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 Province of British Columbia
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
for the
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31
1980
Queen's Printer for British Columbia ©
Victoria, 1981
  Wo 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 57 of
fthe Milk Industry Act, the Thirty-fifth Annual Report of the Milk Board under that
ikct for the year ended December 31, 1980.
THE MILK BOARD
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. L. Gilbert, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
wancouver, British Columbia, March 20, 1981.
  Thirty-fifth Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31,1980
This Report of the Milk Board is made in accordance with section 57 of the
%ilk Industry Act and covers the calendar year ended December 31, 1980.
LEGISLATION
Milk Industry Act
The Thirty-second Legislative Assembly did not pass any amendments to the
Itilk Industry Act during the 1980 Session of the Legislature.
Milk Board General Orders
General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80), made on the 18th day of January 1980, to
Some into operation on the 1st day of February 1980, amended General Order 67
p.C. Reg. 289/77).
General Order 80 (B.C. Reg. 160/80), made on the 29th day of April 1980, to
|ome into operation on the 1st day of May 1980, repealed General Order 76 (B.C.
Reg. 398/79) and General Order 78 (B.C. Reg. 512/79) and amended General
|rder67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
General Order 81 (B.C. Reg. 256/80), made on the 26th day of June 1980, to
come into operation on the 1st day of July 1980, repealed General Order 80 (B.C.
Reg. 160/80) and amended General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
General Order 82 (B.C. Reg. 369/80), made on the 27th day of August 1980,
to come into operation on the 1st day of September 1980, amended General Order
67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
General Order 83 (B.C. Reg. 486/80), made on the 14th day of October 1980,
p come into operation on the 1 st day of November 1980, repealed General Order 81
(B.C. Reg. 256/80) and General Order 82 (B.C. Reg. 369/80) and amended
General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
General Order 84 (B.C. Reg. 1/81), made on the 24th day of December 1980,
amended General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
The Orders referred to herein are reprinted in Appendix A.
Milk Board Membership and Activities
1980 saw the retirement of J. D. (Jack) Honeyman after 23 years service to the
Hairy industry as a Milk Board Member. The Minister of Agriculture and Food
appointed J. L. (Jim) Gilbert, a Lower Mainland dairy farmer, to replace Jack
[Honeyman as Board Member. Jim Gilbert relinquished his appointment on the
Market Sharing Quota Advisory Committee to take his position on the Milk Board,
pther Members of the Board remained unchanged from the previous year with
Elmer D. Daum, B.A., C.A., as Chairman and S. L. Hanson as Member.
The Board held many meetings to discuss matters of policy and held numerous
additional meetings with producers, vendors, and other interested parties to discuss
piatters pertinent to the milk industry. Board representatives attended meetings of
pie Dairy Committee of the British Columbia Federation of Agriculture and the
Board members attended the Federation's Annual Convention. The Board Administrator attended the meeting held by the International Association of Milk Control
[Agencies which took place in Lexington, Kentucky.
The Board Chairman and the Administrator, together with the members of the
Market Share Advisory Committee, attended the meetings of the Canadian Dairy
 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Commission Milk Supply Management Committee in Ottawa. The Administrator
of the Milk Board continued to serve on the Secretariat to the Milk SuppfjB
Management Committee. U
Market Share Advisory Committee
Mr. Jim Waardenburg and Mr. Reg Emblem continued to serve as members of
the Market Share Advisory Committee. In January 1981 Mr. James W. Schalin wafl
appointed as a member of the Committee to replace Mr. Jim Gilbert. The CommiS
tee held many meetings to discuss matters of policy and administration related to
market-sharing quotas and the Milk Supply Management Program. They also held!
additional meetings with producers and other interested parties to discuss matteS
related to these programs.
Market Share Levy Account
A Statement of Financial Position as at December 31,1980, and a Statement^
Income and Expense for the period January 1, 1980 to December 31, 1980, arm
reprinted in Appendix B.
Milk Production Areas
The milk production areas of British Columbia defined in Order in Council!
2145/75 (B .C. Reg. 460/75) as the Vancouver Island Area and the British Columbia
Mainland Area remained unchanged during 1980.
Statistical Information
Table 7 (a, b, c)—Analysis of Litre Sales by Product Category
Total litre sales increased 3.52 per cent in the combined controlled production
areas of the Province during 1980. All product categories participated in fha
increase.
Home delivery sales in the controlled areas accounted for 11.86 per cent of all
litre sales. Wholesale and through store sales accounted for 88.14 per cent.
Table II (a, b)—Analysis of Class I Sales, Including Interarea Sales
Total Class I sales in litres, which is the aggregate of all Class I sales in an area!
of production, whether made by vendors within the area or by vendors located*
outside the area, increased in both the British Columbia Mainland and the Vancou-I
ver Island milk production areas. Both areas showed increases within area Class I
sales.
Table III (a, b, c)—Analysis of Qualifying Milk: Production and Utilization
Total qualifying milk production during 1980 increased 5.14 per cent in the*
controlled areas of milk production.
Quota milk receipts in the controlled milk production areas were 77.61 pem
cent of the total production during 1980, a decrease from 78.13 per cent in 1979.1
Class I Utilization of quota receipts decreased from 86.39 per cent in 1979 tol
85.61 per cent in 1980.
Table IV (a, b, c)—1980 Year-to-date Production and Class I Utilization
Compared to 1979
This table shows a monthly comparison of 1980 production and Class 11
utilization to 1979 in both litres of milk and percentage change.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980 7
hble V (a, b, c)—Production and Utilization in British Columbia
This table shows the amount of milk produced in the controlled areas of
) jroduction in the Province and the class in which that milk was utilized.
gWe VI—Class I Accounting Value Formula and Producer Price
The contents of this table summarize the accounting values for each class of
Hilization announced by the Milk Board for the calendar year 1980. Also shown are
Seducer prices (before adjustments) calculated monthly by the Board. Details
Elative to Milk Board general orders are reprinted.
Jhble VII—Licensing Information
Under the provisions of the Milk Industry Act and General Order 67, as
|imended, the Milk Board issues Class I licences to vendors and milk jobbers and
lass II licences to producers. Both Classes of licences are issued April 1 each year
for a 12-month period or portion thereof. A summary of the 1980/81 licences
Ssued, cancelled, and in effect December 31, 1979, is contained in Table VII.
There was a net decrease of 28 producers from December 1979 to December 1980,
which is a 2.58 per cent reduction.
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3 546 674
3 551 376
3 582 148
3 646 064
3 813 750
3 514 316
3 712 435
3 756 581
3 712 247
3 759 210
3 422 265
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3 538 100
3 570 204
3 632 012
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3 503 732
3 700 446
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3 703 268
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4 582 663
4 673 037
4 742 327
4 893 802
4 542 902
4 851 656
4 972 588
4 916 136
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Table IVa—British Columbia Mainland Area, 1980 Year-to-date
Production and Class I Utilization Compared to 1979
1980
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1979
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1980
Compared
to 19791
Per Cent
or
Change1
1980
Compared
1979!
Per Cent 3
of
Change2
January	
February ...
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September.
October....
November..
December..
