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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
for the
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31st
1959
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1960  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 Fourteenth Annual Report of the Milk Board under
that Act for the year ended December 31st, 1959.
THE MILK BOARD.
E. C. Carr, Chairman.
W. J. Anderson, Member.
J. D. Honeyman, Member.
Vancouver, B.C., January 20th, 1960.  Fourteenth Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31st, 1959
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, 1959.
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 three defined areas of production under Part III of the Act. They
are the Vancouver, the Vancouver Island, and the Kamloops-Okanagan areas.
MEMBERSHIP OF THE BOARD
There was not any change in the membership of the Board during the year.
Members are Ernest C. Carr (Chairman), Walton J. Anderson, Ph.D., and John D.
Honeyman.
BOARD MEETINGS
There were not any public hearings held during the year.
The Board met twenty-nine 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. 271/1957, 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?
5 S 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Court of Appeal heard arguments on these questions from December 1st
to December 9th, 1958, and on February 11th, 1959, reasons for judgment in this
reference were given by the Honourable Chief Justice DesBrisay, the Honourable
Mr. Justice Coady, the Honourable Mr. Justice Davey, the Honourable Mr. Justice
Sheppard, and the Honourable Mr. Justice Sidney Smith.
To Question (1) all the Honourable Justices answered that the Milk Industry
Act is intra vires of the Legislative Assembly, and to Question (2), with Mr. Justice
Davey dissenting, that Order No. 5 is intra vires of the Milk Board.
An appeal from the Court of Appeal for British Columbia to the Supreme
Court of Canada on this reference was heard in Ottawa commencing on December
14th.   At December 31st this Court had not rendered its decision.
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
1959/60 licences issued, cancelled, and in effect at December 31st follows:—
Area of Production Class I Class II
Vancouver—
Issued from April 1st, 1959  20 2,419
Cancelled  166
In effect December 31st, 1959  20 2,253
Vancouver Island—
Issued from April 1st, 1959  50 329
Cancelled  4 10
In effect December 31st, 1959  46 319
Kamloops-Okanagan—
Issued from April 1st, 1959  23 258
Cancelled     3 18
In effect December 31st, 1959  20 240
Totals—
Issued from April 1st, 1959  93 3,006
Cancelled     7 194
In effect December 31 st, 1959  86 2,812 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1959
S 7
Summary of Class II Licence Suspensions and Cancellations re Farm Premises,
Milk Quality, and Adulteration of Milk, January 1st to December 31st, 1959
Farm
Premises
Milk
Area of Production
Quality
Adulteration
Vancouver—
Under suspension January 1st ._ —
6
116
83
35
4
1
10
9
2
2
5
5
2
45
29
14
2
5
4
1
3
Reinstated      ._  	
Cancelled  	
2
1
Vancouver Island—
Suspended-  	
Kamloops-Okanagan—
Totals—
Under suspension January 1st-   	
9
131
97
39
4
50
33
15
2
3
2
Cancelled _  	
Under suspension December 31st	
1
ENFORCEMENT
During the year, Court proceedings were taken on one occasion only. A vendor was charged in Magistrate's Court with failure to comply with the provisions
of Board Orders respecting the furnishing of reports, and found guilty.
BOARD ORDERS
General Order No. 15 was made and passed on February 11th, to come into
operation on March 1st. It amended General Order No. 5 by adding subsection (c)
to section 22.
General Order No. 16 was made and passed on April 22nd, to come into
operation on May 1st. This Order amended section 16 of General Order No. 5, to
change from 1948-57 to 1949-58 the base period used in the formula for determining the Class I accounting value for qualifying milk of 4.0 per cent butter-fat
content.
General Order No. 17 was made and passed on May 22nd, to come into operation on that date. It amended sections 15, 16, and 29 of General Order No. 5,
to provide for handling and payment of Class IIIb qualifying milk in the Vancouver
Island area of production.
