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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
For the Year Ended December 31 st
1950
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
1951  To His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council
of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith, in accordance with section 67 of the
" Public Utilities Act," the Fifth Annual Report of th» Milk Board under that Act for
the year ended December 31st, 1950.
E. C. CARR,
Chairman, Milk Board.
Vancouver, B.C., February 10th, 1951.  Fifth Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31st, 1950
Many problems in the production and distribution of milk developed during the
year. These were caused largely by increasing costs of labour, feeds, supplies, and
equipment. The Board, therefore, had to deal with the matter of adjustments in both
producer and consumer rates in addition to taking care of routine administrative matters.
Tables giving up-to-date statistical information relative to sales of fresh fluid dairy
products, similar to that given in last year's Report, are appended hereto.
AREAS UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE MILK BOARD
The Board did not extend its jurisdiction to any new areas during the year. The
four controlled areas within the Province are the Greater Victoria, Vancouver, Duncan,
and Nanaimo areas.
BOARD MEETINGS
The Board held seven public hearings during the year, as follows: Kelowna, May
16th; Penticton, May 17th; Vancouver, August 14th to 17th and October 20th; Victoria,
November 13th; Duncan, November 14th; Nanaimo, November 15th; Courtenay,
November 16th.
Three hearings were also held to deal with specific applications or complaints.
The first was at Vancouver on April 20th, and continued on May 5th; the second at
Vancouver on September 8th; and the third at Duncan on October 4th. In addition,
thirty-seven meetings of the Board were held in its office to deal with matters of policy
and administration. Complete minutes of all meetings are recorded in the minute-book
of the Board. Throughout the year, numerous conferences were also held with primary
producers, producer-distributers, milk-dealers, and others, in both controlled and uncontrolled areas, to discuss various matters pertaining to the production, supply, distribution,
;ind sale of milk.
LICENSING
Pursuant to the provisions of Order No. 26, licences are issued for a period of
twelve months, or portion thereof, ending on March 31st of the period in respect of
which they are issued. A summary of 1950-51 licences issued, cancelled, and in effect
at December 31st follows:—
Class 1, Milk-dealer
Class 11, Milk-jobber
Class III,
Producer-Distributer
Class IV,
Primary Producer
Area
Issued
Cancelled
In
Effect
Dec. 31,
1950
Issued
Cancelled
In
Effect
Dec. 31,
1950
Issued
Cancelled
In
Effect
Dec. 31,
1950
Issued
Cancelled
In
Effect
Dec. 31,
1950
30
5
1
5
1
30
4
1
5
4
4
4
4
11
40
4
5
1
4
10
36
4
5
4,497
261
46
68
8
1
::::
4,489
Greater Victoria-
Duncan  -
Nanaimo.—	
260
46
68
Totals	
41
1
40
8
8
60
5
55
4,872
9
4,863
During the year five Class IV licences were suspended upon complaint that the
primary producers concerned were adulterating their shipments of milk with added water.
These suspensions remained in effect until the practice was discontinued. There was
not any licence in any class cancelled for cause. JJ 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
SUMMARY OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AND ORDERS ISSUED
Order No. 26.—Order No. 26 (approved by Order in Council No. 553) was issued
to become effective on and after April 1st. This order replaces Orders Nos. 3, 6, 24,
and 25.
Order No. 27.—Application having been received from milk-dealers in the Vancouver area for an increase in their operating margin, the Board held a hearing in the
City of Vancouver on April 20th and continued on May 5th, 1950. Order No. 27
(approved by Order in Council No. 1147) was issued, to become effective on June 1st.
This order provided for an adjustment in producer rates.
Application having been received from primary producers and milk-dealers in the
Kelowna area to have the City of Kelowna and vicinity defined as an area in which
regulations and orders of the Board shall have effect, a public hearing was held in the
City of Kelowna on May 16th.    Final decision in this matter is pending.