Litres
32 384 678
30 921 360
33 710 245
33 750 230
35 584 982
32 994 100
33 489 514
32 933 621
31 466 019
31 783 147
30 035 023
31 778 755
Litres
32 384 678
63 306 038
97 016 283
130 766 513
166 351 495
199 345 595
232 835 109
265 768 730
297 234 749
329 017 896
359 052 919
390 831 674
Litres
30 125 315
27 882 321
31 527 878
30 955 179
33 609 826
31 945 300
32 462 448
31 287 098
30 078 054
30 780 774
29 511 653
31 489 833
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30 125 315
58 007 636
89 535 514
120 490 693
154 100 519
186 045 819
218 508 267
249 795 365
279 873 419
310 654 193
340 165 846
371 655 679
Litres
+ 2 259 363
+ 3 039 039
+ 2 182 367
+ 2 795 051
+ 1 975 156
+1 048 800
+1 027 066
+1 646 523
+ 1 387 965
+1 002 373
+ 523 370
+ 288 922
+ 7.50
+ 10.90
+ 6.92
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+ 5.88
+ 3.28
+ 3.16
+ 5.26
+ 4.61
+ 3.26
+ 1.77
+ 0.91
Litres
+ 2 259 363
+ 5 298 402
+ 7 480 769
+ 10 275 820
+ 12 250 976
+13 299 776
+14 326 842
+15 973 365
+17 361 330
+ 18 363 703
+ 18 887 073
+19 175 995
+ 7.50
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+ 8.36
+ 8.53
+ 7.95
+ 7.15
+ 6.56
+ 6.39
+ 6.20
+ 5.91
+ 5.55
+ 5.15
1980 Class 1 and
Ia Utilization
1979 Class 1 and
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1980
Compared
to 1979!
(Col. 13)
Per Cent
of
Change3
(Col. 14)
1980
Compared
19794
(Col. 15)
Month
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
Per Cent
of   1
Change4
(Col. 16)
Litres
20 701 267
20 036 293
20 689 999
20 445 054
20 901 359
20 028 898
Litres
20 701 267
40 737 560
61 427 559
81 872 613
102 773 972
122 802 870
143 545 705
165 086 987
186 111 902
208 855 698
229 205 427
251 248 233
Litres
20 011 706
18 515 921
20 770 894
19 468 057
20 274 621
19 674 479
19 635 133
21 689 142
19 770 669
21 648 243
20 993 778
20 459 459
Litres
20 011 706
38 527 627
59 298 521
78 766 578
99 041 199
118 715 678
138 350 811
160 039 953
179 810 622
201 458 865
222 452 643
242 912 102
Litres
+ 689 561
+1 520 372
-80 895
+ 976 997
+ 626 738
+ 354 419
+ 1 107 702
-147 860
+1 254 246
+1 095 553
-644 049
+1 583 347
+ 3.45
+ 8.21
-0.39
+ 5.02
+ 3.09
+ 1.80
+ 5.64
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+ 6.34
+ 5.06
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Litres
+ 689 561
+2 209 933
+ 2 129 038
+ 3 106 035
+ 3 732 773
+4 087 192
+ 5 194 894
+5 047 034
+ 6 301 280
+ 7 396 833
+ 6 752 784
+ 8 336 131
+3.45
+ 5.74
+ 3.59
+ 3.94
+ 3.77
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July	
20 742 835
21 541 282
21 024 915
22 743 796
20 349 729
+3.75
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1 Col. 1 compared to Col. 3.
3 Col. 9 compared to Col. 11
2 Col. 2 compared to Col. 4.
4 Col. 10 compared to Col. 12.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980
17
Table IVb—Vancoltver Island Area, 1980 Year-to-date
Production and Class I Utilization Compared to 1979
1980
Production Ret
,ipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1979
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1980
Compared
to 1979'
Per Cent
of
Change1
(Co). 6)
1980
Compared
19792
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Change2
(Col. 8)
i y...
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nber..
X nber..
Litres
4 529 272
4 271 131
4 639 703
4 568 797
4 724 836
4 376 524
4 514 879
4 427 521
4 240 823
4 340 158
4 129 627
4 347 904
Litres
4 259 272
8 800 403
13 440 106
18 008 903
22 733 739
27 110 263
31 625 142
36 052 663
40 293 486
44 633 644
48 763 271
53 111 175
Litres
4 138 846
3 804 827
4 279 192
4 192 894
4 425 815
4 188 516
4 328 595
4 270 670
4 125 160
4 257 854
4 142 114
4 404 677
Litres
4 138 846
7 943 673
12 222 865
16 415 759
20 841 574
25 030 090
29 358 685
33 629 355
37 754 515
42 012 369
46 154 483
50 559 160
Litres
+ 390 426
+ 466 304
+ 360 511
+ 375 903
+ 299 021
+188 008
+186 284
+156 851
+ 115 663
+ 82 304
-12 487
-56 773
+9.43
+ 12.26
+ 8.43
+ 8.97
+ 6.76
+ 4.49
+ 4.30
+ 3.67
+ 2.80
+ 1.93
-0.30
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Litres
+ 390
+ 856
+ 1 217
+ 1 593
+ 1 892
+ 2 080
+ 2 266
+ 2 423
+ 2 538
+ 2 621
+ 2 608
+ 2 552
+ 9.43
+ 10.79
+ 9.96
+ 9.70
+ 9.08
+ 8.31
+ 7.72
+ 7.21
+ 6.72
+ 6.24
+ 5.65
+ 5.05
1980 Class I and
Ia Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
1979 Class I and
Ia Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
1980
Compared
to 19795
(Col. 13)
Per Cent
of
Change3
1980
Compared
19794
Per Cent
of
Change4
(Col. 16)
ajrry...
Joary .
Hi....
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8ber ....
rjimber..
Blmber..
Litres
3 546 674
3 551 376
3.582 148
3 646 064
3 813 750
3 514 316
3 712 435
3 756 581
3 712 247
3 759 210
3 422 265
3 732 750
Litres
3 546 674
7 098 050
10 680 198
14 326 262
18 140 012
21 654 328
25 366 763
29 123 344
32 835 591
36 594 801
40 017 066
43 749 816
Litres
3 321 642
3 177 461
3 607 737
3 376 781
3 587 558
3 522 780
3 498 495
3 775 429
3 399 999
3 661 551
3 662 885
3 460 972
Litres
3 321 642
6 499 103
10 106 840
13 483 621
17 071 179
20 593 959
24 092 454
27 867 883
31 267 882
34 929 433
38 592 318
42 053 290
Litres
+225 032
+ 373 915
-25 589
+269 283
+ 226 192
-8 464
+ 213 940
-18 848
+ 312 248
+ 97 659
-240 620
+271 778
+ 6.77
+11.77
-0.71
+ 7.97
+ 6.30
-0.24
+ 6.12
-0.50
+ 9.18
+ 2.67
-6.57
+ 7.85
Litres
+ 225
+ 598
+ 573
+ 842
+ 1 068
+ 1 060
+ 1 274
+ 1 255
+ 1 567
+ 1 665
+ 1 424
+ 1 696
032
947
358
641
833
369
309
461
709
368
748
526
+ 6.77
+ 9.22
+ 5.67
+ 6.25
+ 6.26
+ 5.15
+ 5.29
+ 4.51
+ 5.01
+4.77
+ 3.69
+4.03
1 Col. 1 compared to Col. 3.
3 Col. 9 compared to Col. 11.
2 Col. 2 compared to Col. 4
4 Col. 10 compared to Col.
■ = Increase.
 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IVc—
-All Areas Combined, 1980 Year-to-date PRODUcnorJM
and Class I Utilization Compared to 1979
1980
1979
Production Receipts
Production Receipts
1980
Per Cent
1980
Month
Accumu
Accumu
Compared
of
Compared
of
Monthly
lated
Monthly
lated
to 19791
Change1
19792
Change2 1
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Receipts
(Col. 1)
(Col. 2)
(Col. 3)
(Col. 4)
(Col. 5)
(Col. 6)
(Col. 7)
(Col. 1
Litres
Litres
Litres
Litres
Litres
Litres
January	
36 913 950
36 913 950
34 264 161
34 264 161
+ 2 649 789
+ 7.73
+ 2 649 789
+ 7.73
February	
35 192 491
72 106 441
31 687 148
65 951 309
+ 3 505 343
+ 11.06
+ 6 155 132
+ 9.33 1
38 349 948
110 465 389
25 807 070
101 758 379
+ 2 542 878
+ 7.10
+ 8 698 010
+ 8.5S
April	
38 319 027
148 775 416
35 148 073
136 906 452
+ 3 170 954
+ 9.02
+ 11 868 964
+ 8.67
May	
40 309 818
189 085 234
38 035 641
174 942 093
+ 2 274 177
+ 5.98
+14 143 141
+ 8.0!
