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 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
VITAL STATISTICS
OF THE PROVBSTCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH
REPORT
FOR THE YEAR
1975
Printed by K. M. MacDonaijd, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1978
  Victoria, B.C., June 1, 1978
To Colonel the Honourable Walter S. Owen, Q.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May rr please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Report on Vital Statistics in the
Province of British Columbia for the year 1975.
r. h. mcclelland
Minister of Health
 Ministry of Health,
Victorl-, B.C., June 1, 1978
The Honourable R. H. McClelland,
Minister of Health,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir: I have the honour to submit the One Hundred and Fourth Report on Vital
Statistics in the Province of British Columbia.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. W. MAINGUY
Deputy Minister of Health
Division of Vital Statistics,
Victoria, B.C., June 1, 1978
G. R. F. Elliot, Esq., M.D.CM., D.P.H.,
Deputy Minister of Health, Victoria, B.C.
Sir: I have the honour to submit the One Hundred and Fourth Report on Vital
Statistics in the Province of British Columbia for the year ended December 31,197S.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. D. BURROWES
Director of Vital Statistics
 TABLE OF CONTENTS
PACK
Introduction  11
Map Showing Regional Districts, British Columbia  12
part i—report of the activities of the
DIVISION, 1975
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—
Health Surveillance Registry  25
Cancer Control  26
Dental Health ! I  26
Infant Morbidity and Mortality-   26
Metric Conversion Committee  27
Tuberculosis Control  27
Mental Health  27
Community Care Facilities :  27
Public Health Nursing  27
Record Linkage -  27
Behavioural Studies  28
Computerization  28
Vital Statistics  28
Other Services  28
Tables
Table 1—Registration Districts, Location of Offices, and Designation of Appointees, as at December 31, 1975  14
Table 2—Summary of Registrations, British Columbia, 1936-75  15
Table 3—Volume of Searches Performed; Volume of Incoming Mail, Division
of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1966-75  19
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Table A—Revenue-producing Certifications Issued by the Central Office, Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1966-75     19
Table 5—Revenue Collected by the Division of Vital Statistics, British Columbia, 1966-75     19
Table 6—Change of Name Applications Granted, by Marital Status and Sex of
Applicant, and Total Number of Persons Affected, British Columbia,
1941-75 22
Table 7—Ministers and Clergymen Registered Under the Marriage Act and
Registrations Cancelled, British Columbia, 1975 . .    23
Table 8—Ministers and Clergymen on Register at End of 1975 by Religious
Denomination, British Columbia     24
Graphs
Graph A—Summary of Volume of Registrations, Showing Total Received,
and live Births, Deaths, and Marriages, British Columbia, 1921—75  16
Graph B—Adoptions Registered, British Columbia, 1936-75  17
Graph C—Divorces Registered, British Columbia, 1936-75  18
Graph D—Crude Live Birth, Death, and Marriage Rates, British Columbia,
1921-75  32
Graph E—Illegitimate live Births, British Columbia, 1921-75  38
Graph F—Infant Death Rates, British Columbia, 1921—75  52
Graph G—Maternal Death Rates, British Columbia, 1921-75  53
Graph H—Marriages Solemnized by Months, British Columbia, 1971—75  56
PART H—TREND TABLES WITH RATES
(By Place of Residence)
Prominent Features, 1975 :     29
Long-term Trends of Population and Vital Events
Table 9—Population by Sex and Age-group, British Columbia, 1901—75     30
Table 10—Numbers of Live Births, Deaths, and Marriages, and Corresponding Crude Rates, Including the Standardized Death Rate, British Columbia, 1921-75 31
Table 11—live Births and Deaths in Institutions Compared to Total live
Births and Deaths, British Columbia, 1926-75     32
Table 12—live Births, Deaths, and Natural Increase, British Columbia,
1921—75 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians,
and Registered Indians Only)     33
Table 13—Live Births and Deaths by Sex, British Columbia, 1921-75 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians, and Registered
Indians Only)     34
Trends of Live Births and Stillbirths
Table 14—Live Births by Months, British Columbia, 1968—75 (Including
Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians, and Registered Indians
Only) 35
Table 15—Legitimate Live Births by Age of Mother, British Columbia, 1931—
75 (Including Registered Indians, Excluding Registered Indians, and
Registered Indians Only) 36
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975 BB 7
Page
Table 16—Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother, British Columbia,
1931—75 (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,  1971-75     39
Table 18—Stillbirth Numbers and Rates, British Columbia, 1921-75 40
Trends of General Mortality
Table 19—Age-Sex Specific Death Rates, British Columbia, 1921-75     41
Table 20—Deaths by Month, British Columbia, 1966-75     42
Table 21a—Deaths From 10 Main Causes, British Columbia, 1966-75 43
Table 21b—Deaths From 10 Main Causes Among Registered Indians, British
Columbia, 1966-75 44
Table 22—Deaths From Major Cardiovascular-Renal Diseases, British Columbia, 1971-75     45
Table 23—Deaths From Diseases of the Heart by Sex and Age-group, British
Columbia, 1971-75     45
Table 24—Deaths From Cerebrovascular Diseases, by Sex and Age-group,
British Columbia, 1971-75     46
Table 25—Deaths From Diseases of the Arteries, Arterioles, and Capillaries,
by Sex and Age-group, British Columbia, 1971—75     46
Table 26—Deaths From Malignant Neoplasms by Site and Sex, British Columbia, 1971-75     47
Table 27—Rates of Death From Accidents and Violence by External Cause,
-British Columbia, 1971-75 48
Table 28—Deaths From Specified Infectious and Notifiable Diseases, British
Columbia, 1971-75     48
Trends of Infant and Maternal Mortality
Table 29—Perinatal, Neonatal, Infant, and Maternal Death Rates, British
Columbia, 1966—75 (Total, Excluding Registered Indians, and Registered Indians Only)     49
Table 30—Infant Deaths by Sex and Month of Death, British Columbia,
1971-75     49
Table 31—Infant Deaths by Cause, British Columbia, 1971-75 (Total, and
Registered Indians Only)     50
Table  32—Infant Deaths by Age  at Death  and  Sex,  British  Columbia,
1921-75     51
Table 33—Maternal Deaths by Cause, British Columbia, 1971-75     52
Main Causes of Death by Age-groups
Table 34—Deaths From Four, Main Causes in Each Specified Age-group,
British Columbia, 1975_ 53
Trends of Marriages, Adoptions, and Divorces
Table 35—Marriages  Solemnized by Conjugal  Conditions  of  Contracting
Parties, and Marriage Rates, British Columbia, 1966—75     55
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Table 36—Marriages Solemnized by Months, British Columbia, 1966-75     55
Table 37—Marriages Solemnized According to  Type,  British  Columbia,
1966-75     55
Table 38—Adoption Orders Filed With the Division of Vital Statistics From
1971—75, by Class of Adopting Parents and Sex of Child, Showing Year
of Court Order for 1975 Registrations, British Columbia     57
Table 39—Adoption Orders Filed With the Division of Vital Statistics From
1971—75, by Legitimacy and Sex of Child, Showing Year of Court Order
for 1975 Registrations, British Columbia     57
Table 40—Adoption Orders Filed With the Division of Vital Statistics From
1971-75, by Birthplace of Child, British Columbia     58
Table 41—Adoption Orders Filed With the Division of Vital Statistics by
Legitimacy of Adopted Children, British Columbia, 1966—75     58
Table 42—Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity Filed With the Division of Vital
Statistics by Sex of Petitioner, British Columbia, 1971-75     58
Table 43—Decrees of Dissolution and Nullity Filed With the Division of Vital
Statistics by Duration of Marriage, British Columbia, 1966—75     59
PART m—DETAILED STATISTICAL TABLES, 1975
(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, 1975     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, 1975     64
Table 46—live Births by Single Years of Mother's Age and Age of Father in
Five-year Groups, British Columbia, 1975     68
Table 47—Legitimate and Illegitimate live Births by Age of Mother, British
Columbia, 1975 69
Table 48—live Births by Single Years of Mother's Age, Sex, and Total Birth
Order, British Columbia, 1975     70
Table 49—Single and Multiple Births of live and Stillborn Children by Single
Years of Mother's Age, British Columbia, 1975     72
Table 50—Stillbirths by Sex and Period of Gestation, British Columbia, 1975.   73
Infant Mortality
Table 51—Infant Deaths, Total and in Hospital, by Places of Occurrence
and Residence for Regional Districts and Incorporated Places, British
Columbia, 1975     74
Table 52—Infant Deaths by Cause, Sex, and Age, British Columbia, 1975     78
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975 BB 9
General Mortality
Page
Table 53—Deaths, Total and in Hospital, by Places of Occurrence and Residence for Regional Districts and Incorporated Places, British Columbia,
1975     80
Table 54—Deaths, by Cause (Intermediate List), Sex, and Regional District,
British Columbia, 1975     83
Table 55—Deaths, by Cause (Intermediate List), and Sex for Rural and
Urban Areas (Organized as Cities, Towns, and Districts), British Columbia, 1975     92
Table 56—Deaths, by Cause (Intermediate List), Sex, and Age, British Columbia, 1975  102
Table 57—Deaths, by Cause (Intermediate List), Sex, Marital Status, and
Age, British Columbia, 1975  110
Table 58—Deaths from Accidents and Violence by Nature of Injury, External
Cause, and Sex, British Columbia, 1975  118
Table 59—Nontransport Accidental Deaths by Place of Occurrence, External
Cause, and Sex, British Columbia, 1975  120
Table 60—Deaths by Single Years of Age and Sex, British Columbia, 1975  121
Marriages
Table 61—Marriages Solemnized by Age of Bridegroom and of Bride, British
Columbia, 1975  122
Table 62—Marriages Solemnized by Marital Status of Bridegroom and of
Bride, British Columbia, 1975 123
Table 63—Marriages Solemnized by Marital Status and Age of Bridegroom,
British Columbia, 1975  123
Table 64—Marriages Solemnized by Marital Status and Age of Bride, British
Columbia, 1975  123
Table 65—Marriages Solemnized by Birthplace of Bridegroom and of Bride,
British Columbia, 1975  124
Table 66—Marriages Solemnized by Religious Denomination of Bridegroom
and of Bride, British Columbia, 1975  125
Table 67—Marriages Authorized by Banns or licence, According to Religious
Denomination of Officiating Minister, British Columbia, 1975 126
Native Indian Statistics
live births
Table 68—General Summary of live Births Among Registered Indians for
Regional Districts, British Columbia, 1975  127
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, 1975  128
Table 70—Legitimate and Illegitimate Live Births Among Registered Indians,
by Single Years of Mother's Age, British Columbia, 1975  129
Table 71—Live Births Among Registered Indians, by Single Years of Mother's
Age and Total Birth Order, British Columbia, 1975  130
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
DEATHS
Page
Table  72——General  Summary  of  Deaths  Among  Registered   Indians   for
Regional Districts, British Columbia, 1975  131
Table 73—Infant Deaths of Registered Indians, by Cause, Sex, and Age,
British Columbia, 1975  132
Table 74—Deaths of Registered Indians, by Cause, Sex, and Age, British
Columbia, 1975 133
Appendix
Deaths by Cause, Sex, and Age According to the Detailed List, British Columbia, 1975  139
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975
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 HI presents further detailed analysis of the current year's data.
The data on births and deaths in Parts II and HI 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 of two persons, it is the
custom to show marriage data by place of occurrence, a custom which is followed
in this Report.
In connection with cause of death, comparability between years is affected by
major classification changes introduced in 1950 and 1969. In 1950 a major change
in the death classification system took place with the implementation of the Sixth
Revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries, and
Causes of Death which was designed for classification of both mortality and
morbidity.
Tn 1969 a further major change in classification occurred with the implementation of the Eighth Revision. Certain categories such as mental disorders, cardiovascular diseases, perinatal conditions, and syphilis were subject to considerable
revision. Also certain categories of external cause of accidents were expanded to
provide more detail. The code numbers of both the Seventh and Eighth Revisions
are presented in Tables 21a and 21b of Part H.
The tables which show cause of death, viz., Tables 21 (a) and (6), 22-28,
31, 33, 34, 52, 54-59, 73, 74 and the Appendix Table, do not reflect the adjustments resulting from the querying of original cause of death information by the
medical coder, because these adjustments were inadvertently omitted from the
computer data from which the printed tables were produced. Similar discrepancies
arising from the same cause, are reflected in the 1974 report. Readers who are
interested in obtaining amended totals for specific diagnostic categories should
contact the Division of Vital Statistics.
Before 1968, vital statistics data for Indians were presented in terms of racial
origin only, but it was found that rates calculated on this basis were unreliable
because of the recognized weakness of available population estimates for racial
Indians. In all tables which present vital statistics rate for Indians, the figures are
now presented in terms of registered Indians, i.e., Indians by legal status, living on
or off reserves. In the reports for the years 1968 to 1973 data were presented
separately for registered and racial Indians in selected tables of Part IH.
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 HI in the 1971 Report,
and are uniformly adopted in the current Report wherever geographical divisions
are presented.
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STRICTS
No.
Name
No.
Name
1.
Alberni-Clayoquot.
16.
___Jt__mat-Stikine.
2.
Bulkley-Nechako.
17.
Kootenay Boundary.
3.
Capital (Victoria area)
.
18.
Mount Waddington.
4.
Cariboo.
19.
Nanaimo.
5.
Central Fraser Valley.
20.
North Okanagan.
6.
Central Kootenay.
21.
Central Coast.
7.
Central Okanagan.
22.
Okanagan-Similkameen.
8.
Columbia-Shuswap.
23.
Peace River-Iiard.
9.
Comox-Strathcona.
24.
Powell River.
10.
Cowichan Valley.
25.
Skeena-Queen Charlotte.
11.
Dewdney-AIouette.
26.
Squamish-Lillooet.
12.
East Kootenay.
27.
Stikine.
13.
Fraser-Cheam.
28.
Sunshine Coast.
14.
Fraser-Fort George.
29.
Thompson-Nicola.
15.
Greater Vancouver.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975 BB  13
PART I—REPORT OF THE AC11V1T1ES OF THE
DIVISION,  1975
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 90 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 as well as a Data Processing Section which serves both major
functions of the Division.
REGISTRATION SERVICES
Administration of the Vital Statistics Act
A very substantial part of the Division's responsibilities is connected with the
administration of the Vital Statistics Act, which governs the registration of births,
stillbirths, marriages, deaths, adoptions, and divorces, as well as the issuance of
information and certificates based on registrations filed.
The Division received excellent co-operation from hospitals in arranging for
the registration of births by mothers during confinement, and in the submission of
monthly returns of births in hospital. Very good co-operation was also received
from physicians, lawyers, funeral directors, ministers of religion, government agencies, and the general public in maintaining the timeliness and quality of registrations.
Revised vital statistics registration forms for births, deaths, marriages, and
still births were introduced in February 1974. The revisions were based on model
forms developed over several years by the Vital Statistics Council of Canada.
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 1—REGISTRATION DISTRICTS, LOCATION OF OFFICES, AND
DESIGNATION OF APPOINTEES, AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1975
Registration District and Designation of
Location of Offices Appointee
ABBOTSFORD Private individual.
ALBERNI (See Port Alberni.)
ALERT BAY-
ASHCROFT	
ATLIN-
BARKERVILLE (<>)_
BURNS LAKE
CAMPBELL RIVER.
CASSIAR.
CHEMATNUS.
CHIIXIWACK-
CLAYOQUOT (_>)_
Gold River—
Tahsis-
CLINTON	
COURTENAY-
CRANBROOK.
CRESTON	
ENDERBY-
FORT NELSON	
FORT ST. JAMES-
FORT ST. JOHN-
GANGES	
GOLDEN-
GRAND FORKS	
GREENWOOD <c)_
HANEY	
HOPE-
HOUSTON	
INVERMERE-
KAMLOOPS-
KASLO	
KELOWNA-—
KIMBERLEY-
ItTTtMAT
LADYSll
LILLOOET-
LYTTON	
MERRITT	
MISSION.
NAKUSP (<_)_
—Private individual.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—(See Quesnel.)
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—Private individual.
licipal Clerk and RCMF.
—Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
-unicipal Clerk.
-RCMP.
—Government Agent.
..Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
.Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
.unicipal Clerk and RCMP.
S.CMP.
—Government Agent.
—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.
licipal Clerk.
—Government Agent.
—Private individual.
—Private individual.
-.Government Agent.
—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 WESTMINSTER—.Government Agent.
Murrayville Municipal Clerk.
WMte Rock Registrar of Voters.
NORTH VANCOUVER-Private individual.
OCEAN FALLS Private individual.
Bella Coola-
OLIVER-
100 MILE HOUSE-
PENTICTON	
PORT ALBERNL.
POUCE COUPE (/)_
POWELL RIVER	
PRINCE GEORGE-
PRINCE RUPERT -
PRINCETON	
QUATSINO (g)	
Quatsino-
—Private individual.
.Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
-Private individual.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE Government Agent.
Masset Private individual.
QUESNEL.
REVELSTOKE-
ROSSLAND-
SALMON ARM-
SLOCAN CITY <«f )_
SMITHERS	
Hazelton-
SQUAMISH-
_Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
-Government Agent.
—Municipal Clerk.
—Government Agent.
-RCMP.
STEWART-
—Government Agent.
—Private individual.
SUMMERLAND.
TELEGRAPH CREEK RCMP.
TERRACE Government Agent.
TRAIL (ft) Government Agent.
Castlegar Private individual.
VANCOUVER Vistal Statistics personnel.
Sechelt Private individual.
Gibsons Private individual.
VANDERHOOF-
VERNON	
VICTORIA.
—Government Agent.
—Government Agent.
WILLIAMS LAKE.
—Vital Statistics personnel.
-Government Agent.
The capitalized names are the names of legally defined districts, while the names in small letters indicate the
locations of subaffices.
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.
(by 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.
O) 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.
(gr) The Quatsino District main office is located at Port Hardy.
(A) The District Registrar for Rossland administers  the  Trail  District  through  a  Deputy District
Registrar.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1975                                         BB  15
Volume of Registrations
The number of births, deaths, marriages, and stillbirths in Table 2 are related
to the year of filing with the Division, hence will not necessarily coincide 'with those
in Part II or Part HI, 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, 1936-75
Year                  |      «&
Deaths
Marriages    I
Stillbirths
Adoptions
Divorces-
>S3£.|    Total
i-nis
7,254
5,465
236
80
463
24,684
10*7
13,033
7,981
6,232
254
109
536
28,145
torn
13,812
7,455
6,158
259
134
652
28,470
■una
13,176
7,626
7,897
279
150
608
29,736
io_n
15,616
8386
9,694
280
163
687
34,826
1Q__.
17,02S
8,617
9,828
308
191
563
36332
1047
18346
20,068
8,916
10,905
313
157
847
39,484
ICfcM
9,918
9,476
338
249
886
40,935
tQAA
19,962
9,833
8,549
321
303
1,031
40,009
1-_K
20,229
9,848
9317
340
330
1366
41,430
1Q-U-
23,870
10,212
11,875
331
402
2,052
4412
49,183
1047
26,758
10,768
11,892
355
509
1,880
2,254
54,416
10_U_
26,965
11,444
11,773
343
680
1,744
1363
54312
7Q4O
27,786
11,311
11374
399
760
1,554
1,500
54,684
i<m
28,079
11,506
11,076
373
807
1,424
2,200
55,465
56,772
60,790
10.1
11,658
11,374
348
789
2,700
3,989
KM.
30,394
12319
11,207
359
929
1,593
ton
32,487
12,234
11,326
383
1,034
1,512
4,279
63,255
t<Ka.
33,451
12331
10,915
374
1,154
1,525
4,100
63,850
10«
34,506
12,938
11,090
380
1,121
1,528
4,700
66,263
10«
36,035
13,260
11,680
417
1,187
1,543
5,200
69322
1<K7-
39,696
14,003
12,961
422
1,172
1,601
6386
76,241
1Q«
39,974
40,303
13,792
12,134
432
1,269
1^26
7,821
76»8
76,026
1€«0
14341
11,922
425
1,253
1,449
6,333
lOfiO
14,869
11,192
445
1,500
1,629
7,122
77329
lOfil
38344
14,075
10,775
399
1,484
8,301
74,812
lOIS.
38,563
14,979
11,199
447
1,403
1320
8,405
11,298
torn
37,926
14,998
11,699
488
1,485
1,552
79.446
10fi_L
36,752
16,054
12,307
484
1,558
1,636
11,475
80,266
IOIM
33,829
15,503
13,335
442
2,167
2,006
11,188
78,470
82,713
86,173
1QfiK
33-399
16,444
14,615
408
2,156
2,171
IQCT
33,431
16,244
15,882
411
2,183
2,781
15,241
10-8
33,915
16,850
16,725
415
2,223
2,268
16,850
89,246
IQfiO
35,929
17,597
18,502
469
2,736
4,279
17331
96,843
1070
37,183
17,104
20,364
419
2,939
5,266
17,682
100,957
101,114
1071
35,542
17,829
20,422
427
2,578
5,021
19,295
10T>
34,924
17,968
20,619
356
1,863
5,187
23325
107*
34,657
17,717
21,251
365
1,839
5,412
27,233
108,474
107__
35,803
19,847
21,673
317
1,704
6,328
34,570
120,242
1Q7«
35,948
18,862
21,573
417
1,637
7,249
37-295
122,981
1 Decrees of dissolution and nullity.
* Amendment to Wills Act providing tor hung of wills notices with Division ot vital statistics assented to
March 28, 1945.
 BB 16
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH A—SUMMARY OF VOLUME OF REGISTRATIONS, SHOWING TOTAL* RECEIVED, AND LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
1921-75
NUMBER
130.000
l-SU.UUU
LEGEND
TOTAL               	
120.000
LIVE BIRTHS —    —
120,000
DEATHS             	
MARRIAGES ■	
110,000
100,000
110.000
100.000
f
90.000
90,000
-
80 000
r
yj
70.000
60 000
50.000
50,000
30.000
M
f
\_.
_^
*-_.j^*"
30,000
*
r
20,000
20.000
*-y
>
■^""^   ^
-=**'    "
10,000
—_.^»—
—-—-"^*.
x	
	
»*•"**
10,000
■ ■■I
1   1   1   1
i i i i
• i i i
III!
i ■  ■
0
■ ■ ■ ■
. , ■ ■
0
1921     1926     1931     1936      1941     1946      1951    1956       1961      1966     1971    1975
1 Registrations of stillbirths, adoptions, divorces, and wills notices included in "Total"
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975 BB  17
GRAPH B—ADOPTIONS REGISTERED, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1936-75
NUMBER
3-200 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3.20O
2,800
2,400
2.000
1.600
1.200
800
400
2,800
2,400
2.000
1.600
1.200
O  I i  I   i   i  I   ■   ;  i  i   I   i  I   i   I   I  i   i  i   I   I   i  I  I  t   I  I   1  I  I   I  i   i  I   I  I   ■  r  l  I o
1936       1941 1946 1951 1956        1961 1966 1971       1975
YEAR
 BB 18 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH C—DIVORCES* REGISTERED, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1936-75
NUMBER
7.500 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 T 1 7,500
7.0O0
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
7.000
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
1936        1941        1946 1951 1956 1961        1966        1971     1975
1 Decree of dissolution and nullity
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1975
BB  19
TABLE 3—VOLUME OF SEARCHES PERFORMED; VOLUME OF INCOMING MAIL,
DIVISION OF "VITAL STATISTICS, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1966-75
Searches
Pieces of
Incoming
Mail
Year
Total
Searches
Searches
tor
Government
Departments
Other
Searches
lo/a.
101,345
106,406
102,215
113,066
108,240
108,926
116,929
128,342
133,813
134,368
11,097
13,712
12,856
15,120
12,085
13,718
12,500
12,244
11,941
11,203
90,248
92,694
89359
97,946
96,155
95,208
104,429
116,098
121,872
123,165
136.974
141,821
149,957
166,444
lOKI
-oca
lOEO
lo-rn
163,838
161,181
175,916
187341
_-m
1077
icrra
107--
200,555
iim
193350
TABLE 4—REVENUE-PRODUCING CERTIFICATIONS ISSUED  BY THE CENTRAL
OFFICE, DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1966-75
Type of Certification
Issued
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
19711
1972
1973
1974
1975
Certificates—
56,681
9,724
5,756
784
266
13
6,034
9,189
59,130
9366
6,157
755
282
27
5,985
I    9,931
54,346
9,879
6,049
888
286
16
6396
10,777
60,267
10,223
6,815
901
251
16
7344
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
9.08S
8,220
1,881
263
3
10,143
12,609
79340
8,969
8,601
1,995
225
Change of name	
17
10,806
Wills notice certification
12331
Total certificat-ons-
88,447
91,339
87,791
96,594
94,867
93,509
103,047
114,867
120,398
122,484
X 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, 1966-75
Year
Total Revenue
Vital Statistics Act
Revenue
Marriage Ac-
Revenue
1_w_e
$
181,568.00
20937038
259,970.25
357,060.24
347,643.52
385,282.29
414,712.04
463,556.26
488,598.81
534,894.62
$
118,962.90
145,227.78
187,215.41
271,239.26
252300.36
271310.00
289,902.18
334,532.70
353,857.80
389,296.00
$
*OKn
64,142.60
72,751.84
ICU-tl
.OKO
85,820.98
95343.16
113,772.29
124,809.86
.CT71
JOTJ
itm
129,02336
iota.
134,741.01
11T.
145,698.62
i The fee for a certificate or a certified copy of a registration was increased from $1 to $2 in April 1968.
 BB 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 n.
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 substituted for the registration originally filed, the new registration showing the child to be legitimate. However, satisfactory evidence of paternity
must be first provided.
There were 175 births legitimated in 1975, compared with 249 in 1974.
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 247, as compared with the 1974
figure of 282.
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 375
delayed registrations of births processed during 1975, compared with 410 in 1974.
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 numbered 52 in 1975, as compared with 78 in 1974.
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, 1975 BB 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 417 stillbirths registrations filed in 1975.
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 1975 numbered 1,637, as compared
with 1,704 in 1974.
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 7,247 dissolutions of marriage and 2 nullities registered by this
Division in 1975. The comparable figures for 1974 were 6,323 dissolutions and
5 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 minor children
upon meeting certain requirements set forth in the Act. The Act expressly forbids
changes of name which are not made in accordance with its provisions, but exempts
changes of name resulting from marriage, adoption, or legitimation, or changes in
the given name of a child made under the Vital Statistics Act and prior to the child's
12th birthday. An amendment passed in March 1972 extended the scope of the
Act by removing certain limitations upon changing the names of children, and
provided that birth and marriage certificates issued after a legal change of name
should not reveal the person's original name, as previously required.
 BB 22                                                  DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
During 1975,1,900 change of name applications were granted, compared with
1,715 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 2,374 individuals were affected.  Thirty per cent of
the applications were made by married men, while an additional 28 per cent were
•
made by divorced women, 17 per cent by single men, and 13 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, 1941-75
Year
Sex and Marital Status of Applicant
Total
Number
of
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Separated
Total
Persons
Affected
F
M .
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
T
1041
55
72
59
67
103
7
17
25
27
33
37
67
92
74
119
~2
S
8
10
2
1
3
2
2
3
2
5
5
10
4
1
4
2
4
3
6
10
25
21
	
—
98
141
158
145
228
13
27
45
65
74
111
168
203
210
302
180
298
351
362
524
1047
1041
1044
1045
1046
128
117
143
128
128
140
155
159
36
32
35
46
33
39
59
48
146
128
134
140
138
154
167
175
14
7
3
11
8
12
11
13
6
3
10
3
2
2
3
2
3
7
5
4
S
9
3
8
8
7
15
4
9
5
6
9
39
29
17
19
25
17
40
35
I
1
~7
228
256
302
276
277
301
331
345
92
75
60
80
71
77
113
105
380
331
362
356
348
378
444
450
638
555
586
628
591
646
777
768
1047
194R
1040
1050
1051
19.7.
tvn
1054
142
148
170
160
51
53
58
62
158
165
163
210
6
12
15
16
1
2
2
5
7
8
3
7
4
12
13
7
14
24
27
26
I
306
327
348
3841
801
97
103
111
3861
424
451
4951
702
743
769
929
1055
1056
1057
1958
141
152
46
58
205
195
13
13
4
3
14
13
8
7
24
33
i
l
—
359
361
97
118
456
4792
865
825
1050
io«n
147
60
192
11
1
12
11
34
351
117
468
819
lOfil
138
41
198
16
5
12
IO
19
351
88
439
743
10K7.
125
41
192
21
4
9
9
41
3318
112
443 s
752
812
10«
139
57
202
22
5
13
15
34
361
126
487
1064
157
74
200
23
4
9
11
45
l
373
151
524
879
1065
160
183
79
78
190
224
20
33
4
7
19
16
6
10
46
56
I
I
360
425
164
184
524
609
816
984
lOfifi
1067
162
74
227
26
6
28
16
64
i
411
193
604
915
lOfiS
197
70
281
44
2
27
9
73
l
4913
214
7053
1,154
1,058
1,150
1,046
1,451
2,060
2,248
2^74
1060
181
85
272
55
7
27
19
67
4803
234
7143
1070
232
119
304
45
7
13
15
100
558
272
830
1071
250
121
245
55
4
22
20
88
i
520
286
806
107-1
247
142
360
70
6
31
26
162
2
4
643
4091
1,0521
1355
1,715
1,900
1973
315
211
539
111
8
49
37
284
1
900
655
1074
308
258
598
116
6
51
44
334
956
759
1075
320
245
575
138
7
41
39
534
~
	
942
958
i Includes two cases for which marital status was not stated.
* Includes four cases for which marital status was not stated, three male and one female.
3 Includes one case for which marital status was not stated.
-
Administration of the Marriage Act
The Marriage 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 Com
missioners 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
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975
BB 23
Licences throughout the Province and to supervise their work. The actual registration of marriages solemnized and the issuance of marriage certificates are governed by the Vital Statistics Act.
On December 31, 1975, there were 2,726 ministers and clergymen authorized
to solemnize marriage. During the year, 373 resident clergymen and ministers were
licensed, while 240 licences for those residing in the Province were cancelled due to
transfer out of the Province or due to death. In addition, 97 temporary licences
were issued to nonresident ministers and clergymen who were ministering in the
Province for brief periods only, and 98 such licences were cancelled.
Twenty orders of remarriage were issued under the Marriage Act in 1975.
TABLE 7—MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN REGISTERED UNDER THE MARRIAGE
ACT AND REGISTRATIONS CANCELLED, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Permanent
Temporary
Total
Total number on register, December 31,1974-
Total number registered during 1975-
Total number of registrations cancelled during 1975-
Total number on register, December 31,1975	
2,590
373
240
2,723
4
2,594
97
470
98
338
3
2,726
TABLE 8—MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN ON REGISTER AT END OF 1975
BY RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION, BRITISH COLUMBIA
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, Northwest 	
Baptist Convention (Regular) of British Columbia .
Baptist Pacific Conference (North America)! 	
Baptist Union of Western Canada _____
Buddhist Churches of Canada .
Canadian Armed Forces  Chaplaincy  	
Canadian Reformed Church of New Westminster .
Canadian Sunday School Mission Incorporated 	
Christ Church of China	
Christadelphians
Christian and Missionary Alliance .
Christian Apostolic Church 	
Christian Reformed
Church of Christ  (Conservative)!
Church of Christ (Independent)
Church of God, General Assembly of the .
Church of God of Prophecy 	
Church of God (German)	
Church of Scientology __ __.—.—. .—_
Church of the Nazarene 	
Churches of God .
Covenant  Bible  Fellowship
Disciples of Christ
Doukhobor Fraternal Society
Emissaries of Divine light —
Evangelical   Church
Evangelical Churches of Pentecost 	
Evangelical Covenant Church of America .
Evangelical Free Church
Evangelical Russian-Slavonic Christian Church
Fellowship Deaconry Association of B.C. 	
Free Methodist Church
Glad Tidings Temple Missionary Society .
Global Missions Incorporated 	
1
40
349
12
25
2
12
7
23
17
73
25
66
4
22
4
4
1
3'
54
12
25
9
8
7
6
4
2
26
1
2'
1
1
5
12
34
3
47
1
1
12
19
2
1 Includes one minister under temporary registration.
 BB 24
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 8—MINISTERS AND CLERGYMEN ON REGISTER AT END OF 1975
BY RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION, BRITISH COLUMBIA—Continued
Denomination
Independent Assemblies of God, International .
Indian Shaker Church
International Foursquare Gospel Lighthouse
Jehovah's   Witnesses
Jewish Congregation, Beth Israel	
Jewish Congregation, Emanu-El 	
Jewish Congregation, Schara Tzedek .
Jewish Temple Sholoxn
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 in America, Western Canada Synod .
Lutheran Church (The), Missouri Synod 	
Lutheran Evangelical Church of Canada 	
Lutheran,  Evangelical  (Latvian)	
Lutheran, St. Mark's Evangelical .
Mennonite Brethren Conference, Evangelical -
Mennonite Church of God in Christ 	
Mennonite Conference, Evangelical
Mennonite Conference, Evangelical Mission of Canada .
Mennonite Conference of the United Mennonite Church in British Columbia .
-Mennonite Missionary  Church	
Mennonite Old Colony Church .
Mennonite Old Colony Church in Saskatchewan .
Mennonite Sommcrfelder Church 	
Moravian Church in Canada	
Muslim Association   (B.C.)
Netherlands Reformed Congregation 	
New Jerusalem, Church of the  (Swedenborgian)  	
New Jerusalem, Church of the (Western Canada Conference)
Orthodox Church, Greek .
Orthodox Church in America 	
Orthodox Church. Russian, Outside of Russia .
Orthodox Church, Serbian
Orthodox Church, Serbian St. Sava 	
Orthodox Church, Ukrainian, of Canada .
Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada 	
Pentecostal   Holiness    .	
Pentecostal United  	
People's Fellowship 	
Plymouth Brethren 	
Presbyterian
Quaker (Society of Friends)  .
Reformed Church in America .
Reformed Episcopal Church .
Roman Catholic!
Salvation Army
Shantymen's Christian Association
Sikh, Akali Singh Society
Sikh, Alberni Valley Gudwara Society .
