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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
for the
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31
1963
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1964
  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 Eighteenth Annual Report of the Milk Board under
that Act for the year ended December 31, 1963.
THE MILK BOARD.
E. C. Carr, Chairman.
W. J. Anderson, Member.
J. D. Honeyman, Member.
Vancouver, B.C., January 31,1964.
  Eighteenth Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31, 1963
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 31, 1963.
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
The Milk Industry Act Amendment Act, 1963, was passed at the 1963 Session
of the Legislature.
AREAS OF PRODUCTION
Order in Council No. 1590/63, approved by His Honour the Lieutenant-
Governor on June 21st, defined the East and West Kootenay area of production,
and Order in Council No. 2624/63, approved by His Honour the Lieutenant-
Governor on October 16th, defined the Cariboo and Central British Columbia
area of production. With the addition of these two new areas, there are now five
defined areas of production under Part III of the Act. Those previously defined
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 24 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.
LICENSING
Under the provisions of General Order No. 18, two classes of licences are
issued by the Board. Vendors and milk jobbers are required to obtain a Class I
licence, and producers a Class II licence. Both licences are issued for a period of
12 months, or portion thereof, ending on March 31st of the period in respect of
which they are issued. A summary of 1963/64 licences issued, cancelled, and in
effect at December 31st follows:—
Area of Production Class I Class II
Vancouver—
Issued from April 1, 1963   18 1,983
Cancelled   221
In effect December 31, 1963   18 1,762
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Area of Production Class I
Vancouver Island—
Issued from April 1, 1963   35
Cancelled 	
In effect December 31, 1963
35
Class II
269
28
241
Kamloops-Okanagan—
Issued from April 1, 1963
Cancelled 	
24
In effect December 31, 1963   24
Totals—
Issued from April 1, 1963   77
Cancelled   	
In effect December 31, 1963   77
210
25
185
2,462
274
2,188
Summary of Class II Licence Suspensions and Cancellations re Farm Premises,
Milk Quality, and Adulteration of Milk, January 1 to December 31, 1963
Area of Production
Milk
Quality
Adulteration
Vancouver—
Under suspension January 1st _
Suspended 	
Reinstated	
Cancelled	
Under suspension December 31st-
Vancouver Island—
Under suspension January IsL-	
Suspended	
Cancelled	
Under suspension December 31st-
Kamloops-Okanagan—
Under suspension January 1st	
Suspended -   	
Reinstated  	
Cancelled    —
Under suspension December 31st..
Totals—
Under suspension January 1st	
Suspended—   	
Reinstated— 	
Cancelled.— — 	
Under suspension December 31st-
BOARD ORDERS
General Order No. 28 (B.C. Reg. 77/63), made on April 23rd, to come into
operation on May 1st, amended General Order No. 18 (B.C. Reg. 498/59).
General Order No. 29 (B.C. Reg. 94/63), made on May 23rd, to come into
operation on June 1st, further amended General Order No. 18 (B.C. Reg. 498/59).
General Order No. 30 (B.C. Reg. 107/63), made on June 24th, to come into
operation on July 1st, further amended General Order No. 18 (B.C. Reg. 498/59).
General Order No. 31 (B.C. Reg. 180/63), made on October 15th, section 1
to come into operation on November 1st and section 2 to come into operation on
January 1st, 1964, further amended General Order No. 18 (B.C. Reg. 498/59).
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1963
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General Order No. 32 (B.C. Reg. 5/64), made on December 19th, to come
into operation on January 1st, 1964, further amended General Order No. 18
(B.C. Reg. 498/59), to bring the East and West Kootenay and the Cariboo and
Central British Columbia areas of production under the provisions of Part III of
the Act.
STATISTICAL TABLES
Table Ia.—Sales, Vancouver Area
Standard
Milk
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Low-fat
Milk
Diet
"900"
1953, totals...
1954,totals-
1955, totals.-
1956, totals-
1957, totals-.
1958, totals-
1959, totals-
1960, totals-
1961, totals...
