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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
for the
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31
1975
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1976
  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 Thirtieth Annual Report of the Milk Board under
that Act for the year ended December 31, 1975.
THE MILK BOARD
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
C. H. P. Killick, Member
Vancouver, B.C., April 29,1976.
  Thirtieth Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31,1975
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, 1975.
LEGISLATION
Milk Industry Act
The Thirtieth Legislative Assembly amended the Milk Industry Act during
the 1975 Spring Session of the Legislature to allow milk production areas to be
designated by Order in Council. Subsequently, Order in Council 2145/75 (B.C.
Reg. 460/75) was passed defining the Vancouver Island and the British Columbia
Mainland milk production areas. The latter area replaced those areas previously
defined as the Vancouver, the Okanagan-Kootenay, and the Cariboo and Central
British Columbia areas of production.
During late 1975 the Milk Board was impowered to make orders to carry out
its obligations and functions under the Comprehensive Milk Marketing Plan.
Milk Board General Orders
General Order 60 (B.C. Reg. 210/75), made on February 27, 1975, to come
into operation on March 1, 1975, repealed General Order 58 (B.C. Reg. 599/74)
and amended General Order 57 (B.C. Reg. 277/74).
General Order 61 (B.C. Reg. 355/75), made on April 29, 1975, to come
into operation on May 1, 1975, repealed General Order 59 (B.C. Reg. 676/74),
and General Order 60 (B.C. Reg. 210/75), and amended General Order 57 (B.C.
Reg. 277/74).
General Order 62 (B.C. Reg. 487/75), made on June 27, 1975, to come into
operation on July 1, 1975, repealed General Order 61 (B.C. Reg. 355/75), and
amended General Order 57 (B.C. Reg. 277/74).
General Order 63 (B.C. Reg. 593/75), made on August 29, 1975, to come
into operation on September 1, 1975, amended General Order 57 (B.C. Reg.
277/74).
Milk Market Sharing Order 1 (B.C. Reg. 768/75), was made on November
14, 1975, to come into operation immediately.
The general orders and the milk market sharing order referred to herein are
printed 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 C. H. P.
Killick, P.Ag., 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.
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The Board Chairman and the Administrator attended the meeting held by the
International Association of Milk Control Agencies which took place in Quebec
City, Que., Canada.
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 which, with the exception
of one meeting held in Vancouver, B.C., were held in Ottawa, Ont. The Administrator of the Milk Board continued to serve on the Secretariat of the Milk Supply
Management Committee and attended all meetings of the Secretariat.
The membership of the Market Share Advisory Committee remained unchanged from the previous year with J. Gilbert, S. Hanson, and J. Waardenburg
as the continuing members of the 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 many additional meetings with producers and other interested parties to discuss matters related to these
programs.
Areas of Production
As stated previously, Order in Council 2145 defined the two milk production
areas of British Columbia as the Vancouver Island area and the British Columbia
Mainland area. The latter included the areas previously defined as the Vancouver,
Okanagan-Kootenay, and the Cariboo and Central British Columbia areas of
production.
Statistical Information
To provide comparability between 1974 and the cur ent year in the tables
applicable to the newly defined British Columbia Mainland Milk Production Area,
the totals in the tables of the Board's 1974 Annual Report pertaining to the Vancouver, the Okanagan-Kootenay, and the Cariboo and rentral British Columbia
areas of production have been consolidated.
Table I (a, b, c)—Analysis of Quart Sales by Product C ".egory
Total quart sales decreased 0.28 per cent in the controlled production areas
of the Province during 1975. This decrease in quart sales is equivalent to the 0.77-
per-cent decrease in Class I sales shown on a p<! ad basis in Table Hie and
Table IVc
Quart sales of low-fat milk showed a 4.75-per-cent increase. However, this
was not sufficient to offset the decline in quart sales of other product categories.
Both controlled areas showed a continued s'vitch from retail to wholesale.
The aggregate decrease in retail sales was 13.89 per cent, while the aggregate
decrease in wholesale sales was 2.55 per cent. Retail sales in the controlled areas
accounted for 14.86 per cent of all quart sales and wholesale 85.14 per cent.