Silk-  Cultural  Society
Sikh, Guru Nana-. Temple (Delta)
Sikh, Kalghidar Shromani Society .
Sikh, Khalsa Diwan Society 	
Sikh, Paldi Khalsa Diwan Society .
Sikh, Vishva Hindu Par-shad of B.C. 	
Spiritual Assembly of Vancouver (Bahai's)
Spiritual Assembly of Victoria  (Bahai's)  —
Spiritualist Alliance,   International
Spiritualist Association of British Columbia
Standard Church of America, Incorporated
Ukrainian Catholic Church of Canada 	
Unitarian
United Church of Canada	
Unity Centre of Practical Christianity .
Victoria Truth Centre 	
VUlage Missions 	
Zion Tabernacle	
Total
23
4
31
75
1
1
4
1
6
49
23
13
3
22
49
44
1
1
4
5
2
2
52
4
3
5
4
2
3
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
S
145
11
7
1
51
72
12
3
4
369
89
8
2
1
2
1
1
IO
3
1
1
1
14
4
4
IS
13
351
5
3
9
2
2,727
i Includes one minister under temporary registration.
 vital statistics report, 1975 bb 25
Registry of Wills Notice
The Registry of Wills Notice 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: 1970, 17,682; 1971, 19,295; 1972,
23,525; 1973, 27,223; 1974, 34,570, and 1975, 37,295. Wills notice certifications
numbered 12,531 in 1975, compared 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, 37,464 photographic and copy machine
prints were issued free of charge to government agencies, including a small number
required for use by this office. In addition, 10,927 photographic prints were issued
as certified copies at a charge of $2 per copy, as prescribed in the Vital Statistics Act.
BIOSTATTSTICAL 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 PubUc Health Programs, to
Mental Health Programs, and to certain voluntary agencies subsidized by the
Government.
Various recent developments within the Department have stimulated the
initiation of new research projects, with a resulting increased demand on the Division's Research staff in Victoria and Vancouver.
The Division's main statistical activities during 1975 are outlined below in
terms of subject-matter.
Health Surveillance Registry
The Health Surveillance Registry (previously the Registry for Handicapped
Children and Adults) accepted about 3,000 new cases during 1975. The Department of Human Resources co-operated with the Registry in instituting a program
 BB 26 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
for registering handicapped adults in receipt of the Handicapped Persons Income
Allowance. From this source approximately 2,800 adult registerable cases were
ascertained and are being processed. A continuing procedure for the reporting
of similar cases is being worked out with the Department of Human Resources.
Over 2,000 cases, ascertained from birth, stillbirth, and death registrations,
hospital separation forms, and other sources were added to the file of congenital
anomalies.
The Registry makes extensive use of consultants who are experts in the fiields
of genetics, paediatrics, and cancer. In addition to direct assistance in the day-today operation of the Registry these consultants were active in international conferences and workshops related to the work of the Registry.
The Cancer Register is a specialized entity within the framework of the
Health Surveillance Registry. Further success was achieved during the year in
securing the co-operation of pathologists throughout the Province in submitting
pathological reports to the Cancer Register.
Cancer Control
The Division assisted the Central Cytology Laboratory of the Cancer Control
Agency in the analysis of data derived from about 440,000 cervical smears taken
from women screened for cervical cancer. As from January 1975 the responsibility
for mechanical processing of these records was assumed by the Computing and
Consulting Services Branch of the Department of Transport and r-nTnmiin.r-.fi_.ns-
thereby terminating the service rendered by this Division since 1956. The Division,
however, continues to undertake the analysis and interpretation of the annual
data, and general statistical consultation.
Registry staff continued to work closely with the Cancer Control Agency of
British Columbia (previously the B.C. Cancer Institute) and to process the records
of the agency relating to malignancies at the treatment facility in Vancouver.
Dental Health
Statistical consultative advice and data processing services were provided to
the Division of Dental Health Services. Assistance was also given in the development of a new recording form and revised methodology for the continuing series
of dental field surveys. The new form is designed to provide more comprehensive
information on the levels of caries experience and restorative or corrective treatment.
Infant Morbidity and Mortality
The Division participated actively in the work of the Perinatal Program
Committee of the B.C. Medical Association, which was formed in 1974. One
Research Officer has served as a member of the committee since its inception, and
another was appointed as a statistical consultant during 1975. A number of special
tabulations relating to maternal and child health in this Province were prepared for
the use of the Program Committee.
The Division continued to co-operate with the Child and Maternal Health
Division of the Department of National Health and Welfare in the maintenance
of a national congenital anomalies surveillance program. Lists of anomalies
ascertained from physicians' notices of births were submitted to Ottawa throughout
the year, and assistance was given in the critical examination of the resulting data.
 vital statistics report, 1975
.Metric Conversion Committee
bb 27
A Research Officer of the Division continued to represent Community Health
Programs on the interdepartmental Metric Committee. He assisted in the work
of subcommittees on training and cost analysis, and in developing a program of
basic education for all Health Department employees in the essentials of the metric
system.
Tuberculosis Control
The services rendered to the Division of Tuberculosis Control for many years
entered a new phase in 1975 with the computerization of the Division's punch card
records. Assistance was given to a physician attached to that Division, in the
statistical evaluation of all newly diagnosed cases of tuberculosis from 1950 to date.
Mental Health
The Research Section co-operated with the statistician attached to Mental
Health Programs in the processing of statistics relating to patients of residential
institutions and those treated at day care centres. Arrangements were made for
transferring to the Department of Human Resources the main responsibility for
processing statistics relating to three institutions for the retarded, which were
transferred during the year to that department's jurisdiction from the Health Department.
Community Care Facilities
Services were given to the Community Care Facilities Licensing Board in
maintaining statistics of the operation of personal care homes and day care centres
for children. The transfer of the punch card files of these records to computer
tape has facilitated prompt response to the requirements of the Board for up-to-date
information.
Public Health Nursing
The patient records relating to the expanding Special Home Care Projects
were processed, and summary data supplied to the Division of Public Health Nursing. Assistance was given to a PubUc Health Nursing Consultant in preparing a
report, based on a study completed in 1974, on the effectiveness of the physician/
public health nursing liaison program.
Record Linkage
In collaboration with the Medical Genetics Department of the University of
British Columbia, the Division initiated a computerized record linkage program
based upon the pioneer work of Dr. H. B. Newcombe at the Chalk River Nuclear
Laboratories of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited. The project involves the
linking of British Columbia vital and health records into individual and family
histories. By this means a wide variety of health-related studies, otherwise impracticable, can be made possible, while the confidentiality of individual records
is rigidly maintained. The project is under the immediate direction of a geneticist
who previously worked with Dr. Newcombe on the Chalk River project.
 bb 28 department of health
Behavioural Studies
A new aspect of the Division's work assumed importance in 1975, namely,
the provision of consulting services in relation to behavioural studies. Notable
examples were a design of questionnaires to measure behavioural changes in children resulting from a program of Parent Study Groups in the Courtenay area; and
a study undertaken by the REACH agency, which involved the assessment of a tape
presentation designed to allay concern among the elderly about hospital admission.
Computerization
Substantial progress was made in 1975 in the computerization of the Division's
data processing system, with a view to replacing the existing outdated unit record
equipment by a computer terminal connected to the central installation of the
Computing and Consulting Services Branch, Department of Transport and Communications. Because of the number and variety of the statistical series to be converted, the process will take another year or two to complete, depending on the
availability of technical staff.
Vital Statistics
Statistics derived from the vital statistics registration system were compiled
in collaboration with Statistics Canada. A substantial part of the resulting tabulations appears in the relevant Annual Report of Vital Statistics, while some unpublished data are available on request.
Other Services
The Division's Research Section maintained statistical services to the Divisions
of Epidemiology, Venereal Disease Control, Environmental Engineering, Public
Health Inspection, Speech and Hearing, and to the consultant in Public Health
Nutrition, in the editing and processing of records, and in statistical consultation.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1975 BB 29
PART n—TREND TABLES WITH RATES
(By Place of Residence)
PROMINENT FEATURES
The population of British Columbia in 1975 was estimated at 2,457,000, up
62,000 from the previous year.
While births increased in number in the Province from 1974 to 1975, the
population growth kept pace so that the crude birth rate was substantially unchanged
from the previous year's figure of 14.8 per 1,000 population. There was an even
greater increase in the number of illegitimate births in 1975 than had been the case
the previous year and the proportion of total births these represented reflected this,
being 12.7 compared to 12.0 in 1974. Illegitimate births as a proportion of all
births for Registered Indians declined slightly in 1975, the first time since 1966.
Marriages were at an all-time high this year, but the increase over the 1974
figure was only 90 and the crude marriage rate declined from 9.1 per 1,000 population to 8.9. This was the lowest rate recorded since 1969 but it was still well above
the rates of the late 1950's and early 1960's.
The number of deaths in the Province this year was almost the same as in
1974, the crude death rate being down from 8.1 per 1,000 population to a record
low of 7.8.
Mortality from diseases of the heart, the leading cause of death, showed a
decline this year and the rate per 100,000 population was down from 263.7 in
1974 to a low of 251.3 in 1975. Cancer, the second leading cause of death,
recorded somewhat higher mortality in 1975 and the rate increased from 155.1 in
1974 to 156.2 in 1975.
For two years cerebrovascular diseases have been the fourth leading cause
of death but in 1975 they resumed their position as third leading cause. The rate
of deaths from these diseases was 82.7 in 1974, dropping to 81.3 in 1975.
As has been the case for some years prior to 1973, accidents were the fourth
leading cause of death in 1975, an improvement from their position in 1973 and
1974. There was a Considerable decline in the rate from the figure of 83.3 recorded
in 1974 to 75.9 in 1975.
The suicide rate was lower again this year, having been 18.5 in 1973, 17.0 in
1974, and 16.8 in 1975.
Deaths from certain causes of perinatal mortality continue to decline as they
have done for some years and the rate was down from 11.5 in 1974 to 9.6 in 1975.
Infant mortality in general declined during 1975 and the rate per 1,000 live
births was recorded as 14.4, a record low.
Divorces continue to increase in number as they have for the last few years
and the Division received a record 7,249 divorce court orders during 1975. The
largest part of these, 31 per cent, related to marriages of five to nine years' duration,
with another 20 per cent being under five years.
There is a downward trend for adoptions and these numbered only 1,637 in
1975. While the proportion of adoptions which involved legitimate offspring has
increased over the years, as has the proportion for which status of the child is not
known, a declining proportion are being shown as illegitimate. To some extent the
increase in adoptions for which legitimacy status is not known relates to the increasing number of adoptions in the Province where the child is born out of the Province.
As noted in previous years, population-based rates for years following the last
census are subject to revision following the next census.
 BB 30 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
LONG-TERM TRENDS OF POPULATION AND VITAL EVENTS
TABLE 9—POPULATION BY SEX AND AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1901-75
Year
Total
Age-group (Years)
0-4
20-29
70-79
80+
1901
T
M
F
T
M
F
1971
T
M
F
19-1
T
M
F
1941
T
M
F
19*1
T
M
F
19SS
T
M
F
1°«1
T
M
F
1962
t
M
F
1963
T
M
F
1964
T
M
F
1C_K<
T
M
F
1066
T
M
F
1967
T
M
F
1968
T
M
F
1969
T
M
F
1970
T
M
F
1971
T
M
F
1972
T
M
F
1"7»
X
M
F
.07..
T
M
F
1975
T
M
F
178.7
1142
64.5
392.5
2S1.6
140.9
524.6
293.4
231.2
6943
3852
309.1
817.8
435.0
382.8
1.165.2
597.0
568.2
1,398.5
720.5
678.0
1,629.1
829.1
800.0
1,660.0
844.4
815.6
1,699.0
863.6
835.4
1,745.0
885.3
859.7
1,797.0
910.9
886.1
1,873.7
948.6
925.1
1,945.0
983.6
961.4
2,003.0
1,011.2
991.8
2,060.0
1,038.4
1,021.6
2,128.0
1,071.9
1,056.1
2,184.6
1,100.4
1,084.2
2,247.0
1,132.9
1,114.1
2,315.0
1,165.0
1,150.0
2,395.2
1,204.3
1,190.9
2,457.2
1,234.1
1,223.1
162
83
7.9
36.1
18.1
18.0
49.8
25.0
24.8
52.0
262
25.8
593
30.1
29.4
125.9
642
61.7
1S6.8
80.0
76.8
186.8
95.3
91.5
189.1
96.8
923
-90.7
97.9
92.8
191.4
98.1
93.3
190.1
98.1
92.0
188.8
97.0
91.8
185.9
953
90.6
180.8
92.6
882
177.8
90.9
86.9
177.5
90.9
86.6
175.4
89.7
85.7
177.8
91.1
86.7
182.0
93.0
89.0
184.9
94.5
90.4
1843
94.3
90.0
15.7
8.1
7.6
29.6
152
14.4
543
27.4
26.9
592
30.1
29.1
54.8
27.9
26.9
99.9
51.0
48.9
140.6
713
69.1
171.7
87.9
83.8
174.6
89.4
852
179.6
92.1
873
184.0
94.7
89.3
1913
983
932
203.1
103.0
100.1
209.1
106.4
102.7
2123
1083
1042
213.4
109.0
104.4
213.4
1092
104.2
2122
1083
103.9
2083
106.7
101.6
201.7
103.0
98.7
199.7
102.1
97.6
198.8
1012
97.6
12-6
6.6
6.0
253
13.1
12-4
453
22.8
223
59.9
302
29.7
60.7
30.6
30.1
78.6
39.8
38.8
108.5
55.4
53.1
150.7
76.9
73.8
1563
79.8
76.7
161.9
82.6
793
167.0
853
81.7
173.1
88.4
84.7
182.4
93.4
89.0
191.9
98.1
93.8
200.6
102.4
982
209.0
1063
1023
217.1
110.5
106.6
2223
1132
109.1
2263
115.4
110.9
2323
118.7
113.6
236.4
120.8
115.6
236.0
121.0
115.0
132
7.4
S.8
27.7
15.7
12.0
37.7
192
183
62.4
31.9
30.5
66.6
33.7
32.9
703
35.8
343
86.4
44.1
423
112.6
57.7
54.9
1203
62.0
58.5
129.7
66.9
62.8
•140.0
71.9
68.1
148.9
76.1
72.8
158.4
80.7
77.7
167.7
853
822
175.8
893
86.3
183.8
93.7
90.1
193.1
98.4
94.7
201.1
102.8
983
208.6
106.8
101.8
218.9
111.6
107.3
228.0
116.1
111.9
234.0
1193
114.7
39.6
26.7
12.9
99.1
70.0
29.1
76.6
39.7
36.9
1073
S8.1
49.4
1413
70.1
712
171.4
83.1
883
186.9
983
88.6
197.4
101.0
96.4
198.0
100.7
973
202.8
102.8
100.0
211.9
1072
104.7
224.4
1133
110.9
243.6
123.7
119.9
264.8
1343
1303
283.9
143.9
140.0
302.7
1533
149.4
324.6
1643
160.1
345.3
175.0
170.3
367.8
186.6
1812
386.4
195.5
190.9
411.0
207.6
203.4
4282
216.1
212.0
39.0
27.4
11.6
83.4
582
252
101.1
60.0
41.1
98.8
54.1
44.7
117.8
63.3
543
182.1
88.1
94.0
209.6
103.0
106.6
228.4
114.9
1133
227.0
114.7
112.3
225.9
114.8
111.1
226.8
115.6
1112
229.0
117.3
111.7
235.3
1223
112.8
241.7
1263
115.4
245.2
128.1
117.1
248.8
129.6
119.2
254.4
132.6
121.8
260.1
1352
124.9
271.9
1413
130.4
288.0
149.4
138.6
308.1
160.0
148.1
323.6
167.4
156.3
232
16.7
63
50.3
34.8
153
80.4
503
30.1
1123
68.1
44.4
100.6
53.8
46.8
1433
763
67.0
1812
93.6
87.6
209.1
103.3
105.8
212.6
104.6
108.0
216.3
105.8
110.5
220.3
107.3
113.0
224.7
109.4
1153
231.0
113.6
117.4
2383
117.6
120.7
2443
121.4
123.1
249.6
124.8
124.8
254.8
1283
1263
257.7
130.9
126.8
261-4
133.9
1273
264.6
1362
128.4
268.9
1393
129.6
2733
1422
131.3
112
7-8
3.4
25.1
16.6
8.5
463
29.1
172
792
49.0
302
106.O
613
443
112.1
583
53.6
125.9
67.4
583
150.6
792
71.4
156.6
82.0
74.6
1632
84.8
78.4
170.5
87.7
82.8
178.1
90.9
87.2
185.6
94.0
91.6
193.5
97.0
963
2003
99.7
100.8
207.4
1022
1052
214.6
104.9
109.7
220-8
107.7
113.1
226.0
110.0
116.0
232.9
113.1
119.8
238.6
115.6
123.0
244.5
118.3
126.2
5.7
3.8
1.9
10.8
7.0
3.8
233
14.6
8.9
41.8
25.6
162
72.0
42.4
29.6
108.4
60.1
48.3
105.9
553
50.6
107.0
53.6
53.4
1083
55.0
533
110.4
563
54.1
113.0
57.9
55.1
1162
59.6
56.6
121.7
613
60.4
126.1
633
62.8
1313
65.8
653
137.6
68.8
68.8
1453
72.4
72.9
152.9
762
76.7
158.9
78.9
80.0
164.9
81.1
83.8
172.3
84.0
883
182.3
883
94.1
1-9
12
0.7
3.8
23
13
7-8
4.4
3.4
172
10.0
72
30.7
17.6
13.1
58.7
323
262
76.6
41.7
34.9
85.7
44.6
41.1
85.4
43.7
41.7
85.1
42.9
422
843
41.9
42.6
842
41.3
42.9
853
40.7
44.8
85.9
403
45.4
863
40.1
46.2
863
39.7
463
87.7
39.8
47.9
893
403
49.0
91.8
41.6
502
94.1
42.9
51.2
973
442
53.1
101.1
46.3
54.8
0.4
02
02
1.1
0.6
03
1.8
0.9
0.9
3.8
1_>
1.9
7.8
4.0
3.8
143
7.6
6.9
20.1
102
9.9
29.1
14.7
14*
312
15.7
153
33.4
16.7
16.7
35.6
17.7
17.9
36.8
18.0
18.8
383
18.7
19.6
40.1
19.1
21.0
41.6
19.4
222
43.4
19.9
233
45.5
20.4
25.1
47.3
20.9
26.4
482
20.4
27.8
492
20.5
28.7
50.0
20.1
29.9
50.8
19.9
30.8
Source: Figures for 1901, 1911, 1921, 1931, 1941, 1951, 1956, 1961, 1966, and 1971 are census counts, while
the remainder are estimated by Statistics Canada.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975
BB 31
TABLE 10—NUMBERS OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES, AND CORRESPONDING CRUDE RATES, INCLUDING THE STANDARDIZED DEATH RATEl,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-75
(Rates per 1,000 population)
Year
Population
Live Birth-
Number        Rale
Standardized
Rate
Marriages
Number     Rate
1921-
1924-
1925-
1926-
1929-
1930-
1934-
1935-
1936.
1937-
1938-
1939-
1940-
1943-
1944-
1947-
1948-
1949-
1950-
1953-
1954-
1955-
1957-
1958-
1959-
I960-
1963-
1964-
1965-
1967-
1968-
1969-
1972-
1974-
1975-
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
1,165210
1,205,000
1248,000
1295,000
1342,000
10,653
10,166
10,001
10,119
10,342
10,063
10,084
10385
10,378
10.867
10,404
10214
9383
9,813
10,013
10,571
11279
12,476
12,373
13,830
15,038
16,808
18,802
18,999
18,877
22,609
26286
25,984
27,301
27,116
28,077
29,827
31,746
32,946
34,138
1398,464
1,482,000
1338,000
1,567,000
1,602,000
36,241
38,744
39,577
39,971
40,116
1,629,100
1,660,000
1,699,000
1,745,000
1,797,000
38,591
38,128
37,478
35,897
33,669
1,873,674
1,945,000
2,003,000
2,060,000
2,128,000
32302
32,899
33,687
35383
36,861
2,184,620
2247,000
2,315,000
2,395,200
2,457,200
34,852
34,563
34,352
35,450
36281
203
18.8
18.0
17.7
17.6
16.6
162
162
15.7
16.1
15.0
14.4
13.4
133
13.6
142
14.9
16.1
15.6
172
18.4
193
20.9
20.4
19.9
223
252
24.0
243
23.8
24.1
24.8
25.4
25.4
25.4
25.9
26.1
25.7
253
2S.0
23.7
23.0
22.1
20.6
18.7
173
16.9
16.8
172
173
16.0
15.4
14.9
14.9
14.8
4,208
4,907
4,997
5,004
4,945
S.474
5,750
S.910
6,397
6,400
6,114
6,150
6,221
6378
6,857
7222
7,973
7,460
7317
8315
8305
8,869
10,012
9,697
9,756
10,137
10,613
11,316
11,315
11381
11,638
12,080
12,218
12,414
12,816
13,415
9.6
13,711
93
13,741
8.9
14,336
9.1
14,696
92
14,403
8.8
14,912
9.0
15,029
8.8
16,051
92
15,784
8.8
16,290
8.7
16,170
83
16,828
8.4
17,377
8.4
17,020
8.0
17,783
8.1
18,021
8.0
18,095
7.9
19,177
8.1
19,151
7.8
8.0
9.1
9.0
8.8
8.4
9.0
92
93.
9.7
93
8.8
8.7
8.7
8.8
93
9.7
103
9.6
93
103
10.4
102
11.1
10.4
103
10.1
102
103
102
102
10.0
10.0
9.8
9.6
93
10.9
122
12.0
11.4
11.0
113
12.0
11.7
12.1
11.7
103
10.4
10.0
9.9
103
10.8
113
10.1
9.6
102
102
9.9
10.7
9.8
9.7
93
93
92
8.7
8.6
8.4
8.4
8.1
7.9
7.8
IS
7.7
73
73
7.4
7.1
7.1
7.0
72
6.9
6.9
7.1
72
73
6.9
63
6.4
62
6.4
62
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
9385
8,434
9262
11.762
11,852
11.718
11376
11,110
11272
11,081
11298
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
20389
20,659
21,303
21,734
21,824
7.4
7:0
7.1
7.1
72
73
7.6
7.7
7.8
6.9
5.6
5.1
5.6
6.6
6.8
73
82
IS
9.9
12.0
11.9
123
10.4
9.0
9.8
11.7
11.4
10.8
102
9.8
9.7
92
9.1
83
82
83
83
7.9
7.6
7.0
6.7
6.7
6.9
7.0
7.6
7.8
82
8.4
8.9
9.4
93
92
93.
9.1
8.9
_ Standardized to 1956 Census Population of Canada.
 BB 32
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH D—CRUDE LIVE BIRTH, DEATH, AND MARRIAGE RATES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-75
(Rates per 1,000 population)
RATE
30
30
20
15
10
BIRTHS
DEATHS
*     em           S2* —■. *
!_____^_
"^y
 ^
7
___.
*
.RRIAGES
v,-"
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--■ .__-—*
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1 1.1.'.
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1 1 1 1
• i-1
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TABLE 11—LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN INSTITUTIONS COMPARED TO
TOTAL LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1926-75
Year
Live Births
Deaths
Total
In
Institutions
Percentage
of Total In
. Institutions
Total
In
Institutions
Percentage
of Total in
Institutions
*_—-■-_-.    .«?«-__.
10355
10,005
12,106
17,705
25,859
31,347
38,930
36,753
34366
34.852
34363
34,352
35,450
36281
5345
6,769
9,688
16,158
24,846
30,619
38359
36395
34,053
34,665
34382
34,174
35276
36,074
1
533
67.7
80.0
913
96.1
97.7
983
99.0
99.4
99.5
993
99.5
993
99.4
1
5,986
6390
7,697
9,368
10,992
12233
13.980
15236
16,737
17,783
18,021
18,095
19,177
19,151
2,466
3,102
4,053
5350
6,621
7,875
9,379
10,153
12,062
12,948
13272
13,196
14,171
14,334
1
412
icr-i__.«
493
"
tai«_-_.
52.7
IQdl—d.
57.1
*
.o-u__<n
602
hk._«
64.4
"
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10AK-70
72.1
1971
72-8
vm
73.6
ttm
72.9
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I
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BB 33
TABLE 12—LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND NATURAL INCREASE,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-75
(Rates per 1,000 population)
A—Including Registered Indians
Year
Live Births
Deaths
Natural Increase
Number 1     Rate
Number
Rate
Number
Rata
10256
10356
10,005
12.105
17,705
25359
31347
38.930
36.753
34266
34,852
34363
34352
35,450
36281
18.4
162
14.0
15.6
193
24.0
25.1
25.7
213
17.1
16.0
15.4
143
14.8
14.8
4,812
5,987
6346
7,697
9368
10392
12233
13380
15236
16,737
17.783
18,021
18,095
19,177
19,151
8.6
93
83
93
103
102
93
92
83
8-4
8.1
83
7.8
8.0
73
5,444
4369
3,659
4.408
8337
14367
19.114
24350
21317
17329
17.069
16342
16357
16.273
17.130
9.8
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63
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.,       iKrtK-in
5.7
„           1«M1_"«
153
m       fafx-tfn
16.4
',',       1961--1.5
12.6
j,     vft-nt
83
""I
73
.OT>
7.4
lOTt
7.0
107__
6.8
107*
7.0
B—Excluding Registered Indians
196L
1966-
1970-
1971-
1974-
1975-
36,803
23.1
14303
83
22300
143
36371
22.4
14,465
83
21306
133
35,685
213
14,610
83
21375
12.7
34234
20.1
15,634
92
18,600
103
31,977
182
15365
8.8
16,688
93
30,974
163
15,856
8.7
15,118
83
31.416
163
15,750
83
15,666
82
32201
16.4
16396
8.4
15,805
8.1
33351
163
16357
8.4
16394
8.4
35391
173
16398
8.0
18,793
9.0
33329
15.7
17356
8.1
16,173
7.6
33238
14.7
17396
73
15.642
63
33,063
14.6
17,656
7.8
15,407
6.8
34,207
14.6
18,682
8.0
15325
6.6
35,016
14.6
18,693
7.8
16323
6.8
C—Registered Indians Only
1966-
1967-
1968-
1969-
1970-
1971-
1974-
1975-
1.788
473
400
10.6
1388
36.7
1,757
45.1
447
113
1310
33.4
1,793
443
419
10.4
1374
34.1
1,663
40.1
417
103
1246
303
1,692
39.6
419
93
1,197
283
1328
343
434
9_»
1,094
25.0
1.483
33.1
420
9.4
1,063
233
1.486
32.7
432
93
1,054
232
1,432
30.8
420
9.0
1,012
213
1,470
31.0
422
8.9
1,048
22.1
1323
27.3
427
8.8
896
183
1325
26.9
425
8.6
900
183
1289
25.8
439
8.8
850
17.0
1,243
243
495
9.7
748
14.7
1,265
242
458
8.8
807
153
Note—The term "registered Indian.** as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether living
on or off the 1
 BB 34
TABLE 13
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
-LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS BY SEX, SHOWING SEX RATIOS,
BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1921-75
A—Including Registered Indians
Year
Live Births
Deaths
Male
Female
Sex Ratio 1
Male
Female
Sex Ratios
Am-i-.   IB1-K
5310
5266
5,136
6214
9,082
13214
16,109
19,888
18,748
17365
18303
17,660
17,640
18228
18,492
4346
5,090
4,869
5,891
8,623
12345
15238
19342
18,004
16,701
16349
16,903
16,712
17222
17,789
1373.6
1,0343
13543
1,0543
1,0532
1,045.0
13572
1,044.4
1,0413
1,051.7
1,0683
1,0443
1.0553
1.058.4
1,0393
2370
3,719
3387
4,790
5,841
6346
7,635
8340
9,299
10,053
10309
10,464
10,759
11,392
11345
1,842
2268
2,459
2307
3327
4.146
4398
5340
5,937
6,684
7274
7357
7336
7,785
7,806
1,612.4
lOTK-Vt
1,6393
"
mut
1380.7
**
._>«___>
1347.7
1,656.1
1,6512
1.6603
**
**
10<1_«
lO-M-K^
1,618.0
"*
10A1-A.
1,5663
**
1<_-_-.n
1,504.0
107.
1,444.7
10T>
1384.7
larrx
1,466.6
1074
1,4633
■ton*
1,453.4
B—Excluding Registered Indians
1961_
1963-
1964-
1965-
1967-
1968-
1969-
1970-
1971-
1975-
18,785
18,018
1,0423
8344
5359
1,6133
18,497
17374
13343
8342
5323
1,6193
18266
17.419
1,0483
8,857
3.753
1-5393
17,520
16,714
1,0482
9360
6,074
13733
16277
15,700
1,036.7
9290
6375
13292
15,824
15,150
13443
9,621
6235
1343.1
16397
15319
1,050.8
9,466
6284
1,506.4
16,488
15,713
13493
9,803
6393
1,486.9
17380
16,571
1,048.8
10244
6213
1,648.8
18257
17,134
1,0653
9,888
6,710
1,473.6
17336
16,193
1,070.6
10,261
7,095
1,4462
16,980
16258
1,0444
10217
7379
1384.6
16,966
16,097
1,054.0
10,497
7,159
1,4663
17377
16,630
1,056.9
11,097
7385
1,463.0
17,850
17,166
1,039.8
11,070
7,623
1,4522
C—Registered Indians Only
1964-
1965-
1966-
1967-
1968-
1970-
1971-
1973-
1974-
1975-
928
892
874
870
833
801
734
735
747
761
667
680
674
651
642
865
919
793
859
727
749
751
685
709
656
645
615
592
623
1,079.1
1,0312
9513
1397.1
969.7
1,1013
980.0
978.7
1,0903
1,0733
1,016.8
1,054.3
1,095.9
1,099.7
1,0303
240
242
241
245
233
253
254
240
253
243
248
247
262
295
275
160
1300.0
205
1,1803
178
13533
172
1,424.4
186
1.252.7
181
13973
166
1330.1
192
1250.0
167
1315.0
179
1,3573
179
1,3853
178
1387.6
177
1,4802
200
1,475.0
183
1302.7
* Number of mak births per 1,000 female births.
s 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, 1975 BB 35
TRENDS OF LIVE BIRTHS AND STILLBIRTHS
TABLE 14—LIVE BIRTHS, BY MONTHS, BRITISH COLUMBIA 1968-75
A—Including Registered Indians
Month
Year
Total
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Not.
Dec.
1968
33.687
2,612
2,542
2,783
2,829
3,052
2,853
2,866
2,885
3,054
2.796
2,665
2,750
1969
35383
2,812
2,619
3,111
3,027
3246
2,901
3,095
2352
2,998
2,974
2,712
2,936
1970
36,861
2,907
2,718
3,161
3,248
3253
3,114
3269
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
2389
2,817
2,780
1972
34363
2,731
2,71©
3,076
2,830
3,016
2,951
2380
2,942
2,973
2,915
2,661
2,778
1973
34352
2,783
2,640
2,980
2,873
3,146
2327
3,040
2308
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
2341
1975
36,277
2,890
2,737
3,171
3,143
3246
3,061
3,125
3,113
3,040
3,047
2,774
2330
B—Excluding Registered Indians
1968
32,201
2303
2,429
2,666
2,693
2,918
2,746
2,732
2,747
2,919
2,671
2,545
2,632
1969
33,951
2,686
2307
2,947
2,917
3,123
2,791
2,972
2,834
2,867
2,859
2,617
2,831
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
33329
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
2359
2,675
1973
33,063
2,670
2,551
2,853
2,772
3,034
2,798
2346
2,795
2,684
2,727
2366
2,667
1974
34207
2,753
2354
2,762
2,894
3,021
2,834
2,932
2,945
2,868
3,011
2,789
2,844
1975
35,012
2,787
2,632
3,034
3,047
3,142
2355
3,008
3,019
2,924
2352
2,677
2,835
C—Registered Indians Only
1968
1/186
109
113
117
136
134
107
134
138
135
125
120
118
1969
1.432
126
112
164
HO
123
110
123
118
131
115
95
105
1970
1,470
129
124
136
139
133
111
135
109
133
108
120
93
1971
1323
125
95
129
118
111
110
131
123
90
95
99
97
1972
1325
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
1243
129
102
108
107
96
99
100
96
98
115
96
97
1975
1265
103
105
137
96
104
106
117
94
116
95
97
95
 BB 36
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 15—LEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1931-75
(Showing percentage legitimate)
A—Including Rhgxsxerbd Indians
Age-group (Years)
Total
Legitimate
Legitimate
Year
Under
15
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45
and
Over
Not
Stated
Ctent
of Live
Births
Average, 1931-35	
„       1936-40	
„       1941-45	
„       1946-50	
1951-55	
0.8
1.6
1.0
13
2.4
3.4
12
1.0
"1
2~
2
1
620.6
7673
8913
13742
1,911.4
3,1053
3,189.8
3,175.4
3310
2398
2312
2.752
| 2,499
2,7592
3.606.8
5,028.4
6377.4
82042
10,828.4
10,7112
10,576.4
11,602
11,162
10372
11,045
11,075
2,7662
3,6073
5,465.4
7363.6
'83902
10.481.6
92953
8316.4
10,078
10,679
11,015
11343
11387
1307.6
2,1342
3,422.6
5310.4
6361.6
73662
6363.6
4380.0
4,087
4,187
4,066
4,471
4,772
1.138.6
13993
13522
2391.0
3,084.4
3,854.4
3302.8
2,079.6
1361
1272
1.170
1,114
1,092
4252
3652
4103
5703
835.6
1,012.4
990.0
587.4
349
308
239
227
230
473
423
402
50.8
553
68.4
603
413
25
27
18
13
14
93
63
4.0
42
3.4
4.0   '
02
1.6
3
4~
2
1
9,6753
11,631.0
16,8162
24343.0
29/1483
36,424.6
333152
29,759.6
30.616
30,633
30398
31,167
31,671
96.7
96.1
953
94.1
933
93.6
„       1961-65	
1966-70	
1071
913
86.8
87.8
i«"
itm
11*74
107*
873
B—Excluding Registered Indians
1967-
1968-
1969-
1970-
2
3,047
10,861
9,780
6,460
3327
1,004
64
1
34,746
94.4
__
3352
10383
9.451
6240
3,421
969
43
	
34,159
933
1
3,025
10,634
9240
6,027
3254
991
57
___
33229
93.1
2
2375
10215
8,633
5397
3,040
958
48
	
31,468
913
____
3310
9,136
8,006
5,018
2,710
821
63
	
28364
903
2
3,170
9330
7.786
4388
2351
686
57
1
27,671
893
___
3,043
9372
7,917
4,195
2,139
608
34
_____
27308
883
2
"2325
10,186
8332
4227
1,935
562
46
1
29,416
882
1
3,006
10,715
9376
4270
1304
489
35
2
29,798
873
	
3,164
11,413
10,046
4307
1,702
481
29 '
3
31,145
88.0
1
2306
11381
,9334
4,004
1,427
337
24
3
30,017
893
	
2,870
10334
10355
4.127
1250
297
24
	
30,057
90-4
2
2310
10,748
10302
4,017
1,144
.227
17
3
29370
903
2
2,656
10,842
11,421
4,431
1,105
219
13
2
30,689
893
1
2395
10,862
11,879
4,733
1,071
223
'14
1
31,179
893
C—Registered Indians Only
1963-
1966_
1968-
1969-
1970-
1974-
1975-
140
360
289
209
114
46
7
133
352
308
212
118
36
6
133
372
276
220
111
55
3
117
329
255
184
110
34
6
117
314
241
151
109
36
6
113
333
218
124
90
24
3
109
273
186
110
84
31
3
123
259
191
104
71
19
2
114
244
177
82
70
21
110
257
153
93
52
16
104
221
144
83
34
12
1
128
228
124
60
22
11
3
102
224
113
49
26
12
1
98
203
122
40
9
8
104
213
108
39
21
7
1,165
653
1,165
66.1
1,170
653
1,036
623
974
573
905
592
797
53.7
769
51.7
708
49.4
681
463
599
453
576
433
528
41.0
480
38.6
492
38.9
Note—'The term "registered Indian,*" as used in this Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether
living on or off the reserves.
