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WFA PURCHASES IN JANUARY VALUED AT NEARLY $3,000,000

Purchases of fishery products in January by the War Food Administration dropped to slightly over half of the previous month's total, according to information furnished by the Department of Agriculture, Most of these purchases were of canned products, a characteristic of purchasing during this season of the year. From the standpoint of dollar value, the most important items were canned salmon and pilchards.

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Purchases of Fishery Products by W.F.A,

January 1944
Unit

January 1-December 31, 1943
Quantity
1.0.B. Cost Quantity

F.0.B, Cost Dollars

Dollars Cases

2,900

22,235 do

53,249

218,597 do 97,256 487,316 542,997

2,905,112 do

1,100

14,740 244,279 984,657 2,039,718

8,391,033 do 115,217 1,086,358 3,301, 736

33,956,641 6,709

76,566
191,862

2,199,612 24,188

104,490
1,174,708

4,865,708
do
1,358
27,093 358,078

5,769,095
do
1,845

10,138
46,567

287,666 do

2,343

30,124 do

93,200

246,260 do 490,852 2,776,618 7,808,458

58,906,823 Pounds

23,705,808

3,910,530 do 215,000 21,500 4,223, 908

364,033 do

498, 200

50, 269 do 215,000 21,500 28,427,916

4,234,832

do do do do do

Fish, dry-salted
Fish, pickled
Fish, smoked

Total

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IMN Page

I 30 Mar 21

T 34

Blective
Title
Series

Action
Boats,
fishing MPR-165,G-11 Sets ceilings on rentals in Region VIII

T12728
Canners, fish

P-115(118), An. Amends p.r. orders to conform with policy
on Canada deliveries

1/7 Codfish, 1. sliced PR-418, dn. 23 Reduces winter & summer ceilings

2/14 Construction

CAP-Reg. 6, Dir.1 Simplifies method to get eu thorization for 2/15
Containers, glass L-103-b, An , Amar Prohibit clam bro the pack; permit 150 per-
& Inc. Int.1 cent of 1943 quo tas

(3/1)
metal
14-81,Am.

Covers all fishery products which may be
packaged in

1/3
wooden P-140, An. Provides for their purchase with ratings
P-146
assigned for producing

2/29 Drums, stoel

L-197,Am. Places fish oils in new classification III
for shipment

(12/29) Engines, diesel (GSO) 1293, An. Designates as Aass I Product to delimit uses 1/31 Equipment

(MPB)

IPB Forn 1319, to supplant 20 old ones on
buys and sales

2/14
L-123, An. Regaires AA-5 por. to buy heat exchangers,
pumps, etc.

2/28 "Tor abbreviations, see similar Index, Way issue Fishery Market News, p. 34.

T 35

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Series
Action

OD
Equipment, canning L-292, Sch. III, Changes unit quota rules on manufacture

Am.
to tonnage basis

1/11 Exports

(WA)

Outlines, in FSC-1742 D, new packing
specifications

2/25 Fatty acids

FDO-87, Am.] Limits inventories to 60-day supply based
on last 6 mos, of 43

1/1 Fiber

(MC)

Pope is Priceless": booklet on rope care
& use

217 Fish, camed

FDO--44, An, 2 Restricts 44 pack, re, canners' sales to
gov't.,etc.

(3/1)
fresh
MPR-418, Av. 20 Permits Region VIII administrator to set
ceilings on certain sales

1/7 22 Broadens Am. 20 to permit rules on certain dressing styles, etc.

2/12
(OPA)

Retailer's Bulletin No.52: condenses w.
price tables

1/27
frozen
MPR-364, Ar, ?2 Requires buyer and seller to record size
and frozen stete

2/26
pickled
MPR-183, Am. 26 Revises prices in Puerto Rico

2/18 Foods

Pag.3-1

Revises rules for purchases by ship-
suppliers

1/8
canned
M-81, Int. 2 Restricts tin use to hunen foods

2/29
IDO-58, Rev. Keeps actions-at-law prior to this date
alive, however

2/26
M-81, Int. 2 Prohibits use of metal for

2/29
processed RC-13, Am. 35 to Cats w. inventory factor to 4 for 1/30
Rev. Sup. 1 3/4/44 period

1/7
Rev. R0-13, Publishes list of reports, records, & regis-
Am. 10
trations dealers require

2/29
rationed
GRO-5, Am. 46 Places fishing-vessels in Group IV for ellot-
ments

(3/1)
47 Covers procedure for "interim certificates"
for fishing-vessels

2/29
Sup.3 Covers point values, use factors, allowances,
etc., for fishing-vessels

(3/1)
Footwear, rubber RMPR-229
Put under retail ceilings

2/24 Gloves, work

(KPB)

Instructs users to file MPB Form PD-1A for
pr. to obtain

1/2
(work)
MPR-506, Am. 2 Puts 30 more types under ceilings at manu-
facturers' level

2/26 Hardware, merine L-236, Inc, Sch. Permits use of alloy steel where needed in

III, Am.
manufacture

2/26
Herring, Icelandic MPR-512
Sets ceilings on natjes and headless

2/21 Imports

163, Am.

