The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
February 14 local news 1. The Chinese National goverment has asked Mr. Choi Tseng-shi ( Ji^h ), senior officer of the Railway Dept. to investigate the conditions of world transport. Mr. Choi is now in Vancouver and will be leaving for China tomorrow. 2. A Chinese officer of a Canadian ocean liner was prosecuted for drug possession. He is now acquitted because the drug was purchased by the Chinese government and therefore it is not covered by Canadian law. 3. The charity show to be performed by the Christian Organization for Abolishing Unjust laws #*«0 ) is making good progress. 4. A Chinese was prosecuted for running a gambling house. He was fined $50. The 4 gamblers were fined $10 each. News from other cities: 1. Victoria: B.C. Orchard and Fruit Control Board attempts to discriminate against Asian fruit growers. The policies suggested are as follows: a. The B.C. Orchard and Fruit Control Board reserves the right not to issue licenses if they do not meet the standard regulations set by the Board. b. All transactions must be in English. c. The B.C. Orchard and Fruit Control Board reserves the rightto collect fees from the fruit growers so as to promote fruit industry. d. All offenders are guilty unless they can prove that the fruit is not grown in areas under the Control of the Board. 2. Speeches by the President and vice-president of CKT in Eastern U.S. 3. Chilliwack: CKT spring banquet. 4. Chicago: various Chinese organizations welcomed Mr. Mai Latll-fong ( 5. Victoria: a truck driven by a Chinese collided with another truck. Both drivers were injured. The injury was not serious, however, and they are expected to leave the hospital soon.
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