The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
MARCH 21 it (Friday)P.I 1) A continuation of the comment of on the election methodof CBA. He pointed out the incident of the resignation of who was appointed as the president by public voting system in 1916. The reason for his resignation after a few months of service was that ife was found out that there was absfuse in the election method and that he had been making money by using his title as the president of CBA. added that the public voting method could be carried out in the past because at that time there was less complication and counter-attacksin the Chinese community. Besides, there were a number of devoted leaders likewho were so concerned with the welfare of the Chinese community. How- ever, at the present time, there was a drastic change in circumstance and personnel, the old election method would not be suitable, emphasized that in order to promote better efficiency of the association, more attention should be paid to the functioning of the association rather than to its election method. Special personnel should be elected to work on the commercial field as well improving the morale of the Chinese. There could be done through consistent speech making and di- Kfcxxx stribution of monthly print-outs.p.3 2) (VANCOUVER). An announcement was made on March20 that a general meeting would be held on March 22 at CBA to discuss raising funds for Kai Ping High School. All members were welcome to give sugge stions.P.3 3) News from Victoria. stopped by Victoria on his way backto China. He was greeted by representatives from CBA,CKT AND on board the liner. CBA requested him topresent a letter of protest to the external affair department in China. The rpa protest was concerned with the new regulation that demanded registration of all Chinese immigrants and prohibition of Chinese merchants' wives from coming into Canada.P.3 4) Dominion Income Taxation, Chinese Interpreter(Vancouver) announced that all merchants had to fill in an income tax return by Aporil 1. Any Chinese merchants who had doubts could discuss with him at 545 Main Street
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