Covers restrictions on, for oils, fibres,
byproducts, etc,

1/12 Machinery, container L332

Restricts deliveries of new & used after 3/1 2/16 Mackerel, Pacific (FA)

Am. I to offer of Sale Forn SCP-1547: provides canned

that when any part of cen is nede from tin.
Horse

piate lighter than 1.25 pounds, the outside
of that part shall be enameled and the canner
may charge the appropriate added cost

1/29 Marrpower

(MMC)
Revises list of essential activities

2/25 Materials

GMP-Reg.1, Concerns changes made by customers in orders
Int. 10
placed with producers

1/10
Concerns replacement of defective steel,
Dir. 16,Am.
copper, aluminum

2/1
Modifies mules on re turns of excos& or unused
Dir. 26, An, allotments

2/15
Concerns applications by producers and dis-
tributors for permission to sell rejected or
excess steel

1/22
Inc, Clarifies mules governing use sf ter receipt
Ints. 1-22,An. by manufacturer

2/2
3, Concerns use of production material ratings
Int.4

in ordering non-controlled materials and

components for advanos quer ter deliveries 1/10
4, Ame

Eases restrictions on sales of copper,
steel, alumimin

1/15
Concerns sales of, by warehouses & distrib-
utors

2/10
Ś Permits purchase of aluminua for Muse,
with steel, etc,

2/26

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Dir.44

FMN Page

Titlo Materials

Oil, fats and

F 37

fish

T 37

Mor 37

spora

Mr 37

Vi tanin A

1/26

T 38

& D

Mor 36
I 31

Oysters, canned
Pilchards

Mer 8

canned

T 30

Point valuos

F 36

Prices, fish

r 16

Priorities

foctivo
Serios*
Action

on
PR-3, Dir. 7 Outlines rules on replacement of defective;

lost, etc., in transit material, when rated
orders were placed for it

2/8
(WA)

Appeals from "hardship cases" directed to
write to FDA

1/18
Announces plan to release quantity 3/10 sub-
ject to use or allocation limitations of
FDO-60

2/17
MPR-53, Am. 15 Permits storage charges on, to be added to
ceilings on certain sales

2/14
FDO-37, Am, 1 Frees for essential uses, eliminates restria
tions on processing and delivery

2/18
APR-203, Am. ) Revises schedule of ceilings at production

levels
RO-16, An. 107 Provides manufacturers with adequate supplies
of raw stocks (See witamin AM)

2/19
T & DA
Sets up inspection service

1/4
(oc) Gen. D.8, Suspends Directions 1-7 between sardine
Area II
seasons

2/15
(FA)

An. 4 to Offer of Sale Form SCP-1548 (See
Action for Mackerel, etc.)

1/29
(OPA)

Dropped, for canned fish; unchanged, for
oysters

1/30
MPR-507

Indicates how retailers shall set mark-ups
over net costs

1/27
PR-7,Int. 1 Directs por, to be furnished by buyer

1/5
Inc. Int, i, Concerns certifications on purchase orders &
Am,
other documents

1/18
PR-13,Am.

Describes rules for sales of materials by those
not regularly in business

2/29
-3, Inc. Int. States rules for por, use, kinds of purchase
1-9, An.
orders may be rated, eto.

2/26
(PB)

New Forn 541 to supplant PD-1A to get ou
supplies

2/1
50-165, An. 2 Prescribes routings permitted from California 1/13
-178
Restricts uses

1/13
TSSS)

Concerns pre-induction physical examinations 1/7
Occupational def ernents generally will be
denied those 18-22

2/1
Directs review of men in 2-A,B,C; 3-C classi-
fications

2/26
Rul, Am, 2 Purther restricts uses of crude stocks

1/1
Permits use of synthetic imer-tube scrap only
in crab-trap frame covers

1/12
(PB)

Fed. Spec. UU-S-48 standardizos design,
strength, etc.

1/1
MPR-418, An, 24 Puts producers ceiling on all round catch;
certain exceptions

2/28
25 Protects consumers' prices due to evasions (3/6)
PR-18

Amends rules on production, delivery, and
shipping

2/24
MPR-373, An.39 Fixes prices in Hawaii

275
(MPR-418) GR-3, Establishe's San Francisco area prices

2/19
An. 1, Reg. VIII
MPR-364, An. 10 Amends price rule to eliminate mark-up once
given primary wholesalers

1/8
11 Restores prior to 1/3/44 rule on imports; ro-

duces base price 12 percent on frozen At, smelts 1/24 MPR-418, An. 21 Raises ceilings for Oct.-Mar, sales

2/7
4-21-001, Am. Permits purchase of idle & excess supplies by
distributors

1/13
16-261, Am. Provides for appeals from restrictions on 1/7
MPR-418, Am., Gyl Fixes are allowance's to Louisville, Ky.,
Reg. III

1/27
Fixes area allowance in Hamilton Cty., 0.,
Feg. III

1/31
M-373

Allocates, to insure equitable distribution
(See moils")

2/28

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DONNENTS, CONTINUED
FROZEN FISH TRADIE

U.S. frozen fish stocks decrease 14 percent in January
Domestic freezings during January greater than year ago ..
New York holdings drop 6 percent in Jamary
Boston holdings drop 27 percent in January
Chicago cold-storage holdings show slight decline in January
Canadian cold-storage holdings 26,287,000 pounds on February 1

Canadian plants fraeze 3 million pounds of fresh fish in January
CANNED AND CURED FISH TRADE
January tune and mackerel packs show gains
Shrimp pack small in Jamary

Pilchard season ends in northern and central California
BYPRODUCTS TRADIE

Sharks yield majority of vitamin A produced in U. S. in 1943
STATISTICAL SUMMARIES
Wholesale and retail prices
Trends of fishery trade
Fishery trado indicators

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