Table II (a, b)—Analysis of Class I Sales, Including Interarea Sales
Total Class I sales in pounds, which is the aggregate of all Class I sales in an
area of production, whether made by the vendors within the area or by vendors
located outside the area, decreased in the British Columbia Mainland area and
increased in the Vancouver Island area. The British Columbia Mainland area
also showed a decrease in sales within the area. However, the Vancouver Island
area showed a small increase within Class I sales.
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Table III (a, b, c)—Analysis of Qualifying Milk: Production and Utilization
Total qualifying milk production during 1975 increased 6.01 per cent in the
controlled area of production.
Total quota milk receipts in the controlled areas of production were 77.06 per
cent of the total production during 1975, a decrease from 79.65 per cent in 1974.
Total Class I utilization in quota receipts decreased from 87.71 per cent in
1974 to 84.85 per cent in 1975.
Table IV f A, b, c)—1975 Year-to-date Production and Class I Utilization
Compared to 1974
This table shows a monthly comparison of 1975 production and Class I
utilization to 1974, in both pounds 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 1975. Also shown
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
Appendix A, where Milk Board General Orders are reprinted.
Table VI—Licensing Information
Under the provisions of the Milk Industry Act and General Order 57, 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 pe'.Jod or portion thereof. A summary of the 1975/76 licences
issued, cancelled, and In effect December 31, 1975, is contained in Table VI.
There was a net decrease of 24 producers from December 1974 to December 1975,
which is a 1.88-per-ceriHeduction.
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Table IVa—British Columbia Mainland Area—1975 Year-to-date
Production and Class I Utilization Compared to 1974
Month
1975
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 1)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1974
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 3)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1975
Compared
to 19741
(Col. 5)      (Col. 6)
Per Cent
of
Change1
1975
Compared
to 19742
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Change2
(Col. 8)
January.—
February-
March	
April-
May...
June...
July-
August 	
September.	
October	
November.	
December.	
Pounds
63,408,171
57,873,675
66,801,129
66,016,717
72,914,062
67,577,487
66,378,750
64,603,156
61,813,514
62,021,507
58,669,405
62,926,768
Pounds
63,408,171
121,281,846
188,082,975
254,099,692
327,013,754
394,591,241
460,969,991
525,573,147
587,386,661
649,408,168
708,077,573
771,004,341
Pounds
59,839,348
53,577,281
62,646,722
62,116,204
66,376,283
61,180,149
62,168,929
61,305,989
57,929,600
59,203,744
57,134,535
61,948,475
Pounds
59,839,348
114,716,629
177,363,351
239,479,555
305,855,838
367,035,987
429,204,916
490,510,905
548,440,505
607,644,249
664,778,784
726,727,259
Pounds
+3,568,823
+4,296,394
+4,154,407
+3,900,513
+6,537,779
+6,397,338
+4,209,821
+3,297,167
+3,883,914
+2,817,763
+ 1,534,870
+978,293
+5.96
+8.02
+6.63
+6.28
+9.85
+ 10.46
+6.77
+5.38
+6.70
+4.76
+2.69
+ 1.58
Pounds
+3,568,823
+6,565,217
+ 10,719,624
+14,620,137
+21,157,916
+27,555,254
+31,765,075
+35,062,242
+38,946,156
+41,763,919
+43,298,789
+44,277,082
+5.96
+5.72
+6.04
+6.10
+6.92
+7.51
+7.40
+7.15
+7.10
+6.87
+6.51
+6.09
Month
1975
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
1974
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
1975
Compared
to 19743
(Col. 13)
Per Cent
of
Changes
(Col. 14)
1975
Compared
to 1974*
(Col. 15)
Per Cent
of
Change*
(Col. 16)
January.	
February-
March.	
AprU	
May.	
June	
July-
August	
September-
October	
November...
