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Recruitment plan outlined, July 19; replacements, conducts search for, May 15.
Salmon industry, manpower recruited for, June 9.
WAR PRODUCTICN BOARD:
Preference Rating Orders:
P-115, see P-118.
118, (and see P-115):
Preference ratings for canners amended, Feb. 30.
140, see P-146.
146, (and see P-140):
Purchase fibre and wooden shipping containers restricted, Mar. 14.
L-40, (and see M-373 and WFA, WFO-99):
Amended May 15, June 38.
92, revoked - Non-commercial fishing tackle limitation, Nov, 19.
103b, (and see M-104):
1944 glass container and metal closure quotas announced, Feb, 34.
103b, revised - Regulation on glass containers, Feb. 35.
1036, amended - Glass containers permitted for clam broth, June 29.
amended - Predicts further liberalization of controls on containers, Oct. 32.
197, amended - Steel drum regulation, June 10.
282, revised - Netting limitation order, Sept. 21.
317, Int. 2 - Restrictions on inventories of V-boxes defined, June 31.
335, amended - Lumber control established, July 18.
M-63 - Fish oil imports restricted, Feb. 39; import controls on certain products removed,
Apr, 46; cod oil import restrictions lifted, Aug. 41.
63a, see WFA, WFO-63.
8, see WFA, WF0-63.
81, amended - Revisions (Containers-Cans), Feb. 35: amended, June 29.
amended - Restrictions for fresh oysters relaxed, Oct. 32.
Int. 2 - Canned foods restricted to human consumption, Mar. 32.
84, amended Manila rope restrictions tightened, Aug. 12,
86-B, see WA, FDO-23.
96 - Agar conservation order revoked, Sept. 45.
104, see L-103b.
221, amended - Use of bags for fish meal restricted, Dec, 24.
300'- Pine tar allocated, May 13.
328 , Restrictions relaxed in cutback of fiber öroduction, Sept. 21.
373, (and see WFO-99):
Vitamin A supplies allocated, Mar. 34.
373, revised - "Teeding oils" no longer covered, Apr, 45.
revised - Enlarged, Nov. 45.
375 - Places controls on work gloves, June 11.
Bags, new textile, use for crushed oyster shells permitted, Oct. 36.
Burlap or rope, no relaxation of restrictions anticipated, Oct. 14; situation still critical,
Diesel engine purchases controlled, Feb. 9.
Form 541 replaces PD LA, Feb. 8; preference rating required, Feb. 9; use of form outlined, May 14.
Ice production expansion program under way, Feb. 21.
Import form 1040; see WF0-63-1.
Metal containers, no increase in supply, July 47; situation remains critical, May 42.
Non-commercial fishing tackle, production still restricted, Dec, 12.
Program for operations following Germany's defeat, Oct. 13.
Rubber, use, permitted for crab trap frames, Feb. 10.
Seine twine, sales restricted, Sept. 22.
Transportation facilities, asks cooperation in use, Oct. 14.
WAR SHIPPING ADMINISTRATION, armed forces return 13 more fishing vessels, Sept. 23.
FIBERS (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
Comparable values for use in commercial fisheries, Aug. 9.
Fighting fibers, Jan. 2.
FISH ADVISORY COMMITTEE, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
FISH CEILING PRICES in 301 A. D., May 2.
FISH CULTURE, name of Division changed to Game Fish and Hatcheries, July 13.
FISH CURING, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
FISHERY CONSTRUCTION, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
FISHERY INDUSTRIES, name of Division changed to Commercial Fisheries, July 12.
FISH LIVERS AND LIVER OILS (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
Drill sampling device for, May 9: 1. Constructional details, Nov. 6; II. Instructions for Use, Nov.9.
Liver oil of unborn soupfin pups analyzed, Nov. 45.
FISH MEAL AND OIL (and sec FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
Industry of South Africa, Sept. 45.
FOREIGN FISHERY TRADE (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
AFRICA, South, fish liver oil and fish meal industry, Sept. 45.
AUSTRALIA, results of fisheries investigations reported, Apr. 47.
BRI TI SH WEST INDIES; Jamaica, Cayman Islands, turtle industry, Feb. 40,
CANADA, (and see SPECIES):
Fish oil imports restricted, Feb. 39.
Food supplies compared, May 10,
Halibut vessels permitted to land catches in Alaska, Sept. 45: V. S. granted privileges in, Dec.11.
Inspection of whitefish to be established, July 51,
U. S. and, make recommendations for conservation of grayfish, Nov. 19.
Whitefish inspection in, begun in Nov., Dec, 24.
Exposition promotes fishery industries, Apr. 46.
Fish catch in 1942 below 1941, Jan, 19.
