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TUNA, Pack: California, and see MACKEREL;
OCF predicts large pack, July 37.
CAPTAINS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
CHRISTEY, Leroy, appointed chief of new Market Development Section, Sept. 17.
CLOTHING, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
COMBINED FOOD BOARD, food supplies of U. S., Canada, and Great Britain compared, May 10.
COMMERCIAL FISHERIES (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
Comparable values of fibers for use in, Aug. 9.
CONSUMPTION (and see ABSTRACTS and FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
Fish supply, 1944, Jan. 5. CONTAINERS, see FINDERAL ORDERS, ETC. CONTRACT CONDITIONS, see FEDERAL ORDIDRS, ETC. CONVERSION FACTORS and weights and measures for agricultural commodities and their products: Section A,
"Conversion Factors;" Section B, "Net Content Weights of Specified Containers"--"FA's booklet, Aug. 21. COOPERATIVES, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
CORDAGE, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
DEMURRAGE CHARGES, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
DIESEL ENGINES, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
DRAFT DEFERMENTS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
DRILL SAMPLING DEVICE
For fish livers, May 9.
I. Constructional Details, Nov, 6; II. Instructions for Use, Nov. 9.
ENGINEER, boat, classed as critical occupation, June 8.
EQUIPMENT, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
EXPORTERS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
EXPORT INDUSTRY, see FOREIGN FISHERY TRADE
EXPORT PACKAGING, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
EXPORTS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
EXPOSITION, Chilean promo tes fishery industries, Apr, 46.
FATS AND OILS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
FEDERAL ORDERS, PURCHASES, AND REGULATIONS
AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF:
Fats and oils situation forecast, Nov. 46.
Supply of fish for 1944 forecast, Jan. 5.
COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF, terminates ban on trade statistics, Aug. 41.
CUSTOMS BUREAU (TREASURY DEPT.):
Fish imports to end of April large, June 41.
Groundfish fillet imports approach year's quota, July 51.
Quo ta on imported fish enlarged, Aug, 41.
FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE (and see WFA):
Division of Fish Culture changed to Division of Game Fish and Hatcheries, July 13.
Division of Fishery Industries renamed Division of Commercial Fisheries, July 12.
Fish sales campaign begun, Nov. 12.
Interior Dept. institutes closed season for sablefish, Dec, 11,
Maryland catch record system improved, Sept. 19.
Nation faces deficit in Vitamin A production, May 42.
Sets up Narket Development Section, Sept. 17.
Use of term "surf" or "skimmer clam" considered, May 17.
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION:
Definitions and standards promulgated by, July 42.
Fill of containers: Hearings announced, Aug. 37; proposed control, Nov. 40; regulation
issued, Dec. 24.
Inspection announced, Feb. 31; charges raised, July 41; amended, Nov. 40.
Shrimp canning inspection charges raised, July 42,
Use of term "grayfish" is discussed, Oct. 16.
Use of term "surf" or "skimmer clam" considered, May 17.
FOREIGN ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATION, plans V-E Day, Nov. 47.
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION:
Acts to eliminate delays in unloading refrigerator cars, Oct. 15.
Asks curtailment of refrigerator car use, Mar. 14.
Rules on oil shipment rates, Apr. 45.
Suspends penalty demurrage charges, Dec. 13.
LABOR, DEPARTMENT OF:
Aids fishing industry in many fields, Sept. 15.
Over time wage compensation regulations relaxed, May 17.
MARI TIME COMMISSION, surplus diesel engines and boats listed, Dec, 12.
NAVY DEPARTMENT, U. S. relay radio stations instructed to relay fish reports, Nov. 20.
OFFICE OF THE COORDINATOR OF FISHERIES (and see OPA):
Alaska fishery regulations for 1944 issued March 20, Apr. 9.
Cold-storage space lack causes concern, Sept. 33.
Consultants' meeting planned, Oct, 10; and Coordinators discuss problems of war and peace, Nov, 12,
Draft records of captains and engineers authorized to certify, July 19.
Fish supplies analyzed, Nov. ll.
Herring season, Alaska, prospects favorable, July 13.
Kahn, Dr. Richard A., joins staff, Jan, 7.
Lake herring, salted, OPA discusses ceiling prices, Oct. 34.
Maine sardines, large pack expected, June 28.
Manpower priority system operation explained, Aug. 11.
