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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
For the Year Ended December 31st
1952
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1953  To His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council
of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir,—We have the honour to transmit herewith, in accordance with section 67 of
the " Public Utilities Act," the Seventh Annual Report of the Milk Board under that Act
for the year ended December 31st, 1952.
THE MILK BOARD.
E. C. Carr, Chairman.
Fraudena Eaton, Member.
H. M. King, Member.
Vancouver, B.C., January 31st, 1953.  Seventh Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31st, 1952
This Report of the Milk Board is made in accordance with section 67 of the " Public
Utilities Act " and covers the calendar year ended December 31st, 1952.
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.
A chartered accountant was appointed to the staff of the Board in September. Under
his supervision a uniform system of reporting, operating, and distributing costs of all
milk-dealers is being instituted. These reports will be compiled on a quarterly basis,
the first to cover the months of October, November, and December, 1952. It is expected
that detailed information obtained from these reports for this quarter will be available
to the Board early in 1953.
AREAS UNDER CONTROL OF THE BOARD
There were not any new areas brought under the control of the Board during the
year. However, the boundaries of the Duncan area were extended to include the Shawni-
gan Lake and the Cowichan Lake districts. Areas now controlled within the Province
are the Greater Victoria, Vancouver, Duncan, Nanaimo, and Courtenay-Campbell River
areas.
BOARD MEETINGS
The Board did not hold any public hearings during the year. Thirty-two meetings
of the Board were held in its office to deal with matters of policy and administration.
Proceedings of all these meetings are recorded in the minute-book of the Board. In addition, numerous conferences were 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, and 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 31 st of the period in respect of which they
are issued. A summary of 1952-53 licences issued, cancelled, and in effect at December
31st follows:—
Class I, Milk-dealer
Class II, Milk-jobber
Class III,
Producer-Distributer
Class IV,
Primary Producer
Area
Issued
Cancelled
In
Effect
Dec. 31,
1952
Issued
Cancelled
In
Effect
Dec. 31,
1952
Issued
Cancelled
In
Effect
Dec. 31,
1952
Issued
Cancelled
In
Effect
Dec. 31,
1952
25
4
1
4
2
1
24
4
1
4
2
1
4
--
1
4
5
31
8
4
8
3
1
5
28
8
4
7
4,103
202
40
52
53
93
4,010
Greater Victoria
202
40
52
Courtenay-
Campbell River-
53
Totals   	
36     1        1
35
5
5
56
4
52
4,450
93
4,357
During the year thirty Class IV licences were suspended upon complaint that the
milk being shipped was not of suitable quality for use in the fluid trade, and sixteen
Class IV licences were suspended upon complaint that the primary producers concerned LL 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
were adulterating their shipments of milk with water. Only five of these licences have not
been reinstated at December 31st. There was not any licence in any class cancelled
for cause.
SUMMARY OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AND ORDERS ISSUED
Under date of February 2nd, an application was received from primary producers
for an increase in rates received for milk supplied in the Courtenay-Campbell River area.
The Board decided this application would not be heard or acted upon at that time.
Order No. 37.—Order No. 37 (approved by Order in Council No. 871) was issued
to become effective in the Vancouver area on April 21st. This Order (1) rescinded
Interim Order No. I, which became effective on October 16th, 1951; (2) confirmed the
rates established for home-delivered milk in Interim Order No. I; (3) reduced the rates
established for business establishments in Interim Order No. I by 4 cents a gallon and
1 cent a quart on sales of standard and special milk only, with the provisions that milk
in quart bottles might be resold to the public at 1 cent below the home-delivered rates;
and (4) established minimum loads to be carried by vehicles operated for the purpose
of delivering milk to retail customers in their homes or to stores or other business establishments for resale to the public.
An application was received from milk-dealers operating in the Greater Victoria
area for permission to institute six-day (no Sunday) delivery of milk to retail customers
at their homes, effective on and from October 12th. Board permission in this connection
was granted.
