
172
4
313
39
19
1
12
140
51
116
14
30
56
52
1
56
66
249
6
6
12
42
269
80
21
22
20
12
61
26
52
21
47
55
29
25
11
129
119
38
16
6
19
34
188
81
331
25
195
13
109
54
35
19
96
102
29
35
19
18
23
88
4,472
94
806
668
25
102
5
99
68
85
4
25
145
102
109
37
53
167
186
9
67
163
348
17
17
34
47
459
179
1
7
17
2
1
3
2
25
19
71
12
15
1
96
57
10
2
1
13
29
69
50
493
1
138
22
39
42
3
30
42
9
8
7
17
8
43
1,068
82
484
79
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3
292
14
6
1
36
18
35
1
3
18
3
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13
114
1
4
3
38
14
17
6
9
10
50
19
42
10
18
10
12
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14
6
6
14
28
26
77
25
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10
22
17
26
12
36
26
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5
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5
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18
408
12
124
398
18
11
4
78
43
72
3
14
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69
28
24
26
129
137
8
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110
213
12
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228
113
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104
25
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164
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66
245
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79
39
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15
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2,871
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68
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21
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Fernie  	
7
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Hope  - -
7
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Ladysmith	
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Nelson   	
23
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Rossland   .
5
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4
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359
18
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74
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69
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11
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61
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115
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7
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99
194
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6
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19
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6
8
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4
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(193)     -  —M.
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 - F.
22
11
18
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2
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A60
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lymphatic and haematopoietic system   M.
Ditto       - F.
Hodgkin's disease  (201) M.
      — F.
Other _   M.
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Ditto      F.
HI, IV.   Allergic disorders and endocrine,
metabolic, and blood diseases T.
Ditto  _ M.
„                                    —           F.
28
24
10
6
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18
4
11
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78
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2
36
35
2
7
10
35
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16
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6
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1
1
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428
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393
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2
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7
2
4
4
1
27
21
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1,780
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42
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39
37
96
110
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27
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60
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10
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A63
A64
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Diabetes mellitus -  M.
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Avitaminosis and other deficiency states F.
Anaemias     — _ M.
        F.
Allergic   disorders;    all   other   endocrine,
metabolic, and blood diseases  M.
Ditto _ - F.
V. Mental,   psychoneurotic,   and   personality disorders   T.
Ditto    M.
    F.
Psychoses M.
   F.
Psychoneuroses   and  disorders   of personality _ M.
Ditto           F.
Mental deficiency    _ M.
  - F.
VI. Diseases, of the nervous system and
sense organs      T.
Ditto —  M.
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Mi
6
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A66
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1
2
1
21
13
8
13
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26
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19
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A69
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23
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Non-meningococcal meningitis  M.
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1
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All other diseases of the nervous system
and sense organs    M.
Ditto      F.
VII.    Diseases of the circulatory system -T-
   - M.
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3
70
39
31
2
1
30
16
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4
4
A81
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190
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122
A82
A83
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F.
2
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2
7
A85
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3
2
1
13
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A87
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13
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A93
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A95
A96
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    M.
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A99
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3
A100
A101
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19
4
2
1
1
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2
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11
10
10
8
41
19
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3
17
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16
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2
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2
3
6
1
5
A104
A105
A106
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hcea of the new-born    M.
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Cirrhosis of liver —    M.
—           — F.
2
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„                                           F.
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
2
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X.    Diseases of the genito-urinary system
    T.
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10
9
1
1
A108 I Acute neDhritis    M.
1
31
1
31
1
1
	
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A109
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A110
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11
21
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5
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A112
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„__
A114
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6
7
2
2
2
1
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1
	
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A116
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 _ - — T.
Toxaemias   of  pregnancy  and  the puerpe-
—
A117
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        _    F.
A119
Abortion with sepsis     F.
Other complications  of pregnancy,  childbirth, and the puerperium  F.
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25
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2
1
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1
A125
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2
1
1
1
1
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8
1
2
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1
XIV.    Congenital malformations   T.
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5
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A127
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1
1
10
7
12
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47
49
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8
12
19
2
4
2
3
1
A128
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system             M.
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1
A129
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7
3
3
3
2
1
XV.    Certain diseases of early infancy... T.
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14
6
A130
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   F.
Postnatal asphyxia and atelectasis  M.
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2
A131
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2
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2
2
1
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.     F.
1
A134
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 „     - M.
1
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Ill-defined   diseases   peculiar   to   early   infancy, and immaturity unqualified —   M.
