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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
for the
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31
1977
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1978
  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 Thirty-second Annual Report of the Milk Board
under that Act for the year ended December 31, 1977.
THE MILK BOARD
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
Vancouver, B.C., February 28, 1978.
  Thirty-second Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31, 1977
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, 1977.
LEGISLATION
Milk Industry Act
The Thirty-first Legislative Assembly did not pass any amendments to the
Milk Industry Act during the 1977 Session of the Legislature.
Milk Board General Orders
General Order 66 (B.C. Reg. 158/77), made on the 21st day of April 1977,
to come into operation on the 1st day of May 1977, repealed General Order 64
(B.C. Reg. 262/76) and General Order 65 (B.C. Reg. 617/76) and amended
General Order 57 (B.C. Reg. 277/74). General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
made on the 15th day of July 1977, to come into operation on the 1st day of August
1977, replaced all former orders. General Order 68 (B.C. Reg. 505/77) made
on the 2nd day of November 1977, to come into operation on the 3rd day of
November 1977, amended General Order 67. Milk Market-sharing Order 2
(B.C. Reg. 282/77) made on the 9th day of June 1977, to come into operation on
the 1st day of July 1977. The orders referred to herein are reprinted in Appendix A.
Milk Board Membership and Activities
Membership of the Board remained unchanged from the previous year, with
Elmer D. Daum, B.A., C.A., as Chairman, and J. D. Honeyman and S. L. Hanson
as the other members.
The Board held many meetings to discuss matters of policy and held numerous
additional meetings with producers, vendors, and other interested parties to discuss
matters pertinent to the milk industry. Board representatives attended meetings of
the Dairy Committee of the British Columbia Federation of Agriculture and the
Board members attended the Federation's Annual Convention. The Board Chairman and the Administrator attended the meeting held by the International Association of Milk Control Agencies which took place in Rochester, N.Y.
The Board Chairman and the Administrator, together with the members of
the Market Share Advisory Committee, attended the meetings of the Canadian
Dairy Commission Milk Supply Management Committee in Ottawa. The Administrator of the Milk Board continued to serve on the Secretariat to the Milk Supply
Management Committee. The Board Chairman continued to serve on the committee formed to investigate the possibility of integrating fluid and industrial milk
in Canada.
J. Gilbert and J. Waardenburg and R. Emblem continued to serve as members of the Market Share Advisory Committee. The Committee 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 matters related to
these programs.
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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 1977.
Statistical Information
On the 1st day of August 1977, measurement of milk production and sales in
British Columbia was changed from imperial measure to the metric system.
To standardize, and for comparison purposes, milk production, utilization,
accounting values, and quota and excess milk prices for the period January 1, 1977,
to July 31, 1977, have been converted to metric and equivalent dollar values.
General Order 67 was issued to restate in metric all previous orders using
imperial measurement.
Factors used to convert from imperial to metric and their reciprocals are as
f0ll0WS: Conversion
Factor Reciprocal
Pounds to litres  0.4405126        2.2700826
Pounds to kilograms   0.4535924        2.2046225
Table I (A, b, c)—Analysis of Litre Sales by Product Category
Total litre sales increased 2.59 per cent in the combined controlled production areas of the Province during 1977.
With the exception of light cream, all product categories participated in the
increase.
Home delivery sales in the controlled areas accounted for 13.66 per cent of all
litre sales and store sales accounted for 86.34 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 Vancouver 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 1977 increased 3.06 per cent in the
controlled areas of milk production.
Quota milk receipts in the controlled milk production areas were 77.13 per
cent of the total production during 1977, a decrease from 78.05 per cent in 1976.
Class I utilization of quota receipts increased from 84.29 per cent in 1976 to
85.09 per cent in 1977.
Table IV (a, b, c)—1977 Year-to-date Production and Class I Utilization
Compared to 1976
This table shows a monthly comparison of 1977 production and Class I
utilization to 1976 in both litres of milk and percentage change.
Table V—Class I Accounting Value Formula and Producer Price
The contents of this table summarize the accounting values for each class of
utilization announced by the Milk Board for the calendar year 1977.   Also shown
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are producer prices (before adjustments), calculated monthly by the Board. Details relative to Milk Board general orders referred to in the table may be found
in the Appendix, where Milk Board general orders are reprinted.
Table VI—Licensing Information
Under the provisions of the Milk Industry Act and General Order 67 as
amended, the Milk Board issues Class I licences to vendors and milk jobbers and
Class 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 1977/78
licences issued, cancelled, and in effect December 31, 1977, is contained in Table
VI. There was a net decrease of 52 producers from December 1976 to December
1977, which is a 4.24-per-cent reduction.
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Table IVa—British Columbia Mainland Area, 1977 Year-to-date
Production and Class I Utilization Compared to 1976
Month
1977
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 1)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1976
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 3)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1977
Compared
to 19761
(Col. 5)
Per Cent
of
Change*
(Col. 6)
1977
Compared
to 19762
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Change2
(Col. 8)
January.....
February-
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September.—
October	
November	
December	
Litres
29 225 641
27 168 665
30 548 438
30 086 722
31 676 744
29 488 909
30 085 195
29 234 140
28 611307
29 077 926
27 354 125
29 038 037
Litres
29 225 641
56 394 306
86 942 744
117 029 466
148 706 210
178 195 119
208 280 314
237 514 454
266 125 761
295 203 687
322 557 812
351 595 849
Litres
28 757 329
27 401 470
30 430 595
29 781 156
31 634 573
28 905 555
28 699 399
27 605 676
26 331 264
27 226 076
26 104 405
28 135 015
Litres
28 757 329
56 158 799
86 589 394
116 370 550
148 005 123
176 910 678
205 610 077
233 215 753
259 547 017
286 773 093
312 877 498
341012 513
Litres
+468 312
—232 805
+ 117 843
+305 566
+42 171
+583 354
+1 385 796
+ 1 628 464
+2 280 043
+ 1 851 850
+ 1249 720
+903 022
+ 1.63
—0.85
+0.39
+ 1.03
+0.13
+2.02
+4.83
+5.90
+8.66
+6.80
+4.79
+3.21
Litres
+468 312
+235 507
+353 350
+658 916
+701 087
+ 1284 441
+2 670 237
+4 298 701
+6 578 744
+8 430 594
+9 680 314
+ 10 583 336
+ 1.63
+0.42
+0.41
+0.57
+0.47
+0.73
+ 1.30
+ 1.84
+2.53
+2.94
+3.09
+3.10
Month
1977
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
1976
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
1977
Per Cent
Compared
of
to 19763
Change^
(Col. 13)
(Col. 14)
Litres
—345 872
— 1.89
+379 084
+2.26
+623 894
+3.35
+91 377
+0.50
+384 939
+2.20
+472 787
+2.63
-243 680
-1.34
+2 001621
+ 11.54
+844 130
+4.65
+275 253
+ 1.46
+ 1 104 290
+6.09
+984 339
+5.26
1977
Compared
to 1976*
(Col. 15)
Per Cent
of
Change4
(Col. 16)
January	
February—
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September-
October.—
November-
December—
Litres
17 955 360
17 159 278
19 262 587
18 408 002
17 889 130
18 473 498
17 942 565
19 344 708
18 978 438
19 110 426
19 245 453
19 708 891
Litres
17 955 360
35 114 638
54 377 225
72 785 227
90 674 357
109 147 855
127 090 420
146 435 128
165 413 566
184 523 992
203 769 445
223 478 336
Litres
18 301 232
16 780 194
18 638 693
18 316 625
17 504 191
18 000 711
18 186 245
17 343 087
18 134 308
18 835 173
18 141 163
18 724 552
Litres
18 301 232
35 081 426
53 720 119
72 036 744
89 540 935
107 541 646
|125 727 891
143 070 978
161 205 286
180 040 459
198 181 622
216 906 174
Litres
-345 872
+33 212
+657 106
+748 483
+ 1 133 422
+ 1606 209
+ 1362 529
+3 364 150
+4 208 280
+4 483 533
+5 587 823
+6 572 162
-1.89
+0.09
+ 1.22
+ 1.04
+ 1.27
+ 1.49
+1.08
+2.35
+2.61
+2.49
+2.82
+3.03
i 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.
