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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
For the Year Ended December 31st
1957
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1958  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 56 of
the " Milk Industry Act," the Twelfth Annual Report of the Milk Board under that Act
for the year ended December 31st, 1957.
THE MILK BOARD.
E. C. Carr, Chairman.
W. J. Anderson, Member.
J. D. Honeyman, Member.
Vancouver, B.C., January 29th, 1958.  Twelfth Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31st, 1957
This Report of the Milk Board is made in accordance with section 56 of the " Milk
Industry Act" and covers the calendar year ended December 31st, 1957.
Tables giving up-to-date statistical information relative to the production and utilization of qualifying milk, to accounting values for each class of qualifying milk, to producer prices for qualifying milk, to sales of fresh fluid dairy products, and to dairy feed
prices are appended hereto.
LEGISLATION
There were not any amendments to Part III of the " Milk Industry Act " during the
year.
AREAS OF PRODUCTION
By Order in Council No. 1628, approved by His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council on the 8th day of July, 1957, the Kamloops-Okanagan area of production was
defined. This brings to three the number of areas of production under Part III of the
Act.   The other two are the Vancouver and the Vancouver Island areas of production.
At December 31st, Board orders covering the new area have not been issued. It is
expected that such order will issue early in 1958.
MEMBERSHIP OF THE BOARD
George W. Challenger, B.S.A., of Sardis, tendered his resignation as member of the
Milk Board, to become effective the 30th day of November, 1957. By Order in Council
No. 2651, approved November 2nd, 1957, his appointment, made by Order in Council
No. 1236, approved May 17th, 1956, was rescinded, effective the 30th day of November,
1957.
By the same Order in Council, John D. Honeyman, of Ladner, was appointed as
a member of the Milk Board, effective the 1st day of December, 1957.
ADVISORY COMMITTEES
Under the provisions of section 41 (z) the Board constituted two committees. On
February 14th, Mrs. L. E. Gower, New Westminster; Mrs. L. V. Lillico, Vancouver;
and Mrs. E. Mills, Victoria, were appointed members of an advisory committee of
consumers.   One meeting with this committee was held.
Mr. John V. Friesen, Ladner; Mr. John D. Honeyman, Ladner; and Mr. William
Taylor, Saanichton, were appointed members of an advisory committee of producers on
April 12th.   Two meetings with this committee have been held.
BOARD MEETINGS
Twenty-five meetings of the Board were held in its office to deal with matters of
policy and administration. Minutes of these meetings are recorded in the minute-book
of the Board.
Throughout the year, numerous meetings and conferences were also held with producers, vendors, and other interested parties to discuss matters pertaining to the production and marketing of milk. Z 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA
LICENSING
Under the provisions of General Order No. 5, two classes of licences are issued by
the Board. Vendors, milk-jobbers, and producer-vendors are required to obtain a Class I
licence and producers and producer-vendors a Class II licence. Both 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 1957-58 licences issued, cancelled, and
in effect at December 31st follows:—
Area of Production
Vancouver—
Issued from April 1st, 1957.
Class I
Vendor
26
Cancelled      2
In effect December 31st, 1957  24
Class II
Producer
2,662
335
2,327
Vancouver Island—
Issued from April 1st, 1957
Cancelled 	
In effect December 31st, 1957.
Totals—
Issued from April 1st, 1957.
Cancelled 	
In effect December 31st, 1957.
50
3
47
76
4
72
331
22
309
2,955
357
2,636
Summary of Class II Licence Suspensions and Cancellations re Farm Premises,
Milk Quality, and Adulteration of Milk, January 1st to December 31st, 1957
Area of Production
Farm
Premises
Mill-
Quality
Adulteration
Vancouver—
Under suspension, January lst-
Suspended	
Reinstated..
Cancelled-
-.111__HCU	
Under suspension, December 31st._
Vancouver Island—
Under suspension, January 1st	
Suspended  	
Reinstated-
Cancelled..
___U-CG-_CU	
Under suspension, December 31st.
Totals—
Under suspension, January 1st	
Suspended  	
45
172
93
121
3
1
4
1
4
Reinstated-
Cancelled
i_aiiceiicu	
Under suspension, December 31st-
46
176
94
125
3
8
82
65
20
5
10
7
2
1
8
92
72
22
6
BOARD ORDERS
as amended by General Orders Nos.