Application having been received from milk-dealers in the City of Penticton to have
the City of Penticton and vicinity defined as an area in which regulations and orders of
the Board shall have effect, a publichearing was held in the City of Penticton on May
17th.    Final decision in this matter is pending.
Order No. 28.—Application having been received from primary producers and
milk-dealers for an increase in the rates received for milk supplied in the Vancouver
area, the Board held a public hearing in the City of Vancouver on August 14th, 15th,
16th, and 17th, and October 20th. Order No. 28 (approved by Order in Council No.
2442) was issued, to become effective on November 1st. This order provided an
increase for both producer and consumer rates.
Applications having been received from certain milk-dealers in the Vancouver area
for permission to use a square bottle with a 48-mm. opening for the distribution of milk
in the Vancouver area, the Board held a hearing in Vancouver on September 8th.
Board permission in this connection has not yet been granted.
Complaint in writing having been received from George Kocurek, a licensed primary
producer in the Duncan area supplying milk to Sunny Brae Dairy Limited, a licensed
milk-dealer in the said area, to the effect that he had been subjected to undue prejudice
and disadvantage, the Board held a hearing in the City of Duncan on October 4th.
Board action was not required to settle this complaint.
Application having been received from primary producers and milk-dealers for an
increase in the rates received for milk supplied in the Greater Victoria area, the Board
held a public hearing in the City of Victoria on November 13th. Final decision in this
matter is pending.
Application having been received from primary producers and milk-dealers for an
increase in the rates received for milk supplied in the Duncan area, the Board held a
public hearing in the City of Duncan on November 14th. Final decision in this matter
is pending.
Application having been received from primary producers and milk-dealers for an
increase in the rates received for milk supplied in the Nanaimo area, the Board held a
public hearing in the City of Nanaimo on November 15th. Final decision in this matter
is pending.
Application having been received from milk distributers in the Courtenay district
to have the City of Courtenay and vicinity defined as an area in which regulations and
orders of the Board shall have effect, a public hearing was held in the City of Courtenay
on November 16th.    Final decision in this matter is pending.
CONCLUSION
The Board again wishes to express its appreciation for the co-operation of those
engaged in the industry as producers and milk-dealers, to officials of other Government
departments, and to the public as a whole. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1950
J J 7
STATISTICAL TABLES
Table Ia.—Sales, Vancouver Area
Standard
Milk
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Skim-
milk
Substandard
Cream
(9% Butter-fat)
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18% Butter-fat)
Whipping
Cream
(32% Butter-fat)
1947—Totals
1948—Totals
1949—
January .—.
February-
March 	
April-.	
May 	
June -
July -...
August	
September
October ...
November
December.
Totals
1950—
January	
February-
March 	
April	
May 	
June	
July-	
August	
September.
October	
November
December _
Totals
Quarts '
Quarts
46,017,096
13,433,647
48,126,897
10,414,299
4,051,694
779,371
3,795,253
719,950
4,238,276
815,782
4,105,607
787,389
4,204,035
802,563
4,068,600
766,108
4,148,772
776,996
4,236,498
790,517
4,158,698
771,171
4,187,085
787,578
4,143,197
771,932
4,100,535
774,400
49,438,250
9,343,757
4,130,260
3,863,584
4,336,361
4,178,994
4,314,980
4,252,894
4,330,069
4,395,086
4,246,132
4,317,799
4,183,856
4,237,143
743,885
702,175
786,430