December-
Pounds
41,312,494
37,723,808
40,555,316
40,429,392
42,711,100
39,254,592
41,095,221
40,600,293
39,715,133
43,198,890
39,146,564
41,886,842
Pounds
41,312,494
79,036,302
119,591,618
160,021,010
202,732,110
241,986,702
283,081,923
323,682,216
363,397,349
406,596,239
445,742,803
487,629,645
Pounds
40,660,260
37,468,707
40,992,100
40,144,538
41,542,751
38,828,838
41,571,587
44,762,298
41,567,477
43,717,055
41,435,731
39,945,761
Pounds
40,660,260
78,128,967
119,121,067
159,265,605
200,808,356
239,637,194
281,208,781
325,971,079
367,538,556
411,255,611
452,691,342
492,637,103
Pounds
+652,234
+255,101
—436,678
+284,854
+ 1,168,349
+425,754
-476,366
—4,162,005
— 1,852,344
—518,165
—2,289,167
+ 1,941,081
+1.60
+0.68
— 1.07
+0.71
+2.81
+1.10
-1.15
-9.30
—4.46
— 1.19
-5.52
+4.86
Pounds
+652,234
+907,335
+470,551
+755,405
+ 1,923,754
+2,349,508
+1,873,142
-2,288,863
—4,141,207
—4,659,372
—6,948,539
-5,007,458
+1.60
+ 1.16
+0.40
+0.47
+0.96
+0.98
+0.67
-0.70
— 1.13
—1.13
—1.53
-1.02
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, 1975
CC 17
Table IVb—Vancouver Island Area—1975 Year-to-date Production
and Class I Utilization Compared to 1974
Month
1975
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 1)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1974
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 3)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1975
Compared
to 19741
(Col. 5)
Per Cent
of
Changei
(Col. 6)
1975
Compared
to 19742
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Change2
(Col. 8)
January-
February..
March	
AprU.	
May.	
June	
July	
August	
September-
October	
November-
December—
Pounds
8,575,481
7,720,560
8,677,131
8,576,467
9,271,292
8,577,005
8,574,718
8,601,284
8,381,181
8,450,872
8,163,817
8,605,585
Pounds
8,575,481
16,296,041
24,973,172
33,549,639
42,820,931
41,397,936
59,972,654
68,573,938
76,955,119
85,405,991
93,569,808
102,175,393
Pounds |
8,135,946
7,415,311
8,121,234
8,146,123
8,610,407
8,014,511
8,123,271
8,204,567
7,799,936
8,040,722
7,876,635
8,478,755
Pounds
8,135,946
15,551,257
23,672,491
31,818,614
40,429,021
48,443,532
56,566,803
64,771,370
72,571,306
80,612,028
88,488,663
96,967,418
Pounds
+439,535
+305,249
+555,897
+430,344
+660,885
+562,494
+451,447
+396,717
+581,245
+410,150
+287,182
+126,830
+5.40
+4.12
+6.84
+5.28
+7.68
+7.02
+5.56
+4.84
+7.45
+5.10
+3.65
+ 1.50
Pounds
+439,535
+744,784
+ 1,300,681
+ 1,731,025
+2,391,910
+2,954,404
+3,405,851
+3,802,568
+4,383,813
+4,793,963
+5,081,145
+5,207,975
+5.40
+4.79
+5.49
+5.44
+5.92
+6.10
+6.02
+5.87
+ 6.04
+5.95
+5.74
+5.37
Month
1975
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
1974
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
1975
Compared
to 19743
(Col. 13)
Per Cent
of
Changes
(Col. 14)
1975
Compared
to 19744
(Col. 15)
Per Cent
of
Change*
(Col. 16)
January.—
February-
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September-
October.	
November...
December-
Pounds
7,023,606
6,387,512
6,864,409
6,895,810
7,349,739
6,575,838
6,930,427
7,125,541
7,223,022
7,336,721
6,453,618
7,157,343
Pounds
7,023,606
13,411,118
20,275,527
27,171,337
34,521,076
41,096,914
48,027,341
55,152,882
62,375,904
69,712,625
76,166,243
83,323,586
Pounds
6,670,324
6,218,494
6,694,975
6,806,273
7,132,269
6,695,479
7,050,924
7,401,437
6,825,551
7,306,523
7,008,463
6,946,894
Pounds
6,670,324
12,888,818
19,583,793
26,390,066
33,522,335
40,217,814
47,268,738
54,670,175
61,495,726
68,802,249
75,810,712
82,757,606
Pounds
+353,282
+ 169,018
+169,434
+89,537
+217,470
— 119,641
— 120,497
—275,896
+397,451
+30,198
—554,845
+210,449
+5.30
+2.72
+2.53
+ 1.32
+3.05
— 1.79
-1.71
—3.73
+5.82
+0.04
-7.92
+3.03
Pounds
+353,282
+522,300
+691,734
+781,271
+998,741
+879,100
+758,603
+482,707
+880,178
+910,376
+355,531
+565,980
+5.30
+4.05
+3.53
+2.96
+2.98
+2.19
+ 1.60
+0.88
+1.43
+1.32
+0.47
+0.68
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.