Produces 71,017,000 pounds of fish and shellfish in 1942, Jan, 19.
EL SALVADOR, see CANADA
GERMANY, WPB defines program for qperations following defeat, Oct. 13.
Fish dealers present trade training classes, Apr. 48.
Food supplies compared, May 10.
GUATEMALA, see CANADA
ICELAND orders 45 trawlers from Sweden, Oct. 37.
MEXICO, (and see CANADA):
Northeast' Tamaulipas supports sizable fish export industry, May 45.
NEWFOUNDLAND, reorganization of the fisheries planned, Feb. 39.
SWEDEN, see I CHAND
FORMS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
FREEZING AND STORING (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
BOSTON holdings: Jan, 14; Feb. 23; Mar. 20; Apr. 26; May 27: June 22; July 34: Aug. 30; Sept. 30;
Oct. 24; Nov. 31; Dec. 19. .
CANADIAN holdings and freezings: Jan, 16; Feb. 25; Mar. 27: Apr. 27; May 28; June 23; July 35;
Aug. 31; Sept. 32; Oct. 26; Nov. 33; Dec, 20.
CHICAGO holdings: Jan, 15; Feb. 24; Mar, 26; Apr. 27; May 27; June 23; July 35; Aug. 31; Sept, 31;
Oct. 25; Nov. 32; Dec. 20.
Distribution of fish through frozen food 'locker plants, Sept. 12.
Frozen fish bélongs in your locker plant, Sept. 10.
NEW YORK holdings: Jan. 15; Feb. 24; Mar. 25; Apr. 26; May 26; June 22;. July 34; Aug. 30; Sent. 31;
Oct. 25; Nov. 32; Dec. 19.
Curtailment of refrigerator car use asked, Mar. 14.
Lack of space for fish causes concern, Sept. 33.
Seasonal cold-storage freezer space peak passed, June 26.
Tests of frozen ready-cooked fish dishes in progress, Jan. 17.
UNITED STATES holdings and freezings: Jan, 12; Feb. 22; Mar. 24; Apr, 24; May 25; June 20;
July 33; Aug. 29: Sept. 29; Oct, 23; Nov. 29; Dec. 18.
FRESH FISH TRADE (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
CHICAGO receipts: Jan. 9; Teb. 13; ' Mar. 17; Apr. 15; May 21; June 13; July 25; Aug. 27; Sept. 28;
Oct. 19; Nov. 25; Dec, 16.
GULF STATES production: Jan. 9; Feb. 15; Mar. 19; Apr. 16; May 22; June 15; July 24; Aug. 26;
Sept, 27; Oct, 18; Nov. 24: Dec, 15.
NEW BEDFORD landings: Apr. 13; May 19; June 12; July 23; Aug. 25; Sept. 26; Oct. 16; Nov, 22; Dec. 14.
NEW ENGLAND VESSEL LANDI NGS (3 Ports): Jan. 7; Feb. 12; Mar. 16; Apr. 13; May 19; June 11; July 22;
Aug. 24; Sept. 25: Oct, 17; Nov. 22; Dec. 13.
NEW YORK SALT-WATER MARKET RECEIPTS: Jan. 8; Feb. 14; Mar. 17; Apr. 14; May 20; June 14; July 23;
Aug. 26; Sept. 26; Oct. 18; Nov, 23; Dec, 16.
SEATTLE receipts: Jan. 10; Feb. 15; Mar. 18; Apr. 16; May 21; June 15: July 25; Aug. 28; Sept. 28;
Oct. 19; Nov. 25; Dec, 17.
INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES COMMISSION
Date for end of halibut fishing set, Nov. 19; end of 1944 season in Areas 1 and 2 announced, July 16.
1944 Pacific halibut fishery regulations issued, May 12.
KAHN, Dr. Richard A., joins Service's staff, Jan, 7.
LEAFLETS, new: Mar, 15; May 18; July 21; Sept. 24; Nov. 21.
Distribution of fish through, Sept. 12; frozen fish belongs in, Sept. 10.
LUMBER CONTROL, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
MANPOWER, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
MARINE PROVISIONERS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
MARKET DEVELOPMENT SECTION, Fish and Wildlife Service sets up, Sept. 17.
MARKETING, see SPECIES
MARSHALL, Lee, nade Director of Food Distribution, Feb. 8.
NETTING, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
NUTRI TIVE VALUE, a study of, the protein of cooked anglerfish, rajalish, and bay mussels, Apr. 7.
OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATIONS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
OIL ANALYSES, some time and labor saving techniques, Aug. 6.
OIL POLLUTION, decision rendered in, of oyster grounds, Mar. 10.