37 370 624
38 004 393
37 361 142
226 455 858
264 460 251
301 821 393
36 133 816
36 791 043
35 557 768
211 075 909
247 866 952
283 424 720
+1 236 808
+ 1 213 350
+1 803 374
+ 3.42
+ 3.30
+ 5.07
+15 379 949
+16 593 299
+ 18 396 673
+ 7.?fl
+ 6.69
+ 6.4?
July	
August	
September	
35 706 842
337 528 235
34 203 214
317 627 934
+1 503 628
+ 4.40
+ 19 900 301
+ 6.S
36 123 305
34 164 650
36 126 659
373 651 540
407 816 190
443 942 849
35 038 628
33 653 767
35 894 510
352 666 562
386 320 329
422 214 839
+1 084 677
+ 510 883
+ 232 149
+ 3.10
+ 1.52
+0.65
+ 20 984 978
+ 21 495 861
+ 21 728 010
+ 5.9S
+ 5.531
+ 5.l|
December	
1980 Class 1 and
1979 Class 1 and
Ia Utilization
Ia Utilization
1980
Per Cent
1980
Per Cent
Month
Accumu
Accumu
Compared
of
Compared
of  II
Monthly
lated
Monthly
lated
to 1979'
Change3
19794
Chanee1
Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
(Col. 10)
(Col. 11)
(Col. 12)
(Col. 13)
(Col. 14)
(Col. 15)
(Col. 16)
Litres
Litres
Litres
Litres
Litres
Litres
24 247 941
23 587 669
24 272 147
24 091 118
24 715 109
23 543 214
25 297 863
24 737 162
26 503 006
23 771 994
25 775 556
24 247 941
47 835 610
72 107 757
96 198 875
120 913 984
144 457 198
168 912 468
194 210 331
218 947 493
245 450 499
269 222 493
294 998 049
23 333 348
21 693 382
24 378 631
22 844 838
23 862 179
23 197 259
23 133 628
25 464 571
23 170 668
25 309 794
24 656 663
23 920 431
23 333 348
45 026 730
69 405 361
92 250 199
116 112 378
139 309 637
162 443 265
187 907 836
211 078 504
236 388 298
261 044 961
284 965 392
+ 914 593
+1 894 287
-106 484
+1 246 280
+ 852 930
+ 345 955
+ 1 321 642
- 166 708
+1 566 494
+ 1 193 212
-884 669
+1 855 125
+ 3.92
+ 8.73
-0.44
+ 5.46
+ 3.57
+ 1.49
+ 5.71
-0.65
+ 6.76
+4.71
-3.59
+ 7.76
+914 593
+ 2 808 880
+ 2 702 396
+ 3 948 676
+4 801 606
+ 5 147 561
+ 6 469 203
+6 302 495
+7 868 989
+9 062 201
+ 8 177 532
+10 032 657
+ 3.921
+ 6.24J
+ 3.893
+ 4.28;
+J.14a
+ 3.7$
+ 3.98JJ
+ 3.353
+,JH
+ 3.83J
+ 3.1M
+ 3.52J
July....
1 Col. 1 compared to
Col. 3.         2 Col. 2 compared to Col. 4.          ,+ =Increase.        -=Decrease.
3 Col. 9 compared to
Col. 11.       "to Col. 11.       4 Col. 10 compared to Col. 12.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980 19
Table Va—Production and Utilization of Milk on British Columbia
Mainland Area (LITRES)
1980
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
1979
tion Rei
rpls
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
1980
; I Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
1979
s I Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
ary ...
iuary..
a	
Is.	
Est	
Kmber..
>ber	
«mber..
ember..
32 384 678
30 921 360
33 710 245
33 750 230
35 584 982
32 994 100
33 489 514
32 933 621
31 466 019
31 783 147
30 035 023
31 778 755
32 384 678
63 306 038
97 016 283
130 766 513
166 351 495
199 345 595
232 835 109
265 768 730
297 234 749
329 017 896
359 052 919
390 831 674
30 125 315
27 882 321
31 527 878
30 955 179
33 609 826
31 945 300
32 462 448
31 287 098
30 078 054
30 780 774
29 511 653
31 489 833
30 125 315
58 007 636
89 535 514
120 490 693
154 100 519
186 045 819
218 508 267
249 795 365
279 873 419
310 654 193
340 165 846
371 655 679
20 693 350
20 025 422
20 679 596
20 435 299
20 891 199
20 022 341
20 742 708
21 541 282
21 017 516
22 731 286
20 335 831
22 031 281
20 693 350
40 718 772
61 398 368
81 833 667
102 724 866
122 747 207
143 489 915
165 031 197
186 048 713
208 779 999
229 115 830
251 147 111
63.90
64.76
61.35
60.55
58.71
60.69
61.94
65.41
66.79
71.52
67.70
69.33
20 011 706
18 515 921
20 770 894
19 468 057
20 274 621
19 674 479
19 635 133
21 689 142
19 770 669
21 645 925
20 985 539
20 453 310
20 011 706
38 527 627
59 298 521
78 766 578
99 041 199
118 715 678
138 350 811
160 039 953
179 810 622
201 456 547
222 442 086
242 895 396
66.43
66.41
65.88
62.89
60.32
61.59
60.49
69.32
65.73
70.32
71.11
54.95
ization ol milk in 1980
pmpared to 1979 100%
Class Ia Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1979
Ia Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumu-
.  lated
Monthly
Receipts
1980
III Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1979
III Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
nary...
iruary..
rch	
s	
ly	
3	
Bst	
>te ruber..
tober	
vembcr..
cember..
7 917
10 871
10 403
9 755
10 160
6 557
127
7 399
12 510
13 898
11 525
7 917
18 788
29 191
38 946
49 106
55 663
55 790
55 790
63 189
75 699
89 597
101 122
2318
8 239
6 149
2 318
10 557
16 706
4 161 338
3 603 662
5 665 846
4 870 752
4 791 633
4 620 607
6 527 507
5 731 489
4 775 011
3 029 029
5 093 775
3 458 004
4 161 338
7 765 000
13 430 846
18 301 598
23 093 231
27 713 838
34 241 345
39 972 834
44 747 845
47 776 874
52 870 649
56 328 653
12.85
11.65
16.81
14.43
13.47
14.00
19.49
17.40
15.18
9.53
16.96
10.88
3 719
3 316
4 552
5 145
4 535
5 056
6 570
4 303
5 723
3 296
3 395
4 306
719 265
035 734
588 456
733 482
268 990
325 468
896 328
199 453
922 723
219 182
614 356
921 033
12.34
11.89
14.44
16.62
13.50
15.83
20.24
13.75
19.03
10.71
11.50
13.68
Ration of milk in 1980
Bmpared to 1979 0.03%
 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table Va—Production and Utilization of Milk on British Columbia
Mainland Area—Continued (litres)
1980
Ia Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1979
Ha Utilizatic
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1980
Qb Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1979
Class IIIh Utilization I
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Perl
Cent
January	
February	
March	
April	
May	
lune	
July	
August	
September..
October	
November..
December..