 CC 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IVc—All Areas Combined—1975 Year-to-date Production
and Class I Utilization Compared to 1974
Month
1975
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 1)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1974
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 3)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1975
Compared
to 19741
(Col. 5)
Per Cent
of
Changei
(Col. 6)
1975
Compared
to 19742
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Change2
(Col. 8)
January-
February-
Marcli	
April	
May.	
June	
July	
August	
September-
October-
November-
December-
Pounds
71,983,652
65,594,235
75,478,260
74,593,184
82,185,354
76,154,492
74,953,468
73,204,440
70,194,695
70,472,379
66,833,222
71,532,353
Pounds
71,983,652
137,577,887
213,056,147
287,649,331
369,834,685
445,989,177
520,942,645
594,147,085
664,341,780
734,814,159
801,647,381
873,179,734
Pounds
67,975,294
62,292,592
70,767,956
70,262,327
74,986,690
69,194,660
70,292,200
69,510,556
65,729,536
67,244,466
65,011,170
70,427,230
Pounds
67,975,294
130,267,886
201,035,842
271,298,169
346,284,859
415,479,519
485,771,719
555,282,275
621,011,811
688,256,277
753,267,447
823,694,677
Pounds
+4,008,358
+3,301,643
+4,710,304
+4,330,857
+7,198,664
+6,959,832
+4,661,268
+3,693,884
+4,465,159
+3,227,913
+ 1,822,052
+1,105,123
+5.90
+5.30
+6.66
+6.16
+9.60
+10.06
+6.63
+5.31
+6.79
+4.80
+2.80
+1.57
Pounds
+4,008,358
+7,310,001
+ 12,020,305
+ 16,351,162
+23,549,826
+30,509,658
+35,170,926
+38,864,810
+43,329,969
+46,557,882
+48,379,934
+49,485,057
+5.90
+5.61
+5.98
+6.03
+6.80
+7.34
+7.24
+7.00
+6.98
+6.76
+6.42
+6.01
Month
January-
February..
March	
April	
May.	
June	
July	
August	
September-	
October	
November.	
December-	
1975
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
Pounds
48,336,100
44,111,320
47,419,725
47,325,202
50,060,839
45,830,430
48,025,648
47,725,834
46,938,155
50,535,611
45,600,182
47,044,185
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
Pounds
48,336,100
92,447,420
139,867,145
187,192,347
237,253,186
283,083,616
331,109,264
378,835,098
425,773,253
476,308,864
521,909,046
570,953,231
1974
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
1975
Compared
to 19743
(Col. 13)     (Col. 14)
Per Cent
of
Change3
1975
Compared
to 1974*
(Col. 15)
Pounds
47,330,584
43,687,201
47,687,075
46,950,811
48,675,020
45,524,317
48,622,511
52,163,735
48,393,028
51,023,578
48,444,194
46,892,655
Pounds
47,330,584
91,017,785
138,704,860
185,655,671
234,330,691
279,855,008
328,477,519
380,641,254
429,034,282
480,057,860
528,502,054
575,394,709
Pounds
+1,005,516
+2.12
+424,119
+0.97
—267,350
-0.56
+374,391
+0.80
+1,385,819
+2.85
+306,113
+0.67
-596,863
-1.23
-4,437,901
—8.51
— 1,454,873
-3.01
—487,967
—0.96
—2,844,012
-5.87
+2,151,530
+4.59
Pounds
+1,005,516
+ 1,429,635
+ 1,162,285
+1,536,676
+2,922,500
+3,228,608
+2,631,745
-1,806,156
—3,261,029
—3,748,996
—6,593,008
+4,441,478
Per Cent
of
Change*
(Col. 16)
+2.12
+ 1.57
+0.84
+0.83
+ 1.25
+ 1.15
+0.80
-0.47
—0.78
-0.78
—1.29
-0.77
i Col. 1 compared to Col. 3.
s Col. 9 compared to Col. 11.