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BB 37
TABLE
-ILLEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS * BY AGE OF MOTHER,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1931-75
(Showing percentage illegitimate)
A—Including Registered Indians
Age-group (Years)
Under
15
15-19     20-24     25-29
30-34     35-39
40-44
45
and
Over
Total
megitt-
_aegit_-
of Live
Births
1931-35-
1936-40.
1941-45.
1946-50	
1951-55.
1961-65-
1966-70	
197L
1972_
1973-
3.6
4.0
63
7.6
103
20.6
22.0
38.0
39
39
43
33
40
1013
1333
225.4
368.4
458.0
7283
13213
1,782.4
1,765
1396
1321
1,751
1308
122.4
176.6
355.61
545.8
6283
7282
1.023.6
1343.01
1386
1-239
1323
1,403
1,483
48.8
83.8
160.8
3123
3873
4643
493.6
634.0
614
580
642
714
777
,o|
.SI
29.0
165.81
2142
3053
314.6
295.4|
279
235
284
261
278
173
213
443
843
126.6
1913
1903
159.8
115
104
109
91
102
53
9.8
143
263
40.6
613
62.6
50.0
34
34
32
28
21
03
12
2.8
32
3.6
43
63
3.6
2
3
12
1A
03
23
13
03
03
1.0
3303
4743
13162
1.890.0
23053
3.1373
43072
4236
3330
3,954
4281
4,610
33
33
53
53
6.1
63
83
124
122
113
113
12.0
12.7
B—Excluding Registered Indians
lOKI
16
16
18
17
24
32
21
22
37
37
26
29
31
27
30
661
675
812
977
1389
1299
1381
1,483
1,657
1.771
1.478
1390
1311
1,409
1361
628
658
794
879
1340
1349
1393
1375
1,449
1382
1,144
982
970
1,125
1216
324
386
379
415
422
461
480
515
557
571
497
469
534
594
677
245
253
242
246
252
263
239
224
260
234
234
186
232
222
244
142
168
145
163
138
142
152
117
142
122
100
90
88
76
89
42
48
60
59
42
53
38
45
43
28
29
32
27
27
19
4
' 2
6
10
4
2.
'  3
5
7
1
2
3
i
2~*
2
1 ;
1
1
2362
2207
2356
2,766
3,013
3303
3308
3,785
4.153
4346
3312
3.181
3,193
3,480
3,837
5.6
ia/»
6.1
-ac*
63
-a*..  -
8.1
MB
93
_a-_c
10.7
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laat
113
toco
122
vm
12.0
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9.6
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10.0
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102
1Q7-!
113
C—Registered Indians Only
lOKI
4
5
6
8
6
10
7
8
7
9
13
10
12
6
10
182
158
188
175
191
210
228
229
241
313
287
306
310
340
347
195
203
228
219
274
230
255
262
268
252
242
257
253
264
267
107
105
95
106
129
90
119
125
127
125
117
111
108
106
100
70
68
59
68
70
48
44
52
57
56
45
49
52
33
34
47   1
41
35
37
34
28
21
29
18
28
15
14
21
13
13
11
13
12
13
13
7
12
12
6
6
5
2
5
1
2
2
4
i
—
618
597
623
627
718
623
686
717
724
789
724
749
761
763
773
34.7
1CUC7
333
.as*
34.7
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37.7
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42.4
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403
lOCT
46.3
l-M
483
50.6
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tcrm
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54.7
lOTJ
563
lam
59.0
1074
61.4
IQrW
61.1
i 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 tills Report, refers to Indians by legal status, whether living
on or off the reserves.
 BB 38
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
GRAPH E—.-..LEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-75
(Illegitimate births as a proportion of live births)
PER CENT OF
LIVE BIRTHS
70
_>n
19
is
17
16
16
14
13
12
11
13
. /
\S
9
-
7
7
6
5
_**-="
6
5
4
4
?
1
_x
1
n
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-1 1 1 1
Jill
1.1 1 *_
till
III.
0
1921     1926     1931    1936
1941   1946    1951
YEAR
1956    1961    1966    1971 1975
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975
BB 39
TABLE 17—LIVE BIRTHS, BY AGE OF MOTHER AND TOTAL BIRTH ORDER,!
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1971-75
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
Mot
Stated
Cent
of AH
Births
1971
40
3,813
6,132
3,256
719
203
1
40
4,775
12,988
0.1
843
4,765
3,724
1,149
313
102
1364
2228
1,088
412
1
12
412
885
662
356
2
81
353
357
252
2
20
1471
184]
143
1
10
63
101
116
13.7
2
27
40
55
2
7
40
47
37.3
2
26
89
10,692
4,366
1386
5
30.7
12.5
5.7
Not stated	
3
C?)
Totals
14,164|10,794
5,395
2-327
1,045
496|
291
124
96
117
3
34,852
100
Per cent of all births	
40.61    31.0
153
6.7
3.0
1.4
0.8
0.4
0.3
0.3
(=9
100
1972
39
39
4,694
12,401
0.1
110
1,325
2,109
1,071
343
14
307
811
613
286
13.6
5,963   4,705
3,668   4223
837   1327
1971     341
76
277
276
177
18
99
152
164
6
42
78
76
1
8
19
39
353
20
37
46
2
12
79
11,259
32.6
4,422
1,748
12.8
5.0
Totals	
14,468|11,402
4,958
2,031
806
433
202
103
67
931
34363
100
Per cent of aU births	
41.8|    33.0
143
5.9
2.3
13
0.6
03
0.2
n.3|
100
1973
44           1
3,639       799
5,962   4,660
3,977   4321
929   1,413
200      306
l|          2
45
4333
12,195
11.657
0.1
90
1,232
2,173
1,027
292
4
268
673
507
255
1
56
193
239
181
132
12
81
121
121
1
3
21
59
68
1
10
22
51
1
3
13
60
	
353
5
18
36
33.9
4350
1368
4
12.7
4.6
Not stated   .—           ...
<*)
Totals              	
14,752|11,702
4,814
1,707
670
336
1S1
84
59
77
34352
100
Per cent of all births
42.91    34.1
14.0
5.0
2.0
1.0
0.4
02
0.2
0.2
100
1974
34
3,628
6,427
4383
1,098
242
1
792
4,480
4,823
1,607
329
35
4,503
12,448
12257
0.1
62
1310
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
12.7
70-24    ,,
3
19
27
36
1
35.1
25-29   „
1
10
18
2
11
40
34.6
4,732
1,473
2
133
42
Not stated   -..
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.«
34.C
13.3
4.8
1.1
0.8
0.4
02
0.1
0.1
(2:
100
1975
41
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6,75"
4,83i
1,26!
23-
41
4,40"
12,55f
. 12,76<
0.1
70:
4,311
I   4,94!
•   1,761
1       351
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12,06<
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237
1    659
\    534
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1
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13
1
5
20
37
12.2
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22
31
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1
2
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(
s
21
I     352
m-it   „
5,05.
1.46C
t           1
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>       4.0
i
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16,750|12,08<
.4,77:
-1,644
52.
5     25.
|  io:
63
31
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and stillbirths but exclude abortions and miscarriages.
2 Less than 0.5.
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TABLE 18-^STII_LBIRTH NUMBERS AND RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-75
Year
Number of
Number of
Rate per
1300 live
Births
Stillbirths
Lire Births
288
10256
28.1
286
10355
273
247
10305
24.7
249
12,106
20.6
307
17,705
173
353
25359.
13.7
374
31347
113
418
38330
10.7
370
36.753
10.1
311
34266
9.1
310S
34352
83
238
34363
63
243
34352
7.1
252
35,450
7.1
285
36381
73
111
37-478
3.0
112
35397
3.1
124
33369
3.7
1081
32302
33
1112
32,899
33
117
33387
33
137
35383
33
1113
38361
33
132-
34352
33
118
34363
3.4
96
34,352
2.8
112
35,450
32
129
36281
33
Average, 1921-25-
1926-30-
1931-35-
1936-40-
„        1941-45-
„        1946-50-
28 Weeks* Gestation Period and Over
„        1956-60-
1972_
1974-
1975-
20-27 Weeks* Gestation Period
1964-
1965-
1967-
1968-
1970-
197L-
1974-
1975-
-■ There were two st-Ubi-ths for which gestation period was not stated.
_ There was one stillbirth for which gestation period was not stated,
a There were four stillbirths for which gestation period was not stated.
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TABLE 22—DEATHS FROM MAJOR CARDIOVASCULAR-RENAL DISEASES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1971-75
Eighth
Revision,
Intermed.
Int.Li-.No.
Cause of Death
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
A80
5,812
68
1,851
64S
76
71
1
6,089
62
1,995
639
67
61
5,988
49
1,817
643
65
52
6,317
46
1,980
600
73
60
A81, A82o,
A83, A84
6,175
A82->
42
A85
1,998
A86
A87, A88
Diseases of the arteries, arterioles, and capillaries .
643
83
A105, A106
Nephritis and nephrosis _	
77
8,523
47.9
390.1
8,914
49.5
396.7
1
8,614
47.6
372.1
9,076
473
378.9
9,018
47.1
Rate per 100,000 population	
367.0
Nous—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table.  See
Introduction.
TABLE 23—DEATHS FROM DISEASES OF THE HEART BY SEX AND
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1971-75
JV?SSP
TotalDeathsFromDiseasesoftheHeart                    Rate per 100,000 Population
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1971
1972
1973
1974
.1975
0-39                                  M
F
40-49                                M
F
50-59                             M
F
60-69                                M
F
70-79                             M
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80 and over     '             M
'     F
30
9
173
37
472
97
767
278
948
647
1,171
1,183
30
11
178
28
422
114
794
311
943
681
1,238
1,339
40
15
144
31
445
102
820
313
1,009
611
1,195
1,263
45
20
149
34
474
110
901
314
1,002
672
1,231
1,364
1      38
8
134
28
467
120
908
364
976
673
1,202
1,257
4.1
13
1322
29-2
438.1
85.8
1,006.8
362.6
2,3413
1,319.7
5,6123
4,483.6
4.0
1-5
132.9
22.0
383.6
983
1,006.3
388.8
2,266.8
1356.6
6,068.6
4,816.5
5.2
2.0
105.7
243
393-5
85.1
1,011.1
373-5
2352.0
1,193.4
5,8293
4,400.7
5.6
2.6
107.0
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410.0
89.4
1,072.6
355.6
2,267.0
1,265.5
6.124.4
4,561.9
4.6
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94.2
213
394.8
95.1
1,0283
386.8
2,108.0
1,228.1
6,040.2
4,081.2
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3,561
2,251
3,605
2,484
3,653
2335
3,802
2-5151
3,725
2.450
323.6
207.6
318.2
223.0
313.6
203.0
315.7
211.1
301.8
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2003
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5,812
6,089
5,988
6317
6.175
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266.0
271.0
258.7
263.7
2513
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Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table.  Sec
Introduction.
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TABLE 24—DEATHS FROM CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES, BY SEX AND
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1971-75
Total Deaths From
Cerebrovascular Disease
Rate per
100X100 Population
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
0-39..
M
7
14
12
8
11
1.0
1.9
1.6
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13
F
9
19
9
11
16
13
2.7
1-2
1.4
2.0
40-49
M
15
13
28
21
18
11.5
9.7
20.6
15.1
12.7
F
21
23
27
26
19
16.6
18.0
21.0
20.1
14.5
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51
45
54
58
45
47.3
40.9
47.7
50.2
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45
51
66
42
49
39.8
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112
96
140
121
138
99
151
97
141
121
147.0
1252
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151.3
170.2
118.1
179.8
109.9
159.7
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128.6
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220
259
216
246
272
543.2
622.6
503.5
556.6
587.5
F
231
248
240
247
267
471^4
494.0
468.8
4652
4872
M
429
451
403
413
418
2,052.6
2-210.8
1,965.9
2,054.7
2,100.5
F
M
614
611
525
660
621
2325.8
2,197.8
1,848.6
2207.4
2,0162
Totals
8351
922
851
897
905
75.91
81.4
73.0
743
733
F
T
1,016
1,073
966
1,083
1,093
93.7
963
84.0
90.9
89.4
1,851
1,995
1
1,817
1,980
1,998
84.7
88.8
78.5
82.7
81.3
Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table.  See
Introduction.
TABLE 25—DEATHS FROM DISEASES OF THE ARTERIES, ARTERIOLES, AND
CAPILLARIES. BY SEX AND AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1971-75
Age-group
(Years)
Total Deaths From Diseases of the
Arteries, Arterioles, and Capillaries
Rate per 100,000 Population
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
0--0
M
4
1
5
2
21
6
52
23
96
48
182
205
2
~4
2
14
9
54
22
106
56
158
212
2
2
6
2
15
6
68
20
95
44
190
193
2
2
2
1
18
IO
60
15
97
39
166
188
2
3
1
5
19
12
69
25
108
52
155
192
0.6
0.1
3.8
1.6
193
53
683
30.0
237.1
97.9
8723
777.0
03
3"5
1.6
12.7
7.8
68.4
273
254.8
111.6
774.5
762.6
03
03
AA
1.6
133
5.0
83.8
23.9
221.4
85_9
926.8
679.6
02
03
1.4
0.8
15.6
8.1
71.4
17.0
2193
73.4
825.9
628.8
02
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F
M
0A
0.7
50-59
F
M
3.8
16.1
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F
M
93
78.1
70-70
F
M
26.6
233.3
80 and over	
F
F
M
94.9
778.9
623.4
360
285
338
301
376
267
345
255
354
289
32.7
263
29.8
27.0
323
232
28.6
21.4
28.7
F
T
23.6
645
639
643
600
643
293
28.4
27.8
25.0
262
Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table.  See
Introduction.
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TABLE 26—DEATHS FROM MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS, BY SITE AND SEX,
BRITISH COLUMBIA 1971-75
A—Numbers
Eighth
Revision,
Malignant Neoplasm of—
1971
1972
1973
1974      1
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List No.
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
31
39
173
157
91
19
541
5
21
1
12
23
92
170
71
2
105
4
19
330
69
42
41
41
149
14S
101
15
542
6
24
22
24
85
161
70
6
142
5
24
305
44
44
173
175
115
22
597
9
29
28
17
82
216
65
4
143
1
16
322
S3
SO
26
51
164
202
83
25
591
9
22
2
17
36
91
208
61
2
161
6!
22
358
43
34
461
65
76
50
47
166
174
91
21
631
7
27
3
253
16
99
197
52
A50
9
A51
Trachea, and of bronchus and lung not
188
7
A53
Kn
27
ASS
60
42
49
AS6
47
A57
200
385
94
111
216
410
100
146
195
397
80
128
226
472
87
115
A58
A59
A60
ottier and unspecified sites	
Leukaemia and aleulc-emia	
Lymphosarcoma  and  other neoplasms  of
lymphatic and h-ematopoietic system	
410
79
66
419
56
87
432
63
78
493
111
124
462
64
80
1,868
17.8
1,494 1,936
203   183
1308
20.0
2,00811,570
18.71 21.4
2,075
182
1,64112,201
21.1    19.4
1,637
21.0
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A45"
2.8
3.5
15.7
143
8.3
1.7
49.1
03
1.9
0.1
1.1
2.1
83
15.7
6.5
02
9.7
0.4
1.8
30.4
6.4
3.9
3.6
3.6
132
12.8
8.9
13
47.8
03
2.1
2.0
22
7.6
143
63
03
12.7
0.4
22
27.4
5.4
33
3.8
3.8
14.8
15.0
9.9
1-9
512
0.8
23
2.4
13
7.1
18.8
5.7
03
12.4
0.1
1.4
28.0
4.6
43
22
42
13.6
16.8
6.9
2.1
49.1
0.8
1.8
02
1.4
3.0
7.6
173
5.1
02
133
03
1.8
30.1
3.6
2.9
4.1
3.8
133
14.1
7.4
1.7
51.1
0.6
22
02
1.6
A46
1.3
A48
A49
4.3
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and
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15.4
AS2
0.6
A53
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2-2
A54
262
A55
A56
Other and unspecified parts o
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16.7
34.1
6S
11.0
3.8
AS7
18.2
35.0
83
10.1
19.1
362
8.8
12.9
18.8
203
402
9J0
10.0
A58
37.8
73
6.1
37.6
5.0
7.8
37.6
S3
6.8
392
72
93
38.7
S3
6.4
37.8
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52
Lymphosarcoma  and other neo
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..asms  of
ratem	
63
169.6
137..
170.9
145.4
172.4
136.5
172.3
137.8
1783
133.8
Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table.  See
Introduction.
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
DEATHS FROM ACCIDENTS AND VIOLENCE
la 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, 1971-75
(Rates per 100,000 population)
Eighth
Revision,
Intermed.
Int. List
No.
External Cause of Death
1972
No.
J No.
Rate
1973
Ko.  Rate
No. Rate
1975
No. Rata
AE138
AE139
AE140
AE141
AE142
AE143
AE144
AE145
AE146
AE147
AE148
AE149
AE150
Motor-vehicle accident-
Other transport accident-
Accidental poisoning	
Accidental fall
Accident caused by fire-
Accidental drowning and submersion-
Accident caused by firearm missile	
Accident, mainly of industrial type	
All other accidents	
Suicide—
Homicide—
Injury, undetermined whether accidentally
or purposely inflicted-
lnjury resulting from operations of war-
Totals	
622
124
205
255
98
101
17
128
95
381
67
14
2
283
5.7
9.4
11.7
43
4.6
0.8
5.9
43
17.4
3.1
0.6
0.1
697
94
273
250
92
79
18
118
79
356
92
22
2
31.0
A3.
12.1
11.1
4.1
33
03
S3
33
153
4.1
1.0
0.1
806
103
247
308
110
90
6
105
77
428
91
49
34.8
4.4
10.7
133
43
3.9
03
43
33
183
3.9
2.1
870
138
219
315
102
125
8
89
129
407
100
80
363
S3
9.1
132
43
52
03
3.7
5.4
17.0
42
33
770
133
228
324
109
108
4
92
96
412
101
74
1
313
5.4
92
132
4.4
4/4
02
3.7
3.9
16.8
4.1
3.0
2,109
2,172
96.7 2,420
2382
2,452
l Less than 0.005.
Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table.  See
Introduction.
TABLE 28—DEATHS FROM SPECIFIED INFECTIOUS AND NOTIFIABLE DISEASES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1971-75
Eighth
Revision,
Intermed.
Int. List
No.
Cause of Death
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
A3
36
41
1
1
i
i
9
1
1
5
13
11
3
9
3362
142
20
727
30
40
9
1
5
1
1
7
IO
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
35
26
4
1
1
6
n
2
2
2
13
12
3
8
3,716
59
19
567
1
43
25
5
A21
A23
Late effects of acute poliomyelitis and encephalitis :	
1
A22-A29
2
Resid-in
A1-A44
Other infective and parasitic diseases	
7
3,838
A91
Pneumonia—
Vfa-l
A92
4386
4,290
4305
4/487
4,665
Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table.  See
Introduction.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975
TRENDS OF INFANT AND MATERNAL. MORTALITY
BB 49
TABLE 29—PERINATAL,! NEONATAL, INFANT, AND MATERNAL DEATH
RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1966-75
(Total, excluding registered Indians, and registered rn^ian. only)
Item
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
Perinatal  death rates per  1,000
total births—
26.0
253
39.8
15.6
15.1
253
24.0
22.0
64.8
0A
0.4
13
25.6
24.9
433
14.4
13.6
33.0
21.4
19.1
70.1
02
0.1
0.7
23.8
22.9
42.8
13.2
123
26.9
19.6
182
49.8
03
02
2.7
21.9
22.9
43.0
12.1
11.7
23.0
18.1
163
55.9
03
02
2.1
21.0
203
37.0
11.4
10.7
293
16.9
153
5S.1
0.1
0.1
24.3
23.6
503
13.2
12.4
31.7
18.7
17.2
56.7
02
02
19.6
19.0
34.8
11.0
10.7
19.6
16.8
1S.6
46.0
0.1
0.1
19.4
18.9
30.7
11.1
10.6
233
16.7
1S.8
41.9
0.1
0.1
0.8
192
18.4
40.6
103
9.8
223
16.1
14.9
49.9
0.1
0.1
19.1
Excluding registered Indians—-
18.6
33.4
Neonatal  death rates per  1,000
live births—
93
Excluding registered T„_lnng	
9.0
182
Infant death rates per 1,000 live
births—
14.4
Excluding registered Indians	
13.4
42.7
Maternal death rates per 1,000
live births—
0.1
Excluding registered T-i<-jff-i«	
Registered Indians .	
0.1
l Includes deaths of infants under seven days old and stillbirths of 20 or more weeks* gestation.
Nora—-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 1971-75
Year
Total
Jan. Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Nov. Dec
1071
T
M
F
1077
T
M
F
tarn
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M
F
tans.
T
M
F
1975
T
M
F
653
381
272
580
343
237
575
319
256
572
349
223
524
295
229
54
34
20
50
23
27
51
31
20
42
25
17
42
26
16
43
22
21
50
26
24
46
26
20
38
22
16
62
33
29
42
23
19
57
23
34
61
30
31
50
30
20
66
39
27
50
32
18
58
33
25
50
37
13
48
26
22
51
33
18
47
29
18
38
19
19
43
22
21
47
26
21
58
36
22
55
38
17
47
27
20
37
23
14
41
21
20
42
24
18
44
28
16
43
24
19
44
28
16
35
22
13
60
35
25
58
34
24
42
30
12
55
35
20
53
27
26
23
21
41
24
17
46
26
20
59
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GRAPH F—INFANT DEATH RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1921-75
(Rates per 1,000 live births)
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-
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TABLE 33—MATERNAL DEATHS, BY CAUSE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1971-1975
Eighth
Revision,
Intermediate
Int.
List No.
Cause of Death
■1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
A112
A113
A114
Tox-emias of childbirth and the puerperium	
Haemorrhage of pregnancy and childbirth	
Abortion induced for medical and other legal
1
3
1
1
3
1
1
4
1
2
—
A115
A116
A117
Other and unspecified abortion	
Sepsis of childbirth and the puerperium	
Other   complications   of  pregnancy,   childbirth.
"2
6
0.2
4
0.1
5
.0.1
3
0.1
0.1
Note—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table.  See
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GRAPH G—MATERNAL DEATH RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA,' 1921-75
(Rates per 1,000 live births) -; -'
RATE
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MAIN CAUSES OF DEATH BY AGE-GROUPS
TABLE 34—DEATHS FROM FOUR MAIN CAUSES IN EACH SPECIFIED
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA 1975
Detailed
Int. Lit*
No.
Cause of Death
groups
by Cause
of Death
Per Cent of
AH Deaths
in Age-group
Per Cent of
All Deaths
Due to
Si    -
740-759
776
764-768,
770-772
480-486
740-759
140-209
460-466
740-759
345
E800-E949
B950-E959
140-209
Under 1 Year—Deaths, 524
1. Congenital anomali-s-
2. Anoxic and hypoxic conditio-- not elsewhere classified :	
3. Birth  injuries  difficult  labour,
of placenta and cord	
4. Pneumonia-
1-4 Yean—Deaths, 115
1. Accidents—
2. Congenital
3. Malignant neoplasms, including
of lymphatic and hiri.iatopoietic
4. Acute respiratory infections	
5-9 Years—Deaths, 83
1. Acddenta-
2. Malignant neoplasms,
of lymphatic and hematopoietic t
3. Congenital i
4.
10-19 Years—Deaths, 394
Accidents -_—______ ___
2. Suicides
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and -Hematopoietic tissue*
4. Homicides	
110
91
SO
28
51
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2
270
30
29
10
21.0
17j4
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53
443
21.7
113
SS
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2.4
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7.4
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62.5
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100.0
4.6
2.7
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17.6
0.4
1.7
1.0
14.5
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0.8
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3083
255.1
140.2
783
343
16.8
8.7
2.0
73
1.5
6.9
57.4
6.4
63.
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 34—DEATHS FROM FOUR MAIN CAUSES IN EACH SPECIFIED
AGE-GROUP, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975—Continued
Detailed
Int. List
No.
Cause of Death
Deaths in
groups
by Cause
of Death
Per Cent of
An Deaths
in Age-group
Per Cent of
An Deaths
Due to
Si       "
E800-E949
E950-E959
E960-E978
140-209
E800-E949
140-209
' E950-E959
393-398,
400.1,400.9,
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140-209
E800-E949
393-398,
400.1,400.9,
402,404-429
571
140-209
393-398,
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393-398,
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402,404-429
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402,404-429
140-209
430-438
440-448
393-398,
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430-438
140-209
440-448
20-29 Years—Deaths, 644
1. Accidents	
2. Suicides-
3. Homicides ——.
4. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues	
30-39 Years—Deaths, 518
1. Accidents.
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neopl;
of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues
3. Suicide--. ___	
4. Diseases of the heart -
40-49 Years—Deaths, 967
1. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and hsematopoietic tissues	
2. Accidents—
of the heart—
4. Cirrhosis—
50-59 Years—Deaths, 1,990
1. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and h-ematopoietic tissues	
2. Diseases of the heart .	
3. Accidents-
4. Cirrhosis—
60-69 Years—Deaths, 3,555
. Diseases of the heart	
2. Malignant neoplasms, including neop]
of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissui
3. Cerebrovascular diseases	
4. Accidents	
70-79 Yeats—Deaths, 4-345
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, 6,015
. Diseases of the heart	
2. Cerebrovascular diseases.
3. Malignant neoplasms, including neoplasms
of lymphatic and haematopoietic tissues——
4. Diseases of arteries,  arterioles,  and capillaries . .
382
107
35
200
78
62
34
247
205
162
595
587
199
131
1,272
1,008
262
178
1,649
1,058
539
2,459
1,039
767
347
593
16.6
5.4
38.6
15.1
12.0
6.6
253
21.2
16.8
29.9
293
10.0
6.6
35.8
28.4
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5.0
38.0
24.3
12.4
40.9
17.3
12.8
5.8
203
26.0
35.7
2.0
15 JO
0.6
6.4
11.0
2.6
15.5
93
10.7
303
26.3
13.1
9.5
26.7
27.6
27.0
39.8
52.0
20.O
54.0
89.2
25.0
8.6
24.1
19-2
10.5
90.3
75.0
59.2
243.4
240.1
81.4
53.6
697.8
552.9
143.7
97.6
1,631.1
1,046.5
533.1
1583
4,840.6
2,0453
1309.8
683.1
Nous—Cause of death adjustments resulting from medical coder's queries are not reflected in this table.  See
Introduction.'
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TRENDS OF MARRIAGES, ADOPTIONS, AND DIVORCES
TABLE 35—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED, BY CONIUGAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACTING PARTIES, AND MARRIAGE RATES, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1966-75
Conjugal Condition of Contracting Parties
Total
Number
of
Marriages
Year
Single
Widowed
Divorced
Rate per
1,000
Population
Male
Female
Made
Female
Male
Female
io«a_
12.326
13,289
14,210
14,956
16,315
16,497
16375
16,858
16,812
16,665
12,273
13263
14,041
14,860
16317
16,450
16,677
16,900
16,949
16,791
680
803
796
816
854
850
895
877
855
877
887
1,001
1.043
1,100
1,078
1,084
1,067
1,038
1,006
1,017
1,676
1.934
1,908
2312
2,857
3,042
3,189
3,568
4.066
4,282
1322
1,762
1,830
2324
2,631
2,855
2,915
3365
3,778
4,016
14,682
16,026
16,914
18,284
20,026
20389
20,659
21303
21,7341
21,824
7.8
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lomt
8.4
io«o
83
tann
9.4
.07.
9.3
tarn
93
lani
93
tana.
9.1
■tan*
8.9
i Includes one marriage for which conjugal condition was not stated.
TABLE 36—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED, BY MONTHS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1966-75
Year
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Not.
Dec.
Total
too:
615
673
651
650
863
855
830
821
754
883
834
882
903
976
1,104
1,107
1,166
1,146
1,189
1,113
789
1,160
1,101
1,163
1367
1,200
1395
1323
1313
1304
1,339
1,148
1307
1,471
1355
1,752
1.745
1,810
1,614
1353
1.1S7
1319
1396
1.738
1,977
1.864
1,673
1,691
1,930
2,199
1.406
1.630
1,974
1390
2,068
1.971
2,196
2AT2
2,499
2300
1,666
1,699
1309
1,660
L914
2,213
2.233
1,993
2.118
2,081
1-543
1.649
2303
2,464
2359
2,219
2327
2,492
2,890
3,088
1315
1,855
1.423
1332
1.797
1.903
2.173
2.138
1,784
1,854
1-366
1-317
1,403
1,570
1,856
1.978
1,638
1,772
1,786
1,836
1,137
1.198
1.480
1-563
1.649
1365
1,471
1,662
1,786
1,636
1315
1,496
1.464
1,607
1,717
1.762
1.812
1,783
1.871
1,777
14,682
1<_C1
16,026
_-u_t   -
ioko
18,284
1070
20,026
1071
20389
fOT>
20,659
21303
tvn
107__
21,734
107«
21,824
TABLE 37—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED ACCORDING TO TYPE, BRITISH
COLUMBIA, 1966-75
Religious Ceremony
Yew
Licence
Banna
Number
Percent
Number
PerCent
Number
PerCent
Number
PerCent
iocs
9,243
10,035
10,665
11394
12310
12357
12373
13,214
13,125
13,216
63.0
62.6
63.1
63.4
623
61.6
60.9
62.0
60.4
60.6
2.363
3,418
3369
3,249
3-260
3325
3.168
2,886
2334
2,607
222
213
19.9
173
163
163
1S3
13.6
13.0
11.9
2,176
2372
2379
3,440
4,256
4307
4,918
5,203
5,775
6,000
14.8
16.0
17.0
183
21.2
22.1
23.8
24.4
26.6
273
14,682
16,0261
16,9141
18,2841
20.026
20389
20.659
21303
21,734
21,824
.OCT
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100
torn
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100
1 Includes one marriage for which type was not stated.
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GRAPH H—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED BY MONTHS,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1971-75
MARRIAGES
3.20O
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TABLE 38—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS
FROM 1971 TO 1975 BY CLASS OF ADOPTING PARENTS AND SEX OF
CHILD, SHOWING YEAR OF COURT ORDER FOR 1975, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Year Filed
Number of Ordexa
Entered and
Certificates Issued
Adopted by-
Total
Mala
Female
Man and
Wife
Man
Only
Woman
Only
107I
1,357
955
946
854
1,221
908
893
850
2353
1,855
1,813
1,694
9
4
6
1
16
4
20
9
2378
■•077
1,863
icm
1,839
.o-_-
1,704
1975—
1
104
735
103
694
1
205
1.407
~1
13
"T
9
■tana.     „           .,
•'    207
1975     .,           „    „                     ._ _.
1,429
840
797
1.613
14
10
1337
-:■ . ■'■
nwo___t_       ■■-•
TABLE 39—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS
FROM 1971 TO 1975, BY LEGITIMACY AND SEX OF CHILD, SHOWING ALSO
YEAR OF COURT ORDER FOR 1975, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Year.
Filed
Legitimate Births
iP-a^ii
Status Not Given or
Unknown
Total
Mala
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total -
Male
Female
Total
1071
239
198
269
254
215
213
236
228
454
411
505
482
1,026
628
549
484
895
572
526
456
1,921
1,200
1,075
940
92
129
128:
116
111  -
123
131
166
203
252
259
282
2378
ion
1363
1,839
1.704
10m
1975—
1973 court
1974 court
1975 court
48
249
47
245
95
494
28
361
34
327
62
688
1
28
125
22
122
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247
1
207
1,429
1975 totals..
297
292
589
389
361
750
_-154
144...
