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VITAL STATISTICS
OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTH
REPORT
FOR THE YEAR
1979
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1
  Victoria, B.C., December 31, 1981
Henry P. Bell-Irving, D.S.O., O.B.E., E.D.,
Lieutenant Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
|ay it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Report on Vital Statistics in the
[ovince of British Columbia for the year 1979.
J. A. NIELSEN
Minister of Health
l
 Ministry of Health,
Victoria, B.C., December 31, 1981 J
The Honourable J. A. Nielsen,
Minister of Health,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir: I have the honour to submit the One Hundred and Eighth Report on VitM
Statistics in the Province of British Columbia.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
PETER BAZOWSKI
Deputy Minister of Health
Division of Vital Statistics,
Victoria, B.C., December 31, 1981   .
Peter Bazowski,
Deputy Minister of Health, Victoria, B.C.
Sir: I have the honour to submit the One Hundred and Eighth Report on Vital
Statistics in the Province of British Columbia for the year ended December 31S
1979.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
A. H. HERSOM
Director of Vital Statistics
 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Pace
Introduction  1
Map Showing Regional Districts, British Columbia  3
PART I—REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE
DIVISION, 1979
Summary 8Ljo..shi»  4
Registration Services—
Administration of the Vital Statistics Act  4
Volume of Registrations  6
Registration of Births „  9
Registration of Deaths      9
Registration of Stillbirths  9
Registration of Marriages  10
Registration of Adoption Orders :.. ,0134. I&  10
Registration of Divorces  10
Administration of the Name Act .^^^.^.n.™.., ...,_»,  10
Administration of the Marriage Act :.  11
Registry of Wills Notices  14
Microfilm and Photographic Services...sC  14
Biostatistical Services—
Community Care Facilities Licensing Board  -.xixx  14
Community Vocational Rehabilitation Services 4St  15
Data Processing = - iJLt..:, 15
Dental Health  15
Health Surveillance Registry  15
Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality  16
Public Health Inspection  16
Public Health Nursing  16
Record Linkage   16
Tuberculosis Control  16
Vital Statistics  16
Other Services  17
Tables
Table 1—Registration Districts, Location of Offices, and Designation of
Appointees, as at December 31, 1979               5
Table 2—Summary of Registrations, British Columbia, 1936-79  6
Table 3—Volume of Searches Performed; Volume of Incoming Mail, Division of Vital Statistics British Columbia, 1970-79  8
Table 4—Revenue-producing Certifications Issued by the Central Office,
Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1970-79 8
Table 5—Revenue Collected by the Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1970-79 ^..  8
Table 6—Change of Name Applications Granted, by Marital Status and Sex of
Applicant, and Total Number of Persons Affected, British Columbia,
1941-79 -!.<*: _j3ji*sa.3« 11
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Table 7—Ministers and Clergymen Registered Under the Marriage Act and
Registrations Cancelled, British Columbia, 1979     12
Table 8—Ministers and Clergymen on Register at End of 1979 by Religious
Denomination, British Columbia     12
Graphs
Graph A—Summary of Volume of Registrations, Showing Total Received,
and Live Births, Deaths, and Marriages, British Columbia, 1921-79      7
Graph B—Crude Live Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates, British Columbia,
1921-79 >.     21
PART II—TREND TABLES WITH RATES
(By Place of Residence)
Prominent Features, 1979	
Long-term Trends of Population and Vital Events
Table 9—Population by Sex and Age-group, British Columbia, 1901-79     19
Table 10—Numbers of Live Births, Deaths, and Marriages, and Corresponding Crude Rates, Including the Standardized Death Rate, British Columbia, 1921-79     20
Table 11—Live Births, Deaths, and Natural Increase, British Columbia,
1921-79 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians,
and Registered Indians Only)    22
Trends of Live Births and Stillbirths
Table 12—Legitimate Live Births by Age of Mother, British Columbia,
1931-79 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians,
and Registered Indians Only)  ,_>(_ „.     23
Table 13—Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother, British Columbia,
1931-79 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians,
and Registered Indians Only) >...-.. _    24
Table 14—Live Births, by Age of Mother and Total Birth Order, British
Columbia, 1975-79     25
Table 15—Stillbirth Numbers and Rates, British Columbia, 1921-79     26
Trends of General Mortality
Table 16—Age-Sex Specific Death Rates, British Columbia, 1921-79     27
Table 17a—Deaths From 10 Main Causes, British Columbia, 1970-79.„.7.....    28
Table 17b—Deaths From 10 Main Causes Among Registered Indians, British •
Columbia, 1970-79 |art     29
Table 18—Deaths From Major Cardiovascular-Renal Diseases, British Columbia, 1975-79 ,:     30
Table 19—Deaths From Malignant Neoplasms by Site and Sex, British
Columbia, 1975-79 ^,^.^^...     31
Table 20—Rates of Death From Accidents and Violence by External Cause,
British Columbia, 1975-79    32
 Trends of Infant and Maternal Mortality
PjtoE
Table 21—Perinatal, Neonatal, Infant, and Maternal Death Rates, British
Columbia, 1970-79 (Total, Excluding Registered Indians, and Registered Indians Only)         33
Table 22—Infant Deaths by Cause, British Columbia, 1975-79 (Total, and
Registered Indians Only)  34
Table 23—Infant Deaths by Age at Death and Sex, British Columbia
1921-79 35
Main Causes of Death by Age-groups
""fable 24—Deaths From Four Main Causes in Each Specified Age-group,
British Columbia, 1979     36
Trends of Marriages, Adoptions, and Divorces
Table 25—Marriages Solemnized According to Type, British Columbia,
1970-79 „.:     38
Table 26—Adoption Orders Filed With the Division of Vital Statistics From
1975 to 1979, by Legitimacy and Sex of Child, Showing Year of Court
Order for 1979 Filings, British Columbia     38
Table 27—Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity Filed with the Division of Vital
Statistics From 1975 to 1979 by Sex of Petitioner, Showing Year of Court
Order for 1979 Filings, British Columbia     39
Table 28—Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity Filed With the Division of Vital
Statistics by Duration of Marriage, British Columbia, 1970-79     40
PART m—DETAILED STATISTICAL TABLES, 1979
(Classified by Place of Residence)
General Summary
Table 29—General Summary of Live Births, Deaths, Natural Increase, and
Marriages, for Regional Districts and Municipalities, British Columbia,
1979 3..:     41
Health Jurisdiction Statistics
Table 30—Live Births, Deaths, and Stillbirths, by Health Jurisdiction, British
Columbia, 1979.-^.1^ -«4*    45
Vital Statistics Registration Districts Statistics
Table 31—Births, Deaths and Marriages, by Vital Statistics Registration
District, British Columbia, 1979 ,-     46
Infant Mortality
Table 32—Infant Deaths, Total and in Hospital, by Places of Occurrence and
Residence for Regional Districts and Municipalities, British Columbia,
1979     47
Table 33—Infant Deaths by Selected Cause, Sex, and Age, British Columbia,
1979     48
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Table 34—Deaths, by Cause (Intermediate List), Sex, and Regional District,
British Columbia, 1979     50
Table 35—Non-transport Accidental Deaths by Place of Occurrence, External
Cause, and Sex, British Columbia, 1979 -h^L,,.*.-     74
Marriages
Table 36—Marriages Solemnized by Marital Status of Bridegroom and of
Bride, British Columbia, 1979 ..333     75
Table 37—Marriages Solemnized by Religious Denomination of Bridegroom
and of Bride, British Columbia, 1979     76
Table 38—Marriages Authorized by Banns or Licence, According to Religious Denomination of Officiating Minister, British Columbia, 1979...    77
Registered Indian Statistics
Live Births
Table 39—General Summary of Live Births Among Registered Indians for
Regional Districts, British Columbia, 1979     78
Deaths
Table 40—General Summary of Deaths Among Registered Indians for Regional Districts, British Columbia, 1979     79
Table 41—Infant Deaths of Registered Indians, by Cause, Sex, and Age,
British Columbia, 1979 ^.-     80
Table 42—Deaths of Registered Indians, by Cause, Sex, and Age, British
Columbia, 1979 <M-    82
Appendix
Deaths by Cause, Sex, and Age, According to the Detailed List, British
Columbia, 1979 ;»_ ,     87
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
INTRODUCTION
This Report is divided into three parts. Part I is an administrative report of the
activities of the Division, covering both registration and statistical functions, in the
year under review. Part II presents summarized serial tables, showing trends over
periods of varying lengths, usually accompanied by rates or percentages. Part III
presents further detailed analysis of the current year's data.
The data on births and deaths in Parts II and III in most cases relate to residents
of the Province and are generally classified by place cf residence. Where data by
place of occurrence are shown, the table headings make this clear. As marriages
involve the places of residence of two persons, it is the custom to show marriage
data by place of occurrence, a custom which is followed in this Report.
In connection with cause of death, comparability between years is affected by
major classification changes introduced in 1950 and 1969. In 1950 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
Cause of Death which was designed for classification of both mortality and
morbidity.
In 1969 a further major change in classification occurred with the implementation of the Eighth Revision. Certain categories such as mental disorders, cardiovascular diseases, perinatal conditions, and syphilis were subject to considerable revision. Also certain categories of external cause of accidents were expanded
to provide more detail. The Ninth Revision was brought into use in 1979 and while
it incorporated some changes, these were not as extensive as with the previous
revisions. The code numbers of both the Eighth and Ninth Revisions are presented
in the serial mortality tables of Part II.
The aforementioned serial tables do not reflect the adjustments resulting from
the querying of original cause of death information by the medical coder for the
years 1974-1977, because these adjustments were inadvertently omitted from the
computer data from which the printed tables were produced. Similar discrepancies
arising from the same cause, are reflected in the 1974, 1975, 1976 and 1977
reports. Readers who are interested in obtaining amended totals for specific
diagnostic categories should contact the Division of Vital Statistics.
Before 1968, vital statistics data for Indians were presented in terms of racial
origin only, but it was found that rates calculated on this basis were unreliable
because of the recognized weakness of available population estimates for racial
Indians. In all tables which present vital statistics rates for Indians, the figures are
now presented in terms of registered Indians, i.e., Indians by legal status, living on
or off reserves. In the reports for the years 1968 to 1973 data were presented
separately for registered and racial Jndians in selected tables of Part III.
The Appendix Table presents the cause of death by sex and age according to the
detailed list of the International Statistical Classification. Elsewhere in the Report,
some mortality data are classified according to the Intermediate List of the
Classification.
 ministry of health
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In 1971 the 46 census subdivisions were replaced by 29 regional districts as the
standard geographical divisions of the Province for census and related purposes.
The new divisions first appeared in selected tables of Part in in the 1971 Report, and
are uniformly adopted in the current Report wherever geographical divisions are
presented, except in the case of the table showing health jurisdiction statistics,
which was added commencing with the 1977 report, and the table showing statistics
of Vital Statistics Registration Districts, added commencing with the 1978 report.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT. 1979
MAP SHOWING REGIONAL DISTRICTS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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1.
Name                                          No.        Name
Alberni-Clayoquot.  I                        16. Greater Vancouver.
2.
Bulkley-Nechako.                              17. Kitimat-Stikine.
3.
Capital (Victoria area).                      18. Kootenay Boundary.
4.
Cariboo.                                             19. Mount Waddington.
5.
Central Coast.                                   20. Nanaimo.
6.
Central Fraser Valley.                       21. North Okanagan.
7.
Central Kootenay.                             22. Okanagan-Similkameen.
8.
Central Okanagan.                            23. Peace River-Liard.
9.
Columbia-Shuswap.                          24. Powell River.
10.
Comox-Strathcona.                           25. Skeena-Queen Charlotte.
11.
Cowichan Valley.                              26. Squamish-Lillooet.
12.
Dewdney-Alouette.                           27. Stikine.
13.
East Kootenay.                                  28. Sunshine Coast.
14.
Fraser-Cheam.                                   29. Thompson-Nicola.
15.
Fraser-Fort George.
 ministry of health
PART I—REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE
DIVISION, 1979
SUMMARY
The Division of Vital Statistics performs two major functions in the Health
Ministry. One of these is to administer the Province-wide vital statistics registration
system while the other is to provide a centralized biostatistical service to various
divisions of Community Health Services, and to certain voluntary health agencies.
The Division is required to administer the Vital Statistics Act, the Marriage
Act, and the Name Act and to operate a registry of wills notice under the Wills Act.
These vital statistics registration services are available to the public through the
central office in Victoria and district offices and suboffices located in the main
population centres throughout the Province. These are shown in Table 1 on page 5.
In order to carry out its extensive statistical responsibilities, the Division
employs a staff of trained biostatistic ians and statistical clerks located in Victoria I
and Vancouver, as well as a Data Processing Section which serves both major
functions of the Division.
REGISTRATION SERVICES
Administration of the Vital Statistics Act
A very substantial part of the Division's responsibilities is connected with the ,
administration of the Vital Statistics Act, which governs the registration of births,
stillbirths, marriages, deaths, adoptions, and divorces, as well as the issuance of
information and certificates based on registrations filed.
The Division received excellent co-operation from hospitals in arranging for
the registration of births by mothers during confinement, and in the submission of
monthly returns of births in hospital. Very good co-operation was also received
from physicians, lawyers, funeral directors, ministers of religion, government
agencies, and the general public in maintaining the timeliness and quality of
registrations.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
TABLE I—REGISTRATION DISTRICTS, LOCATION OF OFFICES  AND
DESIGNATION OF APPOINTEES, AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1979
Designation of
Appointee
JBOTSFORD Private Individual.
LBERNI Government Agent.
LERTBAY Private Individual'.;
ISHCROFT Government Agent.
KLIN Government Agent.
IgLKERVILLE (a) (See Quesnel)
[0RNS LAKE Government Agent.
ILmPBELL RIVER Government Agent.
:iSSIAR Private Individual.
laEMAINUS.J!. Municipal Clerk.
ISeTWYND Government Agent.
IBLlIWACK Government Agent.
tAYOQUOT (b) Government Agent.
■ Gold River. Municipal Clerk.
: Tahsis ~~~~ RCMP.
ILlNTON Government Agent.
I&UKTENAY Government Agent.
RANBROOK Government Agent.
[pESTON Government Agent.
IffNCAN Government Agent.
IroERBY „...:. Municipal Clerk.
[ERNIE ,v Government Agent.
IBiT NELSON Government Agent.
)RT ST. JAMES Government Agent.
)RT ST. JOHN Government Agent.
VNGES i Government Agent.
DLDEN Government Agent.
IAND FORKS Government Agent.
REENWOOD (c) Municipal Clerk.
VNEY Municipal Clerk.
pE Private Individual.
jgJSTON Government Agent.
RrERMERE Government Agent.
[XMLOOPS Government Agent.
! VSLO Government Agent.
SLOWNA Government Agent.
[MBERLEY Municipal Clerk.
TIMAT...........-,..._ Government Agent.
ff)YSMITH Municipal Clerk.
LLOOET Government Agent.
1'TTON Private Individual.
MACKENZIE Government Agent.
ItBRIDE (d) Private Individual.
McBride Municipal Clerk.
lERRITT Government Agent.
MISSION Private Individual.
Registration District:
Location of Office:
Designation of
NAKUSP (e) Court Clerk.
NANAIMO Government Agent.
NATAL (0 (See Femie)
NELSON Government Agent.
NEW DENVER (e) Private Individual.
NEW WESTMINSTER...Government Agent.
Langley Private Individual.
White Rock Registrar of Voters.
NORTH VANCOUVER.Private Individual.
OCEAN FALLS Private Individual.
Bella Bella Private Individual.
Bella Coola Government Agent.
OLIVER Government Agent.
100 MILE HOUSE Government Agent.
PENTICTON Government Agent.
POUCE COUPE (g) Government Agent.
POWELL RIVER Government Agent.
PRINCE GEORGE Government Agent.
PRINCE RUPERT Government Agent.
PRINCETON Government Agent.
QUATSINO (h) Government Agent.
Quatsino Private Individual.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE ...Government Agent.
Masset Private Individual.
QUESNEL Government Agent.
REVELSTOKE Government Agent.
ROSSLAND „™ .Government Agent.
SALMON ARM Government Agent.
SLOCAN CITY (e) Municipal Clerk.
SMITHERS Government Agent.
SQUAMISH Private Individual.
STEWART Government Agent.
SUMMERLAND (i) (See Penticton)
TELEGRAPH CREEK....Private Individual.
Dease Lake J.;. Private Individual.
TERRACE Government Agent.
TRAIL (j) (See Rossland)
Castlegar Private Individual.
VANCOUVER Vital Statistics personnel.
Sechelt Municipal Clerk.
Gibsons Private Individual.
VANDERHOOF Government Agent.
VERNON Government Agent.
VICTORIA Vital Statistics personnel.
WILLIAMS LAKE Government Agent.
nail letters indicate the
\    The capitalized names are the names of legally defined districts, while the name
j :ations of suboffices.
i    With few exceptions, registration districts are administered by District Registrars, and suboffices by Deputy
j strict Registrars. The exceptional cases are included among the following footnotes:
(a) The District Registrar for Quesnel District administers the Barkerville District directly.
(b) The Clayoquot District main office is located at Ucluelet.
(c) The District Registrar for Grand Forks District administers the Greenwood District through a Deputy
District Registrar.
(d) The McBride District main office is located at Valemount.
(e) The District Registrar for Nelson administers the Slocan, Nakusp and New Denver Districts through
Deputy District Registrars.
(0 The District Registrar for Fernie District administers the Natal District directly,
(g) The Pouce Coupe District main office is located at Dawson Creek,
(h) The Quatsino District main office is located at Port Hardy,
(i) The District Registrar for Penticton administers the Summerland District directly,
(j) The District Registrar for Rossland administers the Trail District directly.
 6 ministry of health
Volume of Registrations
The number of births, deaths, marriages, and stillbirths in Table 2 ara
related to the year of filing of registrations with the Division, hence will noB
necessarily coincide with those in Part II or Part III, which are related to the yeardfl
occurrence. In the case of adoptions, divorces, and wills notices, all figures in th1™
Report are presented in terms of the year of filing with the Division.
TABLE 2—SUMMARY OF REGISTRATIONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1936-79
Year
Live
Births
Dcalhs
Mar-
Still-
hirlhs
Adop-
Divorces'
Wills
Notices
Total    i
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
39,696
39.974
40.303
40.772
38.344
38.563
37.926
36.752
33.829
33.399
33.431
33.915
35,929
37.183
35.542
34,924
34,657
35.803
35.948
37.095
37.431
37.472
38,943
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
14.003
13.792
14.341
14.869
14,075
14.979
14.998
16.054
15,503
16.444
16.244
16.850
17.597
17.104
17.829
17.968
17.717
19.847
18.862
19.137
18.746
19.017
19.282
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
12.961
12.134
11.922
11.192
10.775
11.199
11.699
12,307
13,335
14.615
15.882
16.725
18.502
20.364
20.422
20.619
21.251
21.673
21.573
22.080
21.018
21.166
22.136
236
254
259
279
280
308
313
338
321
340
331
355
343
399
373
348
359
383
374
380
417
422
432
425
445
399
447
488
484
442
408
411
415
469
419
427
356
365
317
417
372
330
317
312
80
109
134
150
163
191
157
249
303
330
402
509
680
760
807
789
929
1,034
1,154
1.13!
1.187
1.172
1.269
1.253
1.500
1.484
1.403
1.485
1.558
2,167
2.156
2.183
2.223
2.736
2.939
2.578
1.863
1.839
1.704
1.637
1.794
1.99!
1,520
1.558
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
1,601
1.526
1,449
1.629
1,434
1.520
1.552
1.636
2.006
2.171
2,781
2.268
4.279
5.266
5,021
5.187
5,412
6.328
7,249
9.037
7,976
9,199
8,283
4412
2.254
1.363
1.500
2.200
2.700
3.989
4.279
4.100
4,700
5.200
6,386
7,821
6,333
7,122
8.301
8.405
11.298
11.475
11.188
13.480
15.241
16.850
17.331
17.682
19.295
23,525
27.233
34.570
37.295
40.877
46.611
46.217
50.854
1939	
1940	
29.736
34.826   *
1942 ..r..
1943	
39.484 1
40.935
40,009
41.4.10
49.183
1947	
54,4169
54,312,1
54.684
55.465
56.772
60.790
1953	
63.2553
63,850
1955	
66.263
69.322
76.241
76.948
76.026
77.529
74.812
76.516
79.446
80.266
1965	
78.470
82.713J
86,173
89.246
96.843J
100.957
101.114
104.442
108,474
120.242
122,981]
130.392
134.103
1978	
134.908
141.368
1 Decrees of dissolution and nullity.
1 Amendment of Wills Act providing for filing of wills notice:
with Division of Vital Statistics assented to March 28, 1945.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979                                                   7
GRAPH A—SUMMARY OF VOLUME OF REGISTRATIONS, SHOWING TOTAL' RECFIVFD
AND LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-79
MBER
LEGEND
1
UVE BIRTHS	
£00
MARRIAGES     ,	
100
90,000
80,000
.   /
70,000
M
40,000
30,000
/                  N
\
/
/
/
'__m\
M
/
f
20,000
10,000
K1 R—*^~
 ■""n."*
\- — ■—
'SjE
/
^Sk
1    1    1    1
1111
78'
1921          1926          1931          1936          1941          1946          1951         1956           1961           1966           1971                1S
YEAR
: legistrattons of stillbirths, adoptions, divorces, and wills notices in "Total."
1
 MINISTRY OF HEALTH
TABLE 3—VOLUME OF SEARCHES PERFORMED; VOLUME OF INCOMING MAIL,
DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-79
Searches
Year
Total
Searches
Searches
for
Government
Ministries
Other
Searches
Pieces of -, 9
Incoming' "*■
Mail
1970	
108,240
108.926
116,929
128.342
133,813
134,368
153,271
159.993
155,853
165,843
12,085
13.718
12.500
12.244
11,941
11,203
15.531
14,905
12,649
10.976
96,155
95,208
104.429
116.098
121.872
123,165
137,740
145,088
143,204
159.867
163.838
161,181
200.555
TABLE 4—REVENUE-PRODUCING CERTIFICATIONS ISSUED BY THE CENTRAL OFFICE,
DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-79
Type of Certification Issued
1970
1971]
1972
1973
197^
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
Certificates—
Birth   	
Death	
Marriage	
60.861
8.750
6.817
992
234
12
7.181
10.020
58.915
8.283
7,204
1.001
239
17
7.240
10.610
65.658
8.818
7.798
1.220
248
26
8.131
11.148
75.043
8,4635
8,592
1.697
303
22
9.124
11.621
78.194
9.085
8.220
1.881
263
3
10.143
12,609
79,340
8.969
8.601
1.995
225
17
10,806
12.531
89.120
9,527
10.141
2.095
319
7
12.007
12.663
95,243
9.866
10,888
3,131
331
21
12,607
12.334
92.198
9.821
10.582
3.089
307
20
13,621
12,733
102,437
8.859
12.189
3.419
Divorce	
298
13
Photographic copies	
Wills notice certification	
13,876
I2.374.J
94.867
93.509
103.047
114.867
120.398
122.484
135,879
144.421
142,371
153,4651
1 In January 1971 the activities ofthe District Registrar for the Vit
e therefore not reflected in this table after 1970.
teparated from the Central office, and
TABLE 5—REVENUE COLLECTED BY THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS,
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1970-79
Year
Total Revenue
Vital Statistics Act
Revenue
Marriage Act
Revenue
$
347,643.52
385.282.29
414,712.04
463.556.26
488,598.81
534,894.62
539,472.11
593,243.01
615.021.27
660,396.48
$
252.300.26
271,510.00
289,902.18
334.532.70
353.857.80
389,246.00
389.788.11
447,529.51
466,106.77
503,064.98
95,343.16
113.772.29
124,809.86
1973 :'„,	
129,023.56   .;
134.741.01
145,648.62
149.684.00
145.713.50
148.914.50
157.331.50
M
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979 9
Registration of Births
The responsibility for filing the completed registration of the birth of a child
with the appropriate district registrar lies with the parent. The attending physician is
required by law to report the birth within 48 hours of the event, although this
reporting does not constitute registration. Birth registrations increased by almost
four per cent, reflecting the similar change in the trend of births shown in Part II.
Legitimations—Under the Legitimacy Act, a child born out of wedlock 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 the registration originally filed, the new registration
showing the child to be legitimate. However, satisfactory evidence of paternity must
be first provided.
■There were 289 births legitimated in 1979, compared with 250 in 1978.
Alteration to given names—Under section 8 of the Vital Statistics Act, a
change made in a child's name before the age of 12 years may be entered on the birth
registration by means of a notation.
Alterations of given names in 1979 numbered 372, as compared with the 1978
figure of 322.
Delayed registrations cf birth—Special provision is made in the Vital Statistics Act for registration of a birth more than one year after the event. There were 320
delayed registrations of births processed during 1979, compared with 296 in 1978.
Fraudulent and improper registrations—The Vital Statistics Act makes provision for the cancellation of a registration of birth which has been fraudulently or
improperly obtained.
Registrations cancelled as fraudulent or improper numbered 46 in 1979, as
compared with 72 in 1978.
Registration of Deaths
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
with the appropriate district registrar lies with the undertaker in charge of the burial ,*
and the registration must be filed before the necessary burial permit is issued.
Classification of deaths for statistical purposes is made according to the
International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries, and Causes of Death,
and this classification is based upon the physician's certification. Where there is
doubt as to the cause to which the physician wishes the death assigned, he is queried
by the Division's Medical Coder.
As indicated in the Introduction, the Ninth Revision of the International
Classification of Diseases was adopted by this Province in 1979, in common with
the other provinces of Canada and a number of other countries.
Registration of Stillbirths
The term "birth" where used in the Vital Statistics Act includes stillbirths, but
separate forms are used for stillbirth registration. These forms combine the essential features of both birth and death registrations. In the revised Vital Statistics Act of
1962, the definition of a stillbirth reads as follows: "The complete expulsion or
extraction from its mother, after at least twenty weeks' pregnancy, of a product of
conception in which, after such expulsion or extraction, there is no breathing,
beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord, or unmistakable movement of
voluntary muscle."
There were 312 stillbirth registrations filed in 1979.
 1
10 MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Registration of Marriages
The responsibility for registering a marriage rests with the person solemnizing
the event, namely, the officiating clergyman or Marriage Commissioner.
Marriage registers are provided free of charge to clergymen 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 this 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 in Chambers. Thus every effort is made to protect the interest of the
adopted child and his adoptive parents.
Adoption orders filed with the Division in 1979 numbered 1,558, as compared
with 1,520 in 1978.
Registration of Divorce
The Vital Statistics Act also requires that all divorces and nullities granted in
the Province be filed with the Division. The Division is supplied with a certified
copy of each decree of dissolution or nullity by the Supreme Court Registrars.
There were 8,271 dissolutions of marriage and 12 nullities registered by this
Division in 1979. The comparable figures for 1978 were 9,165 dissolutions and 34
nullities.
Administration of the Name Act
The Name Act (formerly the Change of Name Act) provides a means whereby
persons may change either (heir given names or their surnames and the names of
their minor children upon meeting certain requirements set forth in the Act. The Act
expressly forbids changes of name which are not made in accordance with its
provisions, but exempts changes of name resulting from marriage, adoption, or
legitimation, or changes in the given name of a child made under the Vital Statistics
Act and prior to the child's 12th birthday. Amendments passed in March and
September 1977, provide for the formal adoption by a married woman of her
maiden surname or other surname held prior to her present marriage.