2 Col. 2 compared to Col. 4.
* Col. 10 compared to Col. 12.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table VT—Licensing Information
British Columbia
Mainland
Vancouver Island
Total
Class I
Class II
Class I
Class II
Class I
Class II
44
1,161
42
8
140
7
52
1,301
49
In effect December 31, 1975	
In effect December 31,1974    _.
44
40
1,119
1,137
8
9
133
139
52
49
1,252
1,276
APPENDIX A
B.C. Reg. 210/75
General Order 60, Made by the Milk Board on the 27th Day of February 1975,
Repealing General Order 58 (B.C. Reg. 599/74) and Amending General Order 57
(B.C. Reg. 277/74)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 58 is repealed.
2. General Order 57, as amended by General Order 59 (B.C. Reg. 676/74), is further
amended by striking out subsections (b), (c), (rf), and (e) of section 4.01 and substituting the
following:
"(b) For Class II milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in the Cariboo and Central
British Columbia area of production effective on and from March 1, 1975, the
minimum accounting value a hundred pounds shall be $3,150.
(c) For Class III milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas of production,
effective on and from March 1, 1975, the minimum accounting value a hundred
pounds shall be $8,060.
(rf) For Class IIIa and Class HIb milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas
of production, effective on and from March 1, 1975, the minimum accounting
value a hundred pounds shall be $7,260.
(e) For Class Illc milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas of production,
effective on and from March 1, 1975, the minimum accounting value a hundred
pounds shall be $6,600."
3. General Order 57, as amended by General Order 59 (B.C. Reg. 676/74), 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 (e) of section 401 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential
of 9.0 cents for each one-tenth of 1 per cent butterfat therein above or below 3.5 per cent."
4. This order shall come into operation on the 1st day of March 1975.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, this 27th day of February
1975.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
B.C. Reg. 355/75
General Order 61, Made by the Milk Board on the 29th Day of April 1975, Repealing
General Order 59 (B.C. Reg. 676/74) and General Order 60 (B.C. Reg. 210/75)
and Amending General Order 57 (B.C. Reg. 277/74)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 59 is repealed.
2. General Order 60 is repealed.
3. General Order 57 is amended by striking out section 4.01 and substituting the following:
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1975 CC 21
"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 1 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—1965-75 = 100.
Base period value of 3.5 per cent milk in the Vancouver and Vancouver Island
areas of production—$8.2503 a hundred pounds.
Base period value of 3.5 per cent milk in the Okanagan-Kootenay and Cariboo
and Central British Columbia areas of production—$7.9614 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
adjusted 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 base period value = $
100
(/_>) For Class II milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in the Cariboo and Central British
Columbia area of production effective on and from May 1, 1975, the minimum
accounting value a hundred pounds shall be $3,610.
(c) For Class III milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas of production, effective on and from May 1, 1975, the minimum accounting value a hundred pounds
shall be $8,900.
(rf) For Class IIIa and Class IIIb milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas of
production, effective on and from May 1, 1975, the minimum accounting value a
hundred pounds shall be $8,100.
(e) For Class IIIc milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas of production,
effective on and from May 1, 1975, the minimum accounting value a hundred pounds
shall be $7,700."
4. 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 subsections
(a), (b), (c), (rf), and (e) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a
differential of 10.0 cents for each one-tenth of 1 per cent butterfat therein above or below
3.5 per cent."
5. General Order 57 is amended by striking out section 8.01 and substituting the
following:
 CC 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA
"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 vendor or other vendors
requiring milk for Class I utilization."
6. This order shall come into operation on the 1st day of May 1975.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of April 1975.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
C. H. P. Killick, Member
B.C. Reg. 487/75
General Order 62, Made by the Milk Board on the 27th Day of June 1975, Repealing
General Order 61 (B.C. Reg. 355/75) and Amending General Order 57 (B.C.