2, 3, and 4, was in
General Order No. 1.
operation on January 1st.
General Order No. 5 was made and passed on January 18th and came into operation
on February 1st.   This order repealed and replaced General Orders Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1957
Z 7
General Order No. 6 was made and passed on March 29th and came into operation
on April 1st. It amended clause (b) of subsection (1) of section 16 of General Order
No. 5.
General Order No. 7 was made and passed on June 20th and came into operation
on July 1st.    It amended General Order No. 5 by adding clause (bb) to section 18.
General Order No. 8 was made and passed on June 20th and came into operation
on July 1st. It repealed General Order No. 6. It repealed section 16 of General Order
No. 5, and substituted therefor a new section 16. It amended section 31 of General
Order No. 5.
General Orders Nos. 5, 7, and 8 are the only orders of the Board in operation at
December 31st.
■ Z 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
STATISTICAL TABLES
Table Ia.—Sales, Vancouver Area
Standard
Mill-
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Skim-
milk
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Butter-fat)
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18%
Butter-fat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butter-fat)
Total,
All
Products
1947, totals-
1948, totals...
1949, totals-
1950, totals-
1951, totals-
1952, totals...
1953, totals...
1954, totals-
1955, totals—
1956, totals...
1957—
January.	
February __.
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September-
October	
November.
December.
Totals...
Quarts
46,017,096
48,126,897
49,438,250
50,787,158
52,431,898
52,640,425
54,995,537
58,224,673
62,076,800
68,295,504
5,942,454
5,519,067
6,159,813
5,987,807
6,212,519
5,909,980
5,960,370
6,282,368
6,049,158
6,295,022
6,125,510
5,935,906
Quarts
13,433,647
10,414,299
9,343,757
8,618,249
6,406,479
5,294,969
4,894,773
4,336,593
| 3,658,624
2,942,087
173,631
160,156
166,705
165,128
162,103
152,513
149,379
145,309
141,439
144,819
139,899
138,952
72,379,974
Quarts
883,314
1,101,730
1,427,635
1,494,081
1,157,901
781,270
826,203
835,221
1,003,771
1,337,600
93,152
91,663
104,042
99,107
111,335
102,103
87,479
98,945
122,438
125,091
108,733
90,833
Quarts
701,241
641,395
655,677
656,740
676,520
734,489
821,043
866,805
965,606
1,160,729
74,972
77,372
105,103
110,384
133,680
127,062
119,891
119,846
113,303
100,951
88,680
80,976
Quarts
843,665
856,906
805,339
978,909
1,067,050
1,371,057
1,381,368
1,564,299
1,678,902
1,807,138
139,771
157,901
183,480
167,963
186,330
176,405
168,173
177,699
283,525
339,945
346,688
342,426
Quarts
5,990,483
5,474,866
5,373,205
5,154,335
4,655,593
4,588,862
4,640,308
4,571,347
4,655,092
4,729,351
404,337
365,549
406,328
388,504
387,920
387,286
406,875
411,156
374,489
408,381
409,780
413,026
1,840,033
1,234,921
1,252,220
2,670,306 I 4,763,631
Quarts
813,716
744,281
666,995
673,749
586,175
515,753
509,446
525,790
486,929
496,143
37,299
31,480
38,262
41,498
41,784
43,801
45,699
45,995
38,618
39,322
38,178
41,696
Quarts
185,383
283,474
344,759
336,393
305,907
323,694
351,907
372,839
417,025
437,700
32,374
32,698
37,294
37,808
45,006
58,289
43,328
36,678
30,871
39,047
36,860
47,670
Quarts
68,868,545
67,643,848
68,055,617
68,699,614
67,287,523
66,250,519
68,420,585
71,297,567
74,942,749
11,206,252
6,897.990
6,435,886
7,201,027
6,998,199
7,280,677
6,957,439
6,981,194
7,317,996
7,153,841
7,492,578
7,294,328
| 7,091,485
483,632
477,923 |85,102,640
Table Ib.—Sales, Vancouver Island 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)
Total,
All
Products
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
1948, totals. ..
