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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
for the
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31st
1958
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1959  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 Thirteenth Annual Report of the Milk Board under that
Act for the year ended December 31st, 1958.
THE MILK BOARD.
E. C. Carr, Chairman.
W. J. Anderson, Member.
J. D. Honeyman, Member.
Vancouver, B.C., February 10th, 1959.  Thirteenth Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31st, 1958
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, 1958.
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
There are now three defined areas of production under Part III of the Act. They
are the Vancouver, the Vancouver Island, and the Kamloops-Okanagan areas. The
Kamloops-Okanagan area was brought under control of the Board on March 1st.
MEMBERSHIP OF THE BOARD
There was not any change in the membership of the Board during the year. Present
members are Ernest C. Carr (Chairman), Walton J. Anderson, Ph.D., and John D.
Honeyman.
BOARD MEETINGS
The Board held one public hearing during the year. This was at Nanaimo on
January 9th.
In addition, the Board met twenty-seven times in its office to deal with matters of
policy and administration. Numerous conferences were also held with producers, vendors, and other interested parties to discuss matters pertaining to the production and
marketing of milk.
COURT OF APPEAL
By Order in Council No. 271, the Honourable Executive Council of the Province
of British Columbia referred to the Court of Appeal for hearing and consideration pursuant to the provisions of the " Constitutional Questions Determination Act ":—
(1) Is the " Milk Industry Act," chapter 28 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1956, in its pith and substance a Statute to regulate the production,
distribution, and marketing of milk and manufactured milk products
within British Columbia and within the competence of the Legislative
Assembly of British Columbia to enact, or is it in its pith and substance
a taxing Statute to impose direct taxation and ultra vires of the said Legislative Assembly, and if it is ultra vires, in what particular or particulars
and to what extent?
(2) Is Order No. 5 of the Milk Board under the said Act, dated the 18th day
of January, 1957, ultra vires of the said Milk Board, and if not, in what
particular or particulars and to what extent?
The Court of Appeal heard arguments on these questions from December 1st to
December 9th.   At December 31st the Court had not rendered its decision. 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 1958/59 licences issued,
cancelled, and in effect at December 31st follows:—
Class I Class II
Area of Production Vendor Producer
Vancouver—
Issued from April 1st, 1958  23 2,505
Cancelled      2 165
In effect December 31st, 1958  21 2,340
Vancouver Island—
Issued from April 1st, 1958  51 338
Cancelled      4 12
In effect December 31st, 1958  47 326
Kamloops-Okanagan—
Issued from April 1st, 1958   25 254
Cancelled     1 14
In effect December 31st, 1958  24 240
Totals—
Issued from April 1st, 1958  99 3,097
Cancelled      7 191
In effect December 31st, 1958  92 2,906
Summary of Class II Licence Suspensions and Cancellations re Farm Premises, Milk
Quality, and Adulteration of Milk, January 1st to December 31st, 1958
Area of Production
Farm
Premises
Milk
Quality
Adulteration
Vancouver—
3
117
85
29
6
11
3
7
1
5
2
1
2
5
48
40
13
1
4
3
2
4
3
Cancelled... __  .— —  	
Under suspension, December 31st " ~ — —	
Vancouver Island—
Under suspension, January 1st 	
1
Kamloops-Okanagan—
Totals-
3
133
90
37
9
6
52
43
15
4
3
1 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1958 Z 7
RESEARCH
On behalf of the Board the Faculty of Agriculture, University of British Columbia,
undertook research on the problem of formulating an index of commodities and services
used by dairy-farmers in the Lower Fraser Valley. A report on this work has been
received.
ENFORCEMENT
Court proceedings were taken on one occasion for the following infraction of
provisions of General Order No. 5 of the Milk Board. A producer was charged in a
Magistrate's Court with operating without appropriate licence so to do, and found guilty.
BOARD ORDERS
General Order No. 9 was made and passed on February 4th to come into operation
on and from February 1st. It repealed paragraph (i) (a) of clause (a) of subsection
(1) of section 16 of General Order No. 5, and substituted therefor a new paragraph (i)
(a). It repealed paragraph (ii) (a) of clause (a) of subsection (1) of section 16 of General
Order No. 5, and substituted therefor a new paragraph (ii)(_z). It repealed clause (b)
of subsection (i) of General Order No. 5, and substituted therefor a new clause (b).