2 085 379
1 834 873
1 818 313
2 858 270
3 736 621
2 635 871
1 036 757
2 956 513
482 541
903 768
1 188 656
I 952 406
2 085 379
3 920 252
5 738 565
8 596 835
12 333 456
14 969 327
16 006 084
18 962 597
19 445 138
20 348 906
21 537 562
23 489 968
6.44
5.93
5.39
8.47
10.50
7.99
3.10
8.98
1.53
2.84
3.96
1 412 691
1 449 567
1 586 769
1 327 300
3 247 712
2 891 838
3 398 637
3 092 548
1 292 751
2 103 611
562 260
1 467 531
1 412 691
2 862 258
4 449 027
5 776 327
9 024 039
II 915 877
15 314 514
18 407 062
19 699 813
21 803 424
22 365 684
23 833 215
4.69
5.20
5.03
4.29
9.66
9.05
10.47
9.89
4.30
6.83
1.91
4.66
2 862 046
3 001 687
2 912 044
2 881 297
3 135 055
2 943 305
3 089 910
602 175
2 840 933
2 717 147
1 085 538
1 929 650
2 862 046
5 863 733
8 775 777
11 657 074
14 792 129
17 735 434
20 825 344
21 427 519
24 268 452
26 985 599
28 071 137
30 000 787
9.71
8.64
8.54
8.81
8.92
9.23
1.83
9.03
8.55
3.61
6.07
2 997 121
2 671 955
2 404 239
2 658 849
2 798 760
1 694 106
1 101 732
423 070
1 254 924
1 561 077
2 822 604
3 141 804
2 997 121
5 669 076
8 073 315
10 732 164
13 530 924
15 225 030
16 326 762
16 749 832
18 004 756
19 565 833
22 388 437
25 530 241
9.95 ]
9.58 j
7.63 '
8.59
8.33
5.30
3.39 I
1.35 |
4.17 '
5.07
9.56
9.98
Utilization of milk in 1980
compared to 1979 6.0191
1980
Class 111c Utilization
1979
Class IHc Utilization
Month
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
2 574 648
2 444 845
2 624 043
2 694 857
3 020 314
2 765 419
2 092 505
2 102 162
2 342 619
2 389 407
2 317 325
2 395 889
2 574 648
5 019 493
7 643 536
10 338 393
13 358 707
16 124 126
18 216 631
20 318 793
22 661 412
25 050 819
27 368 144
29 764 033
7.95
7.91
7.68
7.98
8.48
8.38
6.24
6.38
7.45
7.52
7.72
7.54
1 984 532
1 928 409
2 213 254
2 355 947
2 753 225
2 628 399
1 756 086
1 779 213
2 036 440
2 171 384
1 737 837
2 114 362
1 984 532
3 912 941
6 126 195
8 482 142
11 235 367
13 863 766
15 619 852
17 399 065
19 435 505
21 606 889
23 344 726
25 459 088
6.59
6.92
7.02
7.61
8.19
8.23
July	
5.41
5.69
6.77
7.06
5.89
6.71
Utilization of milk in 19
80
 7.61%
6.85%
Class I    —Fluid milk.
Class Ia —Fluid milk—School milk program.
Class IIIa—Butter and powdered milk.
Class HIb—Evaporated milk.
Class JJIc—Cheddar cheese.
 j LE Vb—Production and Utilization of Milk on Vancouver Island (litres)
REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980
21
1980
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
1979
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
1980
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1979
s I Utillz
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
4 529 272
4 271 131
4 639 703
4 568 797
4 724 836
4 376 524
4 514 879
4 427 521
4 240 823
4 340 158
4 129 627
4 347 904
4 529 272
8 800 403
13 440 106
18 008 903
22 733 739
27 110 263
31 625 142
36 052 663
40 293 486
44 633 644
48 763 271
53 111 175
4 138 846
3 804 827
4 279 192
4 192 894
4 425 815
4 188 516
4 328 595
4 270 670
4 125 160
4 257 854
4 142 114
4 404 677
4 138 846
7 943 673
12 222 865
16 415 759
20 841 574
25 030 090
29 358 685
33 629 355
37 754 515
42 012 369
46 154 483
50 559 160
3 545 709
3 548 243
3 581 133
3 644 250
3 812 197
3 513 869
3 712 435
3 756 581
3 711 690
3 756 893
3 420 129
3 731 447
3 545 709
7 093 952
10 675 085
14 319 335
18 131 532
21 645 401
25 357 836
29 114 417
32 826 107
36 583 000
40 003 129
43 734 576
78.28
83.08
77.18
79.76
80.68
80.29
82.23
84.85
87.52
86.56
82.82
85.82
3 321 642
3 177 461
3 607 737
3 376 781
3 587 558
3 522 780
3 498 495
3 775 429
3 399 999
3 659 030
3 656 848
3 456 633
3 321 642
6 499 103
10 106 840
13 483 621
17 071 179
20 593 959
24 092 454
27 867 883
31 267 882
34 926 912
38 583 760
42 040 393
80.26
83.51
84.31
80.54
81.06
84.11
80.82
88.40
82.42
85.94
88.28
78.48
BT milk in 1980
Bio 1979 10091
1980
[a Utilization
1979
Class Ia Utilization
1980
[I Utilization '
1979
Class IU Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
lated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
965
3 133
1 015
1 814
1 553
447
557
2 317
2 136
1 303
965
4 098
5 113
6 927
8 480
8 927
8 927
8 927
9 484
II 801
13 937
15 240
2 52
6 037
4 339
8 558
12 897
0.06
0.15
0.10
430 306
168 844
537 991
349 467
228 808
482 053
504 820
400 315
323 797
286 772
545 003
262 458
430 306
599 150
1 137 141
I 486 608
1 715 416
2 197 469
2 702 289
3 102 604
3 426 401
3 713 173
4 258 176
4 520 634
9.50
3.95
11.60
7.65
4.84
11.01
11.18
9.04
7.64
6.61
13.20
6.04
476 537
235 098
332 148
411 081
298 851
312 858
523 569
297 289
459 633
282 279
250 031
359 878
476 537
711 635
1 043 783
1 454 864
1 753 715
2 066 573
2 590 142
2 887 431
3 347 064
3 629 343
3 879 374
4 239 252
1.51
6.18
7.76
9.80
6.75
7.47
2.10
6.96
1.14
0.07
6.04
8.17
i of milk in 1980
red to 1979 0.03%
January	
February	
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September..
October	
November..
December..
1980
Class IIIa Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
552 292
550 911
519 564
573 266
682 278
380 155
297 624
270 625
204 779
294 176
162 359
352 696
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
552 292
1 103 203
1 622 767
2 196 033
2 878 311
3 258 466
3 556 090
3 826 715
4 031 494
4 325 670
4 488 029
4 840 725
Utilization of milk in 1980
compared to 1979 9.11%
Per
Cent
12.19
12.90
11.20
12.55
14.45
8.69
6.59
6.11
4.83
6.78
3.93
1979
Class IIIa Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
340 667
392 268
339 307
405 032
539 406
352 878
306 531
197 952
265 528
314 024
229 198
583 827
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
340 667
732 935
1 072 242
1 477 274
2 016 680
2 369 558
2 676 089
2 874 041
3 139 569
3 453 593
3 682 791
4 266 618
Per
Cent
8.23
10.31
7.93
9.66
12.19
8.42
7.08
4.64
6.44
0.07
5.53
13.25
 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table Vc—Production and Utilization of Milk, All Areas Combined
(LITRES)
1980
Production Ret
apts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
1979
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
1980
Gass I Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1979
Class I-UtilizaflW
Monthly
Receipts
laced
Monthly
Receipt!
January	
February....
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September..
October	
November..
December..