... 298
_ 1,637-
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 40—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS
FROM 1971 TO 1975, BY BIRTHPLACE OF CHILD, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Place of Birth
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
2315
82
33
24
40
7
5
1
1
2
3
8
4
1
23
17
6
6
1377
65
26
33
61
11
11
1
1
5
3
2
11
4
5
23
15
7
2
1351
86
23
31
61
IO
8
I
2
3
11
3
1
24
12
8
4
1395
97
33
33
57
11
9
7-
I
4
2
7
1
2
20
15
8
2
1,280
83
39
27
74
14
4
Newfoundland and Labrador	
YnVfm
3
4
2
9
4
-_/__-,
Other British Commonwealth countries	
A
31
20
19
2378
1,863
1,839
1,704
1,637
TABLE 41—ADOPTION ORDERS FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS,
BY LEGITIMACY OF ADOPTED CHILDREN, BRITISH COLUMBIA  1966-75
Year of
Registration
Legitimate
Births
Illegitimate
Births
Status Not Given
or Unknown
Total
Number
PerCent
Number
PerCent
Number
PerCent
Number
PerCent
414
421
366
473
558
454
411
505
482
589      |
193
193
163
173
19.0
17.6
22.1
273
283
36.0
1370
1,614
1396
2363
2,159
1,921
1,200
1,075
940
750
723
73.9
763
753
733
743
64.4
58.4
55-2
45.8
172
148
161
200
vr*
203
252
259
282
298
8.0
6.8
7-2
73
73
19
133
14.1
163
18.2
2,156
2,183
2323
2,736
2339
2378
1,863
1,839
1.704
1,637
100
I°ff
100
1°71.
100
100
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ion*
TABLE 42—DECREES OF DISSOLUTION AND NULLITY FILED WITH THE DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS, BY SEX OF PETITIONER, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
1971-75
Dissolution of Marriage
Nullity of Marriage
Year
Sex of Petitioner
Total
Sex of Petitioner
Total
Male
Female
Male
Female
vnt
1,807
1352
2,063
23«6
2,691
3,188
3315
3329
3357
4356
4395
5,167
5392
6323
7347
5
9
7
2
1
21
11
13
3
1
26
10T77
20
20
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PART in—DETAILED TABLES,  1975
(Classified by Place of Residence)
TABLE 44—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE,
AND MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975 '
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT,  1975
BB 61
TABLE 44—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE,
AND MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975—Continued
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 44—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE,
AND MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975—Continued
Regional District
and Place
Live Births
M
In
Hospital
Illegitimate
Deaths
Total
M
Excess
of
Births
Over
Deaths
Mar-
Greater Vancouver—
Continued
North Vancouver
District.
Kitunat-St-kine
Prini
Summerland.
Unincorporat
405
186
92
592
1,034
52
2351
120
69
23
444
7
155
14
113
155
195
20
19
6
3
4
16
58
1
68
145
12
8
46
18
61
399
185
18
5
191
299
19
20
12
11
17
99
121
246
3
6
8
97
27
27
78
817
411
200
1325
2,022
98
4,639
230
129
47
884
15
270
28
243
328
419
35
42
11
8
9
47
130
5
132
22
23
86
31
126
766
347
33
18
368
634
31
46
25
16
37
221
258
532
6
24
21
209
42
58
172
32
19
19
72
225
2
578
11
22
19
153
7
17
1
42
86
40
1
3
1
1
1
1
14
58
9
4
16
3
26
104
52
A
1
47
77
3
2
6
2
31
33
4
3
29
3
5
27
283
109
55
394
705
20
4,733
352
263
10
172
3
31
6
65
67
250
16
35
4
3
4
25
99
IO
54
55
5
6
8
4
32
500
255
46
23
176
393
45
14
25
13
9
207
484
8
31
17
219
27
65
117
158
70
32
226
411
13
2,798
181
151
6
122
1
23
5
50
43
144
10
15
2
2
3
IS
55
6
36
39
3
4
4
3
25
316
147
33
17
119
244
26
11
13
8
6
119
61
275
5
16
8
129
20
29
68
125
39
23
168
294
7
1335
171
112
4
50
2
8
1
IS
24
106
6
20
2
1
1
IO
44
4
18
16
2
2
4
1
7
184
108
13
6
57
149
19
3
12
5
3
88
19
209
3
15
9
90
7
36
49
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975
BB 63
TABLE 44—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS, DEATHS, NATURAL INCREASE,
AND MARRIAGES FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED PLACES,
BRITISH COLUMBIA 1975—Continued
Regional District
and Place
Total
In
Hoari-
Uleg-ti-
Ia
Hospl-
of
Births
Over
Deaths
Marriages
Unincorporated	
Powell River	
Powell River—
Unix-corporate
Skeena-Queen Charlotte
Masset.
Port Edward-
Prince Ru;
Unincorporated -
Thompson-Nicola
Ashcroft—
Cache Geek-
Chase .	
Merritt-
Unincorporatc
961
38
193
82
230
22
12
16
368
339
215
124
506
37
35
305
129
319
37
6
137
139
39
39
174
23
21
130
1369
38
27
27
12
956
36
14
114
345
471
21
100
36
101
9
7
10
187
156
102
54
249
23
18
147
61
157
13
4
65
75
20
20
79
12
10
57
791
13
21
15
8
467
20
11
63
173
490
17
93
46
129
13
5
6
181
183
113
70
257
14
17
158
68
162
24
2
72
64
19
19
95
11
11
73
778
25
6
12
4
489
16
3
51
172
947
38
193
82
230
22
12
16
354
330
213
117
501
37
35
305
124
314
37
6
134
137
39
39
173
23
21
129
1358
38
27
24
12
954
36
14
113
340
203
16
40
11
48
1
4
6
77
61
27
34
105
5
9
63
28
83
13
1
14
55
6
6
28
3
3
22
241
5
8
8
2
114
1
7
25
71
242
2
75
10
52
2
6
3
92
156
107
49
131
9
2
80
18
1
25
36
11
11
127
26
14
87
482
8
7
15
4
296
2
9
25
116
156
2
53
7
35
1
4
1
S3
115
81
34
79
5
1
5S
18
50
15
1
15
19
4
4
98
21
12
65
359
6
A
10
3
228
1
7
24
76
719
36
118
72
178
20
6
13
276
183
108
75
375
28
33
217
97
239
19
5
112
103
28
28
47
—3
7
43
1,087
30
20
12
8
660
34
5
89
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
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  1975
Total live Births
St-Ub-rths
Regional District and Place
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
_-~_?y
Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By
Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
20-27
t   Weeks
28 Weeks
and Over
British Columbia—	
36,235
560
507
51
2
727
176
88
1
36,281
584
369
17
27
171
759
41
74
43
35
60
99
18
58
331
2,688
95
248
48
85
777
104
683
648
1,065
49
172
192
652
84
84
1,432
169
184
607
449
23
723
90
40
14
28
141
14
12
3
8
373
888
662
34
192
98
27
154
40
140
51
16
6
27
169
54
5
12
42
35
58
2
18
58
223
59
94
247
34
85
776
104
13
596
68
4
2
17
627
16
16
373
167
184
246
70
22
67
17
2
13
1
4
9
12
3
8
360
45
17
33
190
129
3
1
285
6
3
2
4
2
3
23
140
26
9
1
1
2
255
159
1
1
5
2
205
2,769
1
1
100
97
140
S
21
2
86
1
1
1
6
2,608
58
1,029
148
397
458
26
77
77
1,236
2
1338
6
32
103
227
283
1
9
9
177
2
2
3
1
9
3
6
1
1
2
S
4
6
1
2
2
2
600
633
1
698
143
127
8
58
336
13
239
254
42
70
89
7
31
199
8
2
1
6
S
1
1
1
13
864
861
1
2
5
3
3
3
21
216
8
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 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975
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TABLE 45—LIVE BIRTHS BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, AND
STILLBIRTHS BY PLACES OF RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND
INCORPORATED PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975—Continued
Total Live Births
Stillbirths
Regional District and Place
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
OcaS-nce,
Residence
Elsewhere
By
Residence.
Occurrence
Elsewhere
20-27
Weeks
28 Weeks
and Over
499
110
606
61
73
137
335
974
321
86
119
30
40
10
37
6
325
703
56
50
58
219
320
882
475
252
93
62
809
233
60    ~
89
18
86
109
214
728
78
464
6
32
29
119
1,692
143
10
989
21
529
14,204
1,589
745
1,119
14
442
448
818
413
200
1,225
2,030
25
57
132
8
73
10
268
63
10
4
119
30
39
10
16
6
308
106
56
50
58
16
292
261
149
56
93
62
45
8
59
7
3
8
52
213
74
78
48
6
4
29
116
66
29
1
26
21
525
178
1,004
744
1,117
14
120
87
818
410
200
463
920
4
1
4
1
250
139
969
462
456
123
72
58
151
374
1
3
4
4
2
Comox-Strathcona	
11
4
2
2
1
1
Tnh-U
31
10
19
632
2
3S
2
A
1
1
561
71
678
408
270
358
43
57
82
74
1
2
S
3
2
1
6
Maple Ridge	
1
3
1
792
327
1
221
61
114
67
1
680
29
102
2
1
6
139
46
36
10
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
26
3
1
577
100
161
1
Harrison Hot Springs	
72
1
3
1,683
120
60
1,499
1
10
57
6
51
536
17
1
3
7
45
2
2
1
It
4
15,086
1,284
1
2
5
1,060
699
117
7
4
8
2,161
1,427
1,839
1,066
5
2
5
4
2
3
1,297
1,728
2
2
535
618
5
13
6
29
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TABLE 45—LIVE BIRTHS BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, AND
STILLBIRTHS BY PLACES OF RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND
INCORPORATED PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1975—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
Greater Vancouver—Continued
University Endowment Area—
2
6,853
1
99
4,654
230
129
49
891
15
270
28
244
334
423
35
43
11
8
9
47
130
5
135
292
22
24
86
31
129
772
348
33
18
373
639
31
46
25
16
37
221
263
536
6
24
21
209
42
59
175
961
38
193
82
230
22
12
16
368
97
517
230
34
47
104
15
5
19
11
257
37
35
1
11
8
9
46
4
5
131
119
3
12
35
31
114
54
13
33
18
367
27
13
46
8
16
37
6
260
22
6
6
21
11
1
11
172
42
10
3
12
8
22
12
16
353
2,716
15
44
3
325
3
797
1
285
10
408
93
464
230
1
10
1
20
1
175
16
78
1
Kitinlat-Stikine	
6
4
1
1
1
3
2
2
5
	
2
130
88
1
328
1
Trail
202
2
W,rfiplH
5
177
63
16
82
1
4
44
4
31
Mount Waddington	
2
1
1
1
16
820
813
1
103
479
1
4
4
Qualicum Beach .
7
653
32
1
41
14
40
4
2
1
10
57
561
3
561
97
346
I
1
1
6
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Okanagan-SimiUkameen	
47
A
79
1
333
67
59
5
950
80
344
90
420
135
26
11
2
31
52
154
20
198
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
16
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TABLE 45—LIVE BIRTHS BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, AND
STILLBIRTHS BY PLACES OF RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND
INCORPORATED   PLACES,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,   1975—Continued
Regional District and Place
Total Live Births
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
Occurrence,
Residence
Elsewhere
By
Residence,
Occurrence
Elsewhere
Stillbirths
20-27
Weeks
28'Weeks
and Over
Powell River-
Powell River-
Unincorporated
Skeena-Queen Charlotte.
Masset-
Port Edward	
Prince Rupert	
Unincorporated—
Squamish-X—llooet-
L-llooet—
Pemberton—
Squamish
Unincoiporatc
Unincorporated-
Sunshine Coa
Gibsons-
Sechelt-
Unincorporatc
Thompson-Nicola-
Ashcroft—
Cache Creek-
Chase.
Clinton.
Kamloops-
Logan Lake-
Lytton-
Merritt-
322
312
IO
525
38
441
46
225
86
132
7
19
19
135
1
Unincorporated-
134
1,608
78
1369
14
171
72
339
215
124
506
37
35
305
129
319
37
6
137
139
39
39
174
23
21
130
1369
38
27
27
12
956
36
14
114
345
7
100
61
13
143
2
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51
34
91
54
2
320
5
65
4
23
2
114
42
12
35
7
85
99
2
6
48
132
20
20
43
23
21
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52
14
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TABLE 47—-LEGITIMATE AND ILLEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS, BY SINGLE YEARS
OF MOTHER'S AGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age of Mother
Legitimate Births
Male
Female
Illegitimate Births
Female
Total Bora to All
Mothers
Male
11 years.-
12 „ -
13 „ _
14 „ _
15 „ -
16 „ _
17 „ _
18 „ _
19 „ _
20 „ _
21 „ -
22 „ -
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24 „ _
25 „ _
26 „ _
27 „ -
28 „ _
29 „ _
30 „ _
31 „ -
32 „ -
33 „ .
34 „ -
35 „ -
36 „ _
37 „ .
38 „ .
39 „ .
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43 „ .
46
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1
9
76
176
373
603
836
1301
1315
1300
1,340
1387
1,348
1,276
1364
930
709
598
468
336
264
219
112
104
90
56
41
29
16
24
5
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216
341
621
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1,118
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1,266
1396
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450
328
282
174
114
92
72
59
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82
174
271
228
226
213
178
156
110
106
91
97
83
72
58
45
31
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21
19
19
10
9
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7
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12
82
179
226
236
204
183
165
151
125
96
97
85
70
73
51
45
27
30
21
12
16
14
9
8
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4
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2,235
1
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91
250
447
601
829
1,049
1,179
1,371
1,310
1,446
1,478
1,445
1359
1,336
988
754
629
495
357
283
238
122
113
97
63
43
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247
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577
825
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1393
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1383
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635
480
349
294
190
128
101
80
62
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33
29
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
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Age of Mother
1st
2nd
3rd
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5th
6th
M
F
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91
250
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601
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1,179
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1,310
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1,478
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754
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357
283
238
122
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97
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18
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87
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397
484
617
659
667
730
671
677
671
579
529
449
297
239
174
111
75
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98
247
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577
825
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1,205
1,269
1,362
1362
1393
1366
1383
1,182
934
774
635
480
349
294
190
128
101
80
62
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33
29
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97
233
389
459
610
661
710
671
702
609
573
563
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389
287
218
147
102
84
63
30
28
18
14
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48
101
188
320
392
464
468
546
539
576
517
528
392
290
220
178
103
89
68
39
30
26
15
8
6
1
2
1
13
48
108
185
285
392
443
478
528
544
505
501
485
360
282
242
165
107
92
52
30
31
17
11
6
3
3
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13
20
58
99
139
136
169
190
201
211
242
205
150
142
103
95
68
45
26
26
25
9
11
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24
52
88
129
141
169
210
213
201
205
186
174
143
120
79
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17,789
8,548
8302
6,165
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810
280
245
137
115
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SEX, AND TOTAL BIRTH ORDER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
BB 71
Order of Birth of Child
7th
8th
9th
10th
11th
12th
13th
14th
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BB 73
TABLE 50—STILLBIRTHS BY SEX AND PERIOD OF GESTATION,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Period of Gestation
Male
Female
Period of Gestation
Male
Female
9
1
14
S
17
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11
3
13
S
7
4
19
4
11
11
1
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3
12
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8
9
2
5
5
6
6
9
7
13
6
11
11
26
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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, 1975
Regional District
and Place
Total Infant Deaths
Total by
Occurrence
By Residence
Under
7 Days
7-27
Days
Post-
neonatal
Infant Deaths in
Hospital
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
British Cofa
A-ber_i-CIayoq_ot—
Port Alb	
Tofino.
Bulk-ey-Nec	
Burns Lake-
Fort St. James-
Fraser La'
Granisle-
Houston.
Smithera-
Telkwa
28
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30
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100 Mile House-
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CentraK	
Unincorporati
Central Fraser.
Abbotsf o :
Langley City—
Langley Distric
Matsqui—
Unincorporated-
Central Kootenay—
Castlegar	
Creston-
Kaslo.
Nakusp—
Nelson
New Denver-
Salmo	
Unincox.
Central Okanag
Kelowna-
Peachland	
Unincorporated _
Columbia-Shnswap—
Golden.
Revelstoke.
Salmon Arm	
Unincorporated—
25
1
24
1
6
10
7
1
1
13
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1
1
3
12
2
1
4
5
7
2
10
8
24
6
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2
2
13
2
4
4
2
1
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1
1
418
5
3
2
17
12
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2
20
18
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BB 75
TABLE 51—INFANT DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED
PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA 1975—Continued
Regional District
and Place
Total Infant Deaths
Total by
Occurrence
By Residence
Total
Neonatal
Under
7 Days
7-27
Days
Post-
neonatal
Infant Deaths in
Hospital
Total by
Occurrence
Total by
Residence
Comox-Strathcona-
Campbell River—
Comox-
18
8
9
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Duncan.
Ladysmith-
LakeCowicL	
North Cowichan.
Un
East Kootenay—
Cranbrook—
Elkford	
Fernie -
Inyetmere-
Kimberley-
Sparwood _
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Fraser-Cheam-
ChiUiwack City—	
Chill-whack District—
Harrison Hot Springs.
Hope	
Kent.
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McBride.
Prince George _
Valemount.
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Greater Vancouver—
Burnaby	
Coquitl
Delta-
Lions Bay	
New Westminster	
North Vancouver City
North Vancouver
District
Port Coquitlam.
Port Moody	
Richmond	
Surrey-
University Endowment Area	
Vancouver-
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White Rock-
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Kitin-at-Stikine-
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Kitimat-
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26
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8
1
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1
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6
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6
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11
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12
148
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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, 1975—Continued
Region—1 District
and Place
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Total by
Occurrence
By Residence
Total
Under
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7-27
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Post-
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Total by
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Total by
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Kootenay Boundary-
Fruitvale—
Grand Forks-
Mount Waddington	
Alert Bay-
Port Alice—
Port Hardy-
Port McNeill-
Unincorporated	
Nanaimo	
Osoyoos.
Penticton-
Princeton-
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Peace River-Liard.
Chetwynd.
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Fort Nelson—
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Hudson's Hope-
Pouce Coupe	
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Powell River	
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Skeena-Queen
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Masst
Port Edward-
Prince Rupert
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Iquamish-Lniooet	
LOlooet.
Pemberto
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10
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1
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18
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1
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TABLE 51—INFANT DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE AND RESIDENCE, FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS AND INCORPORATED
PLACES, BRITISH COLUMBIA 1975—Continued
Total Infant Deaths
Infant Deaths in
Hospital
"  Total by
Occurrence
By Residence
Total by
Occurrence
and Place
Total
Neonatal
Post-
neonatal
Total by
Residence
Under
7 Days
7-27
Days
Sun shine Coast	
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BRITISH COLUMBIA  1975
Regional District and Place
Total Deaths
Total by
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Total by
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By Occur-
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Tofino.
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Burns Lake-
Fort St. James-
Fraser Lake	
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Capital (Victoria area).
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Esquiinalt.
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Sidney.
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Langley City	
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Central Kootenay—
Castlegar	
Creston.
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TABLE 53—DEATHS, TOTAL AND IN HOSPITAL, BY PLACES OF OCCURRENCE
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427
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TABLE 58—DEATHS FROM ACCIDENTS AND VIOLENCE, BY NATURE OF INJURY,
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Mo. (Ext.
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Motor-vehicle accident—
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Accidental fan	
Other accident-
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Motor-vehicle accident-
Other transport accident-
Accidental fall	
Other accident-
Homicide-
Fracture of limbs (N810-N829)-
Motor-vehicle accident--
Other transport accident-
Accidental fall-.
Other accident-
Dislocation, without fracture (N830-K839)..
Motor-vehicle accident	
Accidental fall..
Total
Other accident.
Sprains and strains of joints and adjacent muscles (N840-N848)-
Accidcntal fall .	
Intracranial injury (excluding skull fracture) (N850-N854)-
Motor-vehicle accident-
Other transport accident...
Accidental fall	
Other accident-
■tajury, undetermined whether accidentally or purposely inflicted	
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Motor-vehicle accident—
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Accidental fall	
Other accident—
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397
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Total
Male
Female
Age
Total
Male
Female
19,151
524
40
29
30
16
11,345
295
23
14
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229
17
15
18
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133
155
161
166
197
77
102
106
105
134
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812
524
288
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242
186
208
241
301
157
116
130
151
206
639
354    |        285
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24
10
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19
11
17
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7
6
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60 years
61 „
1,178
760
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300
327
308
342
351
199
219
188
222
225
83
58
25
108
6
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11
20
22
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14
12
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1,628
1,053
575
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361
370
412
374
410
239
238
277
245
262
122
71
38
33
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38
64
61
76
84
22
46
40
59
66
16
18
21
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1,927
1,261
666
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416
386
453
438-
429
279
237
279
278
254
323
233
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69
66
74
69
51
47
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2,122
1,327
795
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481
388
467
411
476
301
230
266
216
257
377    |        294
83
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48
57
52
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2,223
1,270
953
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450
470
469
467
472
236
230
254
235
248
267
202
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48
42
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40
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2,328
1,203
1,125
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447
433
426
379
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227
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188
240
168
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2,173
1,108
1,065
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299
253
240
183
171
153
134
97
81
81
278
182
96
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76
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52
61
28
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28
29
35
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143
41     ,
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1,146
546
600
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112
87
56
43
21
52
40
22
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381
233
148
47
92
121
100
136
137
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78
63
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319
135
184
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TABLE 62—MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED, BY MARITAL STATUS OF BRIDEGROOM
AND OF BRIDE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Marriages Between—
Total
Bachelors and—
Widowers and—
Divorced Men and—
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
Spinsters
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14,754
218
1,693
1S4
435
288
1,883
364
2,035
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BRIDEGROOM, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Total
Marital Status
Bachelors
Widowers
Divorced
Men
1/419
8,674
5,492
2,178
1,140
774
566
499
365
266
209
125
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1,208
401
220
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Age-group
Total
:    Marital Status
Spinsters
Widows
Divorced
Women
5,070
8,812
3,628
1,418
769
505
473
394
280
230
135
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8,299
2,487
536
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
TABLE 67—MARRIAGES* AUTHORIZED BY BANNS OR LICENCE, ACCORDING
TO RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION OF OFFICIATING MINISTER, BRITISH
COLUMBIA, 1975
Religious Denomination of Minister
Number     PerCent
licence
Number     Per Cent
Total
Number     Per Cent
2,607
Adven-st—
Anglican
Apostolic-
Baptist-
Brethren-
Christian Scientist-
Churches of Christ (Disciples).
Doukhobor—
Eastern Orthodox-
Greek Catholic-
Jehovah's Witness-
Lutheran	
Pentecostal Assembly-
Plymouth Brethren
Presbyterian.
Reformed Church (Christian)-
Roman Catholic	
Salvation Army-
Society of Friends-
Spiritualist—
Swed—nborgian.
Unitarian
United Church of Canada-
Christian	
Jewish-
Oriental religions-
Other religions	
13,212
15,820
65
2^72
67
660
3
71
45
16
72
29
199
668
233
37
89
432
45
515
104
2.4633
106
2
24
3
446
6316
438
45
341
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licences are required.
2 less than 0.05 per cent.
3 Includes one marriage for which type was not stated.
 VITAL STATISTICS REPORT, 1975 BB  127
NATIVE INDIAN STATISTICS
LIVE BIRTHS
TABLE 68—GENERAL SUMMARY OF LIVE BIRTHS AMONG REGISTERED
INDIANS FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Regional District
Live Births
Live Births in
Hospital
Female
Illegitimate Live
Births
Female
Regional Distri
Alberni-Clayi
BuUdey-Nec-	
Capital (Victoria area).
Cariboo.
Central Coastal.
Central Fraser Valley-
Central Kootenay—
Central Okanagan.
East Kootenay.
Fraser-Che-m	
Fraser-Fort George.
Greater Vancouver-
Kithnat-StUdne-
North Okanagan
OI  "'
Sunshine Coai
Thompson-Nicola-
1,265
76
94
60
96
27
7
5
6
5
37
66
13
10
41
20
86
172
42
27
25
13
3?
14
113
71
1
7
92
37
48
34
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9
2
3
3
1 2
18
35
7
7
19
9
49
88
623
39
46
26
41
18
5
2
3
3
19
31
6
3
22
11
37
84
623
36
45
34
52
8
2
3
3
2
17
35
7
7
19
9
49
87
39
45
26
38
18
5
2
3
3
18
30
6
3
22
11
37
80
399
24
24
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42
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26
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9
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40
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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, 1975
Legitimate Live Births, by Age-group of Father
Age of Mother
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TABLE 70—LEGITIMATE AND ILLEGITIMATE LIVE BIRTHS AMONG REGISTERED
INDIANS, BY SINGLE YEARS OF MOTHER'S AGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA,   1975
Age of Mother
Total Born
to All
Mothers
Legitimate
Live
Births
Illegitimate
Live
Births
1
1
8
31
60
99
128
133
121
114
112
64
69
59
47
35
35
32
23
18
9
16
7
12
9
8
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2
2
4
2
1
1
6
19
34
44
48
55
41
38
31
35
21
15
16
21
11
11
4
8
5
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5
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2
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2
3
1
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14
8
30
16
54
80
94
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1,265
492
773
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TABLE 71—LIVE BIRTHS AMONG REGISTERED INDIANS, BY SINGLE YEARS
OF MOTHER'S AGE AND TOTAL BIRTH ORDER,'  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  1975
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TABLE 72—GENERAL SUMMARY OF DEATHS AMONG  REGISTERED  INDIANS
FOR REGIONAL DISTRICTS,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA,   1975
Total
Deaths
Hospital
Deaths
Infant Deaths
Regional District
Total
Neonatal, Under
28 Days
Post-neonatal
M
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Alberni-Clayoquot	
458
17
28
17
32
11
3
3
6
7
11
26
3
7
25
5
42
45
15
7
9
7
15
5
29
19
3
9
52
259
12
13
12
16
4
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1
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23
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10
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Cariboo	
3
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Central Okanagan	
Cowichan Valley	
Dewdney-AIouette 	
2
1
Fraser-Fort George	
Kitimat-Stikine
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. OO      Ol       OS      IO      15      SO     25      30      35     -lo      AS      50      55      60      65     70      75      80   BSt-   TOTAL
LXST.                                           CAUSE                                                      -01    -0*  -09   -14   -19  -21  -29   -34  -39  -44   -49 -54  -59   -64   -69 -74   -79   -84
I.    INFECTIVE  AND  PARASITIC  DISEASES   (000-136)
INTESTINAL   INFECTIOUS  DISEASES   (OOO-OOS)
003         OTHER   SALMONELLA    INFECTIONS                                          M __-----___--__,____ %
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005.0        STAPHYLOCOCCAL                                                                  H __-_--_---_-,_-_-___ _
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009.2         CASTRO-ENTERITIS   AND   COLITIS                                 H SI         -------------4221 15
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010 SILICOTUBERCULOSIS                                                                    y _____-_------_-_         1-- 1
011 PULMONARY   TUBERCULOSIS                                                         M ----------         1          11-11          1-- 6
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011.0        ACTIVE,  MINIMAL                                                               M ___-_---_-_--------
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01B.9   OTHER FORMS                                 M ------------------I 1
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Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
019 LATE   EFFECTS M ____--______aiaa_
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OTHER   BACTERIAL OISEASES   (030-039)
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052 CHICK ENPQX M -        -
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079 OTHER   VIRAL   DISEASES
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
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MYCQ«ES   (110-117)
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116 BLASTOMYCOSIS
116.0        EUROPEAN
117 OTHER   SYSTEMIC  MYCOSIS
117.3 ASPERGILLOSIS
TOTAL MYCOSES    (110-117)
OTHER   INFECTIVE  AND   PARASITIC  DXSEA5ES   (130-136)
135 SARCOIDOSIS M
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136 OTHER  AND UNSPECIFIED M -       -
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MALIGNANT   NEOPLASM   OF   BUCCAL CAVITY   ANO PHARYNX   (140-149)
140 LIP                                                                                                    M -       -       - -
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THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  Ol  OS  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80 B5+ TOTAL
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150 ESOPHAGUS                                                                                                H ----------4254109463 47
F ----------       -        -        1        2       3       5        2        21 16
151 STOMACH                                                                                                     m -         -         -        -        -         -         1         -        a        t\        4         6      IS      21      26     20      32      13     22 166
F --------22644      12      11      IO      19      15      14 99
151.0 CARDIA                                                                                                  M -        —        -----        —        -        —        —        __         1         —_.-—. *,-..- a
F -----------        t         -_--___- ,
151.1 PYLORUS                                                                                                M -----------         ---___.-, t
F —        —        —        —.—        —■.—        —       —        —        —        —        —         -        —        —        —        —        -
1S1.8         OTHER   SPECIFIED   PARTS                                                      M --—        —        —        -        —        —        —        -„        —        --|-t-_        - a
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
00     01      05     10      15     20     25     30     35     40     45     SO     55     60     65     70     75     80  85+   TOTAL
-01   -04 -09 -14  -19 -24 -29  -34 -39 -44  -49 -54  -59  -64  -69 -74   -79 -84
151.9        PART  UNSPECIFIED
152 SMALL   INTESTINE.    INCLUDING DUODENUM
2       2        5
2       -        1        -
152.0 DUODENUM
152.1 JEJUNUM
152.2        ILEUM
152.9 PART   UNSPECIFIED
153        LARGE   INTESTINE.   EXCEPT   RECTUM
153.0 CECUM.   APPENDIX   AND  ASCENDING COLON
*       153.1        TRANSVERSE  COLON
153.2        DESCENDING COLON
13       5        6
2        2        5        2       6
14        4-7
-12-222-1
-11331 134
- - 2
153.3 SIGMOID   COLON
153.8 LARGE   INTESTINE.   PART   UNSPECIFIED
153.9 INTESTINAL TRACT.   PART UNSPECIFIED
154 RECTUM   AND   RECTOSIGMOID   JUNCTION
154.0 RECTOSIGMOID JUNCTION
154.1 RECTUM
154.2 ANAL  CANAL
155 LIVER   AND   INTRAHEPATIC   BILE  DUCTS
155.0 LIVER
155.1 INTRAHEPATIC   BILE  DUCTS
156 GALLBLADDER   AND  BILE   DUCTS
2        3 3        8
13 5        3
2-2
-        3       6
2       2        2       3      13     10     13        S     IB     20
2       2        5       3        3       4       5
7     14 52
12-2
2       2        2       2      12        6     10        4     14     19 73
3       3        5        5     13
3        1-
-       -        -        3        1        -
3-4
156.0        GALLBLADDER
156.1 EXTRAHEPATIC   BILE  DUCTS
156.2        AMPULLA  OF   VATER
156.9        BILIARY TRACT.   UNSPECIFIED
157 PANCREAS
1        -       3        3        5     16     21      29     24      13     11
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
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 -B4
F -         -         --         -         --         --2         4         65         81126      20      13      12 107
157.0         HEAD                                                                                                        M ----------13231752- 24
F -_-_-_-______-33a24 14
157.8 OTHER   SPECIFIED   PARTS                                                      M ------_-___-i-ia-__ 4
F —        —        —       ——■—       —        —        —        _        —         -_         1          ,-,_-_ 3
157.9 UNSPECIFIED                                                                                   M -----         __         1         -32         2      13      18      27      15         8         96 104
F ---------24        65        7722      18     118 90
158 PERITONEUM   AND   RETROPERITONEAL   TISSUE           H ----        —        -        —        —        -        —        —        _-a         22         1          1- 8
F -■-       —       —       —       —       _       —       —       —       111        -a--i.- 6
158.0         RETROPERITONEAL   TISSUE                                                  M _--_-___-_-__aaa,          t_ 0
F _-----_--_t_i-a__1- s
158.9         OTHER   PARTS                                                                                   M _--_.___         —        _        —        ____-—___ _
F --■--■-__--_-,--_--_- 1
159 UNSPECIFIED   OIGESTIVE ORGANS                                  M -----__-__-______-, ,
F ---------        t         -------         1^ a
TOTAL                 MALIGNANT   NEOPLASM   OF   DIGESTIVE                  M ------2         4         31219      22      5999   105   111       89      64     83 672
ORGANS   AND   PEHITDNEUM   (150-159)                   F -         -         -        -         1          -         1         a         6     TO     20      26     29      54      59     88      82      77     69 524
MALIGNANT   NEOPLASM   OF   RESPIRATORY   SYSTEM   (160-163)
160 NOSE,    NASAL   CAVITIES   AND  MIDDLE   EAR                  M ---------__-|i          _■,_,__ 4
F ----___-___-___-,__ ,
160.0         NDSE   (INTERNAL)    AND  NASAL  CAVITIES              M -----------         -1          ------ t
F ----_•-_-        —        —        —        --_.--■-■-.--■-----
160.2        MAXILLARY   SINUS                                                                       M -----------         i-._1-1__ 3
F ---------__-____,-_ ,
161 LARYNX                                                                                            M ----------135341211 21
F -----------        -3        -32-1- 9
161.0        GLOTTIS                                                                                     M ----_______--1_____ 1
161.6         OTHER   SPECIFIED   PARTS                                                      M _---__-         —        -        —        ------         i-_ 1
F ——.—        —        —        —        —        —        —        —        —        —        —         —• — '■-——*—■.■- -
161.9         PART   UNSPECIFIED                                                                    M ----------135241111 19
p _-_-_______-3-3a_i_ 9
162 TRACHEA. BRONCHUS AND LUNG                 M -   -   -   -   -   -   -   1    1  13  12  35  74  99 110 113  87  57  29 631
F —   -   -   -   -   -   -   —   1   T   914  25  34  35  26  151111 IBB
162.0 TRACHEA                                      M -   —   —   —   --   —   —   —   —   |.  -   —   —.-.—   —   -- 1
F ----------1---1---- 2
162.1 BRONCHUS AND LUNG                          M -   -   -   -   -   -   -   1   1  13  11  35  74  99 110 113  87  57  29 630
F -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   1   7   8  14  25  34  34  26  15  11  11 186
163 RESPIRATORY ORGANS. OTHER AND NOS         M —   —   —   —   —   1   —   —   —   1   —   2   —   21-2   —   - 9
F ---__________-_-___
163.0 PLEURA                                       M ---------t-1-21-1-- 6
163.1 MEDIASTINUM                                      M -    —    -   -    —    f   .—  -—   -   —   -1-----1-- 3
F ---_--_-_   —   _-_-__-__ -
TOTAL       MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF RESPIRATORY    M -   -   -   -   -   1   -   1   1  14  13  41  80 104 116 114  92  58  30 665
SYSTEM (160-163)                         F --------   1   7   9  14  2B  34  38  28  16  12  11 198
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM. BONE. CONNECTIVE TISSUE. SKIN AND BREAST (170-174)
170   BONE                                            M --112----   —   1    1-1—   —   --- 7
F -1-3   —   -----   ---1—   —   1—   1 7
170.1    LONER JAN                                   M -------   —   —   —   —   ----   —   -__ -
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  0i  05  10  15  3o  a5  30  35  40  45  SO  55  60  65  70  75  SO 85+ TOTAL
LIST. CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -S9 -64 -69 -74 -79 -B4
F    -_-_--_------____-, ,
170.2 VERTEBRAL   COLUMN                                                                     M           -----------         1--.        —         __- 1
F           -i----_--__-__-_--_ ,
170.3 RIBS.   STERNUM AND  CLAVICLE                                  M          -------------        1        _       _        _        _       _ ,
F          ---.--.--_-----_--._ _
170.7         LONER   LIMB.    LONG   BONES                                                   M           ---_-----__-_-__--_ _
F---a----     ----------- 2
170.9        SITE  UNSPECIFIED                                                             M          --112-----1        -------- 5
F           ---i----__-_-i__,__ 3
171 CONNECTIVE   AND OTHER  SOFT TISSUE                        H          ----1-.-       —       —      —       --1         1         131         -- a
