The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
July 13, 1922 (Thursday) P. 3 (1) A Chinese merchant brought 2 sons to Canada. However, one was detainedby the immigration officer because his mother was a concubine. He was to'V be sent back to China. A lawyer was hired to protest against this and he asserted that a concubine's son should not be treated as a servant. He should be given equal treatment with that of the legal wife. Finally, the detained son was admitted. 3 Chinese were arrested for keeping drugs. Names of the executives of the C.B.A. in Montreal
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