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 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
VITAL STATISTICS
OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRD
REPORT
FOR THE YEAR
1974
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1976
  Victoria, B.C., May 1, 1976
To Colonel the Honourable Walter S. Owen, Q.C, LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Report on Vital Statistics in
the Province of British Columbia for the year 1974.
R. H. McCLELLAND
Minister of Health
 Department of Health,
Victoria, B.C., May 1, 1976
The Honourable R. H. McClelland,
Minister of Health,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir: I have the honour to submit the One Hundred and Third Report on
Vital Statistics in the Province of British Columbia.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
G. R. F. ELLIOT
Deputy Minister of Health and
Provincial Health Officer
Division of Vital Statistics,
Victoria, B.C., May 1, 1976
G. R. F. Elliot, Esq., M.D.C.M., D.P.H.,
Deputy Minister of Health, Victoria, B.C.
Sir: I have the honour to submit the One Hundred and Third Report on
Vital Statistics in the Province of British Columbia for the year ended December
31, 1974.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. D. BURROWES
Acting Director of Vital Statistics
 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Introduction  11
Map Showing Regional Districts, British Columbia  12
PART I—REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE
DIVISION, 1974
Summary  13
Registration Services—
Administration of the Vital Statistics Act  13
Volume of Registrations  15
Registration of Births  20
Registration of Deaths  20
Registration of Stillbirths  20
Registration of Marriages  21
Registration of Adoption Orders  21
Registration of Divorces  21
Administration of the Change of Name Act  21
Administration of the Marriage Act  22
Registry of Wills Notices  25
Microfilm and Photographic Services  25
Biostatistical Services—
Registry for Handicapped Children and Adults and Cancer Registry  25
Cytology Screening Program  26
Dental Health  26
Infant Morbidity and Mortality :  26
Metric Conversion Committee  27
Community Care Facilities Licensing Board  27
Public Health Nursing  27
Vital Statistics  27
Other Services  27
Tables
Table 1—Registration Districts, Location of Offices, and Designation of Appointees, as at December 31, 1974  14
Table 2—Summary of Registrations, British Columbia, 1936-74  15
Table 3—Volume of Searches Performed; Volume of Incoming Mail, Division
of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1965-74  19
Table 4—Revenue-producing Certifications Issued by the Central Office,
Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1965-74  19
Table 5—Revenue Collected by the Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1965-74  19
Table 6—Change of Name Applications Granted by Marital Status and Sex
of Applicant, and Total Number of Persons Affected, British Columbia,
1941-74  22
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Table 7—Ministers and Clergymen Registered Under the Marriage Act and
Registrations Cancelled, British Columbia, 1974     23
Table 8—Ministers and Clergymen on Register at End of 1974 by Religious
Denomination, British Columbia     23
Graphs
Graph A—Summary of Volume of Registrations, Showing Total Received,
and Live Births, Deaths, and Marriages, British Columbia, 1921-74  16
Graph B—Adoptions Registered, British Columbia, 1936-74  17
Graph C—Divorces Registered, British Columbia, 1936-74  18
Graph D—Crude Live Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates, British Columbia,
1921-74  32
Graph E—Illegitimate Live Births, British Columbia, 1921-74  38
Graph F—Infant Death Rates, British Columbia, 1921-74  52
Graph G—Maternal Death Rates, British Columbia, 1921-74  53
Graph H—Marriages Solemnized by Months, British Columbia, 1970-74  56
PART II—TREND TABLES WITH RATES
(By Place of Residence)
Prominent Features, 1974     29
Long-term Trends of Population and Vital Events
Table 9—Population by Sex and Age-group, British Columbia, 1901-74     30
Table 10—Numbers of Live Births, Deaths, and Marriages, and Corresponding Crude Rates, Including the Standardized Death Rate, British Columbia, 1921-74     31
Table 11—Live Births and Deaths in Institutions Compared to Total Live
Births and Deaths, British Columbia, 1926-74     32
Table 12—Live Births, Deaths, and Natural Increase, British Columbia,
1921-74 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians,
and Registered Indians Only)     3 3
Table 13—Live Births and Deaths by Sex, British Columbia, 1921-74 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians, and Registered
Indians Only)     34
Trends of Live Births and Stillbirths
Table 14—Live Births by Month, British Columbia, 1970-74 (Including
Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians, and Registered Indians
Only)     35
Table 15—Legitimate Live Births by Age of Mother, British Columbia, 1931-
74 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians, and
Registered Indians Only)     36
Table 16—Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother, British Columbia,
1931-74 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians,
and Registered Indians Only)     37
Table 17—Live Births by Age of Mother and Total Birth Order, British Columbia, 1970-74     39
Table 18—Stillbirths Numbers and Rates, British Columbia, 1921-74     40
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Trends of General Mortality
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Table 19—Age-Sex Specific Death Rates, British Columbia, 1921-74     41
Table 20—Deaths by Month, British Columbia, 1965-74     42
Table 21a—Deaths From 10 Main Causes, British Columbia, 1965-74     43
Table 21b—Deaths From 10 Main Causes Among Registered Indians, British
Columbia, 1965-74     44
Table 22—Deaths From Major Cardiovascular-Renal Diseases, British Columbia, 1970-74     45
Table 23—Deaths From Diseases of the Heart by Sex and Age-group, British
Columbia, 1970-74     45
Table 24—Deaths From Cerebrovascular Diseases, by Sex and Age-group,
British Columbia, 1970-74     46
Table 25—Deaths From Diseases of the Arteries, Arterioles, and Capillaries,
by Sex and Age-group, British Columbia, 1970-74     46
Table 26—Deaths From Malignant Neoplasms by Site and Sex, British Columbia, 1970-74     47
Table 27—Rates of Death From Accidents and Violence by External Cause,
British Columbia, 1970-74     48
Table 28—Deaths From Specified Infectious and Notifiable Diseases, British
Columbia, 1970-74     48
Trends of Infant and Maternal Mortality
Table 29—Perinatal, Neonatal, Infant, and Maternal Death Rates, British
Columbia, 1965-74 (Total, Excluding Registered Indians, and Registered Indians Only)     49
Table 30—Infant Deaths by Sex and Month of Death, British Columbia,
1970-74     49
Table 31—Infant Deaths by Cause, British Columbia, 1970-74 (Total, and
Registered Indians Only)     50
Table 32—Infant Deaths by Age at Death and Sex, British Columbia,
1921-74     51
Table 33—Maternal Deaths by Cause, British Columbia, 1970-74     52
Main Causes of Death by Age-groups
Table 34—Deaths From Four Main Causes in Each Specified Age-group,
British Columbia, 1974     53
Trends of Marriages, Adoptions, and Divorces
Table 35—Marriages Solemnized by Conjugal Conditions of Contracting
Parties, and Marriage Rates, British Columbia, 1965-74     55
Table 36—Marriages Solemnized by Months, British Columbia, 1965-74     55
Table 37—Marriages Solemnized According  to  Type,  British  Columbia,
1965-74     55
Table 38—Adoptions Registered From 1970-74, by Class of Adopting Parents and Sex of Child, Showing Year of Court Order for 1974 Registrations, British Columbia     57
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Table 39—Adoptions Registered From 1970-74, by Legitimacy and Sex of
Child, Showing Year of Court Order for 1974 Registrations, British Columbia     57
Table 40—Adoptions Registered From 1970-74, by Birthplace of Child,
British Columbia     58
Table 41—Adoptions Registered by Legitimacy of Adopted Children, British
Columbia, 1965-74     5 8
Table 42—Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity Registered by Sex of Petitioner,
British Columbia, 1970-74     5 8
Table 43—Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity Registered by Duration of Marriage, British Columbia, 1965-74     59
PART III—DETAILED STATISTICAL TABLES, 1974
(Classified by Place of Residence)
General Summary
Table 44—General Summary of Live Births, Deaths, Natural Increase, and
Marriages, for Regional Districts and Incorporated Places, British Columbia, 1974     60
Live Births and Stillbirths
Table 45—Live Births by Places of Occurrence and Residence, and Stillbirths
by Places of Residence, for Regional Districts and Incorporated Places,
British Columbia, 1974     63
Table 46—Legitimate Live Births by Single Years of Mother's Age and Age of
Father in Five-year Groups, British Columbia, 1974     66
Table 47—Legitimate and Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother, British
Columbia, 1974     67
Table 48—Live Births by Single Years of Mother's Age, Sex, and Total Birth
Order, British Columbia, 1974     68
Table 49—Single and Multiple Births of Live and Stillborn Children by Single
Years of Mother's Age, British Columbia, 1974     70
Table 50—Stillbirths by Sex and Period of Gestation, British Columbia, 1974    71
Infant Mortality
Table 51—Infant Deaths, Total and in Hospital, by Places of Occurrence
and Residence for Regional Districts and Incorporated Places, British
Columbia, 1974     72
Table 52—Infant Deaths by Cause, Sex, and Age, British Columbia, 1974     76
General Mortality
Table 53—Deaths, Total and in Hospital, by Places of Occurrence and Residence for Regional Districts and Incorporated Places, British Columbia,
1974     78
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Table 54—Deaths, by Cause (Intermediate List), Sex, and Regional District,
British Columbia, 1974     81
Table 55—Deaths, by Cause (Intermediate List), and Sex for Rural and Urban
Areas (Organized as Cities, Towns, and Districts), British Columbia,
1974    90
Table 56—Deaths, by Cause (Intermediate List), Sex, and Age, British Columbia, 1974  100
Table 57—Deaths, by Cause (Intermediate List), Sex, Marital Status, and Age,
British Columbia, 1974  108
Table 58—Deaths from Accidents and Violence by Nature of Injury, External
Cause, and Sex, British Columbia, 1974  116
Table 59—Nontransport Accidental Deaths by Place of Occurrence, External
Cause, and Sex, British Columbia, 1974  118
Table 60—Deaths by Single Years of Age and Sex, British Columbia, 1974____ 119
Marriages
Table 61—Marriages Solemnized by Age of Bridegroom and of Bride, British
Columbia, 1974  120
Table 62—Marriages Solemnized by Marital Status of Bridegroom and of
Bride, British Columbia, 1974  121
Table 63—Marriages Solemnized by Marital Status and Age of Bridegroom,
British Columbia, 1974  121
Table 64—Marriages Solemnized by Marital Status and Age of Bride, British
Columbia, 1974  121
Table 65—Marriages Solemnized by Birthplace of Bridegroom and of Bride,
British Columbia, 1974  122
Table 66—Marriages Solemnized by Religious Denomination of Bridegroom
and of Bride, British Columbia, 1974  123
Table 67—Marriages Authorized by Banns or Licence, According to Religious
Denomination of Officiating Minister, British Columbia, 1974  124
Native Indian Statistics
live births
Table 68—General Summary of Live Births Among Registered Indians, for
Regional Districts, British Columbia, 1974  125
Table 69—Legitimate Live Births Among Registered Indians, by Single Years
of Mother's Age and Age of Father in Five-year Groups, British Columbia, 1974  126
Table 70—Legitimate and Illegitimate Live Births Among Registered Indians,
by Age of Mother, British Columbia, 1974  127
Table 71—Live Births Among Registered Indians, by Single Years of Mother's
Age, and Total Birth Order, British Columbia, 1974  128
DEATHS
Table 72—General Summary of Deaths Among Registered Indians,  for
Regional Districts, British Columbia, 1974  129
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Table 73—Infant Deaths of Registered Indians by Cause, Sex, and Age,
British Columbia, 1974  130
Table 74—Deaths of Registered Indians by Cause, Sex, and Age, British
Columbia, 1974  131
Appendix
Deaths by Cause, Sex, and Age According to the Detailed List, British Columbia, 1974  137
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
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 of residence. In several
instances where data by place of occurrence are shown, the table headings make
this clear. As marriages involve the places of residence to 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
Causes 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. While the basic structure of the List and the procedure
for determining the underlying cause of death followed the Seventh and Sixth
Revisions, 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.
Because of these changes the code numbers of both the Seventh and Eighth
Revisions are presented in Tables 21a and 21b of Part II. Where it has not been
possible to isolate comparable categories before and after the Eighth Revision, this
fact has been noted by means of a footnote.
With respect to native Indians, it should be noted that since 1968 statistics of
registered Indians appear in certain tables of Part II and Part III. 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. Accordingly,
in all tables which present vital statistics rates for Indians, the figures are now presented in terms of registered Indians. In the reports for the years 1968 to 1973,
data were presented separately by registered Indians and Indians by racial origin in
selected tables of Part III. The term "registered" Indian as used in this Report
refers to Indians by legal status, whether living on or off reserves. Indians "by
racial origin" include registered Indians together with persons of Indian descent
who do not have legal Indian status.
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, mortality data are generally classified according to the Intermediate List of
the Classification.
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 III in the 1971 Report,
and are uniformly adopted in the current Report wherever geographical divisions
are presented.
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 DD 12 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
MAP SHOWING REGIONAL DISTRICTS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
REGIONAL DISTRICTS
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Name
Alberni-Clayoquot.
Bulkley-Nechako.
Capital (Victoria area).
Cariboo.
Central Fraser Valley.
Central Kootenay.
Central Okanagan.
Columbia-Shuswap.
Comox-Strathcona.
10. Cowichan Valley.
11. Dewdney-Alouette.
12. East Kootenay.
13. Fraser-Cheam.
14. Fraser-Fort George.
15. Greater Vancouver.
No.       Name
16. Kitimat-Stikine.
17. Kootenay Boundary.
18. Mount Waddington.
19. Nanaimo.
20. North Okanagan.
21. Ocean Falls.
22. Okanagan-Similkameen.
23. Peace River-Liard.
24. Powell River.
25. Skeena-Queen Charlotte.
26. Squamish-Lillooet.
27. Stikine.
28. Sunshine Coast.
29. Thompson-Nicola.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974 DD 13
PART I—REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE
DIVISION, 1974
SUMMARY
The Division of Vital Statistics performs two major functions in the Health
Branch. One of these is to administer the Province-wide vital statistics registration
system while the other is to provide a centralized biostatistical service to the Health
Branch, to the Mental Health Services Branch, and to certain voluntary health
agencies.
The Division is required to administer the Vital Statistics Act, the Marriage
Act, and the Change of 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 91 district offices and suboffices located
in the main population centres throughout the Province. These are shown in Table
1 on page 14.
In order to carry out its extensive statistical responsibilities, the Division employs a staff of trained biostatisticians and statistical clerks located in Victoria and
Vancouver. Also, the Division operates a Mechanical Tabulation Section, which is
an essential support to both major functions specified above.
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.
Revised vital statistics registration forms for births, deaths, marriages, and
stillbirths were introduced in February. The revisions were based on model forms
developed over several years by the Vital Statistics Council of Canada.
 DD  14
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 1—REGISTRATION DISTRICTS, LOCATION OF OFFICES, AND
DESIGNATION OF APPOINTEES, AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1974
Registration District and
Location of Offices
abbotsford	
ALBERNI	
Designation of
Appointee
.Private individual.
..'See Port Alberni.)
. Private individual.
..Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.(See Quesnel.)
.Government Agent.
CAMPBELL RTVER- Government Agent.
CASSIAR Private individual.
CHEMAINUS Municipal Clerk and RCMP.
CHILLIWACK Government Agent.
CLAYOQUOT (6) Government Agent.
Gold River . Municipal Clerk.
Tahsis RCMP.
ALERT BAY	
ASHCROFT	
ATLIN	
BARKERVILLE (a).
BURNS LAKE	
CLINTON	
COURTENAY-
CRANBROOK-.
CRESTON	
DUNCAN	
ENDERBY-	
Armstrong	
FERNIE	
FORT NELSON...
FORT ST. JOHN.
GANGES	
GOLDEN	
GRAND FORKS	
GREENWOOD (c).
HANEY 	
HOPE	
HOUSTON	
INVERMERE.
KAMLOOPS —
KASLO	
KELOWNA	
KIMBERLEY...
KITIMAT	
LADYSMITH.
LILLOOET	
LYTTON.
.Government Agent.
..Government Agent.
...Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Municipal Clerk and RCMP.
.RCMP.
.Government Agent.
..Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Municipal Clerk.
.Municipal Clerk.
.Private individual.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
..Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Municipal Clerk.
.Government Agent.
.Municipal Clerk.
.Government Agent.
. Private individual.
MACKENZIE  Government Agent.
McBRIDE RCMP.
MERRITT. Government Agent.
MISSION Private individual.
_ Private individual.
Designation of
Appointee
Government Agent.
RCMP.
Registration District and
Location of Offices
NANAIMO	
NATAL (e)
Sparwood	
NELSON Government Agent.
NEW DENVER >d).... Municipal Clerk.
NEW WESTMINSTEK Government Agent.
Murrayville Municipal Clerk.
White Rock Registrar of Voters.
NORTH VANCOUVER_Private individual.
OCEAN FALLS-
Bella Coola	
OLIVER	
-Private individual.
_ Private individual.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
..Government Agent.
POUCE COUPE (/) Government Agent.
100 MILE HOUSE.
PENTICTON	
PORT ALBERNI...
POWELL RIVER.
PRINCE GEORGE-
PRINCE RUPERT-
PRINCETON	
QUATSINO (?)	
QUATSINO.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE..
Masset	
..Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Private individual.
...Government Agent.
.Private individual.
QUESNEL Government Agent.
REVELSTOKE-
ROSSLAND..
SALMON ARM.	
SLOCAN CITY (<*)..
SMITHERS	
Hazelton	
SQUAMISH	
STEWART..
SUMMERLAND.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
..Government Agent.
.Municipal Clerk.
.Government Agent.
.RCMP.
..RCMP.
..Government Agent.
.Private individual.
TELEGRAPH CREEK RCMP.
TERRACE	
TRAIL (A)	
Castlegar	
VANCOUVER-
Sechelt	
Gibsons.
VANDERHOOF-
VERNON	
VICTORIA.
WILLIAMS LAKE.
.Government Agent.
.Private individual.
.Private individual.
.Vital Statistics personnel.
.Private individual.
.Private individual.
.Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
.Vital Statistics personnel.
.Government Agent.
NAKUSP (d)	
The capitalized names are the names of legally defined districts, while the names in small letters indicate the
locations of suboffices.
With few exceptions, registration districts are administered by District Registrars, and suboffices by Deputy
District Registrars.  The exceptional cases are included among the following footnotes:
(a) The District Registrar for Quesnel District administers the Barkerville District directly.
(6) 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 District Registrar for Nelson administers the Nakusp, New Denver, and Slocan City Districts
through Deputy District Registrars.
<e) The District Registrar for Fernie District administers the Natal District also through a member
of the RCMP whose office is located at Sparwood.
(/) The Pouce Coupe District main office is located at Dawson Creek.
<g) The Quatsino District main office is located at Port Hardy,
(ft) The District  Registrar for  Rossland  administers  the Trail  District  through  a  Deputy  District
Registrar.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
Volume of Registrations
DD  15
The number of births, deaths, marriages, and stillbirths in Table 2 are related
to the year of registration, hence will not necessarily coincide with those in Part II
or Part III, which are related to the year of occurrence. In the case of adoptions,
divorces, and wills notices, all figures in this Report are presented in terms of the
year of filing with the Division.
TABLE 2—SUMMARY OF REGISTRATIONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1936-74
Year
Live
Births
Deaths
Marriages
Stillbirths
Adoptions
Divorces!
Wills
Notices
Total
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...
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
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
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
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
80
109
134
150
163
191
157
249
303
330
402
509
680
760
807
789
929
1,034
1,154
1,121
1,187
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
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
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
24,684
28,145
28,470
29,736
34,826
36,532
39,484
40,935
40,009
41,430
49,183
54,416
54,312
54,684
55,465
56,772
60,790
63,255
63,850
66,263
69,322
76,241
76,948
76,026
77,529
74,812
76,516
79,446
80,266
78,470
82,713
86,173
89,246
96,843
100,957
101,114
104,442
108,474
120,242
1 Decrees of dissolution and nullity.
2 Amendment to Wills Act providing for filing of wills notices with Division of Vital Statistics assented to
March 28, 1945.
 DD  16
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH A—SUMMARY OF VOLUME OF REGISTRATIONS, SHOWING TOTAL i RECEIVED, AND LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
1921-74
NUMBER
i an nnn
130.000
120,000
120,000
LEGEND
Total               	
Live Births      —
Deaths
Marriages
110,000
110 000
100,000
100,000
90,000
80,000
90,000
80,000
70,000
r
/J
70,000
60,000
50,000
60 000
50,000
40,000
40,000
30,000
y
/
/
30,000
20,000
10,000
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20,000
10,000
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1921  1926  1931  1936  1941   1946  1951   1956  1961   1966     1974
YEAR
i Registrations of stillbirths, adoptions, divorces, and wills notices included in "total".
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1974
DD  17
GRAPH B—ADOPTIONS REGISTERED, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1936-74
1,200
3,200
2,800
2,400
2,000
1,600
1,200
800
400
1936    1941
1966
I I IO
1974
 DD  18                                         DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH C—DIVORCES i REGISTERED, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1936-7
NUMBER
4
6,500
6,000
5,500
5,000
4,500
4,000
3,500
3,000
2,500
2,000
1,500
1,000
500
6,000
5,500
5,000
4,500
4,000
3,500
3,000
2,500
2,000
1,500
1,000
500
0
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llll
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 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
DD  19
TABLE 3—VOLUME OF SEARCHES PERFORMED; VOLUME OF INCOMING MAIL,
DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1965-74
Searches
Pieces of
Incoming
MaU
Year
Total
Searches
Searches
for
Government
Departments
Other
Searches
1965
103,606
101,345
106,406
102,215
113,066
108,240
108,926
116,929
128,342
133,813
11,904
11,097
13,712
12,856
15,120
12,085
13,718
12,500
12,244
11,941
91,702
90,248
92,694
89,359
97,946
96,155
95,208
104,429
116,098
121,872
129,330
1966
136,974
1967 -  -                 	
141,821
196R
149,957
166,444
163,838
161,181
175,916
187,341
200,555
19fiq
1970
1971
1977
1973   -
1974	
TABLE 4—REVENUE-PRODUCING  CERTIFICATIONS  ISSUED  BY THE  CENTRAL
OFFICE, DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1965-74
Type of Certification
Issued
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
197U
1972
1973
1974
Certificates—
Birth	
Death 	
54,663
9,174
5,891
763
322
12
10,074
8,841
56,681
9,724
5,756
784
266
13
6,034
9,189
59,130
9,566
6,157
755
282
27
5,985
9,931
54,346
9,879
6,049
888
286
16
6,396
10,777
60,267
10,223
6,815
901
251
16
7,344
10,777
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
8,465
8,592
1,697
303
22
9,124
11,621
78,194
9,085
8,220
Change of name	
1,881
263
3
Photographic copies
Wills  notice  certifica-
10,143
12,609
Total certifica-
89,740
88,447
91,339
87,791
96,594
94,867
93,509
103,047
114,867
120,398
1 In January 1971 the activities of the District Registrar for the Victoria Registration District were separated from the Central Office, and are therefore not reflected in this table after 1970.
TABLE 5—REVENUE COLLECTED BY THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1965-74
Year
Total Revenue
Vital Statistics Act
Revenue
Marriage Act
Revenue
19KS
$
185,411.75
181,568.00
209,370.38
259,970.25
357,060.24
347,643.52
385,282.29
414,712.04
463,556.26
488,598.81
$
126,222.57
118,962.90
145,227.78
187,215.41
271,239.26
252,300.36
271,510.00
289,902.18
334,532.70
353,857.80
$
59,189.18
1066
62,605.18
1967
64,142.60
19681
72,751.84
1969        _	
1970
85,820.98
95,343.16
1971
113,772.29
1972   	
124,809.86
1973      	
129,023.56
1974   	
134,741.01
i The fee for a certificate or a certified copy of a registration was increased from $1 to $2 in April 1968.
 DD 20 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Registration of Births
The responsibility for the registration of the birth of a child rests 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. A slight
increase in birth registrations reflected a similar change in the trend of births shown
in Part II.
Legitimations—Under the Legitimation 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 submitted for the registration originally filed, the new registration showing the child to be legitimate. However, satisfactory evidence of paternity
must be first obtained.
There were 249 births legitimated in 1974, compared with 227 in 1973.
Alteration to given names—Under section 8 of the Vital Statistics Act, a
change made in a child's given name before the age of 12 years may be entered on
the birth registration by means of a notation.
Alterations of given names in 1974 numbered 282, as compared with the 1973
figure of 251.
Delayed registrations of birth—Special provision is made in the Vital Statistics
Act for registration of a birth more than one year after the event. There were 410
delayed registrations of births processed during 1974, compared with 446 in 1973.
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 number 78 in 1974, as compared with 69 in 1973.
The majority of these arose from use of a false name on the original registration.
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 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
through the local Medical Health Officer.
As indicated in the Introduction, the Eighth Revision of the International
Classification of Diseases was adopted by this Province in 1969, in common with
the other provinces of Canada and a number of other countries.
As a means of improving cause of death certification, lectures are given each
year to the graduating class of medical students at the University of British
Columbia on this topic.
Registration of Stillbirths
The term "birth" where used in the Vital Statistics Act 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
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1974 DD 21
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 317 stillbirths registrations filed in 1974.
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 1974 numbered 1,704, as compared
with 1,839 in 1973.
Registration of Divorces
The Vital Statistics Act also requires that all divorces and nullities granted in
the Province be registered with the Division. The Division is supplied with a certified copy of each decree of dissolution or nullity by the Supreme Court Registrars.
There were 6,323 dissolutions of marriage and 5 nullities registered by this
Division in 1973. The comparable figures for 1973 were 5,392 dissolutions and
20 nullities.
Administration of the Change of Name Act
The Change of Name Act provides a means whereby persons may change
either their given names of their surnames and the names of their 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, although it
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. An amendment passed in March 1972 extends the
scope of the Act by removing certain limitations upon changing the names of
children, and provides for birth and marriage certificates to be issued showing a
name adopted under the Change of Name Act, without revealing the person's
original name.
 DD 22
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
During 1974, 1,715 change of name applications were granted, compared with
1,555 in the previous year. This increase reflects the continuing effects of the
March 1972 amendment to the Change of Name Act, and the reduction of the age
of majority in 1970. Many of these applications covered several members in a
single family, so that in total 2,248 individuals were affected. Thirty-five per cent of
the applications were made by married men, while an additional 19 per cent were
made by divorced women, 18 per cent by single men, and 15 per cent by single
women.
TABLE 6—CHANGE OF NAME APPLICATIONS GRANTED, BY MARITAL STATUS
AND SEX OF APPLICANT, AND TOTAL NUMBER OF PERSONS AFFECTED,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1941-74
Sex and Marital Status of Applicant
Total
Year
Sir
gle
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Separated
Total
Number
of
Persons
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
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
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
2
5
8
10
14
7
3
11
8
12
11
13
6
12
15
16
13
13
11
16
21
22
23
20
33
26
44
55
45
55
70
111
116
2
1
3
2
2
6
3
10
3
2
2
3
2
1
2
2
5
4
3
1
5
4
5
4
4
7
6
2
7
7
4
6
8
6
3
2
5
5
10
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
4
1
4
2
4
8
7
15
4
9
5
6
9
4
12
13
7
8
7
11
10
9
15
11
6
10
16
9
19
15
20
26
37
44
3
6
10
25
21
39
29
17
19
25
17
40
35
14
24
27
26
24
33
34
19
41
34
45
46
56
64
73
67
100
88
162
284
334
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
98
141
158
145
228
228
256
302
276
277
301
331
345
306
327
348
3841
359
361
351
351
3313
361
373
360
425
411
4913
4803
558
520
643
900
956
13
27
45
65
74
92
75
60
80
71
77
113
105
801
97
103
111
97
118
117
88
112
126
151
164
184
193
214
234
272
286
4091
655
759
111
168
203
210
302
380
331
362
356
348
378
444
450
3861
424
451
4951
456
4702
468
439
4433
487
524
524
609
604
7053
7143
830
806
1,0521
1,555
1,715
180
1942  	
298
1943.
1944 	
1945 -	
351
362
524
1«46
638
1947  -
555
1948
586
1949     	
628
1950  ..	
1951	
1952	
591
646
777
1953	
1954   .. ._
768
702
1955	
743
1<«6
769
1957  .. . .
929
1958
865
1959
825
lOfifl
819
1061
743
1962 	
752
10/tt
812
10*4
879
1065
816
10K6
984
1967   _
915
1968
1,154
1069
1,058
1970
1,150
1971 -	
1,046
1972	
1,451
1973	
1974	
2,060
2,248
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,
s Includes one case for which marital status was not stated.
Administration of the Marriage Act
The Marriage Act prescribes the legal requirements which must be observed
in connection with the solemnizing 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
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1974
DD 23
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, 1974, there were 2,594 ministers and clergymen authorized
to solemnize marriage. During the year, 343 resident clergymen and ministers were
licensed, while 396 licences for those residing in the Province were cancelled due to
transfer out of the Province or due to death. In addition, 109 temporary licences
were issued to nonresident ministers and clergymen who were ministering in the
Province for brief periods only, and 107 such licences were cancelled.
Thirty-four orders of remarriage were issued under the Marriage Act in 1974.
TABLE 7—MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN REGISTERED UNDER THE MARRIAGE
ACT AND REGISTRATIONS CANCELLED, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Permanent
Temporary
Total
Total number on register, December 31, 1973..
Total number registered during 1974.
Total number of registrations cancelled during 1974-
Total number on register, December 31,1974. 	
2,643
343
396
2,590
2
109
107
4
2,645
452
503
2,594
TABLE 8—MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN ON REGISTER AT END OF 1974
BY RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Denomination
Advent Christian Conference
Adventist    	
Anglican    	
Apostolic Church of Canada (New)
Apostolic Church of the Pentecost ....
Apostolic Faith Mission	
Associated Gospel Churches
Baptist Churches, Independent  	
