Open Collections

BC Sessional Papers

The Milk Board Annual Report for the YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31 1979 British Columbia. Legislative Assembly [1980]

Item Metadata

Download

Media
bcsessional-1.0378732.pdf
Metadata
JSON: bcsessional-1.0378732.json
JSON-LD: bcsessional-1.0378732-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): bcsessional-1.0378732-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: bcsessional-1.0378732-rdf.json
Turtle: bcsessional-1.0378732-turtle.txt
N-Triples: bcsessional-1.0378732-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: bcsessional-1.0378732-source.json
Full Text
bcsessional-1.0378732-fulltext.txt
Citation
bcsessional-1.0378732.ris

Full Text

 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
THE MILK BOARD
ANNUAL REPORT
for the
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31
1979
Queen's Printer for British Columbia ©
Victoria, 1980
  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-fourth Annual Report of the Milk Board under
that Act for the year ended December 31, 1979.
THE MILK BOARD
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
Vancouver, B.C., February 29, 1980.
  Thirty-fourth Annual Report of the Milk Board
For the Year Ended December 31, 1979
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, 1979.
LEGISLATION
Milk Industry Act
The Thirty-second Legislative Assembly passed an amendment to the Milk
Industry Act during the 1979 Session of the Legislature, which is shown herein as
Appendix A.
Milk Board General Orders
General Order 73 (B.C. Reg. 36/79), made on the 18th day of January 1979,
to come into operation on the 1st day of February 1979, repealed General Order
72 (B.C. Reg. 217/78), and amended General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), made on the 9th day of February 1979,
to come into operation on the 15th day of February 1979, repealed General Order
73 (B.C. Reg. 36/79), and amended General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
General Order 75 (B.C. Reg. 224/79), made on the 24th day of April 1979, to
come into operation on the 1st day of May 1979, amended General Order 67 (B.C.
Reg. 289/77). General Order 76 (B.C. Reg. 398/79), made on the 31st day of
August 1979, to come into operation on the 1st day of September 1979, amended
General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77). General Order 77 (B.C. Reg. 460/79),
made on the 28th day of September 1979, to come into operation on the 1st day of
October 1979, amended General Order 67 (B.C. 289/77), General Order 78 (B.C.
Reg. 512/79), made on the 29th day of October 1979, to come into operation on
the 1st day of November 1979, amended General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
The orders referred to herein are reprinted in Appendix B.
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 hosted
the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Milk Control Agencies,
which was held at the Bayshore Inn, Vancouver. This very successful meeting
culminated the Administrator's term as President of the Association.
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.
 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Market Share Advisory Committee
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.
Market Share Levy Account
A Statement of Financial Position as at December 31, 1979, and a Statement
of Income and Expense for the period March 1, 1979, to December 31, 1979, are
reprinted in Appendix C.
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 1979.
Statistical Information
Table I (a, b, cJ—Analysis of Litre Sales by Product Category
Total litre sales increased 4.56 per cent in the combined controlled production
areas of the Province during 1979. All product categories participated in the
increase.
Home delivery sales in the controlled areas accounted for 12.07 per cent of
all litre sales and store sales accounted for 87.93 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 HI (a, b, c)—Analysis of Qualifying Milk: Production and Utilization
Total qualifying milk production during 1979 increased 5.60 per cent in the
controlled areas of milk production.
Quota milk receipts in the controlled milk production areas were 78.13 per
cent of the total production during 1979, a decrease from 78.81 per cent in 1978.
Class I Utilization of quota receipts decreased from 86.50 per cent in 1978 to
86.39 per cent in 1979.
Table IV (a, b, c)—1979 Year-to-date Production and Class I Utilization
Compared to 1978
This table shows a monthly comparison of 1979 production and Class I utilization to 1978 in both litres of milk and percentage change.
Table V (a, b, c)—Production and Utilization in British Columbia
This table shows the amount of milk produced in the controlled areas of production in the Province and the class in which that milk was utilized.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979 7
Table VI—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 1979. 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 B where Milk Board general orders are reprinted.
Table VII—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 1979/80 licences
issued, cancelled, and in effect December 31, 1979, is contained in Table VII.
There was a net decrease of 31 producers from December 1978 to December 1979,
which is a 2.78-per-cent reduction.
 Table Ia—Litre Sales, British Columbia Mainland Area
1979
Standard
Milk
Low-fat
Milk
Chocolate
Milk
Skim
Milk
Buttermilk
Light Cream
(9%
Butterfat)
Cream and
Sour Cream
(18%
Butterfat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butterfat)
All
Products
Litres
7 826 424
7 151418
8 028 700
7 501 178
7 847 072
7 632 753
7 722 495
8 558 243
7 662 854
8 266 109
7 970 825
7 757 662
Litres
9 817 940
9 117 861
10 183 447
9 516 551
9 767 540
9 376 903
9 214 994
10 184 141
9 517 975
10 504 899
10 363 670
9 990 181
Litres
489 654
477 104
538 901
513 442
571 818
566 954
614 837
684 963
617 665
658 131
596 004
495 163
Litres
623 877
597 356
674 950
630 528
671 420
642 385
594 759
628 668
617 741
680 725
667 275
625 171
Litres
210 115
211400
248 167
231403
273 206
283 963
303 546
305 410
235 190
244 384
228 161
217 630
Litres
714 440
674 522
768 751
723 845
764 019
760 908
750 434
809 352
727 976
809 376
788 915
826 624
Litres
132 915
139 561
157 508
162 220
181 500
187 749
189 812
211544
156 677
177 189
176 798
258 042
Litres
129 051
134 585
155 556
176 776
183 729
208 547
179 279
178 322
144 242
193 543
158 740
255 853
Litres
19 944 416
18 503 807
March      	
20 755 980
19 455 943
May      	
June               	
July       -	
August    	
20 260 304
19 660 162
19 570 156
21 560 643
19 680 320
21 534 356
November - — — 	
December-— —  .....
20 950 388
20 426 326
1979 totals _ _ _	
1978 totals .   -	
93 925 733
92 391 164
117 556 102
111 364 256
6 824 636
6 068 687
7 654 855
6 882 351
2 992 575
2 883 244
9 119 162
8 561 469
2 131515
2 005 244
2 098 223
1 877 163
242 302 801
232 033 578
1979 compared to 1978-    -	
+ 1534 569
+ 1.66%
+6 191 846
+ 5.56%
+755 949
+ 12.46%
+772 504
+ 11.22%
+ 109 331
+3.79%
+557 693
+6.51%
+ 126 271
+6.30%
+221 060
+ 11.78%
+ 10 269 223
+4.43%
n
o
r
c
1
>
Home Delivery /Through-store Sales Analysis
Home delivery—
1979 totals - „	
1978 totals    _ -	
9 324 062
9 601 793
13 999 528
13 840 699
252 988
223 845
1 266 728
1 172 534
107 357
106 357
390 460
372 462
32 730
32 464
42 869
35 525
25 416 722
25 385 679
1979 compared to 1978   	
-277 731
—2.89%
84 601671
82 789 371
+ 158 829
+ 1.15%
103 539 868
97 523 557
+29 143
+ 13.02%
6 571 648
5 844 842
+94 194
8.03%
6 388 127
5 709 817
+ 1000
+0.94%
2 885 218
2 776 887
+ 17 998
+4.83%
8 728 702
8 189 007
+266
+0.82%
2 098 785
1 972 780
+7 344
+20.67%
2 055 354
1 841 638
+31043
Through-store sales—
1979 totals —.   .
+0.12%
216 869 373
1978 totals  	
206 647 899
1979 compared to 1978	
+ 1 812 300
+2.19%
+6 016 311
+6.17%
16 706
+726 806
+ 12.43%
+678 310
+ 11.88%
+ 108 331
+3.90%
+ 539 695
+6.59%
+ 126 005
+6.39%
+213 716
+ 11.60%
+ 10 221474
School milk—
1979 totals	
+4.95%
16 706
1978 totals 	
	