10,403,590
2,790,591
131,413
57,681
50,767
640,580
154,705
94,326
14,323,653
1949, totals	
10,901,354
2,663,182
227,983
79,084
104,821
649,353
132,673
109,022
14,867,482
1950, totals	
11,172,670
2,634,493
198,403
75,491
66,651
638,244
128,629
107,141
15,021,722
1951, totals	
11,046,294
2,162,188
193,209
70,252
109,169
572,266
114,075
97,257
14,364,710
1952, totals	
11,504,552
2,598,236
166,881
65,009
146,865
601,216
101,157
107,426
15,291,342
1953, totals	
12,365,547
2,661,500
153,848
80,286
190,937
640,143
97,840
120,173
16,310,274
1954, totals	
13,737,064
2,553,361
147,207
99,783
251,054
666,075
94,498
137,534
17,686,576
1955, totals	
14,583,125
2,347,012
156,365
120,804
286,252
684,998
91,500
144,391
18,414,447
1956, totals
1957—
January
15,350,166
2,072,955
161,709
110,643
300,284
693,278
77,611
144,714
18,911,360
1,333,603
150,932
11,177
6,570
25,970
56,973
5,113
9,814
1,600,152
February	
1,292,852
130,578
12,015
6,860
25,107
53,981
4,972
9,414
1,535,779
March	
1,466,980
144,014
13,341
9,118
28,922
57,048
5,963
12,006
1,737,392
1,458,382
138,899
13,221
9,194
29,590
59,049
5,748
11,888
1,725,971
1,499,411
1,440,401
141,720
135,164
17,398
14,235
9,359
9,576
30,260
29,071
59,597
59,964
5,990
6,646
13,658
22,436
1,777,393
June.	
1,717,493
July 	
1,486,813
133,831
10,690
9,692
28,314
64,921
7,437
15,985
1,757,683
August	
1,516,939
125,983
11,382
10,204
28,997
65,438
6,596
13,642
1,779,181
September-
1,442,649
128,690
15,252
9,323
27,433
59,092
5,513
10,600
1,698,552
October	
1,478,907
119,707
14,653
7,949
36,907
60,991
3,306
11,453
1,733,873
November..
1,427,979
115,874
11,458
7,215
38,539
60,390
3,366
11,022
1,675,843
December..
1,355,166
114,007
10,071
6,269
38,053
60,510
3,511
13,229
1,600,816
Totals.	
17,200,082
1,579,399
154,893
101,329
367,163
717,954
64,161
155,147
20,340,128
Note.—Above figures do not include packaged sales from Vancouver area. report of the milk board, 1957
Table IIa.—Sales, Vancouver Area, 1957 as Compared to 1956
z 9
Units calculated on following basis:
All milks and milk products 	
Substandard cream  	
1956, Quarts
1957, Quarts
Increase (4-) or Decrease (—)
Product
Quarts
Per Cent
Standard milk—
Retail                     - _	
37,082,419
31,213,085
68,295,504
2,414,812
527,275
2,942,087
376,116
961,484
1,337,600
291,535
869,194
1,160,729
1,265,935
541,203
1,807,138
1,520,392
3,208,959
4,729,351
119,471
376,672
496,143
96,532
341,168
437,700
43,167,212
38,039,040
81,206,252
45,528,677
44,083,855
89,612,532
34,124,981
38,254,993
72,379,974
1,482,621
357,412
1,840,033
241,697
993,224
1,234,921
233,578
1,018,642
1,252,220
1,766,276
904,030
2,670,306
1,233,892
3,529,739
4,763,631
96,174
387,458
483,632
82,702
395,221
477,923
39,261,921
45,840,719
85,102,640
41,197,845
52,508,937
93,706,782
-2,957,438
4-7,041,908
4-4,084,470
—932,191
— 169,863
— 1,102,054
— 134,419
4-31,740
— 102,679
—57,957
4-149,448
4-91,491
4-500,341
4-362,827
4-863,168
-286,500
4-320,780
4-34,280
—23,297
4-10,786
— 12,511
— 13,830
4-54,053
4-40,223
—3,905,291
4-7,801,679
4-3,896,388
—4,330,832
4-8,425,082
4-4,094,250
7.97
22.56
Total                 	
5.98
Special milk—
Retail                              	
38.60
32.21
Total                         __ _	
37.45
Chocolate drink—
Retail                              	
35.73
3.30
Total    	
7.67
Buttermilk—
Retail                            _-
19.87
17.19
Total                    	
7.88
Skim-milk—
Retail   _. 	
