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and  collection charges
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and  collection charges
FORM 907 INT.
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FORM' 907* il 9377rtyttytyt7yeSya 9
GRANV/LLE & PENDER STREETS BRANCH
June 19 th 1923
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If '   ' W. H. DAY
PRESIDENT
INVOICE
IVAN D. SMITH
VICE-PRES.   AND   MGR.
Day-Smith Motors Limited
BRITISH COLUMBIA  DEALERS
DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS
1082   GRANVILLE   ST.
Phone Sey.   6037
Vancouver.   B.C.   jUne 19th 1923.
Sold to-ATI J1^-*-
Form No. 40
51  Pender  St.   3,
Vancouver,   BO,
REF.
DATE
QTY,
DESCRIPTION
PRICE
AMOUNT
TOTAL
TO OIIS Dodge Brothers  Tourine car
Serial  888119
Engine  942478
1485
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Lyons Front bumper
Registration and licence
18
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Interest
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1602
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BY Allowance for  used  car       §400.00
Deferred  payments
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' INSTRUCTIONS: Make in Duplicate—Original to be kept by Dealer—Duplicate to be given Purchaser
DU
PLICATE        ORDER
FOR
Dodge Brother
MOTOR. VEHICLE
Deale, Day-Siaith Motors IdsaJtea	
Location.
Vancouver,  3.0.
Please enter my order for one Dodge Brothers XOUX *jjg
(Type of Vehicle)
Price of Motor  Vehicle  Delivered,
REMARKS
By allowanoe for o£e~Chevrolet
(490? Souring oar serial
engine
Licence 35009
j£*ee from all liens and   encumbrance^
S400.0Q
ACCESSORIES
Casing.
Tube	
Lock	
Bumper,
hains.
Gear Lubricant
Cup   Grease	
Steering   Gear Lubricant
Vehicle Number 88811 9
Total
Engine Nutnhcr g4Stft-&: lO
Date Delivered..	
EgpBgiall:1..Qwtfor used
baa*
Balance due upon delivery of vehicle
Delivery of the above vehicle to be nude oil.
June 19th/S3
1485
1485
00
-or as soon thereafter as possible*
If full payment for the vehicle is not made within 30 days after a notification from you that the vehicle is ready for delivery, you shall
have the right to cancel this order and to deduct and retain from my advance deposit, as your liquidated damages for my failure to
complete the purchase, a sum sufficient to pay all your expense incurred in preparing and equipping the vehicle herein ordered
after     ,713316    1SUZZ	
turn of my deposit, on request.
equipping the vehicle herein ordered.
I reserve the right to cancel this order,
If the vehicle is not delivered within 30 days
and your liability shall be limited to the return
Title to the vehicle is to remain with you until the vehicle is paid for in full.
If you change the retail price of the Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle herein ordered before delivery to me, I agree to pay the new price or
permit you to cancel this order upon the return to me of my deposit. "Retail Price*' is understood by me to mean the selling price
of the vehicle as authorized by Dodge Brothers Motor Company, Limited, for this place.
If you change the retail price of any of the special accessories or equipment herein ordered before delivery to me, I agree to pay the
new price or permit you to cancel the item from this order.
It is fully understood and agreed between us that Dodge Brothers Motor Company, Limited, in its agreement with the Dealer above
mentioned has reserved the right to make changes or improvements in its cars without incorporating such changes in any car previously delivered, and this order is made subject to such condition.
The replacement of any part of the Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle herein ordered, due to defective material or workmanship, is to
be made without charge to me, excepting for transportation and labor, under the terms of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce Warranty.    I have read and understand Dodge Brothers Warranty and Service Policy printed on the reverse side of this order.
This order is non-transferable and is not valid unless accepted by the Dealer or his authorized representative.
The above order constitutes the entire terms and agreement between us in reference to the above new vehicle*
one
Purchaser
Address
5*
' Peaider St.
b.
—■—-
Iten&QUfejr.
B.C.
aaaaaf-f aaafo a. ,-a^0E:; a aa. Minimum First Cost and Minimum Per Mile Operating Cost are the essentials most sought after
today in the selection of a high-grade motor vehicle.
It is universally conceded that Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle has established a liew standard of
motor vehicle value.
And as for maintenance cost, it is literally true that gasoline, oil and tires are practically the only
expense.    In normal service the parts rarely have to be renewed.
Dodge Brothers have chosen to build into their vehicle those qualities which have made it practically
immune from the need of service on the part of the dealer or the factory, except such service as
may be caused by the owner's abuse or neglect of the vehicle or by normal wear after long use.
Thus the purchaser pays for the vehicle only, and buys and pays for service only when needed.
Before a Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle is shipped from the factory every precaution is taken by over
seven hundred inspectors of individual parts, unit assemblies, and finally the vehicle complete,
to insure that all material and workmanship is up to the required standard and to make certain
that the vehicle is in proper running condition.
We, as dealers, also test each vehicle received by us to make sure that it is in the same condition as
when it left the factory.
Therefore, after we deliver the vehicle to our customer in good running order, service rendered by us
is properly chargeable in accordance with the ninety days' standard Warranty of the National
Automobile Chamber of Commerce, under which Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicles are sold.