+ = Increase.       — = Decrease.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1977
R 17
Table IVb—Vancouver Island Area, 1977 Year-to-date Production
and Class I Utilization Compared to 1976
Month
1977
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 1)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1976
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 3)
1977
Compared
to 19761
(Col. 5)
Per Cent
of
Changei
(Col. 6)
1977
Compared
to 19762
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Changes
(Col. 8)
January....
February-
March 	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August —
September
October	
November
December
Litres
3 904 967
3 573 906
4 016 081
3 947 909
4 157 707
3 814 455
3 939 722
3 866 944
3 822 725
3 903 022
3 747 557
3 936 760
Litres
3 904 967
7 478 873
11494 954
15 442 863
19 600 570
23 415025
27 354 747
31 221 691
35 044 416
38 947 438
42 694 995
46 631755
Litres
3 873 599
3 729 002
3 986 424
3 867 757
4 049 750
3 725 642
3 756 721
3 724 506
3 607 785
3 689 619
3 574 470
3 791 884
Litres
3 873 599
7 602 601
11 589 025
15 456 782
19 506 532
23 232 174
26 988 895
30 713 401
34 321 186
38 010 805
41 585 275
45 377 159
Litres
+31 368
— 155 096
+29 657
+ 80 152
+ 107 957
+ 88 813
+ 183 001
+ 142 438
+214 940
+213 403
+ 173 087
+ 144 876
+0.81
—4.16
+0.74
+2.07
+2.67
+2.38
+4.87
+3.82
+5.96
+5.78
+4.84
+3.82
Litres
+31 368
— 123 728
—94 071
— 13 919
+94 038
+ 182 851
+365 852
+508 290
+723 230
+936 633
+ 1 109 720
+ 1254 596
+0.81
-1.63
-0.81
-0.09
+0.48
+0.79
+ 1.36
+ 1.65
+2.11
+2.46
+2.67
+2.76
Month
1977
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
1976
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
1977
Compared
to 19763
(Col. 13)
Per Cent
of
Changes
(Col. 14)
1977
Compared
to 1976*
(Col. 15)
Per Cent
of
Change*
(Col. 16)
January ...
February...
March	
April.	
May	
June	
July _...
August	
September
October	
November
December.
Litres
2 935 693
2 889 119
3 236 529
3 151 837
3 126 598
3 103 408
3 118 103
3 332 680
3 344 164
3 192 068
3 197 062
3 292 907
Litres
2 935 693
5 824 812
9 061 341
12 213 178
15 339 776
18 443 184
21561287
24 893 967
28 238 131
31 430 199
34 627 261
37 920 167
Litres
2 969 962
2 830 837
3 114 141
3 220 590
3 024 932
3 082 340
3 224 434
3 133 801
3 176 898
3 211769
3 108 522
3 200 102
Litres
2 969 962
5 800 799
8 914 940
12 135 530
15 160 462
18 242 802
21 467 236
24 601037
27 777 935
30 989 704
34 098 226
37 298 328
Litres
—34 269
+58 282
+ 122 398
—68 753
+ 101 666
+21 068
-106 331
+ 198 879
+ 167 266
-19 701
+ 88 540
+92 805
-1.15
+2.06
+3.93
—2.13
+3.36
+0.68
-3.30
+6.35
+5.27
—0.61
+2.85
+2.90
Litres
-34 269
+24 013
+ 146 401
+77 648
+ 179 314
+200 382
+94 051
+292 930
+460 796
+440 495
+529 035
+621 840
— 1.15
+0.41
+ 1.64
+0.64
+1.18
+ 1.10
+0.44
+ 1.19
+ 1.66
+1.42
+ 1.55
+1.67
1 Col. 1 compared to Col. 3.
3 Col. 9 compared to Col. 11.
2 Col. 2 compared to Col. 4.
*Col. 10 compared to Col. 12.
Increase.        — — Decrease.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IVc—All Areas Combined, 1977 Year-to-date Production
and Class I Utilization Compared to 1976
Month
1977
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 1)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1976
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 3)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1977
Per Cent
Compared
of
to 19761
Changei
(Col. 5)
(Col. 6)
Litres
+499 680
+ 1.53
-387 901
-1.25
+147 500
+0.43
+385 718
+ 1.15
+ 150 128
+0.42
+672 167
+2.06
+ 1 568 797
+4.83
+ 1 770 902
+5.65
+2 494 983
+8.33
+2 065 253
+6.68
+ 1 422 807
+4.79
+ 1 047 898
+3.28
1977
Compared
to 19762
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Changes
(Col. 8)
January....
February-
March.	
April	
May.	
June	
July.	
August	
September.
October-
November
December.
Litres
33 130 608
30 742 571
34 564 519
34 034 631
35 834 451
33 303 364
Litres
33 130 608
63 873 179
98 437 698
132 472 329
168 306 780
201 610 144
34 024 917|235 635 061
33 101 084
32 434 032
32 980 948
31 101682
32 974 797
268 736 145
301 170 177
334 151 125
365 252 807
398 227 604
Litres
32 630 928
31 130 472
34 417 019
33 648 913
35 684 323
32 631 197
32 456 120
31 330 182
29 939 049
30 915 695
29 678 875
31 926 899
Litres
32 630 928
63 761 400
98 178 419
131 827 332
167 511655
200 142 852
232 598 972
263 929 154
293 868 203
324 783 898
354 462 773
386 389 672
Litres
+499 680
+ 111779
+259 279
+644 997
+795 125
+ 1 467 292
+3 036 089
+4 806 991
+7 301 974
+9 367 227
+ 10 790 034
+ 11 837 932
+ 1.53
+0.18
+0.26
+0.49
+0.47
+0.73
+ 1.31
+ 1.82
+2.48
+2.88
+3.04
+3.06
Month
1977
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
1976
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
1977
Compared
to 19763
(Col. 13)
Per Cent
of
Changes
(Col. 14)
1977
Compared
to 1976*
(Col. 15)
Per Cent
of
Change*
(Col. 16)
January	
February-
March.	
April	
May—	
June	
July 	
August	
September-
October	
November..
December-
Litres
20 891 053
20 048 397
22 499 126
21 559 839
21 015 728
21 576 906
21 060 668
22 677 388
22 322 602
22 302 494
22 442 515
23 001 798
Litres
20 891 053
40 939 450
63 438 576
84 998 415
106 014 143
127 591 049
148 651717
171 329 105
193 651 707
215 954 201
238 396 716
261 398 514
Litres
21 271 194
19 611031
21 752 834
21 537 215
20 529 123
21083 051
21 410 679
20 476 888
21 311 206
22 046 942
21 249 685
21 924 654
Litres
21 271 194
40 882 225
62 635 059
84 172 274
104 701 397
125 784 448
147 195 127
167 672 015
188 983 221
211030 163
232 279 848
254 204 502
Litres
-380 141
+437 366
+746 292
+22 624
+486 605
+493 855
—350 011
+2 200 500
+ 1011396
+255 552
+ 1 192 830
+ 1077 144
— 1.79
+2.23
+3.43
+0.11
+2.37
+2.34
-1.63
+ 10.75
+4.75
+1.16
+5.61
+4.91
Litres
—380 141
+57 225
+803 517
+826 141
+ 1 312 746
+ 1806 601
+ 1 456 590
+3 657 090
+4 668 486
+4 924 038
+6 116 868
+7 194 012
— 1.79
+0.14
+1.28
+0.98
+ 1.25
+ 1.44
+0.99
+2.18
+2.47
+2.33
+2.63
+2.83
i Col. 1 compared to Col. 3.
3 Col. 9 compared to Col. 11.
2 Col. 2 compared to Col. 4.
* Col. 10 compared to Col. 12.
+ = Increase.       — — Decrease.