1962, totals...
1963—
January	
February-
March	
April	
May	
June	
July-
August-
September	
October	
November	
December	
Totals-
Quarts
54,995,537
58,224,673
62,076,800
68,295,504
72,379,974
75,059,514
72,767,358
73,353,420
72,951,614
71,418,339
5,971,076
5,503,249
6,083,298
5,882,426
6,001,502
5,679,877
5,813,496
6,079,107
5,869,775
6,099,466
5,943,494
5,804,712
70,731,478
Quarts
4,894,773
4,336,593
3,658,624
2,942,087
1,840,033
1,466,994
1,133,581
889,975
710,396
545,270
42,738    |
38,729
42,117
40,495
40,342
37,948
41,445
39,744
39,042
36,522
35,591
36,068
Quarts
826,203
835,221
1,003,771
1,337,600
1,234,921
1,520,466
1,450,957
1,575,509
1,624,440
1,537,915
126,151
126,977
137,170
128,006
161,775
143,557
128,121
148,818
178,767
175,795
150,893
128,375
Quarts
821,043
866,805
965,606
1,160,729
1,252,220
1,452,117
1,282,155
1,265,991
1,285,499
1,214,737
82,627
86,753
100,314
102,675
132,481
125,403
118,186
136,557
108,959
95,836
87,814
82,125
470,781    1    1,734,405
1,259,730
Quarts
4,834,972
6,029,053
7,083,670
8,265,325
761,813
713,724
810,803
785,100
813,230
777,333
767,516
835,428
879,254
940,058
934,962
921,165
Quarts
294,279
77,451
3,760
3,549
3,825
3,497
1,606
9,940,386
16,237
Skim-milk
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Butterfat)
Table and
Sour Cream
(18%
Butterfat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butterfat)
All Products
1953, totals..
1954, totals-
1955, totals..
1956, totals..
1957, totals..
1958, totals..
1959, totals-
1960, totals..
1961, totals .
1962, totals..
1963—
January —
February-
March	
April	
May	
June 	
July-
August	
September-
October	
November-
December—
Quarts
1,381,368
1,564,299
1,678,902
1,807,138
2,670,306
5,044,873
2,285,070
2,244,724
2,264,704
2,242,057
192,503
182,364
207,893
200,841
210,760
199,460
169,273
190,831
199,621
206,154
201,729
195,569
Quarts
4,640,308
4,571,347
4,655,092
4,729,351
4,763,631
4,761,745
4,799,186
4,808,024
4,733,978
4,813,804
403,662
368,801
408,340
393,986
393,993
388,687
405,016
416,054
382,481
413,084
411,527
415,132
Quarts
509,446
525,790
486,929
496,143
483,632
509,669
543,919
577,335
581,310
583,773
42,597
40,826
45,402
45,214
48,024
49,146
52,094
52,851
45,849
46,296
46,540
55,734
Quarts
351,907
372,839
417,025
437,700
477,923
507,843
555,027
580,891
567,498
613,112
41,699
43,084
49,179
53,024
56,854
71,604
56,311
47,197
40,637
53,490
46,158
60,544
Quarts
68,420,585
71,297,567
74,942,749
81,206,252
85,102,640
90,353,221
89,652,225
91,324,922
91,897,388
91,311,783
7,668,626
7,108,056
7,888,341
7,635,264
7,860,567
7,473,015
7,551,458
7,946,587
7,744,385
8,066,701
7,858,708
7,699,424
Totals..