(Standard Warranty of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce)
We warrant each new motor vehicle manufactured by us, whether passenger car or commercial vehicle
to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service, our obligation under this warranty being limited to making good at our factory any part or parts thereof
which shall, within ninety (90) days after delivery of such vehicle to the original purchaser, be
returned to us with transportation charges prepaid, and which our examination shall disclose
to our satisfaction to have been thus defective; this warranty being expressly in lieu of all other
warranties expressed or implied and of all other obligations or liabilities on our part, and we
neither assume nor authorize any other person to assume for us any other liability in connection
with the sale of our vehicles.
This warranty shall not apply to any vehicle which shall have been repaired or altered outside of our
factory in any way so as, in our judgment, to affect its stability or reliability, nor which has been
subject to misuse, negligence or accident, nor to any commercial vehicle made by us which shall
have been operated at a speed exceeding the factory rated speed, or loaded beyond the factory
rated load capacity.
We make no warranty whatever in respect to tires, rims, ignition apparatus, horns or other signaling
devices, starting devices, generators, batteries, speedometers or other trade accessories, inasmuch
as they are usually warranted separately by their respective manufacturers.
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Wis® QUADRUPLICATE
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 of Vancouver, B.  C, hereinafter
Agreement made this lf*P®.*Q.W.l«. day  of
between 2l^*^lth..S.l0t«a..%llI.t.@fl.	
called  the  seller and **JL.I?OW L	
of _...M....Ml$.M...M%m.3M&$1> .Mm*ffikTZm+-.3*£-* hereinafter called the purchaser.
Witnesseth that the seller,  does hereby agree to sell  and  the   purchaser  agrees  to  purchase,   the  following
goods   (receipt  of  which   in  good  order  and  condition  is  hereby  acknowledged   by  the   purchaser.)
mm mtg® Brothma Touring Car Swiil 888119  'ferine 948478
The  total   purchase  price  of  the   above   described  goods
ana B%oi% £iv« eoll-tara..«*••••••,
7§:mm..*&i.W* "#92iaS@* ."•♦*"	
to be..^®.-...^°?.f.*.#.-...?®^...i^*^®*	
•lot which MsEmMM....m^...Mi.r^t...
'..'has been paid and is hereby acknowledged.             m m
The balance of the purchase price to be paid in instalments  and to bear interest at  the rate  of* per  cent.
per annum jBPOBHBEBBfefter maturity.    These instalments  are  evidenced  by  the  following  promissory  notes
payable  by the  purchaser  to the order of the  seller  and  payable at the.-.*^.*lL.®.*-..*®P.^.®^	
 Jjteff^Ag...^ ^»8« 4 '
(    /Note for f .^•.2? payableM?...M.pi1*L
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V      Note for %____. .:. payable	
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Note for $ •."... payable..
Note for $ ***.'.?? payable..*.®??.	
Note for $ ***►99. payable..?f.T.®....,,...
7t«01 Si**    n
Note for ? ***...;„ payable.***	
71.00
Note for $ .?»*.!•• payable. 3.0?«B	
Note for $ 3**.99. payable..?*!?*?.*	
Note for $ ".+99. payable.W* ■*'>l ;'
Note for $ ".•.:**? payable..*©?!	
Note for ? *9.*99. payable..^
Note for ? ®~t..?.^ payable
Tmmlv®**
..after date.
..after date.
..after date.
..after date.
..after date.
..after date.
..after date,
.after date.
..after date.
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.after date.
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The express conditions of the purchase of the said Automobile is such that the title or ownership thereof
does not pass from the said seller until the said notes, or notes given in renewal thereof, are paid with interest
and should the purchaser sell or dispose of the said Automobile or attempt to do so, the said seller may declare
the said notes due and payable even before maturity of the same and may enter suit and recover judgment
thereon and in such event or in default of payment of the said notes or any one or more of them or of any note
or notes given in renewal thereof, all the unpaid notes shall become due and payable and upon such default the
said seller may take possession of the said Automobile without process of law and shall sell the same at public
auction or private sale and apply the proceeds upon the amount unpaid of the said notes and the purchaser
agrees forthwith to pay to the said seller any amount remaining unpaid on the said notes after such sale and
application of the proceeds thereof; and that in order to take posession of the said Automobile the said seller
may without legal process enter upon any premises in which the said Automobile may be situated using sueh
force as may be necessary to effect such entry and possession and that the same shall not be considered a
trespass; provided that notwithstanding the possession of the said Automobile by the seller the said notes shall
be payable and action may be commenced and prosecuted for the recovery of the amount thereof as if such
possession had not been taken.
It is further agreed that this Automobile shall not be used for the purpose of carrying passengers for a
consideration of any kind whatsoever during the term of this agreement. And if such use is made of the
Automobile in violation of this stipulation the unpaid balance under any or all notes shall immediately become
due  and  payable.
The purchaser further agrees that the said Automobile is at the purchaser's risk from this date and the
purchaser will insure the same to the amount of the full insurable value thereof, and in case of loss by flre or
otherwise, the insurance moneys shall be payable to the said seller in reduction of the amount then due or
accruing due unon the said purchase price, and that in case of damage to the said Automobile by fire or any other
cause the purchaser will pay the amount of the said note or notes given in renewal thereof with interest upon
maturity   of   same.
The purchaser acknowledges receipt of a copy of this   agreement.
Purchaser's   Signature
WITNESS: **s
ASSIGNMENT
FOR VALUE RECEIVED, the undersigned does hereby sell, assign and transfer to.....	
 its right, title and interest in and
to   the   within   contract,   and  the   property   covered   thereby, also the notes mentioned therein, and
authorize   said.—.. j	
to do every act and thing necessary to collect and discharge the same.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, said undersigned has hereunto subscribed its name this	
 day    of ,	 " MOTOR-VEHICLE ACT."