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Table VI—Licensing Information
British Columbia
Mainland
Vancouver Island
Total
Class I
Class II
Class I
Class II
Class I
Class II
Issued from April 1, 1977 	
1
32        |      1,120
69
8
134
40
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In effect December 31, 1977  	
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40                 1.099
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127
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1,226
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1977 R 21
APPENDIX A
B.C. Reg. 158/77
General Order 66, Made by the Milk Board on the 21st Day of April 1977, Repealing
General Order 64 (B.C. Reg. 262/76) and General Order 65 (B.C. Reg. 617/76),
and Amending General Order 57 (B.C. Reg. 277/74)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 64 is repealed.
2. General Order 65 is repealed.
3. General Order 57 is 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 from 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 the Province:
(b) Class III milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and surplus
to his requirements under subsections (a), (c), (d), and (e) of this section:
(c) Class IIIa milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and
utilized in the manufacture of nonfat milk powder and butter:
(d) Class IIIb milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and
utilized in the manufacture of canned evaporated milk:
(e) Class IIIc milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and
utilized in the manufacture of cheddar cheese."
4. General Order 57 is 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) For Class I milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content received in defined areas of production, the minimum accounting value each month shall be the value computed under
the following formula:
Base period—1967-76 = 100.
Base period value of 3.5 per cent milk in the Vancouver Island and British
Columbia Mainland areas of production—$9.8180 a hundred pounds.
Index of Wholesale Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)       X .15
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)    X -15
Index of 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 provided Statistics Canada index
for British Columbia)    X-10
Index of 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 	
Accounting value for a hundred pounds of 3.5 per cent qualifying milk:
Combined index X based period value = $
100
(b) For Class III milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas of production, effective
on and from May 1, 1977, the minimum accounting value a hundred pounds shall
be $9,650.
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(c) For Class 111a, Class IIIb, and Class IIIc milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all
areas of production, effective on and from May 1, 1977, the minimum accounting
value a hundred pounds shall be $8,900."
5. General Order 57 is amended by striking out section 5.01 and substituting the following:
"5.01    To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsection (a),
(b), and (c) of section 4.01 hereof, there shall be added or subtracted a differential of 12.0
cents for each one-tenth of 1 per cent butterfat therein above or below 3.5 per cent."
6. General Order 57 is amended by striking out section 7.08 (c) and substituting the
following:
"(c) Prior to July 1, 1980, 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."
7. General Order 57 is amended by adding subsection  (d) to section 7.08, as follows:
"(d) Prior to July 1, 1980, 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."
8. General Order 57 is amended by striking out section 7.10 (a) and substituting the
following:
"(a) Subject to the provisions of section 7.08 and section 7.09 hereof, without the written
consent of the Board, a licensed producer shall not be allotted, in a defined area of production,
a daily milk quota exceeding 1 per cent of the total daily milk quotas allotted in the areas
previously defined under the Act as the Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Okanagan-Kootenay,
and Cariboo and Central British Columbia areas of production."
9. General Order 57 is amended by adding section 7.16 as follows:
"7.16 (a) A daily milk quota allotted by the Board in the name of a partnership shall
be recorded by the Board in the name of the partnership and the partners.
"(b) 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 shareholders of the company.
"(c) Subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section there shall be filed annually
with the Board a copy of the company's annual report as required under the Companies Act."
10. General   Order   57   is   amended   by   striking   out   section   8.01   and   substituting   the
following:
"8.01 The Board may direct that excess quantities of qualifying milk received or to be
received by a vendor shall be transferred by that vendor to another or other vendors requiring
the milk for Class I utilization."
11. General Order 57 is amended by striking out section 8.02 and substituting the
following:
"8.02 Handling charges at the rate of 35 cents a hundred pounds shall be allowed to the
transferring vendor on qualifying milk transferred under the provision of section 8.01 hereof."
12. General Order 57 is amended by striking out section 12.02 and substituting the
following:
"12.02 (a) On or before the 19th day after the end of each month, each vendor shall
make payment to each producer for qualifying milk received at the plant of the vendor from
each producer during the previous month,
(1) in respect of quota qualifying milk, at not less than the price for quota qualifying
milk for the quantity of quota qualifying milk received adjusted for butterfat differential, as provided in section 11.01 hereof;
(2) in respect of qualifying milk supplied in excess of quota, at not less than the price
for qualifying milk supplied in excess of quota, for the quantity of milk in excess of
quota received adjusted for butterfat differential as provided in section 11.01 hereof.
"(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
$11.00 per hundred pounds of milk.
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"(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 $11.00 per hundred pounds of milk.
"(d) Milk supplied to a vendor by an agent for producers, or by a co-operative association
distributing milk produced by members of the association, shall be deemed to have been supplied
by members of the association producing the milk, but nothing herein contained shall require
any vendor to make payment for the milk to any person other than the agent for producers
or co-operative association supplying the milk.
"(e) Payment for qualifying milk pursuant to subsections (a), (b), and (c) of this section
shall be in cash or by bank cheque which is immediately negotiable."
13. This order shall come into operation on the 1st day of May 1977.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, this 21st day of April 1977.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
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B.C. Reg. 289/77 '
General Order 67, Made by the Milk Board on July 15, 1977, to
Replace All Former Orders of the Milk Board
For the purpose of controlling and regulating under the Milk Industry Act (hereinafter
referred to as the "Act") the marketing in British Columbia of milk produced in the Province,
the Milk Board makes the following general order in relation to this marketing:
Application
1.01 This order shall apply only to milk qualifying for the fluid market produced or
marketed or offered for market in an area of production referred to in the Act, and milk which
does not qualify for the fluid market shall not be marketed or offered for market in any area
of production for human consumption in fluid form.
1.02 Every person coming within the definitions of "producer" or "vendor" under the
Act shall be classified as such for the purposes of this order.
Licences
2.01 The Board may issue licences to every vendor and to every producer, as follows:
(a) Vendors' licences, referred to as Class I licences:
(b) Producers' licences, referred to as Class II licences.
2.02 Save as otherwise provided in the Act or this order, no person shall act as a producer
or act as a vendor unless he is in possession of a current licence issued by the Board of the
appropriate class which is in good standing, and no person shall be relieved of compliance with
the requirements in respect of either class on the ground that he is the holder of a licence of
another class.
2.03 Every application for a licence shall be made in writing to the Board in the form
and giving all particulars as may from time to time be prescribed by the Board, and every
application shall be accompanied by the fee provided in section 2.07 hereof.
2.04 Every licence issued under this order shall expire on the 31st day of March next
following the date of issue thereof, unless previously suspended or revoked under this order.
2.05 Licences issued hereunder shall not be transferable.
2.06 (a) The Board shall not issue any licence hereunder to any applicant unless,
(1) in the case of a Class II licence, he is the holder of the appropriate certificate of
approval pursuant to section 4 of the Act; and,
(2) in the case of licences in both classes, he has complied with the requirements of every
government authority, Federal, Provincial, and municipal, applicable to the operations
to which his application pertains, including the provisions as to licensing contained in
Parts I and II of the regulations under the Act;
(3) in the case of a Class I licence, he undertakes by his application therefore, as a
condition upon which the same shall be issued or renewed, to comply with the
provisions of this order, as amended from time to time.
(b) The Board may from time to time revoke or suspend for such time as it seems proper,
not exceeding 60 days, any licence issued by the Board, the holder of which does not comply
and maintain compliance with the provisions of subsection (a) of this section.
2.07 There shall be payable to the Board a fee of $1 in respect of each licence issued
under this order.
2.08 The Board shall renew every Class II licence hereunder without previous application
therefore, provided the holder thereof is still a producer and has maintained compliance with
this order.
2.09 On the first day of April in each year every vendor shall furnish the Board with the
names and addresses of all holders of Class II licences supplying qualifying milk to him as at
that date, and shall, as agent of the Board, collect from each Class II licensee the licence fee
of $1 payable by each Class II licensee, and shall on that date remit the fee to the Board.
2.10 The Board may from time to time revoke or suspend for such time as it seems
proper, not exceeding 60 days, any licence issued by the Board, the holder of which fails to
comply and maintain compliance with the provisions of the Act or of any regulations thereunder, or of any municipal by-law made in accordance with the provisions of the Act, or of
any order of the Board, or with the provisions of the Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act or of
the regulations thereunder.