Pacific halibut allocation begun June 23, July 14.
Pilchard: production directions suspended between seasons, Mar. 8; 1944-45 order issued, July 16;
fishery faces heavy demand for products, Sept. 17; Directions P-10 to P-14 effective
Sept. 17, Nov. 14; Direction P-15 effective Oct. 25, Nov. 17; catch boosts U. S. pro-
duction, Dec. 10.
Prices, fish, New York City, comparison of controlled and uncontrolled, Oct. 2.
Production, 1944 fish, discussed, Mar. 9; 1944 U, S., encouraging at half-way point, Aug. 10,
Salmon canning, Puget Sound, placed under concentration order, May 33.
Salmon concentration order, Alaska, issued Mar. 3, Apr. 9.
Shark fisheries have active year in 1943, Feb. 6; permits denied, Mar. 7.
Shrimp canning in South, decline predicted, Feb. 28; colorful ceremony marks opening of season,
Smelt run, Great Lakes, failure forecast, Mar.
Sounding devices, fish located with, Apr. 10.
Supply of fish, record forecast, Dec, 10.
Swordfish landings larger than expected, Sept. 18.
Tuna pack predicted large, July 37.
Vessel construction, $3,500,000 approved, July 17; authorized, July 18; restricted, Aug. 11.
Vi tamins A and D, acts to increase production, July 49.
OFFICE OF DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION, see INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION:
Maximum Price Regulations (and Revised Maximum Price Regulaticns):
MPR-53, see MPR-203, Amd t. 2.
53, Amdt. 15 - Storage charges on fish oils may be added to maximum prices, Mar. 37.
RMPR-165 - OPA revises services order, Aug. 20.
183, Amdt. 26 - Pickled fish prices in Puerto Rico revised, Mar. 34.
MPR-184, Amdt. 4 - Prices canned Maine sardines changed, Apr. 41, .
203, Amdt. 2, (and see MPR-53):
Vitamin A order governs pricing of blended oils, Aug. 39.
247, Amdt. 2 - Canned crabmeat prices extended, Oct. 34.
311, Amdt. 1 Increases canned shrimp prices, July 43.
364 - Frozen Fish and Seafood:
Amdt. 1 - 12; Mar. Sup. 19; Amdt, l19; July Sup. 22.
Amd t. 10 - Feb. 25.
Arndt.11 - Feb. 26.
Amd t. 12 - Effective Feb. 26, Mar. 28.
Amdt. 13 - Effective Apr. 3, Apr. 28.
Amdt. 14 - Effective Apr. 7, Apr. 29.
Amd t. 15 - Effective Mar. 28, Apr. 29.
Amdt.16 - Effective Apr, 24, May 29.
Amd t. 17 - Issued May 1, June 24.
Amd t.18 - Effective May 20, June 25.
Amdt. 19 - Effective July 1, Aug. 32,
Amd t. 20 - Effective Sept.11, Oct. 27.
Amdt. 21 - Effective Oct. 3, Nov. 35.
Amdt, 22 - Effective Oct. 3, Nov. 35.
Amd t.23 - Effective Oct. 25, Nov. 36.
Amd t. 24 - Effective Oct. 18, Nov. 37.
Amdt. 25 - Effective Nov. 25, Dec. 21.
373, Amd t. 39 - Frozen shrimp prices, Hawaii, Mar. 28.
395, Amd t. 20 - Virgin Islands processed fish prices revised, July 48.
MPR-418 - Fresh Fish and Seafood:
Amdt. 1- 26; Mar. Sup. 1; And t. 1 - 33; July Sup. 2.
Amdt. 21 - Scallop and lemon sole prices advanced, Mar, 19.
Amd t. 22 - Regional administrator permitted set fish prices Pacific Coast, Mar. 20.
And t. 23 - Sliced codfish prices reduced, Mar. 21.
Amdt. 24 - Effective Feb. 28, Mar. 21.
Amd t. 25 - Effective Mar. 5, Mar. 23.
Amd t. 26 - Effective Mar.13, Apr, 17.
And t. 27 - Effective Mar, 18, Apr, 17.
Amd t, 28 - Sets Canadian lake fish prices, Apr. 18.
Arndt. 29 - Fresh halibut price adjustments made, Apr, 21.
Amdt. 30 - Effective Apr. 17, May 22; correction made, June 16.
Amdt.31 - Revises halibut price differentials, July 26.