Under date of October 6th, application was received from the Vancouver Island
Dairymen's Association to have Milk Board jurisdiction extended to cover all areas on
Vancouver Island. This application was supported by a further application from dairymen in the Alberni, Qualicum, Parksville, and Nanoose districts on Vancouver Island to
have their areas brought under Board control. Interim Order No. II was issued to become
effective on November 24th. This interim order extended the boundaries of Duncan area
to include the Shawnigan Lake and Cowichan Lake districts. The Board also decided
that, as soon as practical, hearings would be held in the uncontrolled areas on Vancouver
Island to deal with these applications.
Under date of October 20th, an application was received from the Victoria Pasteurized Milk Distributers' Association for permission to use square 48-mm. milk-bottles
and aluminium caps.   Board permission in this connection was granted.
Under date of November 10th, an application was received from certain milk-dealers
in the Vancouver area for permission to institute six-day (no Sunday) delivery of milk
to retail customers at their homes, effective February 1st, 1953, and also for permission
to adopt use of the square 48-mm. milk-bottle on that date. Board permission in this
connection was granted. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1952
LL 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)
1949—Totals ...
1950—Totals—
1951—
January.	
February	
March	
April	
May	
June	
July.	
August	
September	
October	
November....
December	
Totals
1952—
January	
February	
March	
April	
May	
June 	
July	
August -
September.....
October	
November	
December.	
Totals
Quarts
49,438,250
50,787,158
4,334,994
4,012,581
4,458,694
4,449,135
4,523,742
4,434,882
4,560,511
4,571,083
4,393,775
4,398,603
4,158,395
4,135,503
I I
Quarts     |     Quarts |     Quarts
9,343,757      1,427,635 655,677
8,618,249      1,494,081 656,740
577,735
524,846
582,576
565,922
574,000
556,907
559,368
552,607
526,744
504,770
439,247
441,757
107,031
106,252
103,145
127,481
112,473
106,603
95,768
89,777
99,759
92,024
67,917
49,671
44,432
44,374
50,391
61,011
63,213
69,811
82,088
72,146
54,384
45,865
45,309
43,496
52,431,1
[6,406,479    |1,157,901    |    676,520
4,243,479
4,137,278
4,483,590
4,352,407
4,505,576
4,265,867
4,386,368
4,479,188
4,461,475
4,567,567
4,344,666
4,412,964
52,640,425
I
444,062
428,279
463,334
446,528
456,602
432,352
438,614
437,464
431,127
448,547
431,850
436,210
50,857
52,206
62,595
57,317
70,323
63,330
67,450
70,875
81,080
83,325
64,845
57,067
45,437
48,352
57,605
58,882
68,643
64,061
83,905
80,461
66,612
58,837
50,365
51,329
Quarts | Quarts
805,339 5,373,205
978,909      5,154,335
79,609
86,859
105,373
77,943
79,477
86,496
72,562
79,213
78,687
96,313
99,965
124,553
420,363
375,510
412,604
392,223
393,319
381,943
377,291
398,345
381,952
355,174
374,865
392.004
Quarts
666,995
673,749
51,079
46,707
48,433
51,429
51,922
52,070
55,108
53,341
44,865
43,728
42,867
44,626
1,067,050 | 4,655,593 | 586,175
134,858
126,304
127,457
110,974
125,171
101,202
110,818
108,422
109,129
112,097
102,098
102,527
387,243
373,590
393,987
377,598
378,745
377,460
376,159
379,145
372.054
387,059
383,211
402,611
40,454
33,466
41,099
39,440
43,102
48,172
51,503
50,256
42,520
42,067
39,834
43,840
Quarts
344,759
336,393
24,299
30,134
25,014
24,556
24,655
36,500
26,850
21,783
20,574
22,642
19,642
29,258
305,907
22,232
23,191
24,831
24,812
28,185
40,874
32,672
23,507
21,772
25,085
23,114
33,419
|5,294,969 | 781,270 | 734,489
1,371,057 |4,588,862 j 515,753 | 323,694
Table Ib.—Sales, Greater Victoria 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)
1949—Totals	
1950—Totals	
1951—
January	
February-	
March	
April	
May. 	