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2.11 When any licence has been suspended for noncompliance with the provisions of
section 2.06 (a) hereof, or for breach of any of the provisions referred to in section 2.10
hereof, and the breach or noncompliance has not been rectified within the period of suspension,
this suspension shall continue, and if the breach or noncompliance shall continue after a period
of 60 days, then the Board shall forthwith revoke the licence.
Classification of Qualifying Milk
3.01 Qualifying milk shall be classified at the premises of the vendor where it is received
from 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 the Province:
(b) Class III milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and
surplus to his requirements under subsection (a), (c), (d), and (e) of this section:
(c) Class IIIa milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and
utilized in the manufacture of nonfat milk powder and butter:
(d) Class IIIb milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and
utilized in the manufacture of canned evaporated milk:
(e) Class IIIc milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and
utilized in the manufacture of cheddar cheese.
4.01 Every vendor shall account for all qualifying milk he received 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) For Class I milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres received in
defined areas of production, the minimum accounting value each month shall be the
value computed under the following formula:
Base period—1967-76 = 100.
Basic period value of 3.6 kilograms butterfat content in the Vancouver
Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$22.2869
per 100 litres.
Index of Wholesale Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)   X .15
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)   X .15
Index of 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
Index of 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
Accounting value for 100 litres of qualifying milk containing 3.6 kilograms
of butterfat:
Combined index X base period value = $
100
(b) For Class III milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres
in defined areas of production, effective on and from August 1, 1977, the minimum
accounting value per 100 litres shall be $21.9000.
(c) For Class IIIa, Class IIIb, 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
August 1, 1977, the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $20.2000.
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Butterfat Differentials for Accounting Values
5.01 To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsections
(a), (b), and (c) of section 4.01 hereof, there shall be added or subtracted a differential of
27.0 cents for each tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres.
Computation of Total Value of Qualifying Milk
6.01 Except as otherwise provided in this order, the total value of qualifying milk
received during any month at each plant of each vendor shall be the total amount computed
monthly by the Board, as follows:
(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:
(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:
(e) The results of these calculations is the net value of the qualifying milk for the
purpose of setting the producer prices for the month.
Quotas
7.01 In this order, "quota period" means the four months of any calendar year in which
the average daily production of qualifying milk was the lowest during that year.
7.02 All daily milk quotas allotted to licensed producers at the date this order comes
into operation shall remain in effect until suspended or revoked by the Board, subject to the
following conditions:
(a) If a producer fails to supply his daily milk quota during the quota periods of two
successive years, effective on the first day of March next following, his daily milk
quota shall be reduced to his average daily shipments of qualifying milk during those
two quota periods:
(b) If a producer supplies more than his daily milk quota during the quota period in any
year, and if, during the quota period of the same year, the total number of litres of
qualifying milk utilized for Class I purposes has increased over the number of litres
so utilized during the quota period of the previous year, his daily milk quota shall be
increased, effective the first day of March next following, by adding thereto the
number of litres calculated by allotting among all producers who have supplied more
than their daily milk quotas during the period the number of litres by which the
utilization of qualifying milk for Class I purposes has increased as aforesaid, pro rata
according to the number of litres of qualifying milk which each producer has supplied
in excess of his daily milk quota.
7.03 An unlicensed producer who has complied with all the regulations under the Act
respecting the production and supplying of qualifying milk and who has supplied qualifying
milk to a vendor for the six-month qualifying period of July 1 to December 31 in a year may,
over a four-year period, establish and be allotted by the Board, commencing on the first day
of March next following, a daily milk quota computed by the Board as follows:
First year: By taking 25 per cent of the producer's average daily shipments of qualifying
milk during the previous quota period and reducing the number of litres resulting
from this calculation to a percentage thereof equal to the percentage 120 per cent of
the Class I ultiziation is to the total production during the same quota period. If, in
calculating the first year's quota allotment, the qualification period, as specified in this
section, does not include all months of the current quota period, the producer's
average daily shipments during the quota months falling within the qualifying period
shall be deemed to be the producer's average daily shipments for the entire current
quota period.
Second year: By taking 50 per cent of the same producer's average daily shipments of
qualifying milk during the previous two quota periods and reducing the number of
litres resulting from this calculation to a percentage thereof equal to the percentage
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120 per cent of Class I utilization is to the total production of qualifying milk in the
area during the current quota period.
Third year: By taking 75 per cent of the same producer's average daily shipments of
qualifying milk during the previous three quota periods and reducing the number of
litres resulting from this calculation to a percentage thereof equal to the percentage
120 per cent of Class I utilization is to the total production of qualifying milk in the
area during the current quota period.
Fourth year: By taking 100 per cent of the same producers' average daily shipments of
qualifying milk during the previous four quota periods and reducing the number of
litres resulting from this calculation to a percentage thereof equal to the percentage
120 per cent of Class I utilization is to the total production of qualifying milk in the
area during the current quota period.
The daily milk quota established and allotted by the Board under the calculation set out
for the fourth year shall remain in effect until suspended or revoked by the Board, subject to
the provision of subsections (a) and (b) of section 7.02.
7.04 Without the written consent of the Board, a daily milk quota shall not be allotted
to any licensed producer unless his dairy farm premises is equipped with a farm holding-tank.
7.05 Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 7.02 and 7.03 hereof, if the special
circumstances appear to warrant action, at any time in any year allotted daily quotas may be
adjusted, as new daily quotas allotted, on the basis which the Board in its discretion deems
advisable.
7.06 For the purposes of section 7.03 hereof, a producer whose daily milk supply to a
vendor is in the ordinary course delivered at regular intervals exceeding one day shall be
deemed to have qualified for a daily quota if the deliveries are made regularly during the
designated quota period.
7.07 Where, during any calendar month,
(a) any milk delivered by a licensed producer during the month has been declared by a
licensed milk-grader to be unsuitable for the fluid-milk trade; or
(b) a producer's licence has been suspended by the Board, the quota of the producer
shall be decreased by the proportion which the number of days within the month
during which the milk was unsuitable for use in the fluid-milk trade during which the
licence was under suspension bears to the number of days comprising the month.
7.08 (a) Without the written consent of the Board, a daily quota may not be transferred
in any manner whatsoever from one licensed producer to another unless the transferring producer has been licensed by the Board for a period of not less than five consecutive years.
(b) A daily quota may not be transferred in any manner whatsoever from one area of
production defined under the Act to another area of production defined under the Act.
(c) Prior to July 1, 1980, 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) Prior to July 1, 1980, 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.
7.09 Subject to the provisions of sections 7.08 and 7.17 hereof, on the first day of any
month only, upon written application received and accepted by the Board, not less than 15
days before the requested date of transfer, the Board may approve the application from a
licensed producer for permission to transfer his daily milk quota to another licensed producer
in the same area of production under the following circumstances only:
(a) A daily milk quota of less than 100 litres shall not be transferred to more than one
licensed producer:
(b) A daily milk quota of 100 litres or more shall not be divided into amounts of less
than 50 litres where the quota is being transferred to more than one licensed
producer.
7.10 (a) Subject to the provisions of sections 7.08 and 7.09 hereof, without the written
consent of the Board, a licensed producer shall not be allotted, in a defined area of production,
a daily milk quota exceeding 1 per cent of the total daily milk quotas allotted in the areas
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previously defined under the Act as the Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Okanagan-Kootenay,
and Cariboo and Central British Columbia areas of production.
(b) Subsection (a) shall apply to the aggregate of all daily milk quotas allotted to a
producer and to all quotas in which a person may have an interest by means of partnership,
corporate agreement, or share equity.
7.11 A licensed producer who ceases deliveries of qualifying milk to a vendor for more
than 60 consecutive days shall lose his daily quota until he can establish a new daily quota
under the provisions of section 7.03 hereof.
7.12 As soon as daily milk quotas computed by the Board have been allotted, notice of
the amount of the producer's daily quota shall be given by the Board to the producer and to
the vendor receiving the producer's shipments of milk.