General Order No. 10 was made and passed on February 28th and came into operation on March 1st. It amended General Order No. 5 by repealing section 15 of General
Order No. 5, and substituting therefor a new section 15; by amending General Order
No. 5 by adding clause (c) to subsection (1) of section 16; by striking out the words
" The Vancouver and Vancouver Island " in the second lines of subsections (2) and (3)
of section 16 and substituting the word "all"; by adding subsections (4) and (5) to
section 16; by repealing subsection (c) of section 17, and substituting therefor a new
subsection (c); by adding clauses (iv) and (v) to subsection (a) of section 29; by adding
clause (bbb) to section 18; by adding at the end of subsection (h) of section 21 the
words "without the written permission of the Board "; by repealing subsections (a) and
(b) of section 21 and substituting therefor new subsections (a) and (b); by adding
subsection (/) to section 21; by removing the application of sections 21, 22, and 23 in
the Kamloops-Okanagan area of production until a date to be fixed by the Board; and
by adding to the end of section 31 the words "Such report shall be accompanied by an
invoice or invoices in triplicate covering any costs incurred by such vendor under the
provisions of clauses (bb) and (bbb) of section 18 of this Order during the month covered
by his report.   Such invoice or invoices shall be itemized to give details of said costs."
It also amended General Order No. 7 by inserting after the word " vendors " where
it appears in the fifth line of section 1 the words " in the same area of production."
General Order No. 11 was made and passed on May 13th and came into operation
May 30th. It repealed section 12 of General Order No. 10 and removed the application
of clause (bb) of section 18 of General Order No. 5 in the Kamloops-Okanagan area of
production.
General Order No. 12 was made and passed on August 12th and came into operation on August 16th. It repealed clause (bbb) of section 18 of General Order No. 5 and
substituted therefor a new clause (bbb).
General Order No. 13 was made and passed on August 15th and came into operation on August 16th. It repealed General Order No. 12. It also repealed clause (bbb)
of No. 12. It also repealed clause (bbb) of section 18 of General Order No. 5 and
substituted therefor a new clause (bbb).
General Order No. 14 was made and passed on October 15th and came into operation on November 1st. It repealed section 1 of General Order No. 8, and General Order
No. 9. It repealed section 16 of General Order No. 5, as amended by sections 2, 3, 4,
and 5 of General Order No. 10, and substituted therefor a new section 16. Z 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
STATISTICAL TABLES
Table Ia.—Sales, Vancouver Area
Standard
Milk
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Skim and
Low-fat
Milk
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18%
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butter-fat)
Total,
All
Products
Butter-fat)
Butter-fat)
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
1947, totals. ...
46,017,096
13,433,647
883,314
701,241
843,665
5,990,483
813,716
185,383
68,868,545
1948, totals ......
48,126,897
10,414,299
1,101,730
641,395
856,906
5,474,866
744,281
283,474
67,643,848
1949, totals......
49,438,250
9,343,757
1,427,635
655,677
805,339
5,373,205
666,995
344,759
68,055,617
1950, totals......
50,787,158
8,618,249
1,494,081
656,740
978,909
5,154,335
673,749
336,393
68,699,614
1951, totals.	
52,431,898
6,406,479
1,157,901
676,520
1,067,050
4,655,593
586,175
305,907
67,287,523
1952, totals......
52,640,425
5,294,969
781,270
734,489
1,371,057
4,588,862
515,753
323,694
66,250,519
1953, totals......
54,995,537
4,894,773
826,203
821,043
1,381,368
4,640,308
509,446
351,907
68,420,585
1954, totals	
58,224,673
4,336,593
835,221
866,805
1,564,299
4,571,347
525,790
372,839
71,297,567
1955, totals ....