755,906
770,780
■ 745,758
745,087
753,544
723,932
746,666
577,370
566,716
Quarts
883,314
,101,730
84,702
91,205
122,134
104,642
142,926
139,271
106,472
111,619
147,077
142,712
135,334
99,541
1,427,635
83,067
97,950
123,004
101,545
134,896
138,211
126,928
133,376
156,890
162,931
137,260
98,023
50,787,158
8,618,249
1,494,081
Quarts
701,241
641,395
41,144
40,912
53,356
58,746
72,960
68,424
68,519
62.498
57,593
45,140
44,645
41,740
Quarts
843,665
856,906
47,430
57,182
58,621
49,287
70,616
52,558
76,697
55,209
88,003
66,574
92,606
90,556
Quarts
5,990,483
5,474,866
467,755
427,936
484,403
456,468
433,472
448,761
451,947
454,311
439,730
445,843
400,866
461,713
655,677
805,339
5,373,205
36,486
83,678
39,525
90,065
56,340
88,045
50,735
69,123
59,619
87,730
68,457
82,017
78,571
88,725
73,282
82,722
58,579
93,672
48,538
68,819
43,532
74,331
43,076
69,982
452,676
415.257
463,689
438,775
434.607
413,273
426,717
425,167
416,297
433,517
409,731
424,629
Quarts
813,716
744,281
53,739
47,768
51,447
51,493
50,693
57,660
58,818
64,850
57,265
57,020
53,529
62,713
666,995
56.785
52.R7S
56,162
55,572
58,948
57,541
63,263
59,768
55,540
54,569
48,460
54,263
Quarts
185,383
283,474
26,133
23,983
28,328
29,509
25,938
47,150
33,445
25,006
23,148
26,883
21,469
33,767
344,759
25,532
25,962
30,025
29,838
28,694
32,898
35,594
24,956
21,711
27,209
21,522
32,452
656,740
978,909
5,154,335 | 673,749 | 336,393
Ta
ble Ib.—Sales, Gi
ieater Victoria Area
Standard
Special
Chocolate
Butter
Skim-
Substandard
Cream
(9% But
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18% But
Whipping
Milk
Milk
Drink
milk
milk
(32% Butter-fat)
ter-fat)
ter-fat)
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
1947—Totals	
9,066,200
2,862,135
111,058
50,350
17,487
643,242
189,276
59,106
1948—Totals
1949—
January	
8,797,551
2,421,362
111,906
54,699
47,352
608,865
121,728
82,915
733,939
191,244
9,780
4,307
9,904
53,497
8,615
5,962
February	
677,685
174,551
11,706
5,551
12,668
48,542
8,218
5,743
March	
770,056
192,842
17,258
6,071
15,270
53,070
8,541
6,666
April	
736,505
191,931
15,484
6,274
10,914
50.214
8,795
6,917
May   	
774,822
196,948
20,267
7,029
12,883
48,799
8,784
6,938
755,472
191,387
16,150
7,225
7,813
49,420
10,001
13 183
July  ....
789,071
194,354
16,811
6,019
12,351
52,587
10,671
9,883
August —
781,358
193,316
16,789
6,429
4,303
52,520
10,417
7,633
September	
754,333
186,569
19,121
6,055
4,175
47,992
9,088
6,737
October	
771,365
192,538
16,151
6,638
3,720
50,173
8,098
7,017
November. 	
774,019
189,399
14.888
8,320
4,268
50,046
8,339
6,672
December	
758,663
198,568
11,211
5,950
4,214
52,554
8,987
8,348
Totals	
9,077,288
2,284,647
1P5.616
75,868
102,483
609,414
108,554
91,699
1950—
January	
750,035
189,917
8.907
3,737
4,039
51,061
7,919
6,208
February 	
704,408
171,088
10,961
4,471
3,763
46,724
7,589
6,230
March	
775,588
193,792
13.043
6,773
5,003
53,255
9,003
7,072
April. 	
762,422
188,210
11,039
6,695
5,929
50,218
8,627
7,620
May 	
803,006
186,782
13,173
5,602
5,047
50,807
7,927
6,727
June— —
792,915
189,791
14,015
6.001
5,506
48,723
8,663
9,888
July -	
808,064
193,155
13,927
7,977
4,738
51,506
10,753
10,608
August	
804,849
185,208
14,942
7,179
5,625
49,852
9,907
7,417
September	
758,706
182,902
14,804
5,568
5,755
47,142
8,730
6,098
October 	
774,620
191,073
14.913
5,201
6,262
48,259
7,903
6,728
November	
762,882
179,618
13,913
5,351
6,537
47,522
8,238
6,225
December	
757,596
185,647
10,873
5,445
6,099
64;303~~
50,462
8,587
7,898
Totals	
9,255,091
2,237,183
154,510
70,000
595,531
103,846
88,719 IJ 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table Ic.—Sales, Duncan Area
Standard
Milk
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Skim-
milk
Substandard
Cream
(9% Butter-fat)
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18% Butter-fat)
Whipping
Cream
(32% Butter-fat)
1948—Totals
1949—
January.	