Reg. 277/74)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 61 is repealed.
2. 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), (rf), 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:
(rf) 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."
3. 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—1965-74 = 100.
Base period value of 3.5 per cent milk in the Vancouver Island and British
Columbia Mainland areas of production—$8.3956 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
adjusted index for Western Canada)   X .10
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1975 CC 23
Combined index for month
Accounting value for a hundred pounds of 3.5 per cent qualifying milk:
Combined index X base period value = $
100
(b) For Class II milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas of production, effective
on and from July 1, 1975, the minimum accounting value a hundred pounds shall
be $8,900.
(c) For Class HIa and Class IIIb milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas of
production, effective on and from July 1, 1975, the minimum accounting value a
hundred pounds shall be $8,100.
(rf) For Class Hie milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content in all areas of production,
effective on and from July 1, 1975, the minimum accounting value a hundred pounds
shall be $7,700."
4. 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 subsections
(a), (b), (c), and (rf) of section 4.01 hereof, there shall be added or subtracted a differential
of 10.0 cents for each one-tenth of 1 per cent butterfat therein above or below 3.5 per cent."
5. General Order 57 is amended by adding subsection (rf) to section 7.08, as follows:
"(rf) 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."
6. 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 vendor or other vendors
requiring the milk for Class I utilization."
7. 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 sectioin 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.
"(6) 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 for each producer during the first 15 days of the previous month at not less than
$10.50 per hundred pounds 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 $10.50 per hundred pounds of milk.
"(rf) 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."
8. This order shall come into operation on the 1st day of July 1975.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, this 27th day of June 1975.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
C. H. P. Killick, Member
 CC 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
B.C. Reg. 593/75
General Order 63, Made by the Milk Board on the 29th Day of August 1975,
Amending General Order 57 (B.C. Reg. 277/74)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 57, as amended by General Order 62 (B.C. Reg. 487/75), is further
amended by striking out subsections (c) and (rf) of section 4.01 and substituting the following:
"(c) For Class IHa, Class IHb, and Class IIIc milk of 3.5 per cent butterfat content
in all areas of production, effective on and from September 1, 1975, the minimum
accounting value a hundred pounds shall be $8,100."
2. General Order 57, as amended by General Order 62 (B.C. Reg. 487/75), 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), and (c) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential of 10.0
cents for each one-tenth of 1 per cent butterfat therein above or below 3.5 per cent."
3. General Order 57, as amended by General Order 62 (B.C. Reg. 487/75), is further
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."
4. This order shall come into operation on the 1st day of September 1975.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of August 1975.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
C. H. P. Killick, Member
B.C. Reg. 768/75
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
Milk Market Sharing Order 1, Made by the Milk Board on the
14th Day of November 1975
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 amongst producers in British
Columbia the share of the Canadian industrial milk market allocated to British Columbia by
the Comprehensive Milk Marketing Plan for the 1975/76 dairy-year.
Interpretation
2. In this order, unless the context requires,
"Act" means the Milk Industry Act;
"allotment period" means the dairy-year April 1, 1974, to March 31, 1975;
"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 1975/76 dairy-year,
(c) producers delivering less than 85 per cent of their market sharing
quota during the 1975/76 dairy-year,
(rf) 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 resquires slaughter by health authorities, or any other factor the Board may consider eligible;
"Commission" means the Canadian Dairy Commission;
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1975 CC 25
"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;
"Federal Subsidy Eligibility" means the amount on which subsidy may be paid;
"fluid milk producer" means a producer of qualifying milk as defined under the Act;
"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 father, mother, husband, wife, son, daughter, brother,
sister, son-in-law, or daughter-in-law, or any other person the Board may consider eligible;
"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;
"market sharing quota" means a quota fixed and allocated by the Board to represent
a producer's share of the industrial domestic 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;
"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 of milk in any
manner from the form or composition in which it is received from the producer;
"producer" means any 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.
 CC 26 BRITISH COLUMBIA
(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.
(rf) 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 functions 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.