(Section 3.)
a
fc?   registration and Licence for a Motor-
vehici1^ other than a Motor-cycle.
To the Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria, B.C.:
Application is hereby made* in triplicate, for registration and licence in respect of the motor-vehicle
"criWdliH-emlfer:-^ 1^
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PARTICULARS   OF   MOTdE-VEHIcESTa^E v* -
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(1.) Made by^., 	
(2.) Style S-As/fi/?-- S/79.
(3.) Serial No..... ytAty.A.J/./A.    (4.) Engine No /y..A733..cA.zA..A.^._____
(5.) Number of cylinders ^A, ' As~"    (**"*■■   Weight in pounds -A-A.SS.	
(7.) Carrying capacity y...y.......-A—yL7S339..'. ...	
(8.) Dealers' selling-price, f.o.b. point of delivery in British Columbia... A-A..t?.S-^	
(9.) Age, showing year of make, date^f purchase from dealer, and length of time in use	
...^S/2, S7^._..J77Z...,:.	
(10.) Whether previously registered in the Province, and, if so, when .SS-A--. «-—.--
(11.) Number of licence (if any) last ye^r.
(12.) How and where to be used_^?^a6^^^.
(13() Name, in full, of owner
(14.) Full residential address of owner
A^Ca.
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(15.) Occupation of owner —& '3"?~% :	
The applicant now tenders the sum of |..^gafe... , being the fee prescribed under the " Motor
vehicle Act," and herebv certifies to the correctness of all the statements herein contained.
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Dated this As/7- day of..
British Columbia.
(Signature of owner)
(Signature of agent, if signed by agent).
(Full residential address of agent)..	
~A^<£3AsA7>...
(Occupation of agent).
Note.—Application "h"n1fl JP'ffT-'RVfi trff"7"*"" "V " ii" -f -" *u;r form ^y rOPX^i'l.^J'^-^JJSlS.^0 t^e
applicant as a part of the lattice issued thereon by the officer issuing such licence, wbawill send the original copy~wr&'
the duplicate of the. licence tp the Superintendent of Provincial Police at Victoria, BXX, and paste the third copy in the
Revenue Receipt Book immediately in front of the triplicate copy of the licence for ajidit and reference purposed "3*>«
officer issuingAe licence must also fill in on each copy of the application the number to correspond to the numbe:
revenue receipt issaed by him thereon.
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REID, WALLBRIDGE, DOUGLAS & GIBSON #'
525 SEYMOUR STREET
Vancouver, b
YIP   SAMS,
51 Pender St. E.
Vancouver,
£ . C.
Art.   24,   1923. WAS/AT,
IN   ACCOUNT WITH
>, REID, WALLBRIDGE, DOUGLAS & GIBSON
Barristers, Solicitors.  Etc.
RE LIM GCOEY WAH and LIM GIT J00;
1923.
Feb.     7 To  our fees  in  connection with Lim
towels.   24 Git .Foo,   attendances  on Immigration
Department and wire     to H.S.McKay,
Westville,  lo^-a Scotia, #10.00
Paid for wire 1.26
$11.26
E.   ii 0.   E.
RE II   WALLBRIDGE DOUGLAS  &  GIBS OK,
Per.   {J/J I   \(JiA/vMAsfcU
A 525 SEYMOUR STREET      ^_
Vancouver. F
February 21st,  1923.
YIP  SAMJ, WAS/AT.
51 Pender Street,  East,
Vancouver, *
B.   G.
■
IN ACCOUNT WITH
-BOWSER, REID, WALLBRIDGE, DOUGLAS & GIBSON
Barristers, Solicitors. Etc.
z^s-.
1923.
Jan.   12
17
Feb.
RE  CHEE  JOUE WO CO:
Attending on you when instructed  to
take up matter with J.  W. Prescott
repayment  of  claim for rent 1.00
Attending Prescott  on  'phone and
made appointment for 10:30  today 1.00
Subsequently attending on J,   W.
Pre&cott going into matter of Assignment made by partners of Chee
Jone Wo  Company and discussing 2,50
Attending on Mr.  MacRae,   of Abbott,
MacRae &  Co.,  when he   instructed us
that- he had advised J.   W.  Prescott
that Assignment made by Chee Jone Wo
Co.   was not valid and further advised us  that C.  M.   Woodworth was
bringing on a motion on behalf of
the  other creditors 2.50
Subsequently attending on you and
advising   that  it would be necessary
to  obtain an Order of   the   Court deciding whether Assignment valid or
not before we  could advise  you to
enter upon premises and seize fixtures for rent 5.00
Drawing Distress Warrant 1.00
Drawing Kotice of Distress 1.00
Attending on Grimsdall & Co.,  and
instructing them to distrain for
rent 1.00
Attending on Yip Mow and handing
him Distress Warrant to have signed
by you 1.00
Subsequently attending on Yip Mow
when he handed us Distress Warrant
duly signed, together with key to
premises 1.00
Attending on Grimsdall when handed
him Distress Warrant and Notice of
Distress and instructing 1.00
Attending on J. K. MacRae when advised that Order of Court made declaring that Assignment under Bankruptcy Act invalid 1.00
carried forward ..       $19.00 V
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(2)
brought forward
$19.00
1923.