+ = Increase.
— = Decrease.
 Table Ib—Litre Sales, Vancouver Island Area
1979
Standard
Milk
Low-fat
Milk
Chocolate
Milk
Skim
Milk
Buttermilk
Light Cream
(9%
Butterfat)
Cream and
Sour Cream
(18%
Butterfat)
Whipping
Cream
(32%
Butterfat)
All
Products
January —     _    	
February  -     	
Litres
1 382 875
1 285 400
1 462 642
1 354 914
1 441 360
1 429 557
1 451 721
1 586 686
1 411035
1 502 027
1 479 226
1 391 507
Litres
1 679 029
1 584 054
1 794 001
1 678 217
1 765 252
1 706 918
1 712 916
1 888 211
1 708 243
1 868 397
1 841 619
1 725 785
Litres
80 025
80 136
91495
91733
109 181
105 631
110 470
124 649
104 752
112 696
100 139
81 170
Litres
90 683
89 089
98 237
90 903
98 343
94 564
91684
94 766
90 786
99 447
99 401
89 078
Litres
17 644
18 812
22 603
20 822
23 993
24 405
25 714
25 293
21684
22 218
21 836
18 603
Litres
112 075
104 256
120 509
115 691
122 069
129 523
126 578
139 429
119 284
129 122
129 532
128 589
Litres
10 143
9 019
12 580
13 334
15 676
15 761
16 619
18 566
14 468
14 728
13 891
18 726
Litres
16 458
18 809
19 987
23 281
26 001
30 738
27 770
26 328
20 096
26 803
20 631
40 647
Litres
3 388 932
3 189 575
3 622 054
3 388 895
3 601 875
3 537 097
July                             - -
3 563 472
3 903 928
3 490 348
3 775 438
3 706 275
3 494 105
1979 totals  —	
17 178 950
16 908 044
20 952 642
19 440 966
1 192 077
1 096 800
1 126 981
1 016 099
263 627
258 547
1 476 657
1 369 794
173 511
148 246
297 549
256 680
42 661 994
1978 totals - —
40 495 176
+270 906
+ 1.60%
+ 1511676
+7.78%
+95 277
+ 8.69%
+ 110 882
+10.91%
+5 080
+ 1.96%
+ 106 863
+7.80%
+25 265
+ 17.04%
+40 869
+ 15.92%
+2 166 818
+5.35%
Home Delivery /Through-store Sales Analysis
Home delivery—
1979 totals  — -  	
1978 totals   	
3 225 490
3 228 146
5 102 089
4 835 105
73 746
70 220
377 584
359 436
30 916
28 948
137 123
128 840
+ 8 283
+6.43%
1 339 534
1 240 954
3 419
3 087
13 189
11 341
8 963 556
8 665 123
1979 compared to 1978    —-    -  	
—2 656
—0.08%
13 953 460
13 679 898
+266 984
+5.52%
15 837 656
14 605 861
+3 526
+5.02%
1 118 331
1 026 580
+ 18 148
+5.05%
749 397
656 663
+ 1968
+6.80%
232 711
229 599
+332
+ 10.75%
170 092
145 159
+ 1848
+ 16.29%
284 360
245 339
+298 433
Through-store sales—
1979 totals...      -       -
1978 totals             —    	
+3.44%
33 685 541
31 830 053
1979 compared to 1978         	
School milk—
1979 totals            -	
+273 562
+2.00%
+ 1 231 795
+8.43%
12 897
+ 91 751
+8.94%
+92 734
+ 14.12%
+3 112
+ 1.36%
+98 580
+7.94%
+24 933
+ 17.18%
+39 021
+15.90%
+ 1 855 488
+5.83%
12 897
1978 totals	
T.
—
o
7=
—:
c
-T-:
-:
-
-
-
DB
0
>
C
Increase.
: Decrease.
 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA
c
■•:
z
3
a
o
U
CO
<
W
<
►J
<
in
w
<
3
W
►J
«
oc
(S -st
oc
On On OC
OC
n
C
*-l
m Tf
^o
Tfooenenr— mcNr-NOON>ocn
On in
Tf   0s
t- r-
o o
Tt CO
NO      •
.-^cnoNr-rTNOONcnNOr-oincN
NO CN
cn -rf
J«\D«MMHrH^fr1(r)^IO\
on m
* +
CN
£
cn^-'Tj-cNffimcnincnw-i'tcn
tJ- cn
CNCNCNCNCNtNCNcNcNCNCNCN
oo r-
CN CN
+
bfi         i-\
C\^mt~-0«nO\ooovpHO
OC\Tfi^f)00^,inrn'Tl>O
CN cn
3*s
ippin;
ream
32%
terfat
r- -*
jginrnin©r-cNONOcncnenin
u.mcnin©ONONr-vj-Tj-©o\NO
.ti'^J"'^r-oomoc\ocNr*-ON
r- oo
«n cn
ON f-
On cn
NO CN
H]rtHiHN(StNMtN'-'tN'-iN
cn i-H
(N *M
CN CS
+ +
im and
Cream
18%
terfat)
Q0O<»'*lOO'-|OWM3\(»
^O ©
cn &•-
viooooinoi-icnf-(Tt'-(oo,o
CN ON
«©m©i/"iT-iin'*fr'-<'--<ON\oi>
u)cncoo«nr--cn,oo'-''-'0^o
©r*
m cn
m ■<*■
T-<   °.
.titthM^OOnM^^^
© m
m r>
g3-3
^T-|T^,--<r-|,_,rjCN.CN<-<rHf-<CN,
cn i-H
CN CN
++
1
inMO^MHtN'-*OCO>ro
On cn
in &-
5£§
r-it—locnoocnT-icoNOON-*fr'-<
,-i yp
i-.NOoooNON*o©t—oor-^oocom
00 CN
m on
m i-<
■*t **<
,*i(St-at*iooa\r-Tj-'tmHin
on cn
no vo
si
a m
lOOt-'OOOOOOOOOOOvOOONONON
»n on
©  ON
++
;U
ONCS©>naN00©cn'<tcNp-cn
CN   T-l
S^
in--ir~NO\^^OOi>OOsc*)
© ON
s
wt-^CNOCNT-HencNr-OONOONCN
u<r^©©cNr--ooON©vONOONNO
,t:r<mMr)0\ONminictm
CN t~-
:?
c
NO tH
Vt Tf
ih cn
9
jeNcNCNCNtNencnmcNcNcNcN
CN i-i
cn cn
++
©w->i>'-"cno\fn'tt-cN^ON
NO  ©
S^
\0'<tcoenNo-'t,<*cn(Nr-r-'*t
cn «n
a ^
oo xr
T-H  00
cn oo
son
,tj(Hooi>N^fncoNOaivciH
00   ON
oo ^«
co<
jr~-vor-t--r->t-vot>r-r--r-r>
r- oo
00  i-i
co r-
++
V
ONO'Ow-tONiDt^cst-t-cncn
r-^ONt—ONOoorH'-irMTj-rn
cn r-
s^
la
♦H 00
w\o<scnrHO\mcnvoTtoorHm
nt>r-0«OfSineifNO^C^C
r- Tt-
CN 00
0
no m
i—( °°
•ti^'^cn©oor-(S©oit^o\r^
t=<  NO
>n *-5
|_jinin\o^««r-oot-r--\oin
O^-
00 i-i
oo r-
++
ONtnoooO(S'-i©cNoo\oON>o
"<*■ CN
C31^
(N e^
Si!
(MM
NO  -^  T|-  ^O ON CN  —llOrlOSOO^
jgONONTj-r~-r--cooNcncMcsrMON
HNOT-|r-,Hh(Ncnf>cNNOcnm>n
.■so\©r~-ONcnoocsr-tNr-©TH
r» cn
m on
9
00 m
cn°°.
OO
© m
^Tj-r-ON^mooNOcscncNr^
in oo
,: +
-h©t->t-i<(-it-i©CNt-icNCNc-i
CO ©
en m
+
■o
ONCOrNCNCN©NDONaN^O'-'ON
m oo
!C^
§*
QN'-'Tj-ONCn^-r-ifNCOcntO^O
CO ©
tf>cNCOcn©'<frcncNO\C0'-<©T-<
l-0\^Hi£)M(NTftfmMOt7\
±I©moNmooNOi^,<Tr-NOtnTi-
NO CN
■<* u->
•oa
t* on
u-,«
si
O  ON
O «H
|_jCNTfTfOOCN©'-<'-t©r~rI-—<
t-i CN
" +
ON00£J\000\O\O\O^iJm^O\
T-.   ON
*-' ©
+
ex.
t>
On
O
On
o>
Cfl
ij3
■p
«
ft
S
C
0   R
—■    u
On 00    On
r- r-   r-
>
;>>
X)   u
CN    «
e
S
0
a
1
1
>
C
-
>
<
&
a.
c
a
4.
1
I
c
E
8
3
a
Co
0
-S
oc
(N
r~ o
vo e-
(N CO
■t r-
ON   Ov
o> vc
<
!
o ©
ON^
*°.
On     I
!
+ +
in Tfr
° +
Tf -«*
©  CO
CN r-l
+
CO no
m no
s*
*«t r-
IP* vfi
T-l   T—
t> ON
t- r-.
NO  NO
0>«!
ON NO
CN *1
+ 2
cn co
cn ©
SQH
+
CN CN
++
C7\ i*
S»s
Sjs
!
i-t m
>o 00
CO ON
On cn
^o >n
+«
co r-
m r-
+
(N   rH
CN CN
++
J^fS
|C^
oo ©
cn no
CN ON
>n cn
CS "3"
<N r-
r- i-H
VO".
00^
CN ©
CS lo
O  ON
cn \0
>n m
++
++
cn in
58*8
ON  NO
CN 00
I*
cn cn
<5n on
ON Tf
co m
cn *1
r- ^
m m
++
en cn
++
cS ©
n! o
CN  OO
^^
cn on
cn cn
in ^f
©  <H
^  ^H
<N <*1
r- no
T— ""1
"* cn
cn no
r- cn
no m
++
«*■ cn
1-H   tH
r- vo
++
^t »n
On ^o
VO &•
Ki#
r- O
NO *-h
OTf
in tH
oo^.
(N ON
co r-
cn cn
++
NO  CO
00   T~l
t-   NC
++
-I
2^
^f CO
«*
c
NO CO
OO 00
m tj-
— 'O
«
i-i VJ
•n^
00^.
Oh
CN CN
r- cn
r
++
cn h
s+
ON  00
S3
+
CN On
C— vB
00  C^
t-  ON
5r!i*
m cn
cn no
m On
tn On
OO VO
in rH.
m oo
*?    1
in ^J-
° +
cs   '
cn rN
1    '
»  NO
ON  ON
+
rr
r-
\~-
ON
o\
1
O
o
•a
*^r
•d
CJ
«
:..
1
3
ft
s
S^
I
ft
g
?5^
"3
0
1 c
0
is
o
<u £S   £
SfONOO    ON
■gj?
CO
C On 0\   0">
P ON On   On
2 o
On
&3
g"
 Table IIa—Analysis of 1979 British Columbia Mainland Area Class I Sales and Milk Shipments From
Vancouver Island Area to the British Columbia Mainland Area
Total Class I
Sales From
All Areas
(Col. 1)
Mainland Area Sales
Sales From 1
Island
Vancouver
Area
Within
Area
(Col. 2)
Per
Cent
(Col. 3)
In Vancouver Island Area
Total
(Table IIIa(6))
(Col. 6)
Per Cent
of Total
Class I
Sales
(Col. 7)
Month
Packaged
(Table IIb(4))
(Col. 8)
Per Cent of
Total
(Table IIb( 10))
(Col. 4)
Per
Cent
(Col. 5)
Total
Class I
Sales
(Col. 9)
January ~.
Litres
20 012 966
18 516 551
20 774 690
19 473 055
20 284 197
19 685 657
19 644 806
21 697 656
19 778 618
21 658 477
21 003 346
20 467 469
Litres
18 948 446
17 543 547
19 690 965
18 436 686
19 210 521
18 668 287
18 531 846
20 238 188
18 698 013
20 425 858
19 864 633
19 327 545
94 68
94.75
94.78
94.68
94.71
94.83
94.33
93.27
94.54
94.31
94.58
94.43
Litres
1 064 520
973 004
1 083 725
1 036 369
1 073 676
1 017 370
1 112 960
1 459 468
1 080 605
1 232 619
1 138 713
1 139 924
5.32
5.25
5.22
5.32
5.29
5.17
5.67
6.73
5.46
5.69
5.42
5.57
Litres
20 011 706
18 515 921
20 770 894
19 468 057
20 274 621