General Order No. 18 was made and passed on December 18th, to come into
operation on January 1st, 1960. This order repealed and replaced General Orders
Nos. 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17. It will be the only Order of the
Board in operation on January 1st, 1960. S 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
STATISTICAL TABLES
Table Ia.—Sales, Vancouver Area
Standard
Milk
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Low-fat
Milk
1947, 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
72,379,974
75,059,514
6,260,495
5,713,429
6,186,167
6,109,446
6,121,752
5,966,367
6,042,845
6,010,366
5,987,329
6,350,577
5,939,686
6,078,899
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
1,840,033
1,466,994
107,945
96,976
106,007
96,576
100,925
94,017
89,255
88,100
87,529
90,614
86,869
88,768
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
1,234,921
1,520,466
109,654
109,446
112,709
120,653
124,417
125,350
122,631
115,608
128,154
145,392
129,544
107,399
Quarts
701,241
641,395
655,677
656,740
676,520
734,489
821,043
866,805
965,606
1,160,729
1,252,220
1,452,117
91,648
92,944
97,023
106,821
115,058
128,401
154,861
131,947
97,399
96,049
86,032
83,972
Quarts
194R,totals
1949, totals
1950, totals	
1951,totals
1957,totals
1953, totals
1954, totals
1955, totals
1956, totals
1957, totals
1958, totals
1959—
352,523
335,911
367,238
389,636
411,417
404,374
382,892
390,858
415,808
May	
June	
July        	
October	
November	
December
467,000
453,536
463,779
Totals   -
72,767,358
1,133,581
1,450,957
1,282,155
4,834,972
Skim-milk
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Butter-fat)
Table and
Sour Cream
(18%
Butter-fat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butter-fat)
All Products
1947, totals	
1948, totals	
1949, totals	
1950, totals	
1951, totals	
1952, totals	
1953, totals-	
1954, totals	
1955, totals	
1956, totals	
1957, totals	
1958, totals	
1959—
January	
February—
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September-
October	
November-
December.-
Totals-
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
2,670,306
5,044,873
195,551
181,890
198,947
203,420
203,956
197,746
183,287
176,688
179,228
191,698
187,063
185,596
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
4,763,631
4,761,745
403,506
369,865
398,151
397,909
398,671
390,097
393,037
401,617
399,762
421,556
397,888
427,127
Quarts
813,716
744,281
666,995
673,749
586,175
515,753
509,446
525,790
486,929
496,143
483,632
509,669
40,810
38,445
42,240
42,061
45,330
48,125
49,680
48,769
46,190
45,541
41,571
55,157
Quarts
185,383
283,474
344,759
336,393
305,907
323,694
351,907
372,839
417,025
437,700
477,923
507,843
38,965
38,783
44,344
44,475
57,190
58,339
51,440
39,263
37,793
49,465
38,573
56,397
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
81,206,252
85,102,640
90,353,221
7,601,097
6,977,689
7,552,826
7,510,997
7,578,716
7,412,816
7,469,928
7,403,216
7,379,192
7,857,892
7,360,762
7,547,094
2,285,070
4,799,186
543,919
555,027
89,652,225 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1959
Table Ib.—Sales, Vancouver Island Area
S9
Standard
Milk
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Low-fat
Milk
1948, totals	
1949, totals	
1950, totals	
1951, totals	
1952, totals	
1953, totals	
1954, totals	
1955, totals	
1956, totals	
1957, totals _
1958, totals	
1959—
January	
February-
March	
April 	
May	
June	
July —
August	
September-
October-	
November.
December-
Totals
Quarts
10,403,590
10,901,354
11,172,670
11,046,294
11,504,552
12,365,547
13,737,064
14,583,125
15,350,166
17,200,082
17,472,341
1,460,270
1,331,789
1,448,904
1,412,626
1,472,500
1,465,223
1,458,217
1,462,799
1,417,697
1,546,915
1,407,503
1,444,798
Quarts
2,790,591
2,663,182
2,634,493
2,162,188
2,598,236
2,661,500
2,553,361
2,347,012
2,072,955
1,579,399
1,252,288
95,738
85,854
94,153
90,480
90,090
86,806
83,172
80,335
79,759
85,492
74,659
82,621
Quarts
131,413
227,983
198,403
193,209
166,881
153,848
147,207
156,365
161,709
154,893
151,129
11,550
11,694
12,199
13,274
13,447
13,444
11,868
11,429
12,697
14,608
12,627
11,111
Quarts
57,681
79,084
75,491
70,252
65,009
80,286
99,783
120,804
110,643
101,329
115,584
7,463
8,386
9,727
11,105
11,157
13,788
13,629
12,467
9,851
10,341
9,474
8,146
17,329,241
1,029,159
149,948