39.52
67.04
Total	
47.76
Substandard cream—
Retail                              	
18.84
9.99
Total
0 72
Table cream—
Retail                       	
19 50
0 28
Total   -         _          	
2.52
Whipping cream—
Retail _	
14.32
15 84
Total   _          	
9 18
Total sales (quarts)—
Retail -	
9 04
20 50
Total    _. _	
4 79
Total sales (Units) —
Retail - __  .
9.51
19 11
Total
Table and sour cream .
Whipping cream 	
1 quart=l unit
1 quart=2 units
1 quart—4 units
1 quart_=6 units Z 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IIb.—Sales, Vancouver Island Area, 1957 as Compared to 1956
Product
1956, Quarts
1957, Quarts
Increase (4-) or Decrease (—)
Quarts
Per Cent
Standard milk—
Retail _ —
10,285,918
5,064,248
15,350,166
1,885,009
187,946
2,072,955
65,094
96,615
161,709
56,045
54,598
110,643
238,706
61,578
300,284
269,722
423,556
693,278
29,774
47,837
77,611
52,331
92,383
144,714
12,882,599
6,028,761
18,911,360
13,503,298
7,057,743
20,561,041
11,224,477
5,975,605
17,200,082
1,438,279
141,120
1,579,399
60,507
94,386
154,893
50,935
50,394
101,329
297,838
69,325
367,163
286,209
431,745
717,954
20,998
43,163
64,161
51,384
103,763
155,147
13,430,627
6,909,501
20,340,128
14,036,750
7,989,550
22,026,300
+938,559
4-911,357
4-1,849,916
-446,730
-46,826
-493,556
-4,587
—2,229
-6,816
—5,110
—4,204
—9,314
4-59,132
4-7,747
+66,879
+ 16,487
+8,189
+24,676
—8,776
—4,674
— 13,450
-947
+ 11,380
+10,433
+548,028
+880,740
+ 1,428,768
+533,452
+931,807
4-1,465,259
9.12
17.99
Total
12.05
Special milk—
Retail
23.69
24.91
Total     	
23.80
Chocolate drink—
Rstall
7.04
Wholesale.    	
Total	
Buttermilk—
Retail        _ _	
2.30
4.21
9.11
7.69
Total  -    	
Skim-milk—
Retail   	
Wholesale-  —. 	
Total     	
8.41
24.77
12.58
22.27
Substandard cream—
Retail —    _ -          	
6.11
Wholesale. _ -	
Total               -
1.93
3.55
Table cream—
Retail                     _     	
29.47
Wholesale  -    	
Total                        _ - -
9.77
17.33
Whipping cream—
Retail   	
1.80
12.31
7.20
Total sales (quarts)—
4.25
Wholesale  	
Total                     	
14.60
7.55
Total sales (Units) —
Retail                	
3.95
13.20
7.12
Note.—Above figures do not include packaged sales from Vancouver area. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1957
Z 11
Table IIIa.—Qualifying Milk Supplied by Licensed Producers,
Vancouver Area, 1957
Month
Total
(Pounds)
Class 1
Class 11
Class III
Pounds
Percent
Pounds
Percent
Pounds
PerCent
January 	
February..	
27,477,613
25,995,227
31,248,774
32,998,014
38,478,700
34,101,189
32,815,850
31,828,653
31,146,191
30,823,383
28,132,748
29,318,527
18,302,499
16,891,663
18,842,013
18,222,933
18,877,697
18,107,736
18,334,882
19,186,821
18,818,194
19,722,133
19,242,165
18,569,148
66.61
64.98
60.30
55.22
49.06
53.10
55.87
60.28
60.42
63.98
68.40
63.34
5,312,370
5,271,544
6,617,429
8,265,158
11,752,977
10,098,559
9,408,994
8,014,862
7,220,822
3,955,092
89,055
72,531
19.33
20.28
21.18
25.05
30.54
29.61
28.67
25.18
23.18
12.83
0.31
0.02
3,862,744
3,832,020
5,789,332
6,509,923
7,848,026
5,894,894
5,071,974
4,626,970
5,107,175
7,146,158
8,801,528
10,676,848
14.06
14.74
18.52
April — 	
May.	