During 1979, 3,823 change of name applications were effected, as compared
to 3,594 changes in the previous year. Many of these*applications covered several
members in a single family, so that in total 4,592 individuals were affected. Thirty-
four per cent of the applications were made by divorced women, while an additional
22 per cent were made by married men, 15 per cent by married women, 12 per cent
by single women, and 11 per cent by single men.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
TABLE 6—CHANGE OF NAME APPLICATIONS GRANTED, BY MARITAL STATUS AND SEX OF
APPLICANT, AND TOTAL NUMBER OF PERSONS AFFECTED. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1941-79
Sex and Marital Status of Applicant
Year
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Separated
Total
Number
of
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
T
Affected
1941	
55
72
59
67
103
128
117
143
128
128
140
155
159
142
148
170
160
141
152
147
138
125
139
157
160
183-
162
197
181
232
250
247
315
308
320
323
460
428
440
7
17
25
27
33
36
32
35
46
33
39
59
48
51
53
58
62
46
58
60
41
41
57
74
79
78
74
70
85
119
121
142
211
258
245
280
396
368
470
37
67
92
74
119
146
128
134
140
138
154
167
175
158
165
163
210
205
195
192
198
192
202
200
190
224
227
281
272
304
245
360
539
598
575
611
852
828
856
2
5
8
10
14
7
3
11
8
12
II
13
6
12
15
16
13
13
11
16
21
23
20
33
26
44
55
45
55
70
III
116
138
123
239
409
579
2
1
3
6
3
10
3
3
2
1
2
5
4
3
1
5
4
5
4
4
7
6
2
7
7
4
6
8
6
7
9
8
II
7
3
2
5
5
4
3
7
5
4
5
9
3
8
7
8
3
7
14
13
12
12
9
13
9
19
16
28
27
27
13
22
31
49
51
41
48
58
74
66
4
I
4
21
8
7
15
4
9
5
6
9
4
13
7
8
7
II
10
9
15
II
6
10
16
9
19
15
20
26
37
44
39
45
56
51
3
6
10
25
39
29
17
19
25
17
40
35
IJ
24
27
26
24
33
34
19
41
34
45
46
56
64
73
67
100
88
162
284
334
534
615
898
1.232
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
4
75
189
37
98
141
158
145
228
228
256
302
276
277
301
331
345
306
327
348
384 '
359
361
351
351
331'
361
373
360
425
411
491'
480'
558
520
643
900
956
942
988
1.380
1.322
1,357
13
27
45
65
74
92
75
60
80
71
77
113
105
801
97
103
III
97
118
117
88
112
126
151
164
184
193
214
234
272
286
409'
655
759
958
1.066
1.666
2.272
2.466
III
168
203
210
302
380
331
362
356
348
378
444
450
3861
424
451
4951
456
479!
468
439
4433
487
524
524
609
604
7053
714'
830
806
1.052'
1,555
1.715
1.900
2.054
3,046
3,594
3,823
180
1943	
351
362
1945	
524
638
555
586
1949	
628
591
646
777
1953 	
768
702
743
769
929
865
825
819
743
752
812
879
816
984
915
1.154
1.058
1.150
1.046
1.451
2.060
2.248
2.374
2.549
3,853
4,449
53     1.314
4,592
U	
1 Includes two cases for which marital status was not stated.
2 Includes four cases for which marital status was not stated, three male and one female.
3 Includes one case for which marital status was not stated.
ADMINISTRATION OF THE MARRIAGE ACT
The Marriage A ct prescribes the legal requirements which must be observed in
connection with the solemnization of marriage, the legal qualifications of individuals to marry, and the authorization of ministers and clergymen and of Marriage
Commissioners to perform the marriage ceremony. Under this Act the Division of
Vital Statistics is required to license ministers and clergymen of established religious denominations who desire the authority to solemnize marriage. It is also the
responsibility of the Division to recommend for appointment Issuers of Marriage
Licences throughout the Province and to supervise their work. The actual registration of marriages solemnized and the issuance of marriage certificates are governed
by the Vital Statistics Act. ,
On December 31 1979, there were 3,093 ministers and clergymen authorized
to solemnize marriage. During the year, 421 resident clergymen and ministers were
licensed, while 356 licences for those residing in the Province were cancelled due to
 12 MINISTRY OF HEALTH
transfer out of the Province or due to death. In addition, 114 temporary licences
were issued to nonresident ministers and clergymen who were ministering in the
Province for brief periods only, and 115 such licences were cancelled.
Fifty orders of remarriage were issued under the Marriage Act in 1979.
TABLE 7—MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN REGISTERED UNDER THE MARRIAGE
ACT AND REGISTRATIONS CANCELLED. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Total number on register at end of 1978	
Total number registered during 1979	
Total number of registrations cancelled during 1979
lota! number on register at end of 1979	
3,029
535
TABLE 8—MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN ON REGISTER AT END OF 1979
BY RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Denomination
Advent Christian Conference  1
Adventist  69
Anglican  334
Apostolic Church of Canada (New)  16
Apostolic Church of the Pentecost....'  37
Apostolic Haith Mission  2
Associated Gospel Churches '. -* *.-.rfl>ni
Baptist Churches, Sapperton  3
Baptist Conference (Columbia)  25
Baptist Convention (Northwest)  18
Baptist Convention, (Regular) of British Columbia  89
Baptist Convention, Ukrainian Evangelical of Canada  2
Baptist Pacific Conference (North American)  24
Baptist Union of Western Canada  S4
Buddhist Churches of Canada *.j.K..i  3
Canadian Aimed Forces Chaplaincy  22
Canadian Reformed Church of New Westminster  6
Canadian Sunday School Mission Incorporated J..tA  4
Capilano Christian Community (North Vancouver)  1
Christ Church of China  1
Christadelphians  3
Christian and Missionary Alliance  62
Christian Apostolic Church  11
Christian Reformed  32
Church of Christ (Conservative)  25
Church of Christ (Independent)  6
Church of God, General Assembly of'tKe..? '.  ..v/^Wn
Church of God, Prophecy of	
Church of God (German)	
Church of God (Worldwide)  "
Church of Scientology.......  o
Church of the Nazarene  33
Churches of God	
Cloverdale Bible Way  2
Covenant Bible Fellowship -  2
Disciples of Christ „..*".•.	
Doukhobor Fraternal Society :  1
Emissaries of Divine Light v.  o
Evangelical Church .■ ,'.'.•.....'.    Tl
Evangelical Church of the Pentecost          v  °'
Evangelical Covenant Church of America •  "***
Evangelical Free Church L. '.'....'. -...'..*:.'. 52
Fellowship Deaconry Association of B.C  '
Fellowship of Christian Assemblies  '
Free Methodist Church  12
Glad Tidings Temple Missionary Society ,.  24
Global Missions Incorporated ,....".  *
Hutterian Brethren Church (South Peace)  *
Independent Assemblies of God, International    34
Indian Shaker Church      ****
International Foursquare Gospel Lighthouse.-                35
Jehovah's Witnesses                 "
Jewish Congregation, Beth Israel -...*' ^«l■'•'*•  2
Jewish Congregation, Emanu-El  '
Jewish Congregation, North Shore .'  '
Jewish Congregation, Schara Tzedek  5
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
13
TABLE 8—MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN ON REGISTER AT END OF 1979
BY RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION, BRITISH COLUMBIA—Continued
Denomination
Jewish, Temple Sholom .".....' .'....'.'.......*,... j
Latter-day Saints, Church of Alberta, Saskatchewan Mission  3
Latter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ, Alaska-Canadian Mission .... \(,
Latter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ (Cranbrook Stake)  g
Latter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ (Reorganized)  29
Latter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ (Vancouver Stake)  19
Latter-day Saints, Vernon, B.C. Stake...   9
Latter-day Saints, Victoria, B.C. Stake ,  14
Lutheran Church in America, Western Canada Synod  4
Lutheran Church (The), Missouri Synod  4
Lutheran Evangelical Church of Canada  5g
Lutheran Evangelical (Latvian)  1
Lutheran, St. Mark's Evangelical  2
Mennonite Brethren Churches of British Columbia  80
Mennonite Brethren Conference. Evangelical  6
Mennonite, Church of God in Christ  3
Mennonite Conference, Evangelical  5
Mennonite Conference, Evangelical Mission of Canada  2
Mennonite Conference of the United Mennonite Church in British Columbia  52
Mennonite Missionary Church  6
Mennonite Old Colony Church  2
Mennonite Old Colony Church of Saskatchewan  4
Mennonite Sommerfelder Church 2 4
Moravian Church in Canada „„  1
Muslim Association (B.C.)  5
Netherlands Reformed Congregation  ]
New Jerusalem, Church of the (Swedenborgian)  1
New Jerusalem, Church of the (Western Canada Conference) !.„....'.'.'„.'. .'.:...>..-. 2
Old Catholic Church of British Columbia  4
108 Chapel  1
Orthodox Church, Greek .. lii.fXiHX '.  2
Orthodox Church in America  2
Orthodox Church, Russian, Outside of Russia  2
Orthodox Church, Serbian .V.£i;„l  2
Orthodox Church, Serbian, St. Sava  1
Orthodox Church, Ukrainian of Canada  8
Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada j. .y.... 194
Pentecostal Church of Canada (Italian)  1
Pentecostal Holiness %,iS  9
Pentecostal United  18
People's Fellowship .*.'«.  3
Plymouth Brethren  62
Presbyterian   ,  80
Quaker (Society of Friends) '.'..'  7
Reformed Church in America  5
Reformed Episcopal Church  2
Reformed Episcopal Church of Our Lord  2
Roman Catholic  385
Salvation Army '.  82
Science of Mind Centre (Vancouver)  1
Shantymen's Christian Association  9
Sikh, Akali Singh Society =..:..  2
Sikh. Alberni Valley Gudwara Society  1
Sikh, Cultural Society *.r •:' •  ^
Sikh. Guru Nanak Cultural Association .\...  1
Sikh, Guru Nanak Temple (Delta)  	
Sikh, Guru Nanak Temple Society .,	
Sikh, Indo-Canadian Association of Prince Rupert	
Sikh, Kalghidar Shromani Society  2
Sikh, Khalsa Diwan Society	
Sikh, Paldi Khalsa Diwan Society  2
Sikh, Vishva Hindu Rarishad of B.C	
Solbrekken Evangelistic Association	
Spiritual Assembly of Victoria (Bahai s)  '
Spiritualist Alliance, International  '6
Spiritualist Association of Canada Inc. (National) ^	
Spiritualist Church, Open Door ,.	
Spiritualists* Association of British Columbia .  3
Standard Church of America, Incorporated                                2
Teury-Kyo Granville Church  '
Ukrainian Catholic Church of Canada	
Unitarian                              '°
United Church of Canada  37^
Unity Centre of Practical Christianity  ■*
Unity in Action	
Victoria Troth Centre	
Village Missions t  ';*
Zion Tabernacle   -
Total "M  3-093
 14 MINISTRY OF HEALTH
RliGISTRY OF WlLLS NOTICliS
The Registry of Wills Notices maintained by this Division under the Wills Act I
makes it possible for a testator to file with this Division a notice stating that he has
executed a will, and indicating where the will is deposited. The filing of a wills
notice is not mandatory, but provides a convenient means of ensuring that informal
tion which will lead to the discovery of the will should be readily available afteS
death. Adequate identifying information respecting the testator, such as date and]
place of birth, must be included in the wills notice.
In 1946, the first complete year in which notices were filed, there were onlyl
441 notices received. The figures for the last six years show the increasing use of the!
service by the public. They are as follows: 1974. 34,570; 1975, 37,295; 1976,
40,877; 1977,46,61 I, 1978,46,217,and 1979,50,854. Wills notice certifications
numbered 12,374 in 1979, compared to 12,733 in 1978
Microfilm and PiioroGRAPiuc Servicfs
All registrations of births, deaths, marjriages, and stillbirths, together with!
delayed registrations and amended registrations, were microfilmed weekly up tdl
July 1979. The film was forwarded under contract to Statistics Canada, where il waS
processed and positive rolls printed for their own use, after which the negative rolla
were relumed to this Division. Since July, 1979, the processing of films has been!
undertaken locally and positive rolls transmitted to Statistics Canada. The positiva
rolls are used by Statistics Canada in the compilation of national vital statistics and
the national indexes of births, deaths, and marriages.
In addition, the following documents are filmed on a continuing basisj
Physician's Notice of Birth, wills notices, adoption notices, change of name filesS
and various supplementary records which the Division is required to file under tha
Vital Statistics Act.
Extensive use is also made of the microfilm and photographic unit to providffl
.photoprints of vital statistics registrations and other documents in connection witffl
the administration of the Acts. In 1979, 65,109 photographic and copy machinS
prints were issued free of charge to government agencies, including a small numbefl
required for use by this office. In addition, 13,876 photographic prints were issueM
as certified copies at a charge of $2 per copy, as prescribed in the Vital Statistics AcM
BIOSTATISTICAL SERVICES
The Research Office in Victoria, and the Health Surveillance Registry in
Vancouver, have a combined staff of 22, including 9 research officers, and are
supported by a 14-member data processing office in Victoria.
The Research Section, in collaboration with the Data Processing SectionB
compiles vital statistics from the registrations of births, deaths, marriages, stillbirths, adoptions, and divorces. Certain of these statistics appear in the Annu™
Report of Vital Statistics. In addition, under the general direction of the CoordinaliM
of Research and Registration Services this group provides a wide range of managsB
ment information and research services to the Division of Vital Statistics, to varioffll
components of the Ministry, and to other government and private agencies and
individuals.
The Division's main statistical activities during 1979 are outlined below in
terms of subject-matter.
Community Carp: Facii.ith..s Licfnsinc; Board
The Division assisted the Community Care Facilities Licensing Board, by
providing sfatls'tics of the operation of personal care homes and day care centres.
 vital statistics report, 1979 15
Community Vocational Rehabilitation Services
A statistical information system was developed for Community Vocational
Rehabilitation Services (formerly the Division for Aid to the Handicapped), which
was designed to produce information on client profiles, and on expenditures
involved in maintaining the rehabilitation program.
Data Processing
During the year the Division's legal registration services benefitted in several
ways from computerization. One example was the introduction of Computer Output
Microfiche (C.O.M.) indexes for searching vital records in dealing with applica-
K>ns from the public. However, the traditional "hard-copy" (paper) indexes were
retained as supplementary sources.
Dental Health
Statistical consulting services were provided to the Division of Dental Health
Services, particularly in the planning of a Province-wide dental health survey of
hildren to be undertaken in 1980.
Health Surveillance Registry
The Health Surveillance Registry located in the Vancouver research office of
fie Division, maintains a register of chronic handicapping diseases, genetic and
Erth defects. During the year more than 12,600 new cases of congenital anomalies,
gnetic defects, and chronic handicapping conditions, were submitted for registra-
ren. The Registry supplied statistics on the incidence or prevalence of registered
onditions in the Province to researchers, planners, and health and educational
Eencies, both in B.C. and in other provinces and countries. The continuing
worldwide interest in morbidity registers, particularly registers of birth defects,
fas apparent as requests for information concerning the Registry were received
rom other provinces, the United States, Italy, and Australia.
I A major effort was devoted to converting the diagnostic codes of the entire
registry caseload to conform to the 9th revision of the International Classification
f Diseases. The computerized conversion methodology was documented for
ublication, so that the format may be adapted to other medical coding systems, and
p future revision of the LCD.
The Registry consultants in genetics, paediatrics and cancer, provided invalu-
ple advice and assistance in the maintenance of the registry and in research
irojects which utilized the Registry data.
The Health Surveillance Registry Annual Report, 1977, was printed early in
B79, and at the year-end a report for 1978 was being printed.
The Cancer Register continued to operate as a distinct unit within the Health
Bhreillance Registry, and the computerization of its reporting system was competed during the year. The Cancer Register staff collaborated closely with the
I'ancer Control Agency of B.C., in their preparations for a Province-wide cancer
liformation system.
The Register continued its collaboration with the Western Canada Cancer
registers Association, contributing to an on-going study of cancer incidence in the
ffir western provinces, as well as to an investigation into the etiology of malignant
iielanoma in some provinces.
 16 ministry of health
Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality
Two Research officers of the Division continued to serve as members of the
Continuing Advisory Subcommittee on Perinatal Care, which is a subcommittee of
the Medical Advisory Committee to the Minister of Health. A working group of the
subcommittee recommended certain revisions of the Physicians' Notice of Birth,
which were to be adopted for introduction in January, 1980.
The Division was also represented on the internal Perinatal Committee established during the year under the chairmanship of Dr. G. Bonham, Senior Assistant
Deputy Minister (Community Health Services).
The International Year of the Child prompted many requests for analysis of
data on perinatal statistics, which were dealt with by the research section. Among
the subjects of these inquiries, interest centred mostly around the incidence of
prematurity and low birth weight, causes of stillbirths, maternal risk factors in
childbirth, cerebral spasticity, the trend of caesarean sections, home births, and the
development of a Child Health Profile for the Province. Information on congenital 1
anomalies occurring in British Columbia births was provided on a weekly basis to
the National Surveillance System, maintained by the Federal Department of Health
and Welfare.
Public Health Inspection
Monthly statistical analyses of Health Inspectors' services to the public were
prepared. Consulting services were rendered to the Implementation Board appointed by the Ministries of Environment and Health, in undertaking a water quality
study of the Okanagan Basin. A methodology was developed and implemented for
surveying eight beaches in this area for fecal coliform levels.
Public Health Nursing
Monthly and annual statistics of nursing activities were prepared for the
Director of Public Health Nursing. Monthly statistics of home care services were
also prepared for the Associate Deputy Minister, Direct Care Community Services.
The volume of cases treated in this program increased rapidly, and the diagnostic
coding of these cases in 1979 was a major task, which required the adoption of the
new revision of the International Classification of Diseases at the beginning of the
year.
Record Linkage
The B.C. Record Linkage Project, in which the Medical Genetics Department '
of U.B.C. collaborates, made further progress in the development of a computerized system for monitoring congenital anomalies in the Province.
Tuberculosis Control
The Research section maintained the file Of known tuberculosis cases on I
behalf of the Division of TB Control. Alphabetical indexes were provided for use in I
the stationary diagnostic clinic, and an annual report on tuberculosis was prepared.!
Vital Statistics
Statistics derived from the vital statistics registration system were compiled in |
collaboration with Statistics Canada. A substantial part of the resulting tabulations
appears in the relevant Annual Report of Vital Statistics, while some unpublished
data are available on request.
 vital statistics report, 1979 17
Other Services
Consultative services in program evaluation were provided to several Divisions of the Ministry, and to individual health units. A major evaluative project,
relating to the effect of a post-cardiac exercise program on heart patients in the
South Okanagan, was funded by the B.C. Health Care Research Foundation.
Services were given to the Division of Epidemiology in the analysis of poison
control reports, and in the maintenance of registries of infectious diseases.
Monthly and annual statistics of the operations of the Division of Venereal
Disease Control were supplied to the Director of that Division.
The Research office in Victoria dealt with a wide variety of inquiries for vital
statistics and general demographic data, and exchanged statistical services with
'Statistics Canada, in pursuit of a long-standing Federal/Provincial arrangement.
 18 ministry of health
PART II—TREND TABLES WITH RATES
(By Place of Residence)
PROMINENT FEATURES
The 1979 population estimate for the Province was 2,571,200. This was
slightly more than a one and a half per cent increase over the 1978 figure of
2,530,100; the percentage increase between 1977 and 1978 was slightly below one
and one half per cent.
There was a slight increase in the birth rate this year to 14.9 per 1,000
population from the 1978 rate, 14.7. Illegitimate births, represented a record 14.8
per cent of all births, compared to 14.0 in 1978.
The marriage rate this year was slightly higher at 8.6 per 1,000 population.
The 1978 figure was 8.4.
The rate cf deaths per 1,000 population in 1979 continued at the record low
level of the last several years ,7.5 per 1,000 population. The standardized death rate
was 5.6 per 1,000 population, slightly below the previous year's figure.
Deaths from the leading cause, heart disease, declined in 1979. The rate per
1,000 population was down to 240, compared to 248 in 1978. Cancer was the
second leading cause this year, with a rate of 170, up from last year's 168 and the
seventh successive increase since 1972. The rate of deaths from cerebrovascular
disease was marginally higher this year compared to 1978 and continued as the
third leading cause. The death rate from accidents in 1979 increased by 10 per cent
from the previous year to 67, still well below the high rates of the early 1970s. The
suicide rate declined to 16, its lowest level for some years.
A record low infant mortality rate per 1,000 live births was established inl
1979, 11.3. The 1978 figure was 12.7.
There were about the same number of adoptions this year as last year, 1,558.
Dissolutions and nullities declined to 8,283 from last year's figure of 9,199.
	
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
LONG-TERM TRENDS OF POPULATION AND VITAL EVENTS
TABLE 9—POPULATION BY SEX AND AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1901-79
178.7
114.2
64.5
392.5
251.6
140.9
524.6
293.4
231.2
694.3
■385.2
309.1
817.8
435.0
382.8
1.165.2
597.0
568.2
1.398.5
720.5
678.0
1.629.1
829.1
800.0
1.873.7
948.6
925.1
1,945.0
983.6
961.4
2.003.0
1,011.2
991.8
2,060.0
1.038.4
1.021.6
2,128.0
1.071.9
1.056.1
2,184.6
1,100.4
1,084.2
2,241.4
1.114.2
2,302.4
1,156.0
1,146.4
2.375.7
1,190.9
1.184.8
2,433.2
1,217.8
1.215.4
2,466.6
1,232.5
1.234.1
2,493.8
1.244.1
1.249.7
2.530.1
1.260.5
1.269.6
2.571.2
1.279.5
1.291.8
0-4      5-9    10-14   15-19 20-29   10-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79   80
49.8
25.0
24.8
52.0
26.2
25.8
59.5
30.1
29.4
125.9
64.2
61.7
156.8
80.0
76.8
186.8
95 3
91.5
188.8
97.0
91.8
185.9
95.3
90.6
180.8
92.6
88.2
177.8
90.9
86.9
177.5
90.9
86.6
175.4
89.7
85.7
176.6
90.3
86.3
178.9
91.4
87.5
179.8
91.9
87.9
178.6
91.3
87.3
173..1
88.6
84.7
173.5
88 9
84.6
175 2
89.9
85.2
180.2
92.4
87.8
26.9
99.9
51.0
48.9
40.6
71.5
69.1
71.7
87.9
83 8
203.1
103.0
100.1
209.1
106.4
102.7
212.5
108.3
104.2
213.4
109.0
104.4
213.5
■09.2
■04.2
108.3
103.9
206.5
105.4
101.1
198 9
101 4
97.5
194.9
99.4
95.5
193.9
98.8
95.1
194.0
99.2
94.8
191.6
98.0
93.6
190.6
97.3
93.3
187.3
95.6
91 7
12.4
45.3
22.8
22.5
59.9
30.2
29.7
60.7
30,6
30.1
78.6
39.8
38.8
I08.S
55.4
53.1
150.7
76.9
73.8
182.4
93.4
89.0
191.9
98 I
93.8
200.6
102.4
98.2
209.0
106.5
102.5
217 I
110.5
106.6
222.3
113.2
109.1
227.6
116.1
111 5
232.5
1187
113.8
236.3
120 5
115.8
234 6
119.8
114.8
227.9
116.2
111.7
203.5
104 b
99.5
27.7
15.7
12.0
37.7
19.2
18.5
62.4
31.9
30.5
66.6
33.7
32.9
7(1 3
35.8
34.5
86.4
44 I
42.3
112.6
57.7
54.9
158.4
80.7
77.7
167 7
85.5
82.2
175 8
89 5
86.3
183.8
9.17
90 I
19.1 I
98.4
94.7
106.5
102 7
217 6
225 9
114.5
111.4
2.12 9
118 3
114.6
237.0
121.0
116.9
241.0
122.7
118.3
244.4
124.4
119.9
245.4
124.8
39.6
26.7
12.9
99.1
70.0
29.1
76.6
39.7
36.9
107.5
58 I
49.4
141.3
70 1
71.2
171.4
83.1
88.3
186.9
98.3
88.6
197.4
101.0
96.4
243.6
12.1 7
119.9
264.8
134.5
130.3
283.9
143 9
140.0
302.7
153.3
149.4
324.6
164 5
160.1
345.3
175.0
170.3
16.1.8
18.1 9
179.9
383.2
191 8
189 4
406.7
201.5
427.2
215.0
212.2
440.3
220.8
219.5
443.0
221.3
221.7
451.7
225.1
226.6
462.9
230.4
232.4
39.0
27.4
116
83.4
58.2
25.2
101.1
60.0
41.1
98.8
54.1
44.7
117.8
63.3
54.5
182.1
88.1
94.0
209.6
103.0
106.6
228.4
114.9
113.5
235.3
117.1
248.8
269.1
139.3
129.8
280.7
144.8
I 15 9
297.0
152.8
144.2
II! 0
159.4
164.4
157.2
338.9
172.9
166.0
356.8
IK J 7
175 I
373.4
189 8
183.6
23.2
16.7
6.5
50.3
34.8
15.5
80.4
50.3
30.1
112.5
68.1
44.4
100.6
53.8
46.8
143.3
76.3
67.0
181 2
93.6
87.6
209 I
103.3
105.8
231.0
113.6
117.4
238.3
117.6
120.7
244.5
121.4
121 1
124.8
254.8
128.3
126.5
257.7
130.9
126.8
259.3
132 J
126.8
263.2
1.15 1
128.1
266.7
M7.5
129 2
269.0
139.2
129.8
269.8
139.9
129.9
270.1
139 9
130.2
272.1
140.7
131.4
274.7
142.0
132.6
16.6
8.5
46.3
29.1
17.2
79.2
49.0
30.2
106.0
61.5
44.5
112.1
58.5
53.6
125.9
67 4
58.5
150.6
79.2
71.4
185.6
94.0
207 4
102a
105 2
214 6
104.9
109.7
220.8
107,7
II 1 1
228.7
III I
117.6
116.8
125.5
246.5
118.5
128.0
251.2
120.7
130.5
255.0
122.9
132.1
259.5
125.7
133.8
264.3
128.6
115 7
60.1
48.3
105.9
55.3
50.6
107 (I
53.6
53.4
121.7
61 1
60.4
76.7
160.3
168.4
82.6
85.8
177.9
86.5
91.4
187.0
90.1
96.9
191.5
92.5
101.0
198.6
94 2
104.4
201 8
95.1
106.7
205.8
96.3
109.5
98.3
44.8
51.5
101.8
46.7
55 I
105.7
48.8
56.9
109 7
50.8
58.9
114 6
53.0
61 6
119 2
55.0
38.3
lUtf-
19.6
45.5
20.4
25 I
47.3
20.9
26.4
48.1
20.9
27.2
49.0
20.9
50.6
20.7
20.4
31.0
52.6
20.4
12 2
53.4
20.3
33.1
54.6
20.5
ISource: Figures for 1901,1911,
(imatcd by Statistics Canada. The
males are re'
, 1961, 1966, 1971 and 1976 arec
ised figures based <m the 1976 ce
 20
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
TABLE 10—NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES,- AND CORRESPONDING CRUDE j
RATES, INCLUDING THE STANDARDIZED DEATH RATE1, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-79
(Rates per 1,000 population)
Marriages
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
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
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
1,482,000
1,538,000
1,567.000
1.602.000
1,629,100
1.660.000
1.699,000
1,745,000
1,797,000
1,873.674
1.945,000
2,003,000
2,060,000
2,128.000
2,184.620
2.241.400
2,302.400
2.375.700
2,433,200
2,466,610
2,493.800
2,530,100
2,571,200
10,653
10,166
10,00!
10.119
10,342
10,063
10,084
10,385
10.378
10.867
10.404
10.214
9,583
9,813
10,013
10,571
11,279
12,476
12,373
13.830
15.038
16,808
18,802
18,999
18,877
22.609
26,286
25,984
27,301
27,116
28,077
29,827
31,746
32,946
34,138
36,241
38,744
39,577
39,971
40,116
38,591
38.128
37.478
35.897
33,669
32,502
32,899
33,687
35,383
36,861
34.852
34.563
34.352
35.450
36,281
35,848
36,691
37,231
38,432
18.0
17.7
17.6
15.0
14.4
13.4
13.5
14.9
16.1
15.6
17.2
18.4
19.3
20.9
20.4
25.2
24.0
24.5
23.8
25.4
25.4
25.9
26.1
257
23.7
23.0
22.1
20.6
18.7
17.3
16.9
16.8
14.5
14.7
14.7
4,208
4,907
4,997
5,004
4,945
5,474
5,750
5,910
6,397
6,400
6,114
6,150
6,221
6,378
6,857
7,222
7,973
7,460
7.517
8,315
8,505
8,869
10.012
9.697
9,756
10,137
10,613
11,316
11,638
12,080
12,816
13,415
13,711
13,741
14,336
14,696
14,403
14,912
15,029
16.051
15.784
16.290
16.170
16.828
17.377
17,020
17,783
18,021
18.095
19.177
19,151
18,788
18,596
19,057
19,204
12.0
11.4
11.0
11.9
12.0
11.7
10.5
10.4
9.9
10.5
10.8
11.5
9.6
10.2
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
[,762
1,298
0,991
1,011
1,950
2,620
2,094
1,910
1,203
0,935
1,196
1,677
2,158
3,639
4,682
6.026
6.914
8,284
20,020
20,389
20,659
21,303
21,734
21,824
21,536
21,156
21.388
■ Standardized (age-adjusted) to 1956 Census Population of Canada.
 VHAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
-CRUDE LIVE BIRTH. DEATH, AND MARRIAGE RATES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-79
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TABLE 11—LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND NATURAL INCREASE,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-79
(Rates per 1,000 population)
A—Including Registered Indians
Average, 1921-25..
1926-30..
1931-35..
1936-40..
1941-45..
1946-50..
1951-55
1956-60..
1961-65..
1966-70..
1971
1972..
1973.,
1974.,
1975.
1976
1977.
1978..
1979..