2,356,998
4,800,763
570,573
619,781
92,501,132
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table Ib.—Sales, Vancouver Island Area
Standard
Milk
Special
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Low-fat
Milk
1953, totals	
1954, totals	
1955, totals	
1956, totals	
1957, totals	
1958, totals-	
1959, totals	
1960, totals	
1961, totals	
1962, totals	
1963—
January	
February	
March	
April	
May 	
June	
July	
August;	
September	
October	
November—
December—
Totals
Quarts
12,365,547
13,737,064
14,583,125
15,350,166
17,200,082
17,472,341
17,329,241
17,645,670
18,236,327
18,968,023
1,604,248
1,530,068
1,703,781
1,664,218
1,712,006
1,628,028
1,734,175
1,816,648
1,676,131
1,767,535
1,718,351
1,652,169
Quarts
2,661,500
2,553,361
2,347,012
2,072,955
1,579,399
1,252,288
1,029,159
861,351
807,781
747,430
59,380
43,868
40,030
46,493
48,409
45,167
45,098
44,798
45,856
47,547
46,662
47,265
20,207,358
560,573
Quarts
153,848
147,207
156,365
161,709
154,893
151,129
149,948
161,304
178,569
206,171
15,809
15,443
17,113
15,997
22,178
21,019
15,303
18,244
21,534
21,193
17,353
15,388
Quarts
80,286
99,783
120,804
110,643
101,329
115,584
125,534
127,476
138,285
147,697
9,999
10,611
12,397
12,786
14,594
14,393
13,512
15,980
12,351
11,492
11,877
9,826
216,574
149,818
Quarts
439,175
502,271
632,323
867,196
83,402
94,041
95,188
96,744
94,990
93,782
98,965
101,140
111,773
115,020
110.742
1,180,667
Skim-milk
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Butterfat)
Table and
Sour Cream
(18%
Butterfat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butterfat)
All Products
1953, totals-
1954, totals-
1955, totals _
1956, totals-
1957, totals...
1958, totals-
1959, totals-
1960, totals-
1961, totals .
1962, totals-
1963—
January-
February-
Marcli	
April —
May._
June.
July_
August	
September-
October	
November-
December-
Quarts
190,937
251,054
286,252
300,284
367,163
618,758
382,869
410,277
456,157
481,745
40,600
39,259
44,653
44,028
44,839
44,038
41,950
43,494
42,133
44,635
45,433
42,225
Quarts
640,143
666,075
684,998
693,278
717,954
721,633
747,852
761,341
764,239
825,019
65,501
62,242
69,961
69,731
68,212
70,992
76,197
80,407
70,523
74,187
71,384
74,018
Totals	
517,287
853,355
Quarts
97,840
94,498
91,500
77,611
64,161
41,947
38,120
46,181
67,697
103,071
6,694
6,768
7,409
8,401
9,102
1L012
11,309
13,021
9,669
8,708
7,805
9,985
Quarts
120,173
137,534
144,391
144,714
155,147
147,482
148,599
150,438
144,879
154,493
9,049
10,554
12,410
13,100
13,342
20,725
17,433
13,933
11,446
14,187
12,435
16,206
109,883
164,820
Quarts
16,310,274
17,686,576
18,414,447
18,911,360
20,340,128
20,521,162
20,390,497
20,666,309
21,426,257
22,500,845
1,896,160
1,802,215
2,001,795
1,969,942
2,029,426
1,950,364
2,048,759
2,145,490
1,990,783
2,101,257
2,046.320
1,977,824
23,960,335
Note.—Above figures do not include packaged sales from Vancouver area.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1963
Table lc—Sales, Kamloops-Okanagan Area
Y 9
Standard
Milk
Chocolate
Drink
Buttermilk
Skim-milk
Low-fat
Milk
September-
October-	
November-
December—
Totals..
1959, totals.
1960, totals-
1961, totals.
1962, totals.
1963—
January-
February.