Baptist Conference (Columbia) 	
Baptist Convention (Regular) of British Columbia
Baptist Convention of Oregon-Washington
Baptist Pacific Conference (North America) _	
Baptist Union of Western Canada, British Columbia area
Buddhist Churches of Canada	
Canadian Armed Forces Chaplaincy  	
Canadian Reformed Church of New Westminster
Canadian Sunday School Mission Incorporated
Canadian Temple Cathedral of the Apostolic Church of Life
Christ Church of China _ 	
Christadelphians	
Christian and Missionary Alliance ._  	
Christian Reformed  _    	
Church of Christ	
Church of Christ (Independent)	
Church of God         	
Church of God (American) of Prophecy
Church of God (German)  	
Church of Scientology  	
Church of the Nazarene  	
Churches of God  _ 	
Covenant Bible Fellowship —  	
Disciples of Christ (First Christian Church of Vancouver)
Doukhobor Sect   _	
Emissaries of Divine Light
Evangelical Church
Evangelical Churches of Pentecost   —	
Evangelical Covenant Church of America  	
Evangelical Free Church of North America (Nor-Dani)
Evangelical Russian Christian Church  	
Fellowship Deaconry Association of B.C -	
Free Methodist Church of North America 	
Glad Tidings Temple Missionary Society _	
Greek Catholic, Russian Orthodox of America  	
2
41
344
14
27
2
10
8
19
62
18
22
67
4
21
4
2
14
2
3
39
21
7
8
8
4
4
2
26
1
1
1
1
5
11
27
3
50
1
1
12
15
1
 DD 24
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 8—MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN ON REGISTER AT END OF 1974
BY RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION, BRITISH COLUMBIA—Continued
Denomination
Greek Catholic, Ukrainian   	
Independent Assemblies of God, International
Indian Shaker Church of Washington	
International Foursquare Gospel Lighthouse 	
Jehovah's Witnesses  	
Jewish Congregation, Beth Israel 	
Jewish Congregation, Emanu-El 	
Jewish Congregation, Schara Tzedek
Jewish, Temple Sholom 	
Latter-day Saints, Church of, Alberta, Saskatchewan Mission 	
Latter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ, Alaska-Canadian Mission
Latter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ (Reorganized)  	
Latter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ (Vancouver Stake)	
Liberal Catholic   	
Lutheran Church, Western Canada Synod	
Lutheran Church (The), Missouri Synod
Lutheran, Evangelical Church of Canada, Canada District, American Lutheran Church
Lutheran, Evangelical (Latvian)  	
Lutheran, St. Mark's Evangelical, of Vancouver  	
Mennonite Brethreni     _ 	
Mennonite Brethren, Evangelical     _    	
Mennonite Church of God in Christ        	
Mennonite Conference, Evangelicali
Mennonite Conference, Evangelical Mission of Canada   	
Mennonite Conference of the United Mennonite Church of British Columbia
Mennonite Old Colony Church
Mennonite Old Colony Church in Saskatchewan
Mennonite Sommerfelder Church   	
Mennonite United Missionary Church	
Moravian  —	
Muslim Association (B.C.) 	
Netherlands Reformed Congregation 	
New Jerusalem, Conference of the Church of the
New Jerusalem, General Church of the	
Orthodox Church, Greek    	
Orthodox Church, Russian 	
Orthodox Church, Serbian   	
Orthodox Church, Serbian St. Sava  	
Orthodox Church, Ukrainian  	
Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada  	
Pentecostal Holiness 	
Pentecostal United 	
People's Fellowship   	
Plymouth Brethren    — —
Presbyterian
Quaker (Society of Friends)
Radio Church of God 	
Reformed Church in America
Reformed Episcopal Church ....
Roman Catholic i 	
Salvation Army
Shantymen's Christian Association
Sikh, Akali Singh Society 	
Sikh, Cultural Society .
Sikh, Kalghidar Shromani Societyl
Sikh, Khalsa Diwan Society
Sikh, Pauldi Khalsa Diwan Society	
Spiritual Assembly of Vancouver (Bahai's)
Spiritual Assembly of Victoria (Bahai's) —
Spiritualist Alliance, International 	
Spiritualist Association, National 	
Spiritualist Church, Open Door .
Spiritualists' Association of British Columbia
Standard Church of America, Inc _	
Tenri-Kyo Granville Church   	
Unitarian   	
United Church of Canadai	
Unity Centre of Practical Christianity
Victoria Truth Centre 	
Zion Tabernacle   _.
20
19
2
32
43
1
1
4
1
7
50
22
15
2
20
45
40
1
1
62
4
5
3
2
56
3
3
4
3
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
5
142
11
5
1
50
72
5
8
3
4
361
93
9
2
2
1
7
3
1
1
15
2
2
4
3
1
12
343
3
3
2
Total
i Includes one minister under temporary registration.
2,594
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1974
Registry of Wills Notices
DD 25
The Registry of Wills Notices maintained by this Division under the Wills Act
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 information which will lead to the discovery of the will should be readily available after
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 only
441 notices received. The figures for the last six years show the increasing use of
the service by the public. They are as follows: 1969, 17,331; 1970, 17,682; 1971,
19,295; 1972, 23,525; 1973, 27,223, and 1974, 34,570. Wills notice certifications
increased from 11,621 in 1973 to 12,609 in 1974.
Microfilm and Photographic Services
All registrations of births, deaths, marriages, and stillbirths, together with
delayed registrations and amended registrations, are microfilmed weekly. The film
is forwarded under contract to Statistics Canada, where it is processed and positive
rolls printed for their own use, after which the negative rolls are returned to this
Division. The positive 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 basis: Physician's Notices of Birth, wills notices, adoption notices, change of name files, and
various supplementary records which the Division is required to file under Vital
Statistics Act.
Extensive use is also made of the microfilm and photographic unit to provide
photoprints of vital statistics registrations and other documents in connection with
the administration of the Acts. In 1974, 29,160 photographic prints were issued
free of charge to government agencies, including a small number required for use
by this office. In addition, 10,143 photographic prints were issued as certified
copies at a charge of $2 per copy, as prescribed in the Vital Statistics Act.
BIOSTATISTTCAL SERVICES
The Division's Research Section, in collaboration with the Mechanical Tabulation Section, compiles vital statistics from the registrations of births, deaths, marriages, stillbirths, adoptions, and divorces. Certain of these statistics appear in the
Annual Report of Vital Statistics. In addition, the Division provides a comprehensive central statistical service to other Divisions of Public Health Programs, to
Mental Health Programs, and to certain voluntary agencies subsidized by the
Government. The Division's main statistical activities during 1974 are outlined
below in terms of subject-matter.
Registry for Handicapped Children and Adults
and Cancer Registry
The Registry for Handicapped Children and Adults continued to receive
registrations of handicapping conditions at the rate of about 250 registrations
monthly. In addition, about 200 reports of congenital anomalies were received
each month.
 DD 26 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
A paper entitled "The Use of a Registry Caseload Survey in Predicting Trends
in Rehabilitative Needs for the Handicapped" was prepared and presented for publication. Another paper entitled "The Amount of Hereditary Disease in Human
Populations" was accepted for publication in the Annals of Human Genetics.
During the year the consultants to the Registry presented papers or addresses
based on Registry material at the Canadian Cleft Palate Commission in Toronto,
the International Congress of Paediatricians in Buenos Aires, the meeting of the
American Society of Genetics in Portland, Ore., and at the Mayo Clinic in New
York.
The Cancer Register continued to operate within the general framework of the
Registry, and the service was strengthened by the appointment of a part-time consultant during the year.
The Administrator of the Registry attended the annual meeting of the International Association of Cancer Registries in Montecatini, Italy, in October.
Toward the end of the year the name of the Registry was changed to the
Health Surveillance Registry, a name which more fittingly reflects the present nature
and scope of its activities. The cancer register will be operated as a subregister of
the registry.
Cytology Screening Program
The Division continued to provide mechanical processing and statistical consultant services to the British Columbia Cancer Institute in connection with the
Cytology Screening Program for cervical cancer. Data on about 400,000 screening
tests undertaken during the year were transferred to punch cards, and the records
of screenings in the previous year were tabulated and analysed.
Dental Health
Extensive services were rendered to the Director of the Division of Preventive
Dentistry in connection with the development of a dental care program for children
in the Province. Besides providing a variety of statistical data to the committee
established for this purpose, two members of the Division's Research Section served
as consultants to the committee.
The Research Section was also involved in the development of a new methodology for dental health surveys, designed to give greater statistical reliability to the
data collected. Sample selection and statistical processing of the data compiled in
the Okanagan Region dental health survey were carried out during the year.
Two studies on the caries-inhibiting effects of mouth rinses were completed
during the year. The resulting data were processed, and a statistical analysis
presented to the sponsoring agency and other interested persons.
Infant Morbidity and Mortality
A Research Officer was appointed to represent the Department on the Executive Committee of the Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality Program, which was
established by the British Columbia Medical Association in the current year with
financial assistance from the Provincial Government. During the year the Committee examined statistics supplied by this Division relating to infant morbidity and
mortality, as a basis for formulating their approach to the study in 1975.
Data derived from the Physician's Notice of Live Births or Stillbirths were
again analysed and presented in the form of an annual special report entitled "The
Newborn." A study of infant and perinatal mortality among registered Indians was
undertaken, and the results presented in a special report.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974 DD 27
The Division continued to provide information on congenital anomalies, ascertained from multiple sources, to the Department of National Health and Welfare in
connection with the continuing national surveillance study of congenital anomalies.
Metric Conversion Committee
A Research Officer was selected to represent the Health Branch on the Provincial Metric Conversion Committee. This committee was appointed to collaborate
at the Provincial level with the National Committee on Metric Conversion, which is
working toward complete conversion to the use of metric units by the year 1980.
Community Care Facilities Licensing Board
The expanding statistical needs of the Community Care Facilities Licensing
Board, which is responsible for the licensing of personal care homes for the aged
and day care centres for children, were dealt with during the year. Because of the
Board's need of up-to-date listings and statistics at short notice, priority has been
given to the computerization of these records, and the requisite procedural changes
were completed before the end of the year.
Public Health Nursing
There was a considerable expansion in the coverage of the Special Home Care
Projects, designed to relieve pressure on acute care hospitals. Individual patient
records relating to these projects were processed and statistics supplied to the Division of Public Health Nursing.
Assistance was given to a public health nursing consultant in a study designed
to assess the effectiveness of the public health nursing/physician liaison program
which has been in operation for the past few years.
Vital Statistics
Statistics based on the vital events which occurred in this Province were compiled in collaboration with Statistics Canada. A substantial part of the resulting
tabulations appears in the Division's Annual Report of Vital Statistics, while some
unpublished data are available on request.
During the year, plans were laid for substituting the Division's out-dated unit
record tabulating equipment by a computer terminal connected to the data processing installation of the Computer and Consultant Services Branch of the Department of Transport and Communications. The substantial operation of systems
analysis and programming which is involved was commenced during the year and
accelerated during the last quarter.
Other Services
The Division assumed responsibility for processing two new continuing series
of survey questionnaires, which were introduced respectively by the Consultant in
Public Health Nutrition, and by the Director, Division of Speech and Hearing.
The Research Section maintained statistical services to the Division of Tuberculosis Control, the Division of Venereal Disease Control, Mental Health Programs,
and the G. F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre. These services included the editing and
processing of individual records, and the preparation of statistics required for
annual reports and to meet special inquiries.
  VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974 DD 29
PART II—TREND TABLES WITH RATES
(By Place of Residence)
PROMINENT FEATURES
The second largest population increase on record occurred in British Columbia
from 1973 to 1974. There were 80,000 people added to the Province's total, only
slightly fewer than the 83,000 increase from 1956 to 1957. The proportionate
increase in population was 3.5, more than double the figure for Canada as a whole.
As the birthrate in the Province has continued at a low level this year, the other
component of population growth, immigration, is making the most substantial
contribution to population growth. The special topographic, climatic, and economic
characteristics of the Province which have been mentioned in previous reports
combine to encourage heavy concentrations of people to reside in the southwest
corner of the Province.
The crude birthrate in 1974 was unchanged from last year, there having been
14.8 births per 1,000 population. This rate is at the low level of the mid-thirties.
Illegitimate births during the year made up 12.1 per cent of all births in the Province up slightly from last year's figure of 11.5. In all of Canada the birthrate in
1974 was 15.4.
The rate of marriages per 1,000 population in 1974 was 9.1 per 1,000 population, slightly below the 1973 figure of 9.2. Though well below the high rates of the
1940's, this year's figure is still at a fairly high level and represents a considerable
advance over the rates in the early part of the 1960's. The Canada-wide rate of
marriage was 9.0 in 1974.
There was an increase in the deathrate in 1974 over 1973, the figure this year
being 8.0 per 1,000 population, that for 1973, 7.8. For the country as a whole
the deathrate was 7.4 during 1974.
The deathrate per 100,000 population for heart disease in 1974 was 264 per
100,000 population. This is only the second slight interruption in the long-term
downward trend of these rates.
Over the last few years the cancer deathrate has shown little variation, and in
fact, except for one year in the last nine, has been between 150 and 156 per
100,000 population. The exception was a rate of 158 recorded in 1969. The 1974
figure was 155.
Cerebrovascular disease caused a somewhat higher number of deaths per
100,000 population in 1974 than in the previous year, 83 compared to 80. However, as was the case for heart disease, this is still well below the rates recorded in
the 1960's.
The accident rate this year attained its highest point since 1943, 83 per
100,000 population. The rate has increased over the 1973 figure of 80, which in
turn was above the 1972 rate, 76.
The suicide rate per 100,000 population in 1974 was 17, down from the rate
of 19 for 1973, which was the highest for some years.
Deaths of infants under one year of age this year numbered 16 per 1,000 five
births, a decrease from the 1973 figure of 17. The rate for all of Canada in 1974
was 15.
The divorce rate this year increased markedly to 264 per 100,000 population
from the 1973 figure of 234.
Adoptions during 1974 numbered 1,704, down slightly from the 1973 figure of
1,839.
The reader is reminded that population-based rates for years subsequent to the
last census are subject to revision following the next census.
 DD 30 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
LONG-TERM TRENDS OF POPULATION AND VITAL EVENTS
TABLE 9—POPULATION BY SEX AND AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1901-74
Year
Total
Age-group (Years)
0^1
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60-69
70-79
80+
1901
.T
178.7
16.2
15.7
12.6
13.2
39.6
39.0
23.2
11.2
5.7
1.9
0.4
M
114.2
8.3
8.1
6.6
7.4
26.7
27.4
16.7
7.8
3.8
1.2
0.2
F
64.5
7.9
7.6
6.0
5.8
12.9
11.6
6.5
3.4
1.9
0.7
0.2
1911
T
392.5
36.1
29.6
25.5
27.7
99.1
83.4
50.3
25.1
10.8
3.8
1.1
M
251.6
18.1
15.2
13.1
15.7
70.0
58.2
34.8
16.6
7.0
2.3
0.6
F
140.9
18.0
14.4
12.4
12.0
29.1
25.2
15.5
8.5
3.8
1.5
0.5
1921	
._T
524.6
49.8
54.3
45.3
37.7
76.6
101.1
80.4
46.3
23.5
7.8
1.8
M
293.4
25.0
27.4
22.8
19.2
39.7
60.0
50.3
29.1
14.6
4.4
0.9
F
231.2
24.8
26.9
22.5
18.5
36.9
41.1
30.1
17.2
8.9
3.4
0.9
1931.
T
694.3
52.0
59.2
59.9
62.4
107.5
98.8
112.5
79.2
41.8
17.2
3.8
M
385.2
26.2
30.1
30.2
31.9
58.1
54.1
68.1
49.0
25.6
10.0
1.9
F
309.1
25.8
29.1
29.7
30.5
49.4
44.7
44.4
30.2
16.2
7.2
1.9
1941
T
817.8
59.5
54.8
60.7
66.6
141.3
117.8
100.6
106.0
72.0
30.7
7.8
M
435.0
30.1
27.9
30.6
33.7
70.1
63.3
53.8
61.5
42.4
17.6
4.0
F
382.8
29.4
26.9
30.1
32.9
71.2
54.5
46.8
44.5
29.6
13.1
3.8
1951—
T
1,165.2
125.9
99.9
78.6
70.3
171.4
182.1
143.3
112.1
108.4
58.7
14.5
M
597.0
64.2
51.0
39.8
35.8
83.1
88.1
76.3
58.5
60.1
32.5
7.6
F
568.2
61.7
48.9
38.8
34.5
88.3
94.0
67.0
53.6
48.3
26.2
6.9
1956	
 T
1,398.5
156.8
140.6
108.5
86.4
186.9
209.6
181.2
125.9
105.9
76.6
20.1
M
720.5
80.0
71.5
55.4
44.1
98.3
103.0
93.6
67.4
55.3
41.7
10.2
F
678.0
76.8
69.1
53.1
42.3
88.6
106.6
87.6
58.5
50.6
34.9
9.9
1961	
—T
1,629.1
829.1
186.8
95.3
171.7
87.9
150.7
76.9
112.6
57.7
197.4
101.0
228.4
114.9
209.1
103.3
150.6
79.2
107.0
53.6
85.7
44.6
29.1
M
14.7
F
800.0
91.5
83.8
73.8
54.9
96.4
113.5
105.8
71.4
53.4
41.1
14.4
1962	
 T
1,660.0
189.1
174.6
156.5
120.5
198.0
227.0
212.6
156.6
108.5
85.4
31.2
M
844.4
96.8
89.4
79.8
62.0
100.7
114.7
104.6
82.0
55.0
43.7
15.7
F
815.6
92.3
85.2
76.7
58.5
97.3
112.3
108.0
74.6
53.5
41.7
15.5
1963-
T
1,699.0
190.7
179.6
161.9
129.7
202.8
225.9
216.3
163.2
110.4
85.1
33.4
M
863.6
97.9
92.1
82.6
66.9
102.8
114.8
105.8
84.8
56.3
42.9
16.7
F
835.4
92.8
87.5
79.3
62.8
100.0
111.1
110.5
78.4
54.1
42.2
16.7
1964..     .
T
1,745.0
191.4
184.0
167.0
140.0
211.9
226.8
220.3
170.5
113.0
84.5
35.6
M
885.3
98.1
94.7
85.3
71.9
107.2
115.6
107.3
87.7
57.9
41.9
17.7
F
859.7
93.3
89.3
81.7
68.1
104.7
111.2
113.0
82.8
55.1
42.6
17.9
1965	
._T
1,797.0
910.9
190.1
98.1
191.5
98.3
173.1
88.4
148.9
76.1
224.4
113.5
229.0
117.3
224.7
109.4
178.1
90.9
116.2
59.6
84.2
41.3
36.8
M
18.0
F
886.1
92.0
93.2
84.7
72.8
110.9
111.7
115.3
87.2
56.6
42.9
18.8
1966	
__T
1,873.7
188.8
203.1
182.4
158.4
243.6
235.3
231.0
185.6
121.7
85.5
38.3
M
948.6
97.0
103.0
93.4
80.7
123.7
122.5
113.6
94.0
61.3
40.7
18.7
F
925.1
91.8
100.1
89.0
77.7
119.9
112.8
117.4
91.6
60.4
44.8
19.6
1967	
.—T
1,945.0
185.9
209.1
191.9
167.7
264.8
241.7
238.3
193.5
126.1
85.9
40.1
M
983.6
95.3
106.4
98.1
85.5
134.5
126.3
117.6
97.0
63.3
40.5
19.1
F
961.4
90.6
102.7
93.8
82.2
130.3
115.4
120.7
96.5
62.8
45.4
21.0
1968	
T
2,003.0
180.8
212.5
200.6
175.8
283.9
245.2
244.5
200.5
131.3
86.3
41.6
M
1,011.2
92.6
108.3
102.4
89.5
143.9
128.1
121.4
99.7
65.8
40.1
19.4
F
991.8
88.2
104.2
98.2
86.3
140.0
117.1
123.1
100.8
65.5
46.2
22.2
1969	
T
2,060.0
177.8
213.4
209.0
183.8
302.7
248.8
249.6
207.4
137.6
86.5
43.4
M
1,038.4
90.9
109.0
106.5
93.7
153.3
129.6
124.8
102.2
68.8
39.7
19.9
F
1,021.6
86.9
104.4
102.5
90.1
149.4
119.2
124.8
105.2
68.8
46.8
23.5
1970   .
T
2,128.0
177.5
213.4
217.1
193.1
324.6
254.4
254.8
214.6
145.3
87.7
45.5
M
1,071.9
90.9
109.2
110.5
98.4
164.5
132.6
128.3
104.9
72.4
39.8
20.4
F
1,056.1
86.6
104.2
106.6
94.7
160.1
121.8
126.5
109.7
72.9
47.9
25.1
1971-
T
2,184.6
175.4
212.2
222.3
201.1
345.3
260.1
257.7
220.8
152.9
89.5
47.3
M
1,100.4
89.7
108.3
113.2
102.8
175.0
135.2
130.9
107.7
76.2
40.5
20.9
F
1,084.2
85.7
103.9
109.1
98.3
170.3
124.9
126.8
113.1
76.7
49.0
26.4
1972. ...     .
.T
2,247.0
177.8
208.3
226.3
208.6
367.8
271.9
261.4
226.0
158.9
91.8
48.2
M
1,132.9
91.1
106.7
115.4
106.8
186.6
141.5
133.9
110.0
78.9
41.6
20.4
F
1,114.1
86.7
101.6
110.9
101.8
181.2
130.4
127.5
116.0
80.0
50.2
27.8
1973. 	
T
2,315.0
182.0
201.7
232.3
218.9
386.4
288.0
264.6
232.9
164.9
94.1
49.2
M
1,165.0
93.0
103.0
118.7
111.6
195.5
149.4
136.2
113.1
81.1
42.9
20.5
F
1,150.0
89.0
98.7
113.6
107.3
190.9
138.6
128.4
119.8
83.8
51.2
28.7
1974	
T
2.395.2
1,204.3
184.9
94.5
199.7
102.1
236.4
120.8
228.0
116.1
411.0
207.6
308.1
160.0
268.9
139.3
238.6
115.6
172.3
84.0
97.3
44.2
50.0
M
20.1
F
1.190.9
90.4
97.6
115.6
111.9
203.4
148.1
129.6
123.0
88.3
53.1
29.9
Source: Figures for 1901, 1911, 1921, 1931, 1941, 1951
the remainder are estimated by Statistics Canada.
1956, 1961, 1966, and 1971 are census counts, while
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
DD 31
TABLE 10—NUMBERS OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES, AND CORRESPONDING CRUDE RATES, INCLUDING THE STANDARDIZED DEATHRATE \
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1921-74
(Rates per 1,000 population)
Year
Population
Live Births
Number       Rate
Deaths
Number
Rate
Standardized
Rate
Marriages
Number     Rate
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.
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
2,247,000
2,315,000
2,395,200
I
10,653
10,166
10,001
10,119
10,342
10,063
10,084
10,385
10,378
10,867
10,404
10,214
9,583
9,813
10,013
10,571
11,279
12,476
12,373
13,830
15,038
16,808
18,802
18,999
18,877
22,609
26,286
25,984
27,301
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
20.3
18.8
18.0
17.7
17.6
16.6
16.2
16.2
15.7
16.1
15.0
14.4
13.4
13.5
13.6
14.2
14.9
16.1
15.6
17.2
18.4
19.3
20.9
20.4
19.9
22.5
25.2
24.0
24.5
23.8
24.1
24.8
25.4
25.4
25.4
25.9
26.1
25.7
25.5
25.0
23.7
23.0
22.1
20.6
18.7
17.3
16.9
16.8
17.2
17.3
16.0
15.4
14.8
14.8
4,208
4,907
4,997
5,004
4,945
5,474
5,750
5,910
6,397
6,400
6,114
6,150
6,221
6,378
6,857
7,222
7,973
7,460
7,517
8,315
8,505
8,869
10,012
9,697
9,756
10,137
10,613
11,316
11,315
11,581
11,638
12,080
12,218
12,414
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
89,177
8.0
9.1
9.0
8.8
8.4
9.0
9.2
9.2
9.7
9.5
8.7
8.7
8.8
9.3
9.7
10.5
9.6
9.5
10.3
10.4
10.2
11.1
10.4
10.3
10.1
10.2
10.5
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.0
9.8
9.6
9.5
9.6
9.3
8.9
9.1
9.2
9.0
8.8
9.2
8.7
8.3
8.4
8.4
8.0
8.1
8.0
7.8
8.0
10.9
12.2
12.0
11.4
11.0
11.9
12.0
11.7
12.1
11.7
10.5
10.4
10.0
9.9
10.5
10.8
11.5
10.1
9.6
10.2
10.2
9.9
10.7
9.8
9.7
9.5
9.3
9.2
8.7
8.6
8.4
8.4
8.1
7.9
7.8
7.9
7.7
7.5
7.5
7.4
7.1
7.1
7.0
7.2
6.9
6.9
7.1
7.2
7.3
6.9
6.5
6.4
6.2
6.4
3,889
3,763
3,943
4,038
4,223
4,418
4,720
4,942
5,155
4,697
3,879
3,604
4,048
4,771
5,034
5,451
6,191
6,135
7,862
9,624
9,769
10,877
9,385
8,434
9,262
11,762
11,852
11,718
11,376
11,110
11,272
11,081
11,298
10,991
11,011
11,950
12,620
12,094
11,910
11,203
10,935
11,196
11,677
12,158
13,639
14,682
16,026
16,914
18,284
20,020
20,389
20,659
21,303
21,734
7.4
7.0
7.1
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.6
7.7
7.8
6.9
5.6
5.1
5.6
6.6
7.3
8.2
7.9
9.9
12.0
11.9
12.5
10.4
9.0
11.7
11.4
10.8
10.2
9.8
9.7
9.2
9.1
8.5
8.2
8.5
8.5
7.9
7.6
7.0
6.7
6.7
6.9
7.0
7.6
7.8
8.2
8.4
8.9
9.4
9.3
9.2
9.2
9.1
i Standardized to 1956 Census Population of Canada.
 DD 32
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH D—CRUDE LIVE BIRTH, DEATH, AND MARRIAGE RATES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1921-74
(Rates per 1,000 population)
nl i i i i I i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i I i i i i I i i i i I i i i i I i i i i i i i I n
1921  1926  1931  1936  1941  1946  1951  1956  1961  1966     1974
YEAR
TABLE 11—LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN INSTITUTIONS COMPARED TO
TOTAL LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1926-74
Year
Live Births
Deaths
Total
In
Institutions
Percentage
of Total in
Institutions
Total
In
Institutions
Percentage
of Total in
Institutions
Average
, 1926-30.
1931-35	
1936-40
]0d1_45
10,355
10,005
12,106
17,705
25,859
31,347
38,930
36,753
32,502
32,899
33,687
35,383
36,861
34,852
34,563
34,352
35,450
5,545
6,769
9,688
16,158
24,846
30,619
38,359
36,395
32,243
32,681
33,464
35,185
36,693
34,665
34,382
34,174
35,276
53.5
67.7
80.0
91.3
96.1
97.7
98.5
99.0
99.2
99.3
99.3
99.4
99.5
99.5
99.5
99.5
99.5
5,986
6,290
7,697
9,368
10,992
12,233
13,980
15,236
16,290
16,170
16,828
17,377
17,020
17,783
18,021
18,095
19,177
2,466
3,102
4,053
5,350
6,621
7,875
9,379
10,153
11,724
11,652
12,102
12,666
12,168
12,948
13,272
13,196
14,171
41.2
49.3
52.7
57.1
»»
ii
1966
1967
1946-50
1951-55
1956-60	
1961-65
60.2
64.4
67.1
66.6
72.0
72.1
1968          .
1969
71.9
72.9
1«70
71.8
1071
72.8
1072
73.6
1071
72.9
1074
73.9
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
DD 33
TABLE 12—LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND NATURAL INCREASE,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-74
(Rates per 1,000 population)
A—Including Registered Indians
Live Births
Deaths
Natural Increase
Number
Rate
Number
Rate
Number
Rate
Average, 1921-25 .
„        1976-30
10,256
10,356
10,005
12,105
17,705
25,859
31,347
38,930
36,753
32,502
32,899
33,687
35,383
36,861
34,852
34,563
34,352
35,450
18.4
16.2
14.0
15.6
19.8
24.0
25.1
25.7
21.5
17.3
16.9
16.8
17.2
17.2
16.0
15.4
14.8
14.8
4,812
5,987
6,346
7,697
9,368
10,992
12,233
13,980
15,236
16,290
16,170
16,828
17,377
17,020
17,783
18,021
18,095
19,177
8.6
9.3
8.9
9.9
10.5
10.2
9.8
9.2
8.9
8.7
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.0
8.1
8.0
7.8
8.0
5,444
4,369
3,659
4,408
8,337
14,867
19,114
24,950
21,517
16,212
16,729
16,859
18,006
19,841
17,069
16,542
16.257
16,273
9.8
6.8
„        1031-35
5.1
1936^10
1941^15
1946-50
„        1951-55
5.7
9.3
13.8
15.3
1056-60
16.4
„        1061-65
12.6
1966
8.7
1967
8.6
1968
8.4
1969-     	
1970    	
1071
8.7
9.3
7.8
1972
7.4
1973                   .             .    .
7.0
1974	
6.8
B—Excluding Registered Indians
1961
36,803
36,371
35,685
34,234
31,977
30,974
31,416
32,201
33,951
35,391
33,529
33,238
33,063
34,207
23.1
22.4
21.5
20.1
18.2
16.9
16.5
16.4
16.9
17.0
15.7
14.7
14.6
14.6
14,003
14,465
14,610
15,634
15,365
15,856
15,750
16,396
16,957
16,598
17,356
17,596
17,656
18,682
8.8
8.9
8.8
9.2
8.8
8.7
8.3
8.4
8.4
8.0
8.1
7.8
7.8
8.0
22,800
21,906
21,075
18,600
16,688
15,118
15,666
15,805
16,994
18,793
16,173
15,642
15,407
15,525
14.3
1962
13.5
1963
1964. .                   	
1965
1966
12.7
10.9
9.5
8.3
1967....
1968
1969     -      ...      .
1970	
8.2
8.1
8.4
9.0
1971	
7.6
10TJ
6.9
1073
6.8
1974
6.6
C—Registered Indians Only
1961-
1962-.
1963-
1964...
1965...
1966-
1967-
1968-
1969-
1970..
1971-
1972_
1973-
1974-
1,788
47.3
1,757
45.1
1,793
44.5
1,663
40.1
1,692
39.6
1,528
34.9
1,483
33.1
1,486
32.7
1,432
30.8
1,470
31.0
1,323
27.3
1,325
26.9
1,289
25.8
1,243
24.5
400
447
419
417
419
434
420
432
420
422
427
425
439
495
10.6
11.5
10.4
10.0
9.8
9.9
9.4
9.5
9.0
8.9
8.8
8.6
8.8
9.7
1,388
1,310
1,374
1,246
1,197
1,094
1,063
1,054
1,012
1,048
896
900
850
748
36.7
33.4
34.1
30.0
28.0
25.0
23.8
23.2
21.8
22.1
18.5
18.3
17.0
14.7
Note—The term
on or off the reserves.
2
registered Indian," as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether living
 DD 34
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 13—LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS BY SEX, SHOWING SEX RATIOS,
^     BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-74
A—Including Registered Indians
Year
Live Births
Deaths
Male
Female
Sex Ratioi
Male
Female
Sex Ratio 2
<■, 1921-7.5
5,310
5,266
5,136
6,214
9,082
13,214
16,109
19,888
18,748
16,625
16,831
17,223
18,127
19,018
18,003
17,660
17,640
18,228
4,946
5,090
4,869
5,891
8,623
12,645
15,238
19,042
18,004
15,877
16,068
16,464
17,256
17,843
16,849
16,903
16,712
17,222
1,073.6
1,034.6
1,054.8
1,054.8
1,053.2
1,045.0
1,057.2
1,044.4
1,041.3
1,047.1
1,047.5
1,046.1
1,050.5
1,065.9
1,068.5
1,044.8
1,055.5
1,058.4
2,970
3,719
3,887
4,790
5,841
6,846
7,635
8,640
9,299
9,874
9,720
10,043
10,497
10,131
10,509
10,464
10,759
11,392
1,842
2,268
2,459
2,907
3,527
4,146
4,598
5,340
5,937
6,416
6,450
6,785
6,880
6,889
7,274
7,557
7,336
7,785
1,612.4
1926-30	
1931-35   .               	
1936-40 -
1941_45__
1,639.8
1,580.7
1,647.7
1,656.1
1946-50	
1,651.2
II
1966
1951-55	
1956-60                           	
1961-65  	
1,660.5
1,618.0
1,566.3
1,539.0
1967 _ 	
1968 -    .                         .                    _.
1,507.0
1,480.2
1969
1970
1971—
1,525.7
1,470.6
1,444.7
1077
1,384.7
1973
1,466.6
1974
1,463.3
B—Excluding Registered Indians
1961-
1962-
1963-
1964...
1965-
1966-
1967-
1968-
1969.
1970..
1971...
1972...
1973-
1974..
18,785
18,497
18,266
17,520
16,277
15,824
16,097
16,488
17,380
18,257
17,336
16,980
16,966
17,577
18,018
17,874
17,419
16,714
15,700
15,150
15,319
15,713
16,571
17,134
16,193
16,258
16,097
16,630
1,042.6
1,034.9
1,048.6
1,048.2
1,036.7
1,044.5
1,050.8
1,049.3
1,048.8
1,065.5
1,070.6
1,044.4
1,054.0
1,056.9
8,644
8,942
8,857
9,560
9,290
9,621
9,466
9,803
10,244
9,888
10,261
10,217
10,497
11,097
5,359
5,523
5,753
6,074
6,075
6,235
6,284
6,593
6,213
6,710
7,095
7,379
7,159
7,585
1,613.0
1,619.0
1,539.5
1,573.9
1,529.2
1,543.1
1,506.4
1,486.9
1,648.8
1,473.6
1,446.2
1,384.6
1,466.3
1,463.0
C—Registered Indians Only
1961_
1962_
1963-
1964-.
1965-
1966-
1967-
1968-
1969...
1970...
1971-.
1972-
1973-
1974...
928
892
874
870
833
801
734
735
747
761
667
680
674
651
860
865
919
793
859
727
749
751
685
709
656
645
615
592
1,079.1
1,031.2
951.0
1,097.1
969.7
1,101.8
980.0
978.7
1,090.5
1,073.3
1,016.8
1,054.3
1,095.9
1,099.7
240
242
241
245
233
253
254
240
253
243
248
247
262
295
160
205
178
172
186
181
166
192
167
179
179
178
177
200
1,500.0
1,180.5
1,353.9
1,424.4
1,252.7
1,397.8
1,530.1
1,250.0
1,515.0
1,357.5
1,385.5
1,387.6
1,480.2
1,475.0
i Number of male births per 1,000 female births.
2 Number of male deaths per 1,000 female deaths.
Note—The term "registered Indian," as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether living
on or off the reserves.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
TRENDS OF LIVE BIRTHS AND STILLBIRTHS
DD 35
TABLE 14—LIVE BIRTHS, BY MONTH, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-74
A—Including Registered Indians
Month
Year
Total
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
1970
36,861
2,907
2,718
3,161
3,248
3,253
3,114
3,269
2,996
3,151
2,984
2,932
3,128
1971
34,852
3,132
2,845
3,144
2,834
2,909
2,824
3,059
2,794
2,825
2,889
2,817
2,780
1972
34,563
2,731
2,710
3,076
2,830
3,016
2,951
2,980
2,942
2,973
2,915
2,661
2,778
1973
34,352
2,783
2,640
2,980
2,873
3,146
2,927
3,040
2,908
2,774
2,823
2,681
2,777
1974
35,450
2,882
2,656
2,870
3,001
3,117
2,933
3,032
3,041
2,966
3,126
2,885
2,941
B—Excluding Registered Indians
Year
Total
Month
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
1970
35,391
2,778
2,594
3,025
3,109
3,120
3,003
3,134
2,887
3,018
2,876
2,812
3,035
1971
33,529
3,007
2,750
3,015
2,716
2,798
2,714
2,928
2,671
2,735
2,794
2,718
2,683
1972
33,238
2,621
2,603
2,971
2,727
2,900
2,824
2,871
2,824
2,854
2,809
2,559
2,675
1973
33,063
2,670
2,551
2,853
2,772
3,034
2,798
2,946
2,795
2,684
2,727
2,566
2,667
1974
34,207
2,753
2,554
2,762
2,894
3,021
2,834
2,932
2,945
2,868
3,011
2,789
2,844
C—Registered Indians Only
Month
Year
Total
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
1970
1,470
129
124
136
139
133
111
135
109
133
108
120
93
1971
1,323
125
95
129
118
111
110
131
123
90
95
99
97
1972
1,325
110
107
105
103
116
127
109
118
119
106
102
103
1973
1,289
113
89
127
101
112
129
94
113
90
96
115
110
1974
1,243
129
102
108
107
96
99
100
96
98
115
96
97
 DD 36
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE  15-
LEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1931-74
(Showing percentage legitimate)
A—Including Registered Indians
Age-group (Years)
Legiti
Total
mate
Year
Under
15
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45
and
Over
Not
Stated
Legitimate
Cent
of Live
Births
Average, 1931-35	
0.8
620.6
2,759.2
2,766.2
1,907.6
1,138.6
425.2
47.8
9.0
9,675.0
96.7
1936^10	
1.6
767.8
3,606.8
3,607.6
2,134.2
1,099.8
365.2
42.0
6.0
11,631.0
96.1
1941-45	
1.0
891.8
5,028.4
5,465.4
3,422.6
1,552.2
410.6
40.2
4.0
16,816.2
95.0
1946-50	
1.0
1,374.2
6,977.4
7,963.6
5,010.4
2,391.0
570.4
50.8
4.2
24,343.0
94.1
1951-55	
2.4
1,911.4
8,204.2
8,990.2
6,361.6
3,084.4
835.6
55.6
3.4
29,448.8
93.9
1956-60	
3.4
3,105.8
10,828.4
10,481.6
7,066.2
3,854.4
1,012.4
68.4
4.0
36,424.6
93.6
1961-65...-.
1.2
3,189.8
10,711.2
9,295.8
6,063.6
3,302.8
990.0
60.6
0.2
33,615.2
91.5
1966
2
3,283
9,563
8,004
4,512
2,441
710
60
1
28,576
87.9
1967    .
	