10.256
10,356
10,005
12,105
17,705
25.859
31,347
38,930
36,753
34,266
34,852
34,563
34,352
35.450
36.281
35,848
36.691
37,231
38,432
21.5
17.1
16.0
15.4
14.9
14.9
14.9
14.5
4,812
5,987
6,346
7.697
9,368
10,992
12,233
13,980
15.236
16.737
17,783
18,021
18.095
19.177
19.151
18,788
18,596
19.057
19,204
8.6
9.3
8.9
9.9
10.5
10.2
9.8
7.6
7.5
5,444
4,369
3,659
4,408
8.337
14,867
19,114
24,950
21,517
17,529
17.069
16,542
16,257
16,273
17,130
17.060
18.095
18,173
19,228
9.8
6.8
5.1
5.7
9.3
13.8
15.3
16.4
12.6
6.8
7.0
B—Excluding Registered Indians
35.014
30.974
31.416
32.201
33.951
35,391
33,529
33,238
33.063
34,207
35,016
34,641
35,426
36,053
37,218
21.0
16.9
16.5
16.4
16.9
17.0
15.7
15.2
14.7
14.7
14.7
14.4
14.5
14.6
14.8
14.815
15.856
15.750
16,396
16.957
16.598
17.356
17,596
17,656
18.682
18.693
18.383
18.187
18.597
18.748
8.9
87
8.3
8.4
8.4
8.0
8.1
8.0
7.8
8.0
7.9
7.6
7.4
7.5
7.4
20.199
15.118
15.666
15,805
16,994
18,793
16,173
15,642
15,407
15,525
16.323
16,258
17,239
17,455
18.470
12
8
8
8
8
9
7
7
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
1
1
1968 _;..
1969	
1
4
0
6
1
8
7
9
7
1
1978	
1979	
1
3
C—Registered Indians Only
Average, 1961-65	
1966	
1.739
1.528
1.483
1.486
1.432
1,470
1,323
1,325
1.289
1,243
1,265
1.207
1,265
1,178
1,214
44.3
34.9
33.1
32.7
30.8
31.0
27.3
26.7
25.5
24.2
24.2
22.7
23.3
21.4
21.8
420
434
420
432
420
422
427
425
439
495
458
405
409
460
456
10.7
9.9
9.4
9.5
9.0
8.9
8.8
8.6
8.7
9.6
8.8
7.7
7.6
8.5
8.2
1,318
1,094
1,063
1,054
1,012
1,048
896
900
850
748
807
802
856
718
758
33.6
25.0
1967	
23.8
23.2
1969	
21.8
22.1
1971	
18.5
18.1
16.8
1974	
14.6
15.5
15.1
1977	
15.8
1978	
13.0
1979	
13.6
Note—The term "registered Indian," as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether living on or off reserves.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
TRENDS OF LIVE BIRTHS AND STILLBIRTHS
TABLE 12—LEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1931-79
(Showing percentage legitimate)
A—Including Registered Indians
23
5-19      20-24
25-29      30-34     35-39     40-44
Total
Legiti-
Average, 1931-35.
1936-40 I
1941-45 j
1946-50 j
1951-55 ..
1956-60.
1961-65..
1966-70 ..
197
1972.
1973
1974.
1975.
1976.
1977.
1978.
1979
620.6
767.8
891.8
.374.2
,911.4
i,105.8
i. 189.8
.175.4
.010
:,998
,912
:,752
,499
.102
,866
,748
.588
,759.2
.606.8
.028.4
,977.4
,204.2
,828.4
.711.2
476.4
,602
,162
,972
,045
,075
,726
.725
.259
.317
2,766.2
3.607.6
5.465.4
7,963.6
8.990.2
3.481.6
9,295.8
8.916.4
3.078
3,679
1,015
1,543
1,987
.153
,501
.836
1,907.6
2.134.2
3.422.6
5.010.4
6.361.6
7,066.2
6.063.6
4,380.0
4.087
4,187
4,066
4,471
4,772
4.857
5,551
6,033
6,464
1.138.6
1,099.8
1,552.2
2,391.0
3.084.4
3.854.4
3,302.8
2.079.6
1,461
1.272
1,170
1,114
1,092
1,192
1,175
1,294
1,376
425.2
365.2
410.6
570.4
835.6
1,012.4
990.0
587.4
349
308
239
227
230
194
176
192
42
0
6
40
2
4
50
8
4
55
6
3
68
4
4
60
6
0
41
8
1
9,675.0
11,631.0
16,816.2
24,343.0
29.448.8
36.424.6
33.615.2
29.759.6
30,616
30,633
30,398
31,167
31,671
31,231
31,666
32,036
32,749
95.0
94.1
93.9
93.6
91.5
86.8
87.8
88.6
88.5
88.0
87.3
87.1
86.3
86.0
85.2
-Excluding Registered Indians
Average, 1961—65
1966	
1967	
1968	
1969	
1970	
1971	
1972	
1973	
1974	
1975	
1976	
1977-	
1978	
1979	
3,061.8
3.170
3.043
2,925
3,006
3,164
2,906
2.870
2.810
2,656
2,395
2,021
1.801
1,693
1,524
9,230
9,972
10,186
10,715
11.413
11.381
10.934
10.748
10.842
10,862
10.526
10,549
10,099
10.148
9,022.0
7,786
7,917
8,532
9,376
10,046
9,934
10,555
10,902
11,421
11,879
12,029
12,036
12,393
12,745
4.195
4,227
4.270
4,307
4,004
4.127
4.017
4,431
4,733
4,823
5,509
5,994
6,418
3,190.4
2,351
2.139
1.935
1,904
1.702
1.427
1.250
1,144
1,105
1,280
1,359
948.6
686
608
562
489
481
337
297
227
219
171
188
55.0
57
32,513.2
27.671
27,908
28.416
29,798
31,145
30,017
30,057
29,870
30,689
31,179
30,784
31,237
31,656
32,360
88.2
87.8
90.3
89.8
89.0
88.9
88.2
87.8
86.9
C—Registered Indians Only
Average, 1961—65	
0.2
128.0
113
109
123
114
110
104
128
102
98
104
81
65
55
64
345.4
333
273
259
244
257
221
228
224
203
213
200
176
160
169
273.8
218
186
191
177
153
144
124
113
122
108
112
117
108
91
195.2
124
110
104
82
93
83
60
49
40
39
34
42
39
46
112.4
90
84
71
70
52
34
26
9
21
12
23
14
17
41.4
24
31
19
21
16
12
11
12
8
7
6
5
4
5.6
3
3
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1,102.0
905
797
769
708
681
599
576
528
480
492
447
429
380
389
63.4
59.2
53.7
1968 ••.	
1969	
1970 «	
517
49.4
46.3
45.3
43.5
41.0
38.6
38.9
37.0
33.9
32.3
1979	
32.0
Note—The term "registered Indian," as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether living on or off reserves.
 24
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
TABLE 13-
■ILLEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS1 BY AGE OF MOTHER,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1931-79
(Showing percentage illegitimate)
A—Including Registered Indians
Age-group (Years)
Illegiti.
Year
Under
15
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45
and
Over
Not
Stated
Illegiti,
per
of Live
Births
Average. 1931-35	
3.6
101.8
122.4
48.8
29.0
17.0
5.8
0.8
1.2
330.4
3.3
1936-40	
4.0
133.4
176 6
83.8
42.8
21.8
9.8
1.2
1.4
474.8
3.9
1941-45	
6.6
225.4
355.6
106.8
77.4
44.8
14.4
2.8
0.8
888.6
5.0
1946-50	
7.6
368.4
545.8
312.0
165.8
84.6
26.8
3.2
2.0
1,516.2
5.9
1951-55	
10.8
458.0
628.8
387.4
214.2
126.6
40.6
3.6
1.0
1.890.0
6.1
1956-60	
20.6
728.8
728.2
464.4
305.4
.91.8
61.0
4.4
0.6
2.505.2
6.4
1961-65	
22.0
1.021.6
1,023.6
493.6
314.6
190.0
62.6
6.8
0.6
3.137.4
8.5
1966-70	
38.0
1.782.4
1,543.0
634.0
295.4
159.8
50.0
3.6
1.0
4.507.2
13.1
1971	
39
1.765
1,386
614
279
115
34
2
2
4,236
12.2
39
43
1.696
1.621
1,239
1,223
580
642
235
284
104
109
34
32
3
3,930
3,954
11.4
11.5
1973	
33
40
1.751
1.908
1.403
1.483
714
777
261
278
91
102
28
2!
1
4,281
4,610
12.0
12.7
1975	
1976	
43
1,873
1.526
762
306
89
15
2
1
4,617
12.9
1977	
45
1,989
1.697
848
332
93
20
1
5,025
14.0
1978 L.I..
43
1.875
1,842
924
382
114
14
1
5,195
14.0
1979	
29
1.983
1,974
1.092
466
117
22
5,683
14.8
B—Excluding Registered Indians
Average, 1961-65	
18.2
842.8
799.8
385.2
247.6
151.2
50.2
5.2
0.6
2.500.8
7.1
32
21
37
37
26
29
31
1,299
1,481
1,483
1,657
1,771
1,478
1,390
1.311
1,049
1,093
1,375
1,449
1.482
1.144
982
970
461
480
515
557
571
497
469
534
263
239
224
260
234
234
186
232
142
152
117
142
122
100
90
88
53
38
45
43
28
29
32
27
3
5
7
1
2
3
1
I
1
3,303
3,508
3,785
4,153
4,246
3,512
3.181
3,193
10
11
II
10
9
10
7
2
8
0
5
6
0
1969 •„;	
1973 3	
1974	
27
1.411
1.139
608
228
78
27
3,518
It
3
1975	
30
1,561
1,216
677
244
89
19
1
3,837
11
0
1976	
28
1,546
1,247
683
261
75
15
1
1
3.857
11
1
31
31
20
1,615
1,541
1,651
1,409
1,556
1,667
747
817
984
288
342
415
82
98
101
16
II
20
I
1
4,189
4,397
4,858
II
13
8
1
1978	
1979	
C—Registered Indians Only
Average, 1961-65 «™^™.
5.8
178.8
223.8
108.4
67.0
38.8
12.4
1.6
636.6
36.6
10
7
8
7
9
13
210
228
229
241
313
287
230
255
262
268
252
242
90
119
125
127
125
117
48
44
52
57
56
45
28
21
29
18
28
15
7
12
12
6
6
5  \
623
686
717
724
789
724
40.8
46.3
48.3
50.6
53.7
54.7
1971	
1972	
10
306
257
111
49
14
2
749
56.5
1973 ,	
12
6
10
15
14
12
9
310
340
347
327
374
334
332
253
264
267
279
288
286
307
108
106
100
79
101
107
108
52
33
34
45
44
40
51
21
13
13
14
II
16
16
5
1
4
3
1
761
763
773
760
836
798
825
59.0
61.4
61.1
63.0
66.1
67.7
68.0
1976	
—
1 Includes births to unman
ied won
ten and births to married women where the husband was nc
t the infant's fath
r.
Note—The leim "registe
ted Indi
in," as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal stat
ts, whether livinj
on or off
reserves.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
-LIVE BIRTHS, BY AGE OF MOTHER AND TOTAL BIRTH ORDER',
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975-79
Order of Birth of Child
Total
Per
Cent
of All
Births
Age-group of
Mother and Year
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7lh
8th
9th
10th
and
Over
Not
Su'd
1975
Under 15 years	
41
3,615
6,757
4.838
1.265
234
702
4.316
4,948
1,768
350
74
1,180
2,064
1.144
310
15
237
659
534
199
49
163
181
131
14
57
85
96
22
31
48
1
5
20
37
6
9
21
I
13
34
1
1
41
4.407
12,558
12,764
5,050
1,460
1
0.1
34.6
35.2
13.9
4.0
Totals	
16,750
12,084
4,772
1.644
525
252
103
63
36
50
2
36,281
100
46.2
33.3
13.2
4.5
1.4
0.7
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
n
100
1976
46
3.188
6.606
4,939
1,284
263
1
697
4.238
4.956
1.873
388
80
1.134
2,112
1,169
337
1
7
213
627
521
204
41
188
179
126
17
49
80
78
2
22
34
43
1
8
9
31
10
15
4
19
i
3
46
3,975
12,252
12.903
5,163
1,504
5
Totals	
16,327
12,152
4,833
1.572
536
224
101
49
25
25
4
35,848
100
45.5
33.9
13.5
4.4
1.5
0.6
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.1
(7)
100
1977
45
3.154
6.770
5.123
1.557
265
623
4.261
4.970
2.146
357
63
1.102
2.085
1,322
319
12
226
583
536
220
2
39
148
178
125
16
63
65
87
5
14
38
36
1
13
17
30
1
14
18
1
10
27
1
1
1
45
3,855
12,422
13.001
5.883
1.484
1
33.9
16.0
35 years annd over	
4.1
Totals	
16.914
12,357
4,891
1,577
492
231
93
61
35
38
2
36,691
100
46.1
33.7
13.3
4.3
1.3
0.6
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
(!)
100
1978
42
2,973
6,692
5,478
1,833
335
2
568
4.046
5,023
2,307
429
67
1.082
2.130
1.448
381
14
220
549
507
198
1
47
158
188
123
10
55
82
70
1
14
24
35
1
9
15
22
5
5
11
1
4
6
18
1
1
44
3.623
12,101
13,425
6,415
1.622
1
0.1
15-19 yeais .3^1	
9.7
32.5
36.1
17.2
4.4
Not staled	
PI
Totals	
17.353
12,375
5.108
1.488
517
217
74
47
21
29
2
37.231
100
Per cent of all births	
46.6
33.2
13.7
4.0
1.4
0.6
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
P)
100
1979
15-19 years	
29
2.982
6.913
5.716
1.982
346
530
4,008
5.206
2.5%
468
51
1.104
2.180
1,484
372
6
226
617
542
234
22
149
196
116
14
44
76
61
II
30
32
1
3
12
22
1
1
7
10
1
1
5
20
1
2
29
3,571
12,291
13,928
6,930
1.681
2
0.1
9.3
32.0
36.2
18.0
4.4
(')
17,968
12,808
5,191
1.625
485
195
73
38
19
27
3
38.432
100
Per cent of all births	
46.7
33.3
13.5
4.2
1.3
0.5
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0)
100
1 Order of birth of child is determined on the basis of total births to the mother, which include live births and stillbirths but exclude
abortions and miscarriages.
2 Less than 0.05.
 26
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
TABLE 15—STILLBIRTH NUMBERS AND RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921
Year
Number of
Stillbirths
Number of
Live Births
Rate per
1,000 Live
Births
28 Week* Gestation Period and Over
288
286
247
249
307
353
374
418
370
311
310'
238
243
252
285
252
234*
226
209'
HI
112
124
1083
1114
117
137
1114
132'
118
96
112
129
109
932
104
98'
10.256
10.355
10,005
12.106
17.705
25,859
31.347
38,930
36,753
34,266
34,852
34,563
34,352
35.450
36.281
35,848
36,691
37,231
38,432
37.478
35,897
33,669
32,502
32,899
33,687
35.383
38.861
34,852
34,563
34,352
35,450
36,281
35,848
36,691
37,231
38,432
197
197
197
197
197
197
197
197
197
196
196
196
196
196
196
196
197
197
197
197
197
197
197
197
197
197
20-27 Week* Gcslatum Period
3.1
3.7
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.9
3.0
3.8
3.4
2.8
3.2
3.6
3.0
2.5
2.8
2.5
1 There were four stillbirths for which gestation period was not stated.
2 There were three stillbirths for which gestation period was not stated.
3 There were two stillbirths for which gestation period was not stated.
4 There was one stillbirth for which gestation period was not stated.
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MINISTRY OF HEALTH
TABLE 18—DEATHS FROM MAJOR CARDIOVASCULAR-RENAL DISEASES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975-79
Ninth'
Revision,
Intcrmed.
Int. List No.
Eighth2
Revision.
Inlcrmcd.
Cause of Death
(3)
AI28-A13I,
AI33
AI35-A1484
A132, AI34
AI49-AI55
A156-AI58
AI59. AI60
A194, AI953
A80
A81. A82a.
A83. A84
A82b
A85
A86
A87. A88
A105, AI06
Active rheumatic fever	
Diseases of the heart	
Other hypertensive disease	
Cerebrovascular disease	
Diseases of the arteries, arterioles, and capillaries 	
Other diseases of the circulatory system	
Nephritis and nephrosis	
Totals	
Percent of all deaths	
Rate per [00,000 population	
9,018
47.1
370.6
8,829
47.5
354.0
6.282
62
1.867
9.005
47.3
355.9
8.864
46.2
344.7
' Applies to 1979.
2 Applies to 1975-78.
3 Comprises Ninth Revision Detailed International List Nos. 390 and 392.9, which comprise part of Intermediate List No. A127.
4 Includes also the following Ninth Revision Detailed International List Nos. comprising part of Intermediate List No. A127: 391,1
392.0.
3 Includes also the following Ninth Revision Detailed International List Nos. comprising part of Intermediate List No. A196:582,583.
Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table for the years 1975-77. See
Introduction.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
TABLE 19—DEATHS FROM MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS, BY SITE AND SEX
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975-79
A—Numbers
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
A50
A5I
A53
A54
A55
A56
A57
A58
A59
A60
Malignant Neoplasm of—
Bucal cavity and pharynx...
Oesophagus	
Stomach	
Intestine, except rectum ....
Rectum and rectosigmoid
junction	
Larynx .......,.'
Trachea, and of bronchus
and lung not specified as
secondary .,,„;.
Bones	
Skin	
Breast	
Cervix uteri	
Other and unspecified parts
of uterus	
Prosiaie	
Other and unspecified sites.
Leukaemia and aleukaemia.
Lymphosarcoma and other
neoplasms of lymphatic
and haematopoietic
system
Totals	
Percent of all deaths
1,822
23.4
287
6
1,996
24.4
B—Rate per 100,000 Population
A37-A40
A45
Bucal cavity and pharynx...
4.1
1.6
3.6
1.3
4.3
2.1
4.0
1.7
4.8
1.9
l    A4I
A46
Oesophagus	
3.9
1.3
3.7
2.3
4.3
2.0
4.9
1.9
5.0
1.7
r  A42
A47
Stomach	
13.6
8.1
11.8
7.9
13.3
7.1
11.9
7.2
12.5
6.3
JA43-A48
A48
Intestine, except rectum ....
14.3
16.2
14.8
16.0
15.8
16.7
18.5
18.7
14.8
17.3
A49
A49
Rectum and rectosigmoid
junction	
7.5
4.3
7.5
5.3
7.4
6.2
8.4
5.4
7.6
5.8
A56
A50
Larynx	
1.7
0.7
1.4
0.2
2.3
0.2
1.7
0.2
1.1
0.2
I    A57
A5I
Trachea, and of bronchus
and [ung not specified as
51.8
15.5
57.4
15.6
55.1
17.1
54.6
19.5
57.5
22.2
A59
A52
Bones	
0.6
0.6
0.9
0.6
0.3
0.2
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.5
j A61, A62
A53
Skin	
2.2
1 1
12
1.7
2.1
1.8
2.7
1.6
1.8
1.5
A63. A69
A54
Breast	
0.2
26.4
0.1
28.5
0.3
30.9
27.0
0.2
31.7
A65
A55
Cervix uteri	
4.0
3.8
4.1
5.6
3.2
1   A66
A56
Other and unspecified parts
of uterus	
3.9
4.3
3.9
4.0
4.0
A69
A57
20.8
19.1
18.1
21.3
20.6
A50-A55
A58
Other and unspecified sites.
40.7
38.0
38.5
41.2
38.7
40.0
42.3
38.6
43.8
44.9
A58, A60
! A67, A68
A70-A78
A83-A86
A59
Leukaemia and aleukaemia.
9.1
5.3
6.6
3.8
8.0
4.4
8.3
3.9
6.3
5.1
A79-A82
A60
Lymphosarcoma and other
neoplasms of lymphatic
and      haematopoietic
system
Totals	
10.2
6.6
10.9
7.7
9.6
8.2
10.9
9.6
9.3
180.7
134.7
177.2
140.3
179.7
145.8
190.0
145.6
186.1
154.5
■ ' Applies to 1979.
3 Applies to 1975-78.
■ Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical codei
itroduction.
i queries are not reflected in this table for the years 1975-1977. Set
 32
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DEATHS FROM ACCIDENTS AND VIOLENCE
In order to obtain as much information as possible regarding deaths from j
accidents and violence, a dual coding is used. These deaths are classified according
tti the external cause and also according to the nature cf the injury. Statistics
showing both types of classification are presented in the detailed tables in Part in of 1
this Report.
TABLE 20—RATES OF DEATH FROM ACCIDENTS AND VIOLENCE. BY EXTERNAL CAUSE,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975-79
(Rates per 100,000 population)
Ninth1
Eighth2
Revision,
Interrned.
Int. List No.
External Cause of Death
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
Inlcrmcd
Int. List No.
No.
Rate
No.
Rate
No.
Rate
No.
Rate
No.
Rate
AE235-AE241
AE234.
AE242-AE244
AE246-AE248
AE138
AEI29
AEI40
AE14I
AEI42
AE143
AE144
AE145
AE146
AE147
AE148
AE149
AE150
Motor-vehicle accident...
Other transport accident .
Accidental poisoning	
770
133
228
324
109
108
4
92
96
412
101
74
1
31.6
5.5
9.4
13.3
4.5
4.4
0.2
33.8
3.9
16.9
4.2
3.0
(3)
638
85
147
269
85
86
5
85
84
404
86
95
25.9
3.4
6.0
10.9
3.4
3.5
0.2
3.4
3.4
16.4
3.5
3.9
0.1
704
125
158
301
76
82
11
84
84
438
90
80
1
28.2
5.0
6.3
12.1
3.0
3.3
0.4
3.4
3.4
17.6
3.6
3.2
(3)
638
136
121
273
85
75
5
87
97
463
85
124
25.2
5.4
4.8
10.8
3.4
3.0
0.2
3.4
3.8
18.3
3.4
4.9
743
115
173
324
104
71
6
99
81
419
88
96
28.9
4.5
6.7
AE253
AE255
AE257. AE258
AE245, AE259
AE260, AE2611
AE249, AE254
AE256. AE2632
AE264-AE270
AE271-AE276
AE277-AE281
AE282
Accident caused by fire ..
Accidental drowning and
submersion	
Accident caused by firearm missile	
Accident, mainly of industrial type	
All other accidents	
Suicide	
Homicide	
Injury, undetermined
whether accidentally or
purposely inflicted	
Injury resulting from
operations of war	
Totals	
4.0
2.8
0.2
3.9
3.2
16.3
3.4
3.7
2.452
100.8
2,071
84.0
2,234
89.6
2.189
86.5
2,319
90.2
1 Includes also the following Ninth Revision Detailed International List Nos. comprising part of Intermediate List No. AE262:
E9I6-E921, E927, E928.
- Includes also the following Ninth Revision Detailed International List Nos. comprising part of Intermediate List No. AE262:
E900-E906, E908, E909, G913-E915, E929.
3 Less than 0.05.
Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table for the years 1975-1977. See
Introduction.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
TRENDS OF INFANT AND MATERNAL MORTALITY
TABLE 21—PERINATAL1, NEONATAL, INFANT, AND MATERNAL DEATH
RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-79
(Total, excluding registered Indians, and registered Indians only)
33
rinatal death rates per 1,000 total
r births—
Jbtal	
Excluding registered Indians	
Registered Indians	
tonatal death rates per 1,000 live
S births—
Total	
including registered Indians	
S3egistered Indians	
ant death rates per 1,000 live
I births—
Total	
| Excluding registered Indians	
Registered Indians	
temal death rate per 1,000 live
births—
Total	
deluding registered Indians	
tegistered Indians	
21.0
20.3
37.0
16.9
15.3
55.1
17.2
56.7
19.6
19.0
34.8
11.0
10.7
19.6
16.8
15.6
46.0
18.9
30.7
16.7
15.8
41.9
18.4
40.6
10.3
9.8
22.5
19.1
18.6
33.4
18.3
17.8
33.4
15.8
15.6
22.7
7.6
15.0
15.4
15.0
30.1
7.7
13.6
12.7
12.0
32.3
13.0
23.7
10.3
40.4
M Includes deaths of infants under seven days old and stillbirths of 20 or more weeks' gestation.
Nore-The term "registered Indian," as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether living on o
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TABLE 23—INFANT DEATHS. BY AGE AT DEATH AND SEX,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-79
(Rat
i-spe
r I
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'e. birth
)
I Day and
1 Week and
28Dav
sand
w Year
Under 2
8 Days
Under 2
Months
Number
R
te
Nun
ber
Ra
te
Number
Rate
Num
ber
Rate
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
6,1921-25	
(')
(')
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I1)
144.03
111.0=
27.11
22.41
51.8
39.4
9.8
8.1
28.6
17.4
5.5
3.4
■19263-30	
633.4
54.6
12.0
10.8
67.4
32
2
12.9
10.2
44.2
28
4
8.4
5.5
25.4
19.0
4.7
3.7
1931-35	
61.6
44.6
12.1
9.3
60.2
42
0
11.7
8.6
27.2
18
6
5.3
3.9
15.2
15.4
2.9
3.1
■1936-40	
64.6
42.4
10.5
7.1
68.4
45
8
10.9
7.8
29.4
22
4.7
3.7
23.0
18.8
3.7
3.2
1941-45 	
111.2
76.4
12.2
8.8
81.4
58
8
9.0
6.8
42.4
29
6
4.6
3.5
28.8
20.8
3.2
2.4
1946-50	
142.2
96.4
10.7
7.7
119.6
86
4
9.0
6.8
51.8
36
3.9
2.8
35.4
25.0
2.8
2.0
1951-55	
140.2
104.4
8.8
6.9
131.0
81
0
8.2
5.3
44.0
34
8
2.7
2.3
39.0
26.8
2.4
1.8
1956-60	
178.2
138.4
9.0
7.3
133.8
100
8
6.7
5.3
56.4
40
2.8
2.1
44.4
37.6
2 2
2.0
1961-65	
183.8
129.6
9.8
7.2
106.8
76
2
5.7
4.2
36.4
26
2
1.9
1.4
38.0
27.6
2.0
1.6
1966-70	
154.8
108.2
8.8
6.5
78.8
61
4
4.5
3.7
28.2
23
6
1.6
1.4
29.2
21.6
1.7
1.3
165
118
121
141
100
115
106
87
75
109
90
96
69
83
84
67
77
62
9.2
6.6
6.9
7.7
5.4
6.2
5.6
4.6
3.8
6.5
5.3
5.7
4.0
4.7
4.9
2.8
4.2
3.3
79
81
61
67
58
67
59
54
44
64
40
55
48
48
35
27
30
4.4
4.6
3.5
3.7
3.1
3.6
3.1
2.8
3.8
2.4
3.3
2.8
2.7
2.0
1.5
1.7
1.8
27
25
29
18
30
19
II
24
27
15
27
18
21
18
12
18
20
17
1.5
1.4
1.6
1.0
1.6
1.0
0.6
1.3
1.4
0.9
1.6
I.I
1.2
1.0
0.7
1.0
1.1
0.9
20
25
24
36
19
27
24
22
21
24
29
23
16
21
12
19
1.1
1.4
1.4
2.0
1.0
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.2
0.7
1.0
2Mon
hsand
4Mon
hsand
6 Men
hsand
V Year
Under 4
Months
Under 6
Months
Under 1"
Month
Number
R
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Nun
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Rate
Number
Rate
Num
ber
Rate
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
, 1921-25	
41.0
28.6
7.7
5.7
28.2
20.8
5.3
4.3
61.4
48.8
11.5
9.7
355.0
266.0
66.9
53.6
1926-30	
41.4
28.8
7.8
5.7
25.8
19.2
4.9
3.7
55.4
45.8
10.1
9.1
323.0
248.0
60.8
48.7
1 11931-35	
30.8
21.0
6.0
4.3
23.4
15.6
4.5
3.3
46.2
41.4
9.0
8.4
264.6
198.6
51.5
40.9
1936^40	
40.6
27.8
6.6
4.8
25 0
20.8
4.0
3.6
58.0
45.2
9.3
7.6
309.0
223.0
49.7
37.8
1     1941-45	
44.2
40.8
4.9
4.8
34.0
25.0
3.7
2.9
48.8
41.4
5.4
4.8
390.8
292.8
43.0
34.0
1946-50	
59.4
36.8
4.5
2.9
39.6
35.2
3.0
2.8
59.4
45.0
4.5
3.5
507.4
361.0
38.4
28.5
1 B951-55	
56.8
40.0
3.5
2.6
33.0
31.4
2.1
2.0
49.2
43.8
3.0
2.9
493.8
362.2
30.7
23.8
1956-60	
69.2
47.8
3.5
2.5
35.8
33.6
1.8
1.8
49.8
45.4
2.5
2.4
547.6
443.8
28.5
23.3
1    1961-65	
61.2
39.8
3.3
22
32.6
20.8
1.8
1.2
35.8
28.0
1.9
1.5
494.2
348.2
26.4
19.3
1966-70	
45.8
36.4
2.6
2.2
25.2
21.0
1.4
1.3
25.4
21.8
1.4
1.3
387.4
294.0
22.1
17.6
41
58
39
48
49
30
58
42
46
33
25
31
30
31
26
28
26
22
2.3
3.3
2.2
2.6
2.6
1.6
3.1
2.3
2.0
1.5
1.9
1.7
1.7
1.5
1.6
1.4
1.2
24
18
20
16
16
21
20
17
11
15
12
10
9
12
19
14
16
1.3
1.0
1.1
0.9
0.9
1.1
1.2
1.0
0.9
0.7
0.9
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.7
1.1
0.8
0.9
25
18
25
23
23
13
18
21
24
15
16
15
22
18
18
17
23
11
1.4
1.0
1.4
1.3
1.2
0.7
1.0
1.1
1.2
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.3
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.3
0.6
381
343
319
349
295
292
298
270
254
272
237
256
223
229
203
197
202
180
21.2
19.4
18.1
19.1
16.0
15.7
15.8
14.1
12.9
16.1
14.0
15.3
12.9
12.9
11.7
111
II.1
9.6
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der on
i week.