62,076,800
3,658,624
1,003,771
965,606
1,678,902
4,655,092
486,929
417,025
74,942,749
1956, totals	
68,295,504
2,942,087
1,337,600
1,160,729
1,807,138
4,729,351
496,143
437,700
81,206,252
1957, totals
1958—
January	
72,379,974
1,840,033
1,234,921
1,252,220
2,670,306
4,763,631
483,632
477,923
85,102,640
6,218,119
139,944
100,588
89,605
355,280
408,252
39,671
37,280
7,388,739
February	
5,763,761
128,304
101,384
92,029
348,957
375,994
36,455
37,294
6,884,178
March-	
6,344,946
142,232
111,494
106,186
375,926
410,974
41,113
41,757
7,574,628
6,141,938
128,152
108,185
109,691
392,716
397,864
38 975
40,036
53,411
7,357,557
7,798,598
May 	
6,437,278
127,847
146,777
153,713
434,448
400,943
44,181
June	
6,041,432
118,958
138,813
153,791
407,022
383,032
45,924
59,090
7,348,062
July  _
6,558,952
119,070
156,428
199,226
408,791
381,151
48,142
38,635
7,910,395
August	
6,568,994
115,516
144,905
161,211
420,364
395,191
46,724
34,735
7,887,640
September-
6,310,259
109,769
145,320
110,213
443,364
393,608
41,417
35,842
7,589,792
October	
6,546,297
120,991
147,891
102,731
479,702
410,856
40,951
43,784 | 7,893,203
November-
6,049,090
108,181
116,545
88,502
480,627
391,734
39,500
36,789
7,310,968
December.-
6,108,448
108,030
102,136
85,219
497,676
412,146
46,616
49,190
7,409,461
Totals	
75,089,514
1,466,994
1,520,466
1,452,117
5,044,873
4,761,745
509,669
507,843
90,353,221
Table Ib.—Sales, Vancouver Island Area
Standard
Milk
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Skim and
Low-fat
Milk
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18%
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butter-fat)
Total,
All
Products
Butter-fat)
Butter-fat)
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	
15,350,166
2,072,955
161,709
110,643
300,284
693,278
77,611
144,714
18,911,360
1957, totals
1958—
January	
17,200,082
1,579,399
154,893
101,329
367,163
717,954
64,161
155,147
20,340,128
1,373,930
112,844
11,037
6,722
39,253
58,125
3,498
9,945
1,615,354
February	
1,275,286
103,184
10,580
7,237
40,295
54,172
3,205
9,965
1,503,924
March	
1,419,693
113,180
11,443
8,793
53,030
61,848
3,467
11,540
1,682,994
April 	
1,395,608
105,695
10,860
9,119
51,512
58,692
3,501
11,145
1,646,132
1,529,914
113,328
15,880
12,129
56,576
60,667
3,486
14,315
1,806,295
June	
1,427,642
103,514
13,524
12,138
50,961
59,915
3,383
18,736
1,689,813
July	
1,577,069
105,358
12,808
13,999
54,280
60,268
3,500
11,919
1,839,201
August—	
1,555,994
103,359
12,530
12,647
52,257
63,018
3,875
11,759
1,815,439
September-
1,516,155
100,272
14,640
9,198
54,755
61,552
3,551
10,572
1,770,695
October	
1,498,834
102,834
15,103
8,559
54,559
60,613
3,353
12,763
1,756,618
November—
1,429,477
91,062
11,726
7,621
53,807
58,861
3,500
10,687
1,666,741
December-
1,472,739
97,658
10,998
7,422
57,473
63,902
3,628
14,136
1,727,956
Totals
17,472,341
1,252,288
151,129
115,584
618,758
721,633
41,947
147,482
20,521,162
Note.—Above figures do not include packaged sales from Vancouver area. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1958
Z 9
Note.—The Kamloops-Okanagan area of production came under Board orders on March 1st.