3,152
10,245
8,103
4,305
2,223
639
37
1
28,705
87.3
1968
2
3,048
10,445
8,723
4,331
2,006
581
48
1
29,185
86.6
1969                      	
1
3,120
10,959
11,670
9,553
4.352
1,974
510
35
2
30,506
31,826
86 2
1970
3,274
10,199
4,400
1,754
497
29
3
86.3
1971	
1
3,010
11,602
10,078
4,087
1,461
349
25
3
30,616
87.8
1072
2,998
2,912
11,162
10,679
4,187
4,066
4,471
1,272
1,170
308
27
30,633
30,398
31,167
88 6
1971
2
10,972
11,045
11,015
11,543
239
18
4
88 5
1974—	
2
2,752
1,114
227
13
2
88.0
B—Excluding Registered Indians
1961	
2
3,047
10,861
9,780
6,460
3,527
1,004
64
1
34,746
94.4
1962...
	
3,052
10,983
9,451
6,240
3,421
969
43
	
34,159
93.9
1963
1
3,025
10,634
9,240
6,027
3,254
991
57
	
33,229
93.1
1964
2
2,975
10,215
8,633
5,597
3,040
958
48
	
31,468
91.9
lofts
3,210
9,136
8,006
5,018
2,710
821
63
28,964
90.6
1066
2
3,170
9,230
7,786
4,388
2,351
686
57
1
27,671
89.3
1967           	
3,043
9,972
7,917
4,195
2,139
608
34
27,908
88.8
1968.    -          .   .
2
2,925
10,186
8,532
4,227
1,935
562
46
1
29,416
88.2
1<i69
1
3,006
10,715
9,376
4,270
1,904
489
35
2
29,798
87.8
1970             	
3,164
11,413
10,046
4,307
1,702
481
29
3
31,145
88.0
1971 .. -
1
2,906
11,381
9,934
4,004
1,427
337
24
3
30,017
89.5
1972              ..    -
	
2,870
10,934
10,555
4,127
1,250
297
24
	
30,057
90.4
1973
2
2,810
10,748
10,902
4,017
1,144
227
17
3
29,870
90.3
1974 	
2
2,656
10,842
11,421
4,431
1,105
219
13
2
30,689
89.8
C—Registered Indians Only
1961
140
360
289
209
114
46
7
1,165
65.3
1967,
	
133
352
308
212
118
36
6
	
1,165
66.1
1963                     .     .
133
372
276
220
111
55
3
.
1,170
65.3
1964
1
117
329
255
184
110
34
6
1,036
62.3
1965
117
314
241
151
109
36
6
974
57.6
19fifi
113
333
218
124
90
24
3
905
59.2
1967
109
273
186
110
84
31
3
1
797
53.7
1968
123
259
191
104
71
19
2
.
769
51.7
1969
114
244
177
82
70
21
708
49.4
1970
110
257
153
93
52
16
681
46.3
IO71
104
221
144
83
34
12
1
599
45.3
1077
128
228
124
60
22
11
3
576
43 5
1073
102
224
113
49
26
12
1
1
528
41.0
1974   -  	
	
98
203
122
40
9
8
	
480
38.6
Note—The term
"registe
red Indian," as used in this Report, refers to In
dians
by legal
status,
whether
living on or off the re
serves.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1974
DD 37
TABLE 16—ILLEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS i BY AGE OF MOTHER,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1931-74
(Showing percentage illegitimate)
A—Including Registered Indians
Year
Age-group (Years)
Under
15
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45
and
Over
Not
Stated
Total
Illegitimate
Illegitimate
per
Cent
of Live
Births
Average, 1931-35..
„ 1936-40-
1941-45-
1946-50-
1951-55..
„ 1956-60.
1961-65..
1966-
1967-
1968-
1969-
1970-
1971-
1972-
1973-
1974..
3.6
4.0
6.6
7.6
10.8
20.6
22.0
42
28
30
44
46
39
39
43
33
101.8
133.4
225.41
368.4
458.0
728.8
1,021.6
1,509
1,709
1,712
1,898
2,084
1,765
1,696
1,621
1,751
122.4
176.6
355.6
545.8
628.8
728.2
1,023.6
1,279
1,348
1,637
1,717
1,734
1,386
1,239
1,223
1,403
48.8
83.8
160.8
312.0
387.4
464.4
493.6
551
599
640
684
696
614
580
642
714
29.0
42.8
77.4
165.8
214.2
305.4
314.6
311
283
276
317
290
279
235
284
261
17.0
5.8
21.8
9.8
44.8
14.4
84.6
26.8
126.6
40.6
191.8
61.0
190.0
62.6
170
60
173
50
146
57
160
49
150
34
115
34
104
34
109
32
91
28
0.8
1.2
2.8
3.2
3.6
4.4
6.8
2
3
5
7
1
2
3
1.2
1.4
0.8
2.0
1.0
0.6
0.6
2
1
1
1
330.4
474.8
888.6
1,516.2
1,890.0
2,505.2
3,137.4
3,926
4,194
4,502
4,877
5,035
4,236
3,930
3,954
4,281
3.3
3.9
5.0
5.9
6.1
6.4
8.5
12.1
12.7
13.4
13.8
13.7
12.2
11.4
11.5
12.0
B—Excluding Registered Indians
1961_
1962-
1963-
1964-
1965-
1966-
1967-
1968_
1969-
1970-
1971-
1972..
1973..
1974-
16
16
18
17
24
32
21
22
37
37
26
29
31
27
661
675
812
977
1,089
1,299
1,481
1,483
1,657
1,771
1,478
1,390
1,311
1,409
628
658
794
879
1,040
1,049
1,093
1,375
1,449
1,482
1,144
982
970
f 1,125
324
386
379
415
422
461
480
515
557
571
497
469
534
594
245
253
242
246
252
263
239
224
260
234
234
186
232
222
142
168
145
163
138
142
152
117
142
122
100
90
88
76
42
48
60
59
42
53
38
45
43
28
29
32
27
27
2,062
2,207
2,456
2,766
3,013
3,303
3,508
3,785
4,153
4,246
3,512
3,181
3,193
3,480
5.6
6.1
6.9
8.1
9.4
10.7
11.2
11.8
12.2
12.0
10.5
9.6
10.0
10.2
C—Registered Indians Only
1961-
1962-
1963-
1964-
1965-
1966-
1967	
1968	
1969	
1970	
1971	
1972	
1973 	
1974 	
4
5
6
8
6
10
7
8
7
9
13
10
12
6
182
158
188
175
191
210
228
229
241
313
287
306
310
340
I
195
203
228
219
274
230
255
262
268
252
242
257
253
264
107
105
95
106
129
90
119
125
127
125
117
111
108
106
70
68
59
68
70
48
44
52
57
56
45
49
S2
33
47
41
35
37
34
28
21
29
18
28
15
14
21
13
11
13
12
13
13
7
12
12
6
6
5
2
5
1
618
34.7
597
33.9
623
34.7
627
37.7
718
42.4
623
40.8
686
46.3
717
48.3
724
50.6
789
53.7
724
54.7
749
56.5
761
59.0
763
61.4
l Includes births to unmarried women and births to married women where the husband was not the infant's
father.
Note—The term "registered Indian," as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether living
on or off the reserves.
 DD 38
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH E—ILLEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-74
(Illegitimate births as a proportion of live births)
PERCENT OF
LIVE BIRTHS
19
■
18
17
16
1«i
14
13
1?
11
/
in
/
9
ft
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P
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llll
llll
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llll
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20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
1921 1926   1931   1936  1941   1946  1951  1956  1961  1966
1974
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
DD 39
TABLE 17—LIVE BIRTHS, BY AGE OF MOTHER AND TOTAL BIRTH ORDER, i
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1970-74
Order of Birth of Child
Total
Per
Age-group of
Mother and Year
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
and
Over
Not
Stated
Cent
of All
Births
1970
Under 15 years	
45
4,364
6,448
3,090
714
243
1
873
4,820
3,661
1,094
347
108
1,601
2,467
1,213
414
"ll
411
1,002
742
508
2
93
399
430
318
1
~25
160
231
228
46
5,358
13,404
10,895
4,690
2,465
3
0.1
.._-
76
127
142
2
22
75
84
20-24   „
1
36.4
25-29    „	
9
30
58
9
34
122
	
29.6
30-34   „     	
12.7
35 years and over :.
Not stated	
1
2
6.7
(2)
Totals  	
14,9O4|lO,796[5,803|2,674
1,243
6441   348
183
97
165
4|36,861
100
Per cent of all births...
40.4
29.31 15.7
7.3
3.4
1.8|   0.9
0.5
0.3
0.4
(2)
100
	
1971
40
3,813
6,132
3,256
719
203
1
843
4,765
3,724
1,149
313
102
1,564
2,228
1,088
412
1
"Ti
412
885
662
356
2
81
353
357
252
2
20
147
184
143
1
10
63
101
116
__
27
40
55
40
4,775
12,988
10,692
4,366
1,986
5
0.1
13.7
20-24   „    	
25-29   „ 	
2
7
40
47
2
26
89
	
37.3
30.7
30-34   „    	
12.5
35 years and over.	
3
5.7
(2)
Totals 	
14,164[10,794|5,395|2,327
1,045
496|   291
124
96
117
3
34,852
100
40.6|    31.0[ 15.5|    6.7
3.0
1.4]    0.8
0.4
0.3
0.31   (2) |     100
2972
Under 15 years	
39
110
1,325
2,109
1,071
343
14
307
811
613
286
39
4,694
12,401
0.1
15-19 years
3,764      806
5.963   4.705
13.6
70-74   „
76
277
276
177
18
99
152
164
6
42
78
76
20
37
46
1
35.9
25-29    „   _	
3,668
837
197
4,223
1,327
341
8
19
39
2
11,259
4,422
1,748
32.6
30-34   „   	
12
79
	
12.8
5.0
Not stated.        	
Totals	
14,468|11,402[4,958|2,031
806
43 31   202
103
67
93
34,563
100
Per cent of all births ...
41.8|    33.0| 14.3
5.9
2.3
1.31    0.6
0.3
0.2
0.3
	
100|	
1973
Under 15 years 	
44
3,639
5,962
3,977
929
200
1
1
799
4,660
4,521
1,413
306
2
90
1,232
2,173
1,027
292
4
268
673
507
255
45
4,533
12,195
11,657
4,350
1,568
4
0.1
15-19 years	
1
56
193
239
181
12
81
121
121
1
3
21
59
68
1
10
22
51
13.2
20-24   „   	
-
18
36
1
3
13
60
35.5
25-29    „	
	
33.9
30-34   „   	
12.7
35 years and over	
Not stated	
	
4.6
Totals
14,752
11,702|4,814|1,707
670
336]   151
84
59
77|	
34,352
100
Per cent of all births...
42.9
34.1
14.0
5.0
2.0
1.0]    0.4
0.2
0.2
0.2|- ..
100
	
1974
Under 15 years	
34
3,628
6,427
4,383
1,098
242
1
792
4,480
4,823
1,607
329
62
1,210
2,086
1,049
311
17
253
665
551
224
1
54
188
232
135
	
2
18
69
99
80
1
2
21
48
58
3
19
27
36
35
4,503
12,448
12,257
4,732
1,473
2
0.1
15-19 years	
12.7
20-24   „   	
1
35.1
25-29   „	
1
10
18
2
11
40
34.6
30-34   „    	
13.3
35 years and over	
Not stated
—"j
4.2
(2)
Totals	
15,812[12,032
4,718
1,710
610
268|   130
85
29
53
3|35,450
100
Per cent of all births...
44.6
34.0
13.3
4.8
1.7
0.8
0.4
0.2
0.1
0.1
(2)
100
i 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 0.5.
 DD 40 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 18—STILLBIRTH NUMBERS AND RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-74
Year
Number of
Stillbirths
Number of
Live Births
Rate per
1,000 Live
Births
Average
28 Weeks' Gestation Period and Over
1071-75
288
286
247
249
307
353
374
418
370
3011
3112
316
331
2962
3103
238
243
252
111
112
124
1081
1112
117
137
1112
1323
118
96
112
10,256
10,355
10,005
12,106
17,705
25,859
31,347
38,930
36,753
32,502
32,899
33,687
35,383
36,861
34,852
34,563
34,352
35,450
37,478
35,897
33,669
32,502
32,899
33,687
35,383
38,861
34,852
34,563
34,352
35,450
28.1
1076-30
27.6
1031-35
24.7
"
1936-40
20 6
"
1941-45
17.3
1046-50
13.7
1051-55
11.9
"
19sft_*;n
10.7
1061-65
10.1
1966.
9.3
1067
9.5
1Q6S
9.4
10fi9
9.4
1070
8.0
1071
8.9
1077
6.9
1073
7.1
1974                                        	
7.1
1061
20-27 Weeks' Gestation Period
3.0
1964
3.1
10fi«
3.7
1966
3.3
1067
3.4
1Q6R
3.5
I960
3.9
1070
3.0
1971
3.8
1077
3.4
1071
2.8
1074
3.2
1 There were two stillbirths for which gestation period was not stated.
2 There was one stillbirth for which gestation period was not stated.
3 There were four stillbirths for which gestation period was not stated.
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TABLE 22—DEATHS FROM MAIOR CARDIOVASCULAR-RENAL DISEASES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-74
Eighth
Revision,
Intermed.
Int. List No.
Cause of Death
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
A80
2
5,809
61
1,807
545
91
47
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68
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645
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73
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TABLE 23—DEATHS FROM DISEASES OF THE HEART BY SEX AND
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-74
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(Years)
Total Deaths From Diseases of the Heart
1970      1971      1972      1973      1974
Rate per 100,000 Population
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
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TABLE 24—DEATHS FROM CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES, BY SEX, AND
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-74
Total Deaths From
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Rate per 100,000 Population
Age-group (Years)
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
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112
140
138
151
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96
121
99
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220
259
216
246
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231
248
240
247
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429
451
403
413
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2,052.6
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614
611
525
660
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2,325.8
2,197.8
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1,851
1,995
1,817
1,980
84.9
84.7
88.8
78.5
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TABLE 25—DEATHS FROM DISEASES OF THE ARTERIES, ARTERIOLES, AND
CAPILLARIES, BY SEX AND AGE GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1970-74
Age-group
(Years)
Total Deaths From Diseases of the
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1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
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1.6
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21
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15
18
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52
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68
60
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20
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96
106
95
97
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221.4
219.5
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48
56
44
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97.9
111.6
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157
182
205
158
212
190
193
166
188
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625.5
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360
338
376
345
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285
301
267
255
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645
639
643
600
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TABLE 26—DEATHS FROM MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS, BY SITE AND SEX,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1970-74
A—Numbers
Eighth
Revision,
Intermed.
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1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
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M
F
M
F
M
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39
170
147
112
21
548
6
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2
209
401
78
109
32
20
93
145
92
4
93
4
17
309
57
27
385
69
84
31
39
173
157
91
19
541
5
21
1
200
385
94
111
12
23
92
170
71
2
105
4
19
330
69
42
410
79
66
41
41
149
145
101
15
542
6
24
216
410
100
146
22
24
85
161
70
6
142
5
24
305
60
42
419
56
87
44
44
173
175
115
22
597
9
29
195
397
80
128
28
17
82
216
65
4
143
1
16
322
53
50
432
63
78
26
51
164
202
83
25
591
9
22
2
226
472
87
115
17
A46
36
A47
91
A48
208
A49
61
A50
2
A51
Trachea,  and of bronchus and lung not
161
A52
A53
Bones	
Skin 	
6
22
A54
ASS
Breast ■,	
358
43
A56
34
A57
A58
A59
Other and unspecified sites	
461
65
A60
Lymphosarcoma  and other neoplasms of
76
Totals	
1,890
18.7
1,43111,868
20.8   17.8
1,494
20.5
1,936
18.5
1,508
20.0
2,008
18.7
1,570
21.4
2,075
18.2
1,641
Per cent of all deaths 	
21.1
B—Rate per 100,000 Population
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
A50
A51
A52
A53
A54
A55
A56
A57
A58
A59
Bucal cavity and pharynx.
(Esophagus	
Stomach 	
Intestine, except rectum-
Rectum and rectosignoid junction 	
Larynx 	
Trachea,  and of bronchus  and lung not
specified as secondary..   	
Bones 	
Skin    	
Breast-
Cervix uteri  	
Other and unspecified parts of uterus...
Prostate  	
Other and unspecified sites.
Leukaemia and aleukaernia....
Lymphosarcoma  and  other  neoplasms  of
lymphatic and haematopoietic system	
Totals 	
2.5
3.6
15.9
13.7
10.4
2.0
51.1
0.6
2.0
0.2
19.5
37.0
7.3
3.0
1.9
8.8
13.7
8.7
0.4
0.4
1.6
29.3
5.4
2.6
36.5
6.5
10.11    8.0
176.3 135.5
2.8
3.5
15.7
14.3
8.3
1.7
49.1
0.5
1.9
0.1
18.2
35.0
8.5
10.1
169.6
1.1
2.1
8.5
15.7
6.5
0.2
9.7
0.4
1.8
30.4
6.4
3.9
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7.3
6.1
137.7
3.6
3.6
13.2
12.8
8.9
1.3
47.8
0.5
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19.1
36.2
12.9
170.9
2.0
2.2
7.6
14.5
6.3
0.5
12.7
0.4
2.2
27.4
5.4
3.8
37.6
5.0
7.8
145.4
3.8
3.8
14.8
15.0
9.9
1.9
51.2
0.8
2.5
16.7
34.1
6.9
11.0
172.4
2.4
1.5
7.1
18.8
5.7
0.3
12.4
0.1
1.4
28.0
4.6
4.3
37.6
5.5
6.8
136.5
2.2
4.2
13.6
16.8
6.9
2.1
49.1
0.8
1.8
0.2
18.8
39.2
7.2
9.5
172.3
1.4
3.0
7.6
17.5
5.1
0.2
13.5
0.5
1.8
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3.6
2.9
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5.5
6.4
137.8
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
DEATHS FROM ACCIDENTS AND VIOLENCE
In order to obtain as much information as possible regarding deaths from
accidents and violence, a dual coding is used. These deaths are classified according
to the external cause and also according to the nature of the injury. Statistics showing both types of classification are presented in the detailed tables of Part III of this
Report.
TABLE 27—RATES OF DEATH FROM ACCIDENTS AND VIOLENCE, BY
EXTERNAL CAUSE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-74
(Rates per 100,000 population)
Eighth
Revision,
Intermed.
Int. List
No.
External Cause of Death
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
No.
Rate
No.
Rate
No.
Rate
No.
Rate
No.
Rate
AE138
558
130
231
200
91
116
13
109
71
341
81
5
26.2
6.1
10.9
9.4
4.3
5.5
0.6
5.1
3.3
16.0
3.8
0.7
622
124
205
255
98
101
17
128
95
381
67
14
2
28.5
5.7
9.4
11.7
4.5
4.6
0.8
5.9
4.3
17.4
3.1
0.6
0.1
697
94
273
250
92
79
18
118
79
356
92
22
2
31.0
4.2
12.1
11.1
4.1
3.5
0.8
5.3
3.5
15.8
4.1
1.0
0.1
806
103
247
308
110
90
6
105
77
428
91
49
34.8
4.4
10.7
13.3
4.8
3.9
0.3
4.5
3.3
18.5
3.9
2.1
870
138
219
315
102
125
8
89
129
407
100
80
36.3
AE139
5.8
AE140
9.1
AE141
AE142
Accidental fall
13.2
4.3
AE143
5.2
AE144
0.3
AE145
AE146
Accident, mainly of industrial type	
3.7
5.4
AE147
AE148
AE149
Suicide  	
Homicide 	
Injury, undetermined whether accidentally
17.0
4.2
3.3
AE150
Injury resulting from operations of war	
Totals	
l|    0.1
1,947
91.5
2,109
96.5
2,172
96.7
2,420
104.5
2,582
107.8
TABLE 28—DEATHS FROM SPECIFIED INFECTIOUS AND NOTIFIABLE DISEASES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-74
Eighth
Revision,
Intermed.
Int.
List No.
Cause of Death
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
A3
1
2
36
43
2
1
6
4
3
6
3
14
11
2
6
3,321
57
23
682
36
41
1
1
3
1
9
1
1
5
13
11
3
9
3,362
142
20
727
30
40
9
1
5
1
1
7
10
9
5
1
8
3,444
94
22
603
42
26
1
1
10
7
1
2
1
21
12
4
1
8
3,578
81
22
487
A4
A5
35
A6-A10
26
A15
4
A16
1
A17
1
A19
6
A20
A21
11
A23
A25
Late effects of acute poliomyelitis and encephalitis	
2
2
A27
2
A28
13
12
A22-A29
A31
A34-A37
3
A40
Hydatidosis                                                              ...	
8
A1-A44
A45-A60
3,716
A90
59
A91
Pneumonia—
Viral         	
19
A92
Other
Totals
567
4,223
4,386
4,290
4,305
4,487
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1974
TRENDS OF INFANT AND MATERNAL MORTALITY
DD 49
TABLE 29—PERINATAL,! NEONATAL, INFANT, AND MATERNAL DEATH
RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1965-74
(Total, excluding registered Indians, and registered Indians only)
1965      1966      1967      1968      1969       1970      1971      1972      1973      1974
Perinatal  death rates per
total births—
Total	
1,000
Excluding registered Indians	
Registered Indians	
Neonatal  death  rates  per  1,000
live births—
Total  	
Excluding registered Indians	
Registered Indians.
Infant death rates per 1,000 live
births—
Total	
Excluding registered Indians	
Registered Indians	
Maternal  death  rates per  1,000
live births—
Total  	
Excluding registered Indians.
Registered Indians	
25.5
24.4
46.8
13.7
12.8
32.8
20.7
18.5
64.4
0.3
0.3
0.6
26.0
25.3
39.8
15.6
15.1
25.5
24.0
22.0
64.8
0.4
0.4
1.3
25.6
24.9
43.3
14.4
13.6
33.0
21.4
19.1
70.1
0.2
0.1
0.7
23.8
22.9
42.8
13.2
12.5
26.9
19.6
18.2
49.8
0.3
0.2
2.7
21.9
22.9
43.0
12.1
11.7
23.0
18.1
16.5
55.9
0.3
0.2
2.1
21.0
20.3
37.0
11.4
10.7
29.3
24.3
23.6
50.3
13.2
12.4 |
31.7
19.6
19.0
34.8
11.0
10.7
19.6
16.9
18.7
15.3
17.2
55.1
56.7
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.2
16.8
15.6
56.0
0.1
0.1
16/
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19.2
18.4
40.6
10.3
9.8
22.5
16.1
14.9
49.9
0.1
0.1
i Includes deaths of infants under seven days old and stillbirths of 20 or more weeks' gestation.
2 Less than 0.05.
Note—The term "registered Indian," as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether living
on or off reserves.
TABLE 30—INFANT DEATHS, BY SEX AND MONTH OF DEATH,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-74
Year
1969..
1970..
1971..
1972..
1973..
1974..
M
M
M
M
M
M
Total Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec
641
370
271
623
365
258
381
272
580
343
237
575
319
256
572
349
223
50
26
24
46
26
20
38
22
16
57
31
58
30
28
62
33
29
42
23
19
57
23
34
61
30
31
45
25
20
55
36
19
39
27
50
32
58
33
25
50
37
41
23
18
61
37
24
47
30
17
48
20
47
29
18
38
19
19
43
22
21
41
24
17
58
36
22
55
38
17
47
27
20
37
23
14
53
32
21
35
23
12
42
24
18
28
16
43
24
19
44
28
16
47
27
20
53
31
22
41
25
16
46
24
22
42
26
16
53
33
54
33
21
23
21
24
17
46
26
20
44
27
17
53
34
38
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25
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31
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH F—INFANT DEATH RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-74
(Rates per 1,000 live births)
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TABLE 33—MATERNAL DEATHS, BY CAUSE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1970-74
Eighth
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Intermediate
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Cause of Death
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
A112
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Toxaemias of childbirth and the puerperium	
1
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1
1
4
-
A114
Abortion induced for medical and other legal
1
A115
A116
A117
Other   complications   of  pregnancy,   childbirth,
2
Totals
5
0.1
6
0.2
4
0.1
5
0.1
3
T*Afp per 1,000 live births
0.1
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974 DD 53
GRAPH G—MATERNAL DEATH RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-74
RATE
•Mi     I  I——
5 / \^\	
4 \	
3 3^_ I	
2 \	
i LZ z^	
0   ' ' ■ ' I '  ' ' i iiii iiii i—' i i I i  i i  i I  ' i  i i I i  i i '
1921  1926   1931   1936  1941   1946   1951  1956   1961   1966
YEAR
1974
MAIN CAUSES OF DEATH BY AGE-GROUPS
TABLE 34—DEATHS FROM FOUR MAIN CAUSES IN EACH SPECIFIED
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Detailed
Int. List
No.
Cause of Death
Deaths in
Age-
groups
by Cause
of Death
Per Cent of
All Deaths
in Age-group
Per Cent of
All Deaths
Due to
Specified
Causes
Age-specific
Death Rate
per 100,000
Population
776
Under 1 Year—Deaths, 572
1. Anoxic  and hypoxic conditions not else-
112
107
40
33
75
17
9
7
46
10
7
3
328
29
24
13
19.6
18.7
7.0
5.8
57.3
13.0
6.9
5.3
55.4
12.0
8.4
3.6
71.9
6.4
5.3
2.9
100.0
65.2
100.0
5.6
3.8
10.4
1.5
0.2
2.3
0.3
4.3
3.0
16.4
7.1
0.6
13.0
308.5
740-759
294.8
764-768,
770-772
3. Birth injuries,  difficult labour,  conditions
110.2
480-486
90.9
E800-E949
1-4 Years—Deaths, 131
50.5
740-759
11.4
6.1
140-209
4. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and hematopoietic tissues
5-9 Years—Deaths, 83
4.7
23.0
140-209
740-759
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and hasmatopoietic tissues	
5.0
3.5
E960-E978
E800-E949
4. Homicides ,. 	
10-19 Years—Deaths, 456
1.5
70.6
E950-E959
6.2
140-209
E960-E978
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues
5.2
2.8
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 34—DEATHS FROM FOUR MAIN CAUSES IN EACH SPECIFIED
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued
Detailed
Int. List
No.
Cause of Death
Deaths in
Age-
groups
by Cause
of Death
Per Cent of
All Deaths
in Age-group
Per Cent of
All Deaths
Due to
Specified
Causes
Age-specific
Death Rate
per 100,000
Population
E800-E949
E950-E959
140-209
E960-E978
E800-E949
140-209
E950-E959
393-398,
400.1, 400.9,
402, 404-429
140-209
E800-E949
393-398,
400.1,400.9,
402, 404-429
571
140-209
393-398,
400.1, 400.9
402, 404-429
E800-E949
571
393-398,
400.1, 400.2
402, 40<M29
140-209
430-438
E800-E949
393-398,
400.1, 400.2
402, 404-429
140-209
430-438
440-448
393-398,
400.1, 400.2
402, 404-429
430-438
140-209
440-448
20-29 Years—Deaths, 697
1. Accidents	
2. Suicides 	
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and hasmatopoietic tissues	
4. Homicides  _  	
30-39 Years—Deaths, 530
1. Accidents  	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and hasmatopoietic tissues	
3. Suicides  	
4. Diseases of the heart.
40-49 Years—Deaths, 978
1. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues	
2. Accidents	
3. Diseases of the heart.
4. Cirrhosis _ 	
50-59 Years—Deaths, 2,073
1. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues _
2. Diseases of the heart	
3. Accidents _ 	
4. Cirrhosis 	
60-69 Years—Deaths, 3,317
1. Diseases of the heart	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues	
3. Cerebrovascular diseases	
4. Accidents  	
70-79 Years—Deaths, 4,117
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, 6,223
1. Diseases of the heart _	
2. Cerebrovascular diseases	
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and hasmatopoietic tissues	
4. Diseases of arteries, arterioles, and capillaries    	
419
111
32
26
207
64
64
43
226
197
183
81
642
584
206
155
1,215
964
248
170
1,674
956
493
136
2,596
1,073
789
354
60.1
15.9
4.6
3.7
39.1
12.1
12.1
8.1
23.1
20.1
18.7
8.3
31.0
28.2
9.9
7.5
36.6
29.1
7.5
5.1
40.7
23.2
12.0
3.3
41.7
17.2
12.7
5.7
21.0
27.3
0.9
26.0
10.4
1.7
15.7
0.7
6.1
9.9
2.9
19.8
17.3
9.2
10.3
37.8
19.2
25.9
12.5
8.5
26.5
101.9
27.0
7.8
6.3
67.2
20.8
20.8
14.0
84.0
73.3
68.1
30.1
269.1
244.8
86.3
65.0
705.2
559.5
143.9
98.7
1,720.5
25.7
24.9
982.5
506.7
22.7
139.8
41.1
5,202.4
54.2
2,150.3
21.2
1,581.2
59.0
709.4
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DD 55
TRENDS OF MARRIAGES, ADOPTIONS, AND DIVORCES
TABLE 35—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED, BY CONJUGAL CONDITION OF CONTRACTING PARTIES, AND MARRIAGE RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1965-74
Conjugal Condition of Contracting Parties
Total
Number
of
Marriages
Marriage
Year
Single
Widowed
Divorced
Rate per
1,000
Popula
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
tion
1065
11,486
12,326
13,289
14,210
14,956
16,315
16,497
16,575
16,858
16,812
11,325
12,273
13,263
14,041
14,860
16,317
16,450
16,677
16,900
16,949
677
680
803
796
816
854
850
895
877
855
864
887
1,001
1,043
1,100
1,078
1,084
1,067
1,038
1,006
1,476
1,676
1,934
1,908
2,512
2,857
3,042
3,189
3,568
4.066
1,450
1,522
1,762
1,830
2,324
2,631
2,855
2,915
3,365
3,778
13,639
14,682
16,026
16,914
18,284
20,026
20,389
20,659
21,303
21,7341
7.6
1966                    	
1067
7.8
8.2
106R
8.4
J 069
8.8
1970
1971
9.4
9.3
1077
9.2
1973          	
1974..	
9.2
9.1
i Includes one marriage for which conjugal condition was not stated.
TABLE 36—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED, BY MONTHS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1965-74
Year
1965-
1966-
1967-
1968-.
1969_
1970_
1971-
1972-
1973_
1974-
Jan. Feb
595
615
673
651
650
863
855
830
821
754
818
834
882
903
976
1,104
1,107
1,166
1,146
1,189
Mar.
648
789
1,160
1,101
1,163
1,367
1,200
1,395
1,523
1,513
Apr.
1,064
1,339
1,148
1,307
1,471
1,355
1,752
1,745
1,810
1,614
May
1,195
1,157
1,319
1,396
1,738
1,977
1,864
1,673
1,691
1,930
June
1,313
1,406
1,630
1,974
1,890
2,068
1,971
2,196
2,472
2,499
July
1,515
1,666
1,699
1,509
1,660
1,914
2,213
2,233
1,993
2,118
Aug.
1,470
1,543
1,649
2,303
2,464
2,359
2,219
2,327
2,492
2,890
Sept.
1,353
1,515
1,855
1,423
1,532
1,797
1,903
2,173
2,138
1,784
Oct.
1,362
1,366
1,317
1,403
1,570
1,856
1,978
1,638
1,772
1,786
Nov.
1,102
1,137
1,198
1,480
1,563
1,649
1,565
1,471
1,662
1,786
Dec.
1,204
1,315
1,496
1,464
1,607
1,717
1,762
1,812
1,783
1,871
Total
13,639
14,682
16,026
16,914
18,284
20,026
20,389
20,659
21,303
21,734
TABLE 37—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED ACCORDING TO TYPE, BRITISH
COLUMBIA, 1965-74
Religious Ceremony
To
Year
licence
Banns
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
1965      .
1066
8,673
9,243
10,035
10,665
11,594
12,510
12,557
12,573
13,214
13,125
63.6
63.0
62.6
63.1
63.4
62.5
61.6
60.9
62.0
60.4
3,066
2,363
3,418
3,369
3,249
3,260
3,325
3,168
2,886
2,834
22.5
22.2
21.3
19.9
17.8
16.3
16.3
15.3
13.6
13.0
1,900
2,176
2,572
2,879
3,440
4,256
4,507
4,918
5,203
5,775
13.9
14.8
16.0
17.0
18.8
21.2
22.1
23.8
24.4
13,639
14,682
16,0261
16,9141
18,2841
20.026
20.389
20,659
21,303
21,734
100
100
1067
100
1968
1969	
1970	
1971
1077
100
100
100
100
100
1073
100
1974	
26.6
100
i Includes one marriage for which type was not stated.
 DD 56
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH H—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED, BY MONTHS,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1970-74
MARRIAGES
3,000
2,800
2,600
2,400
2,200
2,000
1,800
1,600
1,400
1,200
1,000
800
600
400
200
3,000
2,800
2,600
2,400
2,200
2,000
1,800
1,600
1,400
1,200
1,000
800
600
400
200
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1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
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DD 57
TABLE 38—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS
FROM 1970 TO 1974, BY CLASS OF ADOPTING PARENTS AND SEX OF
CHILD, SHOWING YEAR OF COURT ORDER FOR 1974, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Year Filed
Number of Orders
Entered and
Certificates Issued
Adopted by-
Total
Male
Female
Man and
Wife
Man
Only
NTVoman
Only
1970 	
1971       _	
1972   	
1973    	
1,484
1,357
955
946
1,455
1,221
908
893
2,921
2,553
1,855
1,813
9
9
4
6
9
16
4
20
2,939
2,578
1,863
1,839
1974—
1954 court orders	
1973     „         „                          	
1
52
801
56
794
1
107
1,586
~!
9
1
108
1974     „         „                           	
1,595
1974 totals _     	
854
850
1,694
1
9
1,704
TABLE 39—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS
FROM 1970 TO 1974, BY LEGITIMACY AND SEX OF CHILD, SHOWING ALSO
YEAR OF COURT ORDER FOR 1974, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Year
Filed
Legitimate Births
Illegitimate Births
Status Not Given or
Unknown
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
1970	
1971	
272
239
198
269
286
215
213
236
558
454
411
505
1,103
1,026
628
549
1,056
895
572
526
2,159
1,921
1,200
1,075
109
92
129
128
113
111
123
131
222
203
252
259
2,939
2,578
1972	
1973	
1,863
1,839
1974—
1954 court
23
231
16
212
39
443
23
461
46
894
1
6
109
17
149
1
23
258
1
1973 court
orders	
1974 court
orders.	
23
433
108
1,595
1974 totals.
254
228
482
484
456
940
116
166
282
1,704
 DD 58
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 40—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS
FROM 1970 TO 1974, BY BIRTHPLACE OF CHILD, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Place of Birth
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
2,663
78
26
28
42
5
7
3
1
8
1
13
4
4
25
18
12
1
2,315
82
33
24
40
7
5
1
1
2
3
1,577
65
26
33
61
11
11
1
1
5
3
2
11
4
5
23
15
7
2
1,551
86
23
31
61
10
8
1,395
97
Saskatchewan	
33
33
57
11
9
7
1
2
3
11
3
1
24
12
8
4
1
Yukon 	
4
2
England   	
8
4
	