(/_>) 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 chairman of the Policy Advisory Committee, or
(ii) at the request of the Board.
Allotment of Market Sharing Quotas to Producers
7. (a) The Board shall allot market sharing quotas from the Provincial entitlement as
agreed to under the comprehensive milk marketing plan to fluid milk producers and industrial
producers of milk and cream in accordance with subsections (b), (c), (rf), and (e) following.
(b) A fluid milk producer
(i) who was producing milk during the 1974/75 dairy-year shall be allotted a market
sharing quota equal to the greater of
(aa) the deliveries of industrial milk during the 1974/75 year or,
(bb) an amount which will permit deliveries of milk equal to 110 per cent
of the fluid quota;
(ii) commencing to produce during the 1975/76 dairy-year will be allotted a market
sharing quota which will permit deliveries of milk equal to 110 per cent of the
fluid quota.
(c) When a milk producer is allotted a fluid quota, the Board may require the producer
to relinquish to the British Columbia Reserve market sharing quota equal in pounds of milk
to the fluid quota allotted.
(rf) An industrial milk or cream producer
(i) who delivered milk or cream to a vendor during the 1974/75 dairy-year shall
be allotted a market sharing quota for the  1975/76 dairy-year equal to the
deliveries of industrial milk or cream made during the 1974/75 dairy-year;
(ii) commencing to produce industrial milk or cream during the 1975/76 dairy-year
may, upon written application, be alloted a market sharing quota, when the
Board deems it is available from the British Columbia Reserve, equal to their
industrial milk or cream deliveries to a maximum of 1,000 pounds for each
month during the 1975/76 dairy-year the producer makes deliveries of industrial
milk or cream.
(e) Notwithstanding the provisions of (fl), (b), (c), and (rf) hereof, if special circumstances appear to warrant action at any time during the 1975/76 dairy-year, allotted market
sharing quotas may be adjusted or new market sharing quotas allotted on a basis which the
Board in its discretion deems advisable.
Transfers of Market Sharing Quota
8. The Board may upon written application permit transfers of market sharing quota
from a producer to members of his immediate family.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1975 CC 27
Market Sharing Quota Adjustments
9. When changes occur in the Canadian Domestic Market for industrial milk or cream
the Board may adjust the producer's market sharing quota in accordance with the comprehensive milk marketing plan.
10. The Board may draw from the British Columbia Reserve when the Board deems it
necessary to adjust the allotment of market sharing quota held by a producer.
11. (a) A producer who fulfils 85 per cent of his market sharing quota during a dairy-
year is entitled to the same amount of market sharing quota for the following dairy-year.
(b) A producer holding a fluid milk quota who delivers more than 420 pounds of butterfat during the 1975/76 dairy-year but who fails to fulfil 85 per cent of his market sharing
quota will surrender April 1, 1976, to the British Columbia Reserve that market sharing quota
which is in excess of that which will enable him to maintain total daily deliveries of 110 per
cent of his fluid quota.
(c) A producer not holding a fluid milk quota who delivers more than 420 pounds of
butterfat during the 1975/76 dairy-year but who fails to fulfil 85 per cent of his market sharing
quota will surrender April 1, 1976, to the British Columbia Reserve that market sharing
quota which is in excess of 110 per cent of his deliveries of industrial butterfat during the
1975/76 year.
(rf) Producers who fail to deliver 420 pounds of butterfat during the 1975/76 dairy-year
will surrender to the British Columbia Reserve, effective April 1976, the market sharing quota
allotted to them.
(e) Producers transferring a portion of their fluid quota on or after April 1, 1975, will
surrender to the British Columbia Reserve, on the same date the fluid quota transfer is effective,
the same percentage of market sharing quota held by them as the fluid quota transferred.
(/) Producers transferring all their fluid quota on or after September 1, 1975, will surrender to the British Columbia Reserve, on the same date the fluid quota transfer is effective,
all the market sharing quota held by them.
Assessment and Levies
12. (a) Each holder of a 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 one 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
13. This order shall come into operation on the 14th day of November 1975.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, this Nth day of November
1975.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
C. H. P. Killick, Member
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1976
555-776-9804
 

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