36 913 950
35 192 491
38 349 948
38 319 027
40 309 818
37 370 624
38 004 393
37 361 142
35 706 842
36 123 305
34 164 650
36 126 659
36 913 950
72 106 441
110 456 389
148 775 416
189 085 234
226 455 858
264 460 251
301 821 393
337 528 235
373 651 540
407 816 190
443 942 849
34 264 161
31 687 148
35 807 070
35 148 073
38 035 641
36 133 816
36 791 043
35 557 768
34 203 214
35 038 628
33 653 767
35 894 510
34 264 161
65 951 309
101 758 379
136 906 452
174 942 093
211 075 909
247 866 952
283 424 720
317 627 934
352 666 562
386 320 329
422 214 839
24 239 059
23 573 665
24 260 729
24 079 549
24 703 396
23 536 210
24 455 143
25 297 863
24 729 206
26 488 179
23 755 960
25 762 728
24 239 059
47 812 724
72 073 453
96 153 002
120 856 398
144 392 608
168 847 751
194 145 614
218 874 820
245 362 999
269 118 959
294 881 687
65.66
66.98
63.26
62.84
61.28
62.98
64.35
67.71
69.26
73.33
69.53
71.31
23 333 348
21 693 382
24 378 631
22 844 838
23 862 179
23 197 259
23 133 628
25 464 571
23 170 668
25 304 955
24 642 387
23 909 943
23 333 348
45 026 730
69 405 9
92 250M
116 112 378
139 309 637
162 443 265
187 907 836
211 078 504
236 383 459
261025 89
284 935 73
Utilization of milk in 1980
compared to 1979 100%
1980
Ia Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1979
Class Ia Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1980
fH Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1979   1
III Utilisation
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated 1
Month]]!
Receipts]
January ..
February.
March....
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September..
October	
November..
December..
i 882
1004
I 418
I 569
I 713
'004
127
1956
1827
5 034
1828
8 882
22 886
34 304
45 873
57 586
64 590
64 717
64 717
72 673
87 500
103 534
116 362
4 839
14 276
10 488
4 839
19 115
29 603
0.02
0.04
0.03
4 591 644
3 772 506
6 203 837
5 220 219
5 020 441
5 102 660
7 032 327
6 131 804
5 098 808
3 315 801
5 638 778
3 720 462
4 591 644
8 364 150
14 567 987
19 788 206
24 808 647
29 911 307
36 943 634
43 075 438
48 174 246
51 490 047
57 128 825
60 849 287
12.44
10.72
16.18
13.62
12.46
13.65
18.50
16.41
14.28
9.18
16.51
10.30
4 195 802
3 551 567
4 884 870
5 556 107
4 834 359
5 369 336
7 094 429
4 600 414
6 182 903
3 578 738
3 645 205
4 666 555
4 195 801
7 747 3(3
12 632 23J
18 188 34tj
23 022 701
28 392 04j
35 486 4Tg
40 086 884
46 269 787J
49 848 52Sj
53 493 730
58 160 2851
Utilization of milk in 1980
compared to 1979	
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980
23
v'c—Production
and Utilization of Milk, All Areas
Combined—Continued
(LITRES)
1980
1979
1980
1979
Class IHa Utilization
Class IIIa Utilization
Class
n
Class IIIn Utilization
Accumu
Accumu
Accumu
Accumu
Monthly
lated
Per
Monthly
lated
Per
Monthly
lated
Per
Monthly
lated
Per
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Cent
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Cent
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Cent
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Cent
2 637 671
2 637 671
7.15
1 753 358
1 753 358
5.12
2 862 046
2 862 046
7.75
2 997 121
2 997 121
8.75
2 385 784
5 023 455
6.78
1 841 835
3 595 193
5.81
3 001 687
5 863 733
8.53
2 671 955
5 669 076
8.43
2 337 877
7 361 332
6.10
1 926 076
5 521 269
5.38
2 912 044
8 775 777
7.59
2 404 239
8 073 315
6.72
3 431 536
10 792 868
8.96
1 732 332
7 253 601
4.93
2 881 297
11 657 074
7.52
2 658 849
10 732 164
7.56
4 418 899
15 211 767
10.96
3 787 118
11 040 719
9.96
3 135 055
14 792 129
7.78
2 798 760
13 530 924
7.36
3 016 026
18 227 793
8.07
3 244 716
14 285 435
8.98
2 943 305
17 735 434
7.88
1 694 106
15 225 030
4.69
1 334 381
19 562 174
3.51
3 705 168
17 990 603
10.07
3 089 910
20 825 344
8.13
1 101 732
16 326 762
3.00
3 227 138
22 789 312
8.64
3 290 500
21 281 103
9.25
602 175
21 427 519
1.61
423 070
16 749 832
1.19
687 320
23 476 632
1.92
1 558 279
22 839 382
4.56
2 840 933
24 268 452
7.96
1 254 924
18 004 756
3.67
1 197 944
24 674 576
3.32
2 417 635
25 257 017
6.90
2 717 147
26 985 599
7.52
1 561 077
19 565 833
4.45
1 351 015
26 025 591
3.95
791 458
26 048 475
2.35
1 085 538
28 071 137
3.18
2 822 604
22 388 437
8.39
2 305 102
28 330 692
6.38
2 051 358
28 099 833
5.72
1 929 650
30 000 787
5.34
3 141 804
25 530 241
8.75
of milk in 1980
a to 19
6.38%
6.66%
6.76%
6.05%
1980
1979
Month
Class IIIc Utilization
Class
n
Accumu
Accumu
Monthly
lated
Per
Monthly
lated
Per
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Cent
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Cent
March :;..;....
2 624 043
7 643 536
6.84
2 213 254
6 126 195
6.18
May	
3 020 314
13 358 707
7.49
2 753 225
11 235 367
7.24
June	
2 765 419
16 124 126
7.40
2 628 399
13 863 766
7.27
July	
2 102 162
5.63
September	
2 342 619
22 661 412
6.56
2 036 440
19 435 505
5.95
October	
2 389 407
25 050 819
6.61
2 171 384
21 606 889
6.20
2 395 889
29 764 033
6.63
2 114 362
25 459 088
Utilization of milk in 19
80
6.70%
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Table VII—Licensing Information
25
British Columbia
Mainland
(Sued from April 1, 1980..
lancelled	
ft effect December 31, 1980 .
K effect December 31,1979.
(n.
28
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1,029
85
944
970
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 26 BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX A
Milk Industry Act
General Order 79, Made by the Milk Board on January 18, 1980,
Amending General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order76 (B.C. Reg. 398/79), General Order77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), and
by General Order 78 (B.C. Reg. 512/79) is further amended by striking out subsections (c) and (d) of]
section 4.01 and substituting the following:
"4.01 (c) ForClass III milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres I
in defined areas of production, effective on and from February 1,  1980, the
minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be $27,600.
(d) For Class DIa, Class ITJb, and Class IIIc milk with a butterfat content of 3.6
kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective on and
from February 1, 1980, the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be]
$25,900."
2. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order76 (B.C. Reg. 398/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), ancl
by General Order 78 (B.C. Reg. 512/79) is further amended by striking out section 5.0! and]
substituting the following:
"5.01    To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsections (a), (b), 1
(c), and (d) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential of 32 cents for each
one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres.''
3. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 76 (B.C. Reg. 398/79), General Order77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), and ]
by General Order 78 (B.C. Reg. 512/79) is further amended by striking out section 7.16 and!
substituting the following:
"7.16 (a) A daily milk quota allotted by the Board in a non-incorporated farm-name shall be
recorded by the Board in both the farm name and that of the proprietor. The
proprietor shall file with the Board a notarized affidavit as evidence that he is
conducting his dairy farm business in the farm name in which the daily milk quota is
registered. Such affidavit shall be filed with the Board at the time the daily milk]
quota is registered in the farm name and when there is a change in the proprietorship 1
structure of the farm name in which the quota is registered or when requested to do
so by the Board."