F          -i-_i----,--_a-_-a_ 7
171.0 HEAD.   FACE   AND   NECK M ---        —        — -- —        —        —        ----_        — -_.
F-1        -------       ---------- ,
171.1 TRUNK                                                                                                      M           -—.—.—.        1 .—        —.—-—.—-—-'—•--—'—         1         —        _ a
F             -          —          --          —          —         -          —          —         —         —          -_-__«-_ «,
171.3        LOWER  LIMB  (INCLUDING HIP)                                   M          _--_----___-,         1        1       a       -       -    - - 5
F---------1-------1- a
171.9         SITE   UNSPECIFIED                                                                    M           --------------_1__. a,
F           ----1          --------         a---         1- 4
172 MALIGNANT  MELANOMA  OF   SKIN                                             M           --.-------21412234211 23
F          -------11343-222113 23
172.3         FACE.   OTHER   AND   UNSPECIFIED   PARTS                  M           ---_--------_-.__,, a
F           ---_----_-_,-_,-__, 3
172.6 TRUNK.   EXCEPT  SCROTUM                                                M          _--_--_------_1|-__ a
F           ----------t-------- ,
172.7 UPPER  LIM8                                                                             M          --------------,-___ ,
F -------------------
172. B         LOWER   LIMB                                                                                      M           ~~        "*~        2^        T-— -T-—         1         --'--—        —         —         -'T 2
172.9        SITE UNSPECIFIED                                                             M          ---.--.-.-.-214122122-- 17
173         OTHER.   SKIN                                                                                          M           ~~'~~~IiriZ3_-7-----3 4
173.3        FACE.   OTHER AND  UNSPECIFIED  PARTS                M          ""^"^IllllllZlIIlla J
173.6 TRUNK, EXCEPT SCROTUM                     M    .—.—   —_—-   —   —   —   —   —   ----»--.- -
F           ----------        ---------         1 1
173.7 UPPER  LIMB                                                                             M          -~;~~__X--I--------- -
173.B         LOWER   LIMB                                                                                      M           -------         -__---~-i---l 2
F           ------------------- -
173.9         SITE   UNSPECIFIED                                                                    M           __-„_--------------- -
F            ------------1----                    - 1
174         BREAST                                                                                                         M           —         —        —        —         —         —        —         —        —        —        —         1         —         —         —         1          1          —         — 3
1 it         bxem                                                                                                            f           ------        a         3         6     14      19      49     45      53      31      36      20      22      19 321
TOTAL                 MALIGNANT   NEOPLASM:    BONE.    CONNECTIVE  M           -         -         1          1          3         -     . -         -         2        1         •         3        3         4         5      .• _      4         3        2 45
TISSUE.   SKIN  AND  BREAST   (170-174)           F          -        2        -       3        1         -       2        •       7     10     23     S2     46     58     33     38     22     25     26 362
MALIGNANT   NEOPLASM   OF  GENITOURINARY   ORGANS   (180-1S9)
1B0        CERVIX  UTERI                                                                             F          -------21243     12        734632 «9
182        OTHER,   OF UTERUS                                                                   F          ---------1158936923 47
182.0        CORPUS  UTERI                                                                        F          ------------44233-1 17
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00      01      05      10      13      20     35
LIST.                                          CAUSE
182.9        UNSPECIFIED                                                                          F -       —       —      —       —       -       —       —       -11        543        1        3        «22          30
183 OVARY.    FALLOPIAN   TUBE'AND   BROAD   LIGAMENT   F -----         1         -         1         -        2      13      10      15      20      13     16         7         5        6         109
183.0        OVARY                                                                                          F -        -       -       -        -        1        -        1        -       2     13     10     15     20     13     16        7        5       6        109
184 FEMALE   GENITAL  ORGANS.   OTHER                                       F --        —        —        —        —       —        —        —        1-1---5—         122            12
1B4.0         VAGINA                                                                                                   F ——       —        —        —        ——        —        -f        —        —        --4        —         ---               5
1B4.1          VULVA                                                                                                      F ----------        -1--1-122               7
1B5        PROSTATE                                                                                       M ----------21913     29     45     52     45     57        253
1B6        TESTIS                                                                                            M ----3212-1-1-----1-           IO
187 MALE   GENITAL   ORGANS.OTHER                                               M -        —        -.----        —        —        —        —        —        -         —        -        t         -        -         j               a
187.3        PENIS                                                                                          M ----------       ---.-*-       —       i              a
188 BLADDER                                                                                                     M -        -        -
F —        -        —        —        -
189 URINARY  ORGANS.   OTHER   AND NOS                                   M -     '  -         1        -         1
F --—'—■-
189.0 KIDNEY.   EXCEPT   PELVIS                                                     M -        —         1         —         1
F -■--.—      ■-
189.2         URETER                                                                                                  M -----------1-1-----               2
F ____--_-_---_-__i--               i
189.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                     M ----------   ----i_---      i
F --------------   --t---      1
TOTAL      MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF GENITOURINARY  M -   -   1   -   3   2   2   2   2   1   4   8  16  27  46  60  70  59  79   382
ORGANS (180-189)                      F -   -   -   -   -   1   -   3   1   8  IB  21  40  38  29  32  31  20  20   262
MALIGNANT NEOPLASM Of- OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED SITES (190-199)
190 EYE
191 BRAIN
192 OTHER   PARTS   OF  NERVOUS   SYSTEM                                   M -         2         3
F -         -        -
192.1 CEREBRAL   MENINGES                                                                 M -         -         -
192.2        SPINAL  CORD
192.4 PERIPHERAL   NERVES
192.5        SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS  SYSTEM                                  M -21--1------------- 4
F --        —        -        —        —        --        —        —        _-_______
193 THYROID GLAND                                                                                   M ----------        i_t___a__ A
F --------        ;-1-_-1a--1 6
194 OTHER   ENDOCRINE   GLANDS                                                         M -----I-I------,,--- 4
f --------_-_-__!_,-_ a
194.0        SUPRARENAL                                                                            M -------        t-       —      —       ---,,--_ 3
f -----------     ---I-,-- a
194.2         THYMUS                                                                                                  M -        —        ---I--        —        —       —        —         -------- 1
F —         —         —        —         —         —        —         —         —        —        —         —         —         —         —         —          —         —         — _
195 ILL-DEFINED  SITES                                                               M -----*.--       —      -1-1222-6 15
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  Ol  05  IO  15  20  35  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  BO 85+ TOTAL
LIST.               CAUSE -Ol -04 -09 -14 -19 -34 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
F _i----------ai31121 12
195.0 ABDOMEN. INTRA-ABDOMINAL CANCER         M -------------12-1-3 7
F ------------311-121 8
195.1 PELVIS.   RECTOVAGINAL  SEPTUM                               M _-_--__-___-_-_i-__ 1
F ___---       —       _-       —       __-_-        if-.- a
195.9         OTHER                                                                                                      M ------- 1        --•—       —        -■        1     -;.—■•■-.— :     I   .  ---I-        T-._  3 7
F _,--__--_-_-_-i_--_ 2
196 SECONDARY   AND  UNSPECIFIED,   LYMPH  NODES         M _-_-___-_1_------ii 3
F ------------------- -
196.0        HEAD.   FACE  AND  NECK                                                     M -_----_--t-----_-i_ a
196.9         SITE   UNSPECIFIED                                                                    M _______-___-_-__--i 1
F ------------------- -
197 SECONDARY.    RESPIRATORY   AND   DIGESTIVE               M _--_--_-___-|,416_11 1S
F --------         1—   .—         2-        —        2         1          3-3 12
197.0         LUNG                                                                                                        M ------------11-1-.-- 3
F _---___--_-__-_-,-, a
197.3         OTHER "RESPIRATORY   ORGAN                                               M ___---_-_-_i_-__-__ 1
F -_-_-----__-_-_--__ -
197.5 LARGE   INTESTINE   AND   RECTUM                                      M ------------------- -
F ---_--_-.__---!_.-_ 1
197.6 PERITONEUM                                                                            M ---_*--_--_---------
_                                                                                                F --■-•--—•■-----■■---—.-----     1        ----.   - 1
197.7 LIVER.   SPECIFIED   AS  SECONDARY                             M __---"-_        —        _        —        -----a-11 4
F -_-____--_-_---_-_! a
197.B        LIVER.  UNSPECIFIED                                                       M -------------313--- 7
F _______-i__a--_,a_i 7
19B         OTHER   SECONDARY                                                                              M _-__----_        —         1--51-11- 9
f --_.---_._■---.-..-.--    a -  -----     -     1     -'   - - 1 4
19B.2         SKIN                                                                                                         M _         —        —        _---        —        —        __----—         |-_ a,
F _          —          -_          —          -_-          —         —         —          ____         —          —          -_ _
198.3        BRAIN                                                                                          M _--_--_-___--3---__ 3
f _-----_---a----i--- s
198.5         BONE                                                                                                         M -         —        -_--        —        —        —        —         1--1        —        -—    .-- 2
F —          —          —         _          —          _         —          —         —         —         —          -___--__ _
198.9        OTHER  SITES                                                                          M _--_--_--_---ii--i_ 3
F _-----------------i 1
199 WITHOUT   SPECIFICATION  OF  SITE                                   M ----------        333169657 43
F ---------       t        1        5       3        7        3       6        T        5  '   7 45
199.0 MULTIPLE                                                                                   M -       —       —      __-__.—     _-—_,        31         133322 19
F ----------         i43Sa47l1 as
199.1 OTHER                                                                                          M -■--------.-,--       a       -       2        -        3 . .,«     --3   -   3- -   5 24
F ----------     -;-       t        -        1        -        2        1        2        -        4   "   6 IT
TOTAL                 MALIGNANT   NEOPLASM   OF  OTHER                              M 1          3         3        -         3         5        -         4         4        4      14      IS        9      16      16     20       12         9      15 152
AND   UNSPECIFIED   SITES   (190-199)                   F -         2         -        2         1          1         -         1         5        3         •         B      10      16      17      IS      IS         7      15 128
NEOPLASMS OF   LYMPHATIC  AND  HEMATOPOIETIC  TISSUE  (200-209)
200 LYMPHOSARCOMA   AND   RETICULUM-CELL  SARCOMA   M -        —        1         -         1          11131348347434 49
F ---------1-322553-3 24
200.0 RETICULUM-CELL   SARCOMA                                                   M -        —        -    ' -         1          -        -        -         1          1         1          1         3         1          1         2         2        -        - 14
F -       -       -       -       —       -       -       —       -       -       -      ;l ,    ,a.       1        —.     2        2        -        1 9
200.1 LYMPHOSARCOMA                                                                     M --1--T112       —       23523S334 35
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80 85+ TOTAL
-01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
---------1-2-1531-2     15
201 HODGKIN'S  DISEASE
- 1 - 1
2        1-
202        OTHER  NEOPLASMS  OF   LYMPHOID  TISSUE
2O2.0 GIANT   FOLLICULAR   LYMPHOMA
202.1        MYCOSIS  FUNGOIDES
202.2 OTHER   PRIMARY  OF   LYMPHOID  TISSUE
- 1 - 1
-       3        3       2
2-2
202.9        OTHER  FORMS  OF   LYMPHOMA
203 MULTIPLE  MYELOMA
6 6 4        7
2 5 8        2
204 LYMPHATIC   LEUKEMIA
1   -   -
2   2-
204.0   ACUTE
204.1   CHRONIC
204.9   UNSPECIFIED
1 - -
1-2
205 MYELOID   LEUKEMIA
2       2,        1 2        5
205.0        ACUTE
1-32
1 - -        3 11
1        3       2        2-1
205.1 CHRONIC
205.9        UNSPECIFIED
YTIC   LEUKEMIA
206.0 ACUTE
207 OTHER   AND   UNSPECIFIED   LEUKEMIA
207.0 LEUKEMIA.    ACUTE
- 1 -
2       2 26
207.1 LEUKEMIA.    CHRONIC
207.2 ACUTE   ERYTHREMIA
207.9        LEUKEMIA;   UNSPECIFIED
208 POLYCYTHEMIA   VERA
209 MYELOFIBROSIS
3        3 4 8        5
2        14        3       7
BENIGN   NEOPLASMS   (210-228)
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
211   OTHER PARTS OF DIGESTIVE SYSTEM M
F
211.3        LARGE  INTESTINE.   EXCEPT  RECTUM M
F
225 BRAIN   AND  OTHER   PARTS  QF  NERVOUS   SYSTEM      M
F
225.0   BRAIN M
00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  SO  55  60  65  70  75  BO 85+ TOTAL
-01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 "34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
225.2   CEREBRAL MENINGES M
F
225.4 SPINAL MENINGES M
F
225.5 PERIPHERAL  NERVES M
F
22S.9 UNSPECIFIED  SITE M
F
22B ENDOCRINE  GLANDS M
F
226.1 THYMUS M
F
226.2 PITUITARY   AND CRANIOPHARYNGEAL  DUCT M
F
227   HEMANGIOMA AND LYMPHANGIOMA M
F
227.2 LYMPHANGIOMA M
F
TOTAL BENIGN   NEOPLASMS   (210-223) M
F
NEOPLASM OF UNSPECIFIED NATURE (230-239)
231    RESPIRATORY ORGANS M
F
231.3 BRONCHUS   AND   LUNG M
F
231.9        UNSPECIFIED SITE M
F
237 OTHER   GENITOURINARY   ORGANS M
F
237.3        KIDNEY.   EXCEPT   PELVIS M
238.1 BRAIN
2 2 1
111
-        - 1
- 1 -
1        2
2
1
~
1
2
1
1
B
10
t        2
2
1
;
1
2
1
;
B
10
1         2
2
1
;
3
2
3
2
14
IO
NEOPLASMS    (140-239)
III.   ENDOCRINE.    NUTRITIONAL   ANO  METABOLIC  DISEASES   (240-279)
DISEASES   OF   THYROIO   GLAND    (240-246)
241 NONTOXIC  NODULAR   GOITER N ------
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
241.9        UNSPECIFIED M -
F - — -
242   THYROTOXICOSIS WITH OR WITHOUT GOITER    M - - -
F - — —
242.2         THYROTOXICOSIS   WITHOUT  GOITER                             M — — -
F - — —
244         MYXEDEMA                                                                                                 M - - -
F - - -
246         OTHER   DISEASES OF   THYROID  GLAND                             H - - -
F - - -
TOTAL       DISEASES OF THYROID GLAND (240-246)  M - - -
F - - -
DISEASES  OF OTHER  ENDOCRINE GLANDS   (250-250)
250         DIABETE5  MELLITUS                                                                       M - 1 -
F 1 - -
250.0         WITH   ACIDOSIS  OR   COMA                                                     M - — -
F i - -
250.9         WITHOUT   ACIDOSIS  OR   COMA                                            M - 1 -
- 1 1
253 DISEASES  OF   PITUITARY   GLAND
253.0        ANTERIOR   PITUITARY HYPERFUNCTIOM
254 DISEASES  OF   THYMUS   GLAND
255        DISEASES OF   ADRENAL GLANDS
255.1 ADRENAL   CORTICAL   HYPOFUNCTION
255.9 OTHER   AND   UNSPECIFIED
AVITAMINOSES   AND  OTHER  NUTRITIONAL  DEFICIENCY   (2SO-269)
261 THIAMINE   DEFICIENCY M -        —        —        —
268 NUTRITIONAL    MARASMUS
1-22
269   OTHER NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY
269.O   SPRUE AND STEATORRHEA
269.1   MALABSORPTION SYNDROME, UNSPECIFIED
269.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
AVITAMINOSES AND OTHER
12-
12   4
2   2   4
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00     01      OS     IO     IS     20     25
LIST.                                      CAUSE
NUTRITIONAL  DEFICIENCY   (260-269)               F ----------        1-1          11-1          24            11
OTHER METABOLIC DISEASES   (270-379)
270         OF   AMINO-ACID METABOLISM                                                  M _----_--__-i-------               i
F —         —         —         —         —          -         —         —         —         —         —          ----         —          ---                -
270.9       UNSPECIFIED                                                                         M _-__-__-__-i-------             i
F .----       —       -       —       -       —       _----.---
272 OF   LIPID METABOLISM                                                                M _____---___-.          _,_-_-               a
F --t         --------         --------               1
272.0         XANTHOMATOSIS                                                                             M --------------1----               1
F -------------------
272.9       OTHER AND   UNSPECIFIED                                               M _--_-_---_--_-_--_-
F _-i         ---_-        —        —        -----        —        ---               i
273 OTHER   AND  UNSPECIFIED OF  META BO LI .31
273.0       CYSTIC  FIBROSIS
273.2 HEMOCHROMATOSIS                                                                       M --------        -_,-------■.               1
f _--_-_-     —     -_-__,-     —     _i-         a
273.3 HEPATOLENTICULAR  DEGENERATION                          M ---------_t        --------             ,
F -------------------
>
273.4 INVOLVING  METABOLISM OF MINERALS                  M __---_--_-_----_---
F 1------------------               %
273.8 OTHER   *"                                                                                              M--1         _-_-        —        _        —        -----        —         --- i
F _--_-_-        —        —        ____--        —         __-              -
273.9 UNSPECIFIED                                                                  « -------------------
f 1__-__--__---------"i
274 GOUT                                                                                                               M ____----_        —         ,------11               3
F _--_         —         -        —        —        —        _        —         -_-        —        _--_               -
275 PLASMA  PROTEIN ABNORMALITIES                                  M _--_-__-___--,_-_-,             a
275.1 HYPOC AMMAGLOBULINEMIA
275.5       MACROGLOBULINEMIA
275.9        OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED
276 AMYLOIDOSIS M --------       -----2--1-- 3
r      -.-_-..--_--i--.-i- a
277 OBESITY NOT OF ENDOCRINE ORIGIN M    -   —   —   -"—   —   -—'—   —   —   -,1   ------ 2
F    -----__   —   _____-__-__ -
279        METABOLIC DISEASES,  OTHER  AND  NOS M'--       --"---       —       1—       -1---1 1-- 4
TOTAL
IV.   DISEASES OF   THE BLOOD AND BLOOD-FORMING ORGANS   (380-289)
ANEMIAS   (280-285)
2B0 IRON   DEFICIENCY   ANEMIAS M ------
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00      01       05      10      15      20      25      30      35     40      45      50     55      60      65     70      75      BO  B5+   TOTAL
LIST.                                     CAUSE -01   -04 -09 -14  -19 -24 -29  -34 -39 -44 -49 -54  -59  -64 -69 -74   -79 -84
281        OTHER   DEFICIENCY   ANEMIAS                                             M ----___       —       ______-_,_, a
F _---_-_       —       __---____,, a
281.0         PERNICIOUS                                                                                      M ---        —        --_        —        --        —        -        —        --—,-, a
2B1.9        OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED  DEFICIENCY                  M _---_-_-_____--_-_-
283 ACQUIRED  HEMOLYTIC  ANEMIAS                                            M -        —        --        —        —       —        —        _.—       —        —        __-        —        -_, ,
F _---__--_-___-_,          -__. ,
283.0         ACUTE                                                                                                     M -        —        -        —        —        -        —        —        —        —        —_----        —        --, ,
F ---___-        —        _        —        --_-__-__
2B3.9         OTHER                                                                                                     H -------------.__--_ -
F---------------,--- ,
284 APLASTIC   ANEMIA                                                                             M -----—_-        —        —       —         i         -        —        -—,-         , 3
f -----_--_-_-i---a-i 4
285 OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED ANEMIAS              M --------------   -a,24 g
F ---------   __-_-___a< e
285.0 HYPOCHROMIC  WITH   IRON   LOADING                             M --------        -_-----.    3         -        -        1 3
F _--__---___-_-_-_,_ ,
285.9         UNSPECIFI ED                                                                                   a----------.------,          23 6
F ------_-_-_-_-__-,         4 5
TOTAL      ANEMIAS (280-285)                     M —   —  —  —   —   —  —   —   —  —  —   1   -   -   -  a   3   2   7 15
F -----__-____,   --1436 15
OTHER (286-289)
286 COAGULATION   DEFECTS                                                                 M —        —        —        —        —        --        —        —        —        —        ----        —        —        -_ -
f -----_---.--_-__-     -a 2
286.9        OTHER                                                                                          M -       —       —      -'---       —       —■—■---_■--_--._
F -__--_-____-_-_-_-a a
287 PURPURA AND OTHER HEMORRHAGIC CONDITIONS M 2   —   ,---,-   —   —   —   --,----- 5
F --   —  ---_-----,   --,.-, 3
2B7.0   ALLERGIC PURPURA                        M a---------------"-'-- 2
F ----__--_-_-,--_-__ 1
287.1 THROMBOCYTOPENIA                                                                    M --t---1—        —        —        —         -        —         1         —"     —        -        —        - 3
f _---___-___----,--, a
28B        AGRANULOCYTOSIS                                                                     M -       —       -       —       ---       —       —       —       —       ---,        —        ,-- 2
F ------.        —        —        —        —I---.-        —        - 1
289         OTHER                                                                                                           M -------        —        —        —        —        ----—,-- 1
f -.--.-_.-     —     -------      1      a 3
289.5         OTHER   DISEASES   OF   SPLEEN                                            M _--_--_-_-_-_-----_ -
F -----------        -----_i_ ,
2B9.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED                   M ----------------   i--_i
F ___-___-__--_-----a a
TOTAL       OTHER (286-289)                          M a-,---,—   —   —   —   —   .,,   -3-- 8
F -   —   -   —   —   -_.—   —   .-.   -1,.-,-,   5 g
TOTAL                          DISEASES  OF  THE   BLOOD   AND BLOOD-  M 2-1---1----1-1        12527 23
FORMING ORGANS   (2B0-289)                        F ----------       -        1        2,      --2        4        4     11 24
V. MENTAL DISORDERS (290-315)
PSYCHOSES (290-299)
290        SENILE  AND   PRESENILE DEMENTIA                               M ---._--_---_--,,,         113 8
F ---------------        ia--3 6
290.0         SENILE  DEMENTIA                                                                      M _---__--_-_----,,,         3 6
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00     01      05     10      IS     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
290.1          PRESENILE   DEMENTIA                                                               M _-__---        —        -----1          ,-__- a
F __-__--____-_-,        a--- 3
291   ALCOHOLIC PSYCHOSIS                       M ----------  --_a,--_- 3
F _-_._-__-__-_-a_-__ a
291.0 DELIRIUM   TREMENS                                                                     M _--__-------_-,_--_ ,
F _-          —         —          —          -         —          —          —         —          _-___         —          -__ _
291.1 KORSAKOV'S  PYCHOSIS  (ALCOHOLIC)                     M ___-_----__-_a_-__- a
F ---------------     a     -     —    -     - 2
295 SCHIZOPHRENIA                                                                                   M ---_,-------_-_-___ ,
F _          —          _         —          —          -         —          —          —         —         —          __--—-__ _
295.8 OTHER                                                                                                     M _-__,---------__-_- ,
F _____-_        —        _-___--_-_- _
296 AFFECTIVE PSYCHOSES                       M --___-_----__---___
F --__--_---_-_-_-,-- ,
296.2 MANIC DEPRESSIVE.  DEPRESSED                               M -------------------
F _-__----__--_-_-,_- ,
TOTAL                PSYCHOSES   (290-299)                                                M----i--------aail13 12
F --------------       3a        1-3 9
NEUROSES   AND   OTHER   NONPSYCHOTIC   MENTAL DISORDERS   (300-309)
303 ALCOHOLISM                                                                                   M ----,         4        1         1        2251111        9107        5        21 72
F -----1-21313-21---- 14
303.2         ALCOHOLIC   ADDICTION                                                            M --------1214645421- 30
-                                                                                           F -------        11       —       -1-1       —       ---- 4
303.9 OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED                                                M ----1        4111-475553311 42
F -----*-i        —       312-11        —       --- 10
304 DRUG   DEPENDENCE                                                                              M ------,         —         ,         —        .--.,____ 3 __
F ---.--.--        —        ------.--
304.6         OTHER   PSVCHO-STIMULANTS                                               M __----,------------ ,
304.9         UNSPECIFIED                                                                                   M _-------,-----,---_ a
F ___------_----___-_ _
306    SPECIAL SYMPTOMS NEC                     M _-----------------, ,
F -_.---■----_-------.-   3 3
306.5   FEEDING DISTURBANCES                      M _____-----_---____, ,
F -----------   -------3 3
309   NOT PSYCHOTIC. WITH PHYSICAL CONDITIONS  M ___-----___--,   __a-3 a
f _     -------    ------    -_at- 3
309.9        OTHER  OR   UNSPECIFIED   -                                              H_------------1--a-3 6
f --._.--    —    -    —    -_----a     1- s
TOTAL       NEUROSES AND OTHER NONPSYCHOTIC       M ----1431   325  11  11   10  11   7725 82
MENTAL DISORDERS (300-309)             F -----1-21313-21-213 30
MENTAL RETARDATION (310—315)
313   SEVERE                                         M _-----_--__-_-_--__ _
f ,,--_-_-_-_--__-_-_ a
313.9        OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED                                                M ---_--_-_-_-_--_-__
F ,,------.---.--..-. 3
TOTAL               MENTAL   RETARDATION   (310-315)                        M _-_---_-___-_-__-__
F ,        ,        ----------------- 2
TOTAL                             MENTAL   DISORDERS   (290-315)                     M ----2         42         1325      11      11       13      13        6         836 94
F 11---1-31313-242316 31
VI.    DISEASES  OF   THE NERVOUS   SYSTEM AND   SENSE   ORGANS   (320-389)
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
INFLAMMATORY   DISEASES OF   THE   CENTRAL   NERVOUS  SYSTEM   (320-324}
320        MENINGITIS
3        11
320.0 H.    INFLUENZAE
320.1 PNEUMOCOCCUS
320.8 DUE   TO  OTHER-SPECIFIED   ORGANISM
320.9 WITHOUT   ORGANISM   SPECIFICATION
323 ENCEPHALITIS   AND   MYELITIS
-   —   1   t   —
- . -   1
324   LATE EFFECTS OF INTRACRANIAL ABSCESS
INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF CENTRAL
NERVOUS SYSTEM (320-324)
HEREDITARY AND FAMILIAL DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM (330-333)
330   HEREDITARY NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS
1        —       -
1 1        -       -
112
- -        3        1 -
1 — -
330.1 FAMILIAL   SPINAL   MUSCULAR   ATROPHY
330.3 PROGRESSIVE  MUSCULAR   DYSTROPHY
- 1 1
330.4        MYOTONIA   ATROPHICA
330.9 OTHER
331 HEREDITARY   DISEASES.   STRIATDPALLIDAL
331.0        HEREDITARY  CHOREA
332 HEREDITARY   ATAXIA
332.9        OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED
333 OTHER   HEREDITARY   NERVOUS   DISEASES
333.0 AUMAUROTIC   FAMILY   IDIOCY
1 - -
333.9 OTHER   AND   UNSPECIFIED
OTHER   DISEASES  OF   CENTRAL   NERVOUS   SYSTEM   (340-349)
340 MULTIPLE   SCLEROSIS M -        —        -
1        31—       -1        1        31        -22
3        3       2        2        1
341 OTHER   OEMYELINATING DISEASES
342 PARALYSIS   AGITANS
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
343 CEREBRAL   SPASTIC   INFANTILE  PARALYSIS
343.1 OTHER   SPASTIC   PARALYSIS
343.9        OTHER AND   UNSPECIFIED
344 OTHER   CEREBRAL   PARALYSIS
344.1 HEMIPLEGIA
344.2        PARAPLEGIA
344.9        OTHER AND  UNSPECIFIED
345 EPILEPSY
2 2        a        2
1 - -
345.1        GENERALIZED CONVULSIVE
1        -        -
345.2 STATUS  EPlLEPTXCUS
OTHER AND  UNSPECIFIED
OTHER  DISEASES OF   BRAIN
347.1 CEREBRAL   AND  CORTICAL   ATROPHY
347.9 OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED
348 MOTOR  NEURONE DISEASE                                                     M -       -       -       -
F -       -       -       -
348.0 AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS           M -   —   -   —
F -    -    -    -
348.1 PROGRESSIVE  BULBAR  PALSY                                        M -        -        -       -
F -        -       -       .
348.2 PROGRESSIVE  MUSCULAR   ATROPHY                                M -        -        -        -
F ------
34B.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MANIFESTATIONS   M -   -   -   -
349 OTHER DISEASES OF SPINAL CORD            M -   -   -   -
F ------
349.O   SYRINGOMYELIA AND SYRINGOBULBIA         M -   -   -   -
F -   -   -
349.6        COMPRESSION.   OLD OR  NOT  SPECIFIED  AS        M -        -        -       -
F —_—■-•-
F 3        4-1
DISEASES OF NERVES AND PERIPHERAL GANGLIA (350-358)
TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA                         M ....