7
1
Wales                                    	
1
23
17
6
6
2
20
15
8
2
2,939
2,578
1,863
1,839
1,704
TABLE 41—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS,
BY LEGITIMACY OF ADOPTED CHILDREN, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1965-74
Year of
Registration
Legitimate
Births
Illegitimate
Births
Status Not Given
or Unknown
Total
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
1065
447
414
421
366
473
558
454
411      |
505
482
20.6
19.2
19.3
16.5
17.3
19.0
17.6
22.1      1
27.5
28.3
1,623
1,570
1,614
1,696
2,063
2,159
1,921
1,200
1,075
940
74.9
72.8
73.9
76.3
75.4
73.5
74.5
64.4
58.4
55.2
97
172
148
161
200
222
203
252
259
282
4.5
8.0
6.8
7.2
7.3
7.5
7.9
13.5
14.1
16.5
2,167
2,156
2,183
2,223
2,736
2,939
2,578
1,863
1,839
1,704
100
1966
1967                   	
1968
100
100
100
1969 ..
1070
100
100
1971                           	
1972           	
100
100
1973
100
1974
100
TABLE 42—DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS, BY SEX OF PETITIONER, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
1970-74
Dissolution of Marriage
Nullity of Marriage
Year
Sex of Petitioner
Total
Sex of Petitioner
Total
Male
Female
Male
Female
1970
1,891
1,807
1,952
2,063
2,366
3,356
3,188
3,215
3,329
3,957
5,247
4,995
5,167
5,392
6,323
3
5
9
7
2
16
21
11
13
3
19
1971
26
1077
20
1973                                               	
1074
20
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
PART III—DETAILED TABLES, 1974
(Classified by Place of Residence)
GENERAL SUMMARY
TABLE 44—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE,
AND MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Live Births
Deaths
Excess
of
Births
Over
Deaths
Regional District
and Place
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Illegitimate
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Marriages
British Columbia	
35,450
574
350
12
32
180
716
45
76
33
19
62
85
8
79
309
2,651
101
225
44
86
747
92
699
657
1,062
180
196
31
655
1,373
151
161
651
406
4
720
86
42
16
32
137
13
20
2
11
361
847
644
31
172
497
63
71
106
257
18,228
285
171
4
14
96
372
22
35
11
10
30
45
4
39
176
1,358
52
114
27
42
376
52
353
342
541
86
114
15
326
746
89
78
351
226
2
351
40
19
7
17
61
10
9
1
7
180
438
335
16
87
244
36
35
46
127
17,222
289
179
8
18
84
344
23
41
22
9
32
40
4
40
133
1,293
49
111
17
44
371
40
346
315
521
94
82
16
329
627
62
83
300
180
2
369
46
23
9
15
76
3
11
1
4
181
409
309
15
85
253
27
36
60
130
35,276
572
350
12
32
178
706
45
76
32
19
61
85
8
79
301
2,638
101
224
43
86
745
92
696
651
1,052
179
196
31
646
1,372
151
161
650
406
4
707
86
42
16
32
137
11
20
2
10
351
845
643
31
171
495
63
71
106
255
4,281
94
54
3
6
31
143
8
22
5
1
11
19
2
11
64
318
13
36
2
8
48
6
132
73
186
31
20
5
130
87
14
16
30
26
1
95
12
4
2
5
14
2
3
3
50
83
70
1
12
35
4
6
6
19
19,177
200
139
6
3
52
200
18
16
8
5
11
22
9
17
94
2,459
64
127
36
225
510
77
1,151
269
253
49
35
7
162
527
54
67
189
213
4
444
49
50
16
9
91
14
10
2
6
197
458
374
14
70
202
20
45
58
79
11,392
130
91
5
2
32
129
15
12
5
5
4
15
6
10
57
1,346
35
82
23
121
295
36
609
145
167
27
19
2
119
325
35
35
132
120
3
286
33
31
8
7
57
8
6
1
4
131
300
241
13
46
124
11
27
39
47
7,785
70
48
1
1
20
71
3
4
3
1
3
7
37
1,113
29
45
13
104
215
41
542
124
86
22
16
5
43
202
19
32
57
93
1
158
16
19
8
2
34
6
4
1
2
66
158
133
1
24
78
9
18
19
32
14,171
135
100
3
1
31
124
10
7
7
3
9
15
9
10
54
1,900
46
90
33
175
373
64
923
196
159
36
25
6
92
390
41
52
141
153
3
312
34
38
11
8
66
10
10
1
4
130
343
283
11
49
150
16
37
44
53
16,273
374
211
6
29
128
516
27
60
25
14
51
63
— 1
62
215
192
37
98
8
— 139
237
15
-452
388
809
131
161
24
493
846
97
94
462
193
276
37
—8
23
46
-1
10
5
164
389
270
17
102
295
43
26
48
178
21,734
242
Port Alberni
Tofino           	
214
4
16
8
Bulkley-Nechako	
Burns Lake	
258
44
17
7
Granisle	
Houston 	
1
17
84
Telkwa 	
4
49
Unincorporated	
Capital (Victoria area)
Central Saanich	
35
2,243
64
171
North Saanich	
Djilr Ray
26
175
415
27
1,221
144
Cariboo	
422
157
VVilliams Lake..   _   .
159
42
64
717
230
Langley City— —
Langley District	
Matsqui  	
83
221
182
1
Central Kootenay 	
389
48
Creston  	
60
18
Nakusp	
21
178
New Denver	
11
12
Slocan        —
1
40
559
Kelowna	
Peachland 	
Unincorporated
Columbia-Shuswap   —
Golden	
Revelstoke 	
496
12
51
274
55
67
118
34
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
DD 61
TABLE 44—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE,
AND MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1974—Continued
Live Births
Deaths
Excess
of
Births
Over
Deaths
Regional District
and Place
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Illegitimate
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Marriages
Comox-Strathcona	
Campbell River	
875
331
57
105
20
51
11
36
5
259
712
60
67
51
225
309
824
465
233
78
48
817
271
35
85
12
93
98
223
705
83
416
4
52
32
118
1,699
140
20
882
22
22
613
13,775
1,626
763
1,120
14
504
408
812
406
207
721
1,810
91
4,888
239
121
45
907
15
253
63
251
325
440
168
24
60
6
30
6
20
3
123
370
28
31
28
122
161
407
228
126
31
22
443
151
18
46
5
58
54
111
369
40
217
3
28
13
68
893
75
12
453
9
16
328
7,057
854
408
579
5
292
209
407
212
102
373
922
45
2,433
130
64
22
467
7
116
33
133
178
435
163
33
45
14
21
5
16
2
136
342
32
36
23
103
148
417
237
107
47
26
374
120
17
39
7
35
44
112
336
43
199
1
24
19
50
806
65
8
429
13
6
285
6.718
772
355
541
9
212
199
405
194
105
348
888
46
2,455
109
57
23
440
8
137
30
118
147
864
330
57
105
20
51
11
36
5
249
708
60
67
51
224
306
821
463
233
78
47
817
271
35
85
12
93
98
223
704
83
415
4
52
32
118
1,694
140
20
882
22
21
609
13,745
1,625
762
1,117
14
504
408
812
404
207
720
1,805
91
4,872
238
121
45
895
14
253
62
251
315
90
35
3
10
3
1
2
1
~~35
120
12
13
2
27
66
87
53
25
5
4
74
24
1
11
1
4
7
26
121
16
50
1
11
2
41
237
9
3
135
4
4
82
1,333
158
69
44
91
44
38
29
6
36
174
2
592
12
25
13
153
10
12
9
39
83
338
105
38
65
27
4
5
""94
329
52
41
9
90
137
386
225
114
22
25
273
96
3
36
10
45
27
56
415
119
200
3
28
27
38
338
9
4
191
14
4
116
9,301
964
264
248
2
500
305
281
107
47
205
740
16
5,049
336
225
12
196
2
19
2
84
89
211
67
19
37
16
4
5
""63
194
23
26
8
58
79
246
136
71
17
22
177
60
2
20
5
30
20
40
264
79
121
1
19
17
27
236
8
3
125
10
4
86
5,344
527
160
141
1
297
159
166
62
35
123
451
8
2,934
143
128
9
135
2
14
2
64
53
127
38
19
28
11
31
135
29
15
1
32
58
140
89
43
5
3
96
36
1
16
5
15
7
16
151
40
79
2
9
10
11
102
1
1
66
4
30
3,957
437
104
107
1
203
146
115
45
12
82
289
8
2,115
193
97
3
61
5
20
36
261
83
29
50
24
2
___
71
260
41
33
6
75
105
290
175
83
16
16
181
62
2
28
6
30
23
30
291
93
135
2
18
19
24
226
7
4
132
12
1
70
6,961
738
192
174
401
246
225
71
35
174
578
11
3,633
269
205
9
129
1
11
2
65
50
537
226
19
40
—1
47
11
31
5
165
383
8
26
42
135
172
438
240
119
56
23
544
175
32
49
2
48
71
167
290
-36
216
1
24
5
80
1,361
131
16
691
8
18
497
4,474
662
499
872
12
4
103
531
299
160
516
1,070
75
-161
-97
-104
33
711
13
234
61
167
236
452
175
46
Courtenay	
146
12
Gold River   	
7
2
Tahsis	
5
Unincorporated	
58
374
149
Ladysmith	
37
38
North Cowichan	
Unincorporated	
Dewdney-Alouette ~
96
54
374
125
12
Unincorporated.	
East Kootenay	
3
352
155
Elkford-	
Fernie	
Invermere   	
Kimberley	
Sparwood ...	
Unincorporated..	
65
36
66
12
17
429
Chilliwack City 	
Chilliwhack District-
Harrison Hot Springs..
Hope 	
Kent	
224
135
1
47
9
13
Fraser-Fort George	
Mackenzie—	
McBride  	
728
22
14
654
South Fort George
3
7
28
Greater Vancouver	
10,259
805
233
Delta          	
234
Lions Bay.	
New Westminster
North Vancouver City
North Vancouver
District	
lZ080
553
340
89
55
Richmond —	
Surrey...	
University Endow-
470
654
156
Vancouver	
West Vancouver
White Rock	
Unincorporated   ..    .
4,860
363
362
5
295
4
86
15
Terrace	
Unincorporated	
156
34
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TABLE 44—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE,
AND MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued
Live Births
Deaths
Excess
of
Births
Over
Deaths
Regional District
and Place
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Illegitimate
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Marriages
Kootenay Boundary	
414
34
48
15
10
46
135
3
117
301
28
26
89
32
126
702
211
19
11
461
696
22
46
24
19
43
252
290
87
87
565
7
20
17
240
51
59
171
977
50
209
238
92
22
18
12
336
308
210
98
518
44
17
333
124
318
36
10
128
144
44
44
165
27
23
115
214
17
20
10
i
25
70
3
56
162
14
9
48
13
78
345
107
9
8
221
375
12
28
14
11
23
140
147
50
50
279
2
9
10
122
29
28
79
491
28
103
118
44
13
11
9
165
164
108
56
269
25
6
174
64
174
23 .
5
58
88
28
28
81
15
10
56
200
17
28
5
2
1
21
65
61
139
14
17
41
19
48
357
104
10
3
240
321
10
18
10
8
20
112
143
37
37
286
5
11
7
118
22
31
92
486
22
106
120
48
9
7
3
171
144
102
42
249
19
11
159
60
144
13
5
70
56
16
16
84
12
13
59
411
34
48
15
6
10
46
135
3
114
298
28
26
88
31
125
692
211
19
11
451
693
22
46
24
19
42
252
288
82
82
565
7
20
17
240
51
59
171
964
50
209
239
92
22
18
12
323
307
210
97
516
44
17
332
123
313
36
10
128
139
42
42
163
27
23
113
37
3
6
1
4
16
~~~7
46
12
3
10
3
18
107
36
2
2
67
89
1
5
4
4
5
42
28
16
16
73
3
1
3
30
3
6
27
172
20
40
26
22
3
7
3
51
30
15
15
110
11
7
65
27
78
13
1
12
52
3
3
25
3
4
18
236
10
50
5
4
1
23
95
3
45
58
7
4
13
3
31
485
203
48
19
215
399
34
15
29
14
15
208
84
26
26
441
10
31
22
178
18
85
97
226
11
78
45
14
2
12
4
60
139
98
41
144
7
4
100
33
100
17
38
45
6
6
118
32 .
11
75
150
7
26
4
3
1
14
59
2
34
44
6
3
11
2
22
278
112
29
7
130
228 .
19
5
14
12
7
115
56
19
19
262
6
17
17
107
13
50
52
157
6
51
30
11
1
7
3
48
83
57
26
97
5
3
61
28
64
10
""25
29
3
3
75
19
7
49
86
3
24
1
1
9
36
1
11
14
1
1
2
1
9
207
91
19
12
85
171
15
10
15
2
8
93
28
7
7
179
4
14
5
71
5
35
45
69
5
27
15
3
1
5
1
12
56
41
15
47
2
1
39
5
36
7
~~13
16
3
3
43
13
4
26
184
7
37
4
2
1
20
78
2
33
31
4
1
6
3
17
368
166
28
15
159
313
27
11
20
8
11
178
58
10
10
328
9
25
16
138
15
62
63
147
4
54
32
11
2
10
2
32
92
70
22
90
4
3
70
13
67
11
~26
30
80
25
8
47
178
24
—2
10
2
9
23
40
~72
243
21
22
76
29
95
217
8
—29
—8
246
297
— 12
31
-5
5
28
44
206
61
61
124
—3
—11
—5
62
33
—26
74
751
39
131
193
78
20
6
8
276
169
112
57
374
37
13
233
91
218
19
10
90
99
38
38
47
—5
12
40
265
15
41
10
60
Trail.
Warfield	
Unincorporated	
Mount Waddington	
116
6
17
56
7
4
Port Hardy .
27
Port Mi-.Np.ill
3
Unincorporated	
15
528
Nanaimo
Parksville	
Qualicum Beach	
Unincorporated	
North Okanagan	
413
36
16
63
391
22
4
22
13
Spallumcheen	
Vernon	
Unincorporated	
Ocean Falls.— 	
Unincorporated	
Okanagan-Similkameen
2
315
13
23
23
427
9
53
25
230
Princeton	
46
41
Unincorporated..
Peace River-Liard	
Chetwynd	
23
366
12
140
Fort St. John.   .
126
Fort Nelson
20
Hudson's Hope... .  ..
4
39
Taylor	
Unincorporated
Powell River	
Powell River	
Unincorporated	
1
24
128
126
2
195
Masset
Pnrt FHwarrl
10
1
152
Unincorporated
32
126
40
2
Squamish	
Unincorporated	
62
22
3
Unincorporated	
3
69
23
Sechelt	
Unincorporated	
29
17
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
DD 63
TABLE 44—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE,
AND MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued
Live Births
Deaths
Excess
of
Births
Over
Deaths
Regional District
and Place
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Illegitimate
Total
M
F
In
Hospital
Marriages
Thompson-Nicola...	
1,601
43
24
25
20
957
19
24
149
340
815
19
7
11
13
482
15
786
24
17
14
7
475
1         4
1,595
43
24
24
19
957
18
24
149
337
239
8
1
8
5
114
4
11
25
63
480
13
5
17
9
283
8
318
6
4
13
6
190
5
162
7
1
4
3
93
3
9
42
349
7
3
13
4
218
3
27
74
1,121
30
19
8
11
674
19
16
119
225
790
33
Cache Creek  	
2
16
Clinton	
Kamloops 	
8
580
1
13          11
4
Merritt 	
Unincorporated
76
179
73
161
30
115
21
73
87
59
LIVE BIRTHS AND STILLBIRTHS
TABLE 45—LIVE BIRTHS BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, AND
STILLBIRTHS BY PLACES OF RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND
INCORPORATED PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Total Live Births
Stillbirths
Regional District and Place
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By
Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By
Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
20-27
Weeks
28 Weeks
and Over
35,537
555
501
49
2
697
160
105
3
35,450
574
350
12
32
716
45
76
33
19
62
85
8
79
2,651
101
225
44
86
747
92
699
1,062
31
180
196
1,373
151
161
651
406
720
86
42
16
32
137
13
20
2
11
237
19
163
40
2
22
119
44
150
38
12
3
32
41
4
15
30
19
62
1
8
79
42
101
224
29
86
745
92
16
51
1
7
4
390
151
161
288
79
54
8
5
15
_
3
8
20
2
11
1
11?                    IV)
1
1
3
Tofino	
Ucluelet  	
3
2
4
• Fort St. James	
	
1
221
2,737
137
Telkwa    -.
8
1
128
24
2
1
105
1
3
90
1
1
Oak Bay	
1
7
1
2,582
1,055
151
417
471
1,125
1,899
44
121
244
279
142
5
9
9
11
100 Mile House	
3
1
1
5
1
9
2
588
537
690
152
115
2
72
319
18
2
225
210
24
74
78
1
1
5
	
2
1
8
2
Creston	
1
Nakusp —	
41
185
13
	
1
	
	
	
 DD 64
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 45—LIVE BIRTHS BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, AND
STILLBIRTHS BY PLACES OF RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND
INCORPORATED PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued.
Total Live Births
Stillbirths
Regional District and Place
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By
Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By
Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
20-27
Weeks
28 Weeks
and Over
860
847
43
229
30
14
31
61
3
71
9
72
26
2
105
17
50
11
14
5
79
60
64
51
9
189
104
61
78
40
10
35
5
1
7
47
78
83
38
4
9
32
62
25
2
►      21
22
22
191
1,036
762
1,117
14
141
79
812
405
207
426
811
91
455
238
28
82
15
2
29
5
1
6
859
644
31
497
63
71
106
875
331
57
105
20
51
11
36
5
712
60
67
51
225
824
465
233
78
817
271
35
85
12
93
98
705
83
416
4
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32
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140
20
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22
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1,626
763
1,120
14
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408
812
406
207
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1,810
91
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239
121
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15
253
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861
433
367
31
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178
76
123
67
660
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1,699
124
63
1,506
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2
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62
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1
62
9
45
645
997
619
1
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Mackenzie   	
1
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14,581
1,209
2
3
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Burnaby
1
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1
2,251
1,427
1
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1,098
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586
2
4
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4
5
Richmond. —    .
518
1,583
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1
250
845
10
32
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Vancouver	
2,632
181
20
21
2
184
29
White Rock	
12
272
36
430
5
1
Terrace	
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DD 65
TABLE 45—LIVE BIRTHS BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, AND
STILLBIRTHS BY PLACES OF RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND
INCORPORATED PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued.
Total Live Births
Stillbirths
Regional District and Place
Total by
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Total by
Residence
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211
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3
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518
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DD 67
TABLE 47—LEGITIMATE AND ILLEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS, BY SINGLE YEARS
OF MOTHER'S AGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1974
Age of Mother
Legitimate Births
Illegitimate Births
Total Born to All
Mothers
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
11
91
208
418
643
849
969
1,071
1,210
1,237
1,303
1,299
1,238
937
791
698
541
427
317
219
166
144
94
100
59
39
32
18
12
3
2
13
69
164
241
244
210
204
174
120
108
97
94
89
84
64
44
35
29
22
22
17
12
8
13
9
4
3
4
7
2
5
13
69
138
197
219
200
173
156
138
125
108
90
77
82
52
38
29
40
20
23
24
10
13
13
7
2
5
2
4
1
2
15
87
265
472
649
836
1,103
1,232
1,240
1,361
1,476
1,457
1,457
1,414
1,104
918
716
603
427
363
285
201
155
100
81
60
50
36
26
17
10
5
2
5
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18
101
231
405
626
899
1,058
1,120
1,253
1,379
1,363
1,368
1,330
1,040
874
681
574
405
341
268
189
147
87
72
56
47
32
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15
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18    „
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843
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1,022
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1,125
1,209
23    „     	
1,335
24    „    	
1,345
25    "„	
1,393
26    „    	
1,376
1,320
27    „   	
28    „ 	
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29    „    	
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31    „    	
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32   „      „
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16,020
15,149
2,208
2,073
18,228
17,222
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 48—LIVE BIRTHS BY SINGLE YEARS OF MOTHER'S AGE,
Age of Mother
Total
M
1st
M  F
2nd
M  F
3rd
M
4th
M  F
5th
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6th
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13 years
14 „ .
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28
29
30
31
32
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34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
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Totals..
2
15
87
265
472
649
836
1,103
1,232
1,240
1,361
1,476
1,457
1,457
1,414
1,104
918
716
603
427
363
285
201
155
100
81
60
50
36
26
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10
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2
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80
229
405
637
843
1,022
1,125
1,209
1,335
1,345
1,393
1,376
1,320
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829
727
581
447
340
243
176
157
107
107
61
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34
22
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83
249
406
524
616
704
691
629
648
622
589
586
511
367
250
191
134
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652
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638
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547
520
477
313
223
192
152
93
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115
192
332
410
463
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577
588
539
558
424
368
273
229
143
112
74
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6,162
15
50
115
221
314
401
453
489
521
540
543
527
406
330
253
203
140
102
78
44
37
27
25
11
5,870
1
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19
61
109
113
148
217
209
229
237
189
191
155
146
98
80
59
53
36
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164
180
227
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216
188
174
167
116
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846
322
288
133
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10
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6
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SEX, AND TOTAL BIRTH ORDER,1 BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Order of Birth of Child
7th
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9th
10th
11th
12th
13th
14th
15th
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DD 71
TABLE 50—STILLBIRTHS BY SEX AND PERIOD OF GESTATION,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Period of Gestation
Male
Female
Period of Gestation
Male
Female
8
4
11
5
16
5
4
1
12
5
12
6
15
6
9
4
3
2
12
7
15
2
10
3
3
3
7
4
8
~i
2
36 weeks	
10
9
11
5
24
3
5
4
194
54
140
13
21    „
37    „   ...               	
9
22
38     „
19
23     „   	
39 „   	
40 „	
41 „
4
24     „            	
21
25     „
5
26     „       	
2
27     „           _    . .
43 „       _       --	
44 „   	
4
28     „              	
2*    ..
45     „      	
30     „
46     „
31
32     „
Totals —	
Totals, 20-27 weeksi	
33     „     ..      .	
166
34     „
54
Totals, 28 weeks and over ~
112
i Excludes four stillbirths for which sex was not stated.
 DD 72
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
INFANT MORTALITY
TABLE 51—INFANT DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED
PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Total Infant Deaths
Infant Deaths in
Hospital
Regional District
Total by
Occurrence
By Residence
Total by
Occurrence
and Place
Total
Neonatal
Post-
neonatal
Total by
Residence
Under
7 Days
7-27
Days
British Columbia-	
Alberni-Clayoquot	
577
11
8
1
2
13
1
~"6
6
30
"29
1
16
3
8
1
4
8
1
3
~~i
8
3
1
""4
17
~17
10
2
2
6
572
18
6
1
11
22
1
2
3
1
2
1
3
9
32
2
2
1
2
3
3
9
10
19
1
4
2
12
21
3
8
2
8
10
1
1
~~I
1
~~6
17
~13
2
2
13
1
2
3
7
325
9
3
__
5
13
~~2
2
1
1
1
~3
3
17
1
2
1
2
1
5
5
12
1
3
2
6
14
2
6
1
5
5
1
"""l
1
~~2
12
"~9
2
1
8
1
2
1
4
39
1
__
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
~i
2
"~2
208
9
3
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8
1
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__
~5
11
1
1
2
3
4
6
1
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5
1
2
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5
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—
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3
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1
471
6
5
1
10
__
26
26
11
3
7
1
4
-    ~""l"
3
3
2
1
ZZ
16
~16
7
2
~2
3
467
14
4
Tofino	
1
9
18
1
3
Granisle 	
1
2
Smithers	
Telkwa	
Vanderhoof 	
Unincorporated	
Capital (Victoria area).
Central Saanich
1
3
7
28
2
2
North Saanich	
1
2
3
3
6
Unincorporated	
9
14
1
3
100 Mile House	
2
Central Fraser      	
Abbotsford—.	
17
2
6
2
Matsaui            	
Unincorporated   —  .
7
6
1
1
Kinnaird    .
	
1
1
Unincorporated	
Central Okanagan	
2
16
12
2
Unincorporated	
Columbia-Shuswap	
CinMen
2
10
1
2
3
4
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
DD 73
TABLE 51—INFANT DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED
PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued
Total Infant Deaths
Infant Deaths in
Hospital
Regional District
Total by
Occurrence
By Residence
Total by
Occurrence
and Place
Total
Neonatal
Post-
neonatal
Total by
Residence
Under
7 Days
7-27
Days
14
7
5
2
11
9
2
7
3
4
7
4
"l
1
1
9
1
7
39
4
"30
1
~~4
231
13
1
33
9
1
3
15
155
1
23
7
• 9
7
16
6
3
1
2
_
4
16
2
3
1
2
8
13
5
8
13
6
2
___
3
1
14
2
9
1
1
33
3
"li
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165
18
11
13
"~8"
7
8
6
7
19
66
1
1
25
__
7
11
10
2
3
"l
3
6
1
2
~"i"
2
5
3
2
8
4
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1
1
1
7
1
5
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21
2
"l2
1
96
8
6
8
5
7
3
" "5
10
"39
1
11
5
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4
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
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2
1
2
1
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2
1
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5
3
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1
1
1
6
6
1
5
4
1
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1
3
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1
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56
8
4
3
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2
1
2
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1
13
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7
13
7
5
1
8
7
1
2
2
6
4
~1
1
6
"6
29
3
26
209
10
"29
9
3
10
147
15
" 6
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1
15
6
Courtenay .	
Cumberland	
3
1
Sayward	
~i
4
12
Duncan	
Ladysmith	
1
3
1
North Cowichan	
Unincorporated	
Dewdney-Alouette	
1
6
7
4
Mission	
Pitt Meadows	
Unincorporated	
3
11
Cranbrook      	
Elkford-     -
6
1
Kimberley -.      ... -
Sparwood  -
Unincorporated	
1
2
1
11
1
Chilliwhack District-.
Harrison Hot Springs.
8
Kent
1
Unincorporated	
Fraser-Fort George—_.
1
23
2
McBride	
Prince George—__—
South Fort George—
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1
Unincorporated	
Greater Vancouver	
Burnaby	
7
144
16
11
Ppifa
11
New Westminster	
North Vancouver
City
6
7
North Vancouver
7
5
7
15
University Endow-
Vnnrnnvpr
57
West Vancouver	
White Rock	
Unincorporated
1
1
17
6
Stewart
5
Unincorporated..	
6
1 This is an urban-type area, but is not incorporated.
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 51—INFANT DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED
PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued
Total Infant Deaths
Infant Deaths in
Hospital
Regional District
Total by
Occurrence
By Residence
Total by
Occurrence
and Place
Total
Neonatal
Post-
neonatal
Total by
Residence
Under
7 Days
7-27
Days
Kootenay Boundary.	
Fruitvale	
9
1
1
7
1
__
25
25
17
1
1
1
1
13
1
1
15
12
2
1
20
1
8
1
1
3
3
9
1
7
1
1
__
6
2
2
2
4
~3
1
17
9
8
18
1
1
4
2
~~6
4
2
2
16
__
—9
3
__
24
1
9
1
2
1
8
5
3
2
11
1
8
2
4
__
3
1
1
6
—j
2
2
2
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12
6
~"l
8
~"i
l
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1
12
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2
"~2
11
3
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
1
~"T
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
~~2
3
2
~ 1
8
1
1
2
1
~~T
2
2
2
4
~~3
1
11
1
4
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4
2
2
3
1
2
2
~2
1
1
8
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23
23
13
--
1
1
14
12
2
	
15
7
1
7
......
—-
2
2
8
7
1
6
2
Greenwood	
Trail	
Warfield	
Unincorporated	
Mount Waddington	
2
~2
3
Port Hardy__	
2
Unincorporated	
1
15
Nanaimo	
Parksville	
7
Unincorporated	
North Okanagan -
Armstrong  	
Coldstream- —
8
14
1
3
Lumby— 	
1
6
3
Ocean Falls	
Unincorporated —
Okanagan-Similkameen-
2
2
15
2
Penticton	
Princeton—         ..   ~
Summerland.        -   .
Unincorporated	
Peace River-Liard	
8
3
"2
19
1
Dawson Creek	
7
1
2
Hudson's Hope	
1
Taylor..
Unincorporated	
1
6
4
1            1
2
Unincorporated	
Skeena	
Masset —
Port Edward	
Prince Rupert	
Unincorporated	
Squamish-Lillooet	
2
7
--j
2
1
1
__
2
10
ZZ
8
2
3
Pemberton	
Squamish	
Unincorporated   	
___
2
Unincorporated	
	
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DD 75
TABLE 51—INFANT DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED
PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued
Total Infant Deaths
Infant Deaths in
Hospital
Regional District
Total by
Occurrence
By Residence
Total by
Occurrence
and Place
Total
Neonatal
Post-
neonatal
Total by
Residence
Under
7 Days
7-27
Days
1
1
21
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2
3
2
1
1
15
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2
3
1
1
8
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2
1
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1
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7
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16
13
1
2
1
1
Sechelt        	
Unincorporated	
Thompson-Nicola	
1
12
Clinton	
8
Logan Lake	
Lytton            	
2
Unincorporated	
2
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GENERAL MORTALITY
TABLE 53—DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE
AND RESIDENCE FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974.
Total Deaths
Deaths in
Hospital
Regional District and Place
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence,
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
19,294
169
137
6
160
28
9
1
1
41
3
2,513
52
20
94
28
259
11
1,927
261
29
84
60
462
11
1
231
219
407
70
81
7
17
129
11
2
462
430
8
194
18
7
74
335
104
161
10
8
2
5
1
287
22
6
2
192
19,177
200
139
6
3
200
18
16
8
5
11
22
9
17
2,459
64
127
36
225
510
77
1,151
253
7
49
35
527
54
67
189
213
444
49
50
16
9
91
14
10
2
6
458
374
14
202
20
, 45
58
338
105
38
65
27
4
5
329
52
41
9
90
330
16
26
3
11
18
5
25
2
147
29
2
73
119
1
902
47
28
43
35
60
4
94
59
34
35
42
10
51
2
_
49
92
5
49
9
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41
20
129
3
4
2
1
22
11
120
213
47
28
3
3
51
8
12
8
4
10
6
9
16
93
41
109
15
197
370
67
126
39
6
8
10
125
47
66
52
53
71
14
11
9
2
13
5
10
2
5
45
36
11
57
11
38
8
44
21
6
58
23
2
2
64
41
35
7
18
14,193
111
108
3
94
26
4
35
1,960
40
1
81
187
1,579
144
28
69
46
337
170
167
274
52
71
6
16
102
7
342
342
115
16
62
244
85
149
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221
14
173
14,171
135
100
Torino	
3
1
124
10
7
7
Granisle—  	
3
9
Smithers	
Telkwa 	
15
9
10
Capital (Victoria area)	
1,900
46
90
33
Oak Bay	
175
373
Sidney	
Victoria.	
Cariboo    _	
100 Mile House  	
64
923
159
6
36
25
390
Abbotsford	
41
52
141
153
312
Castlegar	
34
38
Kaslo  _	
Kinnaird	
Nakusp—	
Nelson...	
New Denver	
11
8
66
10
10
1
4
Central Okanagan	
343
283
11
150
Golden	
16
37
44
261
83
Comox           	
29
50
Cumberland         	
24
2
Tahsis	
Zeballos . 	
2
260
Duncan .—        -	
41
33
6
75
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1974
DD 79
TABLE 53—DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE
AND RESIDENCE FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued.
Total Deaths
Deaths in
Hospital
Regional District and Place
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence,
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