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August-
Quarts
8,263,023
9,007,292
9,254,342
9,355,560
723,527
687,083
766,247
768,545
790.239
812,764
973.531
1.128,304
790,612
833,476
805,283
787,388
9,866,999
Quarts
145,487
166,886
151,129
141,341
8,177
8,429
9,507
9,300
11,881
13,344
21,639
25.467
15,106
14,149
11,276
10,214
158,489
Quarts
68,581
106,824
119,315
125,210
7,001
7,678
9,241
9,562
12,519
14,696
15,510
14,775
11,408
9,511
7,626
6,727
Quarts
54,743
66,414
67,250
60,689
4,269
4,261
5,274
5,253
5,838
5,943
6,334
10,380
5,739
5,758
5,675
4,950
126,254
69,674
Quarts
152,831
206,801
300,423
27,811
27,959
32,017
31,745
33,773
35,623
49,070
54,402
39,744
42,128
41,474
41,068
456,814
Substandard
Cream
(9%
Butterfat)
Table and
Sour Cream
(18%
Butterfat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butterfat)
All
Products
1959, totals-
1960, totals.:.
1961, totals-
1962, totals-
1963—
January	
February-
March	
April	
May —
June	
July-
August	
September-
October	
November-
December—
Totals-
Quarts
260,058
293,564
307,780
340,516
25,952
25,240
25,161
28,430
29,074
30,956
38,970
42,272
31,378
32,003
30,930
30,244
I
Quarts
5,251
7,065
11,638
15,466
1,128
1,163
1,332
1,236
1,555
1,936
2,462
2,297
1,649
1,697
1,563
2,347
370,610 20,365
Quarts
48,310
52,438
51,007
55,526
4,069
4,159
4,739
4,859
4,895
6,422
6,583
5,998
4,322
5,415
4,665
6,192
62,318
Quarts
8,845,453
9,853,314
10,169,262
10,394,731
801,934
765,972
853,518
858,930
889,774
921,684
1,114,099
1,283,895
899,958
944,137
908,492
889,130
11,131,523
Note.—Above figures do not include packaged sales from Vancouver area.
 V 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IIa.-—Sales, Vancouver Area, 1963 as Compared to 1962
Product
1962, Quarts
1963, Quarts
Increase ( + ) or Decrease (—)
Quarts
Per Cent
Standard milk—
Retail                   	
30,573,682
40,844,657
71,418,339
451,311
93,959
545,270
391,715
1,146,200
1,537,915
1,424,927
817,130
2,242,057
4,472,527
3,792,798
8,265,325
195,963
1,018,774
1,214,737
7,409
70,042
77,451
1,059,945
3,753,859
4,813,804
71,331
512,442
583,773
88,570
524,542
613,112
38,737,380
52,574,403
91,311,783
29,404,346
41,327,132
70,731,478
376,859
93,922
470,781
423,739
1,310,666
1,734,405
1,448,315
908,683
2,356,998
5,162,268
4,778,118
9,940,386
203,547
1,056,183
1,259,730
— 1,169,336
+482,475
—686,861
—74,452
—37
-74,489
+32,024
+ 164,466
+ 196,490
+23,388
+91,553
+ 114,941
+689,741
+985,320
+ 1,675,061
+7,584
+ 37,409
+44,993
-7,409
—53,805
—61,214
—42,348
+29,307
— 13,041
—2,775
— 10,425
— 13,200
—3,367
+10,036
+6,669
—546,950
+ 1,736,299
+1,189,349
3.82
Wholesale  ...     -                	
Total  	
1.18
0.96
Special milk—■
Retail.                 	
16.49
0.03
Total—- 	
13.66
Chocolate drink—■
Retail  	
8.17
14.34
Total   — 	
12.77
Skim-milk—•
Retail-   	
1.64
Wholesale 	
Total
11.20
5.12
Low-fat milk—•
Retail                   	
15.42
Wholesale    -	
Total       ...     . -	
25.97
20.26
Buttermilk-
Retail                   	
3.87
3.67
Total         .              ,
3.70
Diet " 900 "—
Retail                         	
100.00
Wholesale. -     .	
Total	
16,237
16,237
1,017,597
3,783,166
4,800,763
68,556
502,017
570,573
85,203
534,578
619,781
38,190,430
54,310,702
92,501,132
76.81
79.03
Substandard cream—
Retail                   	
3.99
Wholesale   — „
Total
0.78
0.27
Table cream—■
Retail...	