June	
July	
August	
September	
October	
November	
December—
Totals
1952—
January	
February	
March	
April	
May	
June	
July 	
August	
September—
October	
November-
December	
Totals
Quarts | Quarts
2,284,647
2,237,183
9,077,288
9,255,091
771,272
712,564
781,106
772,745
812,280
795,559
801,782
793,580
740,456
732,365
716,021
719,047
744,886
724,565
785,853
731,393
778,703
733,442
758,527
761,972
750,007
775,840
739.774
761.472
172,462
151,129
165,401
161,020
166,686
162,472
164,411
160,811
137,740
138,617
136,523
137,330
Quarts
185,616
154,510
11,502
11,035
11,456
14,305
14,288
15,233
15,237
14,118
12,258
10,911
9,393
7,712
9,148,777 I 1,854,602
139,628
132,047
140,878
136,665
141,105
136,819
142,245
141,174
135,516
138,378
133,412
136,133
147,448
8,351
8,866
10,545
10,011
11,913
9,540
10,969
10,637
12,227
12,710
9,940
8,875
Quarts
75,868
70,000
5,515
5,470
5,916
6,674
5,950
5,207
5,948
6,107
4,790
3,602
4,014
3,723
62,916
3,644
4,229
4,954
5,093
5,199
4,926
6,638
6,004
4,896
4,407
3,842
4,435
Quarts
102,483
64,303
6,433
6,154
6,861
7,094
8,271
8,327
7,912
7,755
9,455
10,689
11,091
8,893
98,935
9,111
10,345
12,488
11,943
12,620
10,612
10,729
9,948
10,421
11,329
11,151
11,835
Quarts
609,414
595,531
48,764
42,702
47,325
44,586
44,139
44,083
46,154
47,474
42,667
30,434
43,517
45,273
Quarts
108,554
103,846
6,962
6,910
8,171
7,611
7,396
8,289
9,150
9,761
7,682
6,932
7,073
6,894
Quarts
91,699
88,719
5,847
5,326
6,381
6,017
6,809
11,377
9,480
6,777
5,542
5,266
5,281
6,919
527,118    |      92,831
44,489
43,480
46,495
43,043
43,274
42,520
44,179
43,455
42,194
44,700
44,244
47,919
6,195
6,558
6,765
6,785
6,858
7,678
8,597
8,663
7,780
6,914
6,318
7,272
81,022
4,941
5,431
6,016
5,784
6,380
11,440
9,544
6,946
6,071
6,083
5,999
7,424
9.046.434    I 1,654,000
124,584
58,267
132,532
529,992
86,383
82,059 LL 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)
1949—Totals—
1950—Totals....
1951—
January	
February	
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September —
October	
November	
December	
Totals
1952—
January	
February	
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September.....
October	
November.	
December	
Totals
Quarts
Quarts
374.082
154,186
383,489
160,366
30,066
14,122
27,765
12,641
31,199
13,187
31,033
13,299
30,217
12,237
30,580
11,807
26,047
11,866
31,854
11,687
29,781
9,803
27,213
10,405
27,602
10,054
27,096
10,376
Quarts
6,899
2,925
482
459
328
437
691
324
5
440
658
478
314
350,453 | 141,484 |   4,616
27.455
10,776
26,548
10,259
29,290
11,792
28,545
11,467
30,439
11,734
27,434
10,993
27,915
13,143
28,554
12,440
28,564
11,323
28,634
11,226
28,636
10,999
27,021
19,126
289
325
285
184
276
190
51
297
441
359
293
Quarts
689
1,863
164
125
165
224
121
131
112
72
252
374
488
285
2,513
313
355
152
112
136
126
163
181
162
109
105
126
Quarts
845
940
2,388
Quarts
5,112
6,894
599
491
513
473
458
427
507
469
1,551
588
577
545
I
184
199
214
181
176
140
171
134
96
95
Quarts
7,090
6,635
562
451
538
534
502
535
634
586
523
509
510
542
3,394    |        7,198
Quarts
4,797
4,404
316
263
284
290
285
467
405
316
283
275
282
374
3,840
520
513
279
502
461
280
577
489
312
488
469
296
441
471
320
381
493
465
358
517
464
285
618
383
253
594
231
285
635
298
342
578
292
342
596
416
339,035
145,278
2,990    |        2,040
1,590
4,773    |        6,434    |
4,036
Table Id.—Sales, Nanaimo Area
Standard
Special
Chocolate
Butter
Skim-
Substandard
Cream
(9% Butter-fat)
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18% Butter-fat)
Whipping
Cream
Milk
Milk
Drink
milk
milk
(32% Butter-fat)
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
1949—Totals	
1,449,984
224,349
35,468
2,537
1,493
34,827
17,029
12,526
1950—Totals-
1,534,090
236,944
40,968
3,628
2,348
35,819
18,148
14,018
1951—
January	
129,132
25,375
4,257
314
319
2,988
1,538
1,167
February.. 	