(b) A daily milk quota allotted by the Board in the name of a partnership shall be I
recorded by the Board in the name of the partnership and all the partners who shall 1
file with the Board a copy of the partnership agreement at the date the partnership is |
formed and who shall file not later than the first day of April each year and at any 1
date there is a change in the partnership structure a notarized affidavit stating the 1
names and addresses and the percentage share of ownership of the partners.
(c) Failure to comply with the provisions of subsections (a) and (b) of this section shall
cause the Class II licence and the daily milk quota allotted in a farm name or in the J
name of a partnership to be suspended effective April 1 until such time as the
required document is filed with the Board.
(d) A daily milk quota allotted by the Board in the name of a limited company shall be
recorded by the Board in the corporate name and the president and (or) majority I
shareholder of the company who shall file with the Board a certified listing of all
shareholders.
(e) Subject to the provisions of subsection (d) of this section there shall be filed with the 1
Board annually, not later than the first day of April next following the company's J
year end, a copy of the company's annual report as required under the Companies^
Act.
(f) Failure to comply with the provisions of subsection (d) and (e) of this section shall 1
cause the Class II licence and the daily milk quota allotted in the name of the 1
company to be suspended effective April 1 until such time as the required document 1
is filed with the Board."
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980 27
4. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
|i.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 76 (B.C. Reg. 398/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), and
El' General Order 78 (B.C. Reg. 512/79) is further amended by striking out subsections (b) and (c) of
section 12.02 and substituting the following:
"12.02 (b) On or before the 4th day after the end of each month, each vendor shall make an
interim or advance payment to each producer for qualifying milk received at the
plant of the vendor from each producer during the first 15 days of the previous month
at not less than $33.00 per 100 litres of milk,
(c) On or before the 4th day after the end of each month, each vendor shall make an
interim or advance payment to each other vendor for qualifying milk received at the
plant of the vendor from each other vendor during the first 15 days of the previous
month at not less than $33.00 per 100 litres of milk."
5. This order shall come into operation on February 1, 1980.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on January 18, 1980.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
Sjeneral Order 80, Made by the Milk Board on April 29,1980, Repealing General Order 76
(B.C. Reg. 398/79) and General Order 78 (B.C. Reg. 512/79), and Amending General
Order 67, (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 76 is repealed.
2. General Order 78 is repealed.
3. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
[B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg.
28/80) is further amended by striking out section 4.01 and substituting the following:
"4.01 Every vendor shall account for all qualifying milk he receives from licensed producers at
mot less than the accounting values set out in this section, subject to butterfat differentials set out in
■section 5.01 hereof:
(a)  (i)   Subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section for Class I milk with a butterfat
content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective May 1,
1980, the minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be $43,983.
(a)  (ii) Formula:
Base period—1970-79= 100.
Base period value of milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms in the
Vancouver Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—
$28.2014 per 100 litres.
Index of Industry Selling Price (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)     x .15
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index for
Canada)     X .15
Average Weekly Wages and Salaries (computed average published Statistics
Canada figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period)    x .20
Index of Alfalfa Hay Prices (price computed by the British Columbia Milk
Board and linked to the price movement for imported alfalfa hay)     x .20
Index of 16% Dairy Feed (most recent published Statistics Canada index for
British Columbia)     X . 10
Wages of Farm Labour (computed average of published Statistics Canada figures
for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period)     x .10
Index of Prices of Farm Inputs (most recent published Statistics Canada index for
Western Canada)     X . 10
Combined index for month .,i...... nvr'^ouv,—'	
Accounting value for 100 litres of qualifying milk containing 3.6 kilograms of
butterfat:
Combined index x base period value
 = $
100 =
 28 BRITISH COLUMBIA
"4.01 (b)  After May 1, 1980, the minimum Class I accounting value shall increase only wherB
the aggregate of the monthly increases computed under the formula set out in clause
(ii) of subsection (a) of this section totals 90 cents or more from the November l8
1979 formula value base per 100 litres of $41.733. These increases shall be added to
the minimum Class I accounting value per 100 litres of $42,183 as computetB
effective November 1, 1979 under clause (i) of subsection (a) of this section in
increments of 90 cents or multiples thereof, per 100 litres. Aggregate increases in.trtel
formula set out in clause (ii) of subsection (a) of this section, from the effective date of
the previous minimum Class I accounting value increase, which exceed 90 cents prjl
100 litres shall be added to future increases computed under the formula set out in
clause (ii) of subsection (a) of this section and shall form part of the subsequent 901
cents per 100 litre increase.
(c) For Class m milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in defined!
areas of production, effective on and from May 1, 1980, the minimum accounting!
value per 100 litres shall be $28,300.
(d) For Class IIIa , Class 111b and Class Die milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms I
per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from May 1, 1980, the!
minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $26,600."
4. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 751
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79) and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80J
is further amended by striking out section 5.01 and substituting the following:
"5.01    To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsections (a), (b)S
(c) and (d) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential of 33 cents for each
one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres."
5. This order shall come into operation on May 1, 1980.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on April 29, 1980.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 81, Made by the Milk Board on June 26, 1980, Repealing General Order 80
(B.C. Reg. 160/80) and Amending General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 80 is repealed.
2. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg.l
28/80) is further amended by striking out section 4.01 and substituting the following:
"4.01 Every vendor shall account for all qualifying milk he receives from licensed producers at
not less than the accounting values set out in this section, subject to butterfat differentials set out in
section 5.01 hereof:
(a)  (i)   Subject to the provisions of clause (a) (iii) of this subsection for Class I milk with a
butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in defined areas of production effective!
July 1, 1980, the minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be $44,883.
(a)  (ii) Formula:
Base period—1970-79 = 100.
Base period value of milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms in the
Vancouver Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—
$28.2014 per 100 litres.
Index of Industry Selling Price (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)     x-15|
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index for
Canada)     X.15j
Average Weekly Wages and Salaries (computed average published Statistics
Canada figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period)    x .20 I
Index of Alfalfa Hay Prices (price computed by the British Columbia Milk
Board and linked to the price movement for imported alfalfa hay)     X .201
Index of 16% Dairy Feed (most recent published Statistics Canada index for
British Columbia)     x .101
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980 29
Wages of Farm Labour (computed average of published Statistics Canada figures
for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period)     X .10
Index of Prices of Farm Inputs (most recent published Statistics Canada index for
Western Canada) .*?£.     x.lQ
Accounting value for 100 litres of qualifying milk containing 3.6 kilograms of
butterfat:
Combined index x base period value
  = $
100 =
"4.01 (a) (iii) After July 1, 1980, the minimum Class I accounting value shall increase only
when the aggregate of the monthly increases computed under the formula set out
in clause (a) (ii) of this subsequent totals 90 cents or more from the November 1,
1979 formula value base per 100 litres of $41.733. These increases shall be
added to the minimum Class I accounting value per 100 litres of $42,183 as
computed effective November 1, 1979 under clause (a) (i) of this subsection in
increments of 90 cents or multiples thereof, per 100 litres. Aggregate increases
in the formula set out in clause (a) (ii) of this subsection from the effective date
of the previous minimum Class I accounting value increase, which exceed 90
cents per 100 litres shall be added to future increases computed under the
formula set out in clause (a) (ii) of this subsection and shall form part of the
subsequent 90 cent per 100 litre increase.
(b) For Class I a Milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100
litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from July 1, 1980, the
minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be $40,610.
(c) For Class III milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in
defined areas of production, effective on and from July 1, 1980, the minimum
accounting value per 100 litres shall be $28,300.
