The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
May 12P3 1) 3 Chinese had committed drug offenses.2) News from Ottawa. It was reported that a number of Chinese rpresentatives had gone to Ottawa to negotiate with some prominent Canadians about changing the restrictive immigration law. They were from Victoria, Vancouver, Win- nipeg, Montreal, Toronto and Halifax. They also hoped to influence both the liberals and the conservative party members. Since Ambassador Chau was away, they talked to the vice ambassador with regard to changing the restrictive immigration law.3) in Cranbrook celebrated the birthday of on May 5.4) The case of Chan who was accused of selling liquor in Vernon. (This was mentioned previously). With the help of a few Chinese merchants in Vernon and Armstrong, a lawyer was hired to argue against it. Owing to insufficient evidence, Chan was proven non-guilty.P3 5) Wong Kong Har Tong of Vancouver announced tha the executive meeting on April 29 had decided to postpone the foundation fee payment for all members for 6 months. By October 30, all members had to pay the fee. Exceptions were those who resided in places without any branch associations. The deadline for their payment would be April 30, 1924. The money payment would be doubled for those who did not abide by the regulation
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