February	
March 	
April	
Quarts
418,785
30,960
28,655
31,376
30,547
31,889
30,559
33,637
32,807
32,125
30,920
30,653
29,954
Quarts
115,633
11,079
10,450
11,964
12,029
12,481
13,191
14,069
14,143
13,995
13,400
13,687
13,698
Quarts
' 3,338
788
800
1,168
744
832
520
Quarts
494
68
82
77
91
78
Quarts
1,011
244
189
259
153
Quarts
5,616
482
454
587
475
428
306
338
344
350
393
435
520
Quarts
7,879
555
528
579
547
579
593
656
584
529
617
655
668
Quarts
4,199
390
335
397
369
•     375
48
61
53
39
31
22
39
518
July
539
901
738
408
377
September._	
345
367
325
460
Totals	
374,082
154,186
6,899
689    |           845
5,112    |        7,090
4,797
1950—
29,258
27,822
31,141
30,972
32,485
32,328
34,584
36,380
33,485
32,375
30,987
31,677
14,545
12,523
14,236
14,019
14,613
14,156
12,183
12,165
12,370
13,245
12,879
13,432
46
54
89
120
503
120
94
147
173
171
191
151
545                 657
453     1             511
563
256
329
864
294
654
493
291
521
541
490
468
629
693
642
620
522
510
529
496
575
571
545
580
538
258
April. - 	
357
272
June 	
July
	
425
500
359
September ._	
October 	
309
321
279
December	
629    j          601
. 405
383,489
160,366
2,925
1,863
6.894     1         6.635
4,404
Table Id.—Sales, Nanaimo Area
Standard
Milk
Snecial
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Skim-
milk
Substandard
Cream
(9% Butter-fat)
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18% Butter-fat)
Whipping
Cream
(32% Butter-fat)
1948—Totals
1949—
January—
February-
March 	
April  -	
May — —
June —
July 	
August	
September.
October —
November
December
Totals
1950—
January —
February-
March 	
April —	
May —
June	
July  -
August	
September
October _
November .
December
Totals
Quarts
1,187,254
106,643
103,768
116,927
116,353
122,793
128,001
127,093
126,221
129,406
126,013
121,080
125,686
1,449,984
118,176
116,235
129,016
128,341
128,503
124,086
138,184
131,691
134,801
132,531
126,547
125,979
1,534,090
Quarts
253,596
19.726
18,110
19,607
19,956
19,574
15,711
19,137
19,507
18,496
18,265
17,077
19,183
224,349
18,266
17,689
19,036
18,449
21,331
20,655
22,217
21,960
20,242
19,551
18,602
18,946_
~236,944~
Quarts
16,169
2,249
2,325
2,929
2,638
3,513
3,454
1,952
1,767
3,353
4,757
3,880
2,651
Quarts
2,488
72
160
200
176
260
399
310
314
214
160
140
132
35,468
1,719
3,398
3,753
3,016
4,028
3,666
1,791
2,067
4,072
5,569
4,924
2,965
2,537
100