119,787
14,238
4,411
333
362
2,772
1,354
961
March 	
131,126
14,477
3,429
495
471
3,151
1,462
1,064
April 	
130,462
13,414
4,543
506
493
3,020
1,269
958
May —	
133,010
13,652
4,369
496
494
3,239
1,285
1,043
lune	
135,707
13,601
3,396
488
652
2,992
1,420
1,573
July 	
137,649
13,424
1,566
486
601
3,219
1,407
1,154
August	
136,069
13,052
1,655
513
545
3,331
1,451
903
September  •
126,065
12,007
3,496
315
752
3,330
1,063
860
October 	
127,453
11,325
3,913
293
842
3,448
972
796
November.	
120,517
10,696
3,260
297
692
3,225
787
727
120,087
10,841
2,850
287
617
3,235
810
1,189
Totals	
1,547,064
166,102
41,145
4,823
6,840
37,950
14,818
12,395
1952—
118,702
10,975
2,648
318
429
3,028
625
835
February —
113,746
10,476
2,810
365
569
3,059
615
897
125.282
11,028
3,397
386
641
3,406
773
1,039
April 	
122,727
11,117
2,926
439
800
3,264
560
836
128,005
11,297
3,300
473
870
3,055
563
1,048
1,420
1,199
117,531
10,717
2,479
400
681
3,595
703
July 	
123,115
9,668
1,236
385
1,259
3,587
699
August 	
131,485
10,174
1,177
461
1,179
3,778
538
956
September	
130,292
10,422
3,170
388
827
3,620
651
942
October 	
135,411
11,021
4,037
332
924
3,814
613
1,061
November 	
126,325
10,764
3,146
317
560
3,847
665
917
129,042
10,447
2,336
196
487
4,041
797
1,306
Totals	
1,501,664
128,106
32,662
4,460
9,226
42,094
7,802
12,456 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1952
LL 9
Table Ie.—Sales, Courtenay-Campbell River 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)
1952—
January	
February	
Quarts
39,539
41,479
53,122
49,631
55,785
46,262
54,451
63,827
55,700
56,469
51,820
49,334
Quarts
51,910
54,996
58,356
54,762
57,161
51,525
54,084
51,887
59,032
60,628
58,328
58,183
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
252
242
235
276
372
367
343
205
175
331
344
375
Quarts
2,316
2,291
2,770
3,240
3,622
1,496
1,353
1,437
1,753
1,445
1,289
1,345
Quarts
27
22
23
25
33
45
44
54
69
63
65
69
Quarts
438
540
755
April	
May	
136
1,507
1,008
1,283
1,311
592
283
288
237
79.
692
902
July	
August —	
September	
940
	
827
691
830
November	
139
103
645
823
Totals
617,419
670,852
6,645
242
3,517
24,357
538
8,875
Table IIa.—Sales, Vancouver Area, 1952 as Compared to 1951
Product
1951
1952
Increase or Decrease
Standard milk—
Retail	
Wholesale.	
Total	
Special milk—
Retail	
Wholesale-
Total-	
Chocolate drink—
Retail	
Wholesale-
Total	
Buttermilk-
Retail..
Whoiesale..