i  a  4  -  -
2   4   -   -
1   —   1   —   -
354 POLYNEURITIS  AND   POLYRADICULITIS
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  SO  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 -B4
F _-__---   —   —   —   —   —   ---   —   --— -
357         OTHER.   OF   PERIPHERAL  NERVES                                          M —         —         —        —         —         —        —        —        —        —        —         -        —         —        —        —         _-_ _
F _-----_--_,---_-___ ,
357.9        OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED                                                M ------------------- _
F _-__-_---        -i          -------- 1
TOTAL                 DISEASES   OF  NERVES   AND                                             M —        —        1         —        —        —        —.—        —        —        —         ,—..—        —        —-.      1         - 3
PERIPHERAL   GANGLIA    (350-35B)                           F ---------_■,------         1- a
OTHER  DISEASES AND  CONDITIONS OF  EYE   (370-379)
374         CATARACT                                                                                                  M _        —        -        —        ---        —        —        —        ---,-        —        —        -_ ,
F ___.--_-__-_--_,-__ ,
374.9        SENILE  AND  UNSPECIFIED TYPE                               M _--------       —       _--,---__ ,
F ----------       -----t--.--- 1
TOTAL                 OTHER   DISEASES   AND   CONDITIONS                       M -        —        --        —        -        —        —        —        —       —--,—        —        -_-- ,
OF   EYE    (370-379)                                                               F ---_-----_-----,-_- ,
DISEASES OF THE EAR  AND MASTOID  PROCESS (380-389)
381         OTITIS  MEDIA  WITHOUT  MASTOIDITIS                          M ---_-----__------_- -
F -_-------____-_-_,_ ,
3S1.9        UNSPECIFIED                                                                          M ---       —       ---       —       —       —       —       ----       —        -_-
F ---_--_---__*-_--,- ,
363   MASTOIDITIS WITHOUT OTITIS MEDIA         M -------------   i—  _--_ ,
F --   —   —   ---   —   —   —   -----   —   —   --
383.9         UNSPECIFIED                                                                                   M ---------        —        ---,---__ ,
F -        —        —       ----        —        —        —        —        _        —        --—         —        _-
TOTAL                DISEASES  OF  THE EAR   AND                                     M -------------,_-__- 1
MASTOID   PROCESS   (3B0-389)                                    F -------        —        -        —        -----        —         -,_ ,
TOTAL                          DISEASES  OF  THE  NERVOUS  SYSTEM       M 5        3        B2        3        3       1        2456        56     12     20     17      10      14       9 135
AND   SENSE   ORGANS   (320-389)                      F 4611133326637      17      14        7      13      15        7 119
VII.   DISEASES OF  THE  CIRCULATORY   SYSTEM   (390-45B)
CHRONIC   RHEUMATIC  HEART  DISEASE   (393-398)
394 DISEASES   OF   MITRAL  VALVE                                                  M ---------11          22-4     12         211 26
F ----------165345335 35
394.0         SPECIFIED   AS   RHEUMATIC                                                  M ---        —        ---        —        —        _        —        -1-.       16-2-- 10
F -----------44123122 19
394.9         NOT   SPECIFIED   AS   RHEUMATIC                                       M ---------1121-36-11 16
F ----------121222213 16
395 DISEASES OF   AORTIC VALVE                                             M -----1--1-33242464- 30
F -------1----1          114315 17
395.0   SPECIFIED AS RHEUMATIC                    M -   —   —   —   —   1-   —   ,   —   ,,,-—.,,,- q
F _-__--_,_____-_,_._ 2
395.9        NOT   SPECIFIED  AS  RHEUMATIC                                  M ----------22142353- 22
F ------------,113315 15
396 DISEASES OF MITRAL AND AORTIC VALVES     M ---------_,    ,._-,_,    __ 4
F ------_---,   -i-_a-1- 5
396.0         SPECIFIED   AS   RHEUMATIC                                                  M -------        —        -        —        ,,--,         —         -_- 3
F ---------_,-,----_- 2
396.9         NOT   SPECIFIED  AS   RHEUMATIC                                      M -        —        -        —        --_        —        —        —        _-        —        __        —         ,-_ ,
F _-_--_----_-_--a-1- 3
397 DISEASES OF OTHER ENDOCARDIAL STRUCTURES M ---.---,-----,-,_,, 5
F ----------   ---,,_a__ 4
397.0   TRICUSPID VALVE                            M -   —   -"---   —   —'—   —   —   --■"--   —   _-, ,
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
397.9 OTHER   AND   NOS.    SPECIFIED  RHEUMATIC
398        OTHER,   SPECIFIED  RHEUMATIC
-        -        1        1
2        112        1
HYPERTENSIVE  DISEASE   (400-404)
400 MALIGNANT  HYPERTENSION
400.1 WITH  HEART   INVOLVEMENT
400.2 WITH   CEREBROVASCULAR   INVOLVEMENT
400.3 WITH  RENAL   INVOLVEMENT
400.9 WITH  MULTIPLE   ORGAN   INVOLVEMENT
401 ESSENTIAL  BENIGN  HYPERTENSION
402 HYPERTENSIVE  HEART  DISEASE
403 HYPERTENSIVE  RENAL  DI5EASE
13        13        5        5
404        HYPERTENSIVE HEART AND  RENAL  DISEASE
HYPERTENSIVE   DISEASE   (400-4O4)
- 1 - I
ISCHEMIC  HEART  DISEASE   (410-414)
410        ACUTE  MYOCARDIAL   INFARCTION
410.0 WITH  HYPERTENSIVE  DISEASE
410.9        MITHOUT HYPERTENSIVE  DISEASE
411 OTHER   ACUTE   AND  SUBACUTE   FORMS
111 11-121
411.0        WITH HYPERTENSIVE  DISEASE
411.9 WITHOUT   HYPERTENSIVE   DISEASE.
1111
1        2        1
412        CHRONIC   ISCHEMIC   HEART   DISEASE
412.1 WITH  400-404,   MITH  OR   WITHOUT  4122
412.2 CARDIOVASCULAR   DISEASE   WITH   400-404
111
412.3 WITHOUT  400-404.   WITH   OR  WITHOUT   4124      M
412.4 CARDIOVASCULAR   DISEASE  WITHOUT  4O0-404   M
1 15747612     14 57
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
F
413 ANGINA   PECTORIS M
F
413.0        WITH HYPERTENSIVE DISEASE M
F
TOTAL       ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE (410-414)      M
F
OTHER   FORMS  OF  HEART   DISEASE   (420-429)
420        ACUTE   PERICARDITIS.  NONRHEUMATIC
2       2        4        -     11 6     16     28 71
421 ACUTE   AND  SUBACUTE  ENDOCARDITIS
- - 1 1
1-21 1        -
421.0 BACTERIAL
- -        1 1 -
2        11
421.9        OTHER
422        ACUTE  MYOCARDITIS
423 CHRONIC   PERICARDITIS.   NONRHEUMATIC
424        CHRONIC DISEASE OF  ENDOCARDIUM
424.0 OF   MITRAL   VALVE,   NONRHEUMATIC
424.1        OF   AORTIC   VALVE,  NONRHEUMATIC
-   -   -   1   -   1
1    I   -   -   1   -   -
424.9   OF OTHER ENDOCARDIAL STRUCTURES
425   CARDIOMYOPATHY
-        - 1 1 -        -
121-1323---1
42B PULMONARY  HEART  OISEA5E
427 SYMPTOMATIC   HEART   OISEASE
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
-   -   1   5
428   OTHER MYOCARDIAL INSUFFICIENCY
2-26
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80 B5+ TOTAL
LIST.               CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
F _-___---_  —  --_-_-   3-5 7
429 ILL-DEFINED   HEART   DISEASE                                               M --_---_-__,          i133aita ,s
F _-----_---_-,        -2-2        12 8
429.0         CARDIAC   ENLARGEMENT   AND  HYPERTROPHY            M ----------        -i-,--,-_ 3
f --_.-_-_-_-_-_     -a-     _._, 3
429.9   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED HEART DISEASE    M ----------1-1233-12 13
F -----------   -,.-_-a,, s
TOTAL               OTHER  FORMS  OF  HEART  DISEASE                       M 1         1        --2        -1        3332        5     11      11      13     21         6     22     44 148
(420-429)                                                                                     F _--_         ,          la-         1         1         4         23         1          8      10      22       17      56 129
CEREBROVASCULAR   DISEASE   (430-438)
430 SUBARACHNOID HEMMORHASE                                                M ---11-1-16345B442-3 43
F ------17258         3      10       18      10         7         4          11 77
430.0         WITH   HYPERTENSION   (BENIGN)                                       M ----------,-,,__,_, 5
F -------l--ai333121- 17
430.9        WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                                                        M -        -        -        1          1-1-16244744          1-2 38
F ------1625627       15         762-1 60
431 CEREBRAL  HEMORRHAGE                                                                  M -         -        -         1          I          3-        -         2        a         2         3         B      14      29      19      17      17     25 143
F -         -        -        -         -         -         1          -        4        -         1          4      14      10      19     23      30      33      40 179
431.0        WITH HYPERTENSION  (BENIGN)                                   M --------11-214BB744 40
F ".        ---------     2       -       -        2       7        3        6       8"   12   "11        5 56
431.9        WITHOUT  HYPERTENSION                                                   M -        -       -        1         1         3       -        -        1        1        3        1        7      10     21      11      10      13     21 103
F -        -       -       -'-        -        1        -        a       -        1        2        7        713     15      18     22     35 123
432 OCCCUSION OF  PRECEREBRAL ARTERIES                     M -------        --_a-3335311 20
F ------,--       —       _,,___,         ,a 7
432.0         MITH  HYPERTENSION   (BENIGN)                                       M ----------        ---t_____ ,
F -----------1----1-- 3
432.9        WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                                                  M ----------a-32352        11 19
F __----,-----,        ----,3 5
433 CEREBRAL  THROMBOSIS                                                                  M -         -         --         -         --         --        —        ,          34         8      18     22      25      34     53 168
F -        -        ---        _-       —       -        ,        3        38     10        B     39     35     55     98 248
433.0         WITH   HYPERTENSION   (BENIGN)                                       M ----------11-112242 14
F ----------11--1B5S6 35
433.9        WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                                                  M -       -       --        -        --        -       ---        24        7     17    20     23     30     51 154
F ---------111810        723     30     50     92 223
434 CEREBRAL   EMBOLISM                                                                        M -----------         -_--__         -3 3
F _--------__-______-
434.9        WITHOUT  HYPERTENSION                                                  M ---_-----_--_-___        -a 2
F __-_-----_---------
436 ACUTE   ILL-DEFINED  CEREBROVASCULAR                     M -        -        --        -        --        -        -1        1        49     20     25     41      80     62  106 349
F -       -       -       -        -        -       -        -       -       a       -        2       415     22     34     60     91153 383
436.0        MITH HYPERTENSION   (BENIGN)                                   M ---------1-2553     10      10        6     10 52
F ---------2-         --4         7      10       15      20     23 81
436.9        WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                                                  M -        -        --        -        -----        ,         a        4      15     22     31      70     56     96 297
F -----------24     11      15     24     45     71   130 302
437 GENERALIZED  CEREBROVASCULAR  ISCHEMIA             M _-___-_-___        ,        ,        4        5     30     29     26     80 16B
F -♦       —       -       —       --—.—       —       —       —       -'      2        7       •'   32     51     87 1B7
437.0        MITH HYPERTENSION  (BENIGN)                                   M --------------       3       2       -3.-   -       3 10
F _-__--_-_____,__,        a, 6
437.9        WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                                                  M -----------        11        43     IB     26     28     77 158
F -------------        17a     31      48     86 181
438 OTHER   AND   ILL-DEFINED  CEREBROVASCULAR            M _-___---_---_-_,          624 12
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  IS  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
F -  —  --  —  --  —  -  —  —  ----aaas ,a
438.0 WITH   HYPERTENSION   (BENIGN)                                       M ------_--__-_--_-__ _
F---------------111- 3
43B.9        WITHOUT HYPERTENSION                                                  M _--------_-----,         524 12
F ---_-----_---_-.,         125 9
TOTAL               CEREBROVASCULAR  DISEASE   (430-438)           M ---2231-399      15     30     57     84  112   160   144 274 905
F ------       3        7        6       8     11      12     37     55     66  103   164  235  386 1093
OISEASES   OF   ARTERIES.   ARTERIOLES   AND   CAPILLARIES   (440-448)
440 ARTERIOSCLEROSIS                                                                  M ---------       —       -24.797     26     25     64 144
F ----------       2-4343     22     31     97 166
440.1 OF   RENAL   ARTERY                                                                M ----------       _-i        ------ ,
F ----------        ---------
440.9         GENERALIZED  AND   UNSPECIFIED                                   M -------         —        —        —        —         33797      26      25     64 143
F ---       —       --       —       —       _       —       a        -4        343     22     31     97 166
441 AORTIC  ANEURYSM  (NONSYPHILXTIC)                          M -        -       --        -        --        -       --        ,        a       6      13     29     28     28     17     23 147
F -_-__-____,          12         656         61814 59
441.0 DISSECTING                                                                                      M --------.-        —       —-,          1         7        a         2   *    1          1 15
F _       —       -       —       ---       —       —       -        1-2221122 13
441.1 THORACIC                                                                                            M ----------        ---a         a,          33         1 11
F -------------3-3,3-., 11
441 .a         ABDOMINAL                                                                                          M __----___-,          135      13      19      IS         7      10 74
F -------------,-3        3,7       5 ,7
441.9        UNSPECIFIED                                                                          M -----------125769611 47
F ----------       -        1        -        -       3       -        2        66 IB
442 OTHER  ANEURYSM                                                                       M-    ---------       —       ----,       —       --3 3
F --_--_-,         ___-_,_,_-_ 3
443 OTHER PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE         M ----,-_-_-__,   -,_-,   5 g
F ---_----__-__--_-_, ,
443.1          THROMBO-ANGIIT1S  OBLITERANS                                   M ---_,----__-_---___ ,
443.9         UNSPECIFIED                                                                                   M ----------_-,.         -,--,5 8
F ---------------_-.-, 1
444 ARTERIAL  EMBOLISM  AND THROMBOSIS                       M -------1---2,        437738 36
F ------_-__-_,         345497 32
444.0 OF   AOBOMINAL   AORTA                                                              M -        —        -        —        ---t—        —        ----■-,          ,-_ 3
F ------____-__-__-,_ ,
444.1 OF  OTHER   AORTA                                                                  M ------_--_—__-__--, ,
F .--.-.---.---.-_-.-
444.3         OF   MESENTERIC   ARTERY                                                         M ----------        -21213614 19
F ------------        114       5        2        6       6 25
444.3 OF  RENAL   ARTERY                                                               M ---.,--      —       -_      —       -—--        1  --------       _ 1
F _-----_-_---_--_-__
444.4 OF   ARTERIES  OF   THE   EXTREMITIES                          M -----------        --.3,4-.-        3 ,0
F ---------....---ail 4
444.9         OF   OTHER   AND UNSPECIFIED   ARTERIES                 M -        —        --        —        —       -        —        —        —        _        —        —        -_—         _a_ a
f ------_--__-_,--_,-. a
445 GANGRENE                                                                                       M --------------        --3       12        2       5 12
F ----------        --1--1359 18
445.0         ARTERIOSCLEROTIC  GANGRENE                                         M ---------        -----3,3,4 10
F ----       —       -_--      —       -_,—_,         249 17
445.9        GANGRENE  NEC                                                                       M --------__-_-__--,, a
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  10  15  20  35  30  35  40  45  SO  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
F ------_--_-------,_ ,
446 POLYARTERITIS  NODOSA   AND  OTHER                                M -----—---_-,.-.-,--- a
F -----,---        —        ,3--_a-1- 8
446.0 POLYARTERITIS  NODOSA                                                  M ---------__,__-____ ,
F --.--..---.     a     -•    --i--- a
446.1 HEMMORHAGIC PULMONARY RENAL SYNDROME   M -"--   —   --   —   —   —   —   -----   —   ---
F ---_-__--___---,-__ i
446.3         OTHER  HYPERSENSITIVITY   ANGIITIS                       M -----__----_-.-_,--_ ,
F -----------,--__--- ,
446.3 WEGENER'S   GRANULOMATOSIS                                        M ------_-----___-___
F ----------,---_---- ,
446.4 CRANIAL   ARTERITIS                                                                  M ---        —        -'--.—        —.—        —        —        -        —        _—.--_
F ------_---__-__,-,_ 3
446.9        OTHER                                                                                           M ------_-___-_-__-__
F ---_-,_-__--_-__-__ ,
447 OTHER   DISEASES.   ARTERIES  AND   ARTERIOLES      M ------.-----.._,--_ ,
F -!-------,-----_-__ 3
TOTAL               DISEASES  OF  ARTERIES.   ARTERIOLES.           M -        - -     -       -        1        --        1        --        1         7     13     24     45     45     63     48  107 354
AND  CAPILLARIES   (440-44B)                                     F -1         ---1-1         -14         48      12      13      18      34      C4   138 2B9
DISEASES.   VEINS,    LYMPHATICS;   OTHER  DISEASES   OF   CIRCULATORY   SYSTEM   [450-45B)
450 PULMONARY   EMBOLISM  AND   INFARCTION                        M --------1-1-1112411 13
F ---------_,-,___,          44 ,,
451 PHLEBITIS  AND  THROMBOPHLEBITIS                             M ----------        1111-3432 14
F ----------12211-112 11
451.0         OF   LOWER   EXTREMITIES                                                         M ----------         ,-,,-,3-3 g
f ----------     i-ai--ii2 a
451.9        OF   OTHER   AND UNSPECIFIED  SITES                       M -__-------_,--_,         12- 5
F _____---___a--i---- 3
453 OTHER   VENOUS   EMBOLISM AND  THROMBOSIS               M -------,--,          13212.-31 15
F ----..----,--1,53-1 ,a
454 VARICOSE  VEINS OF   LOWER   EXTREMITIES                M -----------        ,_-,,-.-- 3
F ---------------1--- 1
454.0 WITH   ULCER                                                                                      M _-----_---_-_--_--_ -
F ____-_---____-_,___ ,
454.1 WITH   STASIS  DERMATITIS.   WITHOUT  ULCER      M _-__--_-__----,---- 1
F -_.--._.-.-----.---
454.9         OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED.   WITHOUT  ULCER         M _        —        -        —        —        ----        —        —,---,—-— 3
F _----_-        —        _        —        _-_-_---_ -
458   OTHER DISEASES OF CIRCULATORY SYSTEM     M ----,-------------1 2
F __---_--___----,--- ,
458.9         OHTER   AND   UNSPECIFIED                                                      M _---,----_----_---, a
F __-__---__---__,--_ ,
TOTAL               DISEASES  OF  VEINS.    LYMPHATICS;   OTHER  M ----1        --11        —       335437865 47
OF  CIRCULATORY  SYSTEM  (450-458)                 F ----------323227557 36
TOTAL                              DISEASES   OF   THE   CIRCULATORY                  M 1          1         -        3         6         5        3      13      24     56   101   302   337   496  636  6B0   696   6901107 5055
SYSTEM   (390-458)                                             F -        1        -       -        1        2       5        •        B     16     39     59  131   209 309 416   591   7621337 3886
VIII.   DISEASES   OF   THE   RESPIRATORY   SYSTEM   (460-519)
ACUTE  RESPIRATORY   INFECTIONS.   EXCEPT   INFLUENZA  (460-466)
462        ACUTE   PHARYNGITIS                                                                M _,-_--_       —       _       —       _-_-_---- ,
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
464 ACUTE LARYNGITIS AND TRACHEITIS
465 UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION
466 ACUTE 6RONCHITIS AND BRONCHIOLITIS
INFLUENZA (470-474)
470 INFLUENZA. UNQUALIFIED
471 INFLUENZA WITH PNEUMONIA
474 INFLUENZA   WITH NERVOUS   MANIFESTATIONS
3        2       2        8     IO     17 43
INFLUENZA   (470-474)
PNEUMONIA   (480-486)
VIRAL   PNEUMONIA
-  -   1   1   —   —   -
6   -   -
—   1   —
1   —   —
481    PNEUMOCOCCAL PNEUMONIA
7  4a
4B2 OTHER   BACTERIAL   PNEUMONIA
482.0 FRIEDLANDER'S   BACILLUS
482.3 STAPHYLOCOCCUS
4B3        PNEUMONIA.   OTHER   SPECIFIED ORGANISM
484 ACUTE    INTERSTITIAL   PNEUMONIA
485 BRONCHOPNEUMONIA.    UNSPECIFIED
486 PNEUMONIA.    UNSPECIFIED
6   -   -
---,--,
TOTAL       PNEUMONIA (480-486)
f
BRONCHITIS.EMPYSEMA. AND ASTHMA (490-493)
490 BRONCHITIS. UNQUALIFIED M
F
491 CHRONIC BRONCHITIS M
F
492 EMPHYSEMA M
493   ASTHMA
OTHER DISEASES OF UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT (500-508)
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  IO  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  BO 85+ TOTAL
LIST. CAUSE -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -39 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
SOO   HYPERTROPHY OF TONSILS AND ADENOIDES     M    -,----------------- 1
508   OTHER DISEASES OF UPPER RESPIRATORY      *_-,---_--   ---------- ,
TRACT F    -_---_---_--_-_----
508.3        DISEASES.   VOCAL  CORDS  OR  LARYNX NEC          M          --,--_------------- ,
F           ------------------- -
TOTAL      OTHER DISEASES OF UPPER              M    -1   ,_--_   —   —  —   --------- a
RESPIRATORY TRACT (500-508)          F    _-,---------------_ ,
OTHEA »IJEA3£S OF RESf-IRATORY SYSTEM (510-519)
510 EMPYEMA                                    M    --------------,---- ,
F    ---------------1--- ,
511 PLEURISY                                                                                        M          ------_-----------i i
511.0        WITHOUT  EFFUSION OR  TUBERCULOSIS                  M          _-----_--_--------, ,
F -------------------
511.2         OTHER   SPECIFIED   FORMS   OF   EFFUSION.               M           _--_--_--        —        —         -------- -
EXCEPT  TUBERCULOSIS                                                     F          _--_-----_--_---,-_ ,
513 ABSCESS OF   LUNG                                                                     M          _-------_--        1        ,        --,_-_ 4
f      _----------!---!--- a
514 PULMONARY  CONGESTION  AND HYPOSTASIS                 M           4-----,         --,-------12 9
F       a----------i------4 T
515 PNEUMOCONIOSIS.   SILICA  AND SILICATES             M          ----------1-1333-3- 13
F _----_---_--------_
515.0        SILICOSIS                                                                                M          _---------i        --333-2- 11
F -------------------
515-1          ANTHRACOSILICOSIS                                                                 M           ------        —        --        —        --,------ ,
F           ------_--        —        _-__-_-__ _
515.9       OTHER.   INCLUDING  PNEUMOCONIOSIS NOS          M          ------_--_____-_-,_ ,
F          _--_-----       —       -------__ _
517 OTHER   CHRONIC   INTERSTITIAL  PNEUMONIA              M           ----------        .-..573,5 30
F          ------,--,--__,        -a-1 6
518 BRONCHIECTASIS                                                                                 M           -------,-.--,3-3,33 ,a
F           ---------        —        --_,,,-,_ A
519 OTHER DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY SYSTEM     M    3----1----120   6  13  18  18  14  14 99
f  a -------------  1  1  a 5 t  • a " a aa
519.0   PULMONARY COLLAPSE                         M    1   ---------   .-,...-._ 3
519-1   ACUTE EDEMA OF LUNG                     M    2----1----1----1--- 5
Fa------------------ a
519-2         OTHER  DISEASES   OF   LUNG                                                  M           ------_--__.,._,.,_ 3
F           --------_--,,_,         --__ 3
519-3        CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE  LUNG DI5EASE                  M          -----------        376     12     16      IB     12     12 85
F         -------------       347       51       a a,
519.9         OTHER ■                                                                                                  M--------------,--,3 4
F           -------__-_-__-_,,_ a
TOTAL               OTHER  DISEASES OF  RESPIRATORY                     H          7        -       -       -        -        ,        ,        ,         ,        ,        3        3     12     10     22     31      21      21     25 159
SYSTEM   (510-519)                                                        F          4       -       -       -       -        -       1        -       -       1        -        3        1        3       7     10        •        3       7 49
TOTAL                              DISEASES   OF   THE   RESPIRATORY                  M        34         4         1         ,                      44         3         1         C      IB      22     41       66     98   126   126   152  342 949
SYSTEM  (460-519)                                              F        12        1        1        1        2        12        1        1        6       4     12       9     27     33     39     61      62  146 421
IX.    DISEASES  OF   THE DIGESTIVE  SYSTEM   (520-577)
DISEASES   OF  ORAL  CAVITY.    SALIVARY  GLANDS   AND   JAMS   (520-529)
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  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
521   DISEASES OF HARD TISSUES OF TEETH        M _--_--------------._
F .--.-._.  —  _--.--.--,. t
521.0         DENTAL   CARIES                                                                             M ______--        —        —        —         ----        —         --- -
F --——-        —        -        —        -        —        ----        —        --,- 1
527        DISEASES OF  THE  SALIVARY  GLANDS                          M ____-_--___-_-_-,_, a
F ___......--.-.-.--- -
527.2         SIALOADENITIS                                                                             M -_--        —        -.-.-        —        —        —        --.—        -.-.      -,-, a
F _          —          -_--_-          —         —         —          -         —          --..._ _
TOTAL      DISEASES OF ORAL CAVITY, SALIVARY    M __-_--_-___-----,-, 3
GLANDS, AND JAMS (520-529)            F _------   —   ---------,- 1
DISEASES OF ESOPHAGUS. STOMACH. AND DUODENUM (530-537)
530 DISEASES OF ESOPHAGUS                       M ----------   ---2-1-2- 5
f ------    t-    —    -------    1--. a 4
530.0 FUNCTIONAL  DISORDERS                                                  M __-_____-__-_-_____
F _-_--,_-_____---___ ,
530.1 INFLAMMATORY   DISEASES                                                     M _------        —        -        —        ---,-_--_ ,
F------------------1 1
530.2 DIVERTICULUM.   ACQUIRED                                            M _-----_--_-----,--_ 1
F _.-—.-.-----        —       .—       ------    ,         -'.-.--- -- 1
530.3 OBSTRUCTION                                                                          M --------__---i_--_- ,
F _-..-----        —        .-.-..--1 1
530.4 RUPTURE                                                                                               M _-----_        —        -        —        -------a- 2
F --..---        —        -...--._... _
531 ULCER   OF  STOMACH                                                                  M ----------11-322132 15
F ----i-.--t--2--a-34 13
531.0 WITH  HEMMORRHAGE  ONLY                                                     M -------        —        -        —        ,----,,          ai 6
f ------------     t------i-a'a b
531.1 WITH   PERFORATION  ONLY                                                      M _-----_-_-_,         —        3         ,         -        -        -        - 5
f _--_,-_--___3--,-_a a
531 .3        WITH  HEMORRHAGE   AND   PERFORATION                       M ---.--.--        —        -----,--- ,
F --------        —       -_.--.._-.
531.9        OTHER AND   UNSPECIFIED                                                M ---_--_---___-,_-,, 3
F _--------------_-,_ ,
532 ULCER   OF   DUODENUM                                                                       M ---------333125-645 30
F _--_--___---_a23-235 17
532.0 MITH HEMORRHAGE  ONLY                                                  M ----___--._,        -12-1        23 10
F ----------      -        -       -        a        1        -        2        11 7
532.1 WITH   PERFORATION  ONLY                                                     M ---------112113-433 17
F ---       —        --_--       —       -_a        —        2-        -        23 9
532.2 WITH HEMORRHAGE AND PERFORATION         M ---------,-----.-__ a-
F ---_-___-________-, 1
532.9        OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED                                               M --------_-,----_,__ a
F --------.       —       .-..-....
533 PEPTIC ULCER. SITE UNSPECIFIED           M —--  —   --—   —  —  —  —   __   —  _,_   —  3 A
F --i-------------,,, 4
533.0         WITH   PERFORATION                                                                    M -        —        -----.—        —       —        —        --—._        —        ...
F ---_--_--__--_.-._, ,
533.9        WITHOUT MENTION  OF  PERFORATION                       M ------_--.-----,        --3 4
F --,_-----___-_-_,,. 3
534        GASTROJEJUNAL ULCER
534.1 WITH   PERFORATION  ONLY
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
535   GASTRITIS AND DUODENITIS
—        — 1 —        1 ■       —
. -        -        1        2
536        DISORDERS OF  FUNCTION OF  STOMACH
536.1 DISORDERS   OF   GASTRIC   MOTILITY
536.9        OTHER
537 OTHER   DISEASES.   STOMACH   AND  DUODENUM
12        1-
537.0        PYLORIC  STENOSES.  ACQUIRED
537.9        OTHER AND   UNSPECIFIED
APPENDICITIS   (540-543)
540        ACUTE  APPENDICITIS
540.0        MITH   PERITONITIS
TOTAL APPENDICITIS   (540-543)
HERNIA   OF   ABDOMINAL   CAVITY   (550-553)
550 INGUINAL,   WITHOUT   OBSTRUCTION M
F
551 OTHER  ABOOMINALES,   WITHOUT OBSTRUCTION        M
F
551.O FEMORAL M
F
551.3        DIAPHRAGMATIC M
F
551.»       OF  UNSPECIFIED SITE M
F
553 INGUINAL  HERNIA  MITH OBSTRUCTION M
f
553   OTHER. WITH OBSTRUCTION M
F
553.0 FEMORAL M
553.2 VENTRAL
553.3        DIAPHRAGMATIC
553.S OF   OTHER   SPECIFIED  SITE
11-21
1-11
553.9       OF  UNSPECIFIED  SITE
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
HERNIA   OF   ABDOMINAL   CAVITY   (550-553)   M
OTHER   DISEASES   OF   INTESTINE  ANO   PERITONEUM   (550-569)
INTESTINAL   OBSTRUCTION   WITHOUT   HERNIA M - 1 -
4aa
560.0 INTUSSUSCEPTION
560.1 PARALYTIC   ILEUS
560.3        VOLVULUS
560.3 IMPACTION   OF   INTESTINE'
560.4        ADHESIONS   WITH   OBSTRUCTION
560.9        OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED
562 DIVERTICULA   OF   INTESTINE
-        - 1
562.1        COLON
563 CHRONIC  ENTERITIS   AND  ULCERATIVE  COLITIS  M
563.0        REGIONAL   ENTERITIS
563.1        ULCERATIVE COLITIS
563.9 OTHER
566   ABSCESS. ANAL AND RECTAL REGIONS
567   PERITONITIS
567.0 WITH   ABCESS
567.9        UNSPECIFIED
1 —        -
1 - -
569        OTHER.   INTESTINES   AND  PERITONEUM Mil
F -        1
569.4   PERFORATION. ULCERATION. INTESTINE NOS M    -   1
1-2
569.9        OTHER
DISEASES  OF   LIVER.   GALLBLADDER.   AND   PANCREAS (570-577)
570 ACUTE   ANO   SUBACUTE   NECROSIS OF   LIVER M — —        —        —
F -
571 CIRRHOSIS OF   LIVER M , -       -       -
3»     -
4        6       5
6       7       6
571.0 ALCOHOLIC
1 -      IO      14     16     28      41      26      37      19     16 2 4        - 217
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT.
LIST.
00     01      05     10      15     30     25     30     35     40     45     SO     55
CAUSE                                               -01   -04 -09 -14  -19 -24 -29  -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59
60
-64
65
-69
70
-74
75
-79
80
-84
15+
TOTAL
15
5
a
~
-
-
95
571 .8
1
2
2
1
i
1
a
z
9
6
571.9
573
7
IO
9
3
15
3
5
3
3
3
2
67
34
a
a
1
1
1
1
-
1
573.0
573.9
1
2
i
1
1
1
1
1
-
574
574. O
2
1
1
2
1
3
4)
4
1
a
7
1
16
17
574.1
574.6
575
576
-
1
1
;
a
4
a
3
4
10
*
1
1
T
i
3
1
1
*
3
2
a
1
3
576. O
7
576.1
576.9
i
1
1.
1
1
3
2
5
1
577
2
1
3
2
2
i
;
3
1
16
6
577.0
577.1
577.9
ACUTE   PANCREATITIS                                                               M           -------la-1-3
2
3
1
•
-
3
1
15
5
1
1
2
TOTAL
DISEASES  OF   LIVER.    GALLBLADDER.                  M            1         -        -        -         ,          a         1       12      17     22     33      51      41
AND   PANCREAS   (570-577)                                              F            1          -         1         -         -         1         3         5         •     10      21       26     22
50
30
35
15
40
a
13
9
17
7
16
16
352
164
TOTAL
DISEASES  OF  THE   DIGESTIVE                     M          8        2        1        -        2        3       2     14     17     24     39     57     47
SYSTEM   (520-577)                                                   F           4         1          2        -         2         5        3         5      11      12      22      29     27
X.    DISEASES   OF   THE   GENITOURINARYSYSTEM   (580-629)
62
39
51
27
53
30
33
22
3B
32
51
57
503
320
5B0
NEPHRITIS   AND   NEPHROSIS   (580-584)
*
1
2
1
2
581
582
f      ---,-i---,a-2
3
1
3
6
2
3
5
4
5
3
8
4
37
36
5B3
1
1
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00     01      05     10     15     20     25     30     35     40     45     50     55     60     65     TO     75     80  85+  TOTAL
LIST.                                      C     A     U     5     E -01   -04 -09 -14  -19 -24 -29  -34 -39 -44  -49 -54 -59  -64 -69 -74  -79 -84
5B4    RENAL SCLEROSIS. UNQUALIFIED                 M ---------   —   ---,_,-__ a
F _--______   —   _____--__
TOTAL               NEPHRITIS  AND  NEPHROSIS  (560-584)           M 1-----1        112222453659 44
F ---1-1---12-a365435 33
OTHER   DISEASES  OF   URINARY   SYSTEM   (590-599)
590         INFECTIONS   OF   KIDNEY                                                              M ,----,---        —        --1-23373 20
F -----------13-36869 35
590.0 CHRONIC  PYELONEPHRITIS                                            M ----.,.       —       -       —       .-..,3351 13
F -----------13-13535 ai
590.1 OTHER  PYELONEPHRITIS                                                  M ,---------_-,        -i,_ai 7
F ----------       -       -       -       -       ,       3        334 13
590.2 ABSCESS.    RENAL   AND  PERIRENAL                                M --        —        ----        —        —        —        —         ---_-__. _
F _----__-_____-_,___ ,
592 CALCULUS   OF   KIDNEY   AND  URETER                             M ---.-------,--,,          -_a 5
F ------_-___-_,-_,,_ 3
593 OTHER  OISEASES OF   KIDNEY  AND  URETER               M -----------1-1-3433 ,3
F ---------_,        31        --31        31 11
593.2 OTHER  RENAL DISEASE                                                     M ---------       -       -        1        -        1        -       a        3        2       3 12
F _--------_,        ai        --3        131 11
593.3 OBSTRUCTION  OF   URETER   NEC                                         M -         —        -        —        -.-        —        —        —        —         ----.,.. ,
F ------_        —        _        —        _-_-.____
594 CALCULUS OF OTHER PART5 OF URINARY       M ----_----_-__-___-, ,
SYSTEM                                         F —   —   -.--_   —   —   —   --.-.—   .-_ „
595 CYSTITIS                                       M ---....--.------.._
F -----_----_---_---, ,
596 OTHER DISEASES OF BLADDER                M ------.---  —  ----__.., ,
F -..--...---------,   1 a
596.2         CONTRACTURE                                                                                   M ___        —         -_-        —        —        —        —----—-_- _
F ---.--.--_--_-----, 1
596.9        OTHER AND   UNSPECIFIED                                               M _--._----_-----.--i 1
F -------        ----------         1- 1
59B        STRICTURE  OF  URETHRA                                                       M ----------       ----_-,        -3 3
F -_--•__--_       —       ---------
599 OTHER   OISEASES  OF   URINARY  TRACT                             M _        —        --.        —        ---        —        —       —-—"-,         122         1 7
F ___-____-_____-___, t
599.0         URINARY   TRACT   INFECTION NEC                                   M ----------        ------         aa, s
F ___-__.---___-_-__, 1
599.9        OTHER  AND  NOS                                                                     M _-----_-------,,         ___ a
F _        —        ---_..        —        —        —        —        ---        —        -.. -
TOTAL                 OTHER   DISEASES  OF   URINARY                                   M 1         -        —        —        -         ,        —        —        —        —        —         ai          1         47      10      11      12 "50
SYSTEM    (590-599)                                                               F ----------         134         129      10      IO      13 53
DISEASES   OF  MALE   GENITAL   ORGANS   (600-607)
600 HYPERPLASIA   OF  PROSTATE                                                M ----------       .-.-34        4        a     12 24
TOTAL                 DISEASES   OF  MALE  GENITAL   ORGANS                 M ---_-__        —        _        —        —         ---34         4         2      13 24
(600-607)
OISEASES  OF   BREAST,    OVARY.    FALLOPIAN   TUBE,    AND  PARAMETRIUM   (610-616)
616        OISEASES  OF   PARAMETRIUM   AND  PELVIC                  F ----------       -i---,--_ a
PERITONEUM    (FEMALE)
616.0         PELVIC   INFLAMMATORY   DISEASE                                    F ------_--        —        -,---,-__ a
TOTAL                 DISEASES  OF  BREAST.   OVARY.   FALLOPIAN   F -------        —        —       —        —         ,---,--- 3
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
TUBE.   AND   PARAMETRIUM   (S10-G16)
DISEASES  OF   UTERUS   AND  OTHER   FEMALE  GENITAL   ORGANS   (620-629)
623        UTEROVAGINAL  PROLAPSE F -       -
623.0        CYSTOCELE F -------
625        OTHER   DISEASES OF   UTERUS F -       -       -
625.9       OTHER F -       -       -       -
TOTAL
TOTAL
XI.   COMPLICATIONS OF   PREGNANCY.   CHILDBIRTH.   AND  PUERPERIUM  (B30-678)
COMPLICATIONS  OF  PUERPERIUM  (670-678)
670        SEPSIS  OF  CHILDBIRTH  AND  PUERPERIUM F —       —       -       —       —        ,,—
TOTAL COMPLICATIONS  OF  THE  PUERPERIUM F -----i,-
TOTAL COMPLICATIONS  OF   PREGNANCY. F _-—        —        —-—-   ,   j   ,
CHILDBIRTH  (630-678)
-XII.   DISEASES OF SKIM  AND SUBCUTANEOUS  TISSUE   (680-709)
INFECTIONS OF   SKIN  AND SUBCUTANEOUS  TISSUE   (680-709)
682 OTHER   CELLULITIS   AND  ABSCESS
682.1 TRUNK
682.4 LEG
682.5 OF   FOOT.   EXCEPT   TOES
686        OTHER   INFECTIONS     SKIN,   SUBCUTANEOUS
6B6.9 OTHER
OTHER  INFLARRUTORY  CONDITIONS OF  SKIN  AND SUBCUTANEOUS  TISSUE   (690-698)
694 PEMPHIGUS M —        —        —        —        —.—        —        —..—        —.—        --..-        —        —.-
F ------_-_____,-__
695 ERYTHEMATOUS CONDITIONS M    ---   —   ---   —   —   —   —   ------
F    _-_-_-_____-__,--
695.1   ERYTHEMA MULTIFORME M    -----------------
F ---------__-.-,..