1
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196
108
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12
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1,089
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34
24
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5,606
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318
186
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740
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297
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127
21
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359
329
18
21
290
290
175
Mission	
83
16
181
62
Elkford ._ -	
2
28
Invermere  	
6
30
23
291
Chilliwack City                         	
93
135
2
18
Kent          	
19
226
7
4
132
12
1
6,961
738
192
Delta   	
174
401
246
225
71
35
174
578
11
3,633
269
White Rock	
205
129
1
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2
Terrace 	
65
184
Fruitvale	
7
37
4
2
Montrose 	
1
20
Trail
78
Warfleld	
2
31
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4
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3
368
166
28
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313
27
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TABLE 53—DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE
AND RESIDENCE FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974—Continued.
Regional District and Place
Total Deaths
Deaths in Hospital
Total by
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Total by
Residence
By Occurrence,
Residence,
Elsewhere
By Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
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Total by
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26
3
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10
424
441
49
66
307
328
1
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9
9
62
31
41
10
51
25
5
22
2
19
1
16
214
28
178
18
66
15
30
5
183
19
138
15
74
85
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52
62
214
226
33
45
134
147
9
11
1
3
3
4
79
78
25
24
62
54
17
14
8
5
17
11
Fort St. John.	
45
45
2
14
14
2
37
32
2
17
12
11
6
15
10
Taylor       	
2
4
2
2
118
139
8
29
72
92
104
98
25
19
71
70
131
5
144
7
21
3
34
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75
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100
15
29
69
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77
100
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31
42
67
30
17
19
6
23
11
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32
38
11
17
19
26
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7
6
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Sunshine Coast	
89
118
9
38
51
80
9
32
1
24
3
25
Sechelt                         --
3
11
1
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1
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537
480
118
61
363
349
Ashcroft 	
30
13
19
2
17
7
1
5
1
5
3
Chase  	
4
17
1
14
13
6
367
9
283
3
122
6
38
297
4
218
Kamloops. _  _	
Lytton 	
11
8
5
2
6
3
42
30
20
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37
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110
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23
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115
76
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14
16
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154
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DD 93
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A98
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M
F
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F
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F
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F
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F
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F
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F
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F
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F
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F
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F
VIII. Diseases of the respiratory system  T
M
F
Acute respiratory infections
Influenza 	
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DD  117
TABLE 58—DEATHS FROM ACCIDENTS AND VIOLENCE, BY NATURE OF INJURY,
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TABLE 60—DEATHS BY SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND SEX,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1974
Age
Total
Male
Female
Age
Total
Male
Female
All ages..
Under 1 year	
1 year .	
2 years	
3 „   	
4 „   	
Totals, under 5 years
5 years	
6 „    _
8 "„    '.
9 „    	
Totals, 5-9 years	
10 years	
12 ',',   	
13 „   	
Totals, 10-14 years....
15 years—	
36   „	
17 „   	
18 „    	
Totals, 15-19 years...
20 years... 	
21 „      	
22 „   	
23 „    	
24 „   	
Totals, 20-24 years—
25 years	
26 „   	
27 „   	
28 „    	
Totals, 25-29 years...
30 years	
31 „    .	
33 "	
34 „	
Totals, 30-34 years.-.
35 years  	
36 „   	
37 „	
38 „    	
39 „    	
Totals, 35-39 years...
40 years  	
41 „   	
42 „   	
Totals, 40-44 years....
45 years	
46 „    .	
47      	
48 „    	
49 „    	
Totals, 45-49 years....
19,177
572
49
34
29
19
12
22
21
14
14
83
15
31
15
19
21
101
35
47
83
98
393
11,392
349
29
25
19
14
97
76
72
60
72
65
61
53
53
304    |
49
52
55
50
43
249
58
45
69
60
49
71
67
75
81
89
383
595
7,785
223
20
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10
5
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11
10
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18 I
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15    I
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22
25
70
68
77
355    |       262    |
74
77
62
51
44
308
54
49
43
37
32
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36
35
38
31
25
165    |
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25 I
48 |
45 I
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281    |       194    |
47 |
47 |
52 |
49 |
59 1
254    |
106
69
37
101
64
37
109
67
42
122
79
43
157
104
53
383
267
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10
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5
29
5
13
5
6
6
35
13
22
22
15
21
93
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20
14
21
16
85
18
16
18
16
21
89
13
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17
19
18
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20
21
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12
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24
20
23
32
30
129
212
50 years..
51 „   „
52 „   ...
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Totals, 50-54 years...
55 years..
56
57
58
59
Totals, 55-59 years..
60 years..
61
62
63
64
Totals, 60-64 years_
65 years.
66
67
68
69
Totals, 65-69 years..
70 years..
71
72
73
74
75 years
76
77
78
79
Totals, 70-74 years.
Totals, 75-79 years..
80 years..
81
82
83
84
Totals, 80-84 years..
85 years-
86 „    ...
87 „    -
89
Totals, 85-89 years	
90 years-
91 „   _
92 „   -
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94
Totals, 90-94 years...
95 years..
96
97
98
99
Totals, 95-99 years.
100 years and over.	
Not stated	
157
161
203
189
210
98
103
138
125
118
920
582
216
212
222
248 [
255 '
134
133
143
162
176
1,153
748
253
303
323
325
323
174
204
214
221
208
1,527
1,021
340
359
327
366
398
232
233
218
247
249
1,790
1,179
432 |
363
393 I
410
420
289
231
254
272
260
413
388
400
427
471
237
232
227
226
270
2,099
1,192
491
489
469
491
523
2,463
523
476
424
421
381
256
264
242
251
267
1,280
256
224
195
200
177
328
276
233
205
143
166
118
109
96
62
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41
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11
1
59
58
65
64
92
338
82
79
79
86
79
405
79
99
109
104
115
506
108
126
109
119
149
611
143
132
139
138
160
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176
156
173
201
201
907
235
225
227
240
256
1,183
267
252
229
221
204
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162
158
124
109
81
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551 |
634
111
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91
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TABLE 62—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED, BY MARITAL STATUS OF BRIDEGROOM
AND OF BRIDE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Marriages Between—
Total
Marriages
Bachelors and—
Widowers and—
Divorced Men and—
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
Spinsters
W«ows   forced
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
21,734	
14,986
223      I     1,604
154
423      1      278
1,810
360
1,896
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BRIDEGROOM, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Total
Marital Status
Age-group
Bachelors
Widowers
Divorced
Men
1,614
9,019
5,055
2,080
1,0441
787
603
508
336
269
197
91
131
1,613
8,881
4,228
1,190
380
199
122
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30
31
43
70
104
113
120
122
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134
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35-39  ;;
632
40-44    "
545
45-49    "
411
50-54   ■;
319
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168
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125
65-60 ;;
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75 years and over _	
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11
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21,7341
16,812
855
4,066
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TABLE 64—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED, BY MARITAL STATUS AND AGE OF
BRIDE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group
Total
Marital Status
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
5,845
8,423
3,299
1,326
6921
525
522
386
278
185
132
85
36
5,830
7,957
2,184
1,541
171
92
65
48
24
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5
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37
56
52
56
74
122
135
141
124
100
77
31
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429
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1,059
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359
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50-54    „
203
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113
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21,7341
16,949
1,006
3,778
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TABLE 67—MARRIAGES i AUTHORIZED BY BANNS OR LICENCE, ACCORDING
TO RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION OF OFFICIATING MINISTER, BRITISH
COLUMBIA, 1974
Religious Denomination of Minister
Banns
Licence
Total
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
5
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8
82
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4
6
90
102
1
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71
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613
145
41
106
393
43
474
67
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123
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2
312
5,806
330
39
266
21
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0.3
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79
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45
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34
199
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247
42
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455
47
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108
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123
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370
39
268
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0.3
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3.2
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0.1
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39.8
2.3
0.2
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2,834
100.0
13,125
100.0
15,959
100.0
1 The above marriages exclude 5,775 ceremonies performed by Marriage Commissioners for which marriage
licences are required.
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NATIVE INDIAN STATISTICS
DD  125
LIVE BIRTHS
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INDIANS FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Live Births
Live Births in
Hospital
Illegitimate Live
Births
Total
Male
Female
Male     1  Female
1
Male
Female
1,243
57
107
54
95
5
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4
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27
86
11
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27
91
162
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23
25
39
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36
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24
39
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31
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36
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29
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39
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32
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32
38
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7
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7
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11
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 69—LEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS AMONG REGISTERED INDIANS, BY
SINGLE YEARS OF MOTHER'S AGE AND AGE OF FATHER IN FIVE-YEAR
GROUPS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Legitimate Live Births, by Age-group of Father
Age of Mother
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170
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DD  127
TABLE 70—LEGITIMATE AND ILLEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS AMONG REGISTERED
INDIANS, BY SINGLE YEARS OF MOTHER'S AGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1974
Age of Mother
Total Born
to All
Mothers
Legitimate
Live
Births
Illegitimate
Live
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2
4
33
66
116
103
120
117
116
83
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51
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4
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4
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30
16   „    	
56
17   „   	
97
18   „   	
75
19   „ 	
82
20    „   	
73
21    „    	
63
22   „   	
56
23    „   	
44
24   „   	
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25    „	
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26   „     	
29
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41    „ 	
42   „	
1
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Totals                    	
1,243
480
763
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 71—LIVE BIRTHS AMONG REGISTERED INDIANS, BY SINGLE YEARS
OF MOTHER'S AGE AND TOTAL   BIRTH ORDER, i BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
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DD  129
TABLE 72—GENERAL SUMMARY OF DEATHS AMONG REGISTERED INDIANS
FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Total
Deaths
Hospital
Deaths
Infant Deaths
Regional District
Total
Neonatal, Under
28 Days
Post-neonatal
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23
45
16
38
4
4
4
14
23
1
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15
15
41
55
14
10
11
17
10
8
12
40
25
2
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282
14
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4
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DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  A5  50  55  60  65  70  75  SO 65+ TOTAL
CAUSE                     -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -B4
I. INFECTIVE AND PARASITIC DISEASES (000-136)
INTESTINAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES (000-009)
FOOD POISONING (BACTERIAL)                  M ___________________
F ___________2------- 2
BOTULISM                                     M _--_____■___________
F ___________2_______ 2
ENTERITI5                                      H - . . -    1  ' -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -    1   - 2
F _i__________1____1i 4
OTHER ORGANISM NEC                         M _   _   _   _    \          ________    !_____ 2
F —    1    __________    x    ____    x    i 4
DIARRHEAL DISEASE                             M 42-----------1-2223 16
F 41-----------1---16 13
DIARRHEA                                     M --■-_____________---
F ii-________________ 2
GASTRO-ENTERITI5    AND   COLITIS                                   M 42-----------          1-2223 16
F 3____________i___i6 11
INTESTINAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES        M 42--1--------2-2223 IB
(000-009)                                  F 42---------211---27 19
TUBERCULOSIS (010-019)
SILIC0TUBERCUL05IS                           M ______________i____ i
F ___________________
PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS                       M --------2-11-432    1-2 16
F -_______!_____!___- 2
ACTIVE. FAR ADVANCED                       M _--_____i_ii_2--l-l 7
F ___________________
PULMONARY NDS                               M _--_____1-___232--l 9
F -_-_____!_____!_--_ 2
MENINGES AND CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM       (("   -"-----"-   -■   1  ' -   --------- 1
p- ___________________
TUBERCULOUS MENINGITIS                    M _--_____i______--_- i
F ___________________
BONES AND JOINTS                              M ---_-___________--    i i
F ___________________
UNSPECIFIED                                 M _--_____________--i i
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OISSEMINATED TUBERCULOSIS                   M __-_-____!_________ \
F _-________________! i
OTHER FORMS                                      M _--______i_________ i
F __________________    i i
LATE EFFECTS                                   M -------------ii---- 2
F ______________    i____ r-
RESPIRATORY                                 M _____________ii_-_- z
F __-___________i_-__ l
TUBERCULOSIS (010-019)                  M --------3111-5521-3 22
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
OO  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
OTHER BACTERIAL DISEASES (030-039)
OTHER DISEASES DUE TO MYCOBACTERIA        M ________--__-    i--___      i
F ___________________
PULMONARY                                    M _____________    !_____      i
F ___________________
DIPHTHERIA                                     M 1----   —   --   —   —   -   —   —    1    1    i    —   -_      4
F ___________________
WHOOPING COUGH                                M ___________________
F !__________________      1
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M ___________________
F !__-_______________      1
STREP THROAT AND SCARLET FEVER             M ___________________
F ____________i_____-      1
STREPTOCOCCAL SORE THROAT                 M _____--_________--_
F __-______-__i______      1
MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION                     M ____!    !_____________      2
F ii--!!--.------.--.      4
MENINGOCOCCAL MENINGITIS                  M ___________________
F !___!______________      2
MENINGOCOCCEMIA WITHOUT MENINGITIS      M ____!!________-____      2
F _!___!_____________      2
SEPTICEMIA                                     M 1------------1    1    1---      4
F l______-_______2__-      3
STREPTOCOCCAL                               M ___________________
F i_-_________-___-__      j
STAPHYLOCOCCAL                              M _______________    i_-_      1
F ___________________
UNSPECIFIED                                 M 1-   —   —   -   —   --   —   --   —   —    1    J    ____      3
F -______________2---      2
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F ___________________
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F ___________________
OTHER BACTERIAL DISEASES (030-039)    M 2___ii_______323___     i2
F 31__1i______i__2---      9
POLIO,OTHER ENTEROVIRUS DISEASES OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (040-046)
LATE EFFECTS OF ACUTE POLIO                M ___________________
F __________£________       £
POLIO. OTHER ENTEROVIRUS DISEASES OFM ___________________
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (040-046)      F __-___-__-2__-___-_      2
VIRAL DISEASES ACCOMPANIED BY EKANTHEM (050-057)
CHICKENPOX                                     M ___________________
F _!__________-______      1
HERPES ZOSTER                                  M ______-_____-___-_i      1
F ----------------l!!      3
OF TRUNK                                     M ___________________
F __________________    i      1
OTHER ANO UNSPECIFIED SITES              M __-_______-_-_--__i      1
F ________________!!_      2
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
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 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -B4
MEASLES M _i_______--__-__-_-      l
F __!________-__-___-      i
VIRAL DISEA5ES ACCOMPANIED BY M _i    __-________-____!      2
EXANTHEM (050-057) F _ii_________--__iii      5
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VIRAL ENCEPHALITIS UNSPECIFIED M __i___j_____-~____-      2
F ___________________
LATE EFFECTS OF VIRAL ENCEPHALITIS        M __-__________!___-_      1
F _--!-__-___--__----      1
ARTHROPOO-BORNE VIRAL DISEASES        M --1---1------1-----      3
(060-068) F _--!_______-_______      1
OTHER VIRAL DISEASES (070-079)
INFECTIOUS HEPATITIS M 1   -   -.  -   - - -   I   -  . -    1   1   - ■  -   -   1   -   -   1      6
F _--__i3-__ii__i_-__      7
OTHER VIRAL DISEASES M !_______________---      1
F 2---1-------------1      4
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F ___________________
VIRAL INFECTION, UNSPECIFIED M ___________________
F 2___l_____________i      4
OTHER VIRAL OISEASES (070-079)        M 11-----1--11---1--1      7
F 2---113---11--1---1     11
SYPHILIS AND OTHER VENEREAL DISEASES (090-099)
CARDIOVASCULAR SYPHILIS M -____-___-___■;____-      1
F ___________________
AORTIC ANEURYSM,SYPHILITIC M _____________!____-      t
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SYPHILIS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM        M __--_____--_____2_-      2
F ___________________
TABES DORSALIS M ___-______-____-i__      1
F ___________________
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F ___________________
SYPHILIS AND OTHER VENEREAL M ____________-l__2__      3
DISEASES (090-099) F ___________________
MYCOSES (110-117)
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F _______-___-i_____i      2
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MYCOSES (110-117) M __-____-__!________      1
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  BO 85+ TOTAL
LIST.                 CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
OTHER INFECTIVE AND PARASITIC DISEASES (130-136)
135   SARCOIDOSIS                                    M --____-___!________ t
F ____________!!!__!_ 4
TOTAL       OTHER INFECTIVE AND PARASITIC         M _---___-__i________ i
DISEASES (130-136)                       F ------------1    1    i_-i- 4
TOTAL                                INFECTIVE    ANO   PARASITIC                                M 741-21113142-       12          78528 69
DISEASES    (000-136)                                                F 9411223-1-33424214       11 57
II.    NEOPLASMS    (140-239)
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF BUCCAL CAVITY AND PHARYNX (140-149)
141 TONGUE                                          M _______________    !_3_i 5
F _-______-___22I--21 8
141.9   PART UNSPECIFIEO                           M __--_____--___i_3_i 5
F ____-__-__-_221--21 8
142 SALIVARY GLAND                                M —---   —   --   —   ----1    --    1    —    1- 3
F -______--______---i 1
142.0   PAROTID GLAND                               M ------------    1--    1    -    1 3
F __________________i !
144 FLOOR OF MOUTH                                M ____________________ j
F ___________________
145 MOUTH, OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS        M _______---_____--i_ _
F ____________--____i 1
145.0 BUCCAL   MUCOSA                                                                                  M _-_____----___-__i_ j
F ___________________
145.1 PALATE    (HARD)     (SOFT)                                                             M -______---___-_____
F ___-_____________-! x
146 OROPHARYNX                                     M ____________    1    2   -   -   -    -    1 4
F _-__________!______ !
146.0   TONSILS                                      M _-_______-___2----- 2
F ___________________
146.8 OTHER SPECIFIED PARTS                     M ________-_________i j
F ___________________
146.9 PART UNSPECIFIED                           M __________-_!______ j
F ____________    t_-_-__ 1
147 NASOPHARYNX                                    M -______!    i-i____i___ 4
F _______-i--___-_-__ 1
148 HYPOPHARYNX                                    M _-_____----__3_____ 3
F __________________! !
148.0 POSTCRICOID REGION                      M ___________________
F __________________    1 !
148.1 PYRIFORM FOSSA                                  M _-_____--____i__-__ 1
F ___________________
148.9   PART UNSPECIFIED                           M _____________2___-__ 2
F ___________________
149 PHARYNX. UNSPECIFIED                         M -_--___-----ii__l-2 5
F ____________!!__!!_ 4
TOTAL       MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF BUCCAL           M -------11-1-3622424 26
CAVITY AND PHARYNX (140-149)           F -__-____i_--43i_i34 17
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
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 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF DIGESTIVE ORGANS AND PERITONEUM (150-159)
ESOPHAGUS                                      M ----------214988946 51
F ---------2112218658 36
STOMACH                                         M -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   2   5   2  10   9  25  21  29  22  22  17 164
F ----------    1    4   8   14  10    3  19  15  17 91
CARDIA                                        M -_-__-__-___-ii_2-- 4
F __-_______-__-__-_-
PART UNSPECIFIED                           M -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   2   5   2  10   9  24  20  29  20  22  17 160
F ----------    1    4   B  14  10   3  19  15  17 91
SMALL INTESTINE. INCLUDING DUODENUM       M __________-_-i4_-_- 5
F __________i__222-2- 9
DUODENUM                                     M -_-__-__-__-_li_-_- 2
F _______________2__- 2
JEJUNUM                                      M __________-__--___-
F __-_____-_--_    i----_ 1
ILEUM                                         M ___________________
F _________________    |_ j
1   PART UNSPECIFIED                           M __--_-__-____-3____ 3
F __________    j.__i2--l- 5
LARGE INTESTINE, EXCEPT RECTUM             M -   -    -   -   -    1    -   2    2    1    51215  26  27  37  233115 197
F -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   7   5  10  16  24  27  19  25  28  38 199
CECUM. APPENDIX AND ASCENDING COLON     M -_-__-__-____764367 33
F ---------2111562660 38
TRANSVERSE COLON                           M -----------112--332 12
F _________i__2-21134 14
DESCENDING COLON                           M __________    i_i_23-2- 9
F -___________Iii___3 6
SIGMOID COLON                           M -------1   --1*3435   551 32
F ---------11-1225938 32
LARGE INTESTINE, PART UNSPECIFIED       M -------121277  11    9  20   8  10   3 81
F -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         2         3         711131510         61214 93
INTESTINAL TRACT, PART UNSPECIFIED      M -----1----1-327545Z 30
F ---------1-2-311341 16
RECTUM   AND   RECTOSIGMOID   JUNCTION                            M ----1---          124468       11       10       11          8       17 83
F ------1-11-4795995       10 61
RECTOSIGMOID   JUNCTION                                                         M -_-__-_--___-i23i22 11
F __-__-_____21--32-- 8
RECTUM                                                                                                        M ----1---12          44679710615 72
F ------1-11-26756659 49
ANAL   CANAL                                                                                           M -_--_-_______-_____
F __-__________2--l-l 4
LIVER AND INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTS         M --------11-1352221- 18
F -------1---2222141- 15
LIVER                                              M --------11-1342221- 17
F -------1---1222141- 14
INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTS                   M __-_-________i__-__ j
F ___________!____-__ 1
GALLBLADDER AND BILE DUCTS                  M -_-__-____-_43l2323 IB
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. OO       01       05       10       15      20       25      30       35       40       45       50       55      60       65      70      75      80    85+    TOTAL
LIST.                                             CAUSE -01    -04   -09   -14.    -19   -24   -29   -34   -39   -44    -49   -54   -59   '64   -69   -74   -79   -84
156.0 GALLBLADDER                                                                                        M —         —          —         —          --          —         —          ----1           1-1          —          1           I 5
F -----------22123143 18
156.1 EXTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTS                   M ------------3111311 11