101
165
68
160
276
323
596
799
368
330
342
40,968
3,628
Quarts
2,404
4
16
17
139
153
324
338
234
91
114
55
1,493
62
62
47
58
64
192
399
440
261
235
256
272
^7348~
Quarts
26,099
2,416
2,483
3,121
3,289
3,054
2,834
3,032
2,962
2,840
2,881
2,771
3,144
34,827
2,756
'2,674
2,940
2,034
3,218
3,074
3,239
3,147
3,099
3,473
3,115
3,050
35,819
Quarts
25,098    I
1,894    I
1,101
1,148
1,252
1,083
1,438
1,198
1,429
1,438
1,769
1,706
1,573
17,029
1,487
1,397
1,582
1,567
1,730
1,504
1,390
1,315
1,629
1,550
1,478
1,519
18,148
Quarts
7,212
750
808
1,262
1,008
966
1,042
1,227
953
977
1,122
1,002
1,409
12,526
1,004
961
1,122
1,129
1,104
1,396
1,442
1,179
975
1,091
1,065
1,550
14,018 report of the milk board, 1950 j j 9
Table IIa.—Sales, Vancouver Area, 1950 as Compared to 1949
Product
1949
1950
Increase or Decrease
Standard milk-
Retail	
Wholesale-
Total	
Special milk—
Retail-	
Wholesale-
Total	
Chocolate drink—■
Retail-	
Wholesale-
Total	
Buttermilk—
Retail	
Wholesale-
Total	
Skim-milk—
Retail	
Wholesale-
Total 	
Substandard cream—
Retail -
Wholesale	
Total 	
Table and sour cream—
Retail...- -
Wholesale _
Total  	
Whipping cream—
Retail  	
Wholesale-
Total	
Total sales (quarts) —
Retail -	
Wholesale 	
Total  	
Total sales (units)—
Retail-	
Wholesale.
Total	
Quarts
33,371,949
16,066,301
49,438,250
7,586,499
1,757,258
9,343,757
578,871
848,764
1,427,635
248,461
407,216
655,677
233,063
572,276
805,339
2,020,613
3,352,592
5,373,205
194,334
472,661
666,995
122,049
222,710
344,759
44,355,839
23,699,778
68,055,617
47,569,699
29,583,903
77,153,602
Quarts
35,949,972
14,837,186
50,787,158
7,235,466
1,382,783
8,618,249
608,725
885,356
1,494,081
269,766
386,974
656,740
306,399
672,510
978,909
2,118,079
3,036,256
5,154,335
191,644
482,105
673,749
125,360
211,033
336,393
46,805,411
21,894,203
68,699,614
50,125,222
27,431,939
77,557,161
Quarts
2,578,023*
l,229,115f
1,348,908*
(7.72%)
(7.65%)
(2.73%)
351,033f
374,475t
725,508f
(4.63%)
(21.31%)
(7.76%)
29,854*
36,592*
66,446*
(5.16%)
(4.31%)
(4.65%)
21,305*
20,242?
1,063*
(8.57%)
(4.97%)
(0.16%)
73,336*
100,234*
173,570*
(31.47%)
(17.51%)
(21.55%)
97,466*
316,336f
218,870t
(4.82%)
(9.44%)
(4.07%)
2,690f
9,444*
6,754*
(1.38%)
(2.00%)
(1.01%)
3,311*
ll,677f
8,366t
(2.71%)
(5.24%)
(2.43%)
2,449,572*
l,805,575f
643,997*
(5.52%)
(7.62%)
(0.95%)
2,555,523*
2,151,964t
403,559*
(5.37%)
(7.27%)
(0.52%)
Decrease.