125,534
Quarts
31,205
30,600
37,978
37,484
38,668
38,596
36,496
35,665
36,586
39,377
37,324
39,196
439,175
Skim-milk
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Butter-fat)
Table and
Sour Cream
(18%
Butter-fat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butter-fat)
All Products
1948, totals       -
Quarts
50,767
104,821
66,651
109,169
146,865
190,937
251,054
286,252
300,284
367,163
618,758
30,364
30,082
33,557
32,778
35,119
34,059
32,641
31,413
29,388
32,234
30,559
30,675
Quarts
640,580
649,353
638,244
572,266
601,216
640,143
666,075
684,998
693,278
717,954
721,633
60,308
55,371
61,562
59,795
62,172
63,510
65,214
66,948
62,382
66,146
59,466
64,978
Quarts
154,705
132,673
128,629
114,075
101,157
97,840
94,498
91,500
77,611
64,161
41,947
3,217
2,869
3,196
2,732
3,193
3,091
3,117
2,953
3,715
2,837
2,682
4,518
Quarts
94,326
109,022
107,141
97,257
107,426
120,173
137,534
144,391
144,714
155,147
147,482
10,329
9,952
11,511
10,908
13,621
18,581
14,745
11,704
9,734
12,847
10,423
14,244
Quarts
14,323,653
1949, totals  	
1950, totals  -
1951, totals    	
14,867,482
15,021,722
14,364,710
1952, totals- 	
1953, totals —
15,291,342
16,310,274
17 686,576
1955, totals—	
1956, totals  	
1957, totals  -
1958, totals 	
1959—
January  -	
18,414,447
18,911,360
20,340,128
20,521,162
1,710,444
1 566 597
1,712,787
1,671,182
1,739,967
1,737,098
1,719,099
May 	
July      	
August 	
September  _
October.  	
November -	
December  	
1,715,713
1,661,809
1,810,797
1,644,717
1,700,287
382,869
747,852
38,120
148,599
20,390,497
Note.—Above figures do not include packaged sales from Vancouver area. S 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table Ic—Sales, Kamloops-Okanagan Area
Standard
Millc
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Skim-milk
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Butter-fat)
Table and
Sour
Cream
(18%
Butter-fat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butter-fat)
All Products
1958, totals1-
1959—
January	
February—-.
March	
April	
May	
June -	
July	
August	
September-
October 	
November-
December—
Quarts
6,513,212
625,850
585,023
642,918
641,676
665,203
687,231
818,688
838,769
683,052
718,755
662,585
693,273
Quarts
126,997
8,795
9,816
10,595
11,816
12,977
18,251
19,451
13,110
12,448
9,855
9,885
Quarts
41,921
2,873
3,188
4,072
4,878
5,900
6,895
10,858
9,270
5,138
5,530
4,937
5,042
Quarts
52,652
3,389
3,261
3,659
4,283
4,790
5,059
6,187
6,404
4,786
4,230
4,350
4,345
Quarts
189,496
17,784
16,981
19,267
18,541
21,035
21,088
24,743
26,996
24,328
24,030
21,928
23,337
Quarts
4,152
357
656
307
349
398
471
538
466
483
351
303
572
Quarts
36,879
3,185
2,761
3,710
3,293
4,115
5,173
5,133
4,220
3,675
4,375
3,472
5,198
Quarts
6,965,309
661,926
620,665
683,749
683,615
713,257
738,894
884,398
905,576
734,572
769,719
707,430
741,652
Totals-
8,263,023 |    145,487 |      68,581  |      54,743
260,058
5,251  |      48,310 |    8,845,453
1 1958 totals are for the ten months March to December, inclusive.
Note.—Above figures do not include packaged  sales from Vancouver area.
Table IIa.—Sales, Vancouver Area, 1959 as Compared to 1958
Product
1958, Quarts
1959, 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	
Low-fat 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	
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
31,296,448
41,470,910
72,767,358
887,296
246,285
1,133,581
310,262
1,140,695
1,450,957
226,344
1,055,811
1,282,155
1,453,869
831,201
2,285,070
2,823,049
2,011,923
4,834,972
1,135,007
3,664,179
4,799,186
83,900
460,019
543,919
84,730
470,297
555,027
38,300,905
51,351,320
89,652,225
-2,325,463
+3,307
-2,322,156
—301,210
—32,203
— 333,413
+ 1,287
—70,796
—69,509
—41,642
— 128,320
— 169,962
-1,747,558
-1,012,245
-2,759,803
2,823,049
2,011,923
4,834,972
—52,394
+89,835
+37,441
—5,762
+40,012
+34,250
+3,001
+44,183
+47,184
-1,646,692
+945,696
—700,996
6.91
0.007
3.09
25.34
11.56
22.72
0.41
5.84
4.57
15.53
10.83
11.70
54.58
54.91
54.70
4.41
2.51
0.78
6.42
9.52
6.72
3.67
10.36
9.29
4.12
1.87
0.77
Note.—Sales of low-fat milk in 1958 were included with the skim-milk sales. report of the milk board, 1959 s 11
Table IIb.—Sales, Vancouver Island Area, 1959 as Compared to 1958
1958, Quarts
1959, Quarts
Increase (+) or Decrease (—)
Quarts
Per Cent
Standard milk—
Retail   ....