F ___________i__3i2i_ 8
156.2 AMPULLA OF VATER                            M ______-______!____! 2
F ___________________
156.9    BILIARY TRACT. UNSPECIFIEO               M ___________________
F -__________-______! i
157 PANCREAS                                        M 2    7  10   9  18  10  14  27  12  10 119
F -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -         -          1          3         711         91514121310 95
157.0   HEAO                                          M ----------222134  12    5- 31
F __-____-____312--26 14
157.8 OTHER SPECIFIED PARTS                     M _____________2--l-- 3
F _____________l__i-_ 2
157.9 UNSPECIFIED                                 M ---------    2    587  15   7  10  14   7  10 85
F _________          13787       13       14       11       11          4 79
158 PERITONEUM AND RETROPERITONEAL TISSUE     M ————————-----1—1-1— 3
F _____________-3i_2- 6
158.0   RETROPERITONEAL TISSUE                    M __________---i_i-i_ 3
F ___-__________21-l- 4
158.9   OTHER PARTS                                  M ___________________
F ______________i__i_ 2
159 UNSPECIFIED DIGESTIVE 0RGAN5               M _______-______2__2- 4
F _____________1__-_2 3
TOTAL       MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF DIGESTIVE       M 1    1    -   2   6  11  20  38  50  96  86 103  97  83  6B 662
ORGANS AND PERITONEUM (150-159)       F -   -   -   -   -   -    1    1    1   11   11  31  48  64  70  61  78  76  89 542
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (160-163)
160 NOSE, NASAL CAVITIES AND MIDDLE EAR       M —-   —   -   —   —   —   -   —   -    l-    I-   —    1    —   —   - 3
F ___________i____-i_ 2
160.0   NOSE (INTERNAL) AND NASAL CAVITIES      M ___________________
F ___________!_______ 1
160.2   MAXILLARY SINUS                             M ____________i____-_ 1
F ___________________
160.8 OTHER SINUS                                 M __________i_-__-___ 1
F ______-_____-___-i_ 1
160.9 UNSPECIFIED   SINUS                                                                     M ___-__-_______-i__- j
F ___________________
161 LARYNX                                                                                                               M --------21233332-24 25
F _______-___--_ll--_ 2
161.0   GLOTTIS                                      M __________---_----i 1
F ___________________
161.8 OTHER SPECIFIED PARTS                     M __--___-i----_-_--i 2
F ___________________
161.9 PART UNSPECIFIED                            M --------11233332-22 22
F ____________-_!    !--_ 2
162 TRACHEA, BRONCHUS AND LUNG                  M ------    1   -   4   8  20  51  74  97  02 117  70  43  24 591
F -   -   -   -   -   -    1    1    3   6   6  26  '20  27  25  18  13  10   5 161
162.0   TRACHEA                                      M -__________--_---i- 1
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST.
162.1
CAUSE
BRONCHUS    AND   LUNG
163 RESPIRATORY   ORGANS,    OTHER   AND   NOS
163.0 PLEURA
163.1    MEDIASTINUM
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM. BONE. CONNECTIVE TISSUE, SKIN AND BREAST (170-174)
170 BONE                                            M -   -    1    -    1   -   -    1
F 1    1
170.0 5KULL ANO FACE                              M ___-!___
F ________
170.1 LOWER JAW                                    M -___-__-_
F ________
170.3   RIBS. STERNUM AND CLAVICLE               M ________
F ________
170.7   LOWER LIMB, LONG BONES                    M _   _    j.    _   -   _   _    t
F 1    1
170.9   SITE UNSPECIFIED                           M ________
F ________
171 CONNECTIVE AND OTHER SOFT TISSUE           M -   _   _    i    -   _   _   _
F ___!__!    x
171.0 HEAD* FACE ANO NECK                        M -_-!____
F ________
171.1 TRUNK                                         M ________
F ___-___!
171.2 UPPER LIM8 (INCLUDING SHOULDER)          M ________
F ________
171.3 LOWER LIMB (INCLUDING HIP)                M ________
F ___!__!_
171.9   SITE UNSPECIFIED                           M ________
F ________
172 MALIGNANT MELANOMA OF SKIN                  M 1    1
F _____]__
172.2 EAR AND EXTERNAL AURICULAR CANAL        M ________
F ________
172.3 FACE. OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS       M ________
F ________
172.4 SCALP AND NECK                              M ________
F ________
172.6 TRUNK, EXCEPT SCROTUM                   M -   _   _   _   _   i   _   -
F ________
172.7 UPPER LIMB                                   M ________
172.8   LOWER LIC
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80 85+ TOTAL
LIST.                 CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
172.9   SITE UNSPECIFIED                           M ----1-----2231-1-11 12
F -----1--1---31-112- 10
173 OTHER, SKIN                                    M----------1-------3 4
F _-__-_-___________! !
173.2 EAR AND EXTERNAL AURICULAR CANAL        M ______-___________i y
F ___________________
173.3 FACE, OTHER ANO UNSPECIFIED PARTS       M ----------\-------x 2
F _-________________i i
173.4 SCALP AND NECK                              M _-_--_-_-__--_____i i
F ___________________
174 BREAST                                          M ___--______-__l__i- 2
F -   -   -   -   -   -    2   7   4  18  23  47  44  50  40  32  32  27  32 358
TOTAL       MALIGNANT NEOPLASM: BONE, CONNECTIVE M --1121-1-1455123147 39
TISSUE, SKIN ANO BREAST (170-174)     F -   -   -    1    1    2    3   8   6  19  25  48  47  53  41   33  39  31  35 -392
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF GENITOURINARY ORGANS (180-189)
180    CERVIX UTERI                                   F ------11144583753-1 43
182 OTHER. OF UTERUS                              F ---------13-5665332 34
182.0   CORPUS UTERI                                 F ______-_-_2-2443-21 18
182.9   UNSPECIFIED                                  F ---------11-3222311 16
183 OVARY. FALLOPIAN TUBE AND BROAD LIGAMENT F -             1    1    -        1    1    3   7   9  19  19  13  15   7  10    4 110
163.0 OVARY                                         F _   -   _    i    I    _   -    i    1    3    7   9  19  19  13  14   7  10   4 109
183.1 FALLOPIAN TUBE AND BROAD LIGAMENT       F _______________i___ i
184 FEMALE GENITAL ORGANS. OTHER               F -------------212111 8
184.0 VAGINA                                        F----------------1-- 1
184.1 VULVA                                         F _-__~__-_____212-ll 7
185 PROSTATE                                        M -   -    -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -    -    1    3  13  17  33  45  59  55 226
186 TESTIS                                          M ----12311-1-1-----1 11
187 MALE GENITAL ORGANS,OTHER                   M _-__-_-____-__!____ \
187.0    PENIS                                         M ______________!____ i
188 BLADDER                                               M ----------243    15   12   IO   13   12 62
F ---------1-1-533523 23
IBS   URINARY ORGANS, OTHER AND NOS              M ---------22637  12   9373 54
F -1-------1-25473424 33
189.0 KIDNEY,    EXCEPT   PELVIS                                                         M ---------22435       12          8343 46
F -1-------1-14463424 30
189.1 PELVIS OF KIDNEY                            M _-_-__-_-_-_-i_l_2- 4
F ____________i_____- i
189.2 URETER                                        M -   —   —   --   —   —   -   —   —   -1-1    —   —   —    1- 3
F ___________!__!____ 2
189.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M ___________    l-_-_-_- l
F ___________________
TOTAL       MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF GENITOURINARY  M -   -   -   -    1    2    3   1    1    2    5  11   10  21  35  54  58  79  71 354
ORGANS (180-189)                      F -   1   -   1   1   -   1   2   2  10  14  17  37  39  37  33  23  18  15 251
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
OO       01       05       10       15       20       25
CAUSE
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED SITES (190-199)
190   EYE
191    BRAIN
2   2    1
6   2    1
192   OTHER PARTS OF NERVOUS SYSTEM
192.1    CEREBRAL MENINGES
192.2    SPINAL CORD
192.4   PERIPHERAL NERVES
192.5   SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
192.9   SITE UNSPECIFIED
193   THYROID GLAND
194   OTHER ENDOCRINE GLANDS
194.0    SUPRARENAL
194.2   THYMUS
194.8   OTHER
195    ILL-DEFINED SITES
2   4   5
195.0    ABDOMEN, INTRA-ABDOMINAL CANCER
195.1    PELVIS. RECTOVAGINAL SEPTUM
195.9   OTHER
196   SECONDARY AND UNSPECIFIED, LYMPH NODES   M
196.0   HEAD, FACE AND NECK
196.4    INGUINAL AND LOWER LIMB
196.9    SITE UNSPECIFIED
197    SECONDARY, RESPIRATORY AND DIGESTIVE
197.0   LUNG
197.1    MEDIA5TINUM
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
197.5   LARGE INTESTINE AND RECTUM
197.7 LIVER, SPECIFIED AS SECONDARY
197.8 LIVER, UNSPECIFIED
198 OTHER SECONOARY
198.3   BRAIN
198.5   BONE
198.9   OTHER SITES
199    WITHOUT SPECIFICATION OF SITE
199.0   MULTIPLE
1    3  12
2   6   3
199.1    OTHER
3   2    2   2
NEOPLASMS OF LYMPHATIC AND HEMATOPOIETIC TISSUE (200-209)
200   LYMPHOSARCOMA AND RETICULUM-CELL SARCOMA M     -11-
F    -
200.0   RETICULUM-CELL SARCOMA M     _   -   _   _
3   4    1
200.1   LYMPHOSARCOMA
201    HODGKIN'S DISEASE
12   2    1
202   OTHER NEOPLASMS OF LYMPHOID TISSUE
202.1   MYCOSIS FUNGOIDES
202.2    OTHER PRIMARY OF LYMPHOID TISSUE
203    MULTIPLE MYELOMA
204   LYMPHATIC LEUKEMIA
204.0    ACUTE
4   5   4
204.1    CHRONIC
204.9   UNSPECIFIED
2   2    1
8   2    1
205   MYELOID LEUKEMIA
2   3    1
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
INT.
LIST.
205.0
ACUTE
205.1
CHRONIC
205.9
UNSPECIFIED
CAUSE
Age-group (Years)
206   MONOCYTIC LEUKEMIA
206.0   ACUTE
206.9   UNSPECIFIED
207   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED LEUKEMIA
207.0   LEUKEMIA. ACUTE
5   2    1
12   2    1
4   2   3   2
207.1    LEUKEMIA, CHRONIC
207.9   LEUKEMIA. UNSPECIFIED
208   POLYCYTHEMIA VERA
209   MYELOFIBROSIS
BENIGN NEOPLASMS (210-228)
211 OTHER PARTS OF DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
211.3 LARGE INTESTINE. EXCEPT RECTUM
211.4 RECTUM
212 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
212.3   BRONCHUS AND LUNG
5 2 4 2 3 7 5
1-25121
218
225
UTERINE FIBROMA F
BRAIN AND OTHER PARTS OF NERVOUS SYSTEM  M
225.0   BRAIN
225.2   CEREBRAL MENINGES
225.3   SPINAL CORD
225.9   UNSPECIFIED SITE
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
227 HEMANGIOMA AND LYMPHANGIOMA M
F
227.2 LYMPHANGIOMA M
F
228 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED ORGANS AND TISSUES M
F
TOTAL       BENIGN NEOPLASMS (210-228) M
F
NEOPLASM OF UNSPECIFIED NATURE (230-239)
231    RESPIRATORY ORGANS M
F
231.5 MEDIASTINUM M
F
237   OTHER GENITOURINARY ORGANS M
F
237.3 KIDNEY. EXCEPT PELVIS M
F
237.6 BLADDER M
238.1    BRAIN
NEOPLASMS (140-239)
3   5
5   9
4   6
III. ENDOCRINE, NUTRITIONAL AND METABOLIC DISEASES (240-279)
DISEASES OF THYROID GLAND (240-246)
242    THYROTOXICOSIS WITH OR WITHOUT GOITER     M ______
F ______
242.2   THYROTOXICOSIS WITHOUT GOITER M ______
F ______
244   MYXEDEMA M ______
TOTAL       DISEASES OF THYROID GLAND (240-246)   M
F
DISEASES OF OTHER ENDOCRINE GLANDS (250-258)
250   DIABETES MELLITUS M     1
F     1
25 0.0    WITH ACIDOSIS OR COMA M     1
3   5   2
250.9   WITHOUT ACIDOSIS OR COMA
252   DISEASES OF PARATHYROID GLAND
252.0   HYPERPARATHYROIDISM
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  BO 85+ TOTAL
LIST.                 CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
253   OISEASES OF PITUITARY GLAND                 M ___-__-______-_i___ j
F ___________________
253.1    ANTERIOR PITUITARY HYPOFUNCTION         M _----_-_-______i___ i
F ___________________
25S   DISEASES OF ADRENAL GLANDS                  M __-___________!____ t
F __-________i_____-_ i
255.1    ADRENAL CORTICAL HYPOFUNCTION            M _--_-______-__i____ \
F ___________________
255.9          OTHER   AVlD   UNSPECIFIED                                                         M __-_--____-______-_
F ___________i_-_____ !
TOTAL       DISEASES OF OTHER ENDOCRINE            M 1   _____    i    2    I    1    2   7   8   9  16  16  26  22  19 131
GLANDS (250-258)                         F 1-----21-136267  22  18  25  15 109
AVITAMINOSES AND OTHER NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY (260-269)
269   OTHER NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY               M _____-__-____2_iii2 7
F ________________31S 9
269-0   SPRUE AND STEATORRHEA                     M _____________    !_____ 1
F ________________1__ x
269.1 MALABSORPTION SYNDROME. UNSPECIFIED     M ___________________
F _____-____________! !
269.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M -_-_-__--_-__i_lii2 6
F ________________2i4 7
TOTAL       AVITAMINOSES AND OTHER                  M ____-__-_____2-1112 7
NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY (260-269)      F _-__-_-________-3i5 9
OTHER METABOLIC DISEASES (270-279)
272 OF LIPID METABOLISM                          M _______-__!________ j
F _-_--________-__!__ !
272.0   XANTHOMATOSIS                               M ___________________
F ____-___________!__ 1
272.2 LIPID STORAGE DISORDERS                   M __________    i________ j,
F ___________________ _
273 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED OF METABOLISM       M i-__i_______2_____l 5
F ___________________ 1
273.0    CYSTIC FIBROSIS                             M i-_-i_-_-__-_-____- 2
F _-_i-_-__-_________ j
273.2   HEMOCHROMATOSIS                             M ____________2-----l 3
F ___________________
274 GOUT                                            M _-_____-__-__-ii___ 2
F ___________________
275 PLASMA PROTEIN ABNORMALITIES               M ______________    j__2- 3
F _-__!_-____________ !
275.0    AGAMMAGLOBULINEMIA                             M ___________________ _
F ____l___-________-_ 1
275.5   MACROGLOBULINEMIA                          M _-_-__-_-_____i-_2- 3
F ___________________
276 AMYLOIDOSIS                                    M _______________-2__ 2
F _____________!__!-_ 2
277 OBESITY NOT OF ENDOCRINE ORIGIN            M _-____-__i_________ j
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
278 OTHER HYPERALIMENTATION
278.9   OTHER ANO UNSPECIFIED
279 METABOLIC DISEASES, OTHER AND NOS
TOTAL       OTHER METABOLIC DISEASES (270-279)
IV. DISEASES OF THE BLOOD AND BLOOD-FORMING ORGANS (280-289)
ANEMIAS (2B0-285)
280    IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIAS M     ______
281    OTHER DEFICIENCY ANEMIAS M
F
281.0   PERNICIOUS M
F
263   ACQUIRED HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS M
F
283.9   OTHER M
F
284 APLASTIC ANEMIA M
F
285 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED ANEMIAS M
F
285.9   UNSPECIFIED M
F
TOTAL       ANEMIAS (280-285) M
F
OTHER (286-289)
286 COAGULATION DEFECTS M
F
286.0   HEMOPHILIA M
F
286.3   VASCULAR HEMOPHILIA M
F
267 PURPURA AND OTHER HEMORRHAGIC CONDITIONS M
F
267.0 ALLERGIC PURPURA M
F
267.1 THROMBOCYTOPENIA M
F
287.9   OTHER ANO UNSPECIFIED M
F
268 AGRANULOCYTOSIS M
289   OTHER
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
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 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
OTHER ANO UNSPECIFIED                     M ___-____________i_- j
F -___-_____-____-_i_ J
OTHER (286-289)                          M 1-1-------1-11-121- 9
F 2--------1---11-12- 0
OISEASES OF THE BLOOD ANO BLOOD- M 1-1-------1-I213443 21
FORMING ORGANS (280-289)           F 2-----1—   -I--1141162 20
V. MENTAL OISORDERS (290-315)
PSYCHOSES (290-299)
SENILE AND PRESENILE DEMENTIA              M _-___________ii__-4 (,
F _____________i__ii5 e
SENILE DEMENTIA                             M ____-____-___i____4 5
F ____________-__-i_5 6
PRESENILE DEMENTIA                         M ______________i__-_ 1
F _-__-_______-i_-_i- 2
ALCOHOLIC PSYCHOSIS                          M —   —   —   —   —   —   —    1    —   —   -   —   —    1    —   -    1    —   - 3
F ____________!____-_ 1
DELIRIUM TREMENS                           M _-__-__i_-__-___i_- 2
F ___________________
OTHER ANO UNSPECIFIED                     M _______--___-i_____ 1
F ____________i_____- !
UNSPECIFIED PSYCHOSIS                        M --------------x---- \
F _______   _____i___--_ 1
PSYCHOSES (290-299)                      M _______l_____22-l-4 10
F ________   _--_2i_-ii5 10
NEUROSES AND OTHER NONPSYCHOTIC MENTAL DISORDERS (300-309)
ALCOHOLISM                                     M ----1-223897  10   567221 65
F -------12222425--1- 21
ALCOHOLIC ADDICTION                        M -------1112121-5-1- 15
F _______i2---l-l--l- 6
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M ----1-2127768462211 50
F _-__-___-222324---- 15
DRUG DEPENDENCE                               M ______!_-_!__-__-__ 2
F _____!_____________ j
BARBITURATES                                M __________i__-_____ t
F ___________________
UNSPECIFIED                                 M ______!____________ y
F _____!_____________ !
PHYSICAL DISORDERS. PSYCHOGENIC ORIGIN  M ___________________
F _______    !___________ 1
GASTROINTESTINAL                           M ___________________
F ____-__!    ___________ 1
SPECIAL SYMPTOMS NEC                     M --_________!_____!_ 2
F ______________j_i_h 4
FEEDING DISTURBANCES                          M _-_______-_i-_____- 1
F _-__-_________1_i_2 4
OTHER                                    M _________________i_ 1
F ___________________
NOT PSYCHOTIC. WITH PHYSICAL CONDITIONS  M __--_-__-__i____l34 9
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
309.9   OTHER OR UNSPECIFIED
MENTAL RETARDATION (310-315)
313   SEVERE
313.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
TOTAL       MENTAL RETARDATION (310-315)
TOTAL MENTAL DISORDERS (290-315)
1
1
VI. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND SENSE ORGANS (320-389)
INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (320-324)
320   MENINGITIS
3
1
320.0   H. INFLUENZAE
320.1    PNEUMOCOCCUS
320.8   DUE TO OTHER SPECIFIED ORGANISM
320.9   WITHOUT ORGANISM SPECIFICATION
321   PHLEBITIS OF INTRACRANIAL SINUSES
322    INTRACRANIAL AND INTRASPINAL ABSCESS
323   ENCEPHALITIS ANO MYELITIS
324   LATE EFFECTS OF INTRACRANIAL ABSCESS
HEREDITARY AND FAMILIAL DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM  (330-333)
330    HEREDITARY NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS M      -    -    -    1    4
330.1   FAMILIAL SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY
330.3   PROGRESSIVE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY
330.4    MYOTONIA ATROPHICA
331    HEREDITARY DISEASES, STRIATOPALLIDAL
3   6   5
331.0   HEREDITARY CHOREA
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
331.1    DYSTONIA MUSCULORUM DEFORMANS
332 HEREOITARY ATAXIA
332.0    SPINAL
333 OTHER HEREDITARY NERVOUS DISEASES
333.0   AUMAUROTIC FAMILY IDIOCY
333.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
1    1    1
OTHER DISEASES OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (340-349)
340 MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS                           M -
F _    -    -
341 OTHER DEMYELINATING DISEASES               M -   -    1
F _   _   _
342 PARALYSIS AGITANS                             M -
F -
343 CEREBRAL SPASTIC INFANTILE PARALYSIS      M -    1    1
F 2    1    1
343.1    OTHER SPASTIC PARALYSIS                   M -
343.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
344   OTHER CEREBRAL PARALYSIS
344.1    HEMIPLEGIA
344.2   PARAPLEGIA
344.3   OUADRIPLEGIA
344.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
345   EPILEPSY
345.1    GENERALIZED CONVULSIVE
345.2
345-9
STATUS EPILEPTICUS
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
347   OTHER DISEASES OF BRAIN
347.1    CEREBRAL AND CORTICAL ATROPHY
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80 85+ TOTAL
LIST.                 CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
347.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M -2-----11--11222--1     13
F ______1______1i_i_-      4
346          MOTOR    NEURONE   DISEASE                                                               M __________          1-242          11--              11
F -----------11233--1              11
348.0 AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS            M ___-______i__3ii___      6
F ____-______lllil___      5
348.1 PROGRESSIVE BULBAR PALSY                  M ___________________
F _______________    i__!      2
348.2 PROGRESSIVE MUSCULAR ATROPHY             M __-______-__i_-_i__      2
F ___________________
348.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MANIFESTATIONS   M ___________   -iii_-__      3
F _____________l21___      4
349   OTHER OISEASES OF SPINAL CORD              M __-______-____-_--_
F __-_______-__i-_-__      i
349.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M ________-_-____--_-
F -------------j-----      1
TOTAL                   OTHER   DISEASES   OF   CENTRAL                                      M -3315543321669       14          5       11          66             93
NERVOUS   SYSTEM    (340-349)                                         F 2111232111631        14          89598             78
DISEASES OF NERVES AND PERIPHERAL GANGLIA (350-358)
354 POLYNEURITIS AND POLYRADICULITIS           M ____i______i__-i--_      3
F ___________________
355 NEURALGIA ANO NEURITIS. OTHER AND NOS     M _______________!___      1
F ___________________
355.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M _________-____-i_-_      1
F _______-_-__-_-----
357   OTHER, OF PERIPHERAL NERVES                 M ______i______-_____      j
F _________-__-_-__-!      1
357.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M _-____i__________-_      \
F _______-_-_-__--__!      j
TOTAL       DISEASES OF NERVES AND                  M ____1_i____1-__2---      5
PERIPHERAL GANGLIA (350-358)           F __________________!      1
OTHER DISEASES AND CONDITIONS OF EYE (370-379)
374   CATARACT                                        M -___________-_-__-_
F ------.----.-.--j!-      2
374.9   SENILE AND UNSPECIFIED TYPE              M ___________________
F ________________!!_      2
TOTAL       OTHER DISEASES ANO CONDITIONS         M -_--_-____-____-___
OF EYE (370-379)                      F ________________   11-     2
DISEASES OF THE EAR AND MASTOID PROCESS (380-389)
381    OTITIS MEDIA WITHOUT MASTOIDITIS            M i_-____-______--__-       1
F ___________________
381.9   UNSPECIFIED                                  M !________-_________      1
F ___________________
383   MASTOIDITIS WITHOUT OTITIS MEDIA           M __i____________-__-      1
F _______-__-_-_--_-_
383.0   ACUTE                                         M __!___________-__-_      1
F _____-_-_______--_-
TOTAL       DISEASES OF THE EAR AND                 M i_i_____--_--_~____      2
MASTOID PROCESS (380-389)              F ____-__------------
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
4 5
5 3
3       10 9 5 5 4 4
VII. DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (390-458)
CHRONIC RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (393-398)
393 OISEASES OF PERICARDIUM M -
F -
394 DISEASES OF MITRAL VALVE M -
F _   _   _
394.0    SPECIFIED AS RHEUMATIC M -
I    -   5
6   6   131
2   13   2   2-1-
33654533
394.9   NOT SPECIFIED AS RHEUMATIC
395   OISEASES OF AORTIC VALVE
395.0   SPECIFIED AS RHEUMATIC
395.9   NOT SPECIFIED AS RHEUMATIC
396   DISEASES OF MITRAL ANO AORTIC VALVES
396.0    SPECIFIED AS RHEUMATIC
396.9   NOT SPECIFIED AS RHEUMATIC
397   DISEASES OF OTHER ENDOCARDIAL STRUCTURES M
397.0   TRICUSPID VALVE
397.9   OTHER AND NOS, SPECIFIED RHEUMATIC
398   OTHER. SPECIFIED RHEUMATIC
HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE (400-404)
400   MALIGNANT HYPERTENSION
400.0 WITHOUT ORGAN DAMAGE
400.1 WITH HEART INVOLVEMENT
400.2 WITH CEREBROVASCULAR INVOLVEMENT
400-9 WITH MULTIPLE ORGAN INVOLVEMENT
2   2   6   9
14   7   3   3   2
610  12  11    9  11   8   9
401    ESSENTIAL BENIGN HYPERTENSION
402   HYPERTENSIVE HEART DISEASE
13   3   2
3   3   5
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
403 HYPERTENSIVE RENAL DISEASE
404 HYPERTENSIVE HEART AND RENAL DISEASE
TOTAL       HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE (400-404)
ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE (410-414)
410    ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
1    2   2
15   3   5
6   9   9   7
6  11  10  14
410.0   WITH HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE
1    6   8
410.9   WITHOUT HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE
411    OTHER ACUTE AND SUBACUTE FORMS
411.0   WITH HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE
411.9    WITHOUT HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE
412    CHRONIC ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE
412.1    WITH 400-404, WITH OR WITHOUT 4122
412.2   CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE WITH 400-404
412.3   WITHOUT 400-404, WITH OR WITHOUT 4124  M
412.4   CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE WITHOUT 400-404 M
2   4   6
413   ANGINA PECTORIS
413.9   WITHOUT HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE
ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE (410-414)
9  17  43  89
OTHER FORMS OF HEART DISEASE (420-429)
420 ACUTE PERICARDITIS. NONRHEUMATIC M
F
421 ACUTE AND SUBACUTE ENDOCARDITIS M
F
421.0   BACTERIAL M
F
422 ACUTE MYOCARDITIS M
F
423 CHRONIC PERICARDITIS, NONRHEUMATIC        M
1   -   -
424   CHRONIC DISEASE OF ENDOCARDIUM
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
424.1    OF AORTIC VALVE. NONRHEUMATIC
424.9   OF OTHER ENDOCARDIAL STRUCTURES
425 CARDIOMYOPATHY
426 PULMONARY HEART DISEASE
427   SYMPTOMATIC HEART DISEASE
2   6   3
427.0 CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
427.1 LEFT VENTRICULAR FAILURE
427.2 CARDIAC ARREST NOS
427.3 OTHER HEART BLOCK
427.4 ATRIAL FIBRILLATION OR FLUTTER
427.5 PAROXYSMAL TACHYCARDIA
427.6 VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION OR FLUTTER
427.9 OTHER DISORDERS OF HEART RYTHM
428 OTHER MYOCARDIAL INSUFFICIENCY
429 ILL-DEFINED HEART DISEASE
429.0 CARDIAC ENLARGEMENT AND HYPERTROPHY
429.9 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED HEART DISEASE
TOTAL OTHER FORMS OF HEART DISEASE
(420-429)
CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE (430-438)
430 SUBARACHNOID HEMMORHAGE
430.0 WITH HYPERTENSION (BENIGN)
430.9 WITHOUT HYPERTENSION
431 CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE
13   7    3   8   4
3   4   7  10   6  10
8   5   2   2
431.0    WITH HYPERTENSION (BENIGN)
431.9   WITHOUT HYPERTENSION
4   6   4  12  11    6   6
9   6  11
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80 85+ TOTAL
LIST.                 CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
432 OCCLUSION OF PRECEREBRAL ARTERIES         M __-______-_ii454__2 17
F ________--_i_i_1_i3 7
432.0    WITH HYPERTENSION (BENIGN)                M __---________2-2---      4
F __--_________!___!! 3
432.9   WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                       M ______-_-_-ii252--2 13
F __--_______1___l__2 4
433 CEREBRAL THROMBOSIS                          M ----------    1    5   5  10  16  29  44  47  59 216
F ------   1   ------   J   3  IE  21  3B  68  86 230
433.0    WITH HYPERTENSION (BENIGN)                M __________i___23i3_ i0
F __________    ---2445711 33
433.9   WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                       M -----------   5   5  10  14  26  43  44  59 206
F -----1------118I7  33  6175 197
434 CEREBRAL EMBOLISM                             M _________-_____2-13 6
F _______________]__! a
434.9   WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                       M ___--__________2_i3 a
F _______________!__! 2
436 ACUTE ILL-DEFINED CEREBROVASCULAR         M 1    -   -   -    1    1    2    1    7  12  32  39  43  68  89 296
F ---------1-479  20  34  53  72 148 348
436.0          WITH   HYPERTENSION    (BENIGN)                                          M __----_--___          [4/55575 33
F -----------16451010138 57
436.9   WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                       M -                  1   -   -   -    1    1    2    1    6   8  26  34  38  61  84 263
F --   -_-_   __   _    1          _   3    1         5  15  24  43  59 140 291
437 GENERALIZED CEREBROVASCULAR ISCHEMIA      M ------------33  11   17  19  36  63 152
F --   --   --   -___   __   _    1   10  12  32  59 135 249
437.0    WITH HYPERTENSION (BENIGN)                M _____-_-____1_l_1_2 5
F _________-___!    1--38 13
437.9   WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                       M ------------23  10  17  18  36  61 147
F __----__--____9i2  32  56 127 236
438 OTHER    AND    ILL-DEFINED   CEREBROVASCULAR             M _____________          12-263 14
F ___---_____i__i212e 15
438.0    WITH HYPERTENSION (BENIGN)                M __-_---______    i____! 2
F ______________!!!_! 4
438.9   WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                       M ______________2_262 12
F ___________l___1_27 11
TOTAL       CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE (430-438)     M -   -   -   -    1    -   -    2   5  10  11  27  31  56  93 117 129 178 235 897
F -   -   -   -   -   2   -   4   5  10  16  16  26  32  65  93 154 233 427 10e3
DISEASES OF ARTERIES.  ARTERIOLES AND CAPILLARIES (440-448)
440 ARTERIOSCLEROSIS                              M ----------    -12486  13  32  66 132