All milks and milk products
Substandard  cream  .—	
Table and sour cream 	
Whipping   cream    	
Units Calculated on Following Basis:
1 quart=l unit
..1 quart=2 units
-1 quart=4 units
. 1 quart=6 units JI  10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IIb.—Sales, Greater Victoria Area, 1950 as Compared to 1949
Product
1949
1950
Increase or
Decrease
Quarts
6,238,070
2,839,218
9,077,288
Quarts
6,503,245
2,751,846
9,255,091
Quarts
265,175*
87,372+
177,803*
(4.25%)
(3.08%)
(1.96%)
2,129,348
155,299
2,284,647
2,071,306
165,877
2,237,183
58,042+
10,578*
47,464+
'(2.73%)
(6.81%)
(2.08%)
63,432
122,184
185,616
52,215
102,295
154,510
11,217+
19,889+
31,106+
(17.68%)
(16.28%)
(16.76%)
37,811
38,057
75,868
44,815
25,185
70,000
,. 7,004*
12,872+
5,868+
(18.52%)
(33.82%)
(7.73%)
27,921
74,562
102,483
40,968
23,335
64,303
13,047*
51,227+
38,180+
(46.73%)
(68.70%)
(37.25%)
224,626
384,788
609,414
234,560
360,971
595,531
9,934*
23,817+
13,883+
(4.42%)
(6.19%)
(2.28%)
34,694
73,860
108,554
32,090
71,756
103,846
2,604+
2,104+
4,708+
(7.51%)
(2.85%)
(4.34%)
33,453
58,246
91,699
32,640
56,079
88,719
813+
2,167+
2,980+
(2.43%)
(3.72%)
(3.25%)
8,789,355
3,746,214
12,535,569*
9,011,839
3,557,344
12,569,183
222,484*
188,870+
33,614*
(2.53%)
(5.04%)
(0.27%)
9,285,328
4,643,812
13,929,140
9,505,869
4,413,978
13,919,847
220,541*
229,834+
9,293+
(2.38%)
(4.95%)
(0.07%)
Standard milk-
Retail	
Wholesale-
Total	
Special milk—
Retail.	
Wholesale ..
Total	
Chocolate drink—
Retail	
Wholesale	
Total 	
Buttermilk—
Retail-	
Wholesale-
Total-	
Skim-milk—
Retail-
Wholesale..
Total	
Substandard cream—
Retail __	
Wholesale	
Total	
Table and sour cream—
Retail 	
Wholesale-
Total	
Whipping cream—
Retail	
Wholes^le..
Total	
Total sales (quarts)-
Retail  	
Wholesale-
Total	
Total sales (units)-
Retail - _
Wholesale-	
Total	
* Increase. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1950
Table He.—Sales, Duncan Area, 1950 as Compared to 1949
JJ 11
Product
1949
1950
Increase or
Decrease
Standard milk—
Retail     	
Quarts
249,289
124,793
374,082
146,713
7,473
154,186
1,308
5,591
6,899
587
102
689
128
717
845
2,009
3,103
5,112
1,051
6,039
7,090
2,077
2,720
4,797
403,162
150,538
553,700
418,709
185,358
604,067
Quarts
245,254
138,235
383,489
158,267
2,099
160,366
856
2,069
2,925
1,342
521
1,863
Quarts
4,035t
13,442*
9,407*
11,554*
5,374+
6,180*
452f
3,522f
3,974|
755*
419*
1,174*
128t
717t
845f
90+
1,872*
1,782*
266*
721+
455+
374+
19+
393+
7,496*
5,380*
12,876*
6,334*
4,994*
11,328*
(1.62%)
(10.77%)
Total  -    .....
Special milk—
Retail                             	
(2.51%)
(7.87%)
(71.91%)
Total                                	
(4.01%)
(34.56%)
Chocolate drink—
Retail   .  ..                       .	
(62.99%)
Total	
(57.60%)
Buttermilk—
Retail                   »         	
(128.62%)
Wholesale —   -	
Total 	
Skim-milk—
Retail                               	
(410.78%)
(170.39%)
(100.00%)
(100.00%)
Total
(100.00%)
(4.48%)
(60.32%)
(34.86%)
(25.31%)
(11.94%)
(6.42%)
(18.01%)
Substandard cream—
Retail	
Wholesale  - - —	
Total -   -	
Table and sour cream—
Retail          	
Wholesale    —
Total    - 	
Whipping cream—
Retail                                  	
1,919
4,975
6,894
1,317
5,318
6,635
1,703
2,701
4,404
410,658
155,918
566,576
425,043
190,352
615,395
(0.70%)
Total   	
Total sales (quarts)—
(8.19%)
(1.86%)
(3.57%)
Total          -             	
(2.32%)
Total sales (units)—
Retail                             	
(1.51%)
Wholesale 	
Total  -	
(2.69%)
(1.87%)
* Increase.