Table IIa.—Sales, Vancouver Area, 1958 as Compared to 1957
Table Ic—Sales, Kamloops-Okanagan Area
Month
Standard
Milk
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Skim and
Low-fat
Milk
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Butter-fat)
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18%
Butter-fat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butter-fat)
Total,
All
Products
1958
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts
Quarts    j   Quarts
	
614,792
575,022
642,057
596,788
775,520
788,612
634,479
10,502
9,472
13,236
13,573
18,646
22,226
12,227
10,332
8,402
8,381
3,504
3,491
5,058
5,280
5,831
5,943
4,228
3.037
4,090
5,888
7,953
7,464
7,273
6,017
3,921
3.538
18,737
18,067
18,541
17,157
20,976
20,375
18,356
19,623
18,308
19.356
84
84
915
3,240 |     654,949
3,204 |     615,228
3.265 1     691.025
1,182 |         4,651  [     646,095
July
383  |          3,598  |     832,227
319 |          5,201  |     848,693
271  |         2,968 |     676,450
650,482
603,522
631,938
333  |          3,528  [     690,873
2,832 |          3,371
2.717  1          3.137
248  1         2,990 |     639,673
	
333 |         4,234 j     670,096
6,513,212
126,997
41.921  1       52.652  1      189.496
4.152  1       36.879  1 6.965.309
Product
1957, Quarts
1958, Quarts
Increase ( + ) or Decrease (— )
Quarts
Per Cent
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 cream—
Retail.	
Wholesale-
Total-	
Whipping cream-
Retail.	
Wholesale	
Total	
Total sales (quarts)—
Retail 	
Wholesale	
Total	
Total sales (units)—
Retail	
Wholesale..
Total	
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
33,621,911
41,467,603
75,089,514
1,188,506
278,488
1,466,994
308,975
1,211,491
1,520,466
267,986
1,184,131
1,452,117
3,201,427
1,843,446
5,044,873
1,187,401
3,574,344
4,761,745
89,662
420,007
509,669
81,729
426,114
507,843
39,947,597
50,405,624
90,353,221
41,812,629
57,370,559
99,183,188
—503,070
+3,212,610
+2,709,540
—294,115
—78,924
-373,039
+67,278
+218,267
+285,545
+34,408
+ 165,489
+ 199,897
+ 1,435,151
+939,416
+2,374,567
—46,491
+44,605
-1,886
—6,512
+ 32,549
+26,037
—973
+ 30,893
+29,920
+685,676
+4,564,905
+ 5,250,581
+614,784
+4,861,622
+ 5,476,406
1.47
8.39
3.74
19.83
22.08
20.27
27.83
21.97
23.12
14.73
16.24
15.96
81.25
103.91
88.92
3.76
1.26
0.03
6.77
8.40
5.38
1.17
7.81
6.26
1.74
9.95
6.16
1.49
9.25
5.84
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 Z 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IIb.—Sales, Vancouver Island Area, 1958 as Compared to 1957
Product
1957, Quarts
1958, Quarts
Increase ( + ) or Decrease (—)
Quarts
Per Cent
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 cream—
Retail	
Wholesale-
Total	
Whipping cream—
Retail 	
Wholesale-
Total. _
Total sales (quarts) —
Retail 	
Wholesale  	
Total 	
Total sales (units) —
Retail	
Wholesale 	
Total	
11,224,477
5,975,605
17,200,082
10,701,540
6,770,801
17,472,341
1,438,279
141,120
1,579,399
1,156,491
95,797
1,252,288
60,507
94,386
154,893
57,526
93,603
151,129
50,935
50,394
101,329
53,982
61,602
115,584
297,838
69,325
367,163
524,669
94,089
618,758
286,209
431,745
717,954
282,246
439,387
721,633
20,998
43,163
64,161
4,289
37,658
41,947
51,384
103,763
155,147
47,905
99,577
147,482
13,430,627
6,909,501
20,340,128
12,828,648
7,692,514
20,521,162
14,036,750
7,989,550
22,026,300
13,363,286
8,742,760
22,106,046
—522,937
+795,196
+272,259
—281,788
—45,323
—327,111
—2,981
—783
—3,764
+ 3,047
+ 11,208
+ 14,255
+226,831
+24,764
+251,595
—3,963
+7,642
+ 3,679
— 16,709
—5,505
—22,214
—3,479
-4,186
—7,665
-601,979
+ 783,013
+ 181,034
—673,464
+753,210
+79,746
4.66
13.30
1.58
19.59
32.11
20.71
4.92
0.83
2.43
5.98
22.24
14.06
76.16
35.72
68.52
1.38
1.77
0.51
79.57
12.75
34.62
6.77
4.03
4.94
4.48
11.33
0.89
4.79
9.42
0.36
Note.—Above figures do not include sales of packaged milk from the Vancouver area.    See Table IV.
