The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
November 15 P.3 1) The Legislative and order maintenance committee () announced on Oct. 19 the war time regulations.It stated that the Chinese Kuomingtang and the Chinese Labour Party were illegal. 40|* All members and agents (especially during the war or who were still recent members)were to be put in prison minimally for 1 year, and maximally for 5 years.P.3 1) ii) All those who assisted the financial support during the war had to be convi- cted. They had to be put in prison minimally for 1 year, and maximum of 5 years. iii) All landowners, housekeepers and others who recognized the unlawful members and still provided meeting places for them also had to be convicted. PunishQ ment was the same as above.iv) All executives or those who assist those 2 parties during war time had to be convicted. Punishment as above.v) The Chinese and British Government were alliance during the war, so those who derogated and tried to stir up upheavels among the Chinese or the Chinese government,had to be convicted. pUnishment as above.vi) All Chinese Candians were subject to the protection of Candian legislature, and thus, they had to obey the Canadian laws, otherwise they would be punished or put in prison. It was hoped that members of the 2 parties would denounce and leave the associations. They should also inform the above regulations to their friends. There had already been quite a few Kuomingtang members who officially announced in the Chinese Times that they had left and denounced the association due to dissatisfaction with the association. (The recent ones were and of Calgary, Oct. 15 P.3). Some also announced that they hadnever associated with the Kuomingtang (e.g. Oct. 11 P5)hoping that the Chinese community would not mistake them as Kuomingtang assoc- iates. (Another example can be found on Sept. 5 P.3
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