Ditto - F.
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conditions    — — T.
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A135
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A137
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... F.
3
1
2
7
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5
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1
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Motor-vehicle accidents  M.
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Traffic  accidents   (810-825)- _ M.
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6
4
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4
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2
1
1
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56
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1
1
1
1
1
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7
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Accident caused by fire and explosion of
combustible material    M.
Ditto           _               F.
10
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2 years	
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10 years-
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15 years..
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20 years..
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22 „ -
23 „ ..
24 „ ..
Total 10-14 years .
Total 15-19 years-
Total 20-24 years.
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27 „    ._
28 „    -
29 „    -
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30 years.
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32 „    _
33 „   _.
34 „    ..
Total 30-34 years..-
35 years..
36 „    -
37 „    -
38 „    ..
39 „    -
40 years_
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42 „ -
43 „ ..
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Total 35-39 years..
Total 40-44 years..
45 years.
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22
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58 „ ...
59 „ -
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62 „ ..
63 „ ..
64 „ ..
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67 „ _
68 „ ..
69 „ ..
70 years-
71 „ -
72 „ _
73 „ -
74 „ ..
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Total 65-69 years..
Total 70-74 years __
75 years-
76 „    _
77 „    -.
78 „    _
79 „   _
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80 years.
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82 „    -
83 „    ..
84 „    ..
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85 years_
86 „    _
87 „    ...
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89
90 years 	
91 „ 	
92 „ 	
93 „ 	
94 „ 	
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95 years  —
96 „  	
97 „ 	
98 „   	
99 „ 	
Total 95-99 years
100 years and over 	
Not stated  	
87
112
100
113
116
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69
71
81
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359
169
129
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146
94
52
141
92
49
165
116
49
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90
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255
172
123
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102
60
195
135
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209
131
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194
125
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616
316
254
177
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270
168
102
327
230
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322
213
109
312
206
106
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352
232
120
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299
154
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282
166
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270
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391
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406
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360
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5
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30
54
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TABLE 28.—MARRIAGES BY MARITAL STATUS OF BRIDEGROOM AND
BRIDE, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Marriages between—
Total Marriages
Bachelors and—
Widowers and—
Divorced Men and—
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
11,950. _	
9.181            332
696
165
337
111
569
187
372
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BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Total
Marital Status
/vge
Bachelors
Widowers
Divorced Men
Under 2
20-24 ye
25 29
681
4,817
3,052
1,203
627
430
328
240
161
118
117
122
54
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4,770
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1,128
TABLE 30.—MARRIAGES BY MARITAL STATUS AND AGE OF BRIDE,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Age
Total
Marital Status
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
3,381
4,307
1,685
820
531
406
282
164
113
101
82
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4,165
1,373
523
227
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57
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87
111
124
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79
74
72
56
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122
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856
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TABLE 33.—GENERAL SUMMARY OF BIRTHS FOR INDIANS BY CENSUS
DIVISIONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Census Division
Live Births
Live
Births in
Hospital
Total
Male
Female
Births
1,868
9
7
1
1
2
34
19
128
117
162
8
26
35
59
60
13
36
136
17
40
74
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40
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115
63
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6
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63
129
71
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24
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75
8
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9
54
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4
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31
75
36
18
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4
6
13
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48
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29
33
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38
34
25
16
14
25
14
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37
33
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32
54
35
36
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11
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9
7
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18
117
112
148
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51
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TABLE 34. —INDIAN LIVE BIRTHS AND INDIAN LIVE BIRTHS IN HOSPITAL BY
OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE FOR CENSUS DIVISIONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
1956.
Total Live Births
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Census Division
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By Residence,
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23
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148
172
2
30
35
48
83
3
15
173
11
25
59
72
11
25
33
1
38
44
99
90
28
4
28
31
190
53
53
9
7
19
24
1,868
9
7
1
1
2
34
19
128
117
162
8
26
35
59
60
13
36
136
17
40
74
69
40
27
28
2
46
23
115
63
56
6
33
63
129
71
54
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145
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32
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40
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TABLE 35.—LIVE BIRTHS OF INDIANS BY MONTH, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
Total
Month
Total for the Province..