■ Decrease. u 12 british columbia
Table IId.—Sales, Nanaimo Area, 1950 as Compared to 1949
Product
1949
1950
Increase or
Decrease
Standard milk—
Retail                _
Quarts
999,335
450,649
1,449,984
212,357
11,992
224,349
9,822
25,646
35,468
2,350
187
2,537
402
1,091
1,493
2,770
32,057
34,827
4,178
12,851
17,029
6,430
6,096
12,526
1,237,644
540,569
1,778,213
1,285,098
641,659
1,926,757
Quarts
1,056,180
477,910
1,534,090
222,669
14,275
236,944
10,051
30,917
40,968
2,930
698
3,628
921
1,427
2,348
4,638
31,181
35,819
3,596
14,552
18,148
6,844
7,174
14,018
1,307,829
578,134
1,885,963
1,357,475
688,841
2,046,316
Quarts
56,845*
27,261*
84,106*
■   10,312*
2,283*
12,595*
229*
5,271*
5,500*
580*
511*
1,091*
519*
336*
855*
1,868*
876+
992*
582+
1,701*
1,119*
414*
1,078*
1,492*
70,185*
37,565*
107,750*
72,377*
47,182*
119,559*
(5.69%)
(6.05%)
(5.80%)
(4.86%)
(19.04%)
(5.61%)
(2.33%)
(20.55%)
(15.51%)
(24.68%)
(273.26%)
(43.00%)
Total -                                                   	
Special milk—
Retail            -  	
Total   	
Chocolate drink—
Retail                                 	
Wholesale  	
Total
Buttermilk-
Retail — 	
Total                          	
Skim-milk—
Retail            - - 	
(129.10%)
Wholesale    : - ...
Total   -—	
Substandard cream—
Retail                - 	
(30.80%)
(57.27%)
(67.44%)
(2.73%)
Total                           -  	
(2.85%)
Table and sour cream—
(13.93%)
(13.24%)
Total                               -	
(6.57%)
Whipping cream—
Retail	
(6.44%)
Wholesale —	
(17.68%)
(11.91%)
Total sales (quarts)—
(5.67%)
(6.95%)
Total 	
Total sales (units)—
(6.06%)
(5.63%)
Wholesale 	
Total                - 	
(7.35%)
(6.21%)
* Increase.
Decrease.
Table III.—Pick-up Prices for Dairy Feeds at Vancouver, B.C.*
June 1,
1948
Dec. 31,
1948
June 30,
1949
Dec. 31,
1949
Dec. 31,
1950
Per Ton
$53.00
55.00
53.00
59.00
61.00
64.00
66.00
61.00
89.00
69.00
59.00
37.00
39.00
31.00
Per Ton
$55.00
58.00
71.00
52.00
54.00
53.00
55.00
61.00
89.00
69.00
59.00
39.00
42.00
37.00
Per Ton
$62.00
63.00
71.00
57.00
59.00
54.00
56.00
62.00
89.00
69.00
59.00
39.00
42.00
26.00
Per Ton
$56.00
58.00
69.00
65.00
67.00
55.00
57.00
63.00
89.00
67.00
59.00
39.00
42.00
29.00
Per Ton
$52.00
54.00
Wheat (Grade 5) 	
63.00
67.00
69.00
68.00
70.00
Dairy feed (16%)                   —	
67.00
99.00
77.00
59.00
44.00
47.00
34.00
; Reference:  Markets Bulletin, British Columbia Department of Agriculture. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1950 J J  13
Table IV.—Retail Quart Prices for Standard Milk at December 31st, 1950
Cents
Halifax, N.S  19
Sydney, N.S.   20
Saint John, N.B.   20
Montreal, P.Q  I8V2
Toronto, Ont.   20
Winnipeg, Man.   18
Cents
Regina, Sask.   18
Saskatoon, Sask.   18
Edmonton, Alta.   18
Calgary, Alta.   19
Vancouver, B.C.   19
Victoria, B.C.   19
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
1951
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