19 674 479
19 635 133
21 689 142
19 770 669
21 648 243
20 993 778
20 459 459
99.99
100.00
99.98
99.97
99.95
99.94
99.95
99.96
99.96
99.95
99.95
99.96
Litres
1 260
630
3 796
4 998
9 576
11 178
9 673
8 514
7 949
10 234
9 568
8010
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.05
0 06
July                            	
0 05
0 04
004
0 05
November  	
December 	
0.05
0.04
1979 totals 	
242 997 488
233 201 462
229 584 535
220 455 110
94.48
94.53
13 412 953
12 746 352
5.52
5.47
242 912 102
233 148 722
99.96
99.98
85 386
52 740
0 04
1978 totals 	
0.02
+9 796 026
+4.20%
+9 129 425
+4.14%
-1-666 601       I
+9 763 380
+4.19%
+32 646
+61.90%
+ 5.23%
—
~
c
PC
-
o
TJ
-i
X
en
r
T-
CO
C
>
X
0
Increase.
— = Decrease.
 Table IIb—Analysis of 1979 Vancouver Island Area Class I Sales and Milk Shipments From British Columbia
Mainland Area to Vancouver Island Area
Total
Class I
Sales From
All Areas
(Col. 1)
Vancouver Island Area Sales
Sales From Vancouver Area
Month
Within
Area
(Col. 2)
Per Cent
(Col. 3)
In Vancouver Area
Total
(Table II Ib (6))
(Col. 6)
Per Cent
of Total
Class 1
Sales
(Col. 7)
Packaged
(Col. 8)
Bulk
(Col. 9)
Total
(Table IIa(4))
(Col. 10)
Per Cent
of Total
Total
(Table 1U(8))
(Col. 4)
Per Cent
(Col. 5)
Sales
(Col. 11)
Litres
4 386 162
4 150 465
4 691462
4 413 150
4 661 234
4 540 150
4 611455
5 234 897
4 480 604
4 894 170
4 801 598
4 600 896
Litres
3 320 382
3 176 831
3 603 941
3 371 783
3 577 982
3 511 602
3 488 822
3 766 915
3 392 050
3 651317
3 653 317
3 452 962
75.70
76.54
76.82
76.40
76.76
77.35
75.66
71.96
75.71
74.61
76.09
75.05
Litres
1260
630
3 796
4 998
9 576
11 178
9 673
8 514
7 949
10 234
9 568
8 010
0.03
0.02
0.08
0.11
0.21
0.25
0.21
0.16
0.18
0.21
0.20
0.17
Litres
3 321 642
3 177 461
3 607 737
3 376 781
3 587 558
3 522 780
3 498 495
3 775 429
3 399 999
3 661 551
3 662 885
3 460 972
75.73
76.56
76.90
76.52
76.97
77.59
75.87
72.12
75.88
74.81
76.28
75.22
Litres
997 230
960 890
1 069 408
1 024 255
1 059 359
1 003 053
1 047 983
1 330 969
990 256
1118 732
1 095 323
1 106 791
Litres
67 290
12 114
14 317
12 114
14 317
14 317
64 977
128 499
90 349
113 887
43 390
33 133
Litres
1064 520
973 004
1 083 725
1 036 369
1 073 676
1 017 370
1 112 960
1 459 468
1 080 605
1 232 619
1 138 713
1 139 924
24.27
February -	
23.44
23.10
23.48
May  -
23.03
22.41
July  	
24.13
27.88
September. — _	
October   	
November	
24.12
25.19
23.72
24.78
1979 totals	
1978 totals
55 466 243
52 145 996
41 967 904
39 346 904
75.66
75.46
85 386
52 740
0.15
0.10
42 053 290
39 399 644
75.82
75.56
12 804 249
11944 421
608 704
801 931
13 412 953
12 746 352
24.18
24.44
1979 compared to 1978	
+3 320 247
+6.37%
+2 621 000
+6.66%
+ 32 646
+61.90%
1
+2 653 646
+6.74%
+ 859 828
+7.20%
— 193 227
—24.10%
+666 601
+5.23%
X
X
O
O
c
~ Increase.        — :
: Decrease.
 Table IHa—-British Columbia Mainland Area, Qualifying Milk, 1979
Receipts
Quota Milk Receipts
Classes I and Ia Utilization
Excess Over Classes I and Ia
Month
Total
(Col. 1)
Daily
Average
(Col. 2)
Total
(Col. 3)
Daily
Average
(Col. 4)
Per Cent
of Col. 2
(Col. 5)
Total
(Col. 6)
Daily
Average
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of Col. 2
(Col. 8)
Per Cent
of Col. 4
(Col. 9)
Total
(Col. 10)
Daily
Average
(Col. 11)
Per Cent
of Col. 2
(Col. 12)
Litres
30 125 315
27 882 321
31527 878
30 955 179
33 609 826
31 945 300
32 462 448
31287 098
30 078 054
30 780 774
29 511653
31489 833
Litres
971 784
995 797
1 017 028
1 031 839
1 084 188
1064 843
1 047 176
1 009 261
1002 602
992 928
983 722
1 015 801
Litres
23 249 226
21 110 136
24 315 291
23 561 986
24 312 470
23 553 897
24 314 718
24 251 014
23 530 875
24 184 527
23 383 691
24 218 895
Litres
749 975
753 933
784 364
785 400
784 273
785 130
784 346
782 291
784 363
780 146
779 456
781 255
Per Cent
77.18
75.71
77.12
76.12
72.34
73.73
74.90
77.51
78.23
78.57
79.24
76.91
Litres
20 011706
18 515 921
20 770 894
19 468 057
20 274 621
19 674 479
19 635 133
21 689 142
19 770 669
21 648 243
20 993 778
20 459 459
Litres
645 539
661 283
670 029
648 935
654 020
655 816
633 391
699 650
659 022
698 330
699 793
659 983
Per Cent
66.43
66.41
65.88
62.89
60.32
61.59
60.49
69.32
65.73
70.33
71.14
64.97
Per Cent
86.07
87.71
85.42
82.62
83.39
83.53
80.75
89.44
84.02
89.51
89.78
84.48
Litres
10 113 609
9 336 400
10 756 984
11487 122
13 335 205
12 270 821
12 827 315
9 597 956
10 307 385
9 132 531
8 517 875
11030 374
Litres
326 245
334 514
346 999
382 904
430 168
409 027
413 784
309 611
343 580
294 598
283 929
355 819
Per Cent
33.57
February * —	
33.59
34.12
April -  —
37.11
39.68
June	
July -
38.41
39 51
August   ,,	
30.68
34 27
79 67
November* 	
December 	
28.86
35.03
1979, totals
1978 totals
371 655 679
352 638 865
1 018 235
966 134
283 986 726
271 982 350
778 046
745 157
76.41
77.13
242 912 102
233 148 722
665 513
633 764
65.36
66.12
85.54
85.72
128 743 577
119 490 143
352 722
327 370
34.64
33.88
1979 compared to 1978
+ 19 016 814
+5.39%
+52 101
+5.39%
+ 12 004 376
+4.41%
+32 889
+4.41%
+9 763 380
+4.19%
+ 26 749
+4.19%
 -    1     -----
     1     -----
!
+9 253 434
+7.74%
+25 352    1
+7.74%
1
X
-
o
X
H
c
T.
-i
a
-
0
>
73
a
+ = Increase.
= Decrease.
' Months to be basis for calculating daily milk quotas for 1980-81.
 Table IIIb—Vancouver Island Area, Qualifying Milk, 1979
Receipts
Quota
Milk Receipts
Classes 1 and Ia Utilization
Excess Over Classes I and Ia
Month
Total
Daily
Average
Total
Daily
Average
Per Cent
of Col. 2
Total
Daily
Average
Per Cent
of Col. 2
Per Cent
of Col. 4
Total
Daily
Average
Per Cent
of Col. 2
(Col. 1)
(Col. 2)
(Col. 3)
(Col. 4)
(Col. 5)
(Col. 6)
(Col. 7)
(Col. 8)
(Col. 9)
(Col. 10)
(Col. 11)
(Col. 12)
Litres
Litres
Litres
Litres
Per Cent
Litres
Litres
Per Cent
Per Cent
Litres
Litres
Per Cent
January *.-	
4 138 846
133 511
3 696 276
119 235
89.31
3 321 642
107 150
80.26
89.86
817 204
26 361
19.74
February* 	
3 804 827
135 887
3 345 849
119 495
87.94
3 177 461
113 481
83.51
94.97
627 366
22 406
16.49
4 279 192
138 038
3 902 630
125 891
91.20
3 607 737
116 379
84.31
92 44
671 455
21 660
15.69
April 	
4 192 894
139 763
3 816 638
127 221
91.03
3 376 781
112 559
80.54
88.48
816 113
27 204
19.46
May 	
4 425 815
142 768
3 940 845
127 124
89.04
3 587 558
115 728
81.06
91.04
838 257
27 041
18.94
June  	
4 188 516
139 617
3 818 223
127 274
91.16
3 522 780
117 426
84.11
92.26
665 736
22 191
15.89
July    	
4 328 595
139 632
3 950 049
127 421
91.25
3 498 495
112 855
80.82
88.57
830 100
26 777
19.18
August  -
4 270 670
137 764
3 911607
126 181
91.59
3 775 429
121 788
88.40
96.52
495 241
15 976
11.60
September *.. _	
4 125 160
137 505
3 792 112
126 404
91.93
3 399 999
113 333
82.42
89.66
725 161
24 172
17 58
October*           	
4 257 854
137 350
3 942 832
127 188
92.60
3 661 551
118 115
86.00
92.87
596 303
19 236
14.01
November	
4 142 114
138 070
3 818 902
127 297
92.20
3 662 885
122 0%
88.43
95.91
479 229
15 974
11.57
December 	
4 404 677
142 086
3 949 368
127 399
89.66
3 460 972
111644
78.58
87.63
943 705
30 442
21.42
1979 totals.. -	
50 559 160
138 520
45 885 331
125 713
90.75
42 053 290
115 215
83.18
91.65
8 505 870
23 304
16.82
1978 totals -
47 194 898
129 301
43 111 665
118 114
91.35
39 399 644
107 944
83.48
91.39
7 795 254
21 357
16.52
1979 compared to 1978
+3 364 262
+9 219
+ 2 773 666
+7 599
	