OIL SHIPMENT RATES, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
PET FOODS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
PINE TAR, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
POINT VALUES, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
POST-WAR PLANS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
PREFERENCE RATINGS, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
PRESERVATION, see SPECIES and TECHNOLOGY
PRICE CONTROL ACT
Executive Order 9250, July Sup. 43.
Executive Order 9328, July Sup. 45.
PRICES (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
Fish ceiling prices in 301 A. D., May 2.
PRIORITIES, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
PRODUCTION (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
1944 U. S. fisheries encouraging
at half-way point, Aug. 10,
PROTEIN, a study of the nutritive value of the, of cooked anglerfish, rajal ish, and bay mussels, Apr. 7.
RATIONING, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
RSFRIGERATION, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC., FREEZING AND STORI NG, and TECHNOLOGY
RETAIL STORES, waste of fish in, stressed, Jan. 11.
ROPE, see FIBERS
SEAL, fur herd in Pribilof Islands largest in 75 years, Oct, 11.
SECTIONAL NEWS AND REVIEWS (and see. CANNED AND CURED FISH TRADE, FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC., & FRESH FISH TRADE)
ALABAMA, production in (and Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas), 1943, May 4.
ALASKA, (and see SPECIES):
Fisheries of, Sept. 24.
Fishery regulations, 1944, issued March 20, Apr. 9.
Halibut vessels permitted to land catches in, Sept. 45.
Opportunities for small business in the fisheries, Aug. 2.
Outlook for the herring fishery in 1944. May 18; prospects for season favorable, July 13.
Pribilof fur seal herd largest in 75 years, Oct. 11.
Salmon concentration order, 1944, issued March 3, Apr. 9.
Coast, northern, treaties affecting, Sept. outside back cover,
South, fish and shellfish, Aug. 43.
Western North, the effect of technological advances on the, fisheries, Feb. 3.
BOSTON, landings at, 1943, Sept. 2.
CALIFORNIA, Gulf of, shark fishery in the central part, June 2.
Fish sales campaign begun by WFA and F&WS, Nov, 12.
Receipts, 1943, Mar. 2.
DETROIT, see CHICAGO
FLORIDA, Tarpon Springs, $13.25 a pound paid for sponges, Apr. 12.
GREAT LAKES, failure of smelt run for 1944 forecast, Mar. 8.
Decline in shrimp canning in south predicted, Feb. 28.
Fish and shellfish, Aug. 43.
Fisheries of: Feb. ll; Mar. 15.
LOUISIANA (and see ALABAMA):
Colorful ceremony marks opening of shrimp season, Oct. 9.
Decision rendered in oil pollution of oyster grounds, Mar. 10.
MAINE (and see SPECIES):
Alewife runs, rehabilitation, planned, Feb. 4.
Court upholds WF0-44 requiring delivery of canned fish to Government, Aug. 37.
Sardine, large pack expected, June 28.
WMC solicits labor for sardine industry, May 15.
MARYLAND catch record system improved, Sept. 19.
MASSACHUSETTS, fisheries of, Feb. 10.
MISSISSIPPI, see ALABAMA
NEW ENGLAND, the marketing of rajafish, Feb. 4.
NEW JERSEY, fisheries of, July 21,
City, comparison of controlled and uncontrolled fish prices, Oct. 2.
State, fisheries of, Nov, 21.
OREGON, fisheries of: Feb. 11; Mar. 16; Apr. 12; May 18; June 11; July 21,
PACIFIC NORTHWEST, opportunities for small business in the fisheries, Aug. 2.
PITTSBURGH, see CHICAGO
PUERTO RICO, pickled fish prices revised, Mar. 34.
RHODE ISLAND, fisheries of, Feb. 10,
SEATTLE, receipts, 1943, Dec, 2.
TEXAS, see ALABAMA
UNI TED STATES (and see SPECIES):
Food supplies compared..(Canada and Great Britain), May 10.
Halibut vessels granted privileges in Canada, Dec. 11.
Fisheries of: Feb. 11; Mar. 16; Apr. 12; May 18; June 11; July 21.
Fishermen adopt grayfish conservation measure, Nov. 19.
Ragfish, Oct. 9.
SOCIAL SECURITY, protection for fishermen, July 2.
SOUNDING DEVICES, fish located with, Apr, 10.
SPECIES (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
ALEWIVES (river herring), rehabilitation of Maine runs planned, Feb. 4.
Anglerfish, Apr. 4.
A study of the nutritive value of the protein of cooked, rajafish, and bay mussels, Apr. 7.
Smoking of, and sea trout and Spanish mackerel, Jan. 6.
BUTTERFISH, comparison of controlled and uncontrolled fish prices in New York City, Oct. 2.