7.13 If a producer operated more than one dairy-farm, he shall establish a separate daily
quota with respect to qualifying milk produced on and delivered from each farm.
7.14 Only "qualifying producers," as defined under section 2 of the Act, may establish
or earn daily quotas pursuant to the provisions of section 7.03 hereof, and, unless otherwise
authorized in writing by the Board, one daily quota only shall be allotted in respect of milk
produced by herds owned or controlled by more than one person where the land and premises
on which the milk is produced are jointly owned or jointly operated.
7.15 (a) Upon written application to the Board, not less than 60 days before the
requested date of transfer, the Board may approve the application from a licensed producer
for permission to transfer, on the first day of any month, his shipments of qualifying milk and
his daily milk quota from one licensed vendor to another in the same areas of production,
provided that the vendor to whom the producer applies to transfer requires additional milk for
his Class I requirements and that the total receipts of qualifying milk of the vendor from whom
he is transferring will not be reduced below 100 per cent of that vendor's Class I requirements;
and provided further than in no case shall the approval of any application supersede any term
or any condition of any contract, to which the producer is a party, requiring a longer period
than 60 days to terminate the contract.
(b) Upon written application to the Board not less than 60 days before the requested date
receipts of qualifying milk from a licensed producer are to be discontinued, the Board may
approve the application of a licensed vendor for permission to discontinue receiving on the
last day of any month shipments of qualifying milk from a licensed producer; provided that
the non-receipt of the quantity of qualifying milk involved does not reduce the total receipts
of qualifying milk by the vendor below 110 per cent of his Class I requirements; and provided
further that in no case shall the approval of any application supersede any term or any condition
of any contract, to which the vendor is a party, requiring a longer period than 60 days to
terminate the contract.
(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (a) and (b) of this section, if any
application appears to warrant special consideration it may be dealt with on the basis which
the Board, at its discretion, deems advisable.
7.16 (a) A daily milk quota allotted by the Board in the name of a partnership shall
be recorded by the Board in the name of the partnership and the partners.
(b) 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 shareholders
of the company.
(c) Subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section there shall be filed annually
with the Board a copy of the company's annual report as required under the Companies Act.
7.17 (a) Subject to the provisions of sections 7.02 (a), 7.08, 7.09, and 7.10 hereof, the
daily milk quota allotted to a producer effective August 1, 1977, shall be deemed by the
Board to be transferable from one licensed producer to another.
(b) After August 1, 1977, a daily milk quota allotted by the Board to a licensed producer
under the provisions of sections 7.02 (b), 7.03, and 7.05 hereof or acquired by transfer under
the provisions of section 7.09 hereof shall be deemed by the Board to be non-transferable
between licensed producers and shall revert to the Board upon cancellation of the producer's
Class II licence.
(c) Reductions in a producer's allotted daily milk quota as provided for in section 7.02 (a)
hereof shall be deducted from the transferable portion of a producer's daily milk quota in the
same proportion as the transferable portion of the daily milk quota bears to the total daily milk
quota.
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R 29
Transfer of Qualifying Milk From One Vendor to Another
8.01 The Board may direct that excess quantities of qualifying milk received or to be
received by a vendor shall be transferred by that vendor to another or other vendors requiring
the milk for Class I utilization.
8.02 Handling charges at the rate of 80 cents per 100 litres shall be allowed to the
transferring vendor on qualifying milk transferred under the provision of section 8.01 hereof.
Computation of Producers' Prices for Quota Milk
9.01 For each month the Board shall compute the producers' price per 100 litres for
quota milk, as follows:
(a) Combine into one total the values computed pursuant to section 6.01 hereof for all
vendors:
(b) Subtract, if the average butterfat content of the milk represented by the values
included under subsection (a) of this section is greater than 3.6 kilograms per 100
litres, or add, if that average butterfat content is less than 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres,
an amount computed by multiplying the butterfat differential, computed pursuant to
section 11.01 hereof, the amount by which the average butterfat content of this milk
varies from 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres and multiply the resulting figure by the total
number of hundreds of litres of milk:
(c) Determine the volume of each class of qualifying milk that is in excess of quotas by
prorating the total quantity of each class of milk in excess quotas on the basis that
its utilization bears to the total volume of Classes III, IIIa, IIIb, and IIIc milk and
multiply the number of hundreds of litres of each class by the accounting value for
each class of milk of 3.6 kilograms per 100 litres butterfat content:
(d) Compute the total value of quota milk by subtracting the amounts computed pursuant
to the provisions of subsection (c) of this section from the next amount computed
pursuant to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section:
(e) Divide the net amount obtained pursuant to the provisions of subsection (d) of this
section by the total number of hundreds of litres of quota milk, casting off any
fractional part of 1 cent. The net result of the calculations shall be the price per
100 litres of quota milk of 3.6 kilograms butterfat content which the Board fixes
monthly as the amount every vendor shall pay to producers.
Computation of Producers' Price for Qualifying Milk Supplied in Excess of Quotas
10.01 For each month the Board may compute the producers' price for qualifying milk
supplied in excess of quotas by dividing the total amounts computed pursuant to the provisions
of subsection (c) of section 9.01 by the total numbers of hundreds of litres of qualifying milk
supplied in excess of quotas, casting off any fractional part of 1 cent. The net result shall be
the price of 100 litres of qualifying milk of 3.6 kilograms butterfat content supplied in excess
of quotas which the Board fixes monthly as the amount every vendor shall pay to producers.
Producer Butterfat Differential for Quota Milk and for
Qualifying Milk Supplied in Excess of Quotas
11.01 In making payments to producers for all quota milk and for qualifying milk
supplied in excess of quotas, there shall be added to or subtracted from the prices thereof for
each tenth of a kilogram that the average butterfat content of the qualifying milk received
from the producer is above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres, he differentials
computed as follows:
(a) The butterfat differential for quota milk shall be computed by multiplying the percentage of the total butterfat contained in the total amount of quota milk utilized in
each class of milk by the butterfat differentials for these classes of milk, calculated
as provided in section 5.01 hereof, adding together the resulting amounts and
rounding to the nearest tenth of a cent.
(b) The butterfat differential for excess milk shall be computed by multiplying the percentage of the total butterfat contained in the total amount of excess milk utilized
in each class of milk by the butterfat differentials for these classes of milk, calculated
as provided in section 5.01 hereof, adding together the resulting amounts and rounding
to the nearest tenth of a cent.
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Time and Method of Payments to Producers
12.01 For the purpose of milk regulation contemplated by the Act:
(a) Each producer shall market his qualifying milk in each class in the same proportion
that the total sales by all vendors of qualifying milk in each class bears to the volume
of qualifying milk received by them from all producers in each area of production.
For the purpose of avoiding the unnecessary cost to vendors, producers, or consumers
resulting from the movement of qualifying milk pursuant to the foregoing provisions
of this section, and in lieu of requiring vendors to transfer to other vendors such
in any class received by them from their producers as will ensure that each vendor
shall market the same proportion of the same volume of each class of qualifying
milk, the producer price resulting from the computations described in sections 9.01,
10.01, 11.01, and 12.02 hereof is fixed as one price for qualifying milk so that each
vendor will pay to each producer the same price for qualifying milk.
(b) As in complying with the order for payment of the prices, some vendors may be
required to pay the producers more and other vendors may be required to pay
producers less than the total value of the volume of qualifying milk received by them,
as computed in section 6.01 hereof:
(1) On or before the 15th day after the end of the month during which the
milk was received, every vendor shall pay to the Board the amount by which the
value of milk received by him, as calculated under section 6.01 hereof, is greater
than the amount which he must pay to producers in complying with sections 9.01,
10.01, 11.01, and 12.02 hereof:
(2) On or before the 17th day after the end of the month during which the
milk is received, the Board shall pay to every vendor the amount by which the value
of milk received by him, as calculated under section 6.01 hereof, is less than the
amount which he must pay to producers in complying with sections 9.01, 10.01, 11.01,
and 12.02 hereof.