Table IIIa.—Qualifying Milk Supplied by Licensed Producers,
Vancouver Area, 1958
Month
Total
(Pounds)
Class I
Class II
Class III
Pounds
Percent
Pounds
Percent
Pounds
Percent
January  	
February 	
29,452,854
27,797,594
34,050,699
37,087,657
41,991,202
35,878,528
33,484,396
32,107,009
32,027,332
33,809,541
30,950,472
31,665,890
19,320,322
17,980,828
19,795,295
19,788,008
20,303,906
19,200,952
20,793,408
20,875,563
20,095,410
20,942,261
19,360,318
19,602,419
65.59
64.68
58.13
53.35
48.35
53.52
62.10
65.02
62.74
61.94
62.55
61.90
4,043,056
5,876,638
8,892,649
11,884,998
11,332,723
9,329,213
7,586,213
6,451,107
7,688,629
13.73
21.14
26.12
32.05
26.99
26.00
22.66
20.09
24.01
6,089,476
3,940,128
5,362,755
5,414,651
10,354,573
7,348,363
5,104,775
4,780,339
4,243,293
12,867,280
8,607,555
3,673,832
20.68
14.18
15.75
14.60
24.66
20.48
July  	
August 	
September 	
15.24
14.89
13.29
38.06
November     	
December	
2,982,599
8,389,639
9.64
26.50
27.81
|    11.60
Totals 	
1957 totals.	
1958 compared to 1957
400,303,174
374,364,869
+25,938,305
(6.93%)
238,058,690
223,117,884
+ 14,940,806
59.47
59.60
—0.13
84,457,464
76,079,393
+ 8,378,071
21.10
20.32
+0.78
77,787,020
75,167,592
+2,619,428
19.43
20.08
—0.65
+ _= Increase.
: Decrease. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1958
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Table IIIb.—Qualifying Milk Supplied by Licensed Producers,
Vancouver Island Area, 1958
Total
(Pounds)
Class 1
Class II
Class III
Pounds
Percent
Pounds
PerCent
Pounds
PerCent
4,581,172
4,237,990
4,814,177
4,977,954
5,645,768
5,093,796
4,862,660
4,635,531
4,423,699
4,526,382
4,266,898
4,544,996
4,145,247
3,853,966
4,294,505
4,226,834
4,624,228
4,258,691
4,521,802
4,265,823
4,259,903
4,158,667
4,008,303
4,283,194
90.48
90.94
89.21
84.91
81.91
83.60
92.99
92.02
96.30
91.88
93.94
94.24
	
435,925
384,024
519,672
751,120
1,021,540
835,105
340,858
369,708
163,796
367,715
258.595
9.52
9.06
10.79
15.09
18.09
16.40
July
7.01
7.98
3.70
October	
	
8.12
6.06
December 	
261,802    |      5.76
56,611,023
54,519,079
+2,091,944
(3.831%)
50,901,163
50,241,807
+659,356
89.92
92.15
-2.23
5,709,860
4,277,272
-1,432,588
10.08
1957 totals     	
7.85
1958 compared to 1957	
—2.23
+ _= Increase.
Decrease.
Table IIIc—Kamloops-Okanagan Area, 1958
Month
Total
(Pounds)
Class
I
Class III
Class IIlA
Class IIIb
Pounds
Per
Cent
Pounds
Per
Cent
Pounds
Per
Cent
Pounds
Per
Cent
68.72
62.63
57.21
59.01
79.92
87.41
73.17
78.16
76.62
74.70
0.90
0.19
1.28
1.89
1.38
1.27
0.14
0.93
0.70
1.00
561,782
706,065
982,192
777,068
265,403
59,345
490,118
359,580
397,471
501,050
23.21
28.51
33.02
27.87
9.95
2.39
20.69
15.85
18.56
21.74
	
2,420,258
2,476,939
2,974,813
2,787,871
2,666,435
2,481,785
2,369,261
2,268,600
2,141,289
2,305,154
1,663,289
1,551,402
1,701,983
1,645,207
2,130,941
2,169,280
1,733,586
1,773,237
1,640,570
1,722,043
21,696
4,698
37,975
52,652
36,860
31,515
3,466
20,979
15,002
22,968
173,491
214,774
252,663
312,944
233,231
221,645
142,091
114,804
88,246
59,093
1,812,982
7.17
8.67
May. 	