10,701,540
6,770,801
17,472,341
1,156,491
95,797
1,252,288
57,526
93,603
151,129
53,982
61,602
115,584
524,669
94,089
618,758
10,027,972
7,301,269
17,329,241
970,250
58,909
1,029,159
56,429
93,519
149,948
51,044
74,490
125,534
296,999
85,870
382,869
371,024
68,151
439,175
271,369
476,483
747,852
4,145
33,975
38,120
43,631
104,968
148,599
12,092,863
8,297,634
20,390,497
—673,568
+530,468
— 143,100
— 186,239
—36,888
-223,129
— 1,097
—84
— 1,181
—2,938
+ 12,888
+9,950
-227,670
—8,219
—235,889
371,024
68,151
439,175
— 10,877
+37,096
+26,219
— 144
—3,683
—3,827
-4,274
+5,391
+ 1,117
—735,785
+605,120
— 130,665
6.29
7.83
Total      - 	
0.82
Special milk—
Retail                        	
16.10
Wholesale 	
Total	
38.50
19.36
Chocolate drink—■
Retail  	
1.90
0.09
Total—             .
0.78
Buttermilk—■
Retail   	
5.44
20.92
Total	
8.60
Skim-milk—
Retail              ...
43.39
8.73
Total	
38.12
Low-fat milk—
Retail	
Total	
Substandard cream—
Retail	
282,246
439,387
721,633
4,289
37,658
41,947
47,905
99,577
147,482
12,828,648
7,692,514
20,521,162
3.85
8.44
Total	
3.63
Table cream—
Retail	
3.35
9.78
Total	
9.12
Whipping cream—
Retail— ,
8.92
5.41
Total	
0.75
Total sales (quarts)—
Retail	
5.73
7.86
Total _   .
0.63
Note.—1. Sales of low-fat milk in 1958 were included with the skim-milk sales.
2. Above figures do not include sales of packaged milk from the Vancouver area (see Table IV). S 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table lie.—Sales, Kamloops-Okanagan Area, 1959 as Compared to 1958,
for the Months of March to December, Inclusive
Product
1958, Quarts
1959, Quarts
Increase (+) or Decrease (—)
Quarts
Per Cent
Standard milk—
Retail	
3,524,747
2,988,465
6,513,212
43,873
83,124
126,997
16,863
25,058
41,921
23,731
28,921
52,652
52,133
137,363
189,496
1,714
2,438
4,152
8,325
28,554
36,879
3,671,386
3,293,923
6,965,309
4,009,266
3,042,884
7,052,150
39,894
88,310
128,204
23,506
39,014
62,520
33,301
14,792
48,093
64,690
160,603
225,293
900
3,338
4,238
10,876
31,488
42,364
4,182,433
3,380,429
7,562,862
+484,519
+54,419
+538,938
—3,979
+5,186
+ 1,207
+6,643
+ 13,956
+20,599
+9,570
-14,129
—4,559
+ 12,557
+23,240
+35,797
—814
+900
+86
+2,551
+2,934
+5,485
+511,047
+86,506
+597,553
13.74
1.82
Total --   	
Chocolate drink—
Retail 	
Wholesale  	
Total—     	
8.27
9.06
6.23
0.95
Buttermilk—
Retail	
39.39
Wholesale -	
Total 	
Skim-milk—
Retail   -	
55.69
49.13
40.32
Wholesale—   _
Total  -   	
Substandard cream—
Retail —	
48.85
8.65
24.08
16.91
Total	
18.89
Table cream—
Retail    	
47.49
36.91
Total.	