Feb.      3
Attending on you and advising  that you
now had a right   to distrain  for rent      1.00
E.   &  0.   E.
Total       $20.00
REID  WALLBRIDGE DOUGLAS  &  GIBSON,
Per.- 3 kli.   YIP MOW,
51 Pender  StT'r*"*-^-*Sast,
Vancouver,     B-<   7.
525 SEYMOUR STREET
Vancouver, B. C,
".
March 21st,   1923.
WAS/JM.
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IN   ACCOUNT  WITH
BOWSED REID, WALLBRIDGE, DOUGLAS & GIBSON
Barristers, Solicitors.  Etc.
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1923.
Mar.   21
RE:   YIP  LUKE  and  CHIU  FOON:
Instructions for and drawing conditional
Sale Agreement between Yip Luke and Chiu
Foon 6.00
Instructions  fqr.--.and  drawing Power of
Attorney from Yip Luke lo you
Attending  on  execution  of  conditional
Sale  Agreement  and Power  of Attorney
Drawing  twenty-four promissory notes
to   be  signed by Chiu  Foon
Attending  to  register  conditional
Sale Agreement  and also  register release  of  former lien  and paid
5.00
2.50
1.00
1.00
E.   &  0.   E.
|15.50
.50
16.00
.50
.50 TfcLEPHONE  SEVMOUR 6800
BOWSER. REID.WALLBRIDGE. DOUGLAS & GIBSON. -    ■* cable address.-BowFRiDoer
i BARRISTERS. SOI ""-^R^ &c.
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WESTERN UNION
R,   U.   REID.  K. C. A.   H.   DOUGLAS.
J. G. GIBSON.
525 SEYMOUR STREET
Vancouver, b.c.       March 23ra,   1923.
KINDLY ADDRESS ALL  LETTERS TO THE  FIRM
ATTENTION   OF        Mr.        SUttOIl.
Mr. Yip Sang,
51 Pender St. East,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir:
RE FISHING LICENSE:
We enclose our cheque for $75.00, this being
amount forwarded by you to pay for fishing license and
which was not required at the present time.
Yours truly,
REID f4^BRII$E DOUGLAS  &  GIBSON,
WAS/AT. Per.!
ENCLOSURE. ORIGINAL FORM  T. 7
Serial     M     22862
FOR 1921
THE TAXPAYER DOMINION   OF CANADA
INCOMEaTAX ASSESSMENT   -"^ *^Z-
T6-1.   .104.   '  .NOTICE
 •Ian.U.ary..29.t.h., 192.3...
To....Mom:..Yip.,	
 5.1...P.en.d.er...St.l...,Van.c..v,....B...C..  4-2.
Under the provisions of The Income War Tax Act, 1917, as amended,
notice is hereby given that for the 1921 taxation period the amount of tax
assessed and levied upon your income for that period is $. 1.0...5.Q....,	
The following statement shows the amount payable by you as at.^P.?*.•3.997-2.
1921
INCOME—
Gross $	
Deductions $	
Net $.2250.,.
STATUTORY EXEMPTION $...20.00..--
ASSESSMENT—                  0-_         m   . , -i n   nn
Normal Tax 2.5..Q... ®..A% $.9.9..'9.9....
Surtax $	
5% Additional Tax  $ $..10...Q.O...
ALLOWANCES—
Normal Tax on Dividends $	
Normal Tax for Children.
British  and Foreign  Taxes  paid   on   Income   derived   from
British and Foreign Sources $..
Amount paid under Part I, Special War Rev. Act  $..
ADD $..1.Q...0.0...
Penalty for delay in filing $ *.7.Q...
TAX PAYABLE 30th  APRIL,   1922 $..DQ....g.Q....
INDEBTEDNESS AS AT >	
Assessment. Penalty. Interest.
Total x .....$ 1Q...00. $ ,50 $ ,.50	
Amount Paid...'. :, .$ 1Q.«,..Q..Q.  $ ,.5.0. $ ♦5.0.	
Balance .". 3. $3. XlH. $ &!!...$ Jll'.
BALANCE FOR 1921 PAYABLE AS AT	
Assessment..
I
Penalty	
Interest 	
BALANCE OF TAXES, INTEREST AND PENALTIES FOR PREVIOUS
YEARS DUE AS AT $
TOTAL PAYABLE AS AT.
If payment is made before the day of..
Taxpayer may deduct $ for each day that payment is made in
advance of the said date.
In default of payment within one month from the date hereof additional interest must
be added.
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Cheques must be made payable to the Receiver General of Canada and must
have been previously accepted and marked by the Bank on which drawn.
2. All three copies of this form are to be returned with payment to the Inspector
uf Taxation Yf^OUVer, B.^C.	
Commissioner of Taxation. TELEPHONE: SEY.   313
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P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER.  B. G.
WING SANG & CO.
CHINESE  MERCHANDISE  AND JAPANESE DRY  GOODS
51 Pender Street, East
Vancouver, B. C.   $m IMh1923
The Dominion Bank
Vancouver^ B.C.
©#ar Sir:
In reference to the application of Yip Kew Park for a
position in your bank, I may say that he ia a "brother of mine and
has always lived with th® family until lie mM married in Ifarcli
1921.
He was educated at Vancouver until he was %  student at the
University of British Columbia in 1920. He left college after Ms
first year and took up business. At present he was in employ at
our firm, hut he wishes to go into the "banking "business.