F __________    ___2    64  12  38  86 150
440.0   OF AORTA                                     M ___________________
F _________________]._ 1
440.2   OF ARTERIES OF THE EXTREMITIES           M ____________    i______ j
F ___________________
440.9         GENERALIZED   AND   UNSPECIFIED                                      M ___________!           I486       13      32       66 131
F ----------          ---2          64       12       37      88 149
441 AORTIC ANEURYSM (NONSYPHILITIC)            M ----------   2   3   5  14  21  35  22  25  22 149
F ------------51    187  11   17 50
441.0   DISSECTING                                   M _____-_-_-_ii44a33- 24
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
441.1    THORACIC
441.2   ABDOMINAL
3   5  11  20
441.9   UNSPECIFIED
6  10   5
442   OTHER ANEURYSM
443   OTHER PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE
443.1    THR0MB0-ANGIITI5 OBLITERANS
443.9   UNSPECIFIED
444   ARTERIAL EMBOLISM AND THROMBOSIS
1    8   6
1    4   2   4  13
444.0   OF ADBOMINAL AORTA
OF OTHER AORTA
444.2   OF MESENTERIC ARTERY
7   6   4   3
10     19
444.3   OF RENAL ARTERY
444.4   OF ARTERIES OF THE EXTREMITIES
-   2   3
444.9   OF OTHER ANO UNSPECIFIED ARTERIES
445   GANGRENE
1    2  13
445.0   ARTERIOSCLEROTIC GANGRENE
1    2   9
445.9   GANGRENE NEC
446   POLYARTERITIS NODOSA AND OTHER
446.0   POLYARTERITIS NODOSA
446.1    HEMMORHAGIC PULMONARY RENAL SYNDROME
446.4   CRANIAL ARTERITIS
446.5   THROMBOTIC MICROANGIOPATHY
446.9   OTHER
447   OTHER DISEASES, ARTERIES ANO ARTERIOLES  M
448   OISEASES OF CAPILLARIES
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
DISEASES, VEINS, LYMPHATICS; OTHER DISEASES OF CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (450-458)
PULMONARY EMBOLISM AND INFARCTION M     _________
451    PHLEBITIS AND THROMBOPHLEBITIS
451.0   OF LOWER EXTREMITIES
451.9   OF OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED SITES
453   OTHER VENOUS EMBOLISM AND THROMBOSIS
454   VARICOSE VEINS OF LOWER EXTREMITIES
454.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED, WITHOUT ULCER   M
456   VARICOSE VEINS OF OTHER SITES
456.0    OF ESOPHAGUS
458    OTHER DISEASES OF CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
458.9   OHTER AND UNSPECIFIED
1    1    1
3   6    5   5
VIII. DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (460-519)
ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS, EXCEPT INFLUENZA (460-466)
ACUTE NASOPHARYNGITIS M     1
ACUTE  PHARYNGITIS
M
464   ACUTE LARYNGITIS AND TRACHEITIS
465    UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION
466   ACUTE BRONCHITIS AND BRONCHIOLITIS
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
TOTAL
CAUSE
INFLUENZA    (470-474)
INFLUENZA. UNQUALIFIED                       M ________    i-__ii_-i23 9
F _____________i_li29 14
INFLUENZA WITH PNEUMONIA                    M -------1---11112227 18
F _-____-__-____-i527 15
INFLUENZA WITH DIGESTIVE MANIFESTATIONS  M -_-_____-__i-__-__i 2
F ___________________
INFLUENZA WITH NERVOUS MANIFESTATIONS     M ___________________
F ______________i-_-_ i
INFLUENZA (470-474)                     M -------11--2221234H 29
F __-_______-_-!    1264  16 30
PNEUMONIA (480-486)
VIRAL PNEUMONIA                               M 6J---------11----11 11
F 21    ---------    11-1    --11 8
PNEUMOCOCCAL PNEUMONIA                       M --------1-21-232348 26
F _-__-_iii_____i_i_2 7
OTHER BACTERIAL PNEUMONIA                   M —   —   —   -1--   —   —   —   --    1    1    _^_i    _ 4
F ---------    i-i---   —    .-— 3
FRIEDLANDER'S BACILLUS                    M _--_-__--___i__-_i_ 2
F ___________________
HEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE                     M _--_i___-__________ 1
F ___________________
STAPHYLOCOCCUS                              M _----__-_____!_____ 1
F _--_-___-i_i_______ 2
OTHER                                         M __-_-____-__-__^___
F --_--__-________!__ 1
ACUTE INTERSTITIAL PNEUMONIA               M 5i---__-__-__i_____ 7
F 2-__-______________ 2
BRONCHOPNEUMONIA. UNSPECIFIED              M 4    1    2   -   -    1    1    2   -   2    2   4   6   7   811  27  39  93 210
F -1---1--112-5345  14  20  74 131
PNEUMONIA, UNSPECIFIED                       M 10   3   -   -    I          -         -   2   -    I    1    1    1448  12  16  36 100
F 41-----1-2---123  10  12  41 77
PNEUMONIA (480-486)                      M 25   6    2   -    2    1    1    4    1    3   5   7   9  15  15  21  42  61 138 358
F 83---          11224226488      26      33    116 228
BRONCHITIS,EMPYSEMA. AND ASTHMA (490-493)
BRONCHITIS. UNQUALIFIED                     M 2----------------11 4
F _--_-_______-_!__!_ 2
CHRONIC BRONCHITI5                           M ----------    1    4   4   13  22  37  20  33  28 162
F -----1-   -11   13321-555.7 35
EMPHYSEMA                                      M -   -    _   -   _    1    _   _   _   2    1    5   5  10  25  30  31  20  20 150
F ---------   1-5   1   6-   2735 32
ASTHMA
3   2
20
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
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 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
OTHER DISEASES OF UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT (500-508)
CHRONIC PHARYNGITIS AND NASOPHARYNGITIS  M -____-____________i      j
F ___________________
CHRONIC NASOPHARYNGITIS                   M _-________________1      !
F ___________________
OTHER DISEASES OF UPPER RESPIRATORY       M _____________    i____(      2
TRACT                                           F ___________________
■   PARALYSIS, VOCAL CORDS OR LARYNX        M _-________________i      i
F ___________________
RETROPHARYNGEAL ABSCESS                   M _--__-__--___!_____      j
F ___________________
OTHER OISEASES OF UPPER                 M _____________    i____2      3
RESPIRATORY TRACT (500-508)            F ___________________
OTHER DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY SVSTEM (510-519)
PLEURI5Y                                        M _-_-____-_-________
F !-_--___-__-_______      j
WITHOUT EFFUSION OR TUBERCULOSIS        M __-____-_-_-____-__
F !______-___________      I
ABSCESS   OF   LUNG                                                                                  M ---__--_          i__--______                i
F -----.--,---         -___-___-                 i
PULMONARY CONGESTION AND HYPOSTASIS       M 2----------------23      7
F 4______i_1______-i2      9
PNEUMOCONIOSIS, SILICA AND SILICATES      M _-_-___-__-_-i32i14     12
F ___________________
SILICOSIS                                    M _____________    1321-2      9
F ___________________
ANTHRACOSILICOSIS                          M __________________!      j
F ___________________
OTHER, INCLUDING PNEUMOCONIOSIS NOS     M _-_-_-___--_-____ii      2
F ___________________
OTHER CHRONIC INTERSTITIAL PNEUMONIA      M -----1---11-1-33214     17
F ____________-_-_i52      8
BRONCHIECTASIS                                M ---------2-2    1-11321     13
F _-_-_--__ii--21-221     10
OTHER DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY SYSTEM      M ----1-----2236  17  10  13  12  16     82
F 11--------23112-733    24
ACUTE EDEMA OF LUNG                     M _-_-______-_-_-i-_-     i
F 1_________i_-_-_i_-     3
OTHER OISEASES OF LUNG                       M ______________2--lI       4
F _-________!_____!!_     3
CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASE        M ----------2236  15   9  13  11   15     76
F ___-_______3ii    1-4-3     13
OTHER M____l______________      1
F _i____________i_i2_      5
OTHER DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY         M 2-   -   -    1    1    --    1    3   3   4   5   7  24  16  19  18  28    132
SYSTEM (510-519)                         F 61-----1-233133-10  12   8     53
DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY       M 37   6   2   -   4    3   2   5   4   8  11  26  26  51  92 107 115 140 231    870
SYSTEM (460-519)                    F 19   5    1    2   2   2   3   3   3   9   7  16  11  18  19  19  54  61 156   410
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT.
LIST. CAUSE
IX. DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (520-577)
DISEASES OF ORAL CAVITY. SALIVARY GLANDS AND JAWS (520-529)
525   OTHER. TEETH AND SUPPORTING STRUCTURES   M -
F _____
525.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M _   _    -   _   -
F -
527   DISEASES OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS            M -
527.2   SIALOADENITIS
DISEASES OF E50PHAGUS. STOMACH, AND DUODENUM (530-537)
530 DISEASES OF ESOPHAGUS                        M ____-_______2ii_-_i
F ________   __-_i_2i_-i
530.1    INFLAMMATORY DISEASES                     M -_________-_-_i_-_i
F -______-_-_-i    ______
530.3 OBSTRUCTION                                 M ____________    ii___-_
F ______________2____
530.4 RUPTURE                                      M __-_-_______-_-_-__
F __________-____i-_i
530.9   OTHER                                         M -_-_-_-_____i_-_-_-
F ___________________
531 ULCER OF STOMACH                              H --------1-111453245
F -___---_____22-1515
531.0 WITH HEMMORRHAGE ONLY                     M --------1-111232233
F _____________2--113
531.1 WITH PERFORATION ONLY                     M ________-___-21----
F ____________i__i4_i
531.2 WITH HEMORRHAGE AND PERFORATION         M ___________________
F ____________!    ______
531.9   OTHER ANO UNSPECIFIED                     H -_-'_-_-•--____-   11-1   2
F __________________i
532 ULCER OF DUODENUM                             M __-_-___2-2-
F ____________
532.0 WITH HEMORRHAGE ONLY                       M __-_____i_i_
F ____________
532.1 WITH PERFORATION ONLY                     M ____________
F ____________
532.2 WITH HEMORRHAGE ANO PERFORATION         M ____________
F ____________
532.9    OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                        M __--_--_i_i_
F ____________
533 PEPTIC ULCER, SITE UNSPECIFIED             M ___________2
F ____________
533.0   WITH PERFORATION                           M __-_-_____-i
F ____________
533.9   WITHOUT MENTION OF PERFORATION           M _-_-__-_-_-i
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
534 GASTROJEJUNAL ULCER
534.0 WITH HEMORRHAGE ONLY
534.1 WITH PERFORATION ONLY
535 GASTRITIS AND DUODENITIS
536 DISORDERS OF FUNCTION OF STOMACH
536.1    DISORDERS OF GASTRIC MOTILITY
537 OTHER OISEASES. STOMACH AND DUODENUM
537.0   PYLORIC STENOSES, ACQUIRED
537.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
APPENDICITIS (540-543)
540    ACUTE APPENDICITIS M
F
540.0    WITH PERITONITIS M
F
TOTAL       APPENDICITIS (540-543) M
F
HERNIA OF ABDOMINAL CAVITY (550-553)
550 INGUINAL, WITHOUT OBSTRUCTION M
F
551 OTHER ABDOMINALES, WITHOUT OBSTRUCTION   M
UMBILICAL
551.2    VENTRAL
DIAPHRAGMATIC
INGUINAL HERNIA .ITH OBSTRUCTION
1    1    1
553   OTHER, WITH OBSTRUCTION
553.0   FEMORAL
553.1    UMBILICAL
553.9   OF UNSPECIFIED SITE
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
00  01  OS  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
HERNIA OF ABDOMINAL CAVITY (550-553) M g______-__21--42255 30
F 2--------1-1--12323 15
OTHER DISEASES OF INTESTINE AND PERITONEUM (560-569)
INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION WITHOUT HERNIA     M --11-1--1111-32--48 24
F __--i_-i___ii23i379 29
PARALYTIC ILEUS                             M _--______i__---____ l
F _________________i- i
VOLVULUS                                     M ---1-1----11-11--23 11
F __--i-_i_____-3-_31 9
IMPACTION OF INTESTINE                    M ----__________----2 2
F ______________-___i i
ADHESIONS WITH OBSTRUCTION               M -   I   -   - v ----.---_   %          %          -   -   J 5
F _---_______ii2--122 9
i   OTHER AND UN5PECIFIED                     M _---________-i--_i3 5
F _______________i2i5 9
DIVERTICULA OF INTESTINE                    M ----------111121211 11
F ______-___---33527i3 33
COLON                                                                                                           M _---______ii           1121211 11
F -----__--____33527i3 33
CHRONIC ENTERITIS AND ULCERATIVE COLITIS M -----1-1--1---11111 8
F ----------2-    I    ___    1-1 5
REGIONAL ENTERITIS                         M _____i____i________ 2
F ____________!______ 1
ULCERATIVE COLITIS                         M __--___i______iiiii 6
F __________2-----l-l 4
PERITONITIS                                    M _---__i_____i___-i- 3
F -_--________i__i___ 2
UNSPECIFIED                                 M ------   1   Z.   __■__   1   _-_-_.  __ 3
F ____________    !__!___ 2
PERITONEAL ADHESIONS                      M ----______-_______! 1
F ___________________
OTHER. INTESTINES AND PERITONEUM         M --------   1   -  ; -   3   -   1   1   2   3   1 - 3   7 22
F ---------11-2112229 21
OTHER RECTAL AND ANAL DISEASES           M _---_____________i_ 1
F ____________________
PERFORATION, ULCERATION, INTESTINE NOS M _-_-___i__3____i_i_ fi
F —   —   -   —   —   -   —   —   -1    1-   —   --1    1-- 4
OTHER                                         M ------------1122117 15
F _---________2111129 17
OTHER DISEASES OF INTESTINE AND       M --11-2121    16235754  10  18 69
PERITONEUM (560-569)                    F ----1--1-13156798  16  32 90
DISEASES OF LIVER. GALLBLADDER, AND PANCREAS (570-577)
ACUTE AND SUBACUTE NECROSIS OF LIVER       M _---_________!_____ 1
F ______i________i___ 2
CIRRHOSIS OF LIVER                        M -   -   -   -   -   1   -   7   9  23  36  45  53  30  34  21   5   4   3 271
F -             -   -    1    6   4  11    9  13  31  26  16  12   5    1    3    1 139
ALCOHOLIC                                                                                               M -          -          -          -          -          -          -          6          31823      32      35       20       20          8          -          1          - 166
F ------62649      21        19          761--- 81
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
571.8 OTHER SPECIFIED M
F
571.9 UNSPECIFIED M
F
572 SUPPURATIVE HEPATITIS AND LIVER ABSCESS  M
F
573 OTHER DISEASES OF LIVER M
-   2    3   2
4   5   91111    8  10  11    4   2
573.0   HEPATITIS NOS
573.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
574   CHOLELITHIASIS
574.0    WITH ACUTE CHOLECYSTITIS
574.1    WITH CHOLECYSTITIS, OTHER
574.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
575   CHOLECYSTITITIS WITHOUT CALCULUS
576.0    OBSTRUCTION
576.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
577   OISEASES OF PANCREAS
577.0   ACUTE PANCREATITIS
577.1    CHRONIC PANCREATITIS
!______!_
____!_!__
1113-1323
-31212111
--12-1223
-21212111
577.9 OTHER
X. DISEASES OF THE GENITOURINARYSYSTEM (580-629)
NEPHRITIS AND NHPHROSIS (580-584)
580   ACUTE NEPHRITIS M     _   -   -
581    NEPHROTIC SYNDROME
582   CHRONIC NEPHRITIS
-   -    1    3   2   3   -
6   2   2   3
 600
602
607
DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
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 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
NEPHRITIS, UNQUALIFIED                       M __________--_i_--_- i
F 1-_-__t__---_-i-i-i 5
RENAL SCLEROSIS. UNQUALIFIED               M ________-___--____-
F _____!____--___---- i
NEPHRITIS AND NEPHROSIS (580-564)     M -----21-121125   4   6223 32
F 1----11--1323-226-6 28
OTHER DISEASES OF URINARY SYSTEM (590-599)
INFECTIONS OF KIDNEY                         M --------1-1-1    168711   10 46
F ---------121-1431  11    7 31
CHRONIC    PYELONEPHRITIS                                                      M ----------          1          -         -   .-    _          54         4         8         7 27
F __--_____i--_          122-53 14
OTHER PYELONEPHRITIS                       M ___-__-_i---i_i4362 18
F __________2i__iii64 16
OTHER                                         M __________--___---i i
F _________--___i-___ i
CALCULUS OF KIDNEY AND URETER            M ________-_____ii_-_ 2
F _-_-___---------i-- l
OTHER   DISEASES   OF   KIDNEY    AND   URETER                   M -1--1--1----21-1127 17
F ______________          13423 13
OTHER RENAL DISEASE                        M _i__i__i_-__2__ll27 16
F __________--_-_3423 12
OBSTRUCTION OF URETER NEC                 M ___-_________i_____ i
F __________-___i_-_- i
CYSTITIS                                   M __---____-_-___---i i
F _____________    i____- i
OTHER DISEASES OF BLADDER                   M _---_____---_-i---i 2
F _________-_i______i 2
FISTULA                                      M .___-_____---__-----
F __________________! i
CONTRACTURE                                 M _---___-----------i 1
F ___________________
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M ___-______--__i_-_- i
F ___________i______- i
STRICTURE OF URETHRA                         M _________________-2 2
F __________-_____---
OTHER DISEASES OF URINARY TRACT            M __________-____!    122 6
F ________________i_2 3
URINARY TRACT INFECTION NEC              M _______-___-__-ii21 5
F ___-____________i_2 3
OTHER AND NOS                           M ____________--____i i
F ___-______-____-__-
OTHER DISEASES OF URINARY              M -1--1--11-1-3281I9  15  23 76
SYSTEM (590-599)                         F ---------122-2   5671313 51
DISEASES OF MALE GENITAL ORGANS (600-607)
HYPERPLASIA OF PROSTATE                     M __---___---__l2254  11 25
OTHER DISEASES OF PROSTATE                  M ___________-l___--l 2
OTHER MALE GENITAL ORGANS                   M _--___--____i___-_-      i
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00      01       05       10       15      20       25      30       35      40       45      50       55      60       65       70      75      80   85+   TOTAL
LIST. CAUSE -01    -04   -09   -14   -19   -24   -29   -34   -39   -44   -49   -54   -59   -64    -69   -74   -79   -84
607.9 OTHER M ____-___-_-_i______ i
TOTAL       DISEASES OF MALE GENITAL ORGANS       M     ------------212254  12     28
(600-607)
OISEASES OF BREAST, OVARY, FALLOPIAN TUBE, AND PARAMETRIUM (610-616)
614   SALPINGITIS AND OOPHORITIS NOS F    _--_-___-_-_-__i___      j
TOTAL       DISEASES OF BREAST. OVARY. FALLOPIAN F     _______________    i___      i
TUBE. AND PARAMETRIUM (610-616)
DISEASES OF UTERUS AND OTHER FEMALE GENITAL ORGANS (620-629)
622    INFECTIVE OISEASES OF UTERUS (EXCEPT      F     -__.-.__-_._._   __., _--■___      i
CERVIX), VAGINA. ANO VULVA
622.0    INFECTION OF UTERUS EXCEPT CERVIX       F     _____-_-____i______      i
TOTAL       DISEASES OF UTERUS AND OTHER F     ____________    j    ______      i
FEMALE GENITAL ORGANS (620-629)
TOTAL DISEASES OF THE GENITOURINARY     M     -    1    -        1    2    I    1    2   2   2    1    7   8  14  19  16  21  38    136
SYSTEM (580-629) F     1----11--2544279  13  13  19     81
XI. COMPLICATIONS OF PREGNANCY, CHILDBIRTH, AND PUERPERIUM (630-6781
ABORTION (640-645)
640    INDUCED FOR MEDICAL INDICATIONS F ___-!______________ i
640.0    WITH SEPSIS F -_-_i_-_-_-__-_____ i
TOTAL       ABORTION (640-645) F ____i_-_-__________ i
DELIVERY (650-662)
661    DELIVERY WITH OTHER COMPLICATIONS F _____!_______-___-_ j
661.8   OTHER SPECIFIED COMPLICATIONS F -_-_-i__-__________ i
TOTAL       DELIVERY (650-662) F _--_-i-_-_____-___- i
COMPLICATIONS OF PUERPERIUM (670-678)
674   CEREBRAL HEMMORHAGE IN PUERPERIUM F -_____i__-___-_____ i
TOTAL       COMPLICATIONS OF THE PUERPERIUM       F     _-__-_i__-_____-___      i
(670-678)
TOTAL COMPLICATIONS OF PREGNANCY,       F     ____ii]__________-_      3
CHILDBIRTH (630-6 78)
XII. DISEASE5 OF SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE (680-709)
INFECTIONS OF SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE (680-709)
682   OTHER CELLULITIS AND ABSCESS M     -_____________i2---      3
F     _________i_____2--l      4
682. 1    TRUNK M     ___________________
F     _________i_-___i___      2
682.4    LEG M     ______________i2_-_      3
F     ____________-__i__i      2
685   PILONIDAL CYST M     ____-_-__-___-__-_-
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
OTHER    INFECTIONS       SKIN.    SUBCUTANEOUS
686.9 OTHER
OTHER INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS OF SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE (690-698)
694   PEMPHIGUS M     ________
F     ________
696   PSORIASIS AND SIMILAR OISORDERS M     ________
F     ________
696.1    OTHER PSORIASIS M     ---_----
OTHER DISEASES OF SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE (700-709)
CHRONIC ULCER OF SKIN M -
707.0   DECUBITUS ULCER
707.1    LOWER EXTREMITY
XIII. DISEASES OF MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE (710-738)
ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM (710-718)
712.3   OTHER RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
713   OSTEOARTHRITIS AND ALLIED CONDITIONS
713.0   OSTEOARTHRITIS
713.1    SPONDYLITIS OSTEOARTHRITICA
714   OTHER SPECIFIED FORMS OF ARTHRITIS
714.9   OTHER
715   ARTHRITIS UNSPECIFIED
716   POLYMYOSITIS AND OERMATOMYOSITIS
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00       01       05       10       15      20       25
LIST.                                             CAUSE
716.0 DERMATOMYOSITIS                                                                            M __________          !________
F ___________________
716.1 POLYMYOSITIS                                                                                     M ------___--________
F ___-_________!_____
-IHEUMATISM.    EXCEPT                         M ----------2122-2213
F ----------111445967
OSTEOMYELITIS AND OTHER DISEASES OF BONE AND JOINT (720-729)
720 OSTEOMYELITIS AND PERIOSTITIS              M __---____-______!__
F ___________________
720.2 UNSPECIFIED OSTEOMYELITIS                 M _----____---____    i__
F ___________________
721 OSTEITIS DEFORMANS                           M ___________________
F _______-__________!
723 OTHER DISEASES OF BONE                       M __--_-____-________
F __---____-___i-_i22
723.0   OSTEOPOROSIS                                M __---____--________
F ____--___-_-____121
723.2   SPONTANEOUS FRACTURE                       M ___________________
F __-_______________j
723.9          OTHER   DISEASES   OF   BONE                                                      M __---____--________
F _____________!_____
724 INTERNAL DERANGEMENT OF JOINT              M -______--    i___-_____
F ___________________
724.5   OTHER KNEE DERANGEMENT                    M _________    !-________
F ___________________
725 DISPLACEMENT OF INTERVERTEBRAL DISC       M __---_-__--_ii_____
F ___________________
725.0 CERVICAL                                     M __---____--__i_____
F ___________________
725.1 LUMBAR AND LUMBOSACRAL                    M __---____--_    !______
F __---____-_________
729   OTHER DISEASE5 OF JOINT                     M __---____-____-    i___
F ________________    i__
729.5   DISEASE HIP NEC                             H __---_-__---___i_-_
OTHER DISEASES OF MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM (730-738)
733 OTHER DISEASES. MUSCLE, TENDON FASCIA     M -
F _    _    -
733.2    MYOSITIS OSSIFICANS M _   _   -
F -
734 DIFFUSE DISEASES OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE     M -
F -
734.0 PROGRESSIVE SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS M -
F -
734.1 SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSIS M -
:
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
OO  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
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M ___________________
F __________-___-i___ i
OTHER DISEASES OF MUSCULOSKELETAL     M _--ii_-3_----_i-i_- 7
SYSTEM (730-738)                         F ---1-1-31--1-114-12 16
DISEASES! MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM M ---11--3-1213313413 27
AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE (710-738)  F ---1-1-31-121659  119  12 62
XIV. CONGENITAL ANOMALIES (740-759)
NERVOUS SYSTEM (740-743)
ANENCEPHALUS                                   M 4_______-_--____-__ 4
F 2------------------ 2
SPINA BIFIDA                                   M 4___________-_--__- 4
F 4__________________ 4
WITH HYDROCEPHALUS                         M 3__________________ 3
F 3____________-_____ 3
WITHOUT HYDROCEPHALUS                     M !__________________ 1
F !__________________ 1
CONGENITAL HYDROCEPHALUS                    M _3_______---______- 3
F 2__________________ 2
OTHER OF NERVOUS SYSTEM                     M 2__i_______________ 3
F _____i___-_i_______ 2
MICROCEPHALUS                               M 2-_i________----___ 3
F ___________________
OTHER SPECIFIED ANOMALIES, BRAIN        M --___________--____
F _--________i_-_____ 1
UNSPECIFIED ANOMALIES OF BRAIN, SPINAL M _--_________----___
CORD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM                   F _____i_________-___ 1
NERVOUS SYSTEM (740- 743)              M 10   3-1    --------------- 14
F a----l-----l------- 10
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (746-747)
CONGENITAL ANOMALIES OF HEART              H19   2312-1---1-1-1---- 31
F22   34-11--1------1--- 33
COMMON TRUNCUS                              M ___________________
F 2------------------ 2
TRANSPOSITION OF GREAT VESSELS          M 5__i_______________ a
F 31_________________ 4
TETRALOGY OF FALLOT                        M i__________-_-____- 1
F 2_i_i___1______-___ S
VENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECT                 M 3ii_______-__---__- 5
F 4_i__i_____________ 6
ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECT                       M —    1    i_______i__-   —   —   ___ 3
F i___________--_____ 1
OSTIUM ATRIOVENTRICULARE COMMUNE         M __i__________--____ 1
F _!!___________-____ 2
OF HEART VALVE                              M 3_________--__i--__ 4
F 4__________-----__- 4
FIBROELASTOSIS CORDIS                     M ____!_______----__- 1
F ___________________
OTHER SPECIFIED OF HEART                  M 2-________-_i__--__ 3
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
746.9   UNSPECIFIED OF HEART M
F
747 OTHER M
F
747.0 PATENT DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS M
F
747.1 COARCTATION OF AORTA M
F
747.2 OTHER OF AORTA M
F
747.3 STENOSIS OF PULMONARY ARTERY M
F
747.4 ANOMALIES OF GREAT VEINS M
F
747.6   OTHER OF PERIPHERAL VACULAR SYSTEM      M
F
747.9   UNSPECIFIED. CIRCULATORY M
F
TOTAL-      RCULATORY SYSTEM (746-747) M
F
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (746-749)
748 CONGENITAL ANOMALIES. RESPIRATORY M
F
748.3   OTHER OF LARYNX, TRACHEA AND BRONCHUS  M
F
746.5 AGENESIS OF LUNG M
F
748.6 OTHER OF LUNG M
F
749 CLEFT PALATE AND CLEFT LIP M
F
749.2 CLEFT   PALATE   WITH   CLEFT   LIP M
, F
TOTAL       RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (748-749) M
F
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (750-751)
750 OTHER. UPPER ALIMENTARY TRACT M
F
750.2    TRACHED-ESOPHAGEAL FISTULA M
F
750.8   OTHER SPECIFIED M
F
751 OTHER ANOMALIES, DIGESTIVE SYSTEM M
F
751.0    MECKEL'S DIVERTICULUM M
751.1    ANOMALIES OF INTESTINAL FIXATION
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
00  01  05  10  IS  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80 85 +
CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
HIRSCHSPRING S DISEASE                    M _________----___---
F i_________   _________
OTHER OF INTESTINE                         M 3__________--___-_-
F ___________________
ATRESIA OF BILIARY DUCTS                  M i__________-______-
F ___________________
UNSPECIFIED OF DIGESTIVE SYSTEM         M ________-_---___---
F !__________________
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (750-751)             M 6   1   -------'---------   J    1
F 2______-________i__
GENITO-URINARY SYSTEM (752-753)
OF URINARY SYSTEM                             M 6   —   -----   ---1    1    1    -   —    1-1   —
F !__________________
RENAL AGENESIS                              M 2_______-----______
F ___________________
CYSTIC KIDNEY DISEASE                     M 2---------111--1-1-
F !__________________
OBSTRUCTION OF URINARY TRACT             M i________---_______
F ___________________
EXTROPHY OF URINARY BLADDER              M 1    _______-----_____-
F ___________________
GENITO-URINARY SYSTEM (752-7531       M 6---------111--1-1-
F i__________________
LIMBS AND MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM (754-756)
OTHER CONGENITAL ANOMALIES OF              M 2i-_-_--_-i-_______
MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM                       F i__________________
SKULL AND FACE BONES                       M i--_____--_________
F ___________________
CHONDRODYSTROPHY                           M __________    !________
F i________-_--______
OTHER GENERALIZED SKELETAL               M _i_---_____-_______
F ___________________
OTHER SPECIFIED OF MUSCLE, TENDON ANO  M i__________________
FASCIA                                       F _-__--__-_---______
LIMBS AND MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM      M 21--------1--------
(754-756)                                  F !__________________
OTHER (757-759)
CONGENITAL ANOMALIES, OTHER AND NOS       M i_----_____________
F ___________________
OTHER SPECIFIED                             M i--_-_-____________
F ___________________
CONGENITAL    SYNOROMES   OF   MULTIPLE   SYSTEMS   M 6——1—          1          1-—          i_——______
F 72-------I---------
SITUS INVERSUS                              M ___i_______________
F ___________________