(d) For Class HIa, Class IUb, and Class JJJ.C milk with a butterfat content of 3.6
kilograms per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from
July 1, 1980, the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $26,600."
3. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
gB.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg.
28/80) is further amended by striking out section 5.01 and substituting the following:
"5.01 To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsections (a), (b),
K), and (d) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential of 33 cents for each
one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres.'!
4. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
f(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg.
28/80) is further amended by striking out clause (e) of section 6.01 and adding clauses (e) and (0 as
follows:
"6.01 (e) Deduct a manufacturing cost allowance of $5.00 per 100 litres of ultra high
temperature milk for the processing of such milk,
(f) The results of these calculations is the net value of the qualifying milk for the
purpose of setting the producer prices for the month."
5. General Order67, as amended by General Order74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
[(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg.
28/80) is further amended by striking out clauses (c) and (d) of section 7.08 and substituting the
following:
"7.08 (c) Without the written consent of the Board, a daily quota may not be transferred in
any manner whatsoever between the two production areas previously defined
under the Act as the Kamloops-Okanagan and the East and West Kootenay areas
of production,
(d) Without the written consent of the Board, a daily milk quota may not be
transferred in any manner whatsoever between any of the production areas
previously defined under the Act as the Vancouver, Okanagan-Kootenay, and
the Cariboo and Central British Columbia areas of production."
6. This order shall come into operation on July 1, 1980.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on June 26, 1980.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
 30 BRITISH COLUMBIA
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 82, Made by the Milk Board on August 27, 1980,
Amending General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80) and
by General Order 81 (B.C. Reg. 256/80) is further amended by striking out clauses (b), (c), and (d) of
section 4.01 and substituting the following:
"4.01 (b) For Class Ia milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100
litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from September 1,1980, the
minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be $45,783.
(c) For Class HI milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in
defined areas of production, effective on and from September 1, 1980, the
minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be $29,600.
(d) For Class IIIa, Class IIIb, and Class IIIc milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 j
kilograms per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from
September 1, 1980, the minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be
$27,900."
2. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75 j
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80) and
by General Order 81 (B.C. Reg. 256/80) is further amended by striking out section 5.01 and!
substituting the following:
"5.01 To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsections (a), (b),
(c), and (d) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential of 35 cents for each
one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres."
3. This order shall come into operation on September 1, 1980.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on August 27, 1980.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
S. L. Hanson, Member
J. L. Gilbert, Member
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 83, Made by the Milk Board on October 14,1980, Repealing General Order j
81 (B.C. Reg. 256/80) and General Order 82 (B.C. Reg. 369/80) and Amending GeneraJ
Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 81 is repealed.
2. General Order 82 is repealed.
3. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 751
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79) and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/801
is further amended by striking out section 3.01 and substituting the following:
"3.01 Qualifying milk shall be classified at the premises of the vendor where it is received froral
the producer on the basis of utilization as follows:
(a) Class I milk shall be qualifying milk utilized by a vendor for sale or transfer in fresh form to
wholesale or retail customers in any part of the Province, or to other vendors in any part ot the
Province.
(b) Class Ia milk shall be qualifying milk utilized by a vendor and packaged in non-brand namS
containers for sale in fresh form to elementary and secondary schools in any part of the
Province.
(c) Class Ib milk shai! be qualifying milk utilized by a vendor in the processing of ultra high
temperature milk for sale or transfer to wholesale or retail customers in any part of tha
Province.
(d) Class III milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and surplus to his
requirements under subsections (a), (b), (d), (e), (f), and (g) of this section.
(e) Class IIIa milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and utilized in thj
manufacture of nonfat milk powder and butter.
J
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980 31
(f) Class niB milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and utilized in the
manufacture of canned evaporated milk.
(g) Class Die milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and utilized in the
manufacture of Cheddar cheese."
4. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79) and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80)
! is further amended by striking out section 4.01 and substituting the following:
"4.01 Every vendor shall account for all qualifying milk he receives from licensed producers at
E not less than the accounting values set out in this section, subject to butterfat differentials set out in
[section 5.01 hereof:
(a) (i) Subject to the provisions of clause (a) (iii) of this subsection for Class I milk with a
butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in defined areas of production
effective November 1, 1980, the minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall
be $46,683.
(a) (ii)   Formula:
Base period—1970-79 =100.
Base period value of milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms in the
Vancouver Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$28.2014 per 100 litres.
Index of Industry Selling Price (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Canada)     x .15
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)     x . 15
Average Weekly Wages and Salaries (computed average published Statistics Canada figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-
month period) :.     X .20
Index of Alfalfa Hay Prices (price computed by the British Columbia
Milk Board and linked to the price movement for imported alfalfa
hay)     x.20
Index of 16% Dairy Feed (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for British Columbia)     x . 10
Wages of Farm Labour (computed average of published Statistics Canada
figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period)     x . 10
Index of Prices of Farm Inputs (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Western Canada)     X .10
Accounting value for 100 litres of qualifying milk containing 3.6 kilograms of butterfat:
Combined index X base period value
 -  $
100 ==
(a) (iii) After November 1, 1980, the minimum Class I accounting value shall increase
only when the aggregate of the monthly increases computed under the formula set
out in clause (a) (ii) of this subsection totals 90 cents or more from the November
1, 1979 formula value base per 100 litres of $41,733. These increases shall be
added to the minimum Class I accounting value per 100 litres of $42,183 as
computed effective November 1, 1979 under clause (a) (i) of this subsection in
increments of 90 cents or multiples thereof, per 100 litres. Aggregate increases in
the formula set out in clause (a) (ii) of this subsection from the effective date of the
previous minimum Class I accounting value increase, which exceed 90 cents per
100 litres shall be added to future increases computed under this formula set out in
clause (a) (ii) of this subsection and shall form part of the subsequent 90 cent per
100 litre increase.
4.01 (b) (i) Subject to the provisions of clause (b) (iii) of this subsection for Class Ia milk with
a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in defined areas of production
effective November 1, 1980, the minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall
be $46,683.
 32 BRITISH COLUMBIA
(b) (ii)   Formula:
Base period—1970-79= 100.
Base period value of milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms in the
Vancouver Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$28.2014 per 100 litres.
Index of Industry Selling Price (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Canada)     x .15J
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)     x .151
Average Weekly Wages and Salaries (computed average published Statistics Canada figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-
month period)     x .2fM
Index of Alfalfa Hay Prices (price computed by the British Columbia
Milk Board and linked to the price movement for imported alfalfa
hay)     x.201
Index of 16% Dairy Feed (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for British Columbia)     x .10J
Wages of Farm Labour (computed average of published Statistics Canada
figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period)     X .KM
Index of Prices of Farm Inputs (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Western Canada) „       x .101
Accounting value for 100 litres of qualifying milk containing 3.6 kilograms of butterfat:
Combined index x base period value
  | j
100 I
(b) (iii) After November 1, 1980, the minimum Class Ia accounting value shall increase
only when the aggregate of the monthly increase computed under the formula sen
out in clause (b) (ii) of this subsection totals 90 cents or more from the NovembeiS
1, 1979 formula value base per 100 litres of $41.733 as set out in clause (a) (iii) of
this section. This increase shall be added to the Class Ia accounting value per 1001
litres of $42.183 as computed effective November 1, 1979 under clause (a) (i) of I
this section in increments of 90 cents or multiples thereof, per 100 litres.
Aggregate increases in the formula set out in clause (b) (ii) of this subsection from
the effective date of the previous minimum Class Ia accounting value increases
which exceed 90 cents per 100 litres shall be added to future increases computed!
under the formula set out in clause (b) (ii) of this subsection and shall form part ofl
the subsequent 90 cent per 100 litre increase.