I have always found Mm very satisfactory while working
under rae and attentive to "business, and 1 can highly recommend him
should you see fit to employ him to your Bank.
Yours truly,
Wing Sang Co»t
per  ALEX. S. MONRO, m.d..ch.m., f.a.c.s.
301 VANCOUVER  BLOCK
736    GRANVILLE    STREET T ,
VANCOUVER. B. C.  .VJ^J^^V...
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*  CITY OF VANCOUVER, B.C.—TAXES, 19221
ASSESSMENT  1922
Total  Land  Values  ...  $132,451,815.00
Total Improvements       79,268,070.00
Improvements exempt from taxation under By-Law
No. 1520 to the extent of 50% of their actual value
as shown on the revised Assessment Roll, 1922.
fotiifffycni'property"S%TfrVctTly"'(SMciiI^"."""X''A"ST DAY for lO* Dsseoant AUG. 15. Notice  Mailed
DETAILS   OF   LEVY
Rate   on   $    Taxes   Levied
14.197    Mills. General 2,443,194.47
8.857
8,612
Int.  &  S.F.  1,524,183.77
Schools 1,482,007.01
31.66   Mills
5,449,385.25
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CO
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Current Taxes
Arrears,  1920
Arrears,   1919
SUMMARY
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Arrears,   1921
Arrears,   1918
rears to Aug. 15
Interest on 1919-
1920-1921  Ar.
Instalment of
Capital Sum
I&t>rest on
Cagital  Sum
Glgjis  Total
__3
loq».c. Disc.
oiM922 General
Tases    Only
Iwt^Jotai « p»-
«t~or before
1922
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DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
..Folio    |Dis.   Lot|   Block    |     Lot      | Frontage
*•
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jS_
ASSESSED VALUE
FOR TAXATION   $
TTOTET
fftro.
NO REBATE ON
LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS
Pavement Taxes
Sewer Taxes
Cement  Walks  Taxes
Electric Lighting Taxes
Lane and  Street Widening Taxes
Brushing and Burning Taxes
TOTALS (See Summary)
CURRENT    I
DELINQUENT   TAXES
1922
1921
I
1920
I
1919
CONSO
ARREAR
^TED
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K-
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a
*->     9 f*
_3_S3
.        ibate of ti sa^s
*a GsjSffal Taxes, only, if paid on or before the 15th DAY OF
CvJ AflEWST, next; 1% per »ent., if paid on or before the 15tk
■ • DAY OF SEPTEMBER, next; 5 per eent., if paid on or before
G3 JfceAstli DAY OF OCTOBER, next.
v~-/ £3 6 pw eent, Interest on Arrears.
^r^PLEASBC^EAD CAREFULLY BACK OF ORIGINAL SHEET
! CL,
X
A
Total
Capital
Sum
Instalment  of
1-5   payable
on  or  before
Sept.   IS,   1922
Interest   on
Capital Sum
to   15th   Sept.
1922
*.**
Do not detach the Duplicate. Retain both wijth
your Remittance or present
them when making payment, as this becomes your
receipt when stamped
"Paid—City of Vancouver,
B.  C"
All Chequ^ \,t be^eer-
tified by tKe bito^Swhich
they are drawn, and payable at par to City Treasurer, Vancouver.
JOHN JOHNSTONE, City Treasurer and  Collector f
9
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Payment of current year's taxes may be made in
instalments. The first payment, inorder to obtain the
respective rebates on General Taxes, to be not less than
one-third (%) of the current year's taxes (which must
include total amount of local improvements due) if
paid on or before the 15th day of August next; not
less than one-third (%) if paid oir or before the loth
day of September next; the balance on or before the
15th day of October next.
All arrears of taxes must be paid in full before
anv Kebate will be allowed.
Arrears of Taxes' can jqow be paid in instalments
| of not less than one-third (%) of a year's taxes, plus
; 6% interest to dale of payment.
J. - All communications in reference to changes of
ownership or address must be sent to the Assessment
Commissioner.
; An Amendment to the Vancouver Incorporation
I lJfi$fwwi was passed in 1919, consodidating all taxes
| in arrears previous to and including 1916, the same
being payable in five (5) annual instalments with interest at 8% to September 15th. It is therefore necessary to make payment of one-fifth (1/5), viz., 1922
instalment, of the consolidated arrears and interest,
and also the whole of 1919 Taxes, on or before September 15th, 1922, or in default of such the property will
be sold for taxes this year.
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The Corporation of the District of South Vancow
1922 Taxes
DUE Arta PAYABLE AT THE
OFFICE jOF THE COLLECTOR
fMUNICIPAL HALL-:
FRASER ST. and 43rd AVE.
SOUTH VANCOUVER        .,
HOURS 9-4;   SATURDAY 9-12
General
loan
School
IMPROVED
16.51
21.52
16.97
55.00
WILD
11.51
21.52
16;97
50.00
Improvements, 50% taxable. ... -
Water Main Tax, 5c ft. frontage.
Sewer Service Tax, 10c ft. frontage.
DESCRIPTION
is. Lot Block      S.D.     R.S.D.     Lot
039.77.... fl5.
Wild
or
Imp.
Assessed Value 1922
Land
Improvements
Total    :
Assessment
Taxable
1920
and Prior
Delinquent.
1921
Arroas
1922    f
Current
c223n
1920
Loeal Imp;
Delinquent
J
-"ft
1921
Local Imp.
Arrears -.
0ft.CF SOU
'steitf
sm
iff-
Local Imp.'