Amd t.32 - Effective June 17, July 26.
Amdt.33 - Effective June 26, July 31.
Amd t. 34 - Effective Sept. 18, Oct. 20.
And t.35 - Effective Sept. 14, Oct. 21.
Amd t.36 - Effective Oct. 2, Nov, 27.
Amd t. 37 - Effective Oct.23, Nov. 28.
Order G3, Amdt. 1 (Region VIII) - Sets smelt prices, Mar. 24.
Order G-4 - Seine caught sockeye salmon prices extended, May 24.
Order Gw5 - Prices adjusted, July 32.
Order G-6 Controls prices local species, June 16.
Order G-6, Amd t. 1 - Adds definitions, Nov, 29.
Order 3, under section 2(a) (Region IX)
(Region IX) - Prices established certain fish, Alaska,
421, Amd t. 7. - Sales by marine provisioners placed under, Apr. 12.
Amd t. 13 - Sets up pricing imported manufactured foods, Oct. 36.
422, Amd t. 23 - Revises retail ceilings on pan-frozen fish, Sept. 33.
Amd t. 24
- Allows retailers margin for processing of smoked and frozen fish, Sept. 34.
Amd t. 25, see MPR-421, Amdt. 13.
423, Amd t, 24, see MPR-422, Amd t. 23.
Amd t. 25, see MPR-422, Amd t. 24.
And t, 26, see MPR-421, Amd t. 13.
439 Fresh Fish and Seafood at Re tail:
Amdt. 1-7; Mar, Sup. 27 and July Sup. 33.
448, Amdt. 1 - Increases canned razor clam prices, July 44.
Amd t. 2 - Effective Oct. 23, Nov. 42.
507 Certain Fresh Fish and Seafood at Retail:
Amdt. 1 - 4, July Sup. 36,
Sets price mark-ups, Feb. 16; retail ceiling prices, Mar, Sup. 30; effect on fresh
fish prices, Apr, 2.
Amdt. i . Effective Apr. 6, Apr. 23.
And t. 2 - Extends winter mark-ups through April, Apr. 24.
Amdt. 3 - Winter prices extended through May, May 24.
Amdt. 4 - Effective May 25, June 18.
Amdt. 5 - Effective Oct. 5, Oct. 22.
And t, 6 - Effective Oct. 26, Nov. 27.
Order G-1 (Region VIII) - Fish and crab prices established for western area, July 32.
Order G-1, Amd t. 2 - Sept. 29.
Amdt. 3 - Nov, 26.
512 - Pickled Iceland herring prices regulated, Mar. 33.
524 - Sets used barrel prices, Apr. 11.
537 - Canned fish flake prices increased, June 31.
542 - Distribution canned fish under new regulation, July 39.
550 - New cured and smoked fish prices set, Sept. 39.
550, Amdt. 1 - Amends cured fish order, Sept. 19, Oct. 33.
552 - Pet food order issued Sept. 4, Oct. 35.
General Maximum Price Regulation:
Order 1 - OPĀ in Alaska sets prices on fish livers and viscera, July 49.
SO-84 - Establishes rules for cooperatives, July 20.
Revised Supplementary Regulation (and see OCF):
RSR-14, Amd t. 159 - Sets price ceilings for mussel shells, Sept. 44.
General Ration Orders:
GRO-5, Amd t. 46 - Food rationing for fishing vessels revised, Mar. 12.
Amd t. 47 - Extra period for computing institutional allotments, Mar. 13.
Amd t. 52 - Special points for fishermen, Apr, 10.
RRO-3, Amd t. 45 - Amends order restricting sugar for fish curing, Nov, 43.
RO-66, Amdt, 11 - Rubber boot certificates good indefinitely, July 19.
RRO-13, Amdt. 10 - Lists reports required from processed food handlers, Mar, 13.
RO-16, And t. 107 - Fats and oils released for vitamin oil manufacture, 'Mar. 36.
Revised Price Schedule:
RPS-73, And t. 6 - Fish meal prices revised May 22, June 37.
Second Revised Maximum Export Price Regulation, Amd t. 10 - Liberalizes price limits on sales to
exporters, Oct. 36.
Maximum Import Price Regulation, Amd t. 5, see MPR-421, Amd t. 13.
Trade Point Values for Canned Fish and Shellfish:
Reduced, Feb. 36; no change for March, Apr. 42; changed for April, Apr, 42; suspended, June 33;
restored, Sept. 39; values listed, Dec. 24.