June. —	
July _ 	
August  	
19.73
20.40
17.29
15.46
14.54
16.40
October	
November-	
December— —
23.19
31.29
36.64
Totals    	
374,364,869
223,117,884
59.60
76,079,393
20.32
75,167,592
20.08
Table IIIb.—Qualifying Milk Supplied by Licensed Producers,
Vancouver Island Area, 1957
Month
Total
(Pounds)
Class 1
Class 11
Class III
Pounds
PerCent
Pounds
PerCent
Pounds
PerCent
4,320,830
3,993,530
4,610,871
4,748,332
5,298,489
4,833,933
4,635,046
4,592,960
4,481,133
4,451,796
4,162,526
4,389,633
4,001,335
3,779,132
4,372,228
4,358,690
4,508,478
4,335,747
4,338,342
4,321,264
4,062,344
4,155,240
3,971,451
4,037,556
92.61
94.63
94.82
89.88
85.09
89.69
93.60
94.08
90.65
93.34
95.41
91.98
	
319,495
214,398
238,643
389,642
790,011
498,186
296,704
271,696
418,789
296,556
191,075
352,077
7 39
5.37
5.18
10.12
May    .
	
14.91
10.31
July     	
6.40
5.92
9.35
6.66
4.59
8.02
Totals
54,519,079
50,241,807
92.15
4,277,272
7.85
Table IV.—Milk Shipments to Vancouver Island, 1957
Month
Packaged
Bulk in Cans
Pounds
Pounds
300,207
144,939
262,236
108,032
286,219
46,080
327,166
28,476
349,061
323,667
38,152
374,712
143,083
410,893
177,357
390,935
212,496
545,282
182,854
527,944
196,246
506,057
51,406
4,604,379
1,329,121
Bulk by
Tank Truck
Total
January	
February-
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September-
October—
November _
December.-
Totals-
Pounds
87,324
30,874
46,212
14,554
29,108
38,718
29,108
87,324
130,986
33,908
528,116
Pounds
532,470
401,142
378,511
355,642
349,061
376,373
546,903
626,968
632,539
815,460
855,176
591,371
6,461,616 Z  12
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table V.—Information regarding Class I Accounting
and Producer Prices
Base
Period
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
(a) Index of wholesale prices	
(£>) Index of consumer prices— 	
(c) Wages and salaries in British Columbia-
(d) Employment..
(e) Local and alfalfa hay price   	
(/) 16 per cent dairy feed price _ 	
(g) Farm wages in British Columbia  	
(h) Index of commodities and services used by farmers .
(I) Combined index  	
Class I utilization  	
3. Supply-demand adjustment  —
4. Vancouver Area Class I accounting value	
5. Vancouver Island Area Class I accounting value..
6. Class II accounting value 	
7. Class III accounting value 	
8. Producer prices—
Vancouver area—
(a) Quota milk  	
(6) Excess milk  —
(c) Weighted average	
Vancouver Island area—Weighted average..
219.30
109.70
$53.86
95.41
$39.79
$68.10
$137.35
221.50
100.00
226.50      226.60
227.00
227.40
$67,
97.
$49.
$68.
$153.
238
111.
52.