1922
Ni
eTpflfNo.M.i"
CHECK   ABOVE   DESCRIPTION      TEN
(SEE OVER)
PER CENT, will be added to Current Taxes if not paid before July 1st, 1922,
and  a  further  FIVE  PER   CENT, if not paid before October 1st, 1922.
%••
Water Main
Frontage
Tax
...Sewer
Service
Tax
A. E.
CARR,
COLLECTOR
THIS NOT
MUST
ACCOMPi
REMITTA
AMOUNT PA
1920 and
Prior
1921 -   Ji  -   .
I
1922
Local Im
1920 -    -    -
Local Imp.,
1921 -
Local Imp.,
1922
Water Tax    -
Sewer Tax
Interest to
June 80, 1922
TOTAL    -
Additional
Interest  from
June 30, 1922
PENALTY    -
Gross Total YOUR ATTENTION  IS CALLED TO
THE  FOLLOWING:
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PLEASE CHECK OVER NAME, ADDRESS
AND DESCRIPTION OF THIS PROPERTY. IN
CASE OF ANY ERROR, PLEASE NOTIFY THE
"COLLECTOR" AT ONCE. -..;,
If taxes are in arrears, please note that interest
at the rate of 8% per annum must be added.
The Municipal Act provides that all lands
on which taxes remain unpaid at December Slat
in the year following that for which the rate is
levied must be sold for taxes.
Current taxes will be increased by a penalty of
10 per cent, on July 1st if unpaid, and a further
addition of 5 per cent, on October 2nd if still unpaid.
I      ONLY CERTIFIED CHEQUES WILL
a BE ACCEPTED .{■ .3
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All cheques must be accepted by the Bank and
inade payable to THE MUNICIPALITY OF
SOUTH VANCOUVER. '/_ 3 3773. I
Bank commission must be added to all cheques
sent   from   points   outside   Vancouver   and   New
Westminster.       '.* '      T-.'■'•'■    * :: 'a   ..   "
:      Postal   Notes  or  Money  Orders  to  be  made
payable at Vancouver, B.C.
The one-tenth yearly instalment of the con*
soii.'ation of Arrears of Taxes up to and including
1019 must be paid not later than the first Monday
in August, 1922. 23 ....-_:i ■<
Iii default of which the property will be sold
the same year.
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Received from.
THE  SUM   OF...'..                '...
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Wing Sang^& Co.
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Jmy ORIGINAL S
"^ 1921 1^*2568
File   989
DOMINION  OF  CANADA
INCOME TAX
T. 8 No.. 85	
DISTRICT OF VANCOUVER Date    April 28 th 1922
3-3
RECEIVED  FROM
Name S.M.Q., X&F*	
(Surname) (Christian Names)
Address 51. .p.®nder St. S., Vancouver,B.C,,
the sum of $.. Eighty, dollars, and...eigh.tgr.T-.f.iye...cents..	
as payment on account of 1921 Income Tax.
Tax $...80.85	
5% Penalty ....$	
Interest $	
80.85
Total $...       *     	
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.spector of Taxation
R. W. Breadner,
Commissioner of Taxation.
Notify Inspector of any change of address.
Taxpayer should use Form T. 7B when making additional payments and refer to serial
number of this receipt in case of correspondence.
OTHER INSTALMENTS ARE DUE 30th JUNE, 31st AUG., 31st OCT., 1922. For use of individuals otli|*AtMh farmers
and ranchers.
A-
Form T-l
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t^°       DOMINfgM^OF CANADA
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INCOME TAX
v.a'v "    	
>\\h RETURN  OF" INCOME  FOR  THE YEAR  ENDED  31st DECEMBER, 1921.-.-j,
All returns should be prepared in triplicate.    One copy should be retained by the taxpayer and two copjls must be delivered
to the on or bZre 30th April, 1922.
t
Print Name and Address plainly below.
(City or Town)
(County)
(Province)
Name ^T^Tpf ^.Oy
9J I     (Surname) (f f} . —.   (Christian names in full) \ *~.
P.O. address of present residence «P../ O&S^-sJ?-^
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Occupation or nature of business of Taxpayer	
Under what name business carried on?	
Names of partners in business (if any)	
Name in full and address of Employer or Firm or trading name for year 1921
Place of residence during 1920....i...UL<SAr<1w-«r^-<rr^^	
Did you make a Dominion Income Tax Return for 1919?^^7..Have you been assessed for Dominion Income Tax for 1919?^33P
Did you make a Dominion Income Tax Return for 1920 W£<3Have you been assessed for Dominion Income Tax for 1920?./r^a7->
State whether married or unmarried, widow or widower.t..¥>rr^y39333S*rr99.	
(If status was changed during the year, state date of change)
State number and ages of children under the age of 18 years dependent on you for support, Number. _.^?,J   ages	
a^Ce. 7 ' tQ% /$, f3>- 11 *~f.
If supporting dependent brothers or sisters under the age of 18 years oral
dependent parent or parents, grandparent or grandparents, give particulars]	
If a widow or widower state number and ages of dependent children, if any, under the age of 21 years\Number aees
or over 21 years of age and dependent on you for support on account of physical or mental incapacity/
I hereby certify that the return embodied herein, the supplementary statements and additional schedules attached, if  any, contain a true and complete statement of my Gross Income and Deductions claimed for the year 1921.
Date.
A@ .../^Sy-^ Telephone Number../Tlt^rf.*...?.!...7$......Signature.