DOWNS DISEASE                               M 3-__________-_____-
F ii_______i_________
OTHER DUE TO AUTOSOMAL ABNORMALITY      M ___________________
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
759.8 OTHER SPECIFIED SYNDROMES                 M -
F -
759.9 MULTIPLE CONGENITAL ANOMALIES NOS       M 3 -   -   -
F 2 -   -   -
TOTAL       OTHER (757-759)                           M 7 -   -    I
F 7 2--
TOTAL            CONGENITAL ANOMALIES (740-759)    M 63 I1    3   3
F 44 6   4
XV. CERTAIN CAUSES OF PERINATAL MORTALITY (760-778)
CONDITIONS IK MOTHER (760-763)
761    OTHER MATERNAL. UNRELATED TO PREGNANCY   M 2 -   -   -
761.1    DIABETES MELLITUS
761.5    INJURY
761.6   OPERATION
762   TOXEMIA OF PREGNANCY
PRE-ECLAMPSIA OF PREGNANCY
763   MATERNAL ANTE AND INTRAPARTUM INFECTION  M
1   -   -
763.1    OTHER GENITOURINARY
763.9   OTHER
CONDITIONS IN MOTHER (760-763)
2   -   -   -
2   -   -
3   -   -
DIFFICULT LABOR (764-768)
766 DIFFICULT LABOR. MALPOSITION OF FETUS
766.0   WITH BIRTH INJURY TO BRAIN
766.4   WITH ASPHYXIA
766.9   WITHOUT BIRTH INJURY OR ASPHYXIA
767 DIFFICULT LABOR* ABNORMAL LABOR FORCES
767.4   WITH ASPHYXIA
768.4   WITH ASPHYXIA
OIFFICULT LABOR (764-768)
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
OTHER    (769-779)
769.0    INCOMPETENT CERVIX
769.1    PREMATURE RUPTURE OF MEMBRANES
769.2   HYDRAMNIOS
769.4   MULTIPLE PREGNANCY
769.9   OTHER
770    CONDITIONS OF PLACENTA
770.0   PLACENTA PREVIA
770.1    PREMATURE SEPARATION OF PLACENTA
770.2   PLACENTAL INFARCTION
770.8   OTHER
770.9   UNSPECIFIED
771   CONDITIONS OF UMBILICAL CORD
771.1    PROLAPSE WITHOUT COMPRESSION
771.9   OTHER
772   BIRTH INJURY WITHOUT MENTION OF CAUSE
772.0   TO BRAIN
772.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
775.9   WITHOUT MENTION OF CAUSE
776   ANOXIC AND HYPOXIC CONDITIONS NEC
776.0    ASPIRATION OF CONTENT OF BIRTH CANAL
776.1    HYALINE MEMBRANE DISEASE
776.2   RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
776.4 INTRAUTERINE   ANOXIA
776.9 ASPHYXIA   OF   NEWBORN   NOS
777 IMMATURITY, UNQUALIFIED
778 OTHER CONDITIONS OF FETUS OR NEWBORN
778.2   HEMORRHAGIC 01SEASE OF NEWBORN
778.9   OTHER
TOTAL       OTHER (769—779)
XVI. SYMPTOMS AND ILL-DEFINED CONDITIONS (780-796)
SYMPTOMS REFERABLE TO SYSTEMS OR ORG ANS (780-796)
781.7   ENCEPHALOPATHY
ACUTE HEART FAILURE, NOS
783    SYMPTOMS REFERABLE TO RESPIRATORY SYSTEM M
783.1    HEMOPTYSIS
786.0    PAIN REFERABLE TO URINARY SYSTEM
788   OTHER GENERAL SYMPTOMS
788.9    SYMPTOMS NOT CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE
SENILITY AND ILL-DEFINED DISEASES (790-796)
792   UREMIA M
F
794   SENILITY WITHOUT PSYCHOSIS M
F
796   OTHER ILL-DEFINED AND UNKNOWN CAUSES      M   32
F    16
796.0    OTHER ILL-DEFINED CONDITIONS M
L
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
796.2 FOUND DEAD (CAUSE UNKNOWN)
796.3 DIED WITHOUT SIGN OF DISEASE
796.9   UNKNOWN AND UNSPECIFIED CAUSES
3   4    3   2
11-2
2   2    1    6  17
E  XVII. ACCIDENTS. POISONINGS. AND VIOLENCE (E800-E999)
RAILWAY ACCIDENTS (EB00-E807)
E800   COLLISION WITH ROLLING STOCK M -   _   _   -   _
F _   _   _   -   _
E600.0   RAILWAY EMPLOYEE M _____
F _____
E801    COLLISION WITH OTHER OBJECT M -   _   _   -   _
E801.0   RAILWAY EMPLOYEE
E804   FALL IN, ON. OR FROM TRAIN
E804.0   RAILWAY EMPLOYEE
E805   HIT BY ROLLING STOCK
E805.0   RAILWAY EMPLOYEE
E805.2   PEDESTRIAN
TOTAL       RAILWAY ACCIDENTS (EB00-E807) M
,F
MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS (E810-E819)
E810    COLLISION WITH TRAIN M
2    2   6
1    1
E610.0   DRIVER OF CAR. TRUCK, ETC.
1    1    1
E610.
PASSENGER IN CAR, TRUCK, ETC.
E810.9   UNSPECIFIED PERSON
E812   COLLISION WITH OTHEH MOTOR VEHICLE
E812.0   DRIVER OF CAR. TRUCK, ETC.
E812.1    PASSENGER IN CAR, TRUCK, ETC.
E612.2   MOTORCYCLIST
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
E812.3   PASSENGER ON MOTORCYCLE
E812.9   UNSPECIFIED PERSON
E813   COLLISION WITH OTHER VEHICLE
3   3   2-
E813.6   PEDAL CYCLIST
E813.8   OTHER SPECIFIED PERSON
E814   COLLISION WITH PEDESTRIAN
- 6 7 3
6 3 1
15 5 5 6 3
E814.7 PEDESTRIA
-   6    7   3
15   5   5
E815   OTHER COLLISION
E815.0   DRIVER OF CAR, TRUCK, ETC.
E815.1    PASSENGER IN CAR, TRUCK, ETC.
E815.2   MOTORCYCLI ST
E815.3   PASSENGER ON MOTORCYCLE
2   -   -   -
E816   NONCOLLISION DUE TO LOSS OF CONTROL
E816.0   DRIVER OF CAR. TRUCK, ETC.
3 2 4      63      56       30 9       10 9
-1-4      21 85374
26  29  16    1    7   8
7   5   4   2
E816.1    PASSENGER IN CAR, TRUCK, ETC.
4  14  11    5   2
E816.2   MOTORCYCLIST
E816.3   PASSENGER ON MOTORCYCLE
E616.9   UNSPECIFIED PERSON
E817 NONCOLLISION. BOARDING OR ALIGHTING
E817.7   PEDESTRIAN
E81S OTHER NONCOLLISION
E818.0   DRIVER OF CAR, TRUCK, ETC.
E818.1    PASSENGER IN CAR, TRUCK, ETC.
E618.9   UNSPECIFIED PERSON
E819   UNSPECIFIED NATURE
3  12  13   4   5   6
2   4    11
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
DRIVER   OF   CAR.    TRUCK.    ETC.
E819.1 PASSENGER    IN   CAR,    TRUCK.    ETC.
E819.9 UNSPECIFIED   PERSON
111-1-
2  11   12   3   3   6
MOTOR VEHICLE NONTRAFFIC ACCIDENTS (E820-E823)
E820   COLLISION WITH MOVING OBJECT               M - 1
F - 1
E820.4   OCCUPANT OF STREET CAR                    M - -
F - -
E820.6   PEDAL CYCLIST                               M - -
F - -
E820.7   PEDESTRIAN                                   M - 1
E820.9   UNSPECIFIED PERSON
E82I    COLLISION WITH STATIONARY OBJECT
E821.2   MOTORCYCLIST
E822    WHILE BOARDING OR ALIGHTING
E822.1    PASSENGER IN CAR. TRUCK, ETC.
E823   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
E823.2    MOTORCYCLIST
E823.9   UNSPECIFIED PERSON
OTHER ROAO VEHICLE ACCIDENTS (E825-E827)
E826    PEDAL CYCLE ACCIDENT M
F
E826.1    PEDAL CYCLIST M
F
E827   OTHER NONMOTOR ROAD VEHICLE ACCIDENT      M
E627.8   OTHER SPECIFIED PERSON
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. OO  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80 65+ TOTAL
LIST.                 CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
#
TOTAL       OTHER ROAD VEHICLE ACCIDENTS           M __-i_ii_-_-_-______      3
(E825-E827)                               F __-ii__-i-__-_-_--_      3
WATER    TRANSPORT   ACCIDENTS    (E830-E838)
E830          ACCIDENT   TO   WATERCRAFT   WITH   SUBMERSION          M --2-       12          663713-31-----             44
F ___ii21____________                5
E830.0   OCCUPANT OF SMALL BOAT                    M --2-  12   643412-21-----     37
F ___1121____________      5
EB30.1    OCCUPANT OF OTHER WATERCRAFT, CREW      M __-___i_3_i_____-__      5
F ___________________
E830.2   OCCUPANT OF OTHER WATERCRAFT. NON-CREW M ______    i__-__i    _-_--_      2
F _________-__-_-_--_
E832   OTHER ACCIDENTAL SUBMERSION                 M -_--..  J   -  ' 2   -   _    1   2   -------   -      7
F ___________________
E832.0   OCCUPANT OF SMALL BOAT                    M -   -   -   -   1 ' ..-   2 -,  - .  -   1    1   -  . - .  -   -   -  ' -  - - ' --      5
F ___________________
E832.1    OCCUPANT. WATER CRAFT - CREW             M __________    j________      j
F ___________________
E832.2   OCCUPANT. WATER CRAFT - NON-CREW        M _i__-____-_________      1
F ___________________
E834   OTHER FALL FROM ONE LEVEL TO ANOTHER      M ______i__-__i_-__-_      2
F ___________________
E834.1          OCCUPANT,    WATER   CRAFT   -   CREW                                   M ______i__-____-____                j
F ___________________
E834.2    OCCUPANT, WATER CRAFT - NON-CREW        M __-______-__i____-_      1
F ___________________
E636   MACHINERY ACCIDENT                           M ______-____!    _______      \
F ___________________
E836.1    OCCUPANT, WATER CRAFT - CREW             M ____-______!__-__-_      \
F ___________________
E837   EXPLOSION. FIRE. BURNING                    M ____i-____2--l-----      4
F ____i______i_______      2
E837.1    OCCUPANT, WATER CRAFT - CREW             M -_-____-__-_-i--__-      1
F ___________________
E837.2   OCCUPANT. WATER CRAFT - NON-CREW        M ___________________
F __-_!-_-__   _________      1
E837.9    UNSPECIFIED PERSON                             M ____i_____2_-_--__-       3
F ___________i_______       1
E638   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED ACCIDENT             M __-__2_-i_-_-i___-_      4
F ___________________
E638.1    OCCUPANT, WATER CRAFT - CREW             M _____i__i_____-__-_      2
F ___________________
E838.3   DOCKERS, STEVEDORES                        M __--_i_-__-_-i--__-      2
F ___________________
TOTAL       WATER TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS              M -12-  14   893827143-----     62
(E830-E838)                            F -   -   -   1   2 .  2   1   -   -   -   -   1   ------   -     7
AIR AND SPACE TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS (E840-E845)
E840   POWERED AIRCRAFT AT TAKE-OFF OR LANDING  M ____i_2---l--------      4
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
E840.4   OCCUPANT OF AIRCRAFT, OTHER AND NOS
E840.9   UNSPECIFIED PERSON
E841   POWERED AIRCRAFT, OTHER AND NOS
3   4   5
E841.1    OCCUPANT OF MILITARY AIRCRAFT
E841.2   OCCUPANT OF COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT. CREW  M
E841.3   OTHER OCCUPANT OF COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT  M
E841.4   OCCUPANT OF AIRCRAFT, OTHER AND NOS
E842   UNPOWERED AIRCRAFT
E842.4   OCCUPANT OF AIRCRAFT, OTHER AND NOS
AIR ANO SPACE ACCIDENTS (E840-E845)   M
4   5    5   2
ACCIDENTAL POISONING BY DRUGS AND MEDICAMENTS (E850-E859)
ANALGESICS AND ANTIPYRETICS M
E853.0   OPIATES AND SYNTHETIC ANALOGUES
E853.1    SALICYLATES AND CONGENERS
ANILINE DERIVATIVES
E853.5   OTHER COAL TAR DERIVATIVES
E853.9   OTHER
E854   OTHER SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS
E854.0    BARBITURATES
E654.9   OTHER
E855   NERVOUS SYSTEM, PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC
E855,0    ANTIDEPRESSANTS
2   -    1
E855.1   TRANQUILIZERS
E8S6   OTHER NERVOUS DEPRESSANTS AND STIMULANTS M
1    3   2
12   2    1
1    1    1
AMPHETAMINE
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  25
LIST. CAUSE
E859   DRUGS AND MEDICAMENTS. OTHER AND NOS      M     -----421-212-
E859.9   DRUGS. UNSPECIFIED
1    1
4   6    1
ACCIDENTAL POISONING BY OTHER SOLID AND LIQUID SUBSTANCES (E860-E869)
E860    ALCOHOL                                         M ------23156985
F ___-____21511-
E864   PETROLEUM PRODUCTS AND OTHER SOLVENTS     M __-_-__!    i_____
ACCIDENTAL POISONING BY GASES AND VAPORS (E870-E877)
E871   PETROLEUM GAS IN MOBILE CONTAINERS        M -   -   -   -   1 ~ -   -   -   -   -   -   -    T         I
F _______-__!__-_
E873   MOTOR VEHICLE EXHAUST GAS                   M ____ii2-l------
F ____i    2    _________
E874   CARBON MONOXIDE. DOMESTIC FUEL             M ___2_2_-__-_i__
F _____________i_
E876   OTHER GASES ANO VAPORS                       M ____l__-__-____
F _______________
---2332-1---21-
F ___-ii____i__i_
ACCIDENTAL FALLS (E880-E887)
E880   ON OR FROM STAIRS OR STEPS                  M ___-__-__-35262
F ____________221
E881    ON OR FROM LADDERS OR SCAFFOLDING         M _____2----113--
F _______________
E882   FROM BUILDING OR OTHER STRUCTURE           M --1-2-----11111
F __-__-_----2--i
E884   OTHER, FROM ONE LEVEL TO ANOTHER           M ---32131213-222
F _i-_i-2--_-_ii_
ES85    ON SAME LEVEL FROM SLIPPING OR STUMBLING M _____________    i_
F -_--__--__-i--_
E886   ON SAME LEVEL FROM COLLISION OR PUSHING  M ___-_-____-----
F _______________
E887   OTHER ANO UN5PECIFIED FALL                  M 1
F _____!
TOTAL       ACCIDENTAL FALLS (EB80-E887)           M -    1    1    3   4    3
F -    1    -   -    1    1
ACCIDENTS CAUSED BY FIRES AND FLAMESIE890-E899)
E890    IN PRIVATE DWELLING                          M 2   6   3   2   2   3
F 2   3   -   -   -   4
E891    IN OTHER BUILDING OR STRUCTURE             M ______
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
E892 NOT IN BUILDING OR STRUCTURE
E893 IGNITION OF CLOTHING
E894 IGNITION OF HIGHLY INFLAMMABLE MATERIAL
E898 OTHER SPECIFIED FIRES OR FLAMES
E899 UNSPECIFIED FIRE
ACCIDENTS DUE TO NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS (E900-E909)
E901   EXCESSIVE COLD M    -   1    -   -   2   -
F     ______
E902   HIGH ANO LOW PRESSURE M     ______
F     ______
E904   HUNGER, THIRST, EXPOSURE AND NEGLECT      M     ______
1    1    1
E906   OTHER ACCIDENTS CAUSED BY ANIMALS
E909   OTHER NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS  M
OTHER ACCIDENTS (E9I0-E929)
DROWNING AND SUBMERSION
7  13  14   8   2
4   6   3   6
E910.0    IN RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES
5   9   5   11
E910.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
1    2   4
E911    INHALATION AND INGESTION OF FOOD
E912    INHALATION AND INGESTION OF OTHER OBJECT M
E913   ACCIDENTAL MECHANICAL SUFFOCATION
E913.0    IN BED OR CRADLE
E913.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
E91S   FOREIGN BODY. OTHER ORIFICE
E916   STRUCK BY FALLING OBJECT
4   2   5   2
llll
E917   STRIKING AGAINST OR STRUCK BY OBJECT
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
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 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
CAUGHT IN OR BETWEEN OBJECTS               M ----2231112-11-----     14
F ___________________
CUTTING OR PIERCING INSTRUMENTS            M -__--___i__-__i____      2
F __-__-_________!-__       J
OTHER MACHINERY                             M __-__-__i_______-__      i
F ___________________
OTHER                                         M ___________________
F _______________!___      i
UNSPECIFIED                                  M _____-________i____      l
F ___________________
FIREARM MISSILES                              M --123----1---------      7
F ___!____________-__      i
ACCIDENTALLY SELF-INFLICTED              M -.--i----!---,-----      2
F ___________________
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M __i22___--__-______      5
F ___i___-___-______-      1
EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL                            M _-____i___i___-___-      2
F ___________________
BLASTING MATERIALS                         M ______i__-__-__-__-      1
F ___________________
EXPLOSIVE GASES                             M ________-_!___-____      1
F ___________________
HOT SUBSTANCE, CORROSIVE LIQUID. STEAM   M ______i__i___-_____      2
F __________!_______!      2
ELECTRIC CURRENT                              M ---1-13111-2-------     10
F ___________________
HOME WIRING AND APPLIANCES               M ________-__!    -_--_--      1
F ___________________
INDUSTRIAL WIRING AND APPLIANCES        M __________-i__-___-      1
F ___________________
OTHER                                         M ___i_i2111---------      7
F ___________________
UNSPECIFIED                                 M ______i______-_____      1
F ___________________
VEHICLE ACCIDENTS NEC                        M -11-1-112---11-111-     12
F ___________________
MACHINERY ACCIDENTS NEC                     M ------   -1    _i_i___-___      3
F ________--_-_--_---
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                           M ----121-11211211---      14
F _______!______!_--!      3
OTHER ACCIDENTS (E910-E929)           M 16  26   7  14  24  27  27  11  16  14  13  13  11  12  13   6   3   3   1   257
F 863211211-413343115     50
SURGICAL AND MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS AND MISADVENTURES (E930-E936)
THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES, OTHER AND NOS     M ________-__-__2----      2
F _______i-__-__---_-      1
UNSPECIFIED                                  M ________-_____2----      2
F _______!-_____--___      1
SURGICAL AND MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS   M ___________---2-__-      2
AND  MISADVENTURES (E930-E936)        F _______    1    ___________      t
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
LATE EFFECTS QF ACCIDENTAL INJURY (E940-E949)
MOTOR VEHICLE M
E942   POISONING
E943   FALL
E946   OTHER
SUICIDE ANO SELF-INFLICTED INJURY (E950-E959)
E950   SDLID OR LIQUID SUBSTANCES M
F
E950.0    BARBITURIC ACID AND DERIVATIVES M
F
E950.1    SALICYLATES AND CONGENERS M
F
E950.2   PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC AGENTS H
F
E950.3   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED DRUGS M
F     -
E950.4   CORROSIVE AROMATICS M
6   6   4   6
1    1    1
E950.8   FLUORIDES
E950.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
E952   OTHER GASES
7   6   3    1
2   3    1
E952.0   MOTOR VEHICLE EXHAUST GAS
E952.1    OTHER CARBON MONOXIDE
E953   HANGING. STRANGULATION ANO SUFFOCATION   M
E954   SUBMERSION (DROWNING)
E955   FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES
E956   CUTTING AND PIERCING INSTRUMENTS
E957   JUMPING FROM HIGH PLACES
3 1 1
E958 OTHER   AND   UNSPECIFIED   MEANS
llll
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
HOMICIDE AND INJURY PURPOSELY INFLICTED BY OTHER PERSONS (E960-E969)
FIGHT. BRAWL* RAPE M -----11
F _______
HANGING ANO STRANGULATION M ______i
F _-___2-
SUBMERSION (DROWNING) M 1    1
F _______
FIREARMS ANO EXPLOSIVES M --2-393
F -   -   -   -   4    I    1
CUTTING AND PIERCING INSTRUMENTS M _   _   _   _   4    i    -
F -   -    -   -    1    -    1
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MEANS M 1    -   -   -   2
INJURY UNDETERMINED WHETHER ACCIDENTALLY OR PURPOSELY INFLICTED (E9B0-E989)
POISONING BY SOLID OR LIQUID SUBSTANCES  M ----33231
F ____3_4--
BARBITURIC ACID AND DERIVATIVES         M -_-_____-
SALICYLATES AND CONGENERS
PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC AGENTS
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED DRUGS
OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
HANGING, STRANGULATION, OR SUFFOCATION
SUBMERSION (DROWNING)
FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES
OTHER ANO UNSPECIFIED MEANS
LATE EFFECT
TOTAL ALL CAUSES
49  50  34  25  30  22  47  73 756
349  87  54  66 262 308 215 165 194 254 383 582 7481021117913061192 12801747 11392
223  44  29  35  93  85  89  84  87 129 212 338 405 506 611 712 90711832013 7785
572 131  83 101 355 393 304 249 281 383 595 9201153152717902018209924633760 19177
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
N  XVII. ACCIDENTS, POISONINGS, AND VIOLENCE (N600-N999)
FRACTURES OF SKULL. SPINE. AND TRUNK (N800-N809)
N800   FRACTURE OF VAULT OF SKULL M     -   -    1    -    1
N800.0   CLOSED
1
1
N801    FRACTURE OF BASE OF SKULL
N801.0   CLOSED
N801.1    OPEN
N802   FRACTURE OF FACE BONES
N802.0   NASAL BONES, CLOSED
N802.4   OTHER, CLOSED
N803   OTHER AND UNQUALIFIED SKULL FRACTURES
N803.0   CLOSED
N803.1    OPEN
2   7   5  13  29  38  22  10   9  10  13   9  13  13   3   4   3
1 3 5
2 7 5       11       26      31
13 4 3 6 4
1 2 2
37423552
3 2 2 2 2 1
5 5 8 7 9       13
N803.9   LATE EFFECT
N804   FRACTURE SKULL OR FACE WITH OTHER BONES  M
1    2  16  IS  12   7   3  10
5   2   2   3   2   4    1
N804.0   CLOSED
N804.1    OPEN
N804.9 LATE    EFFECT
N805 FRACTURE   SPINE   WITHOUT   CORD   LESION
2       15       14       12738 3 42 2 3
163-123114-4
N805.0 CERVICAL,    CLOSED
12   5    1
N806   FRACTURE SPINE WITH CORD LESION
3   3   2   2
N806.0   CERVICAL. CLOSED
N806.1    CERVICAL, OPEN
N806.2  DORSAL ANO LUMBAR, CLOSED
N806.6   UNSPECIFIED. CLOSED
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
N607 FRACTURE   OF   RIB(S).    STERNUM.    LARYNX
N807.0 RIB(S),    CLOSED
1    11
N807.4   LARYNX, CLOSED
N808   FRACTURE OF PELVIS
N808.0   CLOSED
N809    MULTIPLE FRACTURES OF TRUNK
2   -    1
N809.0   CLOSED
N809.1    OPEN
FRACTURE OF UPPER LIMB (N810-N819)
N612 FRACTURE OF HUMERUS
N812.0 UPPER END, CLOSED
N812.2 SHAFT OR UNSPECIFIED PART, CLOSED
N813 FRACTURE OF RADIUS AND ULNA
N813.4 LOWER END, CLOSED
N618 OTHER ANO MULTIPLE, UPPER LIMB
N818.1 OPEN
TOTAL FRACTURE OF UPPER LIMB (NB10-N819)
FRACTURE OF LOWER LIMB (N820-N829)
N820 FRACTURE OF NECK OF FEMUR
N820.2 INTERTROCHANTERIC SECTION, CLOSED
N820.4 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PART, CLOSED
N620.9 LATE EFFECT. ANY PART
N821 FRACTURE OF FEMUR. PARTS OTHER AND NOS
N821.0   SHAFT OR UNSPECIFIED PART. CLOSED
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
N823   FRACTURE OF TIBIA ANO FIBULA M
F
N823.0   UPPER END OR UNSPBCIFIED PART. CLOSED  M
F
N623.1    UPPER END OR UNSPECIFIED PART, OPEN     M
F
N828   MULTIPLES: LOWER. UPPER, RIBS. STERNUM   M
F
N828.0   CLOSED M
F
N829   FRACTURE OF UNSPECIFIED BONES M
F
N829.0   CLOSED M
F
TOTAL       FRACTURE OF LOWER LIMB (N820-N829)    M
F
DISLOCATION WITHOUT FRACTURE (N830-N839)
N839   OTHER, MULTIPLE, AND ILL-DEFINED M
F
N839.0   CERVICAL VERTEBRA. SIMPLE M
F
N839.1    CERVICAL VERTEBRA. COMPOUND M
INTRACRANIAL INJURY (EXCLUDING THOSE WITH SKULL FRACTURE) (N850-N854)
N850   CONCUSSION M 1    2    1
F _-!__-_
N650.0   CURRENT OR UNSPECIFIED M -   -   -   -   I   ff -  1
N851    CEREBRAL LACERATION AND CONTUSION
9  14   4   5
N851.0   WITHOUT OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND
N651.1    WITH OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND
3   3  13  16  17   5  10   8    6  12
N852   SUBARACHNOID, SUBDURAL HEMMORHAGE
N852.0   WITHOUT OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND
N6S2.1    WITH OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND
N852.9   LATE EFFECT
N653    INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE, OTHER AND NOS   M
3   2   2
5   2    1
N6S3.0   WITHOUT OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND
12   4   3
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
N853.1    WITH OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND
N854 INTRACRANIAL INJURY. OTHER AND NOS
N854.0   WITHOUT OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND
N854.1    WITH OPEN INTRACRANIAL WOUND
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~
15
1
12
3
I          5
1
"
4
5          1
1
-
-
-
15
1
10
2
5
-
3
4          1
1
-
N854.9   LATE EFFECT
INTERNAL INJURY OF CHEST. ABDOMEN. ANO PELVIS (N860-N869)
TRAUMATIC PNEUMOTHORAX AND HEMOTHORAX     M     -
N860.0    WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N660.1    WITH OPEN WOUND
1
N861    INJURY TO HEART ANO LUNG
6   4    1
N861.0   HEART WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N861.1    HEART WITH OPEN WOUND
N861.2   LUNG WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N861.3   LUNG WITH OPEN WOUND
N862    INTRATHORACIC INJURY, OTHER AND NOS
NB62.0   WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
12  13  10   9   6
3   2   2   6
N862.1    WITH OPEN WOUND
N863    INJURY TO GASTRO-1NTESTINAL TRACT
-   -   -   3   1
N863.0   WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N863.1    WITH OPEN WOUND
N864 INJURY TO LIVER
N864.0   WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N865 INJURY TO SPLEEN
N865.0   WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
■NG6V INJURY TO PELVIC ORGANS
N867.0    WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N868 INTRA-ABDOMINAL INJURY. OTHER ANO NOS
N868.0   WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N866.1    WITH OPEN WOUND
N869    INJURY NOS, OR INSIDE THORAX AND ABDOMEN M
2   2   2
N869.0   WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N869.1    WITH OPEN WOUND
1
TOTAL       INTERNAL INJURY OF CHEST, ABDOMEN,   M 4 5   7  62  61  35  28 30  32  12  23  14  11   12    7   6   3   1    353
AND PELVIS (N860-N869)                  F -427 22 14  16  13 115998455152    142
LACERATION AND OPEN WOUND OF HEAO, NECK ANO TRUNK (N870-N879)
N873   LACERATION OF HEAD, OTHER AND NOS         M -————-——1-    1-    1    1-    1
N873.0    SCALP WITHOUT COMPLICATION
1
1
1
N873.2   NOSE WITHOUT COMPLICATION
N673.7   OTHER FACE WITHOUT COMPLICATION
NS74   OPEN WOUND OF NECK
N874.0   WITHOUT COMPLICATION
N674.9   LATE EFFECT
N879   OTHER, MULTIPLE. NOS: HEAD. NECK. TRUNK  M
N879.0   OTHER, TRUNK, WITHOUT COMPLICATION
LACERATION AND OPEN WOUND OF UPPER LIMB (N880-N887)
N880    SHOULDER AND UPPER ARM                          M —    —   "-
F -   _   _
N880.0   WITHOUT COMPLICATION                       M -   _   -
F -
N881   ELBOW* FOREARM. AND WRIST                   M -
NB81.0   WITHOUT COMPLICATION
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
LACERATION AND OPEN WOUND OF LOWER LIMB (N890-N897)
N890   HIP ANO THIGH M     -
N890.0    WITHOUT COMPLICATION
N891    KNEE. LEG (EXCEPT THIGH) AND ANKLE
N891.0   WITHOUT COMPLICATION
LACERATION AND OPEN WOUND OF MULTIPLE LOCATION (N900-N907)
N905   TRUNK WITH LIMB(S) M     -
F     -
N905.0   WITHOUT COMPLICATION M     -
N907   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED LOCATION
N907.0    WITHOUT COMPLICATION
CONTUSION AND CRUSHING WITH INTACT SKIN SURFACE (N920-N929)
N927   HIP. THIGH, LEG. AND ANKLE M     -
F     -
N927.0   CURRENT INJURY M     -
N928   CONTUSION OF FOOT AND TOE(S)
N928.0   CURRENT INJURY
N929   OTHER. MULTIPLE. AND UNSPECIFIED SITES   M
N929.0   CURRENT INJURY
EFFECTS OF FOREIGN BODY ENTERING THROUGH ORIFICE (N930-N939)
N933   PHARYNX AND LARYNX M     6   3---
F     4
N934   BRONCHUS AND LUNG M 1
N936    INTESTINE ANO COLON
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
BURN (N940-N949)
N946   FACE, HEAD, NECK, WITH LIMBS
N946.0    UNSPECIFIED. WITHOUT COMPLICATION
N947    TRUNK WITH LIMB(S) M
F
N947.2    SECOND DEGREE. WITHOUT COMPLICATION     M
F
N947.3   THIRD DEGREE. WITHOUT COMPLICATION      M
F
N948   FACE, HEAD, NECK, WITH TRUNK M
F
N948.0    UNSPECIFIED, WITHOUT COMPLICATION       M
F
N948.3   THIRD DEGREE. WITHOUT COMPLICATION      M
F
N949    OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS M
F
N949.0    UNSPECIFIED, WITHOUT COMPLICATION       M
F
N949.2 SECOND   DEGREE,    WITHOUT   COMPLICATION M
F
N949.3    THIRD DEGREE, WITHOUT COMPLICATION      M
F
N949.8   COMPLICATED M
F
TOTAL       BURN (N940-N94 9) M
F
INJURY TO NERVES ANO SPINAL CORD (N950-N959)
N956    SPINAL CORD WITHOUT SPINAL BONE INJURY
N958.0    CERVICAL. WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N958.6   UNSPECIFIED, WITHOUT OPEN WOUND
N958.9   LATE EFFECT, ANY PART
ADVERSE EFFECT OF MEDICAL AGENTS (N960-N979)
N965   ANALGESICS AND ANTIPYRETICS M
F
N965.0    OPIATES AND SYNTHETIC ANALOGUES M
F
N965.1    SALICYLATES AND CONGENERS M
1    4  11
9    2    3    5
----1111--1-111---1 9
__--2______________ 2
-----1-1----1------ 3
----1--------1----1 3
-___1______________ i
------    1---    1---1    ____ 3
__-_l______________ j
----1111--1-111---1 9
N965.4   ANILINE DERIVATIVES
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
N965-5 OTHER   COAL   TAR   DERIVATIVES
-    2    -
N965.9    OTHER ANALGESICS AND ANTIPYRETICS
N967   OTHER SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS
N967.0    BARBITURATES
3    3    5    5    3
2    3   3
5    3   3
N967.9    OTHER SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS
N968   OTHER CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSANT  M
N968.9    OTHER
N970   PSYCHOTHERAPEUTICS
N970.0    ANTIDEPRESSANTS
N970.1    TRANQUILIZERS
N971    OTHER CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULANT    M
N977   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED DRUGS
N977.8    OTHER SPECIFIED DRUGS NEC
6   3    1
3   3    2
N977.9    DRUGS NOS
N978    MEDICINAL AGENTS, SPECIFIED COMBINATIONS M
-    2    1
2    2    3    2-
N978.0   OPIUM, BARBITURATES, TRANQUILIZERS
N978.2   BARBITURATES. SALICYLATES
N978.3    OTHER SEDATIVES. SALICYLATES
N978.4   PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGICS. BARBITURATES
N979   ALCOHOL. SPECIFIED MEDICAL AGENTS
N979.0    WITH OPIUM DERIVATIVES
N979.1    WITH BARBITURATES
N979.2    WITH NON-BARBITURATE SEDATIVES
N979.3    WITH ANTIHISTAMINES
S   2    2
N979.4    WITH PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGIC AGENTS
1    1    1
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
INAL   AGENTS M - 1 - - 6
- 2 - 2 8
TOXIC   EFFECT   OF   CHIEFLY   NONMEOICINAL    SUBSTANCES    (N980-N989)
ALCOHOL M --._-.-■-
N980.0 ETHYL
N980.1 METHYL
9 8 8 9       IS       11        13
9       10 6       13       16       16 7
-23256985
---2151 1 -
N980.9 OTHER
3 6 8 5
N982 INDUSTRIAL    SOLVENTS
N982.9 OTHER
N983   CORROSIVE AROMATICS AND ACIDS
N983.0   CORROSIVE AROMATICS
N983.2   CAUSTIC ALKALIS
N986   CARBON MONOXIDE
36 3       12       10      1144 5556
N987   OTHER GASES. FUMES. OR VAPORS
N987.0   LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES
N987.9   OTHER
N969   OTHER
N989.3   OTHER PESTICIDES
N989.9   OTHER
OTHER ADVERSE EFFECTS (N990-N999)
N991    REDUCED TEMPERATURE
N991.9   OTHER
N993    EFFECTS OF AIR PRESSURE
N993.3   CAISSON DISEASE
12-
3 2-
1 1
6 6       16       14       15 9       10       12       15       14       11
-172323       10 553
N994    EFFECTS OF OTHER EXTERNAL CAUSES
10  25   9  12  43  39  33  16  20  16  14  14  11   14  10
3   6   9   7
7   5   5
3-5   301
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1974
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
N994.1 DROWNING M 2      23 9 8      37      28      20 7       16       10 9 4       10 7
F -512535-215221
N994.3 EFFECTS   OF   THIRST M ______________
F i__-__________
N994.7   ASPHYXIATION AND STRANGULATION
N994.8   ELECTROCUTION
N994.9   OTHER
N996    INJURY. OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
N996.0   FACE AND NECK
N996.1    TRUNK
N996.8   OTHER SPECIFIED, INCLUDING MULTIPLE
N996.9   UNSPECIFIED SITE
N999   OTHER COMPLICATIONS OF MEDICAL CARE
N999.2    SERUM HEPATITIS
N999.4   ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK
OTHER ADVERSE EFFECTS (N990-N999)

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