 36
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
MAIN CAUSES OF DEATH BY AGE-GROUPS
vBLE 24—DEATHS FROM FOUR MAIN CAUSES IN EACH SPECIFIED
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Detailed
Im, List
Cause of Death
Deaths in
Age-
groups
by Cause
of Death
Per Cent of
All Deaths
il Age-group
740-759
768-770
762,763,
767
480-486
E800-E949
740-759
140-208
E800-E949
740-759
140-208
E800-E949
E950-E959
140-208
E80O-E949
E950-E959
140-208
E800-E949
140-208
E950-E959
391,392.0,
393-398, 402
404,410-414
415-417,
420-429
140-209
E800-E949
391,392.0,
393-398. 402
404,410-414
415-417,
420-429
571
140-209
391,392.0,
393-398. 402,
404,410-414
415-417,
420-429
E80O-E949
571
Under I Year—Deaths, 434
1. Congenital anomalies ...*,...,	
2. Anoxic and hypoxic conditions not elsewhere classified	
3. Birth injuries difficult labour, conditions of placenta and cord
4. Pneumonia	
1-4 Years—Deaths, 89
Accidents	
2. Congenital anomalies	
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues	
4. Homicide	
5-9 Years—Deaths, 62
1. Accidents	
2. Congenital anomalies	
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues	
4. Epilepsy ..i,,	
10-19 Years—Deaths, 357
1. Accidents ....]..7*
2. Suicides......	
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues "™~**
4. Homicides	
20-29 Years—Deaths, 613
1. Accidents.	
2. Suicides	
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues	
4. Homicides	
30-39 Years—Deaths, 546
1. Accidents i..^****.
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues	
3. Suicides	
4. Diseases of the heart	
40-49 Years—Deaths, 895
1. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues	
2. Accidents	
3. Diseases of the heart h..r.	
4. Cirrhosis	
50-59 Years—Deaths, 1,970
1. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues	
2. Diseases of the heart	
3. Accidents	
4. Cirrhosis	
5.6
5.6
46.8
25.8
22.6
1.6
68.1
11.5
59.2
17.9
35.4
27.6
100.0
100.0
2.9
4.8
14.2
9.8
	
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
37
TABLE 24—DEATHS FROM FOUR MAIN CAUSES IN EACH SPECIFIED
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979—Continued
Cause of Death
Deaths il
Age-
Per Cent of
All Deaths
n Age-group
BsrCenlof
All Deaths
Due to
Specified
Age-specific
Death Rate
per 100.000
Population
140-208
391,392.0,
393-398, 402,
404,410-414,
415-417,
420-429
430-438
E800-E949
391,392.0.
393-398. 402,
404.410-414.
415-417.
420-429
140-208
430-438
44CM48
391, 392.0,
393-398. 402.
404,410-414,
415-417,
420-429
430-438
140-208
440^t48
60-69 Years—Deaths. 3,496
1. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues '.....»..,..	
2. Diseases of the heart «...	
3. Cerebrovascular diseases	
4. Accidents. 	
70-79 Years—Deaths. 4,698
1. Diseases of the heart	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues	
3. Cerebrovascular diseases	
4. Diseases of arteries, arterioles, and capillaries	
80 Years and Over—Deaths. 6,044
1. Diseases of the heart   3	
2. Cerebrovascular diseases 	
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms of lymphatic and
haematopoietic tissues...! .......
4. Diseases of arteries, arterioles, and capillaries -•^•^a-.
1.247
519
34.0
33.8
834
385
26.5
11.0
16.4
13.8
577.7
573.9
106.4
67.5
1.046.1
435.4
134.2
1,818.7
1.527.5
 38
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
TRENDS OF MARRIAGES, ADOPTIONS, AND DIVORCES
TABLE 25—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED ACCORDING TO TYPE,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-79
Religious Ceremony
To
Year
Licence
Banns
t-tvil ceremony
Number
Percent
Number
Per Cent
Number
PerCent
Number
PerCent
1970	
12,510
12,557
12,573
13,214
13,125
13.216
12,744
12,439
12,737
13.249
62.5
61.6
60.9
62.0
60.4
60.6
59.2
58.8
59.6
60.0
3
3
3
2
2
260
325
168
886
834
607
441
322
070
039
16.3
16.3
15.3
13.6
13.0
11.9
11.3
11.0
9.6
9.2
4,256
4,507
4,918
5,203
5,775
6,000
6,350
6,394
6,580
6,798
21.2
22.1
23.8
24.4
26.6
27.5
29.5
30.2
30.8
30.8
20,026
20.389
20,659
21,303
21,734
21.824
21,536'
21.156'
21.388
22,0871
100
1976	
100
' Includes one marriage for which type was not stated.
TABLE 26—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS FROM 1975 TO
1979, BY LEGITIMACY AND SEX OF CHILD, SHOWING ALSO YEAR OF COURT ORDER FOR 1979
FILINGS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
U
gitimate Bin
hs
Die
gitimate Bir
lbs
Status Not Given or
Male
Female
Total
Male
ftmale
Total
Male
Female
Total
297
226
283
292
264
267
589
490
550
389
505
566
361
525
523
750
1.030
1,089
154
151
176
144
123
176
298
274
352
1,637
1,794
1977	
1,991
1978	
255
223
478
398
389
787
108
147
255
1,520
1979—
1925 court orders..
1
1
1
1972     „
!
1
1
1975     „
2
2
2
1976     „
3
3
I
1
4
1978     ,,
26
18
44
23
25
48
7
13
20
112
1979     ..
192
221
413
387
373
760
132
133
265
1,438
1979 totals	
219
239
458
413
398
811
142
147
289
1,558
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
39
TABLE 27—DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL
STATISTICS FROM 1975 TO 1979. BY SEX OF PETITIONER, SHOWING YEAR OF COURT ORDER
FOR 1979 FILINGS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Dissolution of Marriage
Nullity of Marriage
Year Filed
Sex of Petitioner
Total
Sex of Petitioner
Male
Female
Male
fcmale
1975 	
1976	
1977 	
2,691
3,134
2.828
3,235
4,556
5,873
5,119
5.907
7,247
9.0191
7,9652
9.I651
1
3
9
1
15
9
25
2
18
1!
1979—
1
3
98
2,936
1
1
3
149
5,034
2
2
2
1
6
249*
8,009s
2
1
9
1979 totals	
3,040
5,190
8,2716
2
10
12
1 Includes 12 decrees petitioned by both panic:
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41
PART in—DETAILED TABLES, 1979
(Classified by Place of Residence)
GENERAL SUMMARY
TABLE 29—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE
.AND
MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND MUNICIPALITIES,
BRITISH COLUM-
BIA, 1979
Live Births
Deaths
Excess
and Municipality
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Illegiti-
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Births
Over
Deaths
Marriages
British Columbia	
38,432
19.721
18,711
38,098
5.683
19,204
11.012
8,192
14,702
19.228
22,087
Albemi-Clayoquot	
572
300
272
571
113
178
111
67
121
394
300
266
Tofino	
13
5
8
13
6
5
1
1
7
Ucluelet	
24
10
14
24
11
10
1
4
13
17
Unincorporated	
165
100
65
165
34
46
31
15
35
119
14
903
436
467
Bums Lake	
64
29
35
64
24
7
6
I
6
57
33
81
40
41
81
20
1]
5
6
7
70
30
48
22
26
32
15
17
31
4
1
1
31
8
Houston	
76
32
44
74
8
16
11
5
8
60
30
102
52
50
102
18
30
17
13
19
72
63
Telkwa	
19
6
13
19
5
5
1
4
2
14
5
81
42
39
81
20
19
12
7
14
62
49
Unincorporated	
400
198
202
392
79
82
58
24
45
318
56
135
54
135
8
62
31
31
49
73
Esq u i mal t	
218
103
115
218
52
129
77
52
101
89
154
North Saanich	
57
32
25
56
6
45
30
15
35
12
46
110
789
59
413
51
376
110
780
10
74
227
498
120
302
107
196
163
400
-117
291
180
417
Saanich	
Sidney 	
85
39
46
85
9
80
49
31
59
5
23
729
376
353
719
161
1.039
502
537
872
-310
1,141
Unincorporated	
709
363
346
693
111
255
155
100
184
454
198
Cariboo	
1.235
622
613
1.215
272
269
175
94
153
966
436
49
226
207
28
106
87
21
120
120
49
225
206
11
43
30
9
35
36
7
24
20
11
16
6
19
24
40
191
171
47
158
185
Williams Lake... ..Z^.—.i.-
Unincorporated	
753
401
352
735
188
189
124
65
104
564
48
94
94
50
50
44
44
91
91
23
23
25
25
19
19
6
6
18
18
69
69
27
27
Unincorporated .:	
Central Fraser Valley	
1.707
864
843
1.696
148
689
395
294
557
1,018
799
206
105
101
206
22
60
38
22
49
146
148
Langley City	
294
147
147
291
36
114
61
53
95
180
115
651
327
324
644
50
221
125
96
179
430
326
Matsqui ,	
551
280
271
550
38
290
168
122
230
261
210
5
5
5
2
4
1
Central Kootenay	
709
375
334
679
110
372
232
140
290
337
329
Castlegar	
90
44
46
90
11
65
36
29
41
40
40
24
16
40
9
51
31
20
Kaslo ,	
12
4
8
12
4
9
6
3
8
3
11
Nakusp I-..*	
28
13
15
28
5
8
6
2
6
20
17
122
73
49
121
20
90
53
37
83
10
7
4
8
3
10
7
2
9
8
7
8
2
5
1
-1
5
6
Salmo	
Silverton ,".......
3
3
3
1
1
5
392
206
3
186
5
363
I
56
1
130
1
83
47
96
262
62
Unincorporated	
^^^^
 42
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
TABLE 29—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE, AND
MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND MUNICIPALITIES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979—Continued
Regional District •
and Municipality
Central Okanagan	
Kelowna	
Peachland	
Unincorporated	
Col urn bin-Shuswap	
Golden	
Revelstoke	
Salmon Arm	
Unincorporated	
Comox-Strathcona	
Campbell River	
Comox	
Courtenay	
Cumberland	
Cold River	
Sayward	
Tahsis	
Zeballos	
Unincorporated	
Cowichan Valley ,
Duncan	
Ladysmith	
Lake Cowichan	
North Cowichan	
Unincorporated	
Dewdney-Alouette	
Maple Ridge	
Mission	
Pitt Meadows	
Unincorporated	
East Kootenay	
Cranbrook	
Elkford	
Fernie... r.^	
Invermere	
Kimberley	
Sparwood 	
U nincorporated	
Fraser-Cheam	
Chilliwack	
Chilliwack District .
1 larrison Hot Spring:
Hope...
Kent	
Unincorporated	
Fraser-Fort George ....
Mackenzie	
McBride	
Prince George	
Valemount	
Unincorporated	
Greater Vancouver	
Belcarra	
Burnaby	
Coquitlam	
Delta	
Lions Bay	
New Westminster...
115
286
.817
127
1,071
417
490
269
159
1.812
126
1,585
680
1.069
1
2
1
30
17
13
9
5
4
48
23
25
20
II
9
69
47
22
434
271
163
101
60
41
212
121
91
4
4
48
39
9
19
9
10
50
38
12
328
218
110
II
7
4
7
5
2
244
158
86
4
2
2
62
46
16
9,017
4.959
4,058
1,085
558
527
312
165
147
264
159
105
4
2
2
407
232
175
3
34
7.016
885
257
186
318
678
200
606
304
640
561
6
466
285
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1979
43
TABLE 29—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE
.AND
MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND MUNICIPALITIES,
BRITISH COLUM-
BIA, 1979—Continued
Live Births
Deaths
Excess
of
and Municipality
Total
M
F
In
cal
Illegiti-
Total
M
F
ln
Hospital
Over
Deaths
Greater Vancouver—Continued
North Vancouver	
394
197
197
393
60
298
169
129
233
96
530
North Vancouver District	
832
453
379
827
47
273
140
133
214
559
335
Port Coquitlam	
450
239
211
449
43
128
81
47
98
322
91
222
105
117
220
22
1.348
692
656
1.341
86
43)
248
183
359
917
574
Surrey	
2,417
1.206
1.211
2.410
255
792
466
326
623
1,625
680
University Endowment Area...
78
40
38
75
5
54
20
34
49
24
133
Vancouver	
4,562
2.323
2.239
4.514
631
4.334
2.396
1.938
3,274
228
4,357
241
116
125
238
18
341
153
188
266
White Rock	
130
62
68
130
30
246
138
108
209
-116
311
Unincorporated	
32
16
16
32
15
11
6
5
10
21
11
858
22
462
8
396
14
853
22
174
9
163
4
108
1
55
3
110
3
695
18
305
4
Kitimat	
273
154
119
272
22
27
17
10
23
246
93
17
8
9
17
3
1
1
16
9
225
121
104
225
37
54
39
15
42
171
142
321
171
150
317
103
77
50
27
42
244
57
Kootenay Boundary	
460
232
228
450
47
252
139
113
203
208
287
47
25
22
46
4
13
10
3
10
34
18
38
13
19
7
19
6
38
13
8
38
5
16
2
22
3
26
3
8
43
13
Midway	
10
6
4
10
1
1
1
1
9
1.
11
5
6
II
5
6
59
25
34
58
5
29
13
16
19
30
87
Trail	
144
73
71
141
12
99
54
45
89
45
102
Warfield	
5
3
5
2
4
2
2
4
1
5
Unincorporated	
133
69
64
128
15
58
39
19
46
75
18
Mount Waddington	
329
162
167
325
64
50
33
17
28
279
80
Alert Bay	
19
11
8
19
9
5
3
2
4
14
17
22
109
39
7
58
20
15
51
19
22
109
39
7
II
6
6
13
6
4
8
6
2
5
2
8
4
16
96
33
4
41
9
Port McNeill	
66
74
136
31
20
12
8
10
120
9
916
494
422
911
136
558
330
228
433
358
606
565
60
297
34
268
26
564
60
91
13
337
65
194
42
143
23
277
53
128
-5
505
38
36
23
13
36
4
24
13
11
17
12
20
Unincorporated	
255
140
115
251
28
132
81
51
86
123
North Okanagan	
716
381
335
712
120
375
227
148
279
341
517    .'
Armstrong	
17
11
6
17
1
29
17
12
19
-12
45
36
29
19
16
17
45
36
5
7
19
11
13
9
17
14
31
Lumbv
35
52
294
237
18
28
155
121
17
24
139
116
34
52
294
234
8
3
52
44
4
21
205
75
12
120
52
9
85
23
13
159
54
31
89
162
3
381
30
661
9
31
29
275
49
72
196
341
4
14
19
144
22
38
100
320
5
17
10
131
27
34
96
665
9
31
29
274
49
72
191
116
2
10
3
50
9
9
33
544
17
66
39
247
24
68
83
324
13
38
22
142
16
41
52
220
4
28
17
105
8
27
31
427
12
53
23
206
20
49
64
117
-8
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-10
28
25
4
113
440
6
55
29
235
30
50
35
1
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TABLE 29—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS. DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE, AND
MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND MUNICIPALITIES, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979—Continued
Regional District
and Municipality
Peace River-Liard	
Chetwynd	
Dawson Creek	
Fort Nelson	
Fort St. John	
Hudson's Hope	
Pouce Coupe 	
Tfcylor	
Unincorporated	
Powell River	
Powell River	
Unincorporated	
Skeena-Queen Charlotte
Masset	
Port Clements	
Port Edward	
Prince Rupert	
Unincorporated	
Squamish-Lillooet	
Lillooet	
Pemberton ;	
Squamish	
Whistler	
Unincorporated	
Stikine	
Unincorporated	
Sunshine Coast	
Gibsons	
Sechelt	
Unincorporated	
Thompson-Nicola	
Ashcroft	
Cache Creek	
Chase	
Clinton	
Kamloops	
Logan Lake	
Lytton	
Merritt	
Unincorporated	
1.154
60
230
1,588
31
17
970
23
36
257
784
15
575
31
122
47
156
804
16
60
229
3
24
8
5
81
65
50
128
29
91
21
37
22
145
6
12
2
1
6
9
21
3
159
32
1,580
311
31
7
17
1
22
8
14
2
968
165
23
13
103
24
379
90
435
20
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HEALTH JURISDICTION STATISTICS
TABLE 30—LIVE BIRTHS.1 DEATHS,1 AND STILLBIRTHS,1 BY HEALTH
JURISDICTION. BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
t i sh Col u m b ia	
East Kootenay*	
lelkirk3	
West Kootenay	
th Okanagan	
Jorth Okanagan	
fcouth Central2-3-*4	
ppper Fraser	
"entra I Fraser	
roast Garibaldi	
Boundary	
iimon Fraser	
Be ntra 1 Vancou ve r Island2	
Jppe r Island4	
Cariboo	
Jon hern Interior3	
Ikeena 	
gace River..	
)cean Falls Nursing District .
577
583
218
190
326
304
785
763
612
555
842
853
819
764
.025
960
358
357
.811
1.814
923
859
.202
1.073
723
634
622
611
.221
1.197
841
763
578
573
50
44
353
343
477
438
207
764
504
633
248
242
162
19
69
149
453
209
200
305
329
104
539
381
450
152
87
6
2 1
3 1
2 I
3
Subtotal.
ater Vancouver Metropolitan
lealth Committee-'	
jital Regional District
.'ommunity Health Service	
nainder of Province	
4,674
1.466
4.406
1.365
3,675
1,262
3.135
1.063
i The totals differ slightly from corresponding data in the rest of the report as they have been taken from another source.
2 Stillbirth figures exclude one male for which gestation period was not stated.
E Stillbirth figures exclude one case for which sex was not known.
4 Stillbirth figures exclude one female for which gestation period as not stated.
3 Stillbirth figures exclude three cases for which sex was unknown.
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 46 MINISTRY OF HE/U.TH
VITAL STATISTICS REGISTRATION DISTRICT STATISTICS
TABLE 31—BIRTHS.' DEATHS1 AND MARRIAGES,1 BY VITAL STATISTICS
REGISTRATION DISTRICT, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Registration District
Births
Deaths
Marriages
Registration District
Births
Deaths
Maniagesl
38,639
19,491
22,084
McBride	
Merritt	
36
143
369 '
55
955
109
286
10
6.441
1,434
58
160
118
439
360
244
1.769
322
71
104
73
467
148
1
271
10
352
119
7
58
364
543
8.518
202
645
2.855
460
756
20
43
122
13
534
19
139
9
3.441
913
17
43
128
315
124
206
310
106
34
24
12
87
62
35
119
3
76
47
57
1
71
236
5,442
48
308
2,315
77
169
Abbotsford	
764
447
33
68
1
150
441
19
38
91
639
56
546
376
131
515
105
153
105
79
559
59
108
95
501
75
4
92
1,380
19
897
125
262
80
59
17
336
137
21
39
4
32
136
7
27
14
348
30
5
186
140
77
214
70
35
12
88
62
42
55
7
244
82
13
36
440
11
539
47
30
47
21
12
357
275
27
30
4
I
44
210
6
23
20
408
38
18
300
166
70
289
89
76
36
33
212
56
47
54
20
302
47
43
55
720
15
640
72
94
52
19
3
27    1
76
Nakusp 	
18
Natal	
Nelson	
Bums Lake a...
New Westminster
Chemainus	
1.246
100 Mile House
Cranbrook	
132
Queen Charlotte	
30
161
87
161
8
92 1
78
Hotte
19
53
Telegraph Creek	
4 1
150   .
Trail	
185
5.163
76
429   .'
2.148
196]
Indian Districts	
93
i The totals differ slightly from corresponding data in the rest of the report as they have been taken from another souiw
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. INFANT MORTALITY
TABLE 32—INFANT DEATHS BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE FOR
REGIONAL DISTRICTS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
47
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A Ibern i -CI ;iy ouu irt	
Bulkley-Neehako	
Capital (Victoria Area)...
Cariboo	
Central Coast	
Central Fraser Valley	
Central Kootenay	
Ce nira I Okanagan	
Gfolumbia-Shuswap	
Comox-Siraihcona	
Cowichan Valley	
Dewdney-Alouette	
East Kootenay	
Fraser-Cheam	
&aser-*Fort George	
Greater Ancouver	
Kilimat-Stikine	
Kootenay Boundary	
Mount Waddington	
Nanaimo	
North Okanagan	
gKanagan-Similkameen ..
Peace River-Liard	
Powell River	
Skeena-Queen Charlotte..
jguamish-Lillooet	
Stikine	
sunshine Coast	
iHiompson-Nicola	
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MARRIAGES
TABLE 36—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED, BY MARITAL STATUS OF BRIDEGROOM
AND OF BRIDE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Marriages Between—
Total
Bachelors and—
Widowers and—
Divorced Men and—
Other
Marriages
Spinsters
Willows
Divorced
Women
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
Spinsters
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Divorced
Women
Not
Stated
22.087	
14.077
162
2.032
131
377
294
2.216
306
2,492
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TABLE 38—MARRIAGES1 AUTHORIZED BY BANNS OR LICENCE, ACCORDING TO
RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION OF OFFICIATING MINISTER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Religious Denomination of Minister
Number Per Cei
Totals	
Adventist	
Anglican	
Apostolic	
Baptist	
Brethren	
Christian Scientist	
Churches of Christ (Disciples)
Doukhobor	
Eastern Orthodox	
Greek Catholic	
Jehovah's Witness .;.....*;
Lutheran	
Mennonite	
Methodist	
Mormon	
Pentecostal Assembly	
Plymouth Brethren	
Presbyterian	
Reformed Church (Christian).
Roman Catholic	
Salvation Army	
Society of Friends	
Spiritualist	
Swedenborgian	
Unitarian	
United Church of Canada	
Other Christian	
Jewish u.«i	
Oriental religions	
Other religions	
400
5
24
51
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2
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3.4
2.5
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555
658
192
511
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454
57
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3.9
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489
34
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50
1 Excludes 6,798 ceremonies performed by Marriage Commissioners for which marriage I
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3 Includes one marriage for which type was not stated.
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REGISTERED INDIAN STATISTICS
LIVE BIRTHS
TABLE 39—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS AMONG REGISTERED
INDIANS FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Live Births
Hospital
British Columbia	
Regional District—
Alberni-Clayoquot	
Bulkley-Nechako	
Capital (Victoria Area) .
Cariboo	
Central Coast	
Central Fraser Valley....
Central Kootenay	
Central Okanagan	
Columbia-Shuswap	
Comox-Strathcona	
Cowichan Valley	
Dewdney-Alouette	
East Kootenay	
Fraser-Cheam	
Fraser-Fort George	
Greater Vancouver	
Kitimat-Stikine	
Kootenay Boundary	
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Age-Group (Years)
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CAUSE -01  -0* -09 -IA -19 -24  -29 -34 -39 -44  -49  -54   -5V  -64 -69  -74 -79  -84
I.  INFECTIOUS fiUO PARASITIC DISEASES (001-139)
INTESTINAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES (001-009)
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ERCULOSIS (010-018)
2ULM0XA3Y TUBERCULOSIS
LL*NS  WITH CAVITATION
■OTHER PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS
UNSPECIFIED
EgfER ORGANS
IILIASY TUBERCULOSIS
UNSPECIFIED
OTHER BACTERIAL DISEASES (030-041)
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■ENIiJSXOCCAL INFECTION
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DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35 40  45 50 55  60  65 70  75 60 85* tHR
S  E -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
SEPTICAEMIA
i38.0  STREPTOCOCCAL SEPTICAEMIA
038.4  OTHER CRAM-NEGATIVE ORGANISMS
038.9  UNSPECIFIED SEPTICAEMIA
2     1       S
1     I       4
040      OTHER BACTERIAL DISEASES
040.0  GAS GANGRENE
POLIO. NON-ARTKROPOD-B0RNE VIRAL DISEASES CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (045-049)
046  SLOW VIRUS INFECTION OF CN3
046.1  JAKOB-CREUTZFELDT DISEASE
049.9  UNSPECIFIED
VIRAL DISEASES ACCOMPANIED BY EXANTHEM (050-057)
152  CHICKENPOX
053  HERPES ZOSTER
053.9  WITHOUT MENTION OF COMPLICATION
054  HERPES SIMPLEX
154.3  HERPETIC MENINGOENCEPHALITIS
055  MEASLES
055.0      PQSTMEASLES ENCEPHALITIS
OTHER DISEASES DUE TO VIRUSES AND CHLAMYDIAS  (070-079)
070      VIRAL HEPATITIS
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00 01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35 40  45 50  55 60  65  70  75  80 85* TOTAL
01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
Other viral and chlamydial diseases
gRAL INFECTION IN CONDITIONS CLASSIFIED M
ELSEIHERE AND OF UNSPECIFIED SITE F
UNSPECIFIED
SYPHILIS AND OTHER VENEREAL DISEASES!090-099)
CARDIOVASCULAR
■ANEURYSH OF AORTA.  SYPHILI"
KYPHILTTIC AORTITIS
E&ROSYPHIUS
UNSPECIFIED
MYCOSES (110-116)
KNDIDIASIS
OF UNSPECIFIED SITI
_\ES  MYCOSES
ASPERGILLOSIS
CRYPTOCOCCOSIS
l OTHER INFECTIOUS AND PARASITIC DISEASES (130-
HER  AND  UNSPECIFIED
■^SPECIFIED
F          ___________       1       ___---       -            1
F          -----
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-       -       -           1
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
0 01     05     10     15    20     25     30     35    40     45    50     55    60     65     70     75    80  ,5t T0t<<
1 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
INT. 00 01 05 10 15 20 25 3
LIST. CAUSE
LATE EFFECTS OF INFECTIOUS AND PARASITIC DISEASES (137-139)
137 LATE EFFECTS OF TU3EHCULDSIS           M ----------1-311221
f - - i i  -  - z 2 i i :  'I
137.0  RESPIRATORY OR UNSPECIFIED          M -----____-i_2112ei
f i  i -  -  2 2 i i :  "
137.4      OTHER SPECIFIED ORGANS                                    M ------------      i      _____     _
F ------_---____-__._         "
138 LATE EFFECTS OF ACUTE POLIOMYELITIS            H ---------_____..____
F        ~      " 1      -      Z      -      -      -     -        j
139 OTHER INFECTIOUS AND PARASITIC DISEASES M -----___---_____i__   ,
F _----_--______.._!_,   x
139.8 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED               M --_---->________!__   ,
F ----_______.-____!__ ■
TOTAL             (137-139)                                                            M ----------11311231-      13
F ----------111-4221-      ii
TOTAL                     (001-139)                                                   tt 311-12-21141569873358
F 1-111--111252282466W
II. NEOPLASMS (140-239)
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF UP. ORAL CAVITY AND PHARYNX (140-149)
140 UP M---------------11--J
140.9 UNSPECIFIED, VERMILION BORDER                     M ---_--_-____-__ii_-       2
F ____________-_-_-__.