+2 653 646
+7 270
+710 616
+ 1947
	
+7.13%
+7.13%
+6.43%
+6.43%
+6.74%
+6.74%
+9.12%
+9.12%
Bd
a
—
cn
X
o
c
r
c
S
+ = Increase.        — = Decrease.
Months to be basis for calculating daily milk quotas for 1980-81.
 Table IIIc—All Areas Combined, Qualifying Milk, 1979
Receipts
Quota Milk Receipts
Classes 1 and Ia Utilization
Excess Over Classes 1 and Ia
Month
Total
(Col. 1)
Daily
Average
(Col. 2)
Total
(Col. 3)
Daily
Average
(Col. 4)
Per Cent
of Col. 2
(Col. 5)
Total
(Col. 6)
Daily
Average
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of Col. 2
(Col. 8)
Per Cent
of Col. 4
(Col. 9)
Total
(Col. 10)
Daily
Average
(Col. 11)
Per Cent
of Col. 2
(Col. 12)
January.	
February -	
Litres
34 264 161
31 687 148
35 807 070
35 148 073
38 035 641
36 133 816
36 791 043
35 557 768
34 203 214
35 038 628
33 653 767
35 894 510
Litres
1 105 296
1 131 684
1 155 067
1 171 602
1 226 956
1204 461
1 186 808
1 147 025
1 140 107
1 130 278
1 121 792
1 157 887
Litres
26 945 502
24 455 985
28 217 921
27 378 624
28 253 315
27 372 120
28 264 767
28 162 621
27 322 987
28 127 359
27 202 593
28 168 263
Litres
869 210
873 428
910 256
912 621
911 397
912 404
911 767
908 472
910 766
907 334
906 753
908 654
Per Cent
78.64
77.18
78.81
77.90
74.28
75.75
76.83
79.20
79.88
80.28
80.83
78.48
Litres
23 333 348
21 693 382
24 378 631
22 844 838
23 862 179
23 197 259
23 133 628
25 464 571
23 170 668
25 312 794
24 656 663
23 920 431
Litres
752 689
774 764
786 407
761495
769 748
773 242
746 246
821 438
772 356
816 542
821 889
771 627
Per Cent
68.10
68.46
68.08
65.00
62.73
64.20
62.88
71.62
67.74
72.24
73.27
66.64
Per Cent
86.59
88.70
86.39
83.44
84.46
84.75
81.85
90.42
84.80
89.98
90.64
84.92
Litres
10 930 813
9 993 766
11 428 439
12 303 235
14 173 462
12 936 557
13 657 415
10 093 197
11 032 546
9 725 834
8 997 104
11 974 079
Litres
352 607
356 920
368 659
410 108
457 208
431219
440 562
325 587
367 752
313 737
299 903
386 261
Per Cent
31.90
31.54
31.92
April -	
May 	
June   	
July 	
August —   -
35.00
37.27
35.80
37.12
28.38
32.26
27 76
November -	
December  —
26.73
33.36
1979 totals
1978 totals	
422 214 839
399 833 763
1 156 753
1 095 435
329 872 057
315 094 015
903 759
863 271
78.13
78.81
284 968 392
272 548 366
780 735
746 708
67.49
68.17
86.39
86.50
137 246 447
127 285 397
376 018
348 727
32.51
31.83
1979 compared to 1978
+22 381 076
+5.60%
+61318
+5.60%
+ 14 778 042
+4.69%
+40 488
+4.69%
+ 12 420 026
+4.56%
+34 027
+4.56%
+ 9 961 050
+7.83%
+27 291
+7.83%
m
■a
O
x
-
o
-n
ffl
r
-
03
O
>
X
a
Increase.        —
Decrease.
 16
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IVa—British Columbia Mainland Area, 1979 Year-to-date
Production and Class I Utilization Compared to 1978
Month
1979
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 1)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1978
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 3)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1979
Compared
to 19781
(Col. 5)
Per Cent
of
Change1
(Col. 6)
1979
Compared
to 19782
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Change2
(Col. 8)
January	
February...
March	
April 	
May. 	
June	
July-	
August	
September
October	
November.
December-
Litres |
30 125 315
27 882 321
31 527 878
30 955 179
33 609 826
31 945 300
32 462 448
31 287 098
30 078 054
30 780 774
29 511 653
31 489 833
Litres
30 125 315
58 007 636
89 535 514
120 490 693
154 100 519
186 045 819
218 508 267
249 795 365
279 873 419
310 654 193
340 165 846
371 655 679
Litres
29 552 963
27 119 719
30 419 388
29 932 227
31 477 390
29 638 385
29 826 664
29 608 120
28 539 007
29 117 263
27 693 910
29 713 829
Litres
29 552 963
56 672 682
87 092 070
117 024 297
148 501687
178 140 072
207 966 736
237 574 856
266 113 863
295 231 126
322 925 036
352 638 865
Litres
+572 352
+762 602
+ 1 108 490
+ 1022 952
+2 132 436
+2 206 915
+2 635 784
+ 1678 978
+ 1539 047
+ 1663 511
+ 1 817 743
+ 1776 004
+ 1.94
+2.81
+3.64
+3.42
+6.77
+7.78
+ 8.84
+5.67
+5.39
+5.71
+6.56
+5.98
Litres
+572 352
+ 1334 954
+2 443 444
+3 466 396
+5 598 832
+7 905 747
+ 10 541 531
+ 12 220 509
+ 13 759 556
+ 15 423 067
+ 17 240 810
+ 19 016 814
+ 1.94
+2.36
+2.81
+2.96
+ 3.77
+4.44
+5.07
+5.14
+5.17
+5.22
+5.34
+ 5.39
Month
1979
Classes I and Ia
Utilization
Monthly
Utiliza-
(Col. 9)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
1978
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
1979
Compared
to 19783
(Col. 13)
Per Cent
of
Change^
(Col. 14)
1979
Compared
to 1978*
(Col. 15)
Per Cent
of
Change4
(Col. 16)
January.-—
February-
March	
April —
May.	
June	
July	
August	
September.
October	
November.
December.
Litres
20 011 706
18 515 921
20 770 894
19 468 057
20 274 621
19 674 479
19 635 133
21 689 142
19 770 669
21 648 243
20 993 778
20 459 459
Litres
20 011706
38 527 627
59 298 521
78 766 578
99 041 199
118 715 678
138 350 811
160 039 953
179 810 622
201 458 865
222 452 643
242 912 102
Litres
18 529 320
17 683 079
20 206 792
18 631603
19 408 663
19 353 372
18 933 772
20 545 735
19 753 684
20 097 819
20 281 933
19 722 950
Litres
18 529 320
36 212 399
56 419 191
75 050 794
94 459 457
113 812 829
132 746 601
153 292 336
173 046 020
193 143 839
213 425 772
233 148 722
Litres
+ 1482 386
+832 842
+564 102
+836 454
+ 865 958
+321 107
+701 361
+ 1 143 407
+ 16 985
+ 1 550 424
+711 845
+736 509
+8.00
+4.71
+2.79
+4.49
+4.46
+ 1.66
+3.70
+5.57
+0.09
+7.71
+3.51
+3.73
Litres
+ 1482 386
+2 315 228
+2 879 330
+3 715 784
+4 581 742
+4 902 849
| +5 604 210
| +6 747 617
| +6 764 602
| +8 315 026
I +9 026 871
+9 763 380
+ 8.00
+6.39
+5.10
+4.95
+4.85
+4.31
+4.22
+4.40
+3.91
+4.31
+4.23
+4.19
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.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
17
Table IVb—Vancouver Island Area, 1979 Year-to-date Production
and Class I Utilization Compared to 1978
Month
1979
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 1)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1978
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 3)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1979
Compared
to 19781
(Col. 5)       (Col. 6)
Per Cent
of
Changei
1979
Compared
to 19782
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Change2
(Col. 8)
January.....
February-
March 	
April	
May.	
June —
July	
August	
September.
October.	
November
December
Litres |
4 138 846
3 804 827
4 279 192
4 192 894
4 425 815
4 188 516
4 328 595
4 270 670
4 125 160
4 257 854
4 142 114
4 404 677
Litres
4 138 846
7 943 673
12 222 865
16 415 759
20 841 574
25 030 090
29 358 685
33 629 355
37 754 515
42 012 369
46 154 483
50 559 160
Litres
4 027 813
3 656 903
4 032 480
3 971 595
4 126 044
3 860 264
3 888 515
3 946 172
3 795 329
3 953 503
3 854 501
4 081779
Litres
4 027 813
7 684 716
11717196
15 688 791
19 814 835
23 675 099
27 563 614
31 509 786
35 305 115
39 258 618
43 113 119
47 194 898
Litres
+ 111033
+ 147 924
+246 712
+221 299
+299 771
+328 252
+440 080
+324 498
+329 831
+304 351
+287 613
+322 898
+2.76
+4.05
+6.12
+5.57
+7.27
+8.50
+ 11.32
+8.22
+8.69
+7.70
+7.46
+7.91
Litres
+ 111033
+258 957
+505 669
+726 968
+ 1026 739
+ 1 354 991
+ 1 795 071
+2 119 569
+2 449 400
+2 753 751
+3 041 364
+3 364 262
+2.76
+3.37
+4.32
+4.63
+5.18
+5.72
+6.51
+6.73
+6.94
+7.01
+7.05
+7.13
Month
1979
Classes I and Ia
Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
1978
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
1979
Compared
to 19783
(Col. 13)
PerCent
of
Change^
(Col. 14)
1979
Compared
to 1978*
(Col. 15)
Per Cent
of
Change*
(Col. 16)
January.—-
February
March	
April	
May	
June —
July	
August	
September
October—.
November
December
Litres |
3 321 642
3 177 461
3 607 737
3 376 781
3 587 558
3 522 780
3 498 495
3 775 429
3 399 999
3 661 551
3 662 885
3 460 972
Litres
3 321 642
6 499 103
10 106 840
13 483 621
17 071 179
20 593 959
24 092 454
27 867 883
31 267 882
34 929 433
38 592 318
42 053 290
Litres
3 130 293
3 015 012
3 434 634
3 123 191
3 364 439
3 390 767
3 178 773
3 351 658
3 434 877
3 367 368
3 285 785
3 322 847
Litres
3 130 293
6 145 305
9 579 939
12 703 130
16 067 569
19 458 336
22 637 109
25 988 767
29 423 644
32 791 012
36 076 797
39 399 644
Litres
+ 191 349
+ 162 449
+ 173 103
+253 590
+223 119
+ 132 013
+319 722
+423 771
-34 878
+294 183
+377 100
+ 138 125
+6.11
+5.39
+5.04
+8.12
+6.63
+3.89
+ 10.06
+ 12.64
— 1.02
+8.74
+ 11.48
+4.16
Litres
+ 191349
+353 798
+526 901
+780 491
+ 1 003 610
+1 135 623
+ 1455 345
+ 1 879 116
+ 1844 238
+2 138 421
+2 515 521
+2 653 646
+6.11
+5.76
+5.50
+6.14
+6.25
+5.84
+6.43
+7.23
+6.27
+6.52
+6.97
+6.74
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.
Decrease.
 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table IVc—All Areas Combined, 1979 Year-to-date Production
and Class I Utilization Compared to 1978
Month
1979
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 1)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 2)
1978
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 3)
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
(Col. 4)
1979
Compared
to 19781
(Col. 5)
Per Cent
of
Changei
(Col. 6)
1979
Compared
to 19782
(Col. 7)
Per Cent
of
Change2
(Col. 8)
January-
February—
March	
April 	
May	
June —	
July-	
August	
September
October.	
November-
December
Litres j
34 264 161
31 687 148
35 807 070
35 148 073
38 035 641
36 133 816
36 791 043
35 557 768
34 203 214
35 038 628
33 653 767
35 894 510
Litres
34 264 161
65 951 309
101 758 379
136 906 452
174 942 093
211075 909
247 866 952
283 424 720
317 627 934
352 666 562
386 320 329
422 214 839
Litres
33 580 776
30 776 622
34 451868
33 903 822
35 603 434
33 498 649
33 715 179
33 554 292
32 334 336
33 070 766
31 548 411
33 795 608
Litres
33 580 776
64 357 398
98 809 266
132 713 088
168 316 522
201 815 171
235 530 350
269 084 642
301 418 978
334 489 744
366 038 155
399 833 763
Litres
+683 385
+910 526
+ 1 355 202
+ 1244 251
+2 432 207
+2 635 167
+3 075 864
+2 003 476
+ 1 868 878
+ 1 967 862
+2 105 356
+2 098 902
+2.04
+2.96
+3.93
+3.67
+6.83
+ 7.87
+9.12
+5.97
+5.78
+ 5.95
+6.67
+6.21
Litres
+683 385
+ 1593 911
+2 949 113
+4 193 364
+6 625 571
+9 260 738
+ 12 336 602
+ 14 340 078
+ 16 208 956
+ 18 176 818
+20 282 174
+22 381 076
+2.04
+2.48
+2.99
+3.16
+3.94
+4.59
+ 5.24
+5.33
+ 5.38
+5.43
+5.54
+5.60
Month
January.—.
February-
March	
April	
May —	
June	
July	
August	
September
October	
November-
December
1979
Classes I and Ia
Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 9)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 10)
Litres
23 333 348
21 693 382
24 378 631
22 844 838
23 862 179
23 197 259
23 133 628
25 464 571
23 170 668
25 309 794
24 656 663
23 920 431
I
Litres
23 333 348
45 026 730
69 405 361
92 250 199
116 112 378
139 309 637
162 443 265
187 907 836
211078 504
236 388 298
261 044 961
284 965 392
1978
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 11)
Accumulated
Monthly
Utilization
(Col. 12)
Litres
21 659 613
20 698 091
23 641 426
21 754 794
22 773 102
22 744 139
22 112 545
23 897 393
23 188 561
23 465 187
23 567 718
23 045 797
Litres
21 659 613
42 357 704
65 999 130
87 753 924
110 527 026
133 271 165
155 383 710
179 281 103
202 469 664
225 934 851
249 502 569
272 548 366
1979
Compared
to 19783
(Col. 13)  (Col. 14)
Per Cent
of
Changes
Litres
+ 1 673 735
+995 291
+737 205
+ 1 090 044
+ 1 089 077
+453 120
+ 1 021 083
+ 1 567 178
— 17 893
+ 1 844 607
+ 1 088 945
+874 634
+7.73
+4.81
+3.12
+5.01
+4.78
+ 1.99
+4.62
+6.56
—0.08
+7.86
+4.62
+3.80
1979
Compared
to 1978*
(Col. 15)
Litres
+ 1673 735
+2 669 026
+3 406 231
+4 496 275
+5 585 352
+6 038 472
+7 059 555
+ 8 626 733
+8 608 840
+ 10 453 447
+ 11542 392
+12 417 026
Per Cent
of
Change*
(Col. 16)
+7.73
+6.30
+5.16
+5.12
+5.05
+4.53
+4.54
+4.81
+4.25
+4.63
+4.63
+4.56
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.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
19
Table Va—Production and Utilization of Milk on British Columbia Mainland
(LITRES)
1979
1978
1979
1978
Production Receipts
Production Receipts
Class I Utilization
Class I Utilization
Month
Accumu
Accumu
Accumu
Accumu
Monthly
lated
Monthly
lated
Monthly
lated
Per
Monthly
lated
Per
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Cent
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Cent
January 	
30 125 315
30 125 315
29 552 963
29 552 963
20 011 706
20 011 706
66.43
18 529 320
18 529 320
62.70
February ._. _	
27 882 321
58 007 636
27 119 719
56 672 682
18 515 921
38 527 627
66.41
17 683 079
36 212 399
65.20
March 	
31 527 878
89 535 514
30 419 388
87 092 070
20 770 894
59 298 521
65.88
20 206 792
56 419 191
66.43
30 955 179
120 490 693
29 932 227
117 024 297
19 468 057
78 766 578
62.89
18 631 603
75 050 794
62.25
May 	
33 609 826
154 100 519
31 477 390
148 501 687
20 274 621
99 041 199
60 32
19 408 663
94 459 457
61.66
June   	
31 945 300
186 045 819
29 638 385
178 140 072
19 674 479
118 715 678
61.59
19 353 372
113 812 829
65.30
July	
32 462 448
218 508 267
29 826 664
207 966 736
19 635 133
138 350 811
60.49
18 933 772
132 746 601
63.48
August	
31287 098
249 795 365
29 608 120
237 574 856
21 689 142
160 039 953
69.32
20 545 735| 153 292 336
69.39
30 078 054
279 873 419
28 539 007
266 113 863
19 770 669
179 810 622
65.73
19 753 684)173 046 020
20 097 819 193 143 839
69.22
October	
30 780 774
310 654 193
29 117 263
295 231 126
21 645 925
201 456 547
70.32
69.02
November	
29 511 653
340 165 846
27 693 910
322 925 036
20 985 539
222 442 086
71.11
20 281 933
213 425 772
73.24
December  	
31 489 833
371 655 679
29 713 829
352 638 865
20 453 310
242 895 396
64.95
19 722 950 233 148 722
66.38
Utilization of milk 1
n 1979 com-
Dared to 1978 	
  --  100%
100%
65.36%
66.12%
1979
Class Ia Utilization
1978
Class Ia Utilization
1979
Class III Utilization
1978
Class III Utilization
Month
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
3 719 265
3 316 469
4 552 722
5 145 026
4 535 508
5 056 478
6 570 860
4 303 125
5 723 270
3 296 459
3 395 174
4 306 677
3 719 265
7 035 734
11588 456
16 733 482
21268 990
26 325 468
32 896 328
37 199 453
42 922 723
46 219 182
49 614 356
53 921 033
12.34
11.89
14.44
16.62
13.50
15.83
20.24
13.75
19.03
10.71
11.50
13.68
4 411047
3 283 977
4 090 458
5 321 560
4 040 303
4 319 620
6 148 461
4 494 202
3 892 520
4 352 169
3 226 390
4 538 906
4 411047
7 695 024
11785 482
17 107 042
21 147 345
25 466 965
31615 426
36 109 628
40 002 148
44 354 317
47 580 707
52 119 613
14 93
12.11
13 45
17.78
12.84
14 58
July —	
20.61
15.18
13 64
2 318
8 239
6 149
2 318
10 557
16 706
0.01
0.03
0.02
14.95
11.65
December  —	
	
