The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
December 2, 1922 (Saturday)P.3 (1) A member of the Vancouver City Council suggested that in 1923 business license should no longer be issued to the Asians because of their growing influence in the commercial market. Moreover, a restrictive law should be enforced to confine the Chinese businessmen to do business within Chinatown, and that they should not sell Canadian goods. All these were to prevent the Asians from exploiting the Canadians and to let themknow that they were different from the British. p. 3 (2) A Chinese woman who was arrested for carrying $1 opium was charged$200 and was to be deported. She was finally exempt from deportationafter the lawyer's appeal that the punishment was too harsh for such asmall scale offence. P. 3 (3) A Chinese was arrested for smuggling opium into Canada. He was detainedby the immigration officer and was to be deported. P. 3 (4) Ambassador Lim announced on November 30 that those who had bought theChinese government bonds for 4 years could not claim their 5th interestpayment .P. 3 (5) V. Uu-.\ denounced -H^ CLti, kr. ^ ~Tjj$. ^ -:' £* for backing up :v- TV -\ U_4ic_ by saying that Lee was merelyasking if the amount had been entered into the account and there wasno need for Lam to make a fuss about it. P. 3 (6) Ti Shing Shon Yee Association of Vancouver expelled /t/V t>_^from the association because of his misbehavior and violation of theconstitution. P. 3 (7) Names of the executives of -VL, C-We Vd-i^ !P. 3 (8) Names of the executives of >V(1p -^ ""fj ___ in Cumberland for 1923
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