141 TONGUE                                                                                    M -----------1241312-       14
F ____________i___-2i         t,
141.0       BASE                                                                                    M --------------11---         Z
F ____--_------------
141.9       UNSPECIFIED                                                                   M _---__-----       1       2       4       -       2       1      2      -       12
F -__-l-_--21        4
142 MAJOR SALIVARY GLANDS                                           M ___------------l-l-        *■
F -_____------      1      1      I      1      -      -     -       «
142.0 PAROTID  GLAND                                                              M ___------------       1       -      -      -         \
F _____-___---lll----         3
142.1 SUBMANDIBULAR  GLAND                                                M _--_-------------!      " ^K
F ___----------------
142.9  SITE UNSPECIFIED                   M __--_-------------     "
143 GUM                                M --------1--------         *
f ____-------------- - ^B
143.1      LOWER GUM                                                                M _____---      1      -------      -
F *                                                                         ___\
144 FLOOR OF MOUTH                                                          M ----------ll-ll--
F ~^B
144.9  PART UNSPECIFIED                   M ----------11-11--
145  OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS OF MOUTH    M   -----------21-11*
F   _____--------2-2-
145.0   CHEEK MUCOSA M   __--_-----------"
1  1   *
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
■SARD PALATE
PALATE,   UNSPECIFIED
'ETROMOLAR  AREA
HeUTH,  UNSPECIFIED
UNSPECIFIED
SUPERIOR HALL
I  UNSPECIFIED
ffPCFHAHYNX
I IPOSTCRICOID REGIf
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IYPOPHARYNX.  UNSPECIFIED
■HER AND ILL-DEFINED SITES
:   PHARYNX,   UNSPECIFIED
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25    30     35    40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75    80 85* TOTAL
-01  -C4  -09 -14  -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49  -54  -59  -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
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'MIDDLE THIRD
'  OcSOFVAGUS,  UNSPECIFIED
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT. 00    01    05    10    15    ZO    25    30    35    40    45    50    55    60    65    70    75    80 85+ tot.i
LIST.                                  CAUSE -01  -04 -09 -14  -19 -24 -29 -34 -39  -44  -49 -54  -59  -64  -69  -74  -79 -84
151.3       FUNDUS OF  STOMACH                                                     M ------_----____       j.       __      _
F ----_-----________,        |
151.9       STOMACH.UNSPECIFIED                                                M -       -       -       -       -       -       -       _       1        _       7       8       9     12     22     36     24    12    ai     Ji
F -----11-1232739  12   9 14 1^   78
152' SMALL INTESTINE. INCLUDING DUODENUM     M -_-------___2ii2___   I
I - 2121-.   t
152.0  DUODENUM                          M ~-__--_-_______x---   i
F 2  -  _  _  _  .   |
15Z.Z  ILEUM                            M ___________________ S
i i   i  -  -   i
152.9  SMALL INTESTINE. UNSPECIFIED         tt -..--------_-2______   s
I        --------- 1      1      -      -     -        z
153'     COLON                                                                                      M --------       Z       2       7       6     15     21     27     35     30    16    22     183
F -       -       -       -       1       -       1       2       4       3       5    11     16     23    30     25     33    23    40     aig
153.0 HEPATIC FLEXURE                                                   M __-__-_-_--__-----_
F ------------      i      i      1      -      i      -     x        5
153.1 TRANSVERSE COLON                                                 M --------1-212--31-1H
F -------11-211-12-22      13
153.2 DESCENDING COLON                                                  M -------------323332      16
F ---------12--111212H
153.3 SIGMOID COLON                                                       M ---------12-35    10      8614      4)
F ----1-1--1143375434      37
153.4 CAECUM                                                                      M ----------2-1Z54154      24
F -----------1-352     10      47       3*
153.5 APPENDIX                                                                  M _______-_----------
F ________      i      _____---      i     -        z
153.6 ASCENDING COLON                                                   M _---------_-2-l41--        8
F __--___-----1334435       23
153.7 SPLENIC FLEXURE                                                   M _---___-----ll--l--        3
F 1 1        ^
153.8 OTHER                                                                        M ___--_-----_------l        1
F ____---------lZ-ll-5
153.9 COLON, UNSPECIFIED                                             M __-----_11156    1O?13    17      7   10BII
F -------      1      2      1      -      5      9    11    10    11    11      8   IS      87
154      RECTUM,  RECTOSIGMOID JUNCTION AND ANUS      M -      -      -      -      -      -      -      1      1      1      1      6      4    14    13    15    13    12    16 K9
F ____  -  1  -  -  2  -  -  3  4  5  9 11 10 10 20  7S
154.0  RECTOSIGMOID JUNCTION               M -__---------  2  1  2  3  3  2  1  W
F -______-l--l-Z2-113"
154 1       RECTUM                                                                               M -------       1       1       1       1       5       2     13    11     12     10    10    15       «
F ____----       1       -       -       2       3       3       7    10       8      8    17       S9
154.2 ANAL CANAL                                                              M __---_--_--l-------
154.3 ANUS, UNSPECIFIED                                               M __---_--_---------"  ■
F 1 1--11--       *
154.6      OTHER                                                                        M __---_-----------""-
155 LIVER AND INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTS                 M _ii-----l--75866*12
F        1- 1-112324-1=2"
155.0      LIVER.  PRIMARY                                                     M -_i--_--l--747546-2
F 1       - !       -       1       1       -       3       2       3       -       -      1      -       "
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     Z5     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75     80  85*  TOTAL
'     E -01  -04  -09  -14 -19 -24  -Z9 -34 -39 -44  -49 -54 -59  -64  -69 -74 -79  -84
i INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTS
GALLBLADDER AND EXTRAKcPATIC BILE DUCTS     M -----____
I GALLBLADDER                                                                      tt --------_-__i__3___ ^
F -----------Z2253533 25
EXTHAHEPATIC BILE DUCTS                                      M ---------1-11-31-31 11
F -.-------^-.2.1-1-lB- 9
: AMPULLA OF VATER                                                         fl -----------i__i_i__ 3
F _----_----___ii____ 2
i BILIARY TPACT,   PART UNSPECIFIED                    M _-_-_________ii____ g
F ---------_____i____ 1
PANCREAS H -_--_-_l_
F _-___i__2
fiHEAD OF  PANCREAS                                                         H ----------                                      -5Z414 16
F ---------1-11-15322 16
BODY OF PANCREAS                                                   M _---____-_-____i_-_ 1
F _-___________ll---- 2
fe TAIL OF  PANCREAS                                                         M ______________ii___ 2
1 PART UNSPECIFIED tt _-----
F ____-!
RETPOFERITCNcUM AND PERITONEUM M -  -  1  -  -  -
F ______
IRETROPERITONEUM M 1
F ______
■ SPECIFIED PARTS OF PERITONEUM M ______
OTHER AND ILL-DEFINED SITES M ______
F ------1-1-11Z
INTESTINAL TRACT, PART UNSPECIFIED    M ______--l-_--144331   17
F ____-__--_112151133   18
V ILL-DEFINED H ___-----_--l-21---l 5
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF RESPIRATORY SYSTEM  (160-165)
BtASAL CAVITIES.  MIDDLE EAR.  SINUS1
\ MAXILLARY SINUS
ETHMOIDAL SINUS
ACCESSORY SINUS. UNSPECIFIED
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05    10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75    80 <
-01  -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49  -54 -59 -64  -69 -74 -79 -84
161      LARYNX
161.1       SUPRAGLOTTIS
161.8 OTHER M -_--____-_____!____ 1
161.9 UNSPECIFIED M ----------11-321112      w
F -      -      2      1      -      -      -      _     .        s
162  TRACHEA. BRONCHUS AND LUNS M _-_____$
F _--_--_i
162.0      TRACHEA M _-___________i_i
F -_____________i_
162.2 MAIN BRONCHUS M -------_-__--2_-
F ________________
162.3 UPPER LOBE, BRONCHUS OR LUNG M _----------2--3i
F _________-_ll_3_
162.4 MIDDLE LOBE, BRONCHUS OH LUNG M _--_---_------i-
F ____-___-__-___-
162.5 LOUER LOBE, BRONCHUS OR LUNG M _-__-___-__li-ii
F ___________-___!
162.8 OTHER M ___________--_2-
F ________________
162.9 BRONCHUS AND LUNS,UNSPECIFIED M _------4
163.0      PARIETAL
163.1      VISCER.
163.9  PLEURA. UNSPECIFIED tt   _-__--_-__--i2iiii
F    ___________--ii-_-
164      THYMUS, HEART AW) MEDIASTINUM M        --------_-_-i_--i-
164.1      HEART
164.9      MEDIASTINUM,  PART UNSPECIFIED
TOTAL (160-165)
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM: BONE, CONNECTIVE TISSUE, SKIN AND BREAST (170-175)
170      BONE AND ARTICULAR CARTILAGE
170.0      BONES OF SKULL i
US EXCLUDING SACRUM AND CCCCY'
170.3      RIBS. STERNUM AND CLAVICLE
	
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
25     30     35    40
CAUSE
IES,  SACRUM AtO COCCYX
8.  LONG BONES
SSWECTIVE AW) OTHER SOFT TISSUE
:PER  Lira,  INCLUDING SHOULDER
FLOWER  Lira,  INCLUDING HIP
■SITE UNSPECIFIED
IALIGNANT MELANOMA OF !
■EAR AND EXTERNAL AURICULAR CANAL
i»D  UNSPECIFIED  PARTS OF  FACE M
LTRUNK.   EXCEPT SCROTUM
■UPPER  LIM5 INCLUDING SHOULDER
■LOKER   LIMB INCLUDING RIP
■SITE UNSPECIFIED
I7KER OF SKIN
I EAR AND EXTERNAL AURICULAR CANAI
FACE,  OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
SCALP  AND NECK
".NCLUDINS HIP
1 SITE UNSPECIFIED
f MALE BREAST
7 16  29 48  70  49 57  36  29 22  38  409
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT- 00     01     05     10     15     20     25    30     35    40     45    50     55    60     65     70     75    80 25+ TllR
LIST. CAUSE '    -01 -04 -09 -14  -19 -24 -29 -34 -39  -44  -49 -54 -59  -64  -69 -74 -79 -84
174.0      NIPPLE AND AREOLA F        ---------l-_--i--_i
174.9      BREAST, UNSPECIFIED F        -      -      -      -      -      -      2      6      7    15    29   48    70    49    56    36    29    22   37    w&
175       MALE BREAST M ---------_---_ii___
TOTAL (170-175)
5      2       «
F -      -      -      ~      1      -      2      8      8    IS    30    51    73    51    60    39    33    22   46     tfyz
MALIGNANT NFOPLASM OF GENITOURINARY ORGANS (179-189)
179      UTERUS, NOS F---------1112334153W
ISO      CERVIX UTERI F -------2-2526645612      41
180.0      ENDOCERVIX F ------_i-_______2_.        -
180.9      UNSPECIFIED F -------1-252664541238
182 BODY OF UTERUS F ----1-1---3133732222S
182.0      CORFUS UTERI, EXCEPT ISTHMUS F ----1-1---313373Z2228
183 OVARY AND OTHER UTERINE AONEXA F - - - - 1 - - 1 2 1 15 16 11 20 26 14 13 7 8 13S
183.0 OVARY F - - - - 1 - - 1 2 1 15 16 11 19 26 14 13 7 8 134
1S3.Z       FALLOPIAN TUBE F __--__-______i_____         (
184 FEMALE GENITAL ORGANS OTHERS AND NOS F _--_--------l_3-l-I        6
184.0      VAGINA F --------      _--_i-i---i        3
184.4      VULVA, UNSPECIFIED F -_---_--__--__2-i_.        3
185 PROSTATE M ----------       1       2       6     17    29    46    55    50    53     2M
166      TESTIS M __--_--2-_--l-_---l        4
186.0      UNDESCENDED M __----_2__--l------        3
186.9      OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED M __----------------l        *
187      OTHER MALE GENITAL ORGANS M __----___--ll-l---l        *
187.4      PENIS,  PART UNSPECIFIED M __---------ll-l---l   S
163       BLADDER M 2       3       7    11     10     23    10    13       79
F ______----11214567    11'}8
183.0       TRIGONE M __--------------l       1
186.9       PART UNSPECIFIED M 2       3       7    11    10    22      9    13       £
F 11214457    11       36
189      KIDNEY AND OTHER URINARY ORGANS NOS M -      1      1      -      -      -      2      -      -      -      4      3      6      7    13      6    11      3     "*<
189.0
EXCEPT PELVIS M        _ii---2---4366    116    10
5      2      3       33
RENAL PELVIS
189.2      URETER
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
■SITE UNSPECIFIED
Z      1      1      3
IEOPLASM CF OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED SITES (190-199)
LACRIMAL GLAND
PART UNSPECIFIED
ICEREBRUM, EXCEPT LOBES AND VENTRICLES M   -__-___i__-i_____
F   _________i_i__i__
■FRONTAL LOBE M   ---------11-1Z111
■TEHPOSAL LOBE
■PARIETAL LOBE
■ OCCIPITAL LOBt
BRAIN, UNSPECIFIED
WHER PARTS OF NERVOUS SYSTEM
■CEREBRAL MENINGES
SPINAL CORD
gjYROID GLAND
■SUPRARENAL GLAND
PINEAL GLAND
 CAUSE
195      OTHER AW} ILL-DEFINED SITES
195.0      HEAD,  FACE AND NECK
195.2      ABDOMEN
195.3      FELVIS
199      SITE UNSPECIFIED
199.0      DISSEMINATED
DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75    80 85+ |S
■44 -49 -54  -59 -64 -69 -74  -79 -84     4
199.1      OTHER M ----1-1---Z-5559    14      6&H
F ----------362246556       39
TOTAL 1190-199) H 2       1       1       1      1       3      8      3      6    13    15    19    18    19    18      9    10     lw
F -      -      3      2      -      1      2      7      1      5      7    10    11     16    15    17    14      8    13     132
NEOPLASMS OF  LYMPHATIC AND HAEMATOPOIETIC TISSUE  (200-208)
200       LYMPHOSARCOMA AND RETICULOSARCOMJ
200.0      RETICULOSARCOMA
200.1       LYMPHOSARCOMA
200.8      OTHER NAMED VARIANTS
201      HCDGKIN'S DISEASE
201.5      NODULAR SCLEROSIS
201.9  UNSPECIFIED
-
1
112
2
1
15
2
16
6
9
a
202      OTHER OF  LYMPHOID AND HISTIOCYTIC TTSSl
ZOZ.O      NODULAR  LYHPHOtt)
202.2       SEZARY'S DISEASE
202.3      MALIGNANT HISTIOCYTOSIS
202.8      OTHER  LYMPHOMAS
202.9      OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
203.0      MULTIPLE MYELOMA
204      LYMFHOID  LEUKAEMIA
2 3      5      -     3      ZS
3 2       5      3      2       27
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45    50     55     60     65    70     75    60 85* TOTAL
>     E -01  -04  -09  -14  -19  -24 -29  -34 -39 -44  -49  -54 -59  -64 -69  -74 -79  -84
; UNSPECIFIED
MYELOID LEUKAEMIA
I UNSPECIFIED
SKKJCYTIC LEUXAEHIA
IUNSPECIFIED
DTHSR SPECIFIED LEUKAEMIA
kCUTE ERYTHRAEMIA.  ERYTHROLEUKAEMU
| CHRONIC ERYTHRAEMIA
LEUKAEMIA OF UNSPECIFIED  CELL TYPE
| UNSPECIFIED
BENIGN NEOPLASMS (210-229)
I CRANIAL NERVES
I CEREBRAL MENINGES
I SPINAL MENINGES
12  112
-
4      -
Z      1      3
26
2
5      1
-11
24
"
3
2
13
2
1
1
12       2
111
8
11
4  1   11
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT. 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75     80 85* TOtR
LIST. CAUSE -01  -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
227      OTHER ENDOCRINE GLANDS tt        --------------_-___ fl
AND RELATED STRUCTURES F ------      1      -__-.______      ,        *
227.0       SUPRARENAL GLAND M ------_------_____ H
F   ------  i  ------  - ;
TOTAL (210-229) M ------------___!__.
F 1--1-1-1-1-1-       6
NEOPLASM OF UNCERTAIN BEHAVIOR (235-238)
235  DIGESTIVE AW) RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS      M   ------_-__-____!___   j
235.2  STOMACH. INTESTINES AND RECTUM       M   ------__-_--___i___   j
237  ENDOCRINE GLANDS AND NERVOUS SYSTEM     M   -------__--_____i-_   j
|   -  -  -  -  1 1  1  -  -  -  -   j
237.0      PITUITARY AND CRANIO PHARYNGEAL DUCT        M        -------__--___-___.
Z37.7      NEUROFIBROMATOSIS                                                M
F
---11
2
238      OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED SITES AND TISSUES    M
F
I      -      -      -
1       2
1
1
1        Z
Z        7
238.0      BONES AND ARTICULAR CARTILAGE                      M
F
1       -      -      -
1
238.4      PDLYCYTHAEMIA VERA                                              M
F
1
1
I
1         2
2
238.7      OTHER  LYMPHATIC AND HAEMATOPOIETIC           M
F
-      2
Z         4
TOTAL             (235-238)                                                              M
F
1
1
_       _       _       1       ]
1      1
1      2
1
1        4
Z       10
NEOPLASM OF UNSPECIFIED NATURE  (239)
239      NEOPLASM OF UNSPECIFIED NATURE                        H
F
I
1       1       1       -       -
2       2
1
2         3
1         9
239.5      OTHER GENITOURINARY ORGANS                             M
F
1         1
1         1
239.6      BRAIN                                                                           M
F
L
I       I       -       -       -
1      2
1
1         2
6
239.7      ENDOCRINE AND OTHER NERVOUS SYSTEM           M
239.6      OTHER SPECIFIED SITES                                       H
F
TOTAL               (239)                                                                                M
F
111--
2      2
1
2        3
1        9
TOTAL                         (140-239)                                                            M
F
3      8      4
2        6        2
5
3     12
8     11
18
33    24
27     48
65 136  202 279 383
99   149  213  228 302
401  373
251 233
211
182
228   238*
223   2021
III.  ENDOCRINE.  NUTRITIONAL AND METABO
IC DISEASES
240-
279)
DISORDERS OF THYROID GLAND  (240-246)
242      THYROTOXICOSIS WITH OR WITHOUT GOITRE        M
F
2
2
242.9      WITHOUT GOITRE OH OTHER CAUSE                      M
F
"      "
2
i
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45    50     55    60     65     70     75    80  85* TOTAL
CAUSE -01  -C4  -09  -14  -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
[CONGENITAL HYPOTHYROIDISM
Acquired hypothyroidism
. UMSPECIFIEO
240-246)
DISEASES OF OTHER ENDOCRINE GLANDS (250-259)
DIABETES MELLITUS M   -------  1  3  3  3  5  9  6 13 21  8 14 24  110
F    -   -  -   1  1  -   -   2  2  2  2   3  4  8 13 19 23 18 26  124
LWITHOUT MENTION OF COMPLICATION      M   -------1-1213
F   -  -  _  l  __-____-  ;;
KITH KETOACIDOSIS M ----------122-3--11 10
IITH RENAL MANIFESTATIONS
WITH OPHTHALMIC MANIFESTATIONS
WITH NEUROLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS
I WITH CIRCULATORY DISORDERS
WITH  OTHER  SPECIFIED  MANIFESTATIONS H
WITH COMPLICATIONS NOS
HYPOSLYCAEMIC COMA
ESORDERS OF ADRENAL GLANDS
LCORTICOADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY
1 3       3       4       5       9       6     14     22       8     14     24       113
2 2      2      2      3      4      8    13    19    23    18    26      124
NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES (260-26'
K&RITJOHAL MARASMUS
ROTEIN-CALORIE MALNUTRITION,  OTHER, NOS I
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT- 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45    50    55    60     65     70     75    80 65* lUl
LIST.                                  CAUSE -01  -04  -09 -14  -19 -24 -29 -34  -39 -44 -49  -54  -59 -64  -69  -74 -79 -84
265      THIAMINE AND NIACIN DEFICIENCY STATES        M -----------______ I
f i - - ;
265.1 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MANIFESTATIONS  M ---------__--____ *f____\
r -  -  - i : : ;
269 OTHER NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY          M ------_-i-_i-___i
p z I
269.9      UNSPECIFIED                                                            M --------      \--\-~--i.
' -   - :  -  = !
TOTAL             (260-269)                                                            M -------_i-_i-___i21 ,
F   i 3; i s a
OTHER METABOLIC DISORDERS AND IMMUNITY DISOPDERS (270-279)
270 AMINO-ACID TRANSPORT AND METABOLISM     M 2----------_-_____. %
F 2_--_-----_--______ z
270.2 AROMATIC AHINO-ACID                M 2----------_-_____. j
t         1-----------  j
270.6 UREA CYCLE                                                                H ---_-----_----_____ ^M
F   1 --_-_-_. 1
271 CARBOHYDRATE TRANSPORT AW) METABOLISM   M ---_-______________
F   1  1
271.0      GLYCOGENOSIS                                                          M ---_-_____-_____-__ M
F          1 -  1
272 LIPOID METABOLISM                                                   M -_-_-________-__i_- j
F _______________!___ i
272.3 HYPERCHYLOHICRONAEMIA                                      M ___________________
F ________-______!__- i
272.4 OTHER AM) UNSPECIFIED HYPEHLIPIDAEMIA    M ---_-.-_-_---_--      1      -     - i
F ___________________
273 PLASMA PROTEIN METABOLISM                                  M -_-_-_-_----_-_-__- ,^KL\
F ________________      i      _     - 1
273.8      OTHER                                                                           M -_-_-__-___-__----- *^H
F ____________-___i_- 1
274 GOUT                                                                                 M -_-_------______---
F - 1 1
274.8      WITH OTHER MANIFESTATIONS                             M -_-_-_----__-_----- JHB
F ____-_________---_l 1
275 MINERAL METABOLISM                                                 it __________---__---- B|
F _      -      -      -      1      -      _      1      -      -      -      - 2
275.0      IRON METABOLISM                                                   M __-_----_---------- 19
F       _      1      _      _      1      -      -      -      - 2
276 FLUID,  ELECTROLYTE, ACID-BASE BALANCE        M i___-_---------l--- 2
F ________--__-__---l 1
276.2      ACIDOSIS                                                                  M __-_----_-__-------■
F - _      _      _      -      1 1
276.7 HYPER P0TAS5AEMIA                                                 M i_---_---------l---
F ________--_-_-_---- ■"
277 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                                           M i__22_-------l----- **
F __i___-i---.---l--- *
277.0       CYSTIC  FIBROSIS                                                         M i__2__------------- 3
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00    01    05    10    15    20    25    30    35    40    45    50    55    60
E -01  -04 -09  -14  -19 -24  -29 -34  -39  -44 -49 _5* -59  .si
65     70     75    60  65+ TOTAL
I FCSPHYRIN METABOLISM
■AMYLOIDOSIS
IPOLYSACCHARIDOSIS
sesity and other hyperalimentation
IISGRDER INVOLVING THE ItffiUNE MECHANISM
DEFICIENCY OF HUMORAL IMMUNITY
UNSPECIFIED   IMMUNITY DEFICIENCt
UNSPECIFIED
IV.   DISEASES OF BLOOD AND BLOCD-FORMING ORGANS  (280-289)
ANAEMIAS (280-i
RON DEFICIENCY ANAEMIAS
THER DEFICIENCY ANAEMIAS
PERNICIOUS
EREDITARY HAEHOLYTIC ANAEMIAS
UNSPECIFIED
".QUIP ED MAEMOLYTIC ANAEMIAS
■©SPECIFIED
LASTIC ANAEMIA
2      2 7
tONSTirJTlONAL
IfittSPECIFIED
KER AND UNSPECIFIED ANAEMIAS
L
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
285.0      SIDEROBLASTIC
285.9      UNSPECIFIED
TOTAL (280-265)
OTHER (286-289)
286      COAGULATION DEFECTS
286.9      OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
00    01    05    10    15    20    25    30    35    40    45    50    55    60    65    70    75    80 85* TOTiL
-01  -04  -09 -14 -19  -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54  -59  -64  -69 -74 -79 -84      1
287      PURPURA AND OTHER HAEMORRHAGIC CONDITION tt        2
1113      11      io
287.2      OTHER NONTHROMBOCYTOPENIC PURFURA
287.3      PRIMARY THROMBOCYTOPENIA
267.5      THROMBOCYTOPENIA, UNSPECIFIED
1112
287.9      UNSPECIFIED HAEMORRHAGIC CONDITION
269      OTHER OF BLOOD AND BLOOD-FORMING ORGAN      M
269.8      OTHER
289.9      UNSPECIFIED
MENTAL DISORDERS  t290-319)
ORGANIC PSYCHOTIC CONDITIONS 1290-2941
290      SENILE AND PRESENILE
-       ~       13       7       7      7    23      «i
112       3       3       3      4    24S
SIMPLE TYPE
6     7   21      37
2      2   22B
290.1      PRESENILE DEMENTIA
-      -      1      3      4      1      -     ZV
112      3      2      12     1      I
290.2      SENILE DEMENTIA DEPRESSED OR  PARANOID    M
291      ALCOHOLIC PSYCHOSES
291.0      DELIRIUM TREMENS
291.2      OTHER ALCOHOLIC DEMENTIA
TOTAL (290-29'
I	
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
OTHER PSYCHOSES (295-299)
00    01    05    10    15    20    25    30    35    40    45    50    55    60    65    70    75    80 85+ TOTAL
-01  -04 -09 -14 -19 -24  -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64  -69  -74  -79 -84
SCHIZOPHRENIC PSYCHOSES
UNSPECIFIED
■  ITHER NONORGANIC FSYCHOSES
REACTIVE PSYCHOSIS OTHER AW) NOS
[UNSPECIFIED PSYCHOSIS
1
1
1
±
1
1
1
%
2
1
1
1
1
4
2
nCTIC,   PERSONALITY AND OTHER NON PSYCHOTIC MENTAL DISORDERS (300-316)
EUROTIC DISORDERS
NEUROTIC DEPRESSION
LCOHOL DEPENDENCE SYTOROME
1122466    11    10      632
■   ?UG DEPENDENCE
MORPHINE TYPE
I   INDEPENDENT ABUSE OF DRUGS
2      5      3      12      1
I   'ECIAL SYMPTOMS OR  SYNDROMES NEC
ANOREXIA NERVOSA
EATING DISORDERS, OTHER AND NOS
UNSPECIFIED
PRESSIVE DISORDER, NEC
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
VI.  DISEASES OF-THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND SENSE ORGANS (320-369)
INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (320-326)
320      DACTERIAL MENINGITIS
M 3      1
320.0      HAEMOPHILUS
320.1      PNEUMOCOCCAL
320.3      STAPHYLOCOCCAL
320.6      DUE TO OTHER SPECIFIED BACTERIA
320.9      DUE TO UNSPECIFIED BACTERIUM
322      MENINGITIS OF UNSFECIFIED CAUSE
322.9      UNSPECIFIED
523      EWCEFHALITIS AND MYELITIS
323.9      UNSPECIFIED CAUSE
NTRACRANIAL AND INTRASPINAL ABSCESS
324.0      INTRACRANIAL ABSCESS
TOTAL (320-326)
1    1    ______
HEREDITARY AND DEGENERATIVE DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM (330-337)
331      OTHER CEREBRAL DEGENERATIONS
331.0      ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
331.2      SENILE DEGENERATION OF BRAIN
331.4      OBSTRUCTIVE HYDROCEPHALUS
331.9      UNSPECIFIED
14      12     1      11
PARKINSON'S DISEASE
12      5i
12       V
:.0      PARALYSIS AGXTANS
12    "   10   KfcB
333.4      HUNTINGTON'S CHOREA
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
_ ??     £[     «     "     15     20     ?l     30     35     «0     45     50     55     60     65     70     75     80 85+ TOTAL
E -01  -04  -09 -14  -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74  -79 -84
SPINOCEREBELLAR DISEASE
, FRIEDREICH'S ATAXIA
| HEREDITARY SPASTIC PARAPLEGIA
| UNSFECIFIED
■   INTERIOR HORN CELL DISEASE
JHERDNIG-KOFFHANN DISEASE
[SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY
I MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE
ITHER DISEASES OF SPINAL CORD
■SYRirrGCttYELIA AND SYRINGOBULBIA
f VASCULAR "MYELOPATHIES
OTHER ttYELOPATH'
UNSPECIFIED
OTHER DISORDERS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (340-349)
JLTIFLE SCLEROSIS M _--------l-1431
HER DEttYELINATING DISEASES OF CNS
BHSPECIFIED
[PANTILE CEREBRAL PALSY
BER PARALYTIC SYNDROMES
-I---------------- !
21-------------- 3
1---------------- 1
 l__--l-_-l- 3
-____1_--1- 3
GENERALIZED CCNVULSIV!