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
36,803,035
15,628,863
52,431,898
5,247,712
1,158,767
6,406,479
403,048
754,853
1,157,901
264,377
412,143
676,520
468,376
598,674
1,067,050
1,852,528
2,803,065
4,655,593
153,405
432,770
586,175
112,071
193,836
305,907
45,304,552
21,982,971
67,287,523
48,177,650
27,053,526
75,231,176
Quarts
36,182,101
16,458,324
52,640,425
4,247,736
1,047,233
5,294,969
247,197
534,073
781,270
281,571
452,918
734,489
697,087
673,970
1,371,057
1,732,754
2,856,108
4,588,862
140,240
375,513
515,753
112,254
211,440
323,694
43,640,940
22,609,579
66,250,519
46,355,684
27,649,426
74,005,110
Quarts
620,934t
829,461*
208,527*
(1.69%)
(5.31%)
(0.40%)
999,976t
lll,534f
l,lll,510f
(19.06%)
(9.62%)
(17.35%)
155,851t
220,780t
376,63 If
(38.67%)
(29.25%)
(32.53%)
17,194*
40,775*
57,969*
(6.50%)
(9.89%)
(8.57%)
228,711*
75,296*
304,007*
(48.83%)
(12.58%)
(28.49%)
119,774t
53,043*
66,731f
(6.47%)
(1.89%)
(1.43%)
13,165t
57,257f
70,422.
(8.58%)
(13.23%)
(12.01%)
183*
17,604*
17,787*
(0.16%)
(9.08% )
(5.81%)
l,663,612f
626,608*
l,037,004f
(3.67%)
(2.85%)
(1.54%)
l,821,966f
595,900*
l,226,066t
(3.78%)
(2.20%)
(1.63%)
Increase.
' Decrease.
Units Calculated on Following Basis:
All milks and milk products-
Substandard cream	
Table and sour cream-
Whipping cream..	
_1 quart_=l unit.
-1 quart=2 units
..1 quart=4 units
.. 1 quart_=6 units LL 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IIb.—Sales, Greater Victoria Area, 1952 as Compared to 1951
Product
1951
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
6,274,075
2,874,702
9,148,777
1,705,734
148,868
1,854,602
51,230
96,218
147,448
39,734
23,182
62,916
68,901
30,034
98,935
195,913
331,205
527,118
25,110
67,721
92,831
27,395
53,627
81,022
8,388,092
3,625,557
12,013,649
8,796,310
4,428,060
13,224,370
Quarts
6,099,002
2,947,432
9,046,434
1,506,874
147,126
1,654,000
36,286
88,298
124,584
29,090
29,177
58,267
99,514
33,018
132,532
191,219
338,773
529,992
21,710
64,673
86,383
27,191
54,868
82,059
8,010,886
3,703,365
11,714,251
8,403,190
4,510,497
12,913,687
Quarts
175,073t
72,730*
102,343t
(2.79%)
(2.53%)
(1.12%)
198,860t
l,742t
200,602t
(11.65%)
(1.17%)
(10.82%)
14,944t
7,920t
22,864t
(29.17%)
(8.23%)
(15.51%)
10,644t
5,995*
4,649t
(26.79%)
(25.86%)
(7.39%)
30,613*
2,984*
33,597*
(44.43%)
(9.94%)
(33.96%)
4,694t
7,568*
2,874*
(2.40%)
(2.28%)
(0.55%)
3,400t
3,048t
6,448t
(13.54%)
(4.50%)
(6.95%)
204t
1,241*
1,037*
(0.74%)
(2.31%)
(1.28%)
377,206t
77,808*
299,398t
(4.50%)
(2.15%)
(2.49% )
393,120t
82,437*
310,683t
(4.47% )
(1.86%)
(2.35%)
' Increase.
f Decrease. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1952
Table lie.—Sales, Duncan Area, 1952 as Compared to 1951
LL n
Product
1952
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
225,033
125,420
350,453
128,448
13,036
141,484
642
3,974
4,616
2,151
362
2,513
180
3,214
3,394
2,355
4,843
7,198
1,152
5,274
6,426
1,255
2,585
3,840
361,216
158,708
519,924
373,302
192,298
565,600
Quarts
217,322
121,713
339,035
122,288
22,990
145,278
135
2,855
2,990
1,545
495
2,040
1,587
3
1,590
1,108
3,665
4,773
967
5,467
6,434
1,071
2,965
4,036
346,023
160,153
506,176
355,387
195,044
550,431
Quarts
7,711t
3,707t
ll,418t
6,160t
9,954*
3,803*
507t
l,119t
l,626t
606t
133*
473t
1,407*
3,21 It
l,804t
l,247t
l,178t
2,425t
185t
193*
184t
380*
196*
15,193t
1,445*
13,748t
17,915t
2,746*
15,169t
(3.43%)
(2.96%)
(3.26% )
(4.80%)
(76.35%)
(2.69%)
(78.98%)
(28.16%)
(35.22%)
(28.17%)
(36.74%)
(18.82%)
(781.66%)
(99.90%)
(53.15%)
(52.95%)
(24.32%)
(33.69%)
(16.06%)
(3.66%)
(0.12%)
(14.66%)
(14.70%)
(5.10%)
(4.20%)
(0.91%)
(2.64%)
(4.80%)
(1.43%)
(2.68%)
* Increase.