3.89
2.03
Total	
2.26
Whipping cream—
Retail                    	
3.80
1.91
1.08
Total sales (quarts) —
Retail — 	
1.41
3.30
Total -	
1.30
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1963 Y 11
Table IIb.—Sales, Vancouver Island Area, 1963 as Compared to 1962
1962, Quarts
1963, Quarts
Increase ( + ) or Decrease (—)
Quarts
Per Cent
Standard milk—•
Retail— 	
10,125,272
8,842,751
18,968,023
726,245
21,185
747,430
83,639
122,532
206,171
360,676
121,069
481,745
637,336
229,860
867,196
52,524
95,173
147,697
281,774
543,245
825,019
3,408
99,663
103,071
39,413
115,080
154,493
12,310,287
10,190,558
22,500,845
10,046,024
10,161,334
20,207,358
548,381
12,192
560,573
74,520
142,054
216,574
369,764
147,523
517,287
796,014
384,653
1,180,667
48,819
100,999
149,818
288,320
565,035
853,355
3,769
106,114
109,883
38,183
126,637
164,820
12,213,794
11,746,541
23,960,335
—79,248
+1,318,583
+1,239,335
— 177,864
— 8,993
— 186,857
—9,119
+19,522
+ 10,403
+9,088
+26,454
+35,542
+ 158,678
+154,793
+ 313,471
—3,705
+5,826
+2,121
+6,546
+21,790
+28,336
+361
+6,451
+6,812
+ 1,230
+ 11,557
+ 10,327
—96,493
+1,555,983
+ 1,459,490
0.78
14.91
Total      - 	
6.53
Special milk-
Retail 	
24.49
42.44
Total -	
24.99
Chocolate drink-
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10.90
15.93
Total  	
5.04
Skim-milk—
Retail 	
2.51
21.8S
Total                     _
7.37
Low-fat milk-
Retail	
24.89
67.34
Total   	
36.14
Buttermilk—
■Retail
7.05
6.12
Total  	
1.43
Substandard cream—■
Retail— -      	
2.32
4.01
Total -     	
3 43
Table cream-
Retail 	
10 59
6 47
Total.	
6 60
Whipping cream—
Retail    	
3 12
10.04
Total - 	
6 68
Total sales (quarts) —
Retail— 	
0 78
Wholesale-  	
Total 	
15.26
6 48
Note.—Above figures do not include sales of packaged milk from the Vancouver area (see Table IV).
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Table He.—Sales, Kamloops-Okanagan Area, 1963 as Compared to 1962
Product
1962, Quarts
1963, Quarts
Increase ( + ) or Decrease (—)
Quarts
Per Cent
Standard milk-
Retail.. 	
Wholesale-
Total	
Chocolate drink-—■
Retail	
Wholesale-
Total	
Skim-milk-
Retaa	
Wholesale-
Total	
Low-fat milk—■
Retail	
Wholesale—
Total	
Buttermilk—■
Retail	
Wholesale—.
Total	
Substandard cream—
Retail- 	
Wholesale-
Total	
Table cream-
Retail	
Wholesale-
Total	
Whipping cream—■
Retail  _
Wholesale—
Total	
Total sales (quarts)—
Retail  	
Wholesale.
Total	
1,330,555
>',025,005
1,355,560
34,655
106,686
141,341
43,588
17,101
60,689
183,570
116,853
300,423
30,273
94,937
125,210
79,670
260,846
340,516
991
14,475
15,466
10,170
45,356
55,526
■,713,472
■,681,259
1,394,731
4,330,719
5,536,280
9,866,999
33,409
125,080
158,489
43,247
26,427
69,674
284,873
171,941
456,814
28,807
97,447
126,254
80,728
289,882
370,610
1,272
19,093
20,365
10,829
51,489
62,318
4,813,884
6,317,639
11,131,523
+ 164
+511,275
+511,439
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5.46
-1,246
+ 18,394
+17,148
3.59
17.24
12.13
-341
+9,326
+8,985
0.78
54.53
14.80
+ 101,303
+55,088
+ 156,391
55.18
47.14
52.05
-1,466
+2,510
+ 1,044
4.84
2.64
0.83
+ 1,058
+29,036
+30,094
1.32
11.13
8.83
+281
+4,618
+4,899
28.35
31.90
31.67
+659
+6,133
+6,792
6.47
13.52
12.23
+ 100,412
+636,380
+736,792
2.13
11.20
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Table IIIb.—Qualifying Milk Supplied by Licensed Producers,
Vancouver Island Area, 1963
Month
Total
(Pounds)
Class I
Pounds
Per Cent
of Total
Class III
Pounds
Per Cent
of Total
Class IIIb
Pounds
Per Cent
of Total
January	
February	
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September-
October	
November-
December...