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE. ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45 50  55 60  65  70  75 80 85* Toll
-  E -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -m   WkL\
345.3  GRAND MAL STATUS
345.4  PARTIAL. IMPAIRMENT OF CONSCIOUSNESS  M
345.9  UNSPECIFIED
348  OTHER CONDITIONS OF BRAIN
8.1  ANOXIC BRAIN DAMAGE
348.3  ENCEPHALOPATHY, UNSPECIFIED
346.6  OTHER
'.48.9      UNSPECIFIED
TOTAL (340-349)
DISORDERS OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM  (350-359)
356      HEREDITARY AND IDIOPATHIC PERIPHERAL
356.9  UNSPECIFIED
INFLAMMATORY AND TOXIC NEUROPATHY
357.0  ACUTE INFECTIVE POLYNEURITIS
IYONEURAL DISORDERS
358.0  MYASTHENIA GRAVIS
358.9  UNSPECIFIED
359  MYOPATHIES
359.2      MYOTONIC DISORDERS
.50-359) M
F 1
DISORDERS OF THE EYE AND ADNEXA (360-379)
366.9      UNSPECIFIED
TOTAL (360-379)
i- ---------___!
M l--___-______
F _____________
M !--__________
F ---__■________
H _____________
F _____________
rt i--__________
_
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX. AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
. Of    01    05    10    15    20    25    30    35    40    45    50    55    60    65    70    75    80 85+ TOTAL
>    E "01  -04  -09 -14  -19  -24  -29 -34  -39 -44 -49 -54  -59 -64 -69 -74  -79  -84
"        *      !      "      Z      3-     3      *      1      2      *      2      5    15    14    15    27    21    19    16      163
F *3£l25221Z3466     13     18     10       9    17       110
VII. DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (390-459)
F     ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER (390-392)
If-TH HEART INVOLVEMENT M        -
,	
L    ACUTE RHEUMATIC PERICARDITIS M
CHRONIC RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (393-398)
IXSEASES OF MITRAL VALVE
IttlTRAL STENOSIS H -----------xi-1--
F ----------1-21521
RHEUMATIC MITRAL INSUFFICIENCY       M   ___--_---__i_i_i_
OTHER AW) UNSPECIFIED
ISEA5ES OF AORTIC \
: RH'EUMATIC AORTIC STENOSIS
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
[SEASES OF MITRAL AND AORTIC VALVES
ISEASFS, OTHER ENDOCARDIAL STRUCTURES  M
DISEASES OF TRICUSPID VALVE
TIC HEART DISEASE
RHEUMATIC MYOCARDITIS
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIEO
HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE (401-405
jEKTTAL HYPERTENSION
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75     80 85* TOTlr
-01  -04 -09  -14 -19  -24  -29 -34  -39 -44 -49  -54  -59 -64   -69  -74 -79 -64
401.9  NOT SPECIFIED
402      HYPERTENSIVE HEART DISEASE
13      13
4     11       9       5      4    12       M
3       3       2       6    12    32   _$
40Z.O      MALIGNANT
402.9      NOT SPECIFIED
131344     10       954    11»
-2-      333      26    11    30      .[
03      HYPERTENSIVE RENAL DISEASE
-      7      1      4     6      2J
2      3      3     4     7    Ss>
403.9      NOT SPECIFIED
7  1  4  6  !0
Z  3  3  4  7  21
404  HYPERTENSIVE HEART AND RENAL DISEASE
404.9  NOT SPECIFIED
I5CHAEHIC HEART DISEASE (410-414)
410  ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
411  OTHER ACUTE AND SUBACUTE FORMS
1       1       4       1       4       5       4     14     19       8    10    25       98
---21348      7    11    18   47 EB
412      OLD MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
1112
413      ANGINA PECTORIS
414      OTHER CHRONIC FORMS
414.0      CORONARY ATHEROSCLEROSIS
414.1      ANEURYSM OF HEART
414.8      OTHER
414.9  UNSPECIFIED
4       4       8    10     12     16    11    26       «
1       2       1       8       6     13    13    36       «
DISEASES OF PULMONARY CIRCULATION (415-417)
415       ACUTE   PULMONARY HEART DISEASE
1      1      6    13    43    64 138 230 330 438 489 503 390 602   3243
1       7     12     36     62     9*   167  249 358 368 790    till
415.1      PULMONARY EMBOLISM
2  3  11'
1  1 Z      l"
416  CHRONIC PULMONARY HEART DISEASE
416.0  PRIMARY PULMONARY HYPERTENSION
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE n?     nl     *f     Vt     VL     Z;     2B     3°     35     *°     45     S0     5S     6°     65     70     75     60  65+  TOTAL
C    A    U    S    E ~01 "04  -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -64
«15-417>                                                            tt        -      -      -                "      -      "      "      1      1      -      I      -      1      2      1      2      3      ! 13
f 1--23--112 10
OTHER FORMS OF HEART DISEASE  (420-429)
EfcUTE PERICARDITIS M-----_i____ .
IF                                                                                                                                                    A-----l-__-_2
" 1___! 2
If OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED H-----_i____ j
1 l       :       : *
licUTE AND SUBACUTE EW)OCAHDITIS M ---------______-_!, *
LCUTE MYOCARDITIS
ENSPECIFIED
HHER DISEASES OF FERXCARDIUM
UNSPECIFIED
BER DISEASES OF EhOOCARDIUM
AORTIC VALVE DISORDERS
■ !EJCOCAFDITIS,  VALVE UNSPECIFIED
HYPERTROPHIC OBSTRUCTIVE
BJHER PRIMARY
jCGNDARY,  UNSPECIFIED
I BJCTION DISORDERS
■HER HEART BLOCK
3      4
8
7
15
4
9
56
2      3
*
°
7
7
9
40
1
1      1
2
I
4
1
1
2
1
13
5
4
11
3
6
38
1      1
2
5
6
5
5
26
1
2
,       ,
.
.
1
1
1
-
3
2
7
6
4
_
1
1
24
3
1
2
1
2
1
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45    50     55    60     65     70     75    80 85+ tS
-01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24
■34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
427      CARDIAC DYSRHYTHMIAS
427.3      ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AND FLUTTER
427.4      VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION AND FLUTTER      M
427.5      CARDIAC ARREST
427.6      PREMATURE BEATS
427.6      OTHER
427.9  UNSPECIFIED
428  HEART FAILURE
426.0   CONGEST!'
428.1  LEFT
428.9  UNSPECIFIED
1       3       1    12       ;j
■2       6       6    20       ^
1       Z      3    12       13
429      ILL-DEFINED HEART DISEASES
429.0      MYOCARDITIS,  UNSPECIFIED
429.1      MYOCARDIAL DEGENERATION
429.2      CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE,  NOS
-   i   _m_\
-      5       Uj
1       3      Z        l
2       14      3    32       37
-       1      5      6    £5       33
3     3   20
i3
1
429.3      CARDIOMEGALY
429.9      UNSPECIFIED
TOTAL     (420-429)
4  14  19  20  28 25 38 23 75  !*=»
4  4  5  12  12  20  28 40 101  Z-»
CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE (430-436)
430  SUBARACHNOID HAEMORRHAGE
4      3      1      -     3      58
8      9      4     4     2?irK
431      INTRACEREBRAL HAEMORRHAGE
9      3      5    17   18    17   17   &W3*
7       7     12     14     20    20    21    W"
INTRACRANIAL HAEMORRHAGE OTHER AND NOS      M
452.0      NONTRAUMATIC EXTRADURAL
432.9      UNSPECIFIED
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
00    01    05    10    15    20    25    30
BOCLUSION OF PHECEREBRAL ARTERIES
2       2       2 17
BASILAR ARTERY
■CAROTID ARTERY
VERTEBRAL ARTERY
ECLUSION OF CEREBRAL ARTERIES
KERE5RAL TKROMSOSIS
I   CEREBRAL EMBOLISM
■ I  UNSPECIFIED
:ent cerebral ischaehia
■VASCULAR DISEASE NOS
! CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE
CEREBRAL ATHEROSCLEROSIS
iOTHER GENERALIZED ISCHAEMIC
[CEREBRAL ANEURYSM,   NONRUPTURED
TE EFFECTS OF CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE    M
DISEASES OF ARTERIES,  ARTERIOLES AND CAPILLARIES (440-448)
OTOSCLEROSIS H -
2  2  5 11
f  ARTERIES OF THE EXTREMITIES
4      2      15
EKERALIZEO and unspecified
TIC ANEURYSM
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
441.0 DISSECTING (ANY PART) M -_.-._____12
441.1 THORACIC,  RUPTURED M ------____--
F ____________
441.2 THORACIC, WITHOUT MENTION OF RUPTURE  tt -----_--_____  i  ____  _ M
F " 1-   1
441.3 ABDOMINAL,  RUPTURED tt -----------135    12    23    17    10    14      85
F --------------8344625
441.4 ABDOMINAL WITHOUT MENTION OF RUPTURE      M ____________
F ____________
441.5 UNSPECIFIED SITE,  RUPTURED M _-_---------
442 OTHER ANEURYSM                                                           M __---_i_____i-i_
F ________________
442.2      OF ILIAC ARTERY                                                     M ___---_____----_
F ----___-----___-
442.8 OF OTHER SPECIFIED ARTERY                               M ------       1      _____      1      -      1      -
F ________________
443 OTHER PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE                 M ____-_____-----2
F _---_,--_____--_
443.9 UNSPECIFIED                                                              M --_---.-_-------      2
F ________________
444 ARTERIAL EMBOLISM AND THROMBOSIS       tt _---_-------il--
F ------------1-61
444.0 OF ABDOMINAL AORTA                                              M ___----------l-_
F ____________      1      _      1      _
444.1 OF OTHER AORTA                                                       tt ------_-_-------
F __-_--_____--_i_
444.2 OF ARTERIES OF THE EXTREMITIES                   M _---_-__---_i-_-
F ______________      4      -
444.8      OF OTHER SPECIFIED ARTERY                               M ___---___-------
F _---__---_-_---i
446      POLYARTERITIS NODOSA,  ALLIED COW)ITI0NS    M _--__--i-_--112i
F -----_i--.-_-.--_-
446.0      POLYARTERITIS NODOSA                                          M -------------111
F __-_-__i_--__----
446.2  HYPERSENSITIVITY ANGIITIS           M __-_--_---_---l-
F ___--__-_--_----
446.4       WEGENER'S GRANULOMATOSIS                                     M __---_-i----l---
447.2      RUPTURE OF ARTERY
447.6      ARTERITIS,  UNSPECIFIED
447.9      UNSPECIFIED
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35    40    45    50    55    60    65    70     75    80 85* TOTAL
,    E -01  -04  -09  -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44  -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79  -84
KCSEASES OF CAPILLARIES
1EDITARY HAEMOSRHAGIC TELANGIECTASIA M
DISEASES, VEINS,   LYMPHATICS;  OTHER DISEASES CIRCULATORY SYSTEM 1451-459)
| *«LE3:TIS AND THROM30PHLEBI1TS M        ________
F -_-____i
■DEEP VESSELS OF  LOWER EXTREMITIES M        ________
F ________
HJOKER EXTREMITIES, IfftSPECIFIED M        ----____
OTHER SITES
UNSPECIFIED  SITE
TKER VENOUS EMBOLISM AND THROMBOSIS
OF OTHER SPECIFIED VEINS
OF UNSPECIFIED SD
4KIC0SE VEINS OF LOXER I
. KITH INFLAMMATION
WITHOUT ULCER OR INFUU-1ATIGH
liRICCSE  VEINS OF OTHER SITES
OESOPHAGEAL VARICES WITH BLEEDING
BER DISORDERS CF CIRCULATORY SYSTEM        M
:UNSPECIFIED
2      12      4
112      3
2
_
2
rtr.
2
-      1      1
6
2
p
_
2
_      1
^
1
1
1
M
-
1
p
1
2      8      15
6     14     24     62     96  192  296  422  603  716  758 6271053    4876
5     10       7    18     27     66  112  171  306 437 566 6781548    3956
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT. 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75    80 85* lSP
LIST.                                   CAUSE -01  -04 -09  -14 -19  -24 -29  -34 -39 -44 -49 -54  -59 -64 -69  -74  -79 -ty,
VIII.DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (460-S19)
ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS  (460-46
464 ACUTE  LARYNGITIS AND TRACHEITIS                      M I---------------!.         fl|
F        2----1 <
464.0 ACUTE  LARYNGITIS                                                       M l------_--_---_____        .
f i - - -   ;
464.1 ACUTE TRACHEITIS                                                         M -------_---_____!__         i
464.2 ACUTE LARYNGOTRACHEITTS                                   M ---------_--_______
F 2 "      -      -        .
465 UPFER OF MULTIPLE OR UNSPECIFIED SITE   M 2------__---_______   t
F -_-----____--_____.
465.9      UNSPECIFIED SITE                                                   M 2------__----______        z
F --------__________..
466 ACUTE BRONCHITIS AID BRONCHIOLITIS               M i-----________i___l3
F i________-_________j
466.0 ACUTE BRONCHITIS                                                  M i------___---_i___i»
F        1 ___.       j
TOTAL             (460-466)                                                              M 4      -------------       1      -      l      -     1   -jl?
F 3----1---- 4
OTHER DISEASES OF UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT (470-478)
474       CHRONIC DISEASE  OF TONSILS AND  ADENOIDS     M -1---------        ________    3*1
F ___________-_l____-l
474.1 HYPERTROPHY                                                              M -_---__-_-________-
F _____________i____-l
474.9      UNSPECIFIED                                                            M -i_______________--l
F ____________________
478      OTHER DISEASES                                                           M i--_______________-        I
F ____________________
478.2 OF PHARYNX. NEC                    M i______________----   1
F ____________________
TOTAL     (470-478)                       M ii--_-_-_--_--__---2
F !____-   1
PNEUMONIA AND INFLUENZA (480-467)
480 VIRAL PNEUMONIA                      M _________  l  -__-----  2   3
F _i_______i___2-----*
480.0      DUE TO ADENOVIRUS                                                M ------------------     __\
F 2      -      -      -      -     "        *
480.9      UNSPECIFIED                                                              M ________-i_-------2£
F _i_______i-_--__---Z
481 PNEUMOCOCCAL PNEUMONIA M   1 ----111-133-3  1*
F 1--21S'
482 OTHER BACTERIAL PNEUMONIA             M ____---__-i--i---l  1   *"
F __________-----_---'
482.0  DUE TO KLEQ-I-LLA PNEUMONIAE         M ______----  i  -__-----   _
F ~__\
482.4      DUE TO STAPHYLOCOCCUS                                       M -----------------ll^
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
00    01    05    10    15    20    25    30    35    40    45    50    55    60    65    70    75    80 85+ TOTAL
-01  -04 -09 -14  -19  -24 -29 -34  -39 -44 -49 -54  -59 -64  -69 -74  -79  -64
DUE TD OTHER SPECIFIED BACTERIA
IffiONCHOPNEUKONIA, ORGANISM UNSPECIFIED      M        2
IWEUMONIA,  ORGANISH UNSPECIFIED
KITH PNEUMQtn
WITH OTHER RESPIRATORY MANIFESTATION      M
TH OTHER MANIFESTATIONS
1114        6
CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE AND ALLIED CONDITIONS (490-496)
BRCNIC BRONCHITIS
UNSPECIFIED
9       5     16
■   UNSPECIFIED
WCHIECTASIS
CRINSIC ALLERGIC ALVEOLITIS
FARMERS'   LUNG
JTHER ALLERGIC PNEUMONITIS
^SPECIFIED ALLERGIC ALVEOLITIS
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE. ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
-NT. 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45    50     55     60    65    70     75    80 85+ Tnr.i
LIST. CAUSE -01  -04  -09  -14  -19  -24 -29 -34  -39  -44 -49  -54  -59 -64  -69 -74 -79 -84
496      CHRONIC AIRWAYS OBSTRUCTION, NEC
7     28     23     26     22    17     fh
TOTAL (490-496) .   M -       -       -       -       -       2       -       -       _       1       3     17     19     36     73    89  102    77    74I
F 1       -       -       -       2       -       1       -       -       1       4       8     12     19     25    29     21    24    29
PNEUMOCONIOSIS, OTHER LUNG DISEASES DUE TO EXTERNAL AGENTS (500-503)
500      COALHCRKERS'
1     -       1
502      DUE TO OTHER SILICA OH SILICATES                   M -----------1--1334<ju
507      PNEUMONITIS DUE TO SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS        M __-___------i       --11 9t
F   "- l----l!
507.0  DUE TO INHALATION OF FOOO OR VOMIT    M --~------------±--i     1 _B
F 1  -  -  -  -  1   2
TOTAL     (500-508)                       M -----------1--23365  20
f --_-!--__!   j
OTHER DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (510-5191
510 EMPYEHA                                                                        M --------------i----!
510.9      WITHOUT MENTION OF FISTULA                            H ------_-__----l-_-     -       1
F ______----________       -*^E
511 PLEURISY                                                                      M --____--------_-_ii Mt
F ----------------1-1       2
511.0  WITHOUT MENTION OF EFFUSION OH       M ______----------_i;2
CURRENT TUBERCULOSIS                F ____________________
511.9  UNSPECIFIED PLEURAL EFFUSION         M __________________  -^B
F ________________l_i;
512 PNEUMOTHORAX                                                              tt ______---------i-_- Hi
F __________________  -^K
513 ABSCESS OF LUNS AND MEDIASTINUM        M ______1-----------12
F _________-_-i_i--_-2
513.0      ABSCESS OF LUNG                                                   M ______1-----------1Z
F _______-_---i-i----2
514 PULMONARY CONGESTION AND HYPOSTASIS     n2o---i---------_--14  26
F        7----1 __--     3      11
515 POSTINFLAMMATORY PULMONARY FIBROSIS            M ______---2--il-425S-3
F -----111-3425      17
516 OTHER ALVEOLAR PNEUMOPATHY                                M _--_----_-_---12---3
F 2i_____-----il---l-*i
516.3      IDIOPATHIC FISR0SIN3 ALVEOLITIS                 M ______------_-l2---J
F __-l----l     -       I
516.3      OTHER                                                                        M ______-------------"
F ei____-_-___-i----     ^H
516      OTHER DISEASES OF  LUNG                                        M 5----------I----I-     ^M
F      1 i_:l__---i»
518.0      PULMONARY COLLAPSE                                             M _------------------       j
F i-.--.-------------1
518.4  ACUTE OEDEMA OF LUNG, UNSPECIFIED
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
,«__*« U?     "     0S     10     3S     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75     80 85+  TOTAL
U    S    E "Ol -04 -09 -14  -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
INSUFFICIENCY POST TRAUMA AND SURGERY    tt
EOTHEft DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
:  OF TRACHEA AND BRONCHUS,  NEC
IX.   OISEASES OF THE  DIGESTIVE SYSTEM  (520-579)
I DISEASES OF OESOPHAGUS,  STOMACH AW) DUODENUM (530-537)
gSEASES OF ESOPHAGUS M        -
F -
■ACHALASIA AND CARDIOSPASM M -
F -
■OESOPHAGITIS H -
■STRICTURE AND STENOSIS
PERFORATION
UNSPECIFIED M _-__-____---_-----l
F _________-__-_-__-_
ASTRIC ULCER M __--------111234213
I HAEMORRHAGE AND PERFORATION tt
CHRONIC OR NOS WITH KAEKORRHAG!
CHRONIC OS NOS WITH PERFORATION
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45    50     55    60     65     70     75    80 85+ TOtW
'     E -01  -04  -09 -14  -19 -24 -29 -34  -39  -44  -49 -54  -59 -64  -69  -74 -79 -84
532      DUODENAL ULCER
532.0      ACUTE WITH HAEMORRHAGE
532.2      ACUTE HITH HAEMORRHAGE AND PERFORATION M -_----_--_______
F --------________
532.4 CHRONIC OR NOS WITH HAEMORRHAGE      M ------------1212
F ----__-____   !   _  _  _   2-
532.5 CHROMIC OR NOS HITH PERFORATION M ----------      -Zi--Z
533      PEPTIC ULCER, SITE UNSPECIFIED M ---_--_-i-__i__i2-2 7
F 1       -       -       -       1       -       -      3 5
533.4 CHRONIC OR NOS WITH HAEMORRHAGE      M -----_--i____-_i2_£ 6
F - 1 1
533.5 CHRONIC OR NOS WITH PERFORATION M ---___--____-_____.
534      GASTROJEJUNAL ULCER
534.4      CHRONIC OR NOS HITH HAEMORRHAGE
534.5      CHRONIC OR NOS WITH PERFORATION
535      GASTRITIS AND DUODENITIS
ALCOHOLIC GASTRITIS
535.5      GASTRITIS AND GASTRCDUODENITXS NOS M
536      DISORDERS OF FUNCTION OF STOMACH
536.6      OTHER
537      OTHER DISORDERS OF STOMACH AND DUODENUM
537.8      OTHER
TOTAL (530-537)
APPENDICITIS (540-543)
540      ACUTE AFPENDICITIS
540.0      WITH GENERALIZED PERITONITIS
-      -     1        3
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX. AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
oo    01    05    10    15    ?q    ?-
USE
00 01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35 40  45  50  55 60  65  70  75 80 85+ TOTAL
01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
HERNIA OF ABDOMINAL CAVITY (550-553)
INGUINAL HERNIA
I OTHER ABDOMINAL HERNIA HITH GANGRENE
DIAPHRAGMATIC, WITH GANGRENE
I OF UNSPECIFIED SITE, HITH GANGRENE
I FEMORAL, HITH OBSTRUCTION
UMBILICAL, HITH OBSTRUCTION
VENTRAL, HITH OBSTRUCTION
OF UNSPECIFIED SITE, WITH OBSTRUCTION M
BIAPHRAGMATIC
OF UNSPECIFIED SITE
iCNINFECTIVE ENTERITIS AND COLITIS (555-553)
gglONAL ENTERITIS M
F
■UNSPECIFIED SITE
BPATHIC PROCTOCOLITIS
12 4
H CC'JLAR  INSUFFICIENCY OF INTES
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT. 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45    50     55    60     65    70     75    60 85+ TOTAi
LIST.                                  CAUSE -01  -04 -09 -14  -19 -24 -29 -34  -39 -44 -49  -54 -59 -64  -69 -74 -79 -84
557.9      UNSPECIFIED                                                            M -------------_____1
558      OTHER GASTROENTERITIS AND COLITIS                 M l--------l----3___2
F 11---- 1121 7
TOTAL             (555-558)                                                            M 2--------I31237633l0fti
F 21'-----1----1567    12      6    14       55
OTHER DISEASES OF INTESTINES AND PERITONEUM 1560-569)
560      INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION                                        M ------------      i      i      _      3      2      3     3      „
WITHOUT MENTION OF HERNIA               F 21----l----11127539jj
560.0 INTUSSUSCEPTION                                                     H ------____-________
F        2  -      -        Z
560.1 PARALYTIC ILEUS                                                   M --------__--___i___        1
F -----__________!___         x
560.2 VOLVULUS                                                                  M _----_-____-___ii-_       ,
F ------i___-___i21__s
560.3 OTHER                                                                         M _-_-_--___--_i__il25
F -----------11--2324       11
560.9      UNSPECIFIED                                                            M ----------~-i--i--i       j
F -1-----------112115      1!
562      DIVERTICULA OF INTESTINE                                    M -----------1-121417      17
F ----------13-1-5759       31
562.0 SMALL INTESTINE                                                   M __-_-___-_-________
F __---______i_______i
562.1 COLON                                                                        M -----------1-121417      17
F ----------12-1-5759       33
564      FUNCTIONAL DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, NEC            M ----------------ii-       2
F _____________i__---       i
564.1 IRRITABLE COLON                                                   M __-_--_____-_---ii-        2
564.7 MEGACOLON, OTHER THAN HIRSCHSPRUNG'S      M -----------------  K?
F __-_-______--      1      _      -      -      -     -       1
566 ABSCESS OF ANAL AND RECTAL REGIONS     tt ___---_____-------l   1
F __________,-____----
567 PERITONITIS                                                                M ___----___-_--i-2-l*
F 1-2S.
567.2 OTHER SUPPURATIVE                                               tt ___-______------2--       t
F ------------ -     1        1
567.9      UNSPECIFIED                                                            M _-_--------___i_--l       *
F 1-1        j
568 OTHER DISORDERS OF PERITONEUM                         M ___--__-_-_-      1      __      l      -      -     -        *
568.0 PERITONEAL ADHESIONS                                        M ___._______-----l--- S
F ____--_____--------*
568.8 OTHER                                                                        H ____----_--_l_-----       1
F ______„____--------
569 OTHER DISORDERS OF INTESTINE           M ___---_-----_-l-2--   ;
F        --_------- 122       5
569.1 RECTAL PROLAPSE                                                   M ______-__-_--------       *
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75     60  85+
E -01  -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44  -49 -54   -59  -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
HAEMORRHAGE OF RECTUM AND ANUS
IUNSPECIFIED
OTHER DISEASES OF DIGESTIVE SYSTEM    (570-579)
IfcCUTE AND SUBACUTE NECROSIS OF  LIVER
HeRONIC LIVER DISEASE AND CIRRHOSIS M 1
BALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER
.CUTE ALCOHOLIC HEPATITIS
2      111
ALCOHOLIC CIRRHOSIS OF LIVER
ALCOHOLIC  LIVER DAMAGE,  NOS
CHRONIC HEPATITIS
2      12 16
■BILIARY CIRRHOSIS
OTHER  CHRONIC NONALCOHOLIC
I   ABSCESS OF   LIVER
pR DISORDERS OF   LIVER
TIS UNSPECIFIED
IALLELADOER KITH ACUTE CHOLECYSTITIS
L iLt
ILLSLADDER HITH OTHER CHOLECYSTITIS       H
F	
-___-l___-
1
1
3
u
.. -.
1
F ^_I_--------l-22344
____-------2
"   :::.----- i - » » -
i ~  z  '  z  '.  z  '  -  -  I  i  i
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
574.4  BILE DUCT HITH OTHER CHOLECYSTITIS
OTHER DISORDERS OF GALLBLADDER
3       1       1       3       2      1       n
-   i   i   i   i  s m
575.0      ACUTE CHOLECYSTITIS
-      3      1      _\
111     Z       -
575.1      OTHER CHOLECYSTITIS-
575.9      UNS
576      OTHER DISORDERS OF BILIARY TRACT
576.1      CHOLANGITIS
576.2      OBSTRUCTION OF BILE DUCT
-     12
576.4      FISTULA OF BILE DUCT
576.6      OTHER
577  DISEASES OF PANCREAS
577.0  ACUTE PANCREATITIS
577.1  CHRONIC PANCREATITIS
578  GASTROINTESTINAL HAEMORRHAGE
578.0   HAEttATEMESIS
1      -       _M_
576.1      MELAENA
576.9  UNSPECIFIED
579  INTESTINAL MALABSORPTION
COELIAC DISEASE
7 1* KS
9 25 E»
M 3      -      -      2      -      1      2      7    12    24    42    41    57    61    72    SO    39   22   57    *;
F 4       2       1       1       -       -       4       5     11     14     26     39     34     28    30     48    43    30    64
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX. AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
-..._- °?     1}     «     10     1S     20     2S     30     35     40     45     50     55    60     65     70     75    80 85+ TOTAL
CAUSE -01  -0* -09 -14 -19 -24  -29  -34 -39  -44 -49  -54 -59 -64 -69 -74  -79 -84
X. DISEASES OF THE GENITO-URINARY SYSTEM (580-629)
FKSITIS, NEPHROTIC SYNDROME AND NEPHROSIS (580-589)
EUTE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS
[WITH OTHER PATHOLOGICAL  LESION
UNSPECIFIED
-FHROTIC   5YNDR(
UNSPECIFIED
I i::  :::::_::  _ !
" :  -":::::::::::::::  _ _
n ---------------i___ i
F --------___-_______
H ------------i-i-_i_ 3
f 3      1      - 4
1 1 - 1
RONIC GLOMERULONEPHRITIS
WITH OTHER PATHOLOGICAL LESION
UNSPECIFIED
HITH OTHER  PATHOLOGICAL  LESION
UNSPECIFIED
UTE RENAL FAILURE
SONIC RENAL FAILURE
IAL FAILURE, UNSPECIFIED
IAL SCLEROSIS. UNSPECIFIED
[ OTHER DISEASES OF URINARY SYSTEM  (590-599)
tIC PYELONEPHRITIS
(CUTE PYELONEPHRITIS
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT. 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45    50     55    60     65    70     75    60 65+ TOTAf
LIST.                                  CAUSE -01 -04 -09  -14  -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44  -49 -54 -59 -64  -69 -74 -79 -84
590.2      RENAL AND PERINEPHRIC ABSCESS                     M -------_----_-____     _   3
F i   _   _   _   _    ;
590.8 PYELONEPHRITIS NOS                                            M --_-_-----_____-2li        4
F -3-3        6
590.9 UNSPECIFIED                                                           M ------.-------^---.-^
F -      - 11        1
592 CALCULUS OF KIDNEY AND URETER                          H ------------^^---i1        .
F 1       "       "      - 1
592.0      OF KIDNEY                                                                M _-_______________i1        %
F 1      -      -     _       x
593 OTHER DISORDERS OF KIDNEY AND URETER    H -___-_________ii_il4
F 11   I
593.2 CYST OF KIDNEY. ACQUIRED                                M -----------_______1        j
F ___________________
593.3 STRICTURE OR KINKING OF URETER                   M --------------1---- ;f*j|S
F ____________________
593.4 OTHER URETERIC OBSTRUCTION                           H _---_-_-------_i--.       i
F ___________________
593.8 OTHER                                                                           M -----_-_--_-____---
F -----------------11        2
593.9 UNSPECIFIED                                                            M _-__-_-----__-_--i-       i
F ________--________-.