-  1	
15.27
Utilization of milk in 1979 corn-
Dared to 1978 -       0.00
7o
0.00%
14.51%
14.78%
Class I—Fluid milk.
Class IA—Fluid milk—School Milk Program.
 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table Va-
-Production and Utilization of Milk on British Columbia
Mainland—Continued
(LITRES)
1979
Class IIIa Utilization
1978
Class IIIa Utilization
1979
Class IIIb Utilization
1978
Class IIIb Utilization
Month
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
January —-	
February	
1 412 691
1 449 567
1 586 769
1 327 300
3 247 712
2 891 838
3 398 637
3 092 548
1 292 751
2 103 611
562 260
1 467 531
1 412 691
2 862 258
4 449 027
5 776 327
9 024 039
11915 877
15 314 514
18 407 062
19 699 813
21 803 424
22 365 684
23 833 215
4.69
5.20
5.03
4.29
9.66
9.05
10.47
9.89
4.30
6.83
1.91
4.66
2 211368
2 212 542
1 631 875
1 776 768
2 799 116
1 056 354
891206
2 307 555
852 529
352 459
1717 616
2 075 689
2 211 368
4 423 910
6 055 785
7 832 553
10 631669
11 688 023
12 579 229
14 886 784
15 739 313
16 091 772
17 809 388
19 885 077
7.48
8.16
5.36
5.94
8.89
3.56
2.99
7.79
2.99
1.21
6.20
6.99
2 997 121
2 671955
2 404 239
2 658 849
2 798 760
1 694 106
1 101 732
423 070
1 254 924
1 561 077
2 822 604
3 141 804
2 997 121
5 669 076
8 073 315
10 732 164
13 530 924
15 225 030
16 326 762
16 749 832
18 004 756
19 565 833
22 388 437
25 530 241
9.95
9.53
7.63
6.59
8.33
5.30
3.39
1.35
4.17
5.07
9.56
9.98
2 935 505
2 495 601
2 826 836
2 570 326
3 123 392
3 002 379
2 638 796
2 935 505
5 431 106
8 257 942
10 828 268
13 951 660
16 954 039
19 592 835
9.93
9.20
9.29
8.59
9.92
10.13
July    •
8.85
931 089
2 382 067
2 646 254
842 924
1619 033
20 523 924
3.15
September 	
22 905 991
25 552 245
26 395 169
28 014 202
8.35
9.09
November   ...  ...
December. _
3.04
5.45
Utilization of milk in 1979
pared to 1978	
com-
-.     6.41
%
5.64%
6.87%
7.94%
1979
Class IIIc Utilization
1978
Class IIIc Utilization
Month
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
January 	
1 984 532
1 928 409
2 213 254
2 355 947
2 753 225
2 628 399
1756 086
1 779 213
2 036 440
2 171 384
1 737 837
2 114 362
1 984 532
3 912 941
6 126 195
8 482 142
11 235 367
13 863 766
15 619 852
17 399 065
19 435 505
21 606 889
23 344 726
25 459 088
6.59
6.92
7.02
7.61
8.19
8.23
5.41
5.69
6.77
7.06
5.89
6.71
1 465 723
1444 520
1 663 427
1 631 970
2 105 916
1 906 660
1 214 429
1 329 539
1 658 207
1 668 562
1 625 047
1 757 251
1 465 723
2 910 243
4 573 670
6 205 640
8 311 556
10 218 216
11432 645
12 762 184
14 420 391
16 088 953
17 714 000
19 471251
4.96
5 33
March -  .
5.47
5 44
May   — 	
6.69
6 43
July _   	
4 07
4 49
September 	
October- -	
November	
December 	
5.80
5.73
5.87
5.91
Utilization of milk in 1979
pared to 1978	
com-
6.85%
5.52%
Class IIIa-—Butter and powdered milk.
Class IIIb—Evaporated milk.
Class Hie—Cheddar cheese.
 Table Vb—Production and Utilization of Milk on Vancouver Island
(LITRES)
1979
Production Receipts
1978
Production Receipts
1979
Class 1 Utilization
1978
Class 1 Utilization
Class I
1979
\ Utilization
1978
Class Ia Utilization
Month
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
4 138 846
3 804 827
4 279 192
4 192 894
4 425 815
4 188 516
4 328 595
4 270 670
4 125 160
4 257 854
4 142 114
4 404 677
4 138 846
7 943 673
12 222 865
16 415 759
20 841 574
25 030 090
29 358 685
33 629 355
37 754 515
42 012 369
46 154 483
50 559 160
4 027 813
3 656 903
4 032 480
3 971 595
4 126 044
3 860 264
3 888 515
3 946 172
3 795 329
3 953 503
3 854 501
4 081 779
4 027 813
7 684 716
11 717 196
15 688 791
19 814 835
23 675 099
27 563 614
31 509 786
35 305 115
39 258 618
43 113 119
47 194 898
3 321 642
3 177 461
3 607 737
3 376 781
3 587 558
3 522 780
3 498 495
3 775 429
3 399 999
3 659 030
3 656 848
3 456 633
3 321 642
6 499 103
10 106 840
13 483 621
17 071 179
20 593 959
24 092 454
27 867 883
31 267 882
34 926 912
38 583 760
42 040 393
80.26
83.51
84.31
80.54
81.06
84.11
80.82
88.40
82.42
85.94
88.28
78.48
3 130 293
3 015 012
3 434 634
3 123 191
3 364 439
3 390 767
3 178 773
3 351 658
3 434 877
3 367 368
3 285 785
3 322 847
3 130 293
6 145 305
9 579 939
12 703 130
16 067 569
19 458 336
22 637 109
25 988 767
29 423 644
32 791012
36 076 797
39 399 644
77.72
82.45
85.17
78.64
81.54
87.84
81.75
84.93
90.50
85.17
85.24
81.41
February. -
April- 	
May.    	
July
—
2 521
6 037
4 339
2 521
8 558
12 897
0.06
0.15
0.10
December -	
	