12.02 (a) On or before the 19th day after the end of each month, each vendor shall make
payment to each producer for qualifying milk received at the plant of the vendor from each
producer during the previous month,
(1) in respect of quota qualifying milk, at not less than the price for quota qualifying milk
for the quantity of quota qualifying milk received adjusted for butterfat differential,
as provided in section 11.01 hereof;
(2) in respect of qualifying milk supplied in excess of quota, at not less than the price
for qualifying milk supplied in excess of quota, for the quantity of milk in excess of
quota received adjusted for butterfat differential as provided in section 11.01 hereof.
(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
$25 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 $25 per 100 litres of milk.
(d) Milk supplied to a vendor by an agent for producers, or by a co-operative association
distributing milk produced by members of the association, shall be deemed to have been
supplied by members of the association producing the milk, but nothing herein contained shall
require any vendor to make payment for the milk to any person other than the agent for
producers or co-operative association supplying the milk.
(e) Payment for qualifying milk pursuant to subsections (a), (b), and (c) of this section
shall be in cash or by bank cheque which is immediately negotiable.
12.03 Every vendor, when adding payments pursuant to section 12.02 hereof, shall furnish
to each producer a statement showing in detail
(a) the total volume of all milk received from each producer during the month for which
payment is made;
(b) the volume, prices, and amounts paid for milk under section 12.02 hereof in detail;
(c) a detailed accounting in respect of milk which has been found not to be "qualifying
milk";
(d) the weight of butterfat in all milk supplied;
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(e)  the total payment; and
(/) all authorized deductions, fully itemized; provided that where payments are made at
more frequent times than as required by order, it shall be sufficient compliance with
this section if all the details as aforesaid are provided once a month in a statement
furnished, with a final payment on the 19th day of each month.
12.04 No vendor shall deduct from any payment made pursuant to section 12.02 hereof
any amount other than the amounts actually paid by the vendor for one or more of the
following purposes:
(a) Charges paid on behalf of the producer for the freight on his milk to the plant of
the vendor:
(b) Licence fees payable to the Board for the producer's Class II licence:
(c) Amounts due to the vendor for purchases made by him on behalf of the producer:
(d) Amounts paid by the vendor to other persons on the written authority of the
producer:
(e) Any other items duly authorized in writing by the Board.
12.05 On or before the 17th day after the end of each month, each vendor shall make
payment to each other licensed vendor for all qualifying milk directed to be transferred to him
during the previous month, under the provisions of clause (dd) of section 41 of the Act, at
not less than the value established by the Board for such milk.
Adjustments of Accounts
13.01 Whenever verification by the Board of reports or payments of any vendor discloses
errors resulting in money due
(a) the Board from a vendor;
(b) vendor from the Board; or
(c) any producer from a vendor,
the Board shall promptly notify the vendor of any amount so due, and payment thereof shall
be made on or before the next date for making payments set forth in the provisions under which
the error occurred following the 5th day after the notice.
Announcement of Minimum Prices
14.01 The Board shall announce, by posting in a conspicuous place in its office or by
other means as it deems appropriate, the accounting value determined for each month, as
follows:
(a) On or before the last day of each month,
(1) the minimum accounting value for Class I milk in each area of production
pursuant to section 4.01 (a) and the Class I butterfat differential pursuant to
section 5.01, all to be applicable to the following month; and
(2) the minimum accounting values for other classes of qualifying milk in each area
of production pursuant to section 4.01 (b) and (c) and the butterfat differentials
for those classes of milk pursuant to section 5.01, all to be applicable to the
following month:
(b) On or before the 13th day of each month, the prices in each area of production
pursuant to section 9.01 and the butterfat differentials computed pursuant to section
11.01 as applicable to qualifying milk received from producers during the preceding
month.
Notice to Vendors
15.01 The Board shall, on or before the 13th day after the end of each month, notify
each vendor whose total value of milk is computed pursuant to section 6.01 hereof
(a) the uniform prices for quota milk and for qualifying milk received in excess of quotas;
and
(b) the amounts and values of his producer qualifying milk in each class and the totals
of these amounts and values; and
(c) the totals of the amounts computed in the manner provided by section 12.02; and
(d) the amounts referred to in section 12.01 as paid to the Board or paid by the Board.
Records, Reports, and Returns
16.01 Every vendor shall, on or before the 8th day of each month, furnish the Board
with a true and detailed report of his total receipts and total utilization by classes of qualifying
milk during the month immediately preceding, this report to be in such form as the Board may
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from time to time prescribe. This report shall be accompanied by an invoice or invoices in
triplicate for any costs incurred by the vendor in respect of matters referred to in subsections
(c) and (d) of section 6.01 hereof during the month covered by the report. The invoice
or invoices shall be itemized so as to provide details of these costs.
16.02 (a) Vendors shall keep books, records, and accounts, as will afford an intelligent
understanding of the conduct of their business, in a form and containing particulars as the
Board may from time to time prescribe.
(b) All books, records, and accounts required to be kept under subsection (a) of this
section shall at all times be available for inspection by the Board, or any officer or auditor of
the Board, or any other person as may be authorized by the Board from time to time to make
an inquiry or report.
(c) Every vendor shall retain and have available for inspection by the Board all original
records, whether contained in books or accounts or otherwise howsoever, for a period of three
years.
16.03 Vendors shall furnish to the Board not later than May 1, August 1, November 1,
and February 1 in each year a detailed statement of profit and loss in such form and verified
in such manner as the Board may prescribe, covering respectively the preceding months of
January, February, and March; April, May, and June; July, August, and September; and
October, November, and December.
16.04 Each year, not later than 90 days following the close of his fiscal year, every
vendor shall furnish the Board with a copy of his audited annual balance-sheet and operating
statement.
General
17.01 General Orders 57 (B.C. Reg. 277/74) and 66 (B.C. Reg. 158/77) are repealed.
17.02 This order shall come into operation on the first day of August 1977.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, this 15th day of July 1977.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1977
R 33
B.C. Reg. 505/77
General Order 68, Made by the Milk Board on the 2nd Day of November 1977,
Amending General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 67 is amended by striking out section 7.17 and substituting the following:
"7.17 (a) A producer wishing to transfer all or a portion of the daily milk quota registered in his name shall advise the Board on or before the first day of the month prior to the
effective date of transfer of his intention to make application to transfer all or a portion of
his daily milk quota. Upon receipt of such advice from a producer the Board shall require
the producer to complete a questionnaire providing information which the Board may consider
appropriate. Upon receipt of the completed questionnaire, the Board may, in accordance with
sections 7.08, 7.09, and 7.10 hereof, approve the producer's application to transfer all or a
portion of the daily milk quota registered in his name.
"(b) A producer acquiring daily milk quota by transfer shall furnish information respecting the daily milk quota acquired by transfer which the Board may consider appropriate."
2. This order shall come into operation on the 3rd day of November 1977.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, this 2nd day of November 1977.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
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B.C. Reg. 282/77
Milk Market-sharing Order 2, Made by the Milk Board on June 9, 1977
Purpose
1. The general purpose and intention of this order is to establish the terms and conditions
under which the Board administers and apportions equitably among producers in British
Columbia the share of the Canadian industrial milk market allocated to British Columbia by
the Comprehensive Milk Marketing Plan for the 1977/78 dairy-year.