Totals-
1962 totals 	
1963 compared to 1962
5,463,821
5,025,251
5,676,665
5,665,275
6,444,248
5,965,277
5,865,086
5,805,134
5,504,844
5,485,198
5,160,046
5,581,563
67,642,408
67,194,945
+447,463
(0.66%)
4,794,572
4,612,197
5,133,127
5,061,675
5,231,319
4,988,397
5,150,785
5,248,036
4,779,152
5,041,069
4,871,862
4,885,119
59,797,310
57,072,696
+2,724,614
(4.77%)
87.75
91.78
90.43
89.35
81.18
83.63
87.82
90.40
86.82
91.90
94.42
87.52
88.40
84.94
+3.46
298,663
243,103
370,994
349,095
747,105
807,906
698,301
511,898
679,198
367,610
163,851
546,842
5,784,566
6,398,742
-614,176
(9.60%)
5.47
4.84
6.53
6.16
11.59
13.54
11.91
8.82
12.34
6.70
3.17
9.80
370,586
169,951
172,544
254,505
465,824
168,974
16,000
45,200
46,494
76,519
124,333
149,602
8.55
9.52
2,060,532
3,723,507
-0.97
-1,662,975
(44.66%)
6.78
3.38
3.04
4.49
7.23
2.83
0.27
0.78
0.84
1.40
2.41
2.68
3.05
5.54
—2.49
+=Increase.
-=Decrease.
Table
IIIc—Kamloops-Okanagan Area, 1963
Total
(Pounds)
Class I
Class III
Class IIIa
Class IIIb
Month
Pounds
Per
Cent
of
Total
Pounds
Per
Cent
of
Total
Pounds
Per
Cent
of
Total
Pounds
Per
Cent
of
Total
3,062,626
2,898,465
3,382,962
3,386,539
3,914,306
3,663,966
3,636,787
3,579,176
3,312,996
3,202,572
3,015,405
3,238,180
2,068,132
1,976,557
2,194,566
2,206,232
2,294,626
2,376,792
2,868,055
3,311,083
2,320,887
2,436,482
2,342,919
2,076,008
67.53
68.19
64.87
65.15
58.62
64.87
78.86
92.51
70.05
76.08
77.70
64.11
36,425
43,620
125,377
174,329
213,524
221,721
295,580
101,740
81,912
44,695
56,354
69,947
1.19
1.50
3.71
5.15
5.46
6.05
8.13
2.84
2.47
1.40
1.87
2.16
823,789
762,213
924,172
885,949
1,174,027
936,339
176,437
140,795
764,592
602,205
579,792
723,107
26.90
26.30
27.32
26.16
29.99
25.56
4.85
3.93
23.08
18.80
19.23
22.33
134,280
116,075
138,847
120,029
232,129
129,114
296,715
25,558
145,605
119,190
36,340
369,118
4.38
4.01
March —
April- 	
May    -  - -
June —
July -	
August	
September	
4.10
3.54
5.93
3.52
8.16
0.72
4.40
3.72
November —
December-—	
1.20
11.40
Totals
1962 totals—	
40,293,980
39,156,268
28,472,339
26,792,996
70.66
68.43
1,465,224
1,345,146
3.64
3.43
8,493,417
9,894,357
21.08
25.27
1,863,000
1,123,769
4.62
2.87
1963 compared to
196?