1,868
136  143
I
169
163 ! 194
I
158
184
142
156
163
131  129
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32
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379
266
172
120
69
28
16
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1,334
534
1,868 P 130
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
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ORDER, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
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P 131
TABLE 38.—GENERAL SUMMARY OF MORTALITY FOR INDIANS BY CENSUS
DIVISION, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1956
Census Division
Total
Deaths
Hospital
Deaths
Infant
Deaths
Neonatal
Deaths
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TABLE 42.—CAUSE OF DEATH OF INDIANS BY SEX AND MONTH OF DEATH,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956
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1
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1
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2
2
1
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3
1
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2
2
2
1
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1
3
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2
3
1
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2
1
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1
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A47
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1
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1
2
2
1
1
3
1
2
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1
3
1
2
1
1
A70
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P 141
TABLE 42.-
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BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956—Continued
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3
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
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A83
A84
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3
1
1
2
3
2
1
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1
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1
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1
6
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2
3
1
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9
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1
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6
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7
10
3
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2
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3
1
13
9
4
1
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A90
A91
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pneumonia        - M.
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2
1
3
2
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4
1
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1
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2
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5
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3
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A105
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1
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1
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
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BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1956—Continued
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12
7
5
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5
3
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41
35
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10
7
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20
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All other congenital malformations..      M.
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Accident caused by fire and explosion of
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P 143
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BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1956—-Continued
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TABLE 43.—REGISTRATION OF ADOPTIONS ORDERED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA, BY YEAR OF COURT ORDER AND SEX OF CHILDREN, AND
BY WHOM ADOPTED,  1956.
Year of Court Order
Number of Orders
Entered and
Certificates Issued
Adopted by-
Total
Male
Female
Man and
Wife
Man
Only
Woman
Only
1954    	
1955 _  -    "■
1956  _    -	
50
577
1
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510
1
98
1,083
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99
1,087
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627       1       560
1,182
1
4
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TABLE 44.—REGISTRATION OF ADOPTIONS ORDERED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA, BY YEAR OF COURT ORDER AND SEX AND LEGITIMACY
OF CHILDREN,  1956.
Year of Court Order
Leg
timate Births
Illegitimate Births
Status Not Given
or Unknown
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
1954  - 	
1955	
1956	
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157
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399
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326
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725
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19
3
40
1
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1,087
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170
175
345
434
365
799
23      1       20
43
1,187
TABLE 45.—REGISTRATION OF ADOPTIONS ORDERED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA, BY BIRTHPLACE OF CHILDREN, 1956, WITH THE CUMULATIVE TOTALS FROM APRIL, 1920, TO DECEMBER 3 1st, 1956.
Place of Birth
Registered
in 1956
Apr., 1920,
to Dec. 31,
1956
Place of Birth
Registered
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Apr., 1920,
to Dec. 31,
1956
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406
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214
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Manitoba  	
Scotland _	
Wales -  	
Other British possessions  	
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4
11
132
Quebec. _ 	
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New Brunswick	
Other countries 	
19
24
Newfoundland and Labrador	
Totals 	
1,187
13,126 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1956
P 145
TABLE 46.—REGISTRATION OF DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY OF MARRIAGE, AND IUDICIAL SEPARATION ORDERED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA, BY SEX OF PETITIONER,  1952-56.
Dissolution of Marriage
Nullity of Marriage
Judicial Separation
Year
Sex of Petitioner
Total
Sex of Petitioner
Total
Sex of Petitioner
Total
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
1952 _ 	
565
541
499
513
967
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972
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1,478
1,471
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18
17
25
12
1953	
1954 —	
1955    	
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20
18
1956	
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25
TABLE 47.—REGISTRATION OF DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY OF MARRIAGE, AND IUDICIAL SEPARATION ORDERED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA, BY NUMBER AND SEX OF CHILDREN AFFECTED,  1952-56.
Male
Female
Total
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956     1952
1953 1 1954
1
1955
1956
1
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555
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18
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33
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33
27
44
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40
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53
Totals	
561 1    585
590
597
655
570
538 1    552 1   594
643
1,131
1,130
1,142
1,191
1,298
TABLE 48.—REGISTRATION OF DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY OF MARRIAGE, AND IUDICIAL SEPARATION ORDERED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA, BY DURATION OF MARRIAGE, 1952-56.
Years Married
Number
Years Married
Number
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
19
55
86
97
110
115
116
94
82
81
104
78
70
52
11
46
74
77
95
107
113
118
70
86
72
69
64
64
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83
96
95
108
106
101
71
70
70
70
68
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57
68
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95
103
89
112
89
83
78
67
63
68
12
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87
96
109
112
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110
86
81
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56
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29
28
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40
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59
45
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30 years but less than 40 years
40 years and over	
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1,525
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