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Labor Department--Aids fishing industry in many fields
OCF--U. S. pilchard fishery faces heavy demand for products
1944 swordfish landings larger than expected

Lack of cold-storage space for fish causes concern
OPA--Fish Advisory Connittee named

Regional office sets additional fish prices for San Francisco trede
Revises retail ceilings on pan frozen fish
Allows retailers margin for processing of smoked and frozen fish
Revises procedure for building dealer's stocks of canned fish
Canned fish point values restored
New cured and smoked fish prices set

Sets price ceilings for mussel shells
Public Health Service--States policy on shellfish imports
WFA--Reports on fish supplies for 1944
Announces policies for selling Government-owned food stocks
Announces 1944-45 canned fish allocation .....
U, S. reserves larger canned salmon quo tas for purchase
States differentials for additional sal non casing requirements
Announces specifications for tomato sauce for canning pilchards
Spern oil restrictions suspended
WFO-87 terminated

Purchases of $2,692,000 in fishery products in July
WPB--Netting limitation order revised on August 29
Restrictions relaxed in cutback of fiber production
Restricts sales of seine twine

Agar conservation order revoked
WSA--Armed Forces return 13 more fishing vessels

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Boston, Mass.

July
15,613
12,146

14,607 Gloucester, Mass.

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27,011
25,073

25,081 Portland, Maine ...

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2,635
2,392

1,277
Boston, Gloucester, and Portland:
Cod ...

do
6,993
2,561

4,709 Haddock

do
7,191
6,492

7,694 Pollock

do
595
335

540 Rosefish

do
15,778

12,549 15,053
FISH RECEIPTS, CHICAGO1 /
Salt-water fish

do
1,401
3,125

1,760 Fresh-water fish

do
2, 436
3,071

3,263 Shellfish, etc.

do
232
719

596 By truck

do
852
1,585

1,353 By express

do
2,542
3,661

3,172 By freight

do
674
1,668

1,094
COLD-STORAGE HOLDINGS2)
New York, N. Y.:
Salt-water fish

do
8,897
4,282

7,342 Fresh-water fish

do
834
1,299

803 Shellfish, etc.

do
627
788

443
Boston, Mass.:
Salt-water fish

do
15,208

9,070

12,750 Freshwater fish

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28
17

15 Shellfish, etc.

do
1,007

898
Chicago, Ill.:
Salt-water fish

do
2,507
2,024

2,275 Fresh-water fish

do
4,419

941

4,984 Shellfish, etc.

do
353
681

354
United States:
Cod fillets ..

August 7,982

1,565

6,871 Haddock fillets

do
4,991
1,845

4,001 Halibut

do
14,530
11,124

9,271 Mackerel (except Spanish)

do
11,051
6,846

8,414 Croakers

do
2,351
2,360

2,127 Rosefish fillets

do
3,444
2,221

2,824 Salmon

do
4,478
3,651

1,934 Whiting

do
6,643
8,949

4,628 Shrimp

do
1,563
1,958

1,878 New England, all species

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29,074
19,031

24,674 Middle Atlantic, all species ...

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25,821
16,092

20,702 South Atlantic, all species

do
5,383
5,348

4,361 North Central East, all species

do 14,711

8,907

14,510 North Central West, all species

do
4,130
2,263

3,506 South Central, all species

do
3,676
2,474

3,680 Pacific, all species

do 26,293

21,818

18,554 1/ Includes all arrivals as reported by express and rail terminals, and truck receipts as

reported by wholesale dealers including smokers. 2/ Data for individual cities are as of the last Thursday of the month, except those for

Boston which are for the last Wednesday of the month. Data on United States holdings by various species and by geographical areas are as of the first of the month.

Note:--Data for the latest month are subject to revision.

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TREATIES AFFECTING THE NORTHEASTERN FISHERIES

The Tariff Commission has released a report covering treaties, agreements, and international arbitration awards affecting the activities of United States fishermen along the Northern Atlantic coasts of North America,

The term "northeastern fisheries" is used for brevity in the report to refer to
fisheries along or near the northern Atlantic coast of North America, particularly
those along or near the coasts of Canada, Newfoundland, and Labrador. The term
"treaties" is used in the title for convenience, but the report covers not only
treaties proper, but also international executive agreements and awards of arbitra-
tion tribunals.

From the time of the settlement of North America, the northeastern fisheries have been an important industry and have played an important part in international relations. They have been a source of recurrent disputes between nations and the subject of numerous treaties, agreements, and arbitration awards. Before the Revolution and since, the New England fishermen have had a large share in the northeastern fisheries; most of the disputes have concerned their activities. Probably no other industry of the United States has figured so prominently in international relations as our northeastern fisheries.

In this report, the Commission has undertaken to present the substance of the
various treaties, agreements, and awards which have had important effects on the
fisheries of American vessels in these northeastern waters. Included also are the
salient facts regarding the origin of the various disputes, their importance, and
the methods employed in dealing with them. The objective has been not so much to
describe the treaties and other documents as to discuss their effects on the industry.
The relation between the United States tariff on fish and on other products of Canada
and Newfoundland and the fishery problems is also discussed.

Al though almost all of the basic material has been available in published reports
and documents of the Department of State and at the Library of Congress, here tofore no
one official document has presented the substance of the treaties, agreements, and awards
toge ther with their effect on the fisheries. In the belief that such a document may fur-
nish useful background for the consideration of our post-war fishery problems, the com-
mission has issued the report.

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