+1,137,712
(2.91%)
+ 1,679,343
(6.26%)
+2.23
+ 120,078
(8.92%)
+0.21
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+739,231
(65.78%)
+1.75
(14.16%)
+ = Increase.
= Decrease.
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Y 15
Table IVa.—Milk Shipments from Vancouver Area to
Vancouver Island Area, 1963
Month
Packaged
Bulk in
Cans
Bulk by
Tank-truck
Total
January	
February-
March	
April	
May	
June	
July-
August—
September-
October	
November-
December—
Totals-
Pounds
580,914
525,434
566,255
649,513
560,814
535,136
575,905
628,724
563,642
526,112
500,912
412,978
6,626,339
Pounds
11,220
3,560
11,300
23,400
87,720
89,760
91,800
62,730
381,490
Pounds
99,009
35,250
17,700
17,800
Ts,6o6
123,400
260,700
220,900
295,200
313,000
151,920
1,570,479
Pounds
679,923
560,684
595,175
667,313
560,814
574,296
710,605
912,824
872,262
911,072
905,712
627,628
8,578,308
Table IVb.—Milk Shipments from Vancouver Area to
Kamloops-Okanagan Area, 1963
Month
January _
February
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
Packaged
(Pounds)
— 64,523
— 54,053
— 56,791
— 66,698
— 70,673
— 71,071
— 106,244
Month
August	
September
October ._
November
December.
Packaged
(Pounds)
... 109,529
..    69,319
- 65,013
- 66,261
- 77,165
Totals .
877,340
Table V.—Average Daily Production of Qualifying Milk, 1963
Month
Area of Production
Vancouver
Vancouver
Island
Kamloops-
Okanagan
Pounds
Pounds
Pounds
1,179,2021
176,2521
98,7941
1,221,456
179,4731
103,5161
1,298,916
183,118
109,127
1,345,022
188,842
112,884
1,559,470
207,878
126,267
1,439,838
198,842
122,132
1,331,948
189,196
117,316
1,304,816
187,262
115,457
1,232,688
183,494
110,433
1,186,5151
176,9421
103,3081
1,115,2131
172,0011
100,5131
1,115,5091
180,050
104,457
January—-
February-
March	
April-	
May	
June	
July	
August-
September..
October	
November-
December—
1 Months to be basis for calculating daily milk quotas for 1964/65.
 Y 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table VI.—Pick-up Prices for Dairy Feeds at Vancouver, B.C.1
Dec. 31,
1956
Dec. 31,
1957
Dec. 31,
1958
Dec. 31,
1959
Dec. 31,
1960
Dec. 31,
1961
Dec. 31,
1962
Dec. 31,
1963
Bran-
Shorts	
Wheat (Grade 5)..
Barley-
Ground barley-
Oats	
Ground oats..
Dairy feed (16 per cent)-
Oilcake-meal	
Alfalfa hay (second cut)..
Local mixed hay	
Per Ton
$52.00
55.00
65.00
60.00
62.00
64.00
66.00
70.00
93.00
52.00
41.00
Per Ton
$47.00
49.00
56.00
52.00
54.00
54.00
56.00
65.00
88.00
36.00
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
Per Ton
$49.00
53.00
63.00
54.00
56.00
62.00
64.00
67.00
93.00
44.00
32.00
Per Ton
$47.00
49.00
58.00
49.00
51.00
55.00
57.00
65.00
98.00
48.00
37.00
Per Ton
$52.00
54.00
65.00
58.00
60.00
61.00
63.00
68.00
103.00
44.00
35.00
Per Ton
$70.00
74.00
69.00
59.00
61.00
55.00
57.00
74.00
108.00
54.00
38.00
Per Ton
$50.00
52.00
73.00
55.00
57.00
57.00
59.00
68.00
103.00
50.00
36.00
i Reference:  Markets Bulletin, British Columbia Department of Agriculture.
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