Canned fish inventories, point loan plan expires May 1, Apr, 42,
Canned fish, revises procedure for building dealer's stocks, Sept. 38.
Committee, fish advisory, named, Sept. 22; vitamin advisory formed, July 50.
Fresh fish prices, New England, unchanged for winter, Nov. 26.
Frozen fish prices, few raises this winter, Oct. 27.
Prices on Great Lakes fish, setting postponed, Oct. 20.
Reconversion period, pricing objectives outlined, Nov. 17.
Scallop prices, no increase contemplated, Oct, 27.
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE states policy on shellfish imports, Sept. 23.
SELECTI VE SERVICE (and see WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION):
Def er ment fishing captains permitted, May 16.
Draft boards instructed reclassifying 4-F's, May 16,
Employers required file requests deferment 4-F's, May 16.
OCÊ authorized certify draft records captains and engineers, July 19.
Revises orders occupational classifications, June 9.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT (and see CUSTOMS BUREAU):
Canadian halibut vessels permitted land catches in Alaska, Sept. 45.
UNITED STATES COMMERCIAL CORPORATION will help post-war foreign trade, Nov. 47.
WAR FOOD ADMINISTRATION:
Food Distribution Orders, now War Food Orders:
FDO-23, (and see TPB, M-86-B)
Revoked, May 42.
34, (and see FDO-42, 60, and 63):
Special hardship appeals (fats and oils) to be considered, Feb. 37.
37 - Fats and oils allocations for February, Feb. 37.
Sperm oil freed for essential uses, Mar. 37; order amended, June 36; restrictions
suspended, Sept. 44.
42, see FDO-34.
WFO-42, amended (formerly FDO-42) - Fats and oils quotas raised, June 35.
42, Andt. 11
Amends orders governing uses of fats and oils, Nov. 45.
FDO-44, Amd t. 2 - Operation of, on canned fish explained, Apr. 32.
Lists Government canned fish requirements for 1944-45, Mar, 30.
WFO-44 - Court upholds order requiring delivery of canned fish to Government, Aug. 37.
44, And t. 3 • Government reserves more canned fish, July 38.
Amdt. 5 - U. S. reserves larger canned salmon quotas for purchase, Sept, 37.
FDO-44-1 - Canner's reports must be continued, Apr. 35.
WFO-44-1, amended - Canned fish reports to be sent to Washington, D. C., Aug. 38.
58 - Restriction on pet foods revoked, Mar. 32.
59, (and see FDO-60):
Fish oil to be released from Gov't. reserves, Mar, 36; sells surplus fish oil, Apr.44;
crude fish oil order revoked, Apr. 43.
FDO-60, (and see FDO-59 and 34):
Certain fish oils may be exempted from, Feb. 37.
60, And t, 2 - Restrictions on uses of fish oil revised, Apr. 42.
Amd ts, 1 and 2 - Clarified, Apr. 43.
WFO-60 - Fish oil order operation clarified, May 43; fish oil released for permitted uses,
60, Amd t, 1 - Restrictions on fish oil uses revised, June 33.
60, amended - Applications to accept delivery of fish oil approved, July 48.
(and see FDO-34; WPB, M-63a and* 638):
Import control of fishery products shifted, Dec. 25.
63-1, (and see Form 1040):
New import forms required, Dec. 26.
FDO-70, Amd t. 2, (and see FDO-70-1, Ardt. 2):
Acts to free more cold-storage space, Apr. 30.
70-1, Amd t. 2, see FDO-70, Amd t. 2,
WFO-70, (and see WFO-70-1, 96, 90-1, iii, and 111-1):
Termination effective September 2, Oct. 30.
70-1, see WF0-70.
1 (formerly FDR-1) - Revises food priority order effective September 15, Oct. 12.
72, Amd t. 2. 1944 pack of salted fish allocated, July 46.
87, amended - Restrictions on fatty acid 'inventories revised, June 36.
87, Amd t. 1 - Fatty acids order clarified, June 36.
87 - Terminated, Sept. 44.
WFO-90, see WFO-70.
90-1, see WFO-70,
99, (and see WPB,M-373 and L-40):
Control of vitamin A oils for feeding transferred to WFA, June 38.