Interpretation
2. In this order, unless the context requires,
"Act" means the Milk Industry Act;
"British Columbia Reserve" means an amount of unallocated market-sharing quota
resulting from
(a) unallocated production from producers,
(b) producers reducing their British Columbia daily milk quota or going
out of production during the 1977/78 dairy-year,
(c) producers delivering less than 85 per cent of their market-sharing quota
during the 1977/78 dairy-year,
(d) other sources;
"Board" means the Milk Board established under the Act;
"catastrophe" includes severe illness or death of the quota holder, sudden death of a
significant part of the producing herd, destruction of the production facilities,
severe infection of an uncontrollable disease or a disease which requires slaughter
by health authorities, or any other factor the Board may consider eligible;
"Commission" means the Canadian Dairy Commission;
"Comprehensive Milk Marketing Plan" means a plan for regulating the marketing of
milk in accordance with an agreement or agreements entered into by the Federal
and Provincial authorities and includes the Interim Comprehensive Milk Marketing Plan, dated January 14, 1971;
"dairy farm" means a place where cattle are kept for milking;
"dairy farmer" means the owner or occupier of a dairy farm, and includes the
manager or other person in charge of a dairy farm;
"dairy plant" includes every place or building
(a) where milk is received from dairy farmers, or
(b) where dairy products  are processed,  manufactured,  or  pasteurized,
except where the processing, manufacture, or pasteurization consists only of
(i)  the incidental manufacture of butter or cheese by a dairy farmer from
milk produced only on his dairy farm, or
(ii)  the operation and use of any freezing device in a retail store by means
of which ice cream mix, purchased from a licensed manufacturer of the
mix, is frozen;
"dairy-year"  means the   12-month  period  as  designated  by  the  Canadian  Dairy
Commission;
"established market-sharing quota" means the market-sharing quota  allotted  to  a
producer exclusive of any market-sharing quota loaned to a producer or temporary adjustments in a producer's market-sharing quota made by the Board;
"Federal Subsidy Eligibility" means the amount on which subsidy may be paid;
"fluid milk producer" means a producer of qualifying milk who holds a fluid quota;
"fluid quota" means a daily milk quota established and allotted by the Board;
"fluid sales in defined areas of production" means all milk accounted for at the
Class I value pursuant to the General Orders of the Board;
"fluid sales in other than defined areas of production" means Class I in the fluid
quota established by agreement between a fluid milk producer and the processor;
"immediate family" means a grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, husband,
wife, son, daughter, son-in-law, or daughter-in-law, or any other person the Board
may consider eligible;
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1977 R 35
"industrial milk" means all milk delivered to a vendor less that portion which makes
up 101 per cent of fluid sales;
"industrial milk producer" means a producer of industrial milk or cream and who
does not hold a fluid quota;
"market-sharing quota" means a quota fixed and allocated by the Board to represent
a producer's share of the industrial domestic milk market of Canada expressed
in pounds of milk or butterfat a year;
"market-sharing quota year" shall be the same period of time as the dairy-year;
"milk" means milk obtained from cattle and includes cream;
"policy advisory committee" means the policy advisory committee appointed pursuant
to section 5 of this order;
"processor" means any person who alters the form or composition in which milk is
received from the producer;
"producer" means a dairy farmer who produces milk;
"Provincial entitlement" means the total of market-sharing quota to which British
Columbia is entitled and which has been agreed to by the Canadian Dairy
Commission;
"transfer" means the acquisition of a market-sharing quota by one producer from
another producer;
"transferee" means the person to whom a market-sharing quota is being transferred;
"transferor" means the person from whom a market-sharing quota is being transferred;
"vendor" means any person dealing in milk, whether by purchase or sale or on the
basis of delivery on consignment for sale, and includes agents for producers
and co-operative associations, which agents and co-operative associations  sell
and distribute milk produced by their principals or by the members of such
association, and includes a jobber and a producer-vendor, but does not include
a producer as such.
Registration and Shipping
3. (a) All producers shall register with the Board by making application in writing to
the Board in such form as may from time to time be prescribed by the Board.
(b) All milk or cream produced or sold by a producer holding a market-sharing quota
shall be produced or sold in the name of that producer.
(c) A producer may request the Board to hold in abeyance the producer's market-sharing
quota and his participation in the plan for a period up to 12 months if
(i) the producer's herd or production from the herd is affected by a catastrophe, or
(ii) for any other reason the Board considers proper during the period the producer
does not ship.
(d) Upon application by the producer the Board may extend the period of time mentioned
in subsection (c) that a producer may hold in abeyance his market-sharing quota and his
participation in the plan.
Appeal Procedure
4. Where any person considers himself aggrieved by any order, direction, or decision of
the Board, he may appeal such order, direction, or decision in the manner prescribed by the
Act.
Policy Advisory Committee
5. The Minister of Agriculture shall, upon recommendation of the Milk Board, appoint
a Policy Advisory Committee whose function shall be to advise and make recommendations to
the Board on matters relating to the objectives and function of the British Columbia Plan.
6. (a) The Chairman and Secretary of the Policy Advisory Committee shall be selected
by the members of the Policy Advisory Committee from among the members of the committee.
(b) Members of the Policy Advisory Committee shall be appointed for a term of two
years.
(c) The Policy Advisory Committee and the Board shall meet together
(i) at the request of the Policy Advisory Committee, or
(ii)  at the request of the Board.
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Allotment of Market-sharing Quotas to Producers
7. (a) Subject to the provisions of section 8 of this order, the Board shall allot market-
sharing quotas, effective April 1, 1977, from the British Columbia Provincial Entitlement as
agreed to under the comprehensive milk marketing plan to fluid milk producers and industrial
milk producers in accordance with subsections (b), (c), (d), (e), and (/) of this section.
(b) A fluid milk producer in other than the Vancouver Island milk production area
(i) who delivers milk to a vendor and who was allotted an established market-
sharing quota during the 1976/77 dairy-year and whose deliveries of industrial
butterfat during the 1976/77 dairy-year were equal to or exceeded 85 per cent
of his established market-sharing quota will be allotted, effective April 1, 1977,
an established market-sharing quota equal to the greater of
(a) the established market-sharing quota allotted to the producer during the
1976/77 dairy-year, or
(B) an amount which will allow deliveries of milk equal to 110 per cent of
the fluid quota allotted to the producer (for the purposes of this subsection the
calculation of the market-sharing quota to be allotted will be based on the
85-per-cent average fluid milk utilization within quota milk during the 1976
calendar year and the producer's arithmetic average butterfat test during the
1976 calendar year);
(ii) who delivers milk to a vendor and who was allotted an established market-
sharing quota during the 1976/77 dairy-year and whose deliveries of industrial
butterfat during the 1976/77 dairy-year were less than 85 per cent of his established market-sharing quota shall be allotted, effective April 1, 1977, an established
market-sharing quota equal to the greater of
(a) an amount equal to 117.6 per cent of the producer's industrial butterfat
deliveries during the 1976/77 dairy-year, or
(b) an amount which will allow deliveries of milk equal to 110 per cent
of the fluid quota allotted to the producer (for the purposes of this subsection
the calculation of the market-sharing quota to be allotted will be based on the
85-per-cent average fluid milk utilization within quota milk during the 1976
calendar year and the producer's arithmetic average butterfat test during the
1976 calendar year);
(iii) commencing to deliver milk to a vendor during the 1977/78 dairy-year and
being allotted a daily milk quota on other than the Graduated Entry Building
Program will be allotted the market-sharing quota which will allow deliveries of
milk equal to 110 per cent of the fluid quota allotted (for the purposes of this
subsection the calculation of the market-sharing quota to be allotted will be
based on the 85-per-cent average fluid milk utilization within quota milk during
the 1976 calendar year and an average butterfat test of 3.7 per cent);
(iv) who is delivering milk on the Graduated Entry Fluid Quota Building Program
and who was allotted either the initial portion of a fluid quota or additional
fluid quota on March 1, 1977, shall be allotted on April 1, 1977, a market-
sharing quota equal to the established market-sharing quota held by the producer
during the 1976/77 dairy-year.