N.B.—It is essential that taxpayers notify the Inspector of Taxation to whom7return has been made, of any change
in address.
INSTRUCTIONS:—Fill in <»refully the answers to the above questions and the particulars required on pages 2, 3 and 4 of this form.
All persons engaged in business, including members of trading partnerships, should attach to this return a certified financial
statement of the business, including Assets and Liabilities, Trading and Profit and Loss Statements for the accounting period ended
in 1921, showing how the amount of Item No. 4 on page 2 is ascertained.
In the case of a taxpayer carrying on a farming business in addition to his regular occupation, he should give full details of his farming
operations on Form Tl-A.
Every taxpayer must estimate the tax payable by him. The tax is due on the 30th April, 1922. Every taxpayer shall send on or
before the 30th April, 1922, with his return, not less than one-quarter of the amount of his estimated tax, and may pay the balance,
if any, in not more than three equal bi-monthly instalments thereafter, together with interest at the rate of six per centum per
annum upon each instalment from the 30th April, 1922, to the time payment is made.
If any taxpayer pays less than one-quarter of his estimated tax, or should he fail to make any payment on or before the 30th April, 1922,
1922, or at the time when any instalment should be paid, he shall pay additional interest at the rate of four per centum per
annum upon the deficiency from the date of default to the date of payment.
Any additional tax found due over the estimated amount shall be paid within one month from the date of mailing of the Notice of
Assessment, together with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 30th April, 1922. If payment of the additional
amount of tax is not made within the said one month, additional interest at the rate of four per centum per annum shall be payable
from the date of default until payment is made.
PENALTIES
For failure to file return on or before the 30th April, 1922:—
Five per centum of the tax payable with a maximum penalty of Five Hundred Dollars.
For False Return^-
Upon summa^-E conviction, a fine not exceeding Ten Thousand Dollars or six months' imprisonment, or both fine and imprisonment.
\
\ Page 2
GROSS  INCOME
FOR CALENDAR YEAR 1921
DO NOT STATE YOUR INCOME TO BE LESS THAN THE TRUE AMOUNT.    AVOIg. PENALTIES
1. SALARIES OR WAGES received from iAA\^y% ^^yrAA/TxS	
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Bonus or Gratuities received from                                           	
Pensions received from .^y?. ys.
Director's Fees received  from                      7v^~*-~3*yv~'       ]/*^ty£.     v—O       A_<^»
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2. GROSS INCOME FROM PROFESSIONAL FEES
(State whether Cash Receipts and Accounts charged or Cash Receipts only)
NOTE:—If Financial Statement in duplicate is attached showing Gross Income and Deductions, onlv Net Incopie need be shown here.
z/^7
3. GROSS INCOME FROM COMMISSIONS        "^ •   '   -    \3>  %   3 %      tfctzL
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NOTE:—Give name and address of person from whom received or attach statement showing how amount is reached.
4. NET INCOME FROM BUSINESS as per statement herewith or Schedule, Pag
Value of merchandise, food, clothing, etc., taken from stock for personal or familj
e 4	
r use	
5. GROSS INCOME FROM RENTALS rrS&fcfU*-*^^                                                        	
A* 7 +^* &Ur t*r£ . tU> i
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NOTE:—Give address or location of property.
 /..7/..£
6. INCOME FROM DIVIDENDS— /?
(i) From Canadian Corporations   /                       ,             /"a          /®
$
c.
 CEaB   	
Total    	
Less Carrying Charges (if any)	
Net 	
CrC
(ii) From British and Foreign Corporations—
$
c.
Total    	
Less Carrying Charges (if any)         	
NTet       	
NOTE:—Give name of corporation in each case, stating number of shares and if Common or Preferred.
7. INCOME   FROM   INTEREST   on   Mortgages, Notes,   Bank Deposits, Bonds   and   Debent
Debenture Stock and Securities other than reported in Item No. 9 (as per Schedule attached)
ures,
*    8. INCOME FROM FIDUCIARIES   (Trustees,  Executors, Administrators,  Guardians   or   Financial
Agents)                       	
NOTE:—Give name of Estate and name and address of Trustee.
/
9. INCOME FROM DOMINION OF CANADA BONDS
(A) Issued exempt from Income Tax...                              	
$
c.
Less Carrying Charges	
Net   	
(B) Issued liable to Income Tax.    (Arising from Victory Bonds issued in 1919
only)	
Less Carrying Charges..                	
Net.	
10. INCOME FROM OTHER SOURCES not elsewhere enumerated (specify)	
11. TOTAL INCOME 	
 Um
10
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Where the space provided in the Schedules above is not sufficient, supplemental sheets properly identified containing full information, must be attached to this Return. Page 3
EXPENSES CLAIMED   AS   DEDUCTIONS FROM  INCOME
FOR  CALENDAR YEAR  1921
DO NOT CLAIM DEDUCTIONS THAT CANNOT BE ALLOWED.    AVOID PENALTIES
12. GENERAL EXPENSES applicable to business, trade or profession not included in Statement
herewith or in Schedule, Page 4	
13. INTEREST PAID ON BORROWED MONEY (exclusive of any amount in Item No. 6 or
No. 9)—
(i) Mortgages on Rented Property	
(ii) Other Interest (specify).
NOTE.—Give name and address of person to whom interest is paid.    Do not include mortgage on residence or interest on moneys borrowed for
personal and living expenses.