4.01  (c) (i)    Subjecttotheprovisionsofclause(c)(iii)ofthissubsectionforClasslBmilkwithl
a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in defined areas of production!
effective November 1, 1980, the minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall
be $41,683.
4.01  (c) (ii)   Formula:
Base period—1970-79= 100.
Base period value of milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms in the
Vancouver Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$28.2014 per 100 litres.
Index of Industry Selling Price (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Canada)     x *^i
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)     x • 15
Average Weekly Wages and Salaries (computed average published Statistics Canada figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-
month period)     x -20 I
Index of Alfalfa Hay Prices (price computed by the British Columbia
Milk Board and linked to the price movement for imported alfalfa
hay) e©|.     X-20J
Index of 16% Dairy Feed (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for British Columbia)     X . 10
Wages of Farm Labour (computed average of published Statistics Canada
figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period)    X .101
Index of Prices of Farm Inputs (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Western Canada) d.£ji....::.~ trtU.     x .10|
Combined index for month  . I
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980 33
Accounting value for 100 litres of qualifying milk containing 3.6 kilograms of butterfat:
Combined index X base period value
100
Less: (Until October 31. 1981) Manufacturing Cost Allowance $   5.00
Accounting value for 100 litres of Class Ib Qualifying milk containing
3.6 kilograms of butterfat m ....$
(c) (iii) After November 1, 1980, the minimum Class Ib accounting value shall increase
only when the aggregate of the monthly increase computed under the formula set
out in clause (c) (ii) of this subsection totals 90 cents or more from the November
1,1979 formula value base per 100 litres of $41.733 as set out in clause (a) (iii) of
this section. This increase shall be added to the Class Ib accounting value per 100
litres of $42.183 as computed effective November 1, 1979 under clause (a) (i) of
this section in increments of 90 cents or multiples thereof, per 100 litres.
Aggregate increases in the formula set out in clause (c) (ii) of this subsection from
the effective date of the previous minimum Class Ib accounting value increase,
which exceed 90 cents per 100 litres shall be added to future increases computed
under the formula set out in clause (c) (ii) of this subsection and shall form part of
the subsequent 90 cent per 100 litre increase.
(d) For Class III milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in
defined areas of production, effective on and from November 1, 1980, the
minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be $29,600.
(e) For Class IIIa, Class DTb, and Class IIIc milk with a butterfat content of 3.6
kilograms per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from
November 1, 1980, the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be
$27,900."
t 5. General Order 67. as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
B.C. Reg. 224/79). General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79) and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80)
further amended by striking out section 5.01 and substituting the following:
"5.01 To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsections (a), (b),
Rl(d), and (e) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential of 35 cents for
[ach one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres."
6. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B .C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79) and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80)
Kfurther amended by striking out section 6.01 and substituting the following:
"6.01    Except as otherwise provided in this order, the total value of qualifying milk received
' jJuring any month at each plant of each vendor shall be the total amount computed monthly by the
Board, as follows:
I    (a)  Multiply the litres of qualifying milk in each class for the month by the accounting value for
that class as determined under sections 4.01 and 5.01, and add together the resulting amounts
in each class:
I    (b)  Add or subtract, as the case may be, the amount necessary to correct errors as disclosed by
verification of all vendors' reports for previous months:
(c)  Deduct the transportation costs as determined from time to time by the Board of all transfers
of qualifying milk referred to in section 8.01 hereof:
*    (d)  Deduct the total handling charges at the rates set forth in section 8.02 hereof; provided that in
no case shall this deduction apply to any qualifying milk which would bring a receiving
vendor's total receipts of qualifying milk to more than 110 per cent of his Class I
requirements:
f    (e) The results of these calculations is the net value of the quaitying milk for the purpose of
setting the producer prices for the month."
7. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 75
|B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 109/79) and by General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80)
reformer amended by striking out clauses (c) and (d) of section 7.08 and substituting the following:
"7.08 (c) Without the written consent of the Board, a daily quota may not be transferred in any
manner whatsoever between the two production areas previously defined under the
Act as the Kamloops-Okanagan and the East and West Kootenay areas of production.
 34 BRITISH COLUMBIA
(d) Without the written consent of the Board, a daily milk quota may not be transferred in
any manner whatsoever between any of the production areas previously defineffl
under the Act as the Vancouver, Okanagan-Kootenay, and the Cariboo and Central
British Columbia areas of production."
8. This order shall come into operation on November 1, 1980.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on October 14, 1980.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
S. L. Hanson, Member
J. L- Gilbert, Member
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 84, Made by the Milk Board on December 24, 1980, Amending General
Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 7S
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80), and
by General Order 83 (B.C. Reg. 486/80) is further amended by striking out section 3.01 and
substituting the following:
"3.01 Qualifying milk shall be classified at the premises of the vendor where it is received fr^H
the producer on the basis of utilization as follows:
(a) Class I milk shall be qualifying milk utilized by a vendor for sale or transfer in fresh form to
wholesale or retail customers in any part of the Province, or to other vendors in any part of tin
Province.
(b) Class Ia milk shall be qualifying milk utilized by a vendor and packaged in non-brand name
containers for sale in fresh form to elementary and secondary schools in any part of the
Province.
(c) Class m milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and surplus to his
requirements under subsections (a), (b), (d), (e), and (0 of this section.
(d) Class ITIa milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and utilized in the
manufacture of nonfat milk powder and butter.
(e) Class IIIb milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and utilized in the
manufacture of canned evaporated milk.
(f) Class IIIc milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and utilized in the
manufacture of cheddar cheese."
2. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 7S
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80), and
by General Order 83 (B.C. Reg. 486/80) is further amended by striking out subsections (c), (d), and
(e) of section 4.01 and substituting the following:
"4.01 (c) For Class III milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres in defineM
areas of production, effective on and from January 1,1981, the minimum accounting
value per 100 litres shall be $29,600
(d) For Class IIIa, Class IIIb, and Class IIIc milk with a butterfat content of 3.6
kilograms per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from January
1, 1981, the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $27,900."
3. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order 7S
(B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79), General Order 79 (B.C. Reg. 28/80), and
by General Order 83 (B.C. Reg. 486/80) is further amended by striking out section 5.01 and
substituting the following:
"5.01 To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsections (a), (bM
(c), and (d) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential of 35 cents for eacm
one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres."
4. This order shall come, into operation on January 1, 1981.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on December 24, 1980.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
S. L. Hanson, Member
J. L. Gilbert, Member   ■
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1980 35
APPENDIX B
MARKET SHARE LEVY ACCOUNT
Statement of Financial Position
December 31, 1980
&ts
Bank  $   748,411
Levies receivable  757,001
Office equipment  1,965
Total Assets   $1,507,377
wilities and Surplus
abilities:
Levies payable to C.D.C LJwlXUJL    $   618,530
Refund payable to producers         864,604
Accounts payable  14,848
  $1,497,982
ffplus:
Income over expense  9,395
Total Liabilities and Surplus   $1,507,377
MARKET SHARE LEVY ACCOUNT
Statement of Income and Expense
for the period January 1, 1980 to December 31,1980
nasfma
Income from levy    $3,953,441
Interest  91,667
xpenses
C.D.C. levy payment	
Interest paid to producers.,
Office and postage	
Travel expense	
Meeting expense	
Data processing	
Telephone	
$3,953,440
60,416
5,852
36,817
10,333
24,200
4,773
4,095,831
:xcess (deficiency) of revenue over expenditure    (     50,723)
urplus at beginning of year  60,118
raplus at end of year    $       9,395
Queen's Printer for British Columbia <!
Victoria, 1981
 

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