595  CYSTITIS                           M ____------------l-l2
F __-_--_-_-----------
595.0  ACUTE                            tt __------_-_-____l--   l
F ___________________
595.9      UNSPECIFIED                                                            M ____--------------l       1
F __________--------- .^E
598 URETHRAL STRICTURE                                                 M -_-----_------~--ll&2
F ____________--_-_---
598.9      UNSPECIFIED                                                              M ____-----_-------ll        I
F ____________-------
599 OTHER DISORDERS OF URINARY TRACT                   M -1-------------11--       8
F 11---214       9
599.0 INFECTION SITE NOS                                            M __------_------ll-2**
F -       - 1       1       -       -       -       2      1      4        9
599.1 URETHRAL FISTULA                                                 M _____----_--------     11
F _______---_-------  '^K
599.6 URINARY OBSTRUCTION, UNSPECIFIED     M _----___-_--------  1
F '__%
599.7 HAEMATURIA                                                              M _'_---_---_--------     1
F ____---__----------
599.8 OTHER                                                                        tt _i_---------------- ig*
F -^M
TOTAL             (590-599)                                                            M -1----------114555   15 JJ?
F __---_---      1      1      1      1      1      1      1      6    10   13      »
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
_..,_- 0°     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45     50     55     60    65    70    75    80 85+ TOTAL
CAUSE -01  -04 -09 -14 -19  -24 -29 -34  -39  -44 -49  -54 -59  -64 -69 -74  -79 -84
DISEASES OF HALE GENITAL ORGANS (600-608)
BlYPERPLASIA OF PROSTATE tt-----___ ' -„„„,„
| ---------  2  2  2  6 18   32
PNFUI-1ATORY DISEASES OF FROSTATE       M   ------------_____   i
ABSCESS                              K   -----------_-____!_ j
OTHER DISORDERS                      M   ----------_-___2___ -
r OTHER INFLAtmATORY DISORDERS         M   -------------__-___ «
(600-60S)                           M   --------------2429  18 35
INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF FEMALE PELVIC ORGANS (614-616)
I  SALPINGITIS AND CCFHCRITIS NOS
UNSPECIFIED
XI. COMPLICATIONS PREGNANCY, CHILDBIRTH,  PUERPERIUtt (630-676)
COMPLICATIONS MAINLY RELATED TO PREGNANCY (640-648
MILD  OR  UNSPECIFIED PRE-ECLAMPSIA
XII.  DISEASES OF THE SKIN AND  SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE  (660-709)
INFECTIONS OF  SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE  (680-686)
OTHER CELLULITIS AtO ABSCESS
■LEG, EXCEPT FOOT
I     (680-686)                                                            M ___----
F _--__--
I    OTHER INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS, SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE (690-698)
ICNTACT DERMATITIS AND OTHER ECZEMA             M _-_----
■UNSPECIFIED CAUSE                                               M _--_---
F ___----
KYTHEKATOUS CONDITIONS                                      M _---_--
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE. ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45    50     55     60     65     70     75    80 85+ TOHB
CAUSE -01  -04 -09  -14 -19 -24 -29  -34  -39 -44  -49 -54 -59  -64  -69 -74 -79 -84
695.4      LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS
TOTAL (680-709) M ________
F -__!____
XIII. DISEASES, MUSCULO-SKELETAL SYSTEM, CONNECTIVE TISSUE (710-739)
ARTHROPATHIES AND RELATED DISORDERS (710-719)
710  DIFFUSE DISEASES OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE   M   --_-____
F   ----11-1
710.0 SYSTEMIC  LUFUS ERYTHEMATOSUS M --------
F        ____ii_i
710.1 SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS M   ________
F   ________
710,4      POLYMYOSITIS M        -__-_-_-
714.0 RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS                                          M _-__-_-_--_-ii_23i- s
F ---------      1      1      1      1      1      4      3      4     4     3 23
714.1 FELTY'S SYNDROME M -____-____-_-____--
F ___________i2______ j
714.2 OTHER WITH VISCERAL INVOLVEMENT      M _--_-_-__--_i_---_- i
F _______-__-_-i_3__- 4
714.6  OTHER                            M ---.------_---_----- 1
F -------_--_-_--__--
715 OSTEOARTHROSIS AW) ALLIED DISORDERS             M -_______________i2- 3
F _-_-_-______-i2-i33lo
715.0      GENERALIZED M -________-_______--
F -__-_-______-i___-i _
715.3 LOCALIZED, NOS                                                     M _-_-_--_-_-_--_-i-- 1
F _--_____----_-2_ill 5
715.9       UNSPECIFIED                                                                   M -__-_-__-_-____--2- 2
F _______________-_2l 3
716 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED ARTHROPATHIES             M _-_---__-_--_---ll- Z
F __________-____iill *
716.9      UNSPECIFIED                                                              M _-_-_-__-_--_---ll- Z
F _______      1      1      1     1 4
719 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED DISORDER OF JOINT M _-_-_-_------_l---- 1
719.9  UNSPECIFIED                          M ___----_------l---- -
TOTAL     (710-719) M___-____-l__231364-»
F ----11-11212447968754
DORSOPATHIES (720-724)
720 INFLAMMATORY SPONDYLOPATHIES M -----------1-1---1"
f _____-__------_---- K
720.0      ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS                                     M ___-_------l-l---l- J
 CAUSE
I INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DISORDERS
1 DISORDER HITH MYELOPATHY
DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
J?  21 HI     }t     1*     3  2S  3°  M *°  1 50  55  60  6S  70  75 80 85+ TOTAL
■  RKEUHATISM, EXCLUDING THE BACK (725-729)
I3THER DISORDERS OF SOFT TISSUES M
F
|  MYALGIA AW) HYOSITIS, NOS H
F
■OTHER AW) UNSPECIFIED tt
F
I    (725-729) tt
OTHER DISEASES OF THE MUSCULO-SKELETAL SYSTEM  (730-739)
ENFECTIONS INVOLVING BO!
■ACUTE OSTEOMYELITIS
CHRONIC OSTEOMYELITIS
UNSPECIFIED OSTEOMYELITIS
OSTEITIS DEFORMANS WITHOUT BONE TUMOUR M
Ether disorders of bone and carttlagi
l osteoporosis
PATHOLOGICAL  FRACTURE
OIRVATURE OF SPINE
KYPHOSIS   (ACQUIRED)
KOSCOLIOSIS AND SCOLIOSIS
1
1
2
-
1
1
_
1
1
_
1
_
1
M         ______
_ \
.               _
.       _
-
1
M
-
3
5
M
-
1
5
n
Z
1
M
M
1
7
3
6
12
1-22517651 30
3      1      2      4      5      7      9      7    12    14        68
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75    80 85+ TOT.)
USE -01   -04 -09  -14  -19  -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54  -59  -64  -69 -74 -79 -64 *
XIV.  CONGENITAL ANOMALIES
NERVOUS SYSTEM (740-742)
:NCEPHALUS AND SIMILAR ANOMALIES
740.0      ANENCEPHALUS
741      SPINA BIFIDA
741.0      WITH HYDROCEPHALUS
741.9      WITHOUT MENTION OF HYDROCEPHALUS
OTHER CONGENITAL ANOMALIES CNS
742.1      HICROCEPHALUS
742.3      CONGENITAL HYDROCEPHALUS
OTHER ANOMALIES OF BRAIN
F      12      1
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (745-747)
745      BULBUS CORDIS ANOMALIES AW) ANOMALIES        M      12       1      1
OF   CARDIAC  SEPTAL  CLOSURE F 6       3       2
745.0       COMMON TRUNCUS
745.1      TRANSPOSITION OF GREAT VESSELS
745.2      TETRALOGY OF FALLOT
745.3      COMMON VENTRICLE
745.4      VENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECT
745.5      OSTIUM SECUNOUtt,  ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECT
5.6       EW)_CARDIAL CUSHION DEFECTS II 1 -
F 1111
746      OTHER CONGENITAL ANOMALIES OF HEART
746.0      ANOMALIES OF PULMONARY VALVE
746.3      STENOSIS OF AORTIC VALVE
746.4      INSUFFICIENCY OF AORTIC VALVE
746.7      HYPOPLASTIC LEFT HEART SYNDROME
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55 60  65  70  75 60 65+ TOTAL
CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
Mil
I UNSPECIFIED
BOTHER ANOMALIES OF CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
PATENT DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS
. COARCTATION OF AORTA
ANOMALIES OF PULMONARY ARTERY
ANOMALIES OF GREAT VEINS
1ALIES OF PERIPHERAL VASCULAR I
,
1
E UNSPECIFIED
IESPIRATOHY SYSTEM (748-749)
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
AGENSIS,  HYPOPLASIA,   DYSPLASIA,   LUNG       M
OTHER ANOMALIES OF  LUNG
I UNSPECIFIED
CLEFT PALATE AND CLEFT LIP
I CLEFT PALATE HITH CLEFT UP
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (750-751)
OTHER OF UPPER ALIMENTARY TRACT
gTHER ANOMALIES OF DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
MECKEL'S DIVERTICULUM
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT. 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45    50     55     60     65     70     75    80 65+ TOTTO
LIST.                                   CAUSE -01  -04 -09 -14 -19  -24  -29  -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59  -64 -69  -74 -79 -84
751.1      ATRESIA AND STENOSIS,  SMALL INTESTINE    M 2-------___--______
751.6      GALLBLADDER,  BILE DUCTS AND LIVER             M ------------------     ^ ^
r   ----- i  ;
TOTAL             (750-751)                                                            n z-----------------. ,
r         2 1 1 j
GENITOURINARY SYSTEM  (752-753)
752 GENITAL ORGANS                                                           M -i--------_--______ j
F --_---_-___________
752.5 UNDESCENDED TESTICLE                                          M -i---_-~_-_-_-_____ l
753 URINARY SYSTEM                                                           M i----_--i_-_--_i___ -
F         3--- ___!!____ s
753.0 RENAL AGENESIS AND DYSGENESIS.                    II l-----_--__--______ x
f         1 1  2
753.1 CYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE               M -_----_-___--__i___ x
F 2_____________1-___ 3
753.3      OTHER ANOMALIES OF KIDNEY                               M __--____i__________ l
F __--___-___-_______
TOTAL             (752-753)                                                            M ii_---_-i_----_i__. 4
F 3-_---_------ii--_- 5
LIMBS AND MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM      (754-756)
754 CERTAIN MUSCULOSKELETAL DEFORMITIES             M -----------------I- 1
F i__________-_-__-_- 1
754.3 CONGENITAL DISLOCATION OF HIP                      M __-____--__----_---
F         i_--_------- -- 1
754.8      OTHER                                                                           M __--___--__--___-i- 1
F ___________________
756      OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL                                            M 6------------------ 6
F         11 -  2
756.4 CHONDRODYSTROPHY                                                  M i_-________--___--- 1
F         ii-__-__- ____ 2
756.6 DIAPHRAGM                                                                  M 2__________-_____-- 2
F ___________________ ^9
756.7 ABDOMINAL WALL                                                       M 2_-_--_----__------ 2
F _______-___----_---
756.8 OTHER ANOMALIES OF MUSCLE,  TENDON,           M i__-___-___-------- 1
FASCIA AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE         F __----_------_-----
TOTAL     (754-756)                       M 6_--___----------l- 1
F    2   1   -----   -  J
OTHER (757-759)
758  CHROMOSOMAL ANOMALIES                H ei----------------~ 9
F        52 1 " 8
758.0 DOWN'S SYNDROME                                                     M        4      1             -      "     ' *
F         2      1 -      -      -      1 - *
758.1 PATAU'S SYNDROME                     M i___--------------- *
758. Z      EDWARD'S SYNDROME                                                M 2_--___------------ \
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE                                               2?     \_     «!     _     J?     I*     11     3°     35    A°     -SI     50     55     60     65     70     75     80 85+ TOTAL
C     A     U     S     E                                             _°1  -M  -°9 *-» "19 -24 -29 -34 -59  -44  -49 -54  -59 -64  -69  -74 -79 -84
*fc  OTHER CONDITIONS DUE TO AUTOSOMAL M        l----____
■ ANOMALIES                         F------__I_II~I*~ X
j  CONDITIONS DUE TO ANOMALY OF M-_--______
UNSPECIFIED CHROMOSOME                ^-1--------Z-ZZ'. i
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED M5--_--__ t
:-:::::::: i
■MULTIPLE,  SO DESCRIBED M4-----_-__
i fs--------.:::::::::*
hER                               \   j  :::::::::  i  ::::::  :  : j
1757-759)                                                          M13      1------_-i--_____ 15
F          92 1  12
(740-759)                                                          H66       63--1233-1-11-4-1- 92
F50       95112-ll--3-5i___1 78
XV.CAUSES OF  PERINATAL MORTALITY  (EXCLUDING STILLBIRTHS)   (760-779)
HETUS OR NEKBORN AFFECTED BY MATERNAL        M         l--_---__-__--_____ x
KHDITIGHS UNRELATED TO PREGNANCY                  F         3-----------------_ 3
■ MATERNAL INJURY                                                            M          l__--_-_------_____ ±
F ___________________
■ OTHER M __----_____________
F          3------------------ 3
FETUS OR NEWBORN AFFECTED BY MATERNAL   m  18  ------------------ 18
COMPLICATIONS OF FREGNANCY              F    7_-________--_-____ 7
■ INCOMPETENT CERVIX                 H   2_---_----__------- 2
F    ___________________
■ PREMATURE RUPTURE OF MEtSRANES                      M          4_---_---_-_-_-____ 4
F          3__________----____ 3
f POLYHYDRAMNIOS                                                       H         2__--------________ 2
F -------------------
■ MULTIPLE FREGNANCY                                              M      10      ___--__----------- 10
F4---------  *
rETUS, NEWBORN AFFECTED BY COMPLICATIONS »      10      ------------------ 10
Dp PLACENTA,  CORD AND MEMBRANES                      F15      ___-----_--------- 15
■ PLACENTA PRAEVIA                                                   H      "-Z    ~~     —    " _     >                                 _____-_--__ 2
F3-----  3
■ OTHER  FORMS OF  PLACENTAL SEPARATION          tt          4------------------ 4
BUS HAEMORRHAGE                                                     F         s__---------------- 8
■ OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MORPHOLOGICAL,       Mi__--_--------- 1
I FUNCTIONAL ABNORMALITIES OF PLACENTA      F         i_-_---_----------- 1
■ PROLAPSED  CORD                                                              M          -__---__------- Z
F          i_----------------- 1
■ OTHER  COMPRESSION CF UMBILICAL CORD          M          __-__--------"- ~
F         z,      --------------               - -
PcHORIOAMNIONTnS Ml_---------- "      "
F ___---------------
KTUS CR NEWBORN AFFECTED BY OTHER               M2_-------                                 "      ~      ~      I      I      _      _ 3
BWPLICATIONS OF  LABOUR AND DELIVERY F 3__-----------
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT. 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45    50     55     60     65     70     75     80 65+ T0T*I
LIST. CAUSE -01  -04  -09 -14 -19  -24 -29 -34  -39 -44  -49 -54  -59  -64  -69  -74   -79 -84 _■■
763.0 BREECH DELIVERY AND EXTRACTION M        l------------_____.        ,
'    i -----   .   .  .    J
763.1 MALPRESENTATION,  MALPOSITION, M        ------_-_-_-______„■■
DISPROPORTION,   LABOUR  AND  DELIVERY F l---_---_---_______ j
763.4      CAESAREAN DELIVERY M        l-----__-_--______,        -
763.9      UNSPECIFIED M --------__-_-_____.   ^H
F 1      -      -      -      -      - -      _     _        |
764 SLOW FETAL GROWTH AND MALNUTRITION M 2-----_--_________,        _
j * " 2
764.9      FETAL GROWTH RETARDATION,  NOS M        2-----_--_________.        ;
F 2 2
765 SHORT GESTATION AND LOH BIRTHHEIGHT NOS    Mil       ------_--_-__-_--.     tjS
F12 12
765.0      EXTREME IMMATURITY H        9-__--_____________        9
765.1      OTHER PRETERM INFANTS
766       LONG GESTATION AND HIGH BIRTHHEIGHT
766.2      POST-TERtt INFANT, NOT HEAVY-FOR-DATES    tt        1
767      BIRTH TRAUMA
767.0      SUBDURAL AND CEREBRAL HAEMORRHAGE
766      INTRAUTERINE HYPOXIA AND BIRTH ASPHYXIA    M
766.2      FETAL DISTRESS BEFORE  LABOUR  LIVEBORN    M 1
768.4      FETAL DISTRESS NOS  LIVEDORN INFANT M 1
766.9      UNSPECIFIED tt        1
769       RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME tt       23
F      19
770  OTHER RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS N  13
F    5
770.1      MASSIVE ASPIRATION SYNDROME
770.2      INTERSTITIAL EMPHYSEMA
770.4      PRIMARY ATELECTASIS H        Z
770.5      OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED ATELECTASIS H        1
i.7      CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE ARISING        N
IN THE PERINATAL PERIOD F
770.8      OTHER,  AFTER BIRTH M 3
F Z
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
..,,__ 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75     80 65+ TOTAL
CAUSE -01  -04  -09 -14  -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44  -49 -54 -59 -64 -69  -74  -79 -84
[NFECTiCN SPECIFIC TO PERINATAL FERIOD       M 3----.__________
ETAL AND NEONATAL HAEMORRHAGE
INTRAVENTRICULAR
UNSPECIFIED
K5YW!ROME OF INFANT OF DIABETIC MOTHER    H        1
pIHATAL DISORDERS OF DIGESTIVE SYSTEM    tt        5
NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS
{PERINATAL INTESTINAL PERFORATION
UNSPECIFIED
XVI. SYMTOHS,  SIGNS AND ILL-DEFINED CONDITIONS (780-799)
i SYHPTOMS (780-789)
".NEPAL  SYMPTOMS
CONVULSIONS
I    (780-789) M i       _____      -
F _______
[ ILL-DEFINED AND UNKNOWN CAUSES OF MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY (797-799)
EILITY WITHOUT MENTION OF  PSYCHOSIS M _______
F        ___----
DDEN DEATH, CAUSE UNKNOWN H17   1-----
F   10   ------
BUDOEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME M17      1-----
F      10       ------
■UNATTENDED DEATH H __-__--
  DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
OTHER COLLISION, HIGHUAT
DRIVER OF MOTOR VEHICLE
PASSENGER IN MOTOR VEHICLE
r-UNSPECIFIED PERSON
KONCGLLISION DUE TO LOSS OF CONTROL,
DRIVER OF MOTOR VEHICLE
00 01 05 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 60 85+ TOTAL
-01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
I PASSENGER IN MOTOR VEHICLE M   1-1-  19  14  642113111
j MOTORCYCLIST M   ---236321
UNSPECIFIED PERSON
NCNCCLLISICN, BOARDING CR ALIGHTING
j PASSENGER IN MOTOR VEHICLE M ----------1--------    1
■Unspecified person m _-__-_-__-_--__--.--       i
F ___________________
OTHER KONCOLLISION M ---1111-11--------- 6
F _-__-_--__-__-_-__-
| DRIVER CF MOTOR VEHICLE H ______l-l-_-------- 2
F ___________________
PASSENSER  IN MOTOR  VEHICLE M _-_i_____i____-__-_ 2
F ___________________
- HOTORCYCLIST M ___-i____-____----_ 1
F ___________________
■  UNSPECIFIED PERSON M -----!--_---------- 1
F ______________--_--
Specified nature m ----52211-1-1111---      16
F --11122-1-----1---- 9
fcDRIVER OF MOTOR VEHICLE M ______      l      1      ----------      - 2
F _______--___-_-----
EjPASSENSER IN MOTOR VEHICLE M __--2---__-----l--- 3
F __ii__i-l-----I---- 5
FUMSPECIFIED PERSON M _---321-l-l-lll----        11
F ____      i      2      1      -----------      - 4
■      (E810-E619) M 2      3    11    15 112 102    62    36    Zl    19    18    19    17    ZO    12    13    14      7      4      507
F 1      4      3    11    37    28    21    13    10    10      6      6    12      9    11    14      4      7      5      214
p   MOTOR VEHICLE NONTRAFFIC ACCIDENTS (E8ZO-E6Z5)
(dTOR-DRIVEN SNOW VEHICLE M ___---------!--
F _-_----------------
llMSPECIFIEO PERSON tt____--------l-- 1
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00    01    05    10    15    20    25    30    35    40    45    50    55    60    65    70    75    60 85+ TOHL
-01  -04 -09 -14 -19  -Z4  -Z9 -34  -39 -44 -49  -54  -59  -64  -69 -74 -79 -84       1
E8Z1      OTHER OFF-ROAD MOTOR VEHICLE
E8Z1.0      DRIVER OF MOTOR VEHICLE
£822      COLLISION HITH MOVING OBJECT
E822.Z      MOTOR CYCLIST
E822.7      PEDESTRIAN
E825      OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED NATURE M -----411-111
=825.0      DRIVER OF MOTOR VEHICLE
E625.1      PASSENGER IN MOTOR VEHICLE
E6Z5.7      PEDESTRIAN
125.6      OTHER SPECIFIED PERSON
E625.9      UNSPECIFIED PERSON
<*e82D-E825) M        -2-1141411
OTHER ROAD VEHICLE ACCIDENTS (ES26-E6:
126      PEDAL CYCLE
E826.1      PEDAL CYCLIST
E62B      INVOLVING ANIMAL BEING RIDDEN
E828.0      PEDESTRIAN
E628.2      RIDER OF ANIMAL
(E626-E6Z9)
HATER TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS  (E830-E838)
E830      BOAT HITH SUBMERSION
E63C.0       OCCUPANT OF SMALL BOAT
E830.Z      PERSONNEL OF OTHER BOAT
E831      BOAT CAUSING OTHER INJURY
E831.2      PERSONNEL OF OTHER BOAT
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
-.,,__ 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75     80 65+ TOTAL
C     A     U     S     E "Ol  -04 -09  -14 -19 -24 -Z9 -34  -39 -44 -49  -54 -59 -64  -69 -74  -79 -84
I OTHER ACCIDENTAL SUBMERSION OR DROWNING    tt
OCCUPANT OF SMALL BOAT
1       Z       1       1       Z       Z
SONNEL OF OTHER BOAT
POTHER FALL FROM ONE LEVEL TO ANOTHER
DOCKERS,  STEVEDORES
►UNSPECIFIED PERSON
i PERSONNEL OF OTHER BOAT
OTHER AW) UNSPECIFIED
OCCUPANT OF SHALL BOAT
I PERSONNEL OF  OTHER  BOAT
D0CKER5,   STEVEDORES
lIR AND SPACE TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS (E840-E845)
POKERED AIRCRAFT AT TAKEOFF OR   LANDING
mHEREO AIRCRAFT,  OTHER,  UNSPECIFIED
7      13      4      3      3      3
OCCUPANT OF  OTHER  POWERED AIRCRAFT
OTHER  PERSON
CCIDENT TO UNPOHERED AIRCRAFT
I OCCUPANT OF UNFOWERED AIRCRAFT
(E849-E645)
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE. ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05    10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45     50     55     60     65    70     75    80 85+ TOOK
-01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -64      1
VEHICLE ACCIDENTS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIABLE (E846-E848)
TOTAL (E846-E848)
ACCIDENTAL POISONING, DRUGS, HEDICAMENTS, BIOLOGICALS (E850-E658)
E850      ANALGESICS,  ANTIPYRETICS, ANTIRHEUMATICS M
E650.0      OPIATE AND RELATED NARCOTIC
E850.1  SALICYLATES
E650.4  ANTIRHEUMATICS
E650.5  OTHER NON-NARCOTIC ANALGESICS
ESSO.9  UNSPECIFIED
E851  BARBITURATES
E852  OTHER SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS
E652.3  METHAQUALONE COMPOUNDS
E853  TRANQUILLIZERS
E853.0      PHEN0THIAZINE-3ASED
E853.2      BENZODIAZEPINE BASED
E854      OTHER PSYCHOTROPIC AGENTS
E654.0   ANTIDEPRESSANTS
E855.0      ANTICONVULSANTS, ANTT-PARKINSONISM
E855.1      OTHER CMS DEPRESSANTS
E655.B      OTHER
E858      OTHER DRUGS
E655.0      HORMONES AND SYNTHETIC SUBSTITUTES
E85S.4      AFFECTING GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75     80  65+ TOTAL
s     E -01   -04 -09 -14 -19 -24  -29 -34 -39  -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74  -79 -64
UNSPECIFIED
ACCIDENTAL POISONING BY OTHER SUBSTANCES (E860-E669)
ALCOHOL,  NEC M-----6236
OTHER AND NOS ETHYL AND PRODUCTS
UNSPECIFIED tt   -----61245
PETROLEUM,  OTHER SOLVANTS, VAPOURS,  NEC    M
OTHER SOLVENTS
FOODSTUFFS AW) POISONOUS PLANTS
OTHER  FOOD
OTHER AW) HOS SOLIDS AW) LIQUIDS
E UNSPECIFIED H   -----1-12111
OTHER UTILITY GAS, CARBON MONOXIDE
MOTOR VEHICLE EXHAUST GAS
CARBON MONOXIDE, OTHER DOMESTIC FUEL  H
CARBON MONOXIDE FROM OTHER SOURCES
[UNSPECIFIED CARBON MONOXIDE
OTHER GASES, VAPOURS
< OTHER SPECIFIED GASES AND VAPOURS
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT- 00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75    SO 65* Trtrn
LIST. CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -S4
MISADVENTURES TO PATIENTS DURING SURGICAL At© MEDICAL CARE   (E870-E876)
E570.0      SURGICAL OPERATION                                              M _----__
F _______
TOTAL               (ES70-E876)                                                       M _______
F _______
COMPLICATION OF MEDICAL PROCEDURES WITHOUT MENTION OF MISADVENTURE
E878      SURGICAL OPERATION,  PROCEDURES                        M -------
F _______
E878.8      OTHER                                                                           M -----__
ACCIDENTAL FALLS (E660-E68B)
E8S0  ON OR FROM STAIRS OR STEPS
E860.0   ESCALATOR
ESSO.9      OTHER STAIRS OR STEPS
E861      ON OR FROM  LADDERS OR SCAFFOLDIW
E881.0        FROM   LADDER
E881.1       FROM SCAFFOLDING
EBSZ      FROM,  OUT OF BUILDING, OTHER STRUCTURE      H
E683      INTO HOLE OR OTHER OPENING IN SURFACE M
E883.9      INTO OTHER HOLE,  OPENING,  SURFACE
E864      OTHER,  FROM ONE  LEVEL TO ANOTHER
E864.0   FROH PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT
E684.1      FROM CUFF
E684.Z      FROH CHAIR OR BED
E8S4.9      OTHER,  FROM ONE  LEVEL TO ANOTHER
E885      SAME LEVEL,  SLIPPING,  TRIPPING M -..---___------      1      1      4      -
F 11
E8S6.9  OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
5  11
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00    01    05    10    is    ?o    ?«
USE
00 01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35 40 45 50  55 60  65 70  75 80 85+ TOTAL
01 -04  -09 -14  -19  -24 -29 -34  -39 -44  -49 -54   -59  -64 -69 -74 -79  -84
[FRACTURE,  CAUSE UNSPECIFIED
OTHER  AND UNSPECIFIED
(E880-E888)
114       3       8       4
ACCIDENTS CAUSED SY FIRE AW) FLAMES (E890-E899)
^CONFLAGRATION IN PRIVATE DKELUNG
OTHER SMOKE AND FUMES
91Z19711113-2123--        44
33-1214-1--1--11-2        20
12121111
UNSPECIFIED
IN OTHER AND NOS BUILDING OR STRUCTURE
OTHER SMCKE AND FUMES
CONFLAGRATION NOT, BUILDING,  STRUCTURE      tt
IGNITION OF CLOTHING
' FROM OTHER SOURCES
IGNITION,   INFLAMMABLE   MATERIAL
OTHER SPECIFIED  FIRE AND FLAMES
BURNING BE0CL0THE5
■SPECIFIED FIRE
(E890-E899)
10       252    12       934315-       3253-3
5311314-Z1-1--4213
ACCIDENTS DUE TO NATURAL AW) ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS (E900-E909)
EXCESSIVE HEAT H _      _      -      -      1      -
F ______
DUE TO HEATHER CCBOITTONS M        __--!-
EXCESSIVE COLD
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE. ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
Tl
CAUSE
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75
-01  -04 -09  -14   -19  -24 -29 -34  -39 -44 -49  -54  -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -
E901.0      DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS
E901.9      UNSFECIFIED
E904      HUNGER, THIRST,  EXPOSURE.  NEGLECT
E904.3      EXPOSURE NEC
E905      POISONING,  TOXIC REACTIONS
E905.3      HORNETS, HASPS AND BEES
E906      OTHER INJURY CAUSED BY ANIMALS
E906.S      OTHER,  SPECIFIED CAUSED BY ANIMAL
E909      CATACLYSMIC EARTH MOVEMENTS,  ERUPTIONS      H
(E90Q-E909)
ACCIDENTS,  SUBMERSION,  SUFFOCATION AND FOREIGN BODIES (E910-E915)
E910      ACCIDENTAL DROWNING AND SUBMERSION
E910.3       WHILE  SHIMMING OR DIVING
E910.4        IN BATHTUB
E910.8       OTHEI
E910.9      UNSPECIFIED
F 1      1
E912      CAUSING RESPIRATORY OBSTRUCTION
E913      ACCIDENTAL MECHANICAL SUFFOCATION
E913.0      IN BED OR CRADLE
E9I3.1      BY PLASTIC BAG
E913.Z      DUE TO LACK OF AIR
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX
AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
00
-01
01
-04
05
-09 -
10
14
15     20     25     30     35     40     45     SO     55
-19 -24  -29 -34  -39 -44  -49 -54  -59
60
-64
65
-69
70
-74
75     80  85+
-79  -64
TOTAL
BY FALLING EARTH OR OTHER SUBSTANCE
.