.40
.43
.50
.00
.67
.70
.6482
20%
$4.7671
$5.6371
322
192
695
890
$67.81
97.49
$46.50
$68.00
$153.67
238.70
110.2640
53.55%
20*
$5,456
$6,326
$3,695
$2,895
$5.07
$3.09
$4.82
$6.09
$68.17
97.53
$46.50
$68.00
$155.33
242.20
110.6990
55.07%
30*
$5,577
$6,447
$3,695
$2,925
$5.05
$2.93
$4.83
$6.22
$68.17
97.58
$46.50
$68.00
$155.33
242.20
110.7498
56.54%
30ff
$5,580
$6,450
$3,924
$3,017
$5.02
$3.40
$4.82
$6.21
Note.—Accounting values and producer prices are per hundredweight for milk of 4 per cent butter-fat content. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1957
Z 13
Value Formula; Class I, II, and III Accounting Values;
for Qualifying Milk
1957
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
227.10
226.10
228.10
229.40
228.40
228.40
228.40
228.00
228.00
228.20
227.60
226.70
120.90
$71.23
121.10
$71.56
121.60
$71.96
121.90
$72.32
122.60
$72.57
123.30
$68.56
$69.07
$69.43
$69.90
$70.15
$70.46
$72.93
97.56
97.56
97.67
97.50
97.50
97.37
97.26
97.17
97.04
96.86
96.69
96.54
$46.50
$46.50
$46.50
$46.50
$46.50
$46.50
$46.50
$40.74
$36.00
$35.40
$33.00
$33.00
$70.00
$69.20
$69.00
$68.42
$68.00
$68.00
$68.00
$68.00
$68.00
$68.00
$67.00
$66.00
$155.33
$155.33
$155.33
$163.33
$163.33
$163.33
$163.33
$172.66
$172.66
$177.00
$177.00
$177.00
242.20
242.20
242.20
242.20
245.80
245.80
245.80
248.20
248.20
248.20
249.40
249.40
111.1159
111.0265
111.3371
112.0957
112.1521
112.2249
112.6088
110.8183
109.5307
109.6250
108.4083
108.0393
57.42%
57.96%
58.64%
59.02%
59.60%
59.85%
60.11%
60.52%
60.98%     61.14%
60.52%
59.84%
40*
40*
40*
40*
40*
40*
45*
45*
45*
50*
45*
40*
$5,697
$5,692
$5,707
$5,743
$5,746
$5,750
$5,818
$5,732
$5,671
$5,726
$5,618
$5,566
$6,567
$6,562
$6,577
$6,333
$6,336
$6,340
$6,448
$6,392
$6,366
$6,427
$6,331
$6,256
$3,518
$3,433
$3,458
$3,514
$3,490
$3,794
$3,995
$3,960
$3,718
$3,707
$3,719
$3,708
$3,146
$3,146
$3,146
$3,146
$3,322
$3,286
$3,352
$3,458
$3,493
$3,484
$3,495
$3,539
$5.12
$5.12
$5.03
$4.97
$5.02
$5.11
$5.18
$5.23
$5.13
$5.23
$5.21
$5.08
$3.30
$3.26
$3.27
$3.11
$3.22
$3.46
$3.55
$3.63
$3.50
$3.68
$3.89
$3.85
$4.89
$4.83
$4.76
$4.56
$4.56
$4.74
$4.90
$4.94
$4.83
$4.91
$5.03
$4.91
$6.24
$6.36
$6.38
$6.06
$5.89
$6.03
$6.23
$6.17
$6.06
$6.18
$6.15
$5.99 Z 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table VI.—Pick-up Prices for Dairy Feeds at Vancouver, B.C.1
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
Per Ton
Per Ton
Per Ton
Per Ton
Per Ton
Per Ton
Per Ton
$52.00
$67.00
$48.00
$42.00
$46.00
$54.00
$52.00
54.00
69.00
50.00
44.00
48.00
56.00
55.00
63.00
70.00
64.00
64.00
62.00
58.00
65.00
67.00
72.00
60.00
46.00
58.00
58.00
60.00
69.00
74.00
62.00
48.00
60.00
60.00
62.00
68.00
69.00
58.00
51.00
64.00
60.00
64.00
70.00
71.00
60.00
53.00
66.00
62.00
66.00
67.00
81.00
68.00
62.00
64.00
67.00
70.00
99.00
114.00
110.00
98.00
103.00
105.00
93.00
77.00
82.00
73.00
73.00
73.00
70.00
47.00
56.00
47.00
42.00
48.00
48.00
52.00
34.00
41.00
27.00
24.00
34.00
34.00
41.00
Dec. 31,
1957
Bran-
Shorts	
Wheat (Grade 5)-
B arley	
Ground barley..
Oats	
Ground oats	
Dairy feed (16 per cent)_.
Oilcake-meal _. 	
Coconut-meal	
Alfalfa hay (second cut)_.
Local mixed hay	
Per Ton
$47.00
49.00
56.00
52.00
54.00
54.00
56.00
65.00
88.00
36.00
30.00
1 Reference:   Markets Bulletin, British Columbia Department of Agriculture.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1958
460-158-3815  

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