Whipping cream—
Retail     _    	
Wholesale 	
Total    — _ .. .
Total sales (quarts)—
Retail  	
2.07
30.64
10.27
14.87
13.91
Wholesale   	
Total	
2.62
8.57
Note.—These comparisons are of sales during the period March to December, inclusive, in each year.
Table IIIa.—Qualifying Milk Supplied by Licensed Producers,
Vancouver Area, 1959
Total
(Pounds)
Class I
Class II
Class III
Pounds
PerCent
Pounds
PerCent
Pounds
PerCent
32,313,520
30,662,831
36,531,282
37,321,629
43,306,511
39,344,087
38,252,013
37,448,311
34,008,973
34,356,825
31,373,157
32,812,368
19,913,012
18,243,251
19,759,306
19,628,508
19,788,768
19,382,751
19,519,396
19,355,207
19,432,698
20,808,396
19,539,151
19,888,899
61.63
59.50
54.09
52.59
45.69
49.26
51.03
51.69
57.14
60.57
62.28
60.61
7,959,779
8,184,093
9,645,984
10,008,364
12,610,616
10,548,188
9,857,611
8,046,783
7,156,826
6,858,168
2,270,026
24.63
26.69
26.40
26.82
29.12
26.81
25.77
21.49
21.04
19.96
6.92
4,440,729
4,235,487
7,125,992
7,684,757
10,907,127
9,413,148
8,875,006
10,046,321
7,419,449
6,690,261
11,834,006
10,653,443
13.74
February —
March - 	
April 	
May 	
June   -	
July   	
13.81
19.51
20.59
25.19
23.93
23.20
26.82
September 	
October	
November-	
December	
21.82
19.47
37.72
32.47
Totals	
1958 totals-	
427,731,507
400,303,174
235,259,343
238,058,690
55.00
59.47
93,146,438
84,457,464
21.78
21.10
99,325,726
77,787,020
23.22
19.43
1959 compared to 1958
+27,428,333
(6.85%)
—2,799,347
(1.17%)
-4.47
+ 8,688,974
(10.29%)
+ 0.68
+21,538,706
(27.69%)
+3.79
+=Increase.
— --Decrease REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1959
S 13
Table IIIb.—Qualifying Milk Supplied by Licensed Producers,
Vancouver Island Area, 1959
Month
Total
(Pounds)
Class I
Class III
Class Ill-
Pounds
PerCent
Pounds
PerCent
Pounds
PerCent
4,701,346
4,320,525
4,997,594
5,083,725
5,690,544
5,266,412
5,162,733
4,945,000
4,691,023
4,744,077
4,468,569
4,700,813
4,337,172
3,998,954
4,383,152
4,270,550
4,487,879
4,479,028
4,383,198
4,403,742
4,183,778
4,459,111
3,992,433
4,264,648
92.25
92.56
87.71
84.00
78.86
85.05
85.00
89.05
89.19
93.99
89.35
90.72
364,174
321,571
614,442
740,645
969,973
484,057
772,501
531,058
458,286
237,618
434,894
297,509
7.75
7.44
12.29
14.56
17.05
9.19
14.86
10.74
9.77
5.01
9.73
6.33
72,530
232,692
303,327
7,034
10,200
48,959
47,348
41,242
138,656
1.44
May    —  .
June       	
July	
4.09
5.76
0.14
August — -.
September 	
October-	
November 	
December	
0.21
1.04
1.00
0.92
2.95
Totals	
1958 totals   '
58,772,361
56,611,023
51,643,645
50,901,163
87.87
89.92
6,226,728
5,709,860
10.59
10.08
901,988
1.53
1959 compared to 1958
+2,161,338
(3.82%)
+742,482
(1.45%)
+2.05
+516,868
(9.05%)
+0.51
+901,988
+ 1.53
=Increase.
-—Decrease.
