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July 28th, Sat. P. 2 1. Ambassador Lim announced on July 26th that Chinese were now exempt fromregistering an exit form when they intended to leave Canada (June 28thP. 2-3). However, those who intended to go abroad should register at theimmigration office. An interview would be given there whereby theperson's S.E.S. would be recorded.asserted on July 28th that he was notresponsible for any trouble made in the election. He said that theauthority and power were in the hands of ^ TO Jj^ ; so he hopedthat he would not be accused any further.3. 45 Chinese were arrested at 115 Fender Street. They were charged with gambling. The policemen had confiscated $200 from the cashier. The head was bailed out at $100 while the others were bailed out at $25.4. 43 Chinese gamblers were arrested in New Westminster. Some were fined $50. The others $10 and $25. (July 26th, P. 3
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