Governing use of vitamin A in feed terminated, Nov. 45.
lll and 111-1 (supersedes WFO-70, now WFO-111, and 90):
Acts to make more cold-storage space available, Oct. 28.
116 - Allocates freezer space, Nov. 34..
Food Distribution Regulation:
FD_Reg. 3, amended - Feb. 8.
Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation announcements, etc.:
Name changed to Commodity Credit Corporation, May 4i.)
- Canned mackerel and pilchard price differentials clarified, Feb. 30.
1548, see FSC-1547.
1573,. see Awd-88.
1742D- Export packaging specifications revised, Mar, 15.
Case specifications relaxed for purchases of U. S. salmon, June 31.
1861, (and see FDO-44):
Canned sea herring and canned Maine sardine offers requested, Apr. 35.
1862 . Sells surplus fish oil, Apr, 44.
1873 - Canned Alaska salmon offers requested, Apr. 37.
1873, Sup. 2 , Added salmon casing requirements, Sept. 37.
Sup. 4, (and see Awd-5, Sup. 91):
Specifications canned coho salmon amended Sept. 15, Oct. 35.
PBR Spec. No, 1 (formerly SCB-50) - Specifications for vitamin capsules reissued, June 40.
SCB-64 - Issues general contract conditions for canned fish purchases, Apr. 40.
Avid-5 Canned U. s. salmon offers requested, May 36.
5, Sup. 1, see FSC-1873, Sup. 4.
26 - Canned Atlantic mackerel requested, May 37.
33,(and see FDO-44, And t. 2):
Requests miscellaneous canned fish, May 41,
33, Sup. 1 - Canned squid wanted, May 40.
Sup. 2 - Canned river herring requested, May 39.
Sup. 3 - Canned ground fish requested, May 40.
76 - Asks for vitamin A oil and concentrates, June 39.
88, (and see FSC-1573):
Foreign salted, smoked, and pickled herring to be purchased, June 33.
89 Requests offers of canned Pacific mackerel and horse mackerel, June 29.
89, Amd t, 1 - Specifications for purchase of canned mackerel amended, Oct. 35.
110 - Domestic salted, smoked, and pickled herring offers requested, July 47.
135 - Canned pilchard offers asked, Aug. 38.
135, Amd t. 1 - Amends canned pilchard specifications, Nov. 44.
Sup. 2 - Announces specifications for tomato sauce for canning pilchards, Sept. 38.
Purchases of fishery products by WFA:
1943 total $70,867,808, Feb. 41; Oct., Jan. 20; Nov., Jan, 21; Jan., Mar., 39; Feb., Apr. 49;
Mar., May 46; Apr., June 42; May, July 52; June, Aug. 42;
July, Sept. 48; Aug., Oct. 38; Sept., Nov. 48; Oct., Dec. 26.
Advisory committee, .canned fish industry, ineets, Feb. 29.
Advisory Committee, fresh and frozen fish industry, meets, May 1s.
Canned fish allocation, 1944-45, Sept. 36.
Cold-storage freezer space peak passed, June 26.
Director of Food Distribution, Lee Marshall, Feb. 8.
Duties of agencies redefined and price office set up, Feo, 1.
Ice storage capacity and production equipment reported adequate, Feb, 21.
Net weights and conversion factors for fishery products summarized, Aug. 21,
Orders, active, listed, Oct. 13.
Release remainder of 1943 fish oil stocks from Government reserves, May 43.
Sales of food; 15 million dollars in May and June, Aug. 24; policies, Sept. 20; principles
governing, Oct. 12; explains position, Nov. 17.
Salmon canners asked to order V-2 sleeves, June 31.
Salmon industry asked to move salmon early, Nov. 44.
Supplies of fish for 1944 forecast, Jan, 5: reports, Sept. 19.
Vitamin A allocations announced for 1944, Feb. 37.
Vi tamin A oils for feeding, control transferred (see WPB and L-40, amended), June 38.
Waste of fish in retail stores, reduction stressed, Jan. ll.
WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION (and see SELECTIVE SERVICE):
Allocating labor, outlines basis for, Mar. 11.
Cannery labor, recruitment planned, Apr. 32; workers to be recruited for, Mar. 32.
Employment of war veterans facilitated, Nov. 21.
Fishing boat engineer classed as critical occupation, June 8.
Food and ice handling given special rating, June 9.
Maine sardine industry, solicits labor for, May 15.
Manpower priority system explained, Aug. 11,