Table IIIc.—Kamloops-Okanagan Area, 1959
Month
Total
(Pounds)
Class I
Class III
Class HlA
Class IIIb
Pounds
Per
Cent
Pounds
Per
Cent
Pounds
Per
Cent
Pounds
Per
Cent
2,444,116
2,272,405
2,649,925
2,726,951
3,179,210
3,032,238
2,938,720
2.777,037
2,575,569
2,561,639
2,389.331
2,587,112
1,702,799
1,596,554
1,758,869
1,758,199
1,834,949
1,900,376
2,313,411
2,330,136
1,890,284
1,979,645
1,820.193
1,915,163
69.67
70.26
66.37
64.47
57.72
62.67
78.72
83.91
73.39
77.28
76.18
74.03
26,539
40,526
55,788
51,747
50,840
70,005
195,994
98,569
156,529
170,760
143,414
123,294
1.09
1.78
2.11
1.90
1.60
2.31
6.67
3.55
6.08
6.67
6.00
4.76
603,899
547,462
726,899
679,281
1,058.690
828,174
140,598
113,749
391,870
280,126
221,935
431,153
24.71
24.09
27.43
24.91
33.30
27.31
4.79
4.09
15.22
10.93
9.29
16.66
110,879
87,863
108,369
237,724
234,731
233.683
4.53
February—   —   ■
March — 	
April   _	
May — 	
3.87
4.09
8.72
7.38
7.71
July        _
August ..— —
288,717 |    9.82
234,583 j    8.45
136,886 |    5.31
October— - -	
November  	
December - 	
131,108 |    5.12
203,789 1     8.53
117,502 1    4.55
Totals	
32,134,253
22,800,578
70.95
1,184,005
3.86
6,023,836 |  18.75
2 125.^34 1    6.62
27,417,732
24,892,405
19,501.225
17,731,538
71.13
71.23
1,116.940
247,811
4.07
1.00
4,872,475 | 17.77
5,100,074 | 20.49
1,927,092 |    7j03
1.812 9«2 1    7.28
19591 compared to 1958
+2,525,327
(10.14%)
+ 1,769.687
(9.98%)
—0.10
4-869.129
(350.72%)
+ 3.07
—227,599 j—2.72
(4.46%)
+ 114.110
(6.29%)
—0.25
1 As the Kamloops-Okanagan area of production only came under Milk Board order on March 1st, 1958,
the comparison between 1959 and 1958 is for the months of March to December in each year.
+ _= Increase. — = Decrease. S 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IV.—Milk Shipments to Vancouver Island, 1959
Month
Packaged
Bulk in Cans
Bulk by
Tank Truck
Total
January -_
February-
March	
April	
May	
June 	
July .-
August	
September-
October	
November-
December—
Totals-
1958 totals	
1959 as compared to 1958 -
Pounds
598,552
572,369
641,393
678,028
625,986
649,582
655,319
635,406
620.478
659,816
650,638
634,145
Pounds
4,400
42,890
20,400
102,020
208,900
250,665
119,560
7,621,712
6,532,933
748,835
1,406,766
-1,088,779
-657,931
Pounds
51,000
6,120
57,120
14,440
-42,680
Pounds
649,552
578,489
641,393
678,028
630,386
649,582
698,209
655,806
722,498
868,716
901,303
753,705
8,427,667
7,954,139
|       +473,528
Increase.
: Decrease.
Table V.—Average Daily Production of Qualifying Milk, 1959
Month
Area of Production
Vancouver
Vancouver Island
Kamloops-Okanagan
January   	
Pounds
1,042.3711
1,095,1011
1,178,428
1,244,054
1,396,984
1,311,470
1,233,935
1,208,010
1,133,632
1,108.284
1,045,7721
1,058,4631
Pounds
151,6561
154,304
161,212
169,457
183,566
175,547
166,539
159,516
156,367
153,0351
148.9521
151,6391
Pounds
78,842i
81,157i
85,481
April .._    _   __
May  	
90,898
102,555
101,074
July-   	
94,797
89,582
85,852
October
82,6331
79.6441
83,455
1 Months during which producers' average daily production will be basis for calculating daily milk quotas
for 1960-61.
Table VI.—Pick-up Prices for Dairy Feeds at Vancouver, B.C.1
Dec. 31,
1952
Dec. 31,
1953
Dec. 31,
1954
Dec. 31,
1955
Dec. 31,
1956
Dec. 31,
1957
Dec, 31,
1958
Dec, 31,
1959
Bran 	
Shorts-	
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
Per Ton
$48.00
50.00
61.00
54,00
56.00
55.00
57.00
67.00
93.00
42.00
28.00
Per Ton
$49.00
53.00
Wheat (Grade 5)-	
63.00
Barley.     	
54.00
56.00
Oats       .--.
62.00
64.00
67.00
93.00
	
36.00
30.00
44.00
32.00
i Reference:   Markets Bulletin, British Columbia Department of Agriculture. REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1959
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