Utilization   of   mil
compared to 1978
c   in   1979
  -- 1
00%
100%
83.15%
83.48%
0.03%
X
—
-3
c
X
-
c
T".
H
X
r
r-
Z3
c
>
X
0
Month
January	
February	
March.	
April _.
May..	
June	
July	
August	
September-
October -
November-
December -
1979
Class III Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
476 537
235 098
332 148
411081
298 851
312 858
523 569
297 289
459 633
292 279
250 031
359 878
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
476 537
711 635
1 043 783
1 454 864
1 753 715
2 066 573
2 590 142
2 887 431
3 347 064
3 629 343
3 879 374
4 239 252
Per
Cent
11.51
6.18
7.76
9.80
6.75
7.47
12.10
6.96
11.14
0.07
6.04
8.17
Utilization of milk in 1979 compared to 1978
8.38%
1978
Class III Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
469 583
267 021
259 628
604 171
330 819
255 616
545 739
468 195
196 698
424 889
400 029
280 806
469 583
736 604
996 232
1 600 403
1 931 222
2 186 838
2 732 577
3 200 772
3 397 470
3 822 359
4 222 388
4 503 194
Per
Cent
11.66
7.30
6.44
15.21
8.02
6.62
14.03
11.87
5.18
10.75
10.38
6.88
9.54?
1979
Class IIIa Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
340 667
392 268
339 307
405 032
539 406
352 878
306 531
197 952
265 528
314 024
229 198
583 827
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
340 667
732 935
1 072 242
1 477 274
2 016 680
2 369 558
2 676 089
2 874 041
3 139 569
3 453 593
3 682 791
4 266 618
8.23
10.31
7.93
9.66
12.19
8.42
7.08
4.64
6.44
0.07
5.53
13.25
8.44%
1978
Class IIIa Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
427 937
374 870
338 218
244 233
430 786
213 881
164 003
126 319
163 754
161 246
168 687
478 126
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
427 937
802 807
1 141 025
1 385 258
1816 044
2 029 925
2 193 928
2 320 247
2 484 001
2 645 247
2 813 934
3 292 060
10.62
10.25
8.39
6.15
10.44
5.54
4.22
3.20
4.32
4.08
4.38
11.71
6.98%
 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Table Vc—Production and Utilization of Milk, All Areas Combined
(LITRES)
Month
1979
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
1978
Production Receipts
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
1979
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1978
Class I Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
January	
February-
March  -
April	
May-
June 	
July	
August	
September-
October	
November...
December
I
34 264 161
31 687 148
35 807 070
35 148 073
38 035 641
36 133 816
36 791 043
35 557 768
34 203 214
35 038 628
33 653 767
35 894 5101422
264 161
951 309
758 379
906 452
942 093
075 909
866 952
424 720
627 934
666 562
320 329
214 839
33 580 776
30 776 622
34 451 868
33 903 822
35 603 434
33 498 649
33 715 179
33 554 292
32 334 336
33 070 766
31548 411
33 795 608
33 580 776
64 357 398
98 809 266
132 713 088
168 316 522
201 815 171
235 530 350
269 084 642
301 418 978
334 489 744
366 038 155
399 833 763
23 333
21 693
24 378
22 844
23 862
23 197
23 133
25 464
23 170
25 304
24 642
23 909
348 23 333
382 45 026
631 69 405
838 92 250
179|116 112
2591139 309
6281162 443
5711187 907
668J211 078
955|236 383
387|261 025
9431284 935
I
68.10
68.46
68.00
65.00
62.73
64.20
62.88
71.62
67.74
72.22
73.22
789|66.61
I
21659 613| 21
20 698 091| 42
23 641426| 65
21 754 794| 87
22 773 102|110
22 744 139] 133
22 112 545|155
23 897 393(179
23 188 561 [202
23 465 187(225
23 567 718|249
23 045 7971272
659 613
357 704
999 130
753 924
527 026
271 165
383 710
281 103
469 664
934 851
502 569
548 366
64.50
67.25
68.62
64.17
63.96
67.90
65.59
71.22
71.71
70.95
74.70
|68.19
Utilization   of   milk  in   1979
compared to  1978  _..   100%
100%
67.49%
.16%
1979
Class Ia Utilization
1978
Class Ia Utilization
1979
Class III Utilization
1978
Class III Utilization
Month
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
January	
4 195 802
4 195 802
12.24
11.21
13.64
15.81
12.71
14.86
19.28
12.94
18.08
10.21
10.83
13.00
1
4 880 630J 4 880 630
3 550 998|  8 431 628
4 350 086 12 781714
5 925 731J18 707 445
4 371 122|23 078 567
4 575 236 27 653 803
6 694 200(34 348 003
4 962 397|39 310 400
4 089 218(43 399 618
4 777 058(48 176 676
3 626 419151 803 095
14.53
3 351 567| 7 747 369
4 884 870 12 632 239
5 556 107|18 188 346
4 834 359|23 022 705
5 369 336 28 392 041
7 094 429 35 486 470
4 600 414|40 086 884
6 182 903|46 269 787
3 578 738|49 848 525
3 645 205153 493 730
4 666 555 58 160 285
11.54
March	
12,63
17.48
May    	
12.28
13.66
July   ,	
19.85
14.79
September	
12.65
4 839
14 276
10 488
4 839
19 115
0.02
0.04
14.45
11.50
December  —	
29 6031 0.03
4 819 712|56 622 807(14.26
Utilization  of  milk  ii
l   1979
  0.01%
0.00%
13.78%
14.16%
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
23
Table Vc—Production and Utilization of Milk, All Areas Combined—Continued
(LITRES)
1979
Class IIIa Utilization
1978
Class IIIa Utilization
1979
Class IIIb Utilization
1978
Class IIIb Utilization
Month
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1 753 358
1 841 835
1 926 076
1732 332
3 787 118
3 244 716
1 753 358
3 595 193
5 521 269
7 253 601
11040 719
14 285 435
5.12
5.81
5.38
4.93
9.96
8.98
10.07
9.25
4.56
6.90
2.35
5.72
2 639 305
2 587 412
1 970 093
2 021 001
3 229 902
1 270 235
1 055 209
2 433 874
1 016 283
513 705
2 639 305
5 226 717
7 196 810
9 217 811
12 447 713
13 717 948
7.86
8.41
5.72
5.96
9.07
3.79
2 997 121   2 997 121
2 671955| 5 669 076
2 404 239| 8 073 315
2 658 849|10 732 164
2 798 760|13 530 924
1 694 106 15 225 030
1 101 732 16 326 762
423 070 16 749 832
1 254 924 18 004 756
1 561 077 19 565 833
2 822 604 22 388 437
3 141 804J25 530 241
8.75
8.43
6.72
7.56
7.36
4.69
3.00
1.19
3.67
4.45
8.39
8.75
2 935 505
2 495 601
2 826 836
2 570 326
3 123 392
3 002 379
2 638 796
931 009
2 382 067
2 646 254
842 924
1619 033
2 935 505
5 431 106
8 257 942
10 828 268
13 951 660
16 954 039
19 592 835
20 523 924
22 905 991
25 552 245
26 395 169
28 014 202
8.74
February	
March -	
April... -	
May  —	
8.11
8.20
7.58
8.77
8.96
July-    -	
August  	
September 	
3 705 168 17 990 603
3 290 500(21 281 103
1 558 279|22 839 382
2 417 635[25 257 017
791458|26 048 475
2 051 358|28 099 833
14 773 157
17 207 031
18 223 314
18 737 019
3.13
7.25
3.14
1.55
7.83
2.78
7.37
8.00
November   	
December  	
1 886 303 20 623 322| 5.98
2 553 815 23 177 137j 7.56
2.67
4.79
6.66%
5.80%
6.05%
7.01%
Month
1979
Class IIIc Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
1978
Class IIIc Utilization
Monthly
Receipts
Accumulated
Monthly
Receipts
Per
Cent
January-—
February-
March	
April.	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September
October	
November.
December
1 984 532
1 928 409
2 213 254
2 355 947
2 753 225
2 628 399(13
1 756 086| 15
1 779 213|17
2 036 440(19
2171 384|21
1 737 837(23
2 114 362J25
984 532
912 941
126 195
482 142
235 367
863 766
619 852
399 065] 5.00
435 505J 5.95
606 889( 6.20
344 726 5.17
459 088 5.89
5.79
6.09
6.18
6.70
7.24
7.27
4.77
1465 723| 1465
1 444 520| 2 910
1 663 427 4 573
1 631970| 6 205
2 105 916| 8 311
1 906 660110 218
1 214 429U1432
1 329 539
1 658 207
1 668 562
1 625 047
1 757 251
12 762
14 420
16 088
17 714
19 471
723
243
670
640
556
216
645
184
391
953
000
251
4.37
4.69
4.83
4.81
5.92
5.69
3.60
3.96
5.13
5.05
5.15
5.20
 Table VI—Information Regarding Class I Accounting Value Formula: Classes I, III, IIIa, IIIb, IIIc Accounting
Values; and Producer Prices for Qualifying Milk
t->
■u
Base
Period
1968-771
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
Base
Period
1969-782
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
1. (a) Index of Industry Selling Prices
383.9
117.2
185.88
84.80
142.2
462.51
128.3
100.00
$
24.1164
632.6
179.3
300.93
113.43
191.4
819.15
198.7
153.4548
$
37.008
23.150
21.450
21.450
21.350
34.92
22.05
31.98
35.53
22.44
34.13
632.6
180.8
300.93
118.42
193.5
821.81
203.3
155.3873
$
37.474
24.330
22.630
22.630
22.530
35.72
23.21
32.68
36.75
23.26
35.13
643.3
181.3
300.93
118.42
196.8
824.23
203.3
156.1538
$
37.659
24.330
22.630
22.630
22.530
35.57
23.32
32.77
36.58
23.47
35.43
643.3
182.7
300.93
123.39
195.7
826.40
207.6
157.8098
$
38.058
133.2
125.7
203.93
90.53
152.1
515.65
139.1
100.00
$
26.0128
201.4
184.4
305.31
125.83
198.6
828.25
207.6
146.4701
$
38.101
25.130
23.430
23.430
23.330
35.75
23.98
32.50
36.84
24.03
35.43
208.3
186.6
308.66
130.81
198.6
829.88
207.6
148.9700
$
38.751
25.130
23.430
23.430
23.330
36.33
24.10
33.12
37.62
24.22
36.44
208.3
187.9
310.41
146.12
203.5
831.27
223.3
154.1568
$
40.101
25.130
23.430
23.430
23.330
37.05
24.24
33.84
38.31
24.50
37.10
210.8
189.7
312.23
146.12
210.0
833.15
223.3
155.2954
$
40.397
25.130
23.430
23.430
23.330
38.68
24.17
35.42
39.84
24.45
38.54
213.3
190.6
314.17
146.12
212.9
835.52
223.3
156.1113
$
40.609
26.030
24.330
24.330
24.330
38.15
25.27
35.35
39.03
25.40
37.93
214.7
192.1
314.17
146.12
212.9
838.36
230.2
156.9990
$
40.840
40.610
26.030
24.330
24.330
24.330
39.17
24.94
36.12
39.71
25.13
38.64
217.0
192.8
315.89
156.35
222.0
841.70
230.2
160.4333
$
42.183
40.610
26.030
24.330
24.330
24.330
40.42
25.00
37.22
41.48
25.21
40.21
218.4
194.5
320.19
(<0 Alfalfa Hay Prices  	
158.70
(c) Index of 16% Dairy Feed _	
(/) Farm Wages in B.C.
222.2
844.95
(?) Index of Prices of Farm Inputs*....
(h) Combined Index—	
2. Class I Accounting Values—All areas .
230.2
161.8109
$
42.183
40.610
24.330
22.630
22.630
22.530
35.50
23.37
32.60
36.37
23.48
35.22
26.030
Class IIIa Accounting Value 	
Class IIIb Accounting Value  	
24.330
24.330
24.330
4. Producer Prices before adjustments—
(1)  British Columbia Mainland Area:
(a) Quota Price  	
39.51
24.99
(c) Weighted Average Price	
(2) Vancouver Island Area:
36.16
40.05
24.97
(c) Weighted Average Price —	
38.49
i General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77).
2 General Order 72 (B.C. Reg. 217/78).
3 General Order 75 (B.C.Reg. 224/79).
* Farm Input Price Index Western Canada Revised by Statistics Canada from a base of 1961 = 100 to 1971
to
H
X
o
o
r
c
u
100.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
Table VII—Licensing Information
25
British Columbia
Mainland
Vancouver Island
Total
Class I
Class II
Class I
Class II
Class I
Class II
Issued from April 1, 1979 	
28
1,055
86
6
120
4
34
1,175
90
In effect December 31, 1979   _.
In effect December 31 1978	
28
33
969
997
6
6
116
119
34
39
1,085
1,116
 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX A
1979
Milk Industry (Amendment)
CHAPTER 19
Milk Industry Amendment Act, 1979
Chap. 19
[Assented to July 27, 1979.]
HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the
Province of British Columbia, enacts as follows:
1. The Milk Industry Act, R.S.B.C. 1960, c. 243, is amended
(fl) by renumbering section 41 as section 41(1) and adding the following subsection:
"(2) Without limiting the generality of any other provision of this Act, the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council may vest in the Board any or all of the following powers:
(a) to fix and collect levies or charges from persons designated by the Board and
engaged in the production or marketing of milk or a class of milk and for that
purpose to classify those persons into groups and fix the levies or charges payable
by the members of the different groups in different amounts, and to use those
levies or charges and other monies and licence fees received by the Board
(i) for the purposes of the Board and to pay its expenses,
(ii) to pay costs and losses incurred by it in marketing or disposing of milk,
(iii) to equalize or adjust returns received by producers of milk or a class of milk
during periods the Board may determine, and
(iv) to set aside reserves for the purposes of this paragraph;
(b) to purchase milk or a class of milk in relation to which it may exercise its powers
and package, process, store, ship, insure, export or sell or otherwise dispose of
milk purchased by it;
(c) to inquire into and determine the amount of surplus of milk or a class of milk;
(d) to acquire all or part of a surplus of milk the Board may determine;
(e) to market a surplus of milk that it acquires;
(/) to require a person who receives milk or a class of milk from a producer for
marketing to deduct from the money payable by him to the producer any licence
fee, levy or charge payable by the producer to the Board and to remit them to
the Board.", and
(b) by adding the following subsection to section 41b:
"(3) The Board may, with the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, delegate
to the Canadian Dairy Commission or to a marketing board established under an Act of Canada,
any of the powers of the Board under this Act."
Fees, etc.
2. Levies or charges imposed or collected before the coming into force of this Act by the
Canadian Dairy Commission, the Milk Board, a commodity board or a marketing agency
pursuant to or purporting to be pursuant to the Agricultural Products Marketing Act (Canada),
the Canadian Dairy Commission Act (Canada) or the Farm Products Marketing Agencies Act
(Canada) in respect of milk marketed locally within British Columbia shall be deemed to have
been imposed or collected under the Milk Industry Act as amended by this Act, and the levies
or charges are declared to have been validly imposed or collected and where they were imposed
but not collected, may be collected as if they had been imposed under the Milk Industry Act
as amended by this Act.
Retroactive effect
3. This Act is retroactive to the extent necessary to give effect to its provisions.
Commencement
4. This Act comes into force on a day to be fixed by proclamation.
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
27
APPENDIX B
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 73, Made by the Milk Board on January 18, 1979, Repealing General
Order 72 (B.C. Reg. 217/78), and Amending General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 72 is repealed.
2. General Order 67 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 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—1968-77 = 100.
Basic period value of 3.6 kilograms butterfat content in the Vancouver
Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$24.1164
per 100 litres.
Index of Wholesale Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)
X .15
X .15
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)   	
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 February 1, 1979, the
minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be $24,330.
(c) For Class IIIa and Class IIIb milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from February 1,
1979, the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $22,630.
(d) For Class IIIc milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100
litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from February 1, 1979, the
minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $22,530."
3. General Order 67 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 (d) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential of
30 cents for each one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100
litres."
 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA
4. 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
section 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."
5. This order shall come into operation on February 1, 1979.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on January 18, 1979.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 74, Made by the Milk Board on February 9, 1979, Repealing General
Order 73 (B.C. Reg. 36/79), and Amending General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 73 is repealed.
2. General Order 67 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 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—1968-77 = 100.
Base period value of 3.6 kilograms butterfat content in the Vancouver
Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$24.1164
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 ot qualifying milk containing 3.6 kilograms
of butterfat:
Combined index X base period value
100
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
29
(6) 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 February 15, 1979, the
minimum accounting value per 100 litres shall be $24,330.