F    SKIN    AND M --- — - — - — — .— - — -_ — .
F ------____-__,,_-
OTHER   OISEASES  OF   SKIN   AND   SUBCUTANEOUS   TISSUE   (700-709)
707 CHRONIC  ULCER  OF   SKIN M ----------- -.-t---
,        -------------1---3 4
---_-__--       —       _---i-._- ,
i     - , -    -----__--------a s
_-----__-__-_       ,_--__ x
1----------------1- a
i     -...--     --.--_-_._,_ a
707.0 DECUBITUS   ULCER
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
707.1 LOWER   EXTREMITY
XIII.   DISEASES   OF  MUSCULOSKELETAL   SYSTEM  AND   CONNECTIVE  TISSUE   (710-738)
ARTHRITIS   AND   RHEUMATISM   (710-71B)
710 ACUTE   ARTHRITIS   DUE   TO   PYOGENIC ORGANISM  M ---------
2       - 2
710.2 HIP
710.9        OTHER  ANO   UNSPECIFIED   SITES
712.3 OTHER   RHEUMATOID  ARTHRITIS
712.4        SPONDYLITIS ANKYLOPOIETICA
713 OSTEOARTHRITIS  AND   ALLIED CONDITIONS M
713.0        OSTEOARTHRITIS
713.1        SPONDYLITIS OSTEOARTHRITIS M -
F - - -        -         -
714 OTHER   SPECIFIED   FORMS  OF   ARTHRITIS                    M - - -        —        -
F — — -         —         —
714.9         OTHER                                                                                                     M _ _ _        _        _
F - - -        -        -
715 ARTHRITIS UNSPECIFIED                       M - - -   -   -
F — — —   —   —
716 POLYMYOSITIS   AND   UERMATOMVOSITIS M _.— —'—-
F 1
716.0 DERMATOMYOSITIS M -----
F — — -—•-
716.1 POLYMYOSITIS                                                                                M - - -        -         —
F - - -         1         -
RHEUMATISM,   EXCEPT                       M - - -        _         _
F 1 -        1         -
OSTEOMYELITIS   AND  OTHER   DISEASES   OF   BONE AND JOINT   (720-729)
720         OSTEOMYELITIS   AND   PERIOSTITIS                                    M - - -        -         -
720.1 CHRONIC   OSTEOMYELITIS
720.2 UNSPECIFIED   OSTEOMYELITIS
721 OSTEITIS   DEFORMANS
723        OTHER  DISEASES OF   BONE
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
723.0        OSTEOPOROSIS
723.2        SPONTANEOUS  FRACTURE
723.9        OTHER OISEASES  OF  BONE
729        OTHER   DISEASES  OF   JOINT
729.5        DISEASE HIP NEC
729.9 DISEASE   JOINT   NEC
OTHER   OISEASES  OF MUSCULOSKELETAL  SYSTEM   (730-738)
733 OTHER   DISEASES.   MUSCLE.    TENDON  FASCIA M -        —        -
F -        -        -
733.0        MYASTHENIA GRAVIS M -        -        -
733.9 OTHER   AND   NOS
734 DIFFUSE OISEASES   OF  CONNECTIVE  TI5SUE
734.0 PROGRESSIVE SYSTEMIC  SCLEROSIS
734.1 SYSTEMIC   LUPUS  ERYTHEMATOSIS
735         CURVATURE  OF   SPINE
735.0 SCOLIOSIS
735.1 KYPHOSIS
735.2 KYPHOSCOLIOSIS
TOTAL
TOTAL
XlV. CONGENITAL ANOMALIES (740-759)
NERVOUS SYSTEM (740-743)
740 ANENCEPHALUS M
F
741 SPINA   BIFIDA M
F
741.0        WITH HYDROCEPHALUS M
--1 ,-1 13-1
- 1 1 - 1
12-
741.9 WITHOUT   HYDROCEPHALUS
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00      01       05      IO      15      20      25      30      35     40      45      50     55      GO     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
742 CONGENITAL   HYDROCEPHALUS M -,-„—-,-'—        —        —        —        --,-        — ---
F 42-----1 -----------
743 OTHER  OF NERVOUS  SYSTEM M _,--,-_-----,_-----_
F 21        --i        --------------
743.1 MICROCEPHALUS M — — — — — —'— — — — — — — —"—'— — —'-
F 11— — 1— - — — — — --- — —--_
743.3        OTHER SPECIFIED  ANOMALIES.   BRAIN M _,_------_-----_---
Fi ------------------
7«3.9 UNSPEClrifci-   A:tQ-ULIES   Of   BRAIN.   SPINAL  M _----,-_--        —        —        -_______
CORD  AND  NERVOUS  SYSTEM F _------       —       —       —       -----—_--
TOTAL NERVOUS   SYSTEM   (740-  743) M10 2--1 ,■_        —        —        —        —        ---"   f      ■--—'---       -
F16        3--1 1-1        -       —       —       ---------
CIRCULATORY  SYSTEM   (746-747)
746 CONGENITAL  ANOMALIES OF  HEART M20        6-3-        1       ----- .    1        -i        -_, ,        -       -
F21        61-111        —        1—       —        1--11--- 37
746.0 COMMON  TRUNCUS M 1 ------------------
F _--_--_        —        _-_-_-__-_-
746.1 TRANSPOSITION  OF   GREAT  VESSELS M aa-_-----_--_-_---_
F a        ,----,--_--_        ------
746.2 TETRALOGY   OF   FALLOT M -a        -------        —        — --------
F -5-.        --------- .__.--
746.3 VENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECT M    5------   -   --------   ---
F    3----   ,---   —   --.   —   -_--_
746.4 ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECT M ,--------------_,--
f      a-------------i----
746.5 OSTIUM   ATRIOVENTRICULARE   COMMUNE M - — - — --- — — — —--- — —-_.
F __,__-_-___-_______
746.6 OF HEART VALVE M    5--1    ------,-,   -_,---
F     31    -_-----------,    --_
746.7 FIBROELASTOSIS   CORDIS M 3------        -        —        —        — ---_—--_
F ,,_----        —        -----__-__-
746.8 OTHER   SPECIFIED   OF   HEART M ,—---,--—"—        ---------
F 1        ---1        ------        i-------
746.9 UNSPECIFIED  OF   HEART M 3-2        —        2        — --        —        —        —        —■        --------
F 9        -------        ,—--.-_. ...
747 OTHER M 6       —       -       —       —        3       —       —       -       —       —        ,-.-.—        ---
F 51 -_-,---        —        --- ,-_---
747.0 PATENT   DUCTUS  ARTERIOSUS M -------------------
F 3--_--_-___---_____
747.1 COARCTATION OF   AORTA M I------------------
F a       ------------       _■----_
747.2 OTHER   OF   AORTA M 4—       —        —-—-"-—'——"■--'- —        —        — —        —        —
F _____-_-___----..__
747.3 STENOSIS   OF   PULMONARY   ARTERY H _--_--_--__-____-__
F ,,_-_---_-_-_______
747.4 ANOMALIES   OF   GREAT   VEINS M 1 ------------------
F _______-___-_-__--_
747.6 OTHER  OF   PERIPHERAL  VACULAR   SYSTEM M ---_■-—,-        —        -        —        — ,...        — ...
F _-__--_-___-_,_____
747.8        OTHER  SPECIFIED,   CIRCULATORY M -----a---       —       -------        --
F --._-,_----._-.-.--
TOTAL RCULATORY  SYSTEM   (746-747) M        26 6-3-4-        —        --1 1 1 --1 1 -
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
list. cause
respiratory system (748-749)
748      congenital anomalies. respiratory
748.0      choanal atresia
748.5 agenesis of lung
748.6 other of lung
748.8     other specified of respiratory system
total respiratory system (748-749)
digestive system (750-751)
-750      other. upper alimentary tract
750.2      tracheo-esophageal fistula
1-12        1
111-
751        OTHER
LIES.   DIGESTIVE  SYSTEM
751.0 MECKEL'S   DIVERTICULUM
751.1 ANOMALIES  OF  INTESTINAL FIXATION
751.2 HIRSCHSPRING S   DISEASE
751.3 ATRESIA  OF   RECTUM ANO   ANAL   CANAL
751.4 OTHER  OF   INTESTINE
751.5 ATRESIA  OF   BILIARY   DUCTS
TOTAL      DIGEST!VC S>'S.rEK (750-751)
GENITO-URINARY SYSTEM (752-753)
753   OF URINARY SYSTEM
1 -----_        —        -._-------_ ,
1 ------------------ 1
33-----.--.---,-..- e
3-    —--■-■—,     -.. .-,—--       —       -------      , :  ---'"-■■-    - 4
- — ----- — - — — ----!--- 1
I----------. -------- 1
1 ------------------ 1
a-------    -    —    ---------- 3
a-_.       ------       _-_-__--_ a
33---.-       —       ------,..-- G
753.0        RENAL AGENESIS
753.1 CYSTIC   KIDNEY  DISEASE
753.2        OBSTRUCTION  OF  URINARY  TRACT
753.9 UNSPECIFIED  OF   URINARY   SYSTE1
TOTAL GENITO-URINARY   SYSTEM   (752-753)
LIMBS   AND MUSCULOSKELETAL   SYSTEM   (754-756)
756        OTHER   CONGENITAL  ANOMALIES OF M -
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  05  IO  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
MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM                    F ,__-,----_-----,--- 3
756.0   SKULL AND FACE BONES                      M __----_--   —   --------- -
F _-__---.-.--.--,--- ,
756.6 OSTEOGENESIS IMPERFECTA                   M _-__----_---------- -
F __--,______-_______ 1
756.7 OTHER  GENERALIZED  SKELETAL                                  M _,—-       —       --_       —       —      _       —       --_--■.--.._.- ,
F _-__-----        —        --------- -
756.8 OTHER   SPECIFIED   OF  MUSCLE.    TENDON   AND     M ------------------- -
FA5CIA                                                                                                   F I------------------ 1
TOTAL                LIMBS  AND MUSCULOSKELETAL  SYSTEM             M -,-------_----_.---.- ,
(754-756)                                                                                    F ,-__,-_        —        -------,--_ 3
OTHER   (757-759)
758 CONGENITAL    ANOMALIES.    OTHER   AND   NOS                    M _         —         -__--          —         -         —        —--          —         -----
F I------------------ ,
758.9 UNSPECIFIED                                                                          M _--_---       —       —       ---------_
F ,--_-----_----_____ 1
759 CONGENITAL   SYNDROMES  OF   MULTIPLE  SYSTEMS   M 5-,         ---------------- «
F 9_,        ,.-.--_,        -------- 13
7S9.1         CONJOINED   TWINS                                                                       M -        —        --         —         --        —        —        —        --A------ -
F 3----------.-       —      --------- a
759.3 DOWNS DISEASE                                                                     M --i_--_--_----_-___ ,
F ,___-_-_-----_-__-__ ,
759.4 OTHER   DUE   TO   AUTOSOMAL  ABNORMALITY               M -__---_--        —        ----_-___ -
F 3        ----•—-       —        --        —        --•------        - 3
759.8 OTHER  SPECIFIED  SYNDROMES                                     M -_-_--_---------___
F _.,,-..--       —       ,-___--__ 3
759.9 MULTIPLE   CONGENITAL   ANOMALIES  NOS                  M 5___-__-____-__-___ 5
F 3---------        --------- 3
TOTAL               OTHER  (757-759)                                                          M 5-1        ---------------- 6
F10-        1        1        ------       1        -------- ,3
TOTAL                             CONGENITAL   ANOMALIES    (740-759)         M 50      12         131          5        -        —        -        -         1          1          1          121          2~- 81
F 60      13         2133111-2         1-214--- 95
XV.    CERTAIN  CAUSES  OF   PERINATAL MORTALITY   (760-77S)
CONDITIONS  IN  MOTHER   (760-763)
761          OTHER   MATERNAL.   UNRELATED TO   PREGNANCY         M 3____-----_-_______ 3
F"3        ------------        ------ 3
761.1          DIABETES   MELLITUS                                                                 M _______         _        _        _        _________ -
F ,--_--_--__--__.___ ,
761.5 INJURY                                                                                       M ,--_--_--_----__-_- 1
F _.-.-—--       —       —       —      —       —■------—---_
761.6 OPERATION                                                                                M ,—-       —       --       —       —       —       —       ----.-.-__- 1
761.9         OTHER MATERNAL   CAUSES                                                      M I—        —        —.—        —        —        —        —        —        —         —        —         -..—        —         —        —.- 1
F 3        ------------        -"■-■_--■_ 2
763   MATERNAL ANTE ANO INTRAPARTUM INFECTION  M 3   —   -   —   ---   —   —   —   —,--.---_—  . —   —   - 3
F ,.---.--.-.-.-...-- ,
763.1           OTHER   GENITOURINARY                                                                    M 3          —         —         —.—          —         —         —         —         —.—         .-.—          —         —         —          —          -- 3
F -        —        —.-        —        —        —        —        —       —        —        ----        —       —-—_- _
763.9        OTHER                                                                                          M _--_--_------______
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  Oi  05  IO  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  SO  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
TOTAL      CONDITIONS IN MOTHER (760-763)       M 6   -------- -   —  -  —  -__-__._.-,—,  _ s
F 4---   --------------- 4
DIFFICULT LABOR (764-768)
766 DIFFICULT LABOR. MALPOSITION OF FETUS    M g--   —   —   —   —   —   —   —   —----   —   --- s
F 3----------   j  ------- 3
766.0        MITH  BIRTH  INJURY  TO  BRAIN                                  M 4---------------        --_ 4
F _--__-----_------_- _
766.3 WITH   BIRTH   INJURY.   OTHER  OR   NOS                       M ,—_--—-        —        -        —        —        -------- 1
F __-        —         —         -        —        —        —        —        _-_--__-_ -
766.4 MITH ASPHYXIA                                                                     M 3--------'---------- 3
F 3------------------ 3
766.9   WITHOUT 6IRTH INJURY OR ASPHYXIA       M ,------   —   ----------- 1
F -.-.-----   —   -----.-..
767 DIFFICULT LABOR. ABNORMAL LABOR FORCES   M 1--------------.--. ,
F ,__-_-_-___-_-_____ ,
767-0         WITH   BIRTH   INJURY   TO   BRAIN                                       M ,--------------_--_ ,
F --_-----_         —         _-------- -
767.4        MITH ASPHYXIA                                                                     M __--------_----_-__ -
F ,--__-_-___-__---__ ,
76B         DIFFICULT   LABOR  MITH  OTHER  AND                                M ,--_--_--__----_--_ ,
UNSPECIFIED   COMPLICATIONS                                                F ------------------- _
768.4        WITH ASPHYXIA                                                                     M 1        ------------------ ,
TOTAL                 DIFFICULT   LABOR   (764-766)                                    M 10        ------------------ ,0
F 4__-----_--__-----_ A
OTHER  (769-779)
769         OTHER   COMPLICATIONS  OF   PREGNANCY   AMD              Ml 9        --        —        -—       —        —        -        —        —        -----—        —        -- 19
CHILDBIRTH                                                                                             F 16         ------------------ 16
769.0 INCOMPETENT  CERVIX                                                       M 4------       -       ----------- 4
F _       —       —.-       —       —       -       —       —-——.--.      —       -—•—       —       - -
769.1 PREMATURE RUPTURE OF
769.3 HYDRA-MHOS
769.4 MULTIPLE   PREGNANCY M It
F 11
769.9 OTHER
770   CONDITIONS OF PLACENTA M   15
F   11
770.0 PLACENTA   PREVIA
770.1 PREMATURE   SEPARATION   OF  PLACENTA
770.8 OTHER
771 CONDITIONS   OF   UMBILICAL   CORD
771.1 PROLAPSE   WITHOUT  COMPRESSION
772 BIRTH   INJURY  WITHOUT  MENTION   OF  CAUSE
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00      Ol      05      10      15      20     25      30      35     40      45      50      55      60      65     70      75      80   BS+ TOTAL
LIST.                                          CAUSE -01    -04 -09  -14   -19 -24  -29   -34  -39 -44   -49  -54   -59   -64  -69  -74   -79  -84
772.0         TD   BRAIN                                                                                            M 4         ------------         ------ A
F 4------------------ 4
775 HEMOLYTIC   DISEASE.    NEWBORN.    WITHOUT                    M ,           —          -         —          —          —         _          —          __          —          ----         —          —          ._ ,
MENTION  OF   CAUSE                                                                           F _        —        ——        —        —       —        —        -        —        —        —        —        -        —        —        —        -„ _
775.0         WITH   RH   INCOMPATIBILITY                                                M ,--        —        --        —        —        -        —       —---        —        ---— ,
F _-----_        —        -_-----_--_ _
776 ANOXIC AND HYPOXIC CONDITIONS NEC         M 49   ------------------ 49
F 42   ------------------ 42
776.0 ASPIRATION OF CONTENT OF BIRTH CANAL   M 3   —   -   —   --   —   —   —   —   —"--'-•-   —   "-'-- 3
F 1—   --   —   -_   —   -   —   _-_-   —   —   ___ ,
776.1 HYALINE  MEMBRANE   DISEASE                                            M 18         ------------------ ,a
F 13         ------------------ 13
776.2 RESPIRATORY   DISTRESS   SYNDROME                             M15         ---------        _-____-__ ,5
F 14        ------------------ 14
776.4         INTRAUTERINE   ANOXIA                                                           M ,--------        —        -----____ ,
F _        —        -.        —        —       —        —        —       —        —        —        --_        —        —        _-
776.9         ASPHYXIA   OF  NEWBORN   NOS                                               M 12         --------_----_-__- ,2
F 14       -----------       ------- 14
777 IMMATURITY.    UNQUALIFIED                                                      M33         —        -        —         -         —        -        —        —        —        —         -        —         ---___ 33
F 19        ------------------ 19
778 OTHER CONDITIONS OF FETUS OR NEWBORN     M 5-_------__---__--- 5
F ,__-----__--_-_____ ,
778.1 POSTMATURITY                                                                                M ,-_---_-__--_______ ,
778.2 HEMORRHAGIC  DISEASE OF  NEWBORN                          M 3--------        -        --.-..--_ 3
F ,__---_-___-__-_-__ ,
778.9         OTHER                                                                                                     M a_------        -        —        --------- a
F ____---_-___-__-__-_ -
TOTAL      OTHER (769-779)                       M 117   ------------------ 117
F 94   -   -   -------   --------- 94
TOTAL                             CERTAIN   CAUSES   OF   PERINATAL                 M 133         ------------------ ,33
MORTALITY    (760-779)                                          F 102         ------        —        -        —        -----_-__ 102
XVI.   SYMPTOMS   AND   ILL-DEFINED   CONDITIONS   (780-796)
SYMPTOMS  REFERABLE   TO SYSTEMS OR  ORG  ANS   (7BO-796)
782         SYMPTOMS   REFERABLE   TO  CARDIOVASCULAR   AND   M -         1         -        -        -         1        —        -        —       —        —        -        -        2         11-1         3 9
LYMPHATIC   SY5TEM                                                                           F _        —        -        —        ---        —        -        —        —        ----        —         -34 6
782.4 ACUTE  HEART   FAILURE.    NOS                                            M -1—        —        —         1        —        —        —        —       —        —        —         311          —         13 9
F ___---_-________         -'34 6
784 SYMPTOMS  REFERABLE  TO  UPPER                                     M ___---_--__--______
GASTROINTESTINAL   TRACT                                                         F ------------------1 1
784.5 HEMATEMESIS                                                                                   M -___--_--__---_-___ -
F _        —        _        —        —        -_        —        __—__-----, 1
785 SYMPTOMS REFERABLE TO ABDOMEN AND LOWER  M _-__--_---_-_-___-_ -
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT                      F -----------------   i_ ,
785.5   ABDOMINAL PAIN                             M —   —   —   —   —   —   —   —■—   —   —   -   —   —   —   —-   —   _
F _.--------_-_-_--_,- 1
TOTAL       SYMPTOMS REFERABLE TO SYSTEMS OR     M -,-   —   —   1   —   —   —   —   —   —   -211-12 9
ORGANS (780-789)                      F -----------   ------35 8
SENILITY  AND   ILL-DEFINED  OISEASES   (790-796)
792        UREMIA                                                                                            M _--------       —       ----,---, a
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
794 SENILITY   WITHOUT   PSYCHOSIS
795        SUDDEN  DEATH   (CAUSE  UNKNOWN)
796 OTHER    ILL-DEFINED   ANO   UNKNOWN   CAUSES
796.0        OTHER  ILL-DEFINED CONDITIONS
796.9 UNKNOWN   AND  UNSPECIFIED  CAU5ES
2        11-1
1 2 15
E      XVII.    ACCIDENTS.   POISONINGS.   AND  VIOLENCE   (E80O-E999)
RAILWAY   ACCIDENTS   (E800-E80T)
£800        COLLISION  WITH  ROLLING  STOCK
£800.0 RAILWAY   EMPLOYEE
E804 FALL   IN,  «N.   OR   FROM TRAIN
E804.0 RAILWAY  EMPLOYEE
E805 HIT   BY   ROLLING   STOCK
EB05.0 RAILWAY  EMPLOYEE
E605.2 PEDESTRIAN
E805.8 OTHER  SPECIFIED  PERSON
TOTAL RAILWAY   ACCIDENTS   (EBOO-E807)
MOTOR   VEHICLE   TRAFFIC  ACCIDENTS   (EB10-EB19)
EB10 COLLISION  MITH  TRAIN M
F -
EB10.0 DRIVER   OF   CAR.    TRUCK.    ETC. M
F -
E810.1    PASSENGER IN CAR. TRUCK. ETC. M
F    -
E812        COLLISION MITH OTHER MOTOR VEHICLE M -
EB12.0 DRIVER   OF   CAR.    TRUCK.    ETC.
M
F
i
M
F
i
M
F
i
M
F
1
M
F
"
-
*
-
1
1
a
-
-
1
1
i
-
i
1
-
-
-
-
9
M
F
-
"
-
-
-
-
t
-
-
1
1
i
4
M
F
-
-
•
-
1
i
i
4
1
M
F
1
M
F
-
-
-
-
1
t
_
-
-
1
a
i
i
i
'
-
-
-
-
11
1
EB12.1 PASSENGER    IN   CAR.   TRUCK,   ETC.
E8-2.2 MOTORCYCLIST
7 5
E812.3        PASSENGER  ON MOTORCYCLE
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
EB12.9   UNSPECIFIED PERSON
5        2-212
1111
12        3
E813 COLLISION  MITH  OTHER   VEHICLE
113 1
-        - 1 1
ES13.6 PEDAL  CYCLIST
-        1        3        1
E813.9        UNSPECIFIED  PERSON
M - 1
E814 COLLISION  WITH   PEDESTRIAN
7 18 8
3        3        5 3        8 6
3-9121 11-3
16 4 1
3        4 43
E814.7 PEDESTRIAN
7   16   8
-23538631   541
3-9131   11-3-1   16
3   4    43
E615 OTHER   COLLISION
—        1 1
E815.0 DRIVER   OF   CAR.    TRUCK.    ETC.
EB15.1 PASSENGER    IN   CAR.   TRUCK.   ETC.
E816        NONCOLLISION  DUE  TO  LOSS  OF CONTROL
EB16.0 DRIVER   OF   CAR,    TRUCK.    ETC.
3   -   -   126
E616.1   PASSENGER IN CAR. TRUCK. ETC.
E816.2   MOTORCYCLIST
M -       -
EB16.3        PASSENGER  ON MOTORCYCLE
E816.8 OTHER   SPECIFIED   PERSON
EB16.9 UNSPECIFIED   PERSON
EB17 NONCOLLISION.   BOARDING   OR   ALIGHTING
EB17.1        PASSENGER   IN  CAR.   TRUCK.  ETC.
E817.9 UNSPECIFIED   PERSON
£818        OTHER   NONCOLLISION
1        - 2
£818.1 PASSENGER    IN  CAR,   TRUCK.   ETC.
E818.9 UNSPECIFIED   PERSON
E8t9        UNSPECIFIED  NATURE
-        1        -
5        3       4       3       4        6        1
3-311-3
£819.0 DRIVER  OF   CAR,    TRUCK.    ETC.
- 1 1
1 - -    ,- 1 -
E819.1 PASSENGER   IN CAR.  TRUCK.   ETC.
11-11
-11--1--
EB19.2 MOTORCVCL1ST
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DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
EB19.9 UNSPECIFIED  PERSON M ----9B524146--3-
MOTOR  VEHICLE  NONTRAFFIC  ACCIDENTS   (E82Q-E823)
ES20 COLLISION   WITH MOVING OBJECT M
1 -        -
E820.0        DRIVER OF   CAR.   TRUCK.   ETC.
E820.7 PEDESTRIAN
£821 COLLISION   WITH  STATIONARY  OBJECT
E821.1 PASSENGER    IN  CAR.   TRUCK.   ETC.
E823 OTHER   ANO  UNSPECIFIED M ---_,,,
£823.2 MOTORCYCL1ST
EB23.9        UNSPECIFIED PERSON
TOTAL MOTOR   VEHICLE   MONTRAFFIC   ACCIDENTS M ---— ,3, —        -        —        ----,-, -_
(ES20-E823) F -       2-.--       -1        1        -       —       -       --------
* OTHER  ROAD VEHICLE  ACCIDENTS   (E825-E827)
EB2B        PEDAL   CYCLE   ACCIDENT
EB26.1 PEDAL CYCLIST
EB27        OTHER  NONMOTOR  ROAD VEHICLE  ACCIDENT
E827.B OTHER   SPECIFIED   PERSON
1        3
_--,      a--     —     --------     -
_--,      a     _-_-_-__--_-
WATER   TRANSPORT   ACCIDENTS    (EB30-EB38)
£830        ACCIDENT  TO   WATERCRAFT  WITH SUBMERSION        M --12243B4261141--
E830.0 OCCUPANT   OF   SMALL   BOAT
E830.1        OCCUPANT  OF  OTHER  WATERCRAFT.  CREW
E831 ACCIDENT  TO   WATERCRAFT   WITH OTHER   INJURY  M
£831.0 OCCUPANT   OF   SMALL  BOAT
E832 OTHER   ACCIDENTAL   SUBMERSION
-
-
«
2
2
3
2
5
4
2
3
-
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
3
27
3
1
1
1
3
1
3
10
3
3
1
-
-
-
a
-
a
2
2
4-
2
1
a
2
ao
1
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00      01      OS      10      15      20     25
LIST.                                          CAUSE
£832.0         OCCUPANT   OF   SMALL  BOAT                                                  M ----2-12231-3-----
F _        —        —       —        —        -        —       —        —       —       —        -        —        -_        —        --
E832.1          OCCUPANT.    WATER   CRAFT   - CRFW                                M ----------        1,-3----
F _--_--_-_-_-_-_-_-
E833.2        OCCUPANT.   WATER  CRAFT  - NON-CREW                  M __----,-----------
F ,______-__---_-_--
E832.9         UNSPECIFIED   PERSON                                                              M ---------        -1         —        --------
F _        —        _        —        --_—-—       —        —■-.-——-'-■■—.— -.—
E836         MACHINERY   ACCIDENT                                                                    K ------         t        -----------         -
F __-_-__          —         _---____--
EB36.1        OCCUPANT.   WATER  CRAFT  - CREW                             M ---       —       -,       —       —       —       —       —       -       —       -       —       ---
F ------------------
E837   EXPLOSION, FIRE. BURNING                    M _----_,-_,___-____
F _   —   _---_   —   -   —   _-____--
E837.1         OCCUPANT.    WATER   CRAFT   -  CREW                                M -        —        -        —        —        —        ,—        —       —        —        ---        —        —        --
F -        —        _        —         -         —        _        —        —        —        —         -        —         ._—_-
EB37.2   OCCUPANT. WATER CRAFT - NON-CREW        M _   —   —   —   —   —   —   —   —   ,   —   ---   —   —   —   -
F -..---.-----.--..-
E838   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED ACCIDENT             M ------3,   -.-,.,--.   -
-.         F --_------__,-.-_-_-
E838.1          OCCUPANT,    WATER   CRAFT   - CREW                                M -------        1—        —        —         ,-,-        —        -         -
F _-        —        —         --_        —        —        —        —         --         —        -—__
E838.2         OCCUPANT.    WATER   CRAFT   - NON-CREW                    M _--_.--,--__-_--__-
F _        —        -.--—       —        —        —        —        —        —        -        —        -■-——.--
EB3B.8        OTHER SPECIFIED  PERSON                                             M ------1        -----------
F _--.---        —        —        —        —,-----_
TOTAL                 WATER   TRANSPORT   ACCIDENTS                                    M -         -         1         2         4         5      10         96784471---
(EB30-EB3B)                                                                              F ,—-        —        -,        —        —         ,         —        —,--,         —         --
AIR AND   SPACE  TRANSPORT  ACCIDENTS   (ES40-E845)
EB41 POWERED AIRCRAFT.    OTHER   AND  NOS M
F
EB41.2         OCCUPANT   OF   COMMERCIAL  AIRCRAFT.   CREW     M -----a51---1
F -        —        —       —        --       —        —        —       —       —        —
E841.3        OTHER  OCCUPANT   OF COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT     M ------1-1122
F --_--,,--_--
E841.4   OCCUPANT OF AIRCRAFT. OTHER AND NOS    M -
F -
E842         UNPOWERED   AIRCRAFT                                                                    M --.       -        -         2         2        1         —         1
F ___----        —        _
E842.4         OCCUPANT   OF  AIRCRAFT.    OTHER   AND NOS           M ----2         11—        -
F ___--         —        -        —        —
EB42.8        OTHER  SPECIFIED  PERSON                                            M ---.----,
F --_■■------
EB42.B         UNSPECIFIED   PERSON                                                              M -----,_        —        -
F _________
EB44         OTHER   SPECIFIED   ACCIDENT                                                  M ___-----,
F _-_---_        —        -
EB44.B        OTHER  SPECIFIED   PERSON                                             M ---.----,
F __-____-_
TOTAL      AIR AND SPACE ACCIDENTS (E840-EB45)  M
F
ACCIDENTAL POISONING BY DRUGS AND MEDICAMENTS (EBS0-ES59)
 __-__-=_l_3-B_-_-H____B___M__BMa-«-H
DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
ESSO        ANTIBIOTICS   AND OTHER ANT I-INFECTIVES M
F
E850.5 SULFONAMIDES M
F
EB50.9 OTHER  ANTI-INFESTIVES M
F
E853   ANALGESICS AND ANTIPYRETICS M
F
Ee53.0        OPIATES AH- S'NIHETIC  ANALOGUES M
F
ES53.1 SALICYLATES   AND
E8S3.9 OTHER
EB54        OTHER   SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS
EB54.D        BARBITURATES
E854.9        OTHER                                                                                          M ----------,        -i        ------- 3
F ---_-----,--------- ,
EB55   NERVOUS SYSTEM. PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC        M -,-_--_,----_-_-___ 3
F ------_-_,,---,---_ 3
£855.0        ANT IOEPRE SS ANTS                                                                M -,-_--_-_-_---_-_-- ,
F _--------,_------__ ,
EB55.1          TRANQUILIZERS                                                                             M -----------     .1—        —        --------- ,
F ---_----------,---- ,
E8S5.2 OTHER   PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC  AGENTS M -__-_---_        —        _-_-___-_
F ---_...---,---.-... ,
EB56   OTHER NERVOUS DEPRESSANTS AND STIMULANTS M ---_,---__----__-__ ,
F -_-__--,___-_-_-_-- ,
EB56.2         ANESTHETIC   GASES                                                                    M _--_--_--        —        --------_ -
F -_-__-_,-_.____-_--_ ,
E856.9        OTHER  AND  UNSPECIFIED                                                M -        -        -       -        1        ----.-.--.._.. ,
F _______--_-_--_____ _
E859         DRUGS   AND MEDICAMENTS.   OTHER   AND  NOS               M -----43,-.-----.--- 7
F _----33-,3,-a--,--_ ,3
E859.7        OTHER MEDICAMENTS  FOR   EXTERNAL USE M _-------__--_-__-__
F -_----_        —        _,,-_-_--_- a
EB59.8         OTHER   SPECIFIED   DRUG                                                        M ___--_-,----------- ,
F ------3        —        -        ,         —        -_----.-- 3
E859.9        DRUGS.   UNSPECIFIED
11-
ACCIOENTAL   POISONING  BY   OTHER   SOLID   AND LIQUID  SUBSTANCES   (E860-E869)
EB60         ALCOHOL                                                                                                      M -        -        -    .   -
F -        —       —
E865   PESTICIDES. FERTILIZERS OR PLANT FOODS   M ---------__-_i-,_-_      a
F -,_--_---__-_-_--__      ,
E869        OTHER  AND UNSPECIFIED  SOLID ANO  LIQUID       M ----43236213611----          32
SUBSTANCES                                                                                   F ----111224412513--1           28
TOTAL                  ACCIDENTAL  POISONING  BY  OTHER  SOLID     M ----4         343666         9      16      10         64---            81
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00  01  OS  10  15  20  25  30  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80 85+ TOTAL
LIST.                 C  A  U  5  E                     -01 -04 -09 -14 -19 -24 -29 -34 -39 -44 -49 -54 -59 -64 -69 -74 -79 -84
AND LIQUID SUBSTANCES (ES60-EB69)    F -1--122435625824--1 46
ACCIDENTAL POISONING 6V GASES AND VAPORS (E870-EB77)
E873   MOTOR VEHICLE EXHAUST GAS                   M —  ' —   -   —   -12--1   —   2   —   ------ 5
F ____--_-__-________ _
E874         CARBON   MONOXIDE.    DOMESTIC   FUEL                                M ----21--2        —        -1---1--- 7
EB76        OTHER  GASES   AND VAPORS                                                  M ___---_3--_---,_-__ 3
F -------------------
TOTAL                 ACCIDENTAL   POISONING  BY   GASES   AND           M ---        —        2         2        2         2         2         1-         3        —        -,,--- ,S
VAPORS   (EB70-E877)                                                   F ---_----,_--_-___-_ ,
ACCIDENTAL  FALLS   (E880-EB87)
E680        ON  OR   FROM  STAIRS  OR  STEPS    -                                 M-----1--1-424-S2232 26
F —        —         ,         —        -        —        -        —        —        —        —        _        —        a,         1          146 16
EBB1        ON OR   FROM   LADDERS OR SCAFFOLDING                    M ------l---,-ia--1-- 8
F ------------_,-----_ ,
E882   FROM BUILDING OR OTHER STRUCTURE          M ------,   a-   —   1-1-3---- a
f -------      1      ------,_--_ a
£884        OTHER.   FROM  ONE  LEVEL  TO  ANOTHER                       M --1-14--211        23311         317 31
F ---,-----__-,,-,        -39 16
£885         ON   SAME   LEVEL   FROM  SLIPPING OR   STUMBLING  M ------1—        .        —        --,-.,          125 11
F _-----_-_______,         -37 11
E887        OTHER  AND UNSPECIFIED  FALL                                       M 1         1         11        1         -34246        23        669        6     17     27 100
F ---------       -3        -4        4        3       6        8     16     51 96
TOTAL               ACCIDENTAL  FALLS   (EB80-E8B7)                        M 1         1        2        1        2        5       6        6        5       5     13        6     13     11      15     13      13     23     41 182
F -       —        1        1        -       -       -        1       —       -       a       -       5        8       5     11        9     26     73 142
ACCIDENTS  CAUSED  BY   FIRES   AND   FLAMES(E890-E899)
E890          IN   PRIVATE   DWELLING                                                                 M 1          5         -         1          1          4153361          1331          132 44
F 2311441-1-113111--- 25
E891   IN OTHER BUILDING OR STRUCTURE           M -----121-11-2-----1 9
F -_---,------,-----.- 2
£893   IGNITION OF CLOTHING                      M -------------   1,---. 3
F --1------111--11--1 7
EB94   IGNITION OF HIGHLY INFLAMMABLE MATERIAL  M _—.   —   —   —   ——   —   —   —   —   _   —   —   —   —   a-- 2
F ____--_   —   _-_-_-_   —   -__ -
£695         CONTROLLED   FIRE   IN   PRIVATE  DWELLING                 M ----------        ---1-—         --- 1
F -___--_         —        —        —        —         -_--        —         -__ -
EB9B        OTHER   SPECIFIED  FIRES OR  FLAMES                          M ----,311-       —       11-1----- 9
F ------I-I        ---11        11-1- 7
EB99         UNSPECIFIED   FIRE                                                                          M ___        —         --_         —        —        —        —         ---_—___ -
F ___,           --________--___ ,
TOTAL                ACCIDENTS  CAUSED  BY   FIRES   AND  FLAMES  M 15-12B4733B23641333 67
(E890-EB99)                                                                      F 2322452        —       21225233-11 43
ACCIDENTS DUE   TO NATURAL  AND  ENVIRONMENTAL  FACTORS   (E900-E909)
E901         EXCESSIVE COLO                                                                       M —       —       —       —■       a--       —       314        1-23—        1—       - 16
F --.---,--       —       -a-        ------ 3
E902         HIGH   ANO   LOW   PRESSURE                                                           M ____--,—_        —        _-_-_--_- 1
F ___---_-___---__-__ -
E904   HUNGER. THIRST, EXPOSURE AND NEGLECT     M _-_------,--------- 1
F _-----_-_-_--,-_--- 1
E906   OTHER ACCIDENTS CAUSED BY ANIMALS         M 1   --------•,-   -------, 3
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
E909 OTHER   NATURAL   ANO   ENVIRONMENTAL  FACTORS      M
OTHER ACCIDENTS  (E910-E929)
E910 DROWNING   AND   SUBMERSION M
F
E910.0 IN   RECREATIONAL   ACTIVITIES M
F
E91Q.9       OTHER  AND  UNSPECIFIED tt
F
E911   INHALATION AND INGESTION OF FOOD M
F
E912   INHALATION AND INGESTION OF OTHER OBJECT M
F
E913 ACCIDENTAL   MECHANICAL  SUFFOCATION M
5 111
1111
-       2 14
11111
E913.0        IN   BED OR  CRADLE
E913.9        OTHER  AND  UNSPECIFIED
E915 FOREIGN BQpY.  OTHER ORIFICE
E916 STRUCK  BY FALLING  OBJECT
E917 STRIKING  AGAINST   OR   STRUCK   BY   OBJECT
E918 CAUGHT   IN OM  BETWEEN OBJECTS
t
E919 OVER—EXERTION   AND   STRENOUS -BVE--ENTS
E920 CUTTING OR   PIERCING  INSTRUMENTS
£920.0        POWERED HAND TOOLS
E920.8 OTHER
E920.9        UNSPECIFIED
E922 FIREARM MISSILES
E922.0        ACCIDENTALLY  SELF-INFLICTED
E922.9 OTHER  AND   UNSPECIFIED
-1        3       6        5        2        1        1        3       -
F -        1        1
-        2        -       3
-     a     i      3     i      i
15311324-3-1--
M -        1
E923        EXPLOSIVE  MATERIAL
E923.2 EXPLOSIVE   GASES
E924 HOT   SUBSTANCE.   CORROSIVE   LIQUID.   STEAM        M
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
£925 ELECTRIC  CURRENT
£925.8 OTHER
£927   VEHICLE ACCIDENTS NEC
11-
4   1
3   11-
E92B   MACHINERY ACCIDENTS NEC
E929   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED
-   -   -   1   1    1
TOTAL
OTHER ACCIDENTS (E910-E929)
F    6  11
SURGICAL AND MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS AND MISADVENTURES (E930-E936)
E93I   THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES. OTHER AND NOS    M    ,--_--
E931.9   UNSPECIFIED
SURGICAL AND MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS   M
AND  MISADVENTURES (E930-E936)        F
LATE EFFECTS OF ACCIDENTAL INJURY (E940-E949)
£940   MOTOR VEHICLE M    —
E941   OTHER TRANSPORT
E943   FALL
E946   OTHER
E94B   LATE EFFECT OF IRRADIATION
E949   OTHER SURGICAL AND  MEDICAL PROCEDURES   M
1   -   -   1
SUICIDE   AND  SELF-INFLICTED   INJURY   (E950-E959)
E950        SOLID  OR  LIQUID  SUBSTANCES M
F
E950.0   BARBITURIC ACID AND DERIVATIVES        M    -
F    -
E950.1   SALICYLATES AND CONGENERS M
F     -
E950.2        PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC AGENTS M
F
ESSO.3   OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED DRUGS H
F
E950.6 LYE   AND   POTASH M
11        —
E950.9 OTHER  ANO   UNSPECIFIED
-        - 1 1
1 - -
E952        OTHER  GASE5
6        3        1-
1        -        1        —        1        -
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
F _-_-__,,__,-,-__-
£952.0       MOTOR VEHICLE  EXHAUST  GAS M -       —       -       —       —       -       6       S        1       —       43--1-1
E952.1 OTHER   CARBON  MONOXIDE M ----------       --i -        -        -        -
F —        —        —        —        —        —        —        —        —        —        j—        — -        —        — .