CLAMS, use of term "surf" or "skimmer clam" considered, May 17.
OOD, see BUTTERFISH
CROAKER, see BUTTERFISH
FLOUNDERŞ, yellowtail and blackback, see BUTTERFISH
HALIBUT (and see FOREIGN FISHERY TRADE):
Date for end of fishing set, Nov, 19.
Pacific, 1944, fishery regulations issued, Nay, 12; allocation begun June 23, July 14; end of
1944 season Areas 1 and 2 announced, July 16
HERRI NG (and see ALEWIVES and CANNED AND CURED FISH TRADE):
Outlook for the Alaska fishery in 1944, May 18.
Prospects for Alaska season favorable, July 13.
MACKEREL, see ABSTRACTS, ANGLERFISH, BUTTERFISH, and CANNED AND CURED FISH TRADE
MUSSELS, bay, see ANCLERFISH
OYSTERS, decision rendered in oil pollution of grounds, Mar. 10,
Directions P-10 to P-14 effective Sept. 17, Nov. 14; P-15 effective Oct, 25, Nov. 17.
Production directions suspended between seasons, Mar, 8;
U. S, fishery faces heavy demand for products, Sept. 17.
RAGFI SH, Oct. 9.
RAJAFISH (Skates) (and see ANGLERFISH):
Marketing of, in New England, Feb. 4.
SALLON (and see CANNED AND CURED FISH TRADE);
Concentration order, Alaska, 1944, issued March 3, Apr. 9.
Fluctuations in abundance of red, bulletin, Feb. 42.
Storage tests on frozen pink, Nov, 2.
SCUP (Porgy), see BUTTERFISH
SEA BASS, see BUTTERFI SH
Dogfish becomes main source of vitamin A, Sept. 43; yield majority of vitamin A in 1943, Mar, 34.
Fisheries have active year in 1943, Feb. 6.
Fishermen adopt grayfish conservation measure, Nov. 19; U. S. and Canada make recommendations
for conservation of grayfish, Nov, 19.
Liver oil of unborn soupf in pups analysed, Nov. 45.
Observations on fishery in the central part of Gulf of California, June 2.
Use of term "grayfish" discussed by Food and Drug Administration, Oct. 16.
Vessels denied shark fishing permits, Mar, 7.
SHRIMP (and see BUTTERFISH):
Decline in canning in south predicted, Feb. 28.
Season, colorful ceremony marks opening of, Oct. 9.
Studies on the icing of fresh-cooked and peeled, Nov. 4.
SMELT, failure of Great Lakes run for 1944 forecast, Mar. 8.
SPONGES, $13.25 a pound paid for, Apr, 12,
SWORDFISH, 1944 landings larger than espected, Sept. 18.
TROUT, sea, see ANGLERFISH
TURTLE industry, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, B.W.I., Feb, 40.
WHITEFISH, Canadian inspection to be established, July 51; begun in November, Dec, 24.
WHITING, see BUTTERFISH
SPERM OIL, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
STATISTICS, trade, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
STEEL DRUM, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
STORAGE, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC. and SPECIES
SUGAR, see FEADERAL ORDERS, ETC.
TACKLE, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
TECHNOLOGY (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
Drill sampling device for fish livers, May 9; I. Constructional Details, Nov. 6;
II. Instructions for Use, Nov. 9.
Improvement in accuracy of vitamin A determination, Aug. 40.
Liver oil of unborn soupfin pups analysed, Nov, 45.
Some time and labor saving techniques in vitamin A and oil analyses, Aug. 6.
Storage tests on frozer. pink salmon, Nov. 2.
Studies on the icing of fresh-cooked and peeled shrim, Nov. 4.
Tests of frozen ready-cooked fish dishes in progress, Jan. 17.
The effect of technological advances on the western north Atlantic fisheries, Feb. 3.
TEXTILE BAGS (and see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.)
Use of for crushed oyster shells permitted, Oct. 36.
FISHERY TRADE INDICATORS: Jan, thru July, Nov. & Dec., outside back cover; Aug.14; Sept.50; Oct.10.
TRENDS OF FISHERY TRADE: Jan, through Dec., inside back cover,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICES: Jan, 22; Feb. 41; Mar. 38; Apr, 48; May 45; June 41; July 51;
Aug. 42; Sept. 47; Oct. 38; Nov, 18; Dec. 26.
TRAINING TRADE CLASSES, British fish dealers present, Apr. 48.
TRANSPORTATION, see FEDERAL ORDERS, ETC.
I'RAWLERS, Iceland orders 45 from Sweden, Oct. 37.
REATIES affecting the northeastern fisheries, Sept. outside back cover,