(c) For Class IIIa and Class IIIb milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from February 15,
1979, the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $22,630.
(d) For Classs IIIc milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100
litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from February 15, 1979, the
minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $22,530."
3. General Order 67 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),
(Z>), (c), and (d) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential of
30 cents for each one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100
litres."
4. General Order 67 is amended by striking out sections 7.01 to 7.17, inclusive, and
substituting the following:
"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 in accordance with the provisions of subsection (c) (v) of this
section to his average daily shipments of qualifying milk during these two quota
periods,
(fc) 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, subject
to the provisions of subsection (c) of this section, as nontransferable quota 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.
(c)    (i) Subject to the provisions of section 7.08 a daily milk quota allotted under the
provisions of subsection (b) of this section shall become transferable on the
first day of April next following, 36 months after the effective date of allotment.
(ii) Subject to the provisions of section 7.08 and clause (i) of this subsection, the
Board may, upon written application, permit the transfer of quota allotted under
the provisions of subsection (b) of this section from the spouse, or from the
father and (or) the mother to the son and (or) the daughter and from the grandfather and (or) the grandmother to the grandson and (or) the grand-daughter
at the time the descendant acquires the family farm as a going concern, including
the daily milk quota, from the spouse, the parent, or the grandparent.  The nontransferable quota included in the transfer will retain the original date of transferability existing at the time of the transfer from the spouse, the parent, or the
grandparent,
(iii) Subject to the provisions of section 7.08, the Board may upon written application
permit the transfer, to the transferee, of quota allotted under the provisions of
subsection (b) of this section at the time the transferee acquires the daily farm
of the transferor as a going concern, including the daily milk quota.  The nontransferable quota included in the transfer will be nontransferable until the first
day of April next following 36 months after the date the transfer is effective, at
which time it shall become transferable.
(iv) A producer transferring daily milk quota under the provisions of section 7.08,
7.09, and 7.10 shall surrender to the Milk Board the same percentage of nontransferable quota, allotted under the provisions of subsection (fc) of this section
as the quota being transferable relates to the total transferable quota held by
 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA
the transferor. The nontransferable quota surrendered to the Board will be
deducted from the first issued or oldest nontransferable quota first and progress
through to the most recently issued nontransferable quota,
(v) Reductions in daily milk quota made in accordance with subsection (a) of this
section shall, if possible, be made from nontransferable quota allotted under the
provisions of subsection (b) of this section. The deduction will be made from
the first issued or oldest nontransferable quota first and progress through to the
most recently issued nontransferable quota. If a producer does not hold nontransferable quota or if the total nontransferable quota allotted to a producer is
insufficient to fulfill the reduction required under subsection (a) of this section,
the balance of the reduction will be taken from the producer's transferable quota."
Section 7.03 provides a program under which a producer may enter the dairy industry and
earn a daily milk quota on a graduated basis. Subsection (a) of this section provides for a
transitional program to permit the completion of the graduated entry quota earning program
for these producers who, prior to February 15, 1979, had commenced and participated to some
degree in the graduated entry quota earning program provided for in previous General Orders
of the Milk Board. Subsection {b) of this section provides a graduated entry quota earning
program for producers commencing qualifying production on or after February 15, 1979.
"7.03 (a) (i) An unlicensed producer who, prior to July 1, 1978, 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
period July 1 to December 31, 1978, inclusive, may, subject to the provisions of clause (vi) of this subsection, over a four-year period establish
and be allotted a daily milk quota by the Board commencing March 1,
1979. The first increment of quota will be allotted effective March 1,
1979, and will be calculated by taking 33 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
utilization is to the total production during the same quota period provided
such allotment shall not exceed 175 litres. If, in calculating the first
year's quota allotment, the qualification period, as specified in this clause,
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. Subsequent increments of quota will
be calculated in accordance with clauses (ii), (iii), and (iv) of this
subsection,
(ii) A producer who participated in the graduated entry quota earning program provided for in previous General Orders of the Milk Board and
who earned the first increment of quota thereunder effective March 1,
1978, will be allotted the second increment of quota effective March 1,
1979, which will be calculated by taking 67 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 120 per cent
of Class I utilization is to the total production of qualifying milk in the
area during the current quota period provided the total quota allotted
under the provisions of clauses (i) and (ii) of this subsection will not
exceed an aggregate of 400 litres. Subject to the provisions of clause (vi)
of this subsection, subsequent increments of quota will be calculated in
accordance with clauses (iii) and (iv) of this subsection.
(iii) A producer who participated in the graduated entry quota earning program provided for in previous General Orders of the Milk Board and
who earned the second increment of quota thereunder effective March 1,
1978, will be allotted the third increment of quota effective March  1,
1979, which will be calculated by taking 100 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 provided that after March 1, 1979,
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
31
the total quota allotted under the provisions of clauses (i), (ii), and (iii)
of this subsection will not exceed an aggregate of 650 litres. Subject to
the provisions of clause (vi) of this subsection, the final increment of
quota will be calculated in accordance with clause (iv) of this subsection,
(iv) A producer who participated in the graduated entry quota earning program provided for in previous General Orders of the Milk Board and
who earned the third increment of quota thereunder effective March 1,
1978, will be allotted the fourth and final increment of quota effective
March 1, 1979, which will be calculated by taking 100 per cent of the
same producer's 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. Subject to the provisions
of clause (vi) of this subsection, after March 1, 1979 producers who, effective March 1, 1979, earned an increment of quota under the provisions
of clauses (i), (ii) or (iii) of this subsection may elect to earn a fourth
increment of quota on the graduated entry quota earning program which
will be calculated by taking 100 per cent of the same producer's 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 provided that after March 1, 1979, the increase in
the quota provided by this calculation will not exceed the quota allotted
under the provisions of clause (iii) of this subsection by more than 125
litres or the total quota allotted under the provisions of clauses (i), (ii),
(iii), and (iv) of this subsection will not exceed an aggregate of 700
litres, whichever provides the larger aggregate quota.
(v) The daily milk quota established and allotted by the Board under the
calculation set out in clauses (i), (ii), (iii), and (iv) of this subsection
shall remain in effect until suspended or revoked by the Board, subject to
the provisions of subsections (a), (6), and (c) of section 7.02.
(vi) A producer who, effective March 1, 1979, earns an increment of quota
under the provisions of clauses (i), (ii), (iii) or (iv) of this subsection
and who, prior to December 31, 1980, has daily milk quota allotted to him
by means of transfer shall cease to participate, effective on the same date
the transfer becomes effective, in any further allocation of quota increments as provided under clauses (i),  (ii), and (iii)  of this subsection.
(b) (i) An unlicensed producer who after February 15, 1979, 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 five-month qualifying period of August 1 to December 31 in a year
may subject to the provisions of clause (iii) of this subsection, over a
three year period, establish and be allocated 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 33 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 utilization is to the total production during the same quota period provided such allotment shall not
exceed 125 litres. 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 67 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 120 per cent of Class I utilization
 32
BRITISH COLUMBIA
is to the total production of qualifying milk in the area during the current
quota period provided such total allotment shall not exceed 250 litres, a
maximum increase over the first year allotment of 125 litres.
Third year: By taking 100 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 provided such total allotment shall not exceed 400 litres, a
maximum increase over the second year allotment of 150 litres.
(ii) The daily milk quota established and allotted by the Board under the
calculations set out for the third year in clause (i) of this subsection shall
remain in effect until suspended or revoked by the Board, subject to the
provision of subsections (a), (6), and (c) of section 7.02.
(iii) A producer who after commencing to earn a daily milk quota under the
provisions of clause (i) of this subsection has daily milk quota allotted
in his name by means of transfer at any date between the first day of
August in the year he commences qualifying shipments to a licensed
vendor and the 31st day of December immediately preceding the first day
of March he is to be allotted the final increment of quota under the
program shall, effective the same date the transfer becomes effective, cease
to participate in any further allotment of quota under the program.
(c) Producers operating a dairy farm as a limited company shall not be permitted
to establish a daily milk quota under the provisions of subsection (fc) of this
section.
(d) A producer establishing a daily milk quota under the provisions of subsection
(fr) of this section will not be permitted to transfer the daily milk quota so
established until he has been licensed by the Milk Board for a period of 60
consecutive months except as provided in subsection (e) of this section.
(e) In the event of the death of a producer establishing a daily milk quota under
the provisions of subsection (b) of this section, the Board will allow limited
transferability to the producer's next of kin who may either continue participation in the program until completion or transfer continuing participation
in the program until completion as part of a going concern sale of the dairy
farm, buildings, and herd to a producer who does not have an interest by
means of proprietorship, partnership, corporate agreement, or share equity
in any other daily milk quota. For the purposes of this clause next of kin
shall be deemed by the Board to be the grandfather, the grandmother, the
father, the mother, the son, the daughter or the spouse.
(/) Subject to the provisions of subsection (d) of this section, a producer who has
established a daily milk quota under the provisions of subsection (b) of this
section shall be permitted to transfer the daily milk quota so established as
follows:
(i) After being licensed by the Board for a period of 60 consecutive months
the producer may transfer 33 per cent of the quota established under the
provisions of subsection (b) of this section,
(ii)  After being licensed by the Board for a period of 72 consecutive months
the producer may transfer 67 per cent of the quota established under the
provisions of subsection (b) of this section,
(iii) After being licensed by the Board for a period of 84 consecutive months
the producer may transfer 100 per cent of the quota established under the
provisions of subsection (b) of this section."
"7.04 Without the written consent of the Board, a daily milk quota shall not be allotted
to any producer unless (1) his dairy farm premises is equipped with a farm holding tank, and
(2) his daily milk supply is received by a licensed vendor."
"7.05 Notwithstanding the provisions of section 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, or 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."
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
33
"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 60 consecutive months.
"(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.
"(e) 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.
"(/) 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."
"7.09 Subject to the provisions of sections 7.02 and 7.08 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
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 (b) hereof."
"7.12 As soon as daily milk quotas computed by the Board have been allotted, notice
of the amount of the licensed 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 7.03 (b) 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."
 34
BRITISH COLUMBIA
"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 110 per cent of that vendor's Class I requirements;
and provided further that in no case shall the approval of any application supersede any terms
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 all the partners who shall file
with the Board a copy of the partnership agreement at the date the partnership is formed and
who shall file not later than the first day of April each year and at any date there is a change
in the partnership structure a notarized affidavit stating the names and addresses and the percentage share of ownership of the partners.
"(b) Failure to comply with the provisions of subsection (a) of this section shall cause
the Class II licence and the daily milk quota allotted in the name of the partnership to be
suspended effective April first until such time as the required document is filed with the Board.
"(c) 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 shareholder
of the company who shall file with the Board a certified listing of all shareholders.
"(d) Subject to the provisions of subsection (c) of this section there shall be filed with
the Board annually not later than the first day of April next following the company's year end
a copy of the company's annual report as required under the Companies Act.
"(e) Failure to comply with the provisions of subsection (c) and (d) of this section shall
cause the Class II licence and the daily milk quota allotted in the name of the company to be
suspended effective April first until such time as the required document is filed with the
Board."
5. This Order shall come into operation on February 15, 1979.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on February 9, 1979.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 75, Made by the Milk Board on April 24, 1979, Amending General
Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 67 as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79) is further