E954   SUBMERSION (DROWNING) M -   -
F -    -
E955   FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES M -   -
F -   -
E956   CUTTING AND PIERCING INSTRUMENTS M -----,-  —   -  —   ,--,-_
F -------11-12-1-1
E957   JUMPING FROM HIGH PLACES M -   -
F -   -
E95B OTHER   AND  UNSPECIFIED MEANS M -        -
HOMICIDE   AND   INJURY   PURPOSELY   INFLICTED BY   OTHER   PERSONS   (E960-E969)
E960        FIGHT,   8RAML.   RAPE                                                            M ---_,        -.-._,         i        -----       .
F ---_,,_--_--_--_-_
E961   CORROSIVES. EXCEPT POISONING               M —   -   —   --   —   -   —   —   —   —   ---,   —   -.-
F -    —    -   —    —    -   —   —   —   —   —    ----   —    —    _
E963   HANGING AND STRANGULATION                 M —   —   -   —   —   -a   —   —  —'—   -----   --
F .........    .-\    ......    .
E964   SUBMERSION (DROWNING)                        M —   —   —   —--,—   —   —   —   -   —   —   _   —   —   —
F ----,,-    —    —   —   --,.-   —    -_
E965        FIREARMS  AND  EXPLOSIVES                                               M --.--572-1        12-2----
F -----4112-1          I        -        -        -       —         I         -
E966   CUTTING AND PIERCING INSTRUMENTS          M ----341-13---!   12--
f ---a-3--i---i-----
E968         OTHER   AND  UNSPECIFIED MEANS                                         M -        -        -
LEGAL  INTERVENTION   (E970-E978)
E970        FIREARMS                                                                                       M -----a-------
F -------        t-----
TOTAL      LEGAL INTERVENTION (E970-E978)       M -----a_-___-_
F _------,__--_
INJURY UNDETERMINED WHETHER ACCIDENTALLY OR PURPOSELY INFLICTED (E960-EB69)
E980   POISONING BY SOLID OR LIQUID SUBSTANCES  M
F
E980-0         BARBITURIC   ACID   AND  DERIVATIVES                       M ---.------.-,
F -------------
E980.1        SALICYLATES  AND  CONGENERS                                    M -------------
F __-___---_--_
E980.3       OTHER  ANO   UNSPECIFIED  DRUGS M
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
OTHER  ANO   UNSPECIFIED
POISONING  BY  OTHER GASES
M -       -
1       -       -
E9B4        SUBMERSION   (DROWNING)
FIREARMS  AND   EXPLOSIVES
E988        OTHER   AND UNSPECIFIED MEANS
LATE   EFFECT
---1--11—       —       --------- 3
_-_---_-_,_____--__ ,
-------22       —        1-1-11 1-- 9
-------------1--1-- 2
INJURY   RESULTING  FROM OPERATIONS OF  MAR   (E990-E999)
LATE   EFFECT M - -
TOTAL   ALL  CAUSES
M 295 59 5B 38 233 294 202 168 1B2 233 377 524 760105313611327127012031807*11345
F 229 56 25 33 90 83 65 72 96 148 209 288 418 575 666 795 95311251880 7806
T      524   115      83     71    323  377  367   240  278 3B1   586  8121178162619272122222323388687*19151
N     XVII.   ACCIDENTS.   POISONINGS,   AND VIOLENCE   (N8O0-N999)
FRACTURES  OF   SKULL.    SPINE.   ANO   TRUNK   (NB0O-N8O9)
FRACTURE  OF   VAULT   DF   SKULL M -        — 1 -        -
N800.0        CLOSED
FRACTURE  OF   BASE   OF  SKULL
- - 1
FRACTURE   OF    FACE   BONES
N802.0 NASAL  BONES,   CLOSED
MANOIBLF,    OPEN
N802.4 OTHER,   CLOSED
OTHER   AND   UNQUALIFIED   SKULL  FRACTURES
N803.D        CLOSED
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00      01      05      IO      15      20     25
LIST.                                      CAUSE
N804.0 CLOSED
NB04.1        OPEN M---a-3-l-l---1-
F ----1-       ---------
NB05        FRACTURE SPINE  WITHOUT  CORD LESION M -11-2        72        1-
F .--.-,--_
NB05.0        CERVICAL.   CLOSEO M -1        --2        72        1—       —       22-2-       —        -1- 20
F ----------._--_-        t        -;---■- 1
N805.1        CERVICAL.   C^En m --!-----------_-_-_ ,
f -----,-.----—,--_--- a
N805.2 DORSAL   AND   LUMBAR.   CLOSED M ---------        —        ---,.--,- 3
F _-----___-___-_-__, ,
N805.6        UNSPECIFIED,   CLOSEO M --------_-_-------, ,
F ------_-_---_-----, ,
NB06        FRACTURE SPINE MITH CORD LESION M --1-3141-1-111111-- 17
F ------,----,,,-__.. 4
N606.0        CERVICAL,   CLOSED M --1-3141
F ------,.
NS06.1 CERVICAL,    OPEN M --------
F ---_-__        —
NB06.9     LATE  EFFECT,   ANY   VERTEBRA M ---------
F -        —        ---__        —
NB07 FRACTURE  OF   RIB(S).   STERNUM.    LARYNX M ---.. --,
~-% f --------
N807.0 RIB(S),   CLOSEO M ---_-_-,
,_•' F ■—        —        -—■-        —        —-       —
N80B        FRACTURE OF   PELVIS M ---_-,--
F -_-_,_--
NBOB.O CLOSED M _-__-,_-
F --_-,__-
N809        MULTIPLE  FRACTURES OF  TRUNK
N809.0 CLOSED
TOTAL FRACTURE OF  SKULL.   SPINE.   AND TRUNK     H 3        7     10       7     57     67     46      18     22     13     25      19     15      14     11        9        9        9       4        364
(N800-N809) F 1634266     11        44335597*569        128
FRACTURE OF  UPPER  LIMB  (NR10-N819)
N612 FRACTURE  OF   HUMERUS M _-__-__--        —        _--------
F _--_.-_-__.---.---, 1
N812.3   SHAFT OR UNSPECIFIED PART. CLOSED       M __-_-__-___--------
F -.._..-...— _-   —   -;----  ------   --1      ,
TOTAL       FRACTURE OF UPPER LIMB (N810-N819)   M -_-_-_--_-_-_--_--_
F _.-..._---.   -------   1      ,
FRACTURE   OF   LOWER   LIMB   (NB20-N829)
N820        FRACTURE OF   NECK  OF  FEMUR
NB20.2 INTERTROCHANTERIC  SECTION.    CLOSED
NB20.4 OTHER   AND   UNSPECIFIED   PART.    CLOSED
NB20.9        LATE  EFFECT.   ANY  PART
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT. 00     01      OS     10      15     20     25
LIST. CAUSE
F
N821    FRACTURE OF FEMUR. PARTS OTHER AND NOS   M
F
N821.0 SHAFT  OR   UNSPECIFIED   PART.    CLOSED M
F
N821.2         LOWER   END,   CLOSED                                                                 M ---_-----        —        _--_--___ -
F ---_-----_-_______, ,
N821.9 LATE   EFFECT.   EITHER   PART M ------_--        —        ----_---_
F _--------_-----_--, ,
NB22   FRACTURE OF PATELLA                      M ---  —  —  -  —  —  —  —  —  ----  —  -__ _
F ---_-_------,_____- ,
N822.0        CLOSED M -------------------
F ------------,------ ,
N623         FRACTURE  OF   TIBIA   AND   FIBULA                                      M ---.--.        —         ,,----.---_ a
F -------        —        -        —        --_-____- -
N823.B   UPPER END DR UNSPECIFIED PART. CLOSED  M _--_----,,_-_--____ 3
F ---_-_-   —   -   —   _-__-   —   __- -
N824         FRACTURE  OF   ANKLE                                                                      M ------_        —        -        —        _------__ -
F ---_------_-_-__-_, ,
NB24.0 CLOSED M -        —        -------       —        ---        —        -__-_
F --------------_-__, ,
N827        OTHER  AND MULTIPLE.   LOWER  LIMB                             M ------,----------__ ,
F ------.---.-.--.---
NB27.0         CLOSEO                                                                                                  M —        —        —        —        —         -,         —        -        —        —         -        —         -_        —         --- ,
F ---_---___--_______
NB2B        MULTIPLES:    LOWER.   UPPER.   RIBS.   STERNUM       M —       --|        -----a--1        ----'-       1 5
F ---a---       —       1—       —       -1-1        —        123 11
N82B.O         CLOSED                                                                                                  M ---f.        ..-.-£       —         -,-___-, 5
F -        -_a-        ---!---,-,        —         133 11
NB29   FRACTURE OF UNSPECIFIED BONES            M ---  —  —--,--_,   a   -.--.—..-— - -  -- 4
F -,--t11-----------1 5
N829.0        CLOSED                                                                                       M -       —       —      —       —       -       —        ,        —       —       _,,_'.— ~ "— ..  — ■     — 3
F -,---,,---_------_, 4
N829.1         OPEN                                                                                                        M ----..-        —        -        —        -.,---.__ ,
F ---_,______-_-_____ ,
TOTAL               FRACTURE OF  LOWER  LIMB  (N820-N629)        M ---1        --11        13-15-359     14     33 77
F -1-2111-1---3-387     2157 106
DISLOCATION  WITHOUT   FRACTURE   (N830-NB39)
N839         OTHER.   MULTIPLE.    AND   ILL-DEFINED                          M -         —        ---,-        —        -,         —        -_-.,        —         -.,- 4
F -t         ------        ------------ 1
N839-0         CERVICAL   VERTEBRA.   SIMPLE                                         M -----,---,_--_-_-,- 3
F -1        ----------------- ,
N839.5         OTHER   LOCATION.    SIMPLE                                                  M _---_____-___-,_-__ ,
F —          —         —         —          —          —        —         —         —         —         —         —         —          —         —         —          —          —         — _
RACTURE                          M -        —        -        —        -,        —        —       —        ,         —        .        —        -,         —         -,-. 4
F -1        ------       —      _--_-_---_ ,
SPRAINS AND STRAINS OF JOINTS AND ADJACENT MUSCLES (N84D-N848)
N844   KNEE ANO LEG                                 M _----__-___-_-----, ,
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
INTRACRANIAL   INJURY   (EXCLUDING  THOSE  WITH SKULL  FRACTURE)   (N850-N8S4)
NB50 CONCUSSION
NB50.D        CURRENT  OR  UNSPECIFIED
N851 CEREBRAL   LACERATION  ANO   CONTUSION
NB51.0 WITHOUT   OPEN   INTRACRANIAL  WOUND
N851.1 WITH  OPEN    INTRACRANIAL  WOUND
N852        SUBARACHNOID,   SUBDURAL  HEM-ORHAGE
NB52.0 WITHOUT  OPEN   INTRACRANIAL WOUND
111
NB52.1 MITH  OPEN    INTRACRANIAL  WOUND M
F
NB52.9 LATE   EFFECT M
F
N8S3   INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE, OTHER AND NOS   M
F
NB53.0        WITHOUT OPEN  INTRACRANIAL MOUND M
-       \ F
N853.1 WITH   OPEN    INTRACRANIAL  WOUND M
F
N854   INTRACRANIAL INJURY. OTHER AMD MOS        M
F
NB54.0 WITHOUT   OPEN   INTRACRANIAL  MOUND M
F
NB54.1 WITH  OPEN    INTRACRANIAL  HOUND M
F
N854.B LATE   EFFECT M
13        1
12        2        1        —        -
13        1
112        1
---85814-3121-1 a-1
111211112111---1 1-
INTERNAL   INJURY   OF   CHEST.    ABDOMEN,   AND   PELVIS   (NB60-N869)
TRAUMATIC   PNEUMOTHORAX   AND HEMOTHORAX
N8E0.0 WITHOUT   OPEN  WOUND
NB60.1 WITH  OPEN   WOUND
_   _   -   :   7
2
1
2
~
1
~
a
■"
:
i
i
~
i
2
1
a
1
2
-
i
i
NB61 INJURY   TO HEART   AND   LUNG
N861.0 HEART  WITHOUT  OPEN  WOUND
- 5 6        3 2
1        2 13
HEART  WITH OPEN   WOUND
LUNG WITHOUT   OPEN  HOUND
115        1
11-
N861.3 LUNG  WITH   OPEN   WOUND
-        -        - 1 11
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
N862 INTRATHORACIC   INJURY.   OTHER   AND  NOS
N862.0 WITHOUT   OPEN  WOUND
N862.1 WITH  OPEN   WOUND
NB62.9 LATE   EFFECT
NBG3 INJURY   TO  CASTRO-INTESTINAL  TRACT
N863.0 WITHOUT  OPEN  WOUND
N863.1 WITH   OPEN   WOUND
NB64        INJURY  TO  LIVER
N864.0 WITHOUT  OPEN   WOUND
N665 INJURY   TO  SPLEEN
-        -        - 1 3        1
-     i      3     i      -     a
N86S.0        WITHOUT  OPEN WOUND
N866 INJURY   TO   KIDNEY
N866.0        WITHOUT  OPEN WOUND
NB67 INJURY   TO   PELVIC   ORGANS
N867.0 WITHOUT   OPEN   WOUND
NB67.1 WITH  OPEN   WOUND
N866        INTRA-ABDOMINAL  INJURY.   OTHER   AND NOS
NB6B.0        WITHOUT  OPEN WOUND
H868.1 WITH   OPEN   WOUND
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
-
-
-
-
3
4
1
2
2
a
-
1
1
3
-
*
"
"
20
1
-
-
-
-
3
3
-
1
1
i
-
1
1
3
-
-
-
-
12
1
-
-
-
-
1
2
1
1
1
2
8
NB69.0 WITHOUT   OPEN  WOUND
N869.1 WITH   OPEN   WOUND
11-2311-1-11
TOTAL                  INTERNAL   INJURY  OF   CHEST.    ABDOMEN. M 1          3         2         2      59      71,    36      29     23     25     27      19      18      11       15        6         4         7        3 363
AND  PELVIS   (NB60-N869) F -1         13      12      14     10        675459564434 105
LACERATION   AND  OPEN   WOUND   OF  HEAD. NECK AND   TRUNK    (N870-N879)
N873         LACERATION   OF   HEAD.   OTHER   AND   NOS M ------,—-        —        —        —        ---        —        —        —        _ a
NB73.7        OTHER  FACE WITHOUT COMPLICATION
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
NB74        OPEN  WOUND  OF NECK
N874.0 WITHOUT   COMPLICATION
N875 OPEN   WOUND   OF   CHEST   (WALL)
NB75.1 COMPLICATED
NB76 OPEN   WOUND   OF   BACK
N876.0 WITHOUT  COMPLICATION
NB79 OTHER.   MULTIPLE.   NOS:   HEAD.   NECK.   TRUNK      M
NB79.0        OTHER.   TRUNK.   WITHOUT  COMPLICATION
- —   ---3,   —   ,—  —   -—   ,,,--- 7
------..   3--a---,-.- e
— -   —  —   —   3   1   —   ,   —  —   -.-   ,,,--- 7
----.----  a--   3-   --,--. «
.   —   -,-.--.----.--.-- 1
_-_,   --_  —  -_--"------— ,
-■—_—  —   —-——-—  —  —  ■—-■—   t—  —  ■—   —  ■■— 1
----------   7   — .-—-—   —  —   -■—-—---  — ,
----1   -------------- ,
LACERATION AND OPEN WOUND OP UPPER LIMB (NBSO-NBB7)
N8S1   ELBOW, FOREARM, AND WRIST M
F - - -
NBB1.0         WITHOOT   COMPLICATION                                                         M - - -
F - - -
N8S1.1         COMPLICATED                                                                                   M - - -
F - - -
NB84        UPPER   LIMB.   MULTIPLE  AND NOS                                  M - - -
N8B4.0 WITHOUT   COMPLICATION
LACERATION   AND  OPEN   WOUND   OF   LOWER   LIMB   (N890-N897)
NS97 TRAUMATIC   AMPUTATION  OF   LEG(S) M -        —        -
F - _ -
N897.0        MITHOUT COMPLICATION M -       -       -
LACERATION  AND  OPEN  MOUND  OF MULTIPLE   LOCATION   (N90O-N907)
N902        UPPER  WITH   LOWER   LIM*.*!
N902.0 MITHOUT   COMPLICATION
N905        TRUNK  MITH   LIMB(S)
1.905.0        MITHOUT  COMPLICATION
N907 OTHER   AND  UNSPECIFIED   LOCATION
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
N907.0   WITHOUT COMPLICATION
F -----_,,_-,-_
WOUND OF          M ----1212-221-
F --_-__,,--,-_,-___
CONTUSION AND CRUSHING WITH INTACT SKIN SURFACE (N920-N929)
N920   FACE, SCALP. AND NECK. EXCEPT EYE(S)     M ------------------
F -  —  -  —  —  --  —  —  —  —  -  —  --—--
N920.0         CURRENT   INJURY                                                                          M ----___-__-_---___
F ------_       —       -       —       ----_-__
N923         TRUNK                                                                                                          M ------_--__-_--___
F -        —        -       —        ---        —        —        —        —        --_-        —        —        _
N922.0 CURRENT   INJURY M-.        ------        ----------
N927 HIP.   THIGH.    LEG.    AND   ANKLE
N927.0 CURRENT   INJURY
EFFECTS   OF   FOREIGN   BODY   ENTERING  THROUGH ORIFICE   (N930-N939)
N933         PHARYNX   AND   LARYNX                                                                    M 7         1         —        -      '—
f 5     -     _     a     -
N934   BRONCHUS AND LUNG                           M -   —   -   —   —   ,   —   —   —   —   —   -   —   -_.-__     ,
TOTAL      EFFECTS OF FOREIGN BODY, ENTERING    M 7   1---41---113132---    23
THROUGH ORIFICE (N930-N939)           F 5--a~---1   —   21------2    13
BURN (N940-N949)
N946   FACE. HEAD. NECK. WITH LIMBS              M _-_--_---__-_---__-
F _-_--_-_-------,-_-     i
N946.3         THIRD  DEGREE.   WITHOUT   COMPLICATION              M _------_-__-__--___              _
F _-_--_-___--_-_,---               ,
N948 FACE.    HEAD.    NECK.    WITH   TRUNK
N948.0         UNSPECIFIED.   WITHOUT   COMPLICATION                 M ------_        —        -        —        —        -_-_-_
F -----------------
N948.2         SECOND  DECREE.   WITHOUT   COMPLICATION           M ---        —         ---        —        —        —        _-_--        —         -
N94B.3         THIRD  DEGREE.   MITHOUT   COMPLICATION              M -11-23432222-21--
N94B.9        LATE  EFFECT
N949 OTHER   AND   UNSPECIFIED   PARTS
N949.0 UNSPECIFIED.   WITHOUT   COMPLICATION
N949.2         SECOND  DEGREE.   WITHOUT   COMPLICATION           M -_-__-__-____
F ______--_-___
N949.3         THIRD  DEGREE.   MITHOUT   COMPLICATION              M ---        —        --,■,—       —        3,,
F __---,_--,__-
N949.8         COMPLICATED                                                                                   M --,----        —        -        —        __-
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
TOTAL BURN   (N940-N949)
INJURY   TO  NERVES   AND   SPINAL  CORD   (N950-N959)
N958 SPINAL  CORD   WITHOUT   SPINAL  BONE   INJURY M -
N958.0        CERVICAL,   WITHOUT  OPEN WOUND
N958.6 UNSPECIFIED.   WITHOUT   OPEN  WOUND
N95B.9 LATE   EFFECT.   ANY   PART
ADVERSE   EFFECT  OF MEDICAL   AGENTS   (N960-N979)
N961        OTHER  ANTI-INFECTIVES M
N961.O SULFONAMIDE5
N961.9 OTHER
M
F
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
a
i
i
i
1        4
1
-
1
-
-
-
2
13
M
F
M
F
;
1
3
N962        HORMONES  AND SYNTHETIC  SUBSTITUTES
N962.3 INSULINS   AND ANTIDIABETIC  AGENTS
N965        ANALGESICS  AND ANTIPYRETICS
N965.0 OPIATES   AND  SYNTHETIC   ANALOGUES
N965.1 SALICYLATES   AND   CONGENERS
N965.3 CINCHOPHEN   AND   CONGENERS
N965.9 OTHER   ANALGESICS   AND   ANTIPYRETICS
N967        OTHER   SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS
N9G7.0 BARBITURATES M -        —        -
F — — —
N967.1 CHLORAL HYDRATE M - -        -
F - -        -
N967.9   OTHER SEDATIVES AND HYPNOTICS M    -   —  -
F    —  —  -
N968   OTHER CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSANT  M    _   —   -   —   —   --   —   —   —   —   -_--_-
F    -   —   — ■  —   -   -   —   , - —   —   —   -   — -   —   —   —
N96S.1 ANESTHETIC   GASES M -----------------
F ------_,-_----.--
N970 PSYCHOTHERAPEUTICS M _,---,_,-_,------
F ---__,       --,,,---i_-
N970.0        ANTIDEPRESSANTS M _,---,--_       —       ,-_--_-
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
LIST. CAUSE
N970.1 TRANQUILIZERS
N970.9 OTHER
N973 AFFECTING  CARDIOVASCULAR   SYSTE1
N973.0 CARDIAC  DEPRESSANTS
N973.9 OTHER
N977 OTHER   AND   UNSPECIFIED  DRUGS
N977.0 EXTERNAL  MEDICAMENTS  NEC
N977.8 OTHER SPECIFIED  DRUGS  NEC
N977.9 DRUGS NOS
N978 MEDICINAL   AGENTS.    SPECIFIED COMBINATIONS   M
F
N97B.0        OPIUM.   BARBITURATES.   TRANQUILIZERS M
1        -       -        1
N978.2 BARBITURATES,   SALICYLATES
N97B.4        PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGICS,   BARBITURATES
N979 ALCOHOL.   SPECIFIED  MEDICAL  AGENTS
N979.0        MITH OPIUM  DERIVATIVES
113-1-1--
N979.1   WITH BARBITURATES
N979.2   WITH NON-BARBITURATE SEDATIVES
111
111
N979.4 WITH   PsVCrlC^HARL-ACOUlGIC   AGENTS
TOXIC   EFFECT   OF  CHIEFLY  NONMEDICINAL   SUBSTANCES   (N9B0-N9B9)
N9BO ALCOHOL M — — —        — —
14-
N980.0 ETHYL
N9B0.1 METHYL
N980.2        ISOPROPYL
N980.9 OTHER
N982 INDUSTRIAL   SOLVENTS
N982.9        OTHER
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
INT.
LIST.                                           CAUSE
F
00
-01
01      05
-04 -09
10
-14
15
-19
20     25
-24 -29
30      35
-34 -39
40      45      SO     55
-44 -49 -54 -59
60
-64
65     70
-69 -74
75
-79
80
-84
85+
TOTAL
N9B3        CORROSIVE  AROMATICS AND  ACIDS
M
F
1
N9S3.2         CAUSTIC   ALKALIS
M
F
1
N9S6        CARBON MONOXIDE
M
F
1
1
2
1
5
3
7     10
1        3
5      '6
1        1
3        7        6        1
-        1        -       4
3
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
66
20
N987        OTHER  GASES,   FUMES.  OR  VAPORS
M
F
2
3
1         1
1
1
1
1        1
5
1        3        -        1
-
2
-
2
1
"
21
IO
N987.9         OTHER
M
F
3
3
1         1
1
1
1
1        1
5       -
13-1
-
a
-
a
1
-
21
10
N989         OTHER
M
F
3
1        -
z
1
1
1        1
1        3
1        3
—        1          -        4
3
-
1
"-
-
-
15
7
N989.0        CYANIDE
M
F
1
N989.3        OTHER  PESTICIDES
M
F
-
2
1
N989.9        OTHER •
M
F
-
-        "
-
1
1
1        1
1         2
1        3
—        1          -        4
1
-
-
-
"
-
12
6
TOTAL                 TOXIC  EFFECT   OF   CHIEFLY NOl-MEDICINAL
SUBSTANCES   (N980-N989)
M
F
i
2
4
4         1
1
2
7
5
9     15
5        3
11      11
4        6
9     18     14     17
a       3       1       7
12
3
11
3
6
2
3
1
2
1
152
54
OTHER   ADVERSE   EFFECTS   (N990-M999)
N990         EFFECTS OF T-ADIATION
M
F
1
N990.6        RADIOTHERAPY.   OTHER  AMD NOS
M
F
1
N991         REDUCED TEMPERATURE
M
F
-
-        *
"
2
-        2
14           1-
2
3
"
"1
-
-
16
4
N991.9        OTHER
M
F
-
-        *
-
2
2
14         1-
2
3
*
1
-
-
16
4
N994         EFFECTS  OF   OTHER   EXTERNAL  CAUSES
M
F
1
3
9         8
B        4
10
3
23
a
41      28
11         1
33     18
1        6
16     18     13     10
3         5         4         3
18
2
10
9
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
251
75
N994.1          DROWNING
1
M
F
1
8         7
8         4
8
3
19
7
24     20
7
17     14
-        3
12      16      10         9
a       3       2       2
IS
6
6
3
2
-
-
1
169
50
N994.4         OTHER   EFFECTS  OF   EXPOSURE
M
F
1
1
N994.5         EFFECTS   OF   EXCESSIVE   EXERTION
M
F
1
N994.7         ASPHYXIATION   ANO  STRANGULATION
H
F
1
1
1          1
2
4
1
17       8
4         1
5        3
1        3
3        2        3        1
12        2        1
3
1
4
3
-
1
1
1
1
z
60
23
N994.B          ELECTROCU TION
M
F
1
N99S         CERTAIN  EARLY   COMPLICATIONS  OF   TRAUMA
M
F
2
N99S.0         AIR   EMBOLISM
M
F
1
N995.9        OTHER  EARLY  COMPLICATIONS OF  TRAUMA
M
F
1
N99G         INJURY.   OTHER   AND   UNSPECIFIED
F
-
-         -
-
1
-        1
3        1
—        1
1 -        3       -
2 1-1
1
2
^
2
1
2
15
IO
N996.1          TRUNK
M
1
1
 DEATHS BY CAUSE, SEX, AND AGE, ACCORDING TO
THE DETAILED LIST, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1975
Age-group (Years)
CAUSE
N996.4 HAND(S)   EXCEPT   FINGER(S)
KNEE.   LEG.   ANKLE.   AND   FOOT
N996-9 UNSPECIFIED  SITE
1 -        1 —
- - 1
N999 OTHER   COMPLICATIONS  OF   MEDICAL  CARE
SERUM HEPATITIS
N999.4 ANAPHYLACTIC   SHOCK
OTHER   ADVERSE   EFFECTS   (N990-N999)
10      25      41      31      25     21      IB     22      IB      IO      20      15
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