3
3
1
79
31
F
(E910-E915)
F
H
F
4
1
10
2
2
3
1
986     10       35431
21-----1Z
5
Z
4
2
1
1-2
116
OTHER ACCIDENTS (E916-E926)
STRUCK BY FALLING OBJECT
tt
-
-
-
152144721
?
1
1
-   -   -
32
1
STRIKING AGAINST OR STRUCK
BY OBJECTS OR  PERSONS
H
F
-
-
i
-
Z3-----11
1
-       1       -
8
2
IN SPORTS
•P?
-
-
1
-
11-----1-
4
IN RUNNING WATER
M
F
-!______-
1
OTHER
»
-
-
-
-
11------1
1
-       1       -
3
2
CAUGHT IN CR BETWEEN OBJECTS
M
5
CAUSED BY MACHINERY
M
-4131Z33Z
1
Z
-
-   _   -
22
1
AGRICULTURAL MACHINES
M
F
-
-
-
-
-1---1--1
1
-
-   -   -
5
MINING AW) EARTH-DRILLING MACHINERY
M
F
________!
1
LIFTING MACHINES AND APPLIANCES
M
--11-122-
-
1
-
_   _   -
6
METALWORKING MACHINES
M
F
___!___--
1
U03DH0RKIN3 AND  FORMING MACHINES
F
Z
PRIME  MOVERS,   EXCEPT ELECTRICAL
MOTORS
M
F
-   i	
1
EARTH  MOVING,   SCRAPING AND OTHER
EXCAVATING MACHINES
K
z
OTHER
tt
F
2
CUTTING,  PIERCING INSTRUMENTS
M
F
1
OTHER   POWERED  HAND  TOOLS
tt
1
EXPLOSION OF PRESSURE VESSEL
M
F
1
OTHER
F
1
FIREARM MISSILE
M
F
-
-
-
2
1---11--
5
1
SHOTGUN
M
F
1
 LIST. c    ;
E9Z2.2      HUNTING RIFLE
DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45    50     55     60     65     70     75    80 £
S     E -01   -04  -09   -14  -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44   -49  -54  -59 -64  -69 -74 -79 __4
E922.9      UNSPECIFIED
E923      EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL
E923.1      BLASTING MATERIALS
E9Z3.2      EXPLOSIVE GASES
E9Z3.9      UNSPECIFIED
E924.0      HOT LIQUIDS AND VAPOURS
E9Z5      ELECTRIC CURRENT
E925.S      OTHER
E927      OVEREXERTION AND STRENUOUS MOVEMENTS
E926      OTHER AND NOS ENVIRONMENTAL CAUSES
E9Z8.8      OTHER
E928.9      UNSPECIFIED
LATE EFFECTS OF ACCIDENTAL INJURY (E929)
E929      LATE EFFECTS OF ACCIDENTAL INJURY M
F
E929.0      MOTOR VEHICLE M
F
E9Z9.2      POISONING M
E929.3      FALL
-     2        I
1     1       <*
E9Z9.8      OTHER
1929.9      UNSPECIFIED
 DEATHS BY CAUSE
, SEX, AND AGE,
ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
1979
Age
-Group (Ye:
ITS)
CAUSE
00
-01  -
01     05     10     15
C4  -09  -14  -19
20
25
-29
30
-34
35
-39
40
-44
45
-49
50
-54
55
-59
60
-64
65
-69
70
-74
75
-79
80  85+  TOTAL
-84
j       SUBSTANCES CAUSING ADVERSE EFFECTS 1
N THERAPEUTIC  USE  (E930-
E949
EDATIVES AW) HYPNOTICS
iiJi
j BARBITURATES
THER AND NOS DRUGS AND MEDICAMENTS
L OTHER DRUGS AND MEDICAMENTS
(E93C-E949)
M
1
1
- -            1
- -            1
SUICIDE AW) SELFINFLICTED INJURY (ES
50-E959)
DISONING BY SOLID OR LIQUID SUBSTANCES
tt
F
- -      -      2
- -      1      6
3
1
3
3
3
3
4
10
2
5
5
1
4
1
;
-      -        33
1         53
ANALGESICS, ANTIPYRETICS AW)
ANTI-RHEUMATICS
F
-      -      -      1
-
-
Z
1
1
1
1
_-,
1
- -            3
- -          5
BARBITURATES
M
F
1
-      -      1      1
1
1
|
1
1
1
:
2
1
1
3
1
2
-
3
- 8
- 1        18
OTHER SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS
i
TRANQUILLIZERS, OTHER PSYCHOTROPICS
F
-      -      -      1
1
]
3
-
2
[
2
-
1
-
1
-
4
-       -            9
OTHER SPECIFIED DRUGS AND MEDICAMENTS
1
1
1
1
2
1
l
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
-
- -            6
- -        10
F
-       -       -       2
UNSPECIFIED DRUG OR MEDICAMENT
M
F
1
1
l
l
1
AGRICULTURAL,  HORTICULTURAL CHEMICAL,
PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS
11
F
1
1
- -           1
- -          i
OTHER AW) NOS
M
F
-       -       -       1
-
2
-
1
-
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
-
1
-       -            7
OISONING BY OTHER  GASES AND VAPOURS
F
1
3
4
5
3
*
2
»
1
'
1
V
1
31
-                   5
MOTOR VEHICLE EXHAUST GAS
"    '
-       -       -       1
1
4
5
1
4
2
Z
*
1
3
1
1
1
- -         29
- -            5
OTHER,   SPECIFIED
M
z
-       -            Z
INGING,   STRANGULATION AND SUFFOCATION
M
F
- -      -      5
- 1       1       2
14
4
7
1
Z
2
1
3
2
1
3
3
1
2
-
1-52
1       -         Z4
p»
14
J
7
2
2
1
I
1
2
I
-
:
1-51
[.SUFFOCATION BY  PLA5TIC BAG
-   i   -   -
-
-
-
2
-
"
-
-
i
1
"
-
1       -            6
EMERSION
H
_       -       -       2
1
I
1
"
-
Z
Z
z
1
1
2
2
2
"
1
13
-       -            9
(REARMS AW) EXPLOSIVES
M
F
-    18
-      -      -      1
27
21
3
11
1
9
1
11
1
12
10
10
6
5
3
1
2      -      148
-       -         12
■ HAND  GUN
H
Z
1
1
1
1
-      -          8
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX. AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
E955.1      SHOT GUN
E955.2       HUNTING RIFLE
E955.4      OTHER AND NOS
E955.9      UNSPECIFIED
00
01
05
10
15
20
25
30
p-
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
-
-
-
-
3
3
-
2
1
Z
2
-
-
-
|
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
8
3
3
-
3
3
2
4
-
1
1
-
E956       CUTTING AND PIERCING  INSTRUMENTS
E957      JUMPING FROH HIGH PUCE H        ----22212
E957.0      RESIDENTIAL PREMISES
E957.1      OTHER MANMADE STRUCTURES M        ----12-12
E957.2      NATURAL SITES
E956      OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MEANS
E958.1      BURNS,  FIRE
E958.5      CRASHING OF MOTOR VEHICLE
E95S.8      OTHER SPECIFIED MEANS
E958.9      UNSPECIFIED MEANS
E959      LATE EFFECTS
30    51    37    29    20    24    24    22    19    19    13      6      5      3     1     MJ£-
9     1Z10       6       8       9       8     15       7     10       7       3711     IKfr
HOMICIDE AND INJURY PURPOSELY INFLICTED BY OTHER PERSONS (E960-E9I
E960      FIGHT,  BRAWL,  RAPE
E960.0      UNARMED FIGHT OR BRAHL
E962      POISONING
E962.0      DRUGS AND MEDICAMENTS
E963      HANGING AND STRANGULATION
E964      SUBMERSION
E965      FIREARMS AND  EXPLOSIVES
 1---1-11-----.4
1
1
- 1 - - - 1 1
—
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
HUNTING RIFLE
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED FIREARH
[TINS AW) PIERCING INSTRUMENT
5      4      3      4      3
[ID BATTERING
JHSFECIFIED PERSON
1ER AW) UNSPECIFIED MEANS
1JSHINS FROM HIGH PLACE
iTRIKItre BY BLUNT OR THROWN OBJECT
)THER SPECIFIED MEANS
JNSPECIFIEO MEANS
>'E  EFFECTS OF  INJURY
NJURY UNDETERMINED,  ACCIDENTALLY OR  PURPOSELY INFLICTED   (E980-E9S9)
ISONING BY SOLID OR  LIQUID SUBSTANCES    tt
115      5      2      3      3
1ARBITURATES
ITKER  SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS
"QUILLIEEH, OTHER PSYCHOTROPICS
rTHER SPECIFIED D'UGS AND MEDICAMENTS
(^SPECIFIED DRUG OR  MEDICAMENT
HER AND NOS
tsOHING BY OTHER GASES
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT.
LIST.
CAUSE
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55    60     65     70     75    80 65* th*,.
-01  -04  -09 -14  -19 -24  -29  -34 -39 -44  -49 -54  -59  -64  -69 -74 -79 -$4             ™
E982.0
MOTOR VEHICLE  EXHAUST GAS
tt
E982.1
OTHER CARBON MONOXIDE
M
E983
HANGING,  STRANGULATION OR SUFFOCATION
M
 X               "      '        I
E983.0
HANGING
M
SURMFRSION
M
E985
INJURY BY FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES
M
F
E985.4
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED FIREARM
F
M
E966
INJURY BY CUTTING INSTRUMENTS
„
E987
FALLING FROM HIGH PUCE
M
-       -       -       -       -        -        "       "       -       I----1--.1        j
E967.0
RESIDENTIAL PREMISES
M
-       _       -       -       _       _       -       -       -       -       -       _       -       _       i       _       -      .      i        i
E967.1
OTHER HAN-MADE STRUCTURES
M
F
M
-       -       -       -       -       -       -        -       -       !-_______.        i
E988
INJURY BY OTHER AND NOS MEANS
11---213-11-1-11I--14
l____l---2--ll-----(
E988.1
BURNS,  FIRE
M
F
_____l-_--l---_-l--3
-      -      -      -       -       1 1
E968.4
ELECTROCUTION
i
 1 1
E966.6
E988.9
OTHER SPECIFIED MEANS
UNSPECIFIED MEANS
M
F
M
F
1 1 1
11----13-1--1-11---10
TOTAL
(E980-E989)
F
1        1-13     10       77355-5-611-1**7
1---11425342Z5242-1*''
TOTAL
E XVII.      (E600-E999)
F
9    32    20    35 163 252 161 137    95    98 108    85    76    72    67    45    43   39   66   1**-*
6     23     10     19     59     55     51     34     37     37     26     37     35     33     34    37    33    39    91     6*
TOTAL ALL CAUSES
tt
F
T
254    46     35     46  202  270  189  187 179 228  337 503 700  93212811428140911O4166O»110U
180    41     27    30    79    77    77    88    92 134 196  329 438 524 759 878 98310572203  M«
434    89    62    76 281 347 266 275 271 362 533 6321136145620402306239221613883*192«
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
USE
80 85+ TOTAL
I        N XVII.   INJURY AW)   POISONING (N800-N999J
[■FRACTURE  OF  SKULL   (N800-N804)
r OF SKULL H
BED WITHOUT INTRACRANIAL INJURY
IpSED
TTHOUT INTRACRANIAL INJURY
OSED HITH INTRACRANIAL INJURY
DIBLE,  CLOSED
UR  AND  MAXILLARY,   OPEN
---___l----_l-_____
--------1--------11
2
2
1
1
R AND NOS SKULL
OSED WITHOUT INTRACRANIAL INJURY
1       1 42
OSED WITH INTRACRANIAL INJURY
EN WITHOUT "INTRACRANIAL INJURY
IPLE, SKULL, FACE HITH OTHER BONES  H
D5ED WITHOUT INTRACRANIAL INJURY
1      2      -    13    13      8      4
Z      3      4      3      2      1
DSED HITH INTRACRANIAL INJURY
[EN WITHOUT INTRACRANIAL INJURY
(N800-N804)
FRACTURE OF NECK AND TRUNK (N805-N609)
AL COLUMN,   WITHOUT SPINAL CORD H
2      4      3      2
2      2      1        22
RVICAL,   CLOSED
RSAL, CLOSED
SPECIFIED,  CLOSED
 CAUSE
DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75    80 65* vnu   i
34 -39 -44  -49 -54   -59  -64  -69 -74 -79 -84
N806      VERTEBRAL COLUMN KITH SPINAL CORD  LESION i
N806.0      CERVICAL, CLOSED
N806.1      CERVICAL,  OPEN
N806.2      DORSAL,  CL05ED
N806.4      LUMBAR,  CLOSED
N807      RIB(S),  STERNUM,   LARYNX, TRACHEA
N607.0      RIB, CLOSED
N607.5       URYNX AND TRACHEA,  CLOSED
N806      PELVIS
N806.0      ACETABULUM,  CLOSED
N806.Z      PUBIS,  CLOSED
N808.6      UNSPECIFIED,  CLOSED
N808.9      UNSPECIFIED,  OPEN
N809      ILL-DEFINED OF TRUNK
i   i   3   -  1
NB09.0      TRUNK,  CLOSED
2      111
N809.1      TRUNK,  OPEN
FRACTURE OF UPPER  LIMB (N610-N619)
■ N610      CUVICLE
N610.0      CLOSED
N812      HUMERUS
H812.0      UPPER END,  CLOSED
N81Z.Z      SHAFT,  CLOSED
N612.4      LOWER  END.  CLOSED
2      1111
NS14      CARPAL BONE
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
I .-DEFINED  OF UPPER  LIMB
TIPLE,  UPPER  LIMBS
(N810-N819)
FRACTURE OF  LOWER LIMB (N820-N829)
K OF FEMUR
1112
'RANSCERVICAL,  CLOSED
■ERTROCHANTERIC, CLOSED
NSPECIFIED,  CLOSED
ER AND NOS OF FEMUR-
HAFT* CLOSED
1
1
1
1
-
CHER  END,  CLOSED
IA AND FIBUU
-FER  END,   CLOSED
EDIAL MALLEOLUS,   CLOSED
,1PLE,   LOWER  LIMES
(ECIFIEO BONES
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35 40  45 50  55 60  65  70 75 80 65* Tm.,
LIST. CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
TOTAL (NS20-N829) tt 111-2-114366    30   I
F 1 .    ------        2       219    22    58b
INTRACRANIAL INJURY,  EXCLUDING THOSE HITH SKULL FRACTURE  (N850-N654)
N650      CONCUSSION M        ---123      -' ' -      ________     '£ ,
f ----- i - . . ! ;
N851      CEREBRAL UCERATION AND CONTUSION M ---1    18    23    21      34      9    14      8      9      96      323 in
F -ll-441-11122--i-_a"^j
N651.0      WITHOUT OPEN INTRACRANIAL HOUND tt        ---1444---41-21112-U
F --1-2-1--11-Z--1--J/JJ
N851.1      HITH 0FEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND tt        -      -      -      -14    19    17      34      9    10      7      975211-    in
NS52      SUBARACHNOID,  HAEMORRHAGE
N65Z.0       WITHOUT  OPEN  INTRACRANIAL WOUND
NS52.1      HITH OPEN INTRACRANIAL HOUND
NS53      INTRACRANIAL HAEMORRHAGE,  OTHER AND NOS    tt
N853.0      WITHOUT OPEN INTRACRANIAL HOUND
N853.1      HITH OPEN INTRACRANIAL HOUND
N654      OTHER INTRACRANIAL INJURY AND NOS
4-12      286324-513     V>
11-1111111322     1     n
_
_
3
;    2
1
112-2
-     -     -   ^7
_
_
l      2
1
111-2
-      -     -    ipft
-----i-_-_i--i_--__iE
N654.0      WITHOUT OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND H        -      1       2      3      5    14
N854.1      HITH OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND
INTERNAL INJURY OF CHEST,  ABDOMEN AND PELVIS (N660-N869)
N860      TRAUMATIC PNEUMOTHORAX AND KAEMOTHORAX
N860.0      PNEUMOTHORAX WITHOUT OPEN HOUND
11360.1       PNEUMOTHORAX HITH OPEN HOUND
N860.2      KAEMOTHORAX WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N860.3      HAEHOTHORAX WITH OPEN HOUND
N860.4      PNEUMOHAEMOTHORAX WITHOUT OPEN HOUND      M
N661      INJURY TO HEART AND  LUNG
N661.0      HEART,  WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
1     57
1     U
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
rlEART, WITH OPEN HOUND
-UNS, WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
LUNG, HITH OPEN WOUND
fRATHCRACIC INJURY, OTHER AND NOS
IIAPHHAGH, WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
3TKER SPECIFIED, WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
6      6    11
2        2-
1
2
5
;    z
l
l
7
1
111        55
3THER SPECIFIED, HITH OPEN HOUND
1111
Illlll
rjLTIPLE   AND  UNSPECIFIED  HITH  OPEN
1111
' TO GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
STOMACH,  WITHOUT OPEN -HOUND
ETOMACH, HITH OPEN WOUND
(HALL INTESTINE,-WITHOUT OPEN WOUND        M
:OLON OR  RECTUM,  HITH OPEN HOUW
ITHER UNSPECIFIED,  WITHOUT OPEN KOUW*)     M
URY TO LIVER
ITHOUT OPEN WOUND
URY TO SPLEEN
ITHOUT OPEN HOUND
URY TO KIDNEY
ITHOUT OPEN WOUW)
URY TO PELVIC ORGANS
THER,   WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
■JSFECIFIED,   WITHOUT OPEN HOUND
-A-ACOOMINAL   INJURT,   OTHER
M 11-254
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35    40     45     50     55     60     65     70     75    80 85+ TOTH
S     E -01  -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69  -74  -79 -84
N668.0      WITHOUT OPEN HOUND Mil
N868.1      HITH OPEN HOUND
N869      INTERNAL INJURY NOS
N869.0      WITHOUT OPEN HOUND
I NB69.1      HITH OPEN WOUND H        ----1214
H        1      2      4      7    51    51    41    42    23    23    19    11    19    17      8      6      7     6     4    _
F -Z      11    17    14    15      99866425631     Z     111
OPEN HOUND OF HEAD,  NECK AND TRUNK  (N870-N679)
N873      OTHER,  HEAD
N673.4      FACE* WITHOUT COMPLICATION
N374      NECK
N874.0      LARYNX. TRACHEA,  WITHOUT COMPLICATION    M
H874.8      OTHER AND NOS,  WITHOUT COMPLICATION        H
H874.9      OTHER AND NOS,  COMPLICATED
N879      OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED,  EXCEPT LIMB
N679.8      (MULTIPLE) NOS,  WITHOUT COMPLICATION
(N870-N879) M ----15-111
OPEN HOUND  OF  UPPER   LIMB  (N680-N867)
NS30      SHOULDER AND UPPER ARH
N880.0      WITHCUT COMPLICATION
N861        ELBOW,   FOREARH AND  WRIST
N681.0      WITHOUT COMPLICATION
INJURY TO BLOOD VESSELS  (N900-N904)
N901      THORAX
N901.4      PULMONARY
N901.8      OTHER
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
IEH EXTREMITY AND SITES NOS
UNSPECIFIED SITE
(N900-N904) M        -~--ii__.
F      ------i-:
UTE EFFECTS.  INJURY, POISONING, TOXIC, OTHER EXTERNAL CAUSES (N905-N909)
tcULOSKELETAL AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE        tt        ___-.--_.
F _________
■RACTURE OF SKULL AND FACE BONES tt -___---_.
"RACrURE OF NECK OF  FEMUR
RACTURE OF LOWER EXTREMITIES
DRIES TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
NTRACRANIAL WITHOUT SKULL FRACTURE
ER AW) UNSPECIFIED EXTERNAL CAUSES        M
OXIC EFFECTS OF NONMEDICAL SUBSTANCES M
(N905-N909)
SUPERFICIAL INJURY (N910-N919)
IER MULTIPLE AW) NOS SITES
RICTICN BURN, INFECTED
CONTUSION HITH INTACT SKIN SURFACE (N920-N924)
EFFECTS OF FOREIGN BODY ENTERING ORIFICE (N930-N939)
RYNX AW) URY!
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
00    01    05    10    15    20    25    30    35    40    45    50    55    60    65    70    75   80 e?+ mri.
-01 -04 -09 -14  -19 -24  -29 -34  -39  -44  -49 -54  -59  -64  -69  -74 -79 -34 W
N933.1       LARYNX
N934      TRACHEA,  BRONCHUS AND  LUNG
N934.9      RESPIRATORY TREE.  NOS
_-_____-
-      -      -      1      -      -      1
BURNS (N940-N949)
N946      MULTIPLE SPECIFIED SITES
N946.1      FIRST DEGREE
H946.4      DEEP THIRD DEGREE
N947      INTERNAL ORGANS
N947.1       LARYNX,  TRACHEA AND  LUNG
N948      EXTENT OF BODY SURFACE INVOLVED
N948.1      1Q-19X
N948.2      20-29Z
N948.4      40-49Z
N94S.5      S0-59X
N946.7      70-79Z
N948.8      80-89X
N948.9      90Z OR MORE
N949      UNSPECIFIED
N949.0      UNSPECIFIED DEGREE
149.2      SECOND DEGREE
N949.3      THIRD DEGREE NOS
N949.4      DEEP THIRD DEGREE
Z      2      -      2      1
11114
12     111
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST. BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
INJURY TO NERVES AND SPINAL CORD  (N950-N957)
(N950-N957)
CERTAIN TRAUMATIC COMPLICATIONS AND UNSPECIFIED INJURIES (N958-N959)
([EARLY COMPLICATIONS OF TRAUMA M ------i
F _______
AIR EMBOLISM tt _-_---i
F _______
FAT EM30LISH H _--_-__
F _______
INJURY OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED H 1---321
F 1--1-1-
FACE AND NECK H -  -  -  _  i  -  _
F _______
HIP AND THIGH M -------
F _______
;■ KNEE, LEG, ANKLE AND FOOT M --__-__
F _______
HULTIPLE AND OTHER  SPECIFIES tt -__-_--
UNSPECIFIED
(N958-N959)
POISONING BY DRUGS.  MEDICAMENTS AND BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES  (N960-N979)
HORMONES AND SYNTHETIC SUBSTITUTES tt ___----
F __-_---
INSULIN,  ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS M -------
F -------
FRIMARILY SYSTEHIC AGENTS M -------
F -------
ANTIALLERGIC,  ANTIEMETIC M _______
1111
1      1      3        22
M
1
F
1
M
1
F
1
2      2      14      2
1      2        18
OPIATES AW) REUTED  NARCOTICS
SALICYUTE5
OTHER NON-NARCOTIC ANALGESICS
UNSFECIFIED
■ AHnCONVULSANTS AND ANTI-PARKINSONISM        M
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
CAUSE
00 01  05  10  15  20  25 30  35 40  45 50  55 60  65 70  75 80 85+ TOTAL
01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -Z9 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
N966.1  HYDANTOIN DERIVATIVES
N967  SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS
N967.0  BARBITURATES
Z2Z2Z122
N967.1      CHLORAL HYDRATE GROUP
N967.4      HETHAQUALONE COMPOUNDS
N967.8      OTHER
N96B      OTHER CNS DEPRESSANT
N968.5      SURFACE AND INFILTRATION ANAESTHETIC      M
N969      PSYCHOTROPIC AGENTS
N969.0      ANTIDEPRESSANTS
N969.1      PHENOTHIAZINE TRANQUILLIZERS
N969.4      BENZODIAZEPINE TRANQUILLIZERS
N969.8       OTHER  PSYCHOTROPIC AGENTS
N969.9      UNSPECIFIED
N973      AFFECTING THE GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEH
N973.0      ANTACIDS,  ANTIGASTRIC SECRETION DRUGS    H
N977      OTHER AND NOS DRUGS AND MEDICAMENTS
N977.8      OTHER DRUGS AND MEDICAMENTS
N977.9      UNSPECIFIED DRUG OR MEDICAMENT
TOXIC EFFECTS OF CHIEFLY NONMEDICINAL SUBSTANCES (N980-N989)
N980      ALCOHOL
N960.0      ETHYL
 DEATHS BY CAUSE. SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
UNSPECIFIED
SOLVENTS OTHER THAN PETROLEUM-BASED
OTHER CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS M
:ARBCN MONOXIDE
1249     11       756461525
11-3131-3---12
tTHER GASES,  FUMES OR VAPOURS
LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES
UNSPECIFIED
HYDROCYANIC ACID AW) CYANIDES
OTHER PESTICIDES, NEC
UNSPECIFIED
(N980-N989)
10      1
9     25     22
20    17    19    15      4    14    10
25687769
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED EFFECTS OF EXTERNAL CAUSES (N990-N995)
EFFECTS OF REDUCED TEMPERATURE
7      5      3      3      3
lYPOTHERW:
UNSPECIFIED
!EFFECTS OF HEAT AND  LIGHT
HEAT STROKE AND SUNSTROKE
-
=
:
z
l
l
i-l-l
-     l     -     -     l
9
5
l
l
l-l-l
l
6
2
3
1
1
OTHER EXTERNAL CAUSES
H        2    12      4      5    27    41    16    27    12    15    10    IS      8    11      9      8      2      2      1      ZZ7
F 1632544333454622-Z3 6Z
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1979
Age-Group (Years)
00     01     05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45    50     55     60     65     70     75    80 55+ tqtii
CAUSE -01  -04  -09 -14  -19 -24 -29  -34 -39 -44  -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -S4
DROWNING AND NONFATAL SUBMERSION M 9      3      3    16    24    10    18      9    13      6    10      3      9      6      6      2      l
F -3213111-3232311--iJ
EXHAUSTION DUE TO EXCESSIVE EXERTION      M        ------__-___!_____
F -----------------       _^ l
ASPHYXIATION AND STRANGUUTION M 221       29    16      4832443232-1!      ,,
F 131123323-222311-22^
ELECTROCUTION AND NONFATAL EFFECTS OFM -l--2121---il----__        ,
ELECTRIC CURRENT F ___________________        ■
CERTAIN ADVERSE EFFECTS,  NEC M ---------__________. ^M
F        2 1 .
ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK M        ---------_-_____-__ _^H
F ---------      1      -      -      - _«
CHILD HALTREATHENT SYNDROME M _----_-_____________
f-      z ------
IN990-N995) tt 2     12      4      5    30    42    17    27    13    15    11    15      9    11      9      9      2      2     2     __\
F 3632644335454622134       70
COMPLICATIONS OF SURGICAL.  MEDICAL CARE, NEC (N996-N999)
OTHER PROCEDURES,  NEC m -------      ------------     ^|
F 1 1
POSTOPERATIVE HAEMORRHAGE, HAEMATOMA      M ___________________      WM
F ___-_____i_________ _*
(N996-N999) M -------------------    £B
F ___-_-___!_________!
N XVII.     (NS0O-N999) M 9    32    20    35 183 Z5Z 161 137    95    98 108    85    76    72    67    45    43    39   66   1623
F 6     23     10     19    59    55    51     34     37     37     26     37    35     33     34    37    33    39    91     696
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