June.. —   	
July   	
8.49
11.23
8.75
8.93
September.	
6.00
5.06
November.—  	
December.  	
4.12
2.56
24,892,405
17,731,538
71.23
247,811
1.00
5,100,074
20.49
Note.—The Kamloops-Okanagan area of production came under Milk Board orders on March 1st. Z 12 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IV.—Milk Shipments to Vancouver Island, 1958
Month
Packaged
Bulk in Cans
Bulk by
Tank Truck
Total
January	
February 	
March   _
April  	
May  	
June 	
July	
August	
September 	
October— 	
November  	
December	
Totals  _.
1957 totals  	
1958 as compared to 1957
Pounds
399,677
526,856
522,398
558,794
589,121
564,297
558,949
553,298
560,637
608,526
516,302
574,078
6,532,933
4,604,379
+ 1,928,554
Pounds
9,270
2,178
4,946
7,430
336,345
282,208
347,697
263,280
153,412
1,406,766
1,329,121
+77,645
Pounds
14,440
14,440
528,116
-513,676
Pounds
408,947
529,034
527,344
558,794
589,121
564,297
580,819
889,643
842,845
956,223
779,582
727,490
7,954,139
6,461,616
+ 1,492,523
+ _= Increase.
— = Decrease.
Table V.—Average Daily Production of Qualifying Milk, 1958
Month
Vancouver Area
Vancouver Island
Area
Kamloops-Okanagan
Area
Pounds
950,0921
992,7711
1,098,409
1,236,255
1,354,555
1,195,951
1,080,141
1,035,710
1,067,577
1,090,630
1,031,6831
1,021,4801
Pounds
147,780
151,357
155,296
165,932
182,122
169,793
156,860
149,533
147,4561
146,0121
142..9.2.91
Pounds
February  _ —
March   	
April  	
May       	
78,072
82,564
95,961
92,929
July   	
86,014
August      ,
September  —  	
October      	
80,057
78,975i
73,180i
71 37fil
December—   — —     	
146,6121             |                 74,3601
1
i Months during which producers' average daily production wilt be basis for calculating quotas for 1959/60.
Table VI.—Pick-up Prices for Dairy Feeds at Vancouver, B.C.1
Dec. 31,
1951
Dec. 31,
1952
Dec. 31,
1953
Dec. 31,
1954
Dec. 31,
1955
1956
Dec. 31,
1957
Dec. 31,
1958
Bran.
Shorts..
Wheat (Grade 5)_.
Barley-
Ground barley-
Oats  	
Ground oats 	
Dairy feed (16 per cent)..
Oilcake-meal	
Coconut-meal 	
Alfalfa hay (second cut)..
Local mixed hay 	
Per Ton
$67.00
69.00
70.00
72.00
74.00
69.00
71.00
81.00
114.00
56.00
41.00
Per Ton
$48.00
50.00
64.00
60.00
62.00
58.00
60.00
68.00
110.00
82.00
47.00
27.00
Per Ton
$42.00
44.00
64.00
46.00
48.00
51.00
53.00
62.00
98.00
73.00
42.00
24.00
Per Ton
$46.00
48.00
62.00
58.00
60.00
64.00
66.00
64.00
103.00
73.00
48.00
34.00
Per Ton
$54.00
56.00
58.00
58.00
60.00
60.00
62.00
67.00
105.00
73.00
48.00
34.00
Per Ton
$52.00
55.00
65.00
60.00
62.00
64.00
66.00
70.00
93.00
70.00
52.00
41.00
Per Ton
$47.00
49.00
56.00
52.00
54.00
54.00
56.00
65.00
88.00
36.66
30.00
Per Ton
$48.00
50.00
61.00
54.00
56.00
55.00
57.00
67.00
93.00
42.00
28.00
Reference:  Markets Bulletin, British Columbia Department of Agriculture. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1958
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