■ Decrease. LL 12 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IId.—Sales, Nanaimo Area, 1952 as Compared to 1951
Product
1951
1952
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
1,097,477
449,587
1,547,064
161,517
4,585
166,102
5,188
35,957
41,145
3,500
1,323
4,823
4,267
2,573
6,840
4,231
33,719
37,950
2,444
12,374
14,818
4,914
7,481
12,395
1,283,538
547,599
1,831,137
1,319,671
655,845
1,975,516
Quarts
1,029,594
472,070
1,501,664
124,602
3,504
128,106
2,466
30,196
32,662
2,964
1,496
4,460
8,801
425
9,226
4,715
37,379
42,094
2,611
5,191
7,802
4,374
8,082
12,456
1,177,486
558,343
1,735,829
1,211,904
651,705
1,863,609
Quarts
67,883t
22,483*
45,400t
(6.18%)
(5.00%)
(2.93%)
36,915t
l,081t
37,996t
(22.85%)
(23.58%)
(22.88%)
2,722t
5,761t
8,483t
(52.47%)
(16.02%)
(20.62%)
536t
173*
363t
(15.31%)
(13.08%)
(7.53%)
4,534*
2,148t
2,386*
(106.26%)
(83.48%)
(34.88%)
484*
3,660*
4,144*
(11.44%)
(10.85%)
(10.92%)
167*
7,183t
7,016t
(6.83%)
(58.05%)
(47.35%)
540t
601*
61*
(10.99%)
(8.03%)
(0.49%)
106,052t
10,744*
95,308t
(8.26%)
(1.97%)
(5.20%)
107,767t
4,140t
lll,907t
(8.17%)
(0.63%)
(5.66%)
t Decrease. report of the milk board, 1952 ll 13
Table He.—Sales, Courtenay-Campbell River Area, 1952
Product
1952
Product
1952
Standard milk—
Retail             	
Quarts
146,970
470,449
617,419
488,032
182,820
670,852
1,195
5,450
6,645
120
122
242
3,466
51
3,517
Substandard cream—
Retail   	
Quarts
997
Wholesale	
Total   	
Wholesale.  	
Total. _ 	
23,360
24,357
Special milk—
Retail 	
Table and sour cream—
Retail   _
254
Wholesale	
284
Total	
Chocolate drink—
Retail                     	
Total  ._ 	
Whipping cream—
Retail       	
538
2,065
6,810
Total..	
Total.	
8,875
Buttermilk—
Retail              	
Total sales (quarts) —
Retail
643,099
Wholesale.. 	
Total 	
Wholesale _	
Total  	
689,346
1,332,445
Skim-milk—■
Retail
Total sales (units) —
Retail               	
655,183
747,608
Total     _ 	
Total	
1,402,791
Table III.—Pick-up Prices for Dairy Feeds at Vancouver, B.C.*
Dec. 31,
1948
Dec. 31.
1949
Dec. 31.
1950
Dec. 31.
1951
Dec. 31.
1952
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
$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
63.00
67.00
69.00
68.00
70.00
67.00
99.00
77.00
59.00
44.00
47.00
34.00
Per Ton
$67.00
69.00
70.00
72.00
74.00
69.00
71.00
81.00
114.00
59.00
Per Ton
$48.00
Shorts                               	
50.00
Wheat (Grade 5)	
64.00
Barley   	
60.00
62.00
Oats.   ..   _	
58.00
60.00
Dairy feed (16%) 	
68.00
110.00
82.00
56.00
41.00
47.00
27.00
: Reference: " Markets Bulletin "—British Columbia Department of Agriculture.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1953
470-253-9835   

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