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The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
June 27, 1922 (Tuesday)P.3 (1) A Chinese immigrant, Wong, was rejected by the immigration officerupon arrival and he was to be sent back to China. He employed a lawyer to appeal to the court. However, the judge said that the court had no right to intervene with the decision made by the immigration office. The lawyer then suggested that all Chinese immigrants would be subject to the supervision of the head officer who dealt with the Chinese immigration affairs instead of being questioned by any Canadian immigration officer. Besides, the immigration officer should not send Wong back to China without having a thorough investigation. The judge was finally convinced and the case wa s to be brought up at a later date.P.3 (2) News from Victoria. The Workers' Association of ~L ':' L V Ghad sent letters to the members of the legislative council, M.P. of B.C. andvarious Canadian associations about promoting the exclusion of theout Asians. The members pointed/that all Asians and foreigners should beexcluded from the industries and that within these ten years, no Asian should be allowed to come to Canada. However, this should not apply to those merchants who stayed in Canada for no more than 3 months. In addition, the association also requested the government to standardize the minimum pay for all workers so as to check the exploitation by the Asians and for all foreigners who violated the regulations should be sent back to their home country at their own expense
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