(c) A fluid milk producer in the Vancouver Island area of production
(i) who delivers milk to a vendor and who was allotted an established "market-
sharing quota during the 1976/77 dairy-year and whose deliveries of industrial
butterfat during the 1976/77 dairy-year were equal to or exceeded 85 per cent
of his established market-sharing quota will be allotted, effective April 1, 1977,
an established market-sharing quota equal to the greater of
(a) the established market-sharing quota allotted to the producer during the
1976/77 dairy-year, or
(b) an amount which will allow deliveries of milk equal to 108 per cent
of the fluid quota allotted to the producer (for the purposes of this subsection
the calculation of the market-sharing quota to be allotted will be based on the
90-per-cent average fluid milk utilization within fluid quota milk during the
1976 calendar year and the producer's arithmetic average butterfat test during
the 1976 calendar year);
(ii) who delivers milk to a vendor and who was allotted an established market-sharing
quota during the 1976/77 dairy-year and whose deliveries of industrial butterfat
during the 1976/77 dairy-year were less than 85 per cent of his established
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1977
R 37
market-sharing quota shall be allotted, effective April 1,  1977, an established
market-sharing quota equal to the greater of
(a) an amount equal to 117.6 per cent of the producer's industrial butterfat
deliveries during the 1976/77 dairy year, or
(b) an amount which will allow deliveries of milk equal to 108 per cent
of the fluid quota allotted to the producer (for the purposes of this subsection
the calculation of the market-sharing quota to be allotted will be based on the
90-per-cent average fluid milk utilization within quota milk during the 1976
calendar year and the producer's arithmetic average butterfat test during the
1976 calendar year);
(iii) commencing to deliver milk to a vendor during the 1977/78 dairy-year and
being allotted a daily milk quota on other than the Graduated Entry Building
Program will be allotted the market-sharing quota which will allow deliveries
of milk equal to 108 per cent of the fluid quota allotted (for the purposes of this
subsection the calculation of the market-sharing quota to be allotted will be
based on the 90-per-cent average fluid milk utilization within quota milk during
the 1976 calendar year and an average butterfat test of 3.7 per cent);
(iv) who is delivering milk on the Graduated Entry Fluid Quota Building Program
and who was allotted either the initial portion of a fluid quota or additional fluid
quota on March 1, 1977, shall be allotted on April 1, 1977, a market-sharing
quota equal to the established market-sharing quota held by the producer during
the 1976/77 dairy-year.
(d) An industrial milk producer
(i) who delivered milk to a vendor and who was allotted an established market-
sharing quota during the 1976/77 dairy-year shall be allotted on April 1, 11977,
a market-sharing quota equal to the lesser of
(a) the established market-sharing quota allotted to the producer during
the 1976/77 dairy-year, or
(b) an amount equal to 117.6 per cent of the producer's industrial butterfat
deliveries during the 1976/77 dairy-year;
(ii) commencing to deliver milk to a vendor during the 1977/78 dairy-year may
upon written application be allotted a market-sharing quota when the Board
deems it is available from the British Columbia Reserve equal to a maximum of
1,000 pounds for each month during the 1977/78 dairy-year the producer makes
deliveries of industrial milk, provided the total of the monthly allotments do not
exceed 12,000 pounds butterfat.
(e) A cream producer
(i) whose deliveries of industrial butterfat during the 1976/77 dairy-year were equal
to or exceeded the established market-sharing quota allotted for the 1976/77
dairy-year shall be allotted on April 1, 1977, a market-sharing quota equal to the
established market-sharing quota allotted to the producer during the 1976/77
dairy-year;
(ii) whose deliveries of industrial butterfat during the 1976/77 dairy-year were less
than the established market-sharing quota allotted to him for the 1976/77 dairy-
year shall be allotted on April 1, 1977, a market-sharing quota equal to the
lesser of
(a) the established market-sharing quota allotted to him for the 1976/77
dairy-year, or
(b) an amount equal to 117.6 per cent of the producer's industrial butterfat
deliveries during the 1976/77 dairy-year;
(iii) commencing to deliver cream to a vendor during the 1977/78 dairy-year may
upon written application be allotted a market-sharing quota when the Board
deems it is available from the British Columbia Reserve.
(/) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (a), (b), (c), (d), and (e) hereof, if
special circumstances appear to warrant action, at any time during the 1977/78 dairy-year, an
allotted market-sharing quota may be adjusted or new market-sharing quotas allotted on a
basis which the Board in its discretion deems advisable.
8. For the purpose of collecting levies and assessments as provided in section 13 of this
order, a producer's market-sharing quota will be divided into monthly allocations as follows:
April—20 per cent of the producer's established market-sharing quota;
 R 38 BRITISH COLUMBIA
May to September, inclusive—10 per cent of the producer's established market-
sharing quota each month;
October to January, inclusive—7.5 per cent of the producer's established market-
sharing quota each month.
Transfers of Market-sharing Quota
9. The Board may upon written application permit transfers of market-sharing quotas
from father and (or) mother to son and (or) daughter and from grandfather and (or)
grandmother to grandson and (or) grand-daughter at the time the descendant acquires a
family farm in accordance with the roll-over provisions of the Federal Income Tax Act. For
the purposes of this section, only that market-sharing quota which is in excess of that required
to permit deliveries equivalent to 110 per cent of the fluid quota transfer may be transferred.
Market-sharing Quota Adjustments
10. When changes occur in the Canadian domestic market for industrial milk or cream,
the Board may adjust the producer's established market-sharing quota in accordance with the
Comprehensive Milk Marketing Plan.
11. The Board may draw from the British Columbia Reserve when the Board deems it is
necessary to adjust the allotment of market-sharing quota held by a producer.
12. (a) A producer who fulfils 85 per cent of his established market-sharing quota during
the 1977/78 dairy-year will be allotted the same established market-sharing quota for the
following dairy-year.
(b) A producer in other than the Vancouver Island milk production area holding a fluid
milk quota and who delivers more thn 420 pounds of butterfat during the 1977/78 dairy-year
but who fails, during the 1977/78 dairy-year only, to fulfil 85 per cent of his established
market-sharing quota will have his established market-sharing quota reduced April 1, 1978,
to the greater of
(i)   117.6 per cent of his industrial milk deliveries during the 1977/78 dairy-year, or
(ii) the amount which will enable him to maintain total daily deliveries equivalent to
110 per cent of his daily milk quota.
(c) A producer in the Vancouver Island milk production area holding a fluid milk quota
and who delivers more than 420 pounds of butterfat during the 1977/78 dairy-year but who
fails, during the 1977/78 dairy-year only, to fulfil 85 per cent of his established market-sharing
quota will have his established market-sharing quota reduced April 1, 1978, to the greater of
(i)  117.6 per cent of his industrial milk deliveries during the 1977/78 dairy-year, or
(ii) an amount which will enable him to maintain total daily deliveries equivalent to
108 per cent of his daily milk quota.
(d) A producer not holding a daily milk quota who delivers more than 420 pounds of
butterfat during the 1977/78 dairy-year but who fails to fulfil 85 per cent of his established
market-sharing quota will have his established market-sharing quota reduced April 1, 1978,
to an amount equivalent to 117.6 per cent of his industrial butterfat deliveries during the
1977/78 dairy-year.
(e) A producer who fails to fulfill 85 per cent of his established market-sharing quota
during both the 1976/77 and 1977/78 dairy-years will have his established market-sharing
quota reduced April 1, 1978, to an amount equal to the average of his industrial milk deliveries
during the 1976/77 and 1977/78 dairy-years.
(/) A producer on the Graduated Entry Building Program who received the initial allotment of fluid milk quota effective on or after March 31, 1977, shall, upon completion of the
program and being allotted the fourth and final portion of fluid milk quota, surrender to the
British Columbia Reserve market-sharing quota equal in pounds of milk to the annual equivalent of the final portion of the fluid milk quota allotted.
(g) A producer who fails to deliver 420 pounds of butterfat during the 1977/78 dairy-
year will surrender to the British Columbia Reserve, effective April 1, 1978, the established
market-sharing quota allotted to him.
(h) Producers transferring a portion of their daily milk quota will surrender to the
British Columbia Reserve, on the same date the daily milk quota transfer becomes effective, the
same percentage of market-sharing quota as the daily milk quota transferred is to the
producer's total daily milk quota.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1977
R 39
Assessments and Levies
13. (a) Each holder of an established market-sharing quota shall be assessed levies as
ordered by the Commission in accordance with the Comprehensive Milk Marketing Plan.
(b) Each producer is assessed by the Board 1 cent per pound butterfat delivered.
(c) Each vendor, before making payment to a producer, shall deduct from the total
amount payable to such producer the amount levied by the Commission pursuant to subsections (a) and (b) and shall forthwith pay the amounts so deducted to the Board.
General
14. This order shall come into operation on July 1, 1977.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, June 9, 1977.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1978
555-678-2021
 

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