amended by striking out section 4.01 and substituting the following:
"4.01 Every vendor shall account for all qualifying milk he receives from licensed producers at not less than the accounting values set out in this section, subject to butterfat differentials set out in section 5.01 hereof:
(a) 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:
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
35
Base Period—1969-78 = 100.
Base period value of milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms in the
Vancouver Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$26.0128 per 100 litres.
Index of Industry Selling Price (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Canada)    X -15
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)    X -15
Average Weekly Wages and Salaries (computed average published Statistics Canada figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month
period)    X -20
Index of Alfalfa Hay Prices (price computed by the British Columbia Milk
Board and linked to the price movement for imported alfalfa hay) ._   X -20
Index of 16% Dairy Feed (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for British Columbia)  ._  X   10
Wages of Farm Labour (computed average of published Statistics Canada
figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period)        X   10
Index of Prices of Farm Inputs (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Western Canada)    X .10
Combined index for month 	
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 May 1, 1979, the minimum
accounting value per 100 litres shall be $25,130.
(c) For Class IIIa and Class IIIb milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres in defined areas of production, effective on and from May 1, 1979,
the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $23,430.
(d) For 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 May 1, 1979, the minimum
accounting value for 100 litres shall be $23,330.
2. General Order 67 as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79) is further
amended by striking out section 5.01 and substituting the following:
"5.01 To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsections
(a), (b), (c), and (d) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential
of 30 cents for each one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100
litres."
3. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), is further
amended by striking out section 7.03 (a) and substituting the following:
"7.03 (a) (i) An unlicensed producer who, prior to July 1, 1978, 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 period July 1 to December 31, 1978, inclusive, may, subject to
the provisions of clause (vi) of this subsection, over a four-year period
establish and be allotted a daily milk quota by the Board commencing
March 1, 1979. The first increment of quota will be allotted effective
March 1, 1979, and will be calculated 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 utilization 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 clause, 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.
 36
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Subsequent increments of quota will be calculated in accordance with
clauses (ii), (iii), and (iv) of this subsection,
(ii) A producer who participated in the graduated entry quota earning program provided for in previous General Orders of the Milk Board and
who earned the first increment of quota thereunder effective March  1,
1978, will be allotted the second increment of quota effective March 1,
1979, which will be calculated 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 120 per cent
of Class I utilization is to the total production of qualifying milk in the
area during the current quota period. Subject to the provisions of clause
(vi) of this subsection, subsequent increments of quota will be calculated
in accordance with clauses (iii) and (iv) of this subsection.
(iii) A producer who participated in the graduated entry quota earning program provided for in previous General Orders of the Milk Board and
who earned the second increment of quota thereunder effective March 1,
1978, will be allotted the third increment of quota effective March  1,
1979, which will be calculated by taking 75 percent 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. Subject to the provisions of
clause (vi) of this subsection, the final increment of quota will be calculated in accordance with clause (iv) of this subsection.
(iv) A producer who participated in the graduated entry quota earning program provided for in previous General Orders of the Milk Board and who
earned the third increment of quota thereunder effective March 1, 1978,
will be allotted the fourth and final increment of quota effective March 1,
1979, which will be calculated by taking 100 per cent of the same producer's 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.
(v) The daily milk quota established and allotted by the Board under the
calculation set out in clauses (i), (ii), (iii), and (iv) of this subsection
shall remain in effect until suspended or revoked by the Board, subject
to the provisions of subsections (a), (b), and (c) of section 7.02.
(vi) A producer who, effective March 1, 1979, earns an increment of quota
under the provisions of clauses (i), (ii), (iii) or (iv) of this subsection
and who, prior to December 31, 1980, has daily milk quota allotted to
him by means of transfer shall cease to participate, effective on the same
date the transfer becomes effective, in any further allocation of quota
increment as provided under clauses (i), (ii), and (iii) of this subsection.
4. This order shall come into operation on May 1, 1979.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on April 24, 1979.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 76, Made by the Milk Board on August 31, 1979, Amending
General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79) and by General
Order 75 (B.C. Reg. 224/79) is further amended by striking out section 4.01 and substituting
the following:
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
37
"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 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—1969-78 = 100.
Base period value of milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms in the
Vancouver Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$26.0128 per 100 litres.
Index of Industry Selling Price (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Canada)    X -15
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)    X -15
Average Weekly Wages and Salaries (computed average published Statistics Canada figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month
period)     X -20
Index of Alfalfa Hay Prices (price computed by the British Columbia
Milk Board and linked to the price movement for imported alfalfa
hay)   X -20
Index of 16% Dairy Feed (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for British Columbia)   X -10
Wages of Farm Labour (computed average of published Statistics Canada
figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period) _  X -10
Index of Prices of Farm Inputs (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Western Canada)    X .10
Combined index for month 	
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 September 1, 1979, the minimum
accounting value per 100 litres shall be $26,030.
(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 September 1, 1979, the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be
$24,330.
2. General Order 67 as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79) and by General
Order 75 (B.C. Reg. 224/79) 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 31 cents
for each one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres."
3. This order shall come into operation on September 1, 1979.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on August 31, 1979.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 77, Made by the Milk Board on September 28, 1979, Amending
General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General
Order 75 (B.C. Reg. 224/79), and by General Order 76 (B.C. Reg. 398/79) is further amended
by striking out section 3.01 and substituting the following:
"3.01 Qualifying milk shall be classified at the premises of the vendor where it is received
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 Ia milk shall be qualifying milk utitized by a vendor and packaged in nonbrand
name containers for sale in fresh form to elementary and secondary schools in any
part of the Province.
Class III milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and surplus
to his requirements under subsections (a), (b), (d), (e), and (/) of this section:
(c)
(d)
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:
(e) Class IIIb milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and
utilized in the manufacture of canned evaporated milk:
(/) Class IIIc milk shall be all qualifying milk sold in the Province to a vendor and
utilized in the manufacture of cheddar cheese.
2. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General Order
75 (B.C. Reg. 224/79), and by General Order 76 (B.C. Reg. 398/79) is further amended by
striking out section 4.01 and substituting the following:
"4.01 Every vendor shall account for all qualifying milk he receives from licensed
producers at not less than the accounting values set out in this section, subject to butterfat
differentials set out in section 5.01 hereof:
(a) 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—1969-78 = 100.
Base period value of milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms in the
Vancouver Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$26.0128 per 100 litres.
Index of Industry Selling Price (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Canada)     X   15
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)     X -15
Average Weekly Wages and Salaries (computed average published Statistics Canada figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month
period) 	
Index of Alfalfa Hay Prices (price computed by the British Columbia
Milk Board and linked to the price movement for imported alfalfa
hay)  	
Index of 16% Dairy Feed (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for British Columbia)    X   10
Wages of Farm Labour (computed average of published Statistics Canada
figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period) ...  X .10
Index of Prices of Farm Inputs (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Western Canada)    X .10
X -20
X .20
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
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD,  1979
39
(b) For Class Ia milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per 100 litres
in defined areas of production, effective on and from October 1, 1979, the minimum
accounting value per 100 litres shall be $40,610.
(c) 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 October 1, 1979, the minimum
accounting value per 100 litres shall be $26,030.
(d) 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
October 1, 1979, the minimum accounting value for 100 litres shall be $24,330.
3. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General
Order 75 (B.C. Reg. 224/79), and by General Order 76 (B.C. Reg. 398/79) is further amended
by striking out section 5.01 and substituting the following:
"5.01 To the minimum accounting values for qualifying milk set forth in subsections
(a), (b), (c), and (d) of section 4.01 hereof there shall be added or subtracted a differential
of 31 cents for each one-tenth of a kilogram above or below 3.6 kilograms of butterfat per
100 litres."
4. This order shall come into operation on October 1, 1979.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on September 28, 1979.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
MILK INDUSTRY ACT
General Order 78, Made by the Milk Board on October 29, 1979, Amending
General Order 67 (B.C. Reg. 289/77)
The Milk Board orders that:
1. General Order 67, as amended by General Order 74 (B.C. Reg. 109/79), General
Order 75 (B.C. Reg. 224/79), General Order 76 (B.C. Reg. 398/79), and by General Order 77
(B.C. Reg. 460/79) is further amended by striking out section 4.01 and substituting the
following:
"4.01 Every vendor shall account for all qualifying milk he receives from licensed producers at not less than the accounting values set out in this section, subject to butterfat differentials set out in section 5.01 hereof:
(a)   (i) 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 effective
November   1,   1979,  shall be 45  cents per   100 litres  greater  than  the  value
computed under the formula set out in clause (ii) of this subsection,
(ii) Formula:
Base Period—1969-78 = 100.
Base period value of milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 kilograms in the
Vancouver Island and British Columbia Mainland areas of production—$26.0128 per 100 litres.
Index of Industry Selling Price (most recent published Statistics Canada
index for Canada)  	
X .15
X .15
Index of Consumer Prices (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for Canada)  	
Average Weekly Wages and Salaries (computed average published Statistics Canada figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month
period)           X -20
Index of Alfalfa Hay Prices (price computed by the British Columbia
Milk Board and linked to the price movement for imported alfalfa
hay)    X .20
Index of 16% Dairy Feed (most recent published Statistics Canada index
for British Columbia)    x -10
Wages of Farm Labour (computed average of published Statistics Canada
figures for British Columbia for the most recent 12-month period) ....   x -10
 40
BRITISH COLUMBIA
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) After November 1, 1979, the minimum Class I accounting value shall increase only
when the aggregate of the monthly increases computed under the formula set out in
clause (ii) of subsection (a) of this section total 90 cents or more from the November
1, 1979, formula value. These increases shall be added to the minimum Class I
accounting value computed under clause (i) of subsection (a) of this section in
increments of 90 cents or multiples thereof, per 100 litres. Aggregate increases in the
formula set out in clause (ii) of subsection (a) of this section, from the effective
date of the previous minimum Class I accounting value increase, which exceed
90 cents per 100 litres shall be added to future increases computed under the formula
set out in clause (ii) of subsection (a) of this section and shall form part of the
subsequent 90 cent per 100-litre increase.
2. This order shall come into operation on November 1, 1979.
Dated at Vancouver, in the Province of British Columbia, on October 29, 1979.
E. D. Daum, Chairman
J. D. Honeyman, Member
S. L. Hanson, Member
 REPORT OF THE MILK BOARD, 1979
-11
APPENDIX C
MARKET SHARE LEVY ACCOUNT
Statement of Financial Position
December 31, 1979.
Assets
Bank  $365,566
Levies receivable        465,522
Office equipment          1,965
Total Assets   $833,053
Liabilities and Surplus
Liabilities:
Levies payable to C.D.C.   $770,811
Refund payable to producers        2,124
Surplus:
Income  over  expense
Total Liabilities and Surplus
$772,935
60,118
$833,053
MARKET SHARE LEVY ACCOUNT
Statement of Income and Expense
for the period March 1, 1979 to December 31, 1979
Income
Income from levy    .  $3,140,373
Interest          32,586
$3,172,959
Expenses
C.D.C. levy payment _   $3,140,373
Office and postage
Travel  expense  ___
Meeting expense ....
Data processing  ....
Telephone 	
2,973
34,824
10,688
18,450
3,789
3,211,097
Balance of income over expenses         ($38,138)
Queen's Printer for British Columbia ©
Victoria, 1980
540-480-2222
 

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            data-media="{[{embed.selectedMedia}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.bcsessional.1-0378732/manifest

Comment

Related Items