14. TAXES.     Provincial and Municipal Taxes on Property other than taxpayer's residence (exclusive of
Income Tax, Local Improvement Tax or any amount reported elsewhere)	
Premium paid for Fire Insurance on rented property.
Repairs to rented property..
NOTE:—Under each heading where an amount is claimed give address or location of property.
15. BAD DEBTS actually written off within the year which have been contracted since 1st January, 1917.
NOTE:—Only accounts relating to taxpayer's business or profession are to be included here and no amount already charged before arriving at
total opposite Item 4, Page 2 of this Return, is to be included.
16. DEPRECIATION—
Nature of Article.
If Building, state material and date of construction.
If machinery, give description and date of purchase.
Year-
Acquired.
Cost Value
(not including
land value).
Rate
per cent
per An.
Wear and Tear Charged Off.
Amt. in previous years
Amount this year.
Total    dep reciation
NOTE:—Do not include depreciation on stock in trade, land or securities or any other asset not subject to exhaustion, through wear and tear.
This Schedule must not include any amount already charged before arriving at total opposite Item 4, Page 2 of this Return.
17. NET  INCOME FROM  DOMINION  OF  CANADA BONDS OR  STOCK  issued  exempt from
Income Tax (to offset Item No. 9A and proper proportion Item No. 8)	
18. OTHER DEDUCTIONS not elsewhere enumerated.    (Specify).
19. TOTAL   DEDUCTIONS
Where the space provided in the above Schedules is not sufficient supplemental sheets properly identified containing full information must be attached to this Return. Page 4
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
(See Instructions on Page 1)
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS
For year ending   1921
Merchandise sold during the year	
Inventory of Merchandise at commencement of year at cost price..
(If Inventory is not taken at cost, state basis of valuation)
Add cost of Merchandise bought for sale	
(Including Freight and Duty)
Less Inventory of Merchandise at end of year at cost price.
(If Inventory is not taken at cost, state basis of valuation)
Gross Trading Profit for Year	
Add other Income derived from Business *	
TOTAL GROSS PROFIT
Less Expenses-
Salaries and Wages	
(Not including Proprietor or Partner)
Rents	
(Give name and address of person to whom paid)
Taxes on Property used in Business	
Other Taxes.    (Specify)	
Interest paid on money borrowed and used in business apart from Capital
Fire Insurance Premiums	
Repairs	
Bad debts actually written off within the year arising from sales contracted
since 1st January, 1917	
Sundry.    (Specify)	
TOTAL NET PROFIT
Where profits are divided amongst partners the amount paid    or credited to each must be clearly shown.
STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND  LIABILITIES
As at the end of Business Year.
ASSETS— LIABILITIES—
Stock of Merchandise on hand at cost price..
Cash on hand and in Bank	
Accounts Receivable	
Bills Receivable	
Real Estate, Buildings	
Real Estate, Land	
Machinery and Tools	
Furniture and Fixtures	
Other Investments	
Sundry (Specify)	
Accounts Payable.
Bills Payable	
Loans	
Accrued Interest...
Sundry (Specify)...
27$A<±4a733l
TO INSPECTOR OF TAXATION. Date...*r*£. Yrfyy^...^- 192
I enclose herewith my cheque in favour of the Receiver General of Canada for the sum of. .....3r...Q.0..rrr^ dollars
in payment of the total amount or not less than 25% of the amount of my Income Tax for the year 1921, estimated as follows:    -
Item No. 11   1 %M±9AP...
•DATE
TAX
INT.
PEN.
Initials
IstPaym't
2nd Paym't
3rd Paym't
4th Paym't
Gross Income
Deductions
see
«
No. 19   j $.
Net Income $ kl¥Q.l.O
Less Statutory exemption ($1,000 or $2,000, as the case may be) $..
$-
Total Normal Tax $ l%\&-
Less Allowance for Normal Tax on Canadian Dividends....$ $ m.&JszQ
Less Allowance for Normal Tax on Dependents $ $ .lfr/..<2T?
Normal Tax Payable $ 1-7*'-&$
Surtax Payable $	
Total Normal and Surtax Payable $	
Additional 5% Payable (on total Normal and Surtax on incomes of $5,000 -, p*""
or over) $ <£.*$...
Total Tax $ $C.JS
In case where the full amount has not been paid, further instalments plus Interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum
■-ill be forwarded on or before the 30th June, 31st August, and 31st October, 1922, together with an additional 4 per centum per
mum upon the deficiency from date of default to date of payment.
Signature y7
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Mr.   Lee Wah  Seun
c/o Yip Mow,   Esc
51   Pender   Streets
City.
S2S SEYMOUR STREET
Vancouver. B. C.    July   7th,   1922.
/
IN ACCOUNT  WITH
BQWSER, REID, WALLBRIDGE, DOUGLAS & GIBSON
Barristers. Solicitors.  Etc.
1922.
Ear.   29
To amount of our account rendered this
date A- .00
Reid WaUbr'tdge Douglas & Gibson
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BOWSER, REID. WALLBRIDGE, DOUGLAS & GIBSON.
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/ 52S SEYMOUR STREET
Vancouver. B. C,     Aug.   14th.,    1922        DSW/P
P   SANG.
o Messrs Wing 8aig'& Co.    x—
51 Pender Street EasV
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IN   ACCOUNT  WITH
BOWSER, REID, WALLBRIDGE, DOUGLAS & GIBSON
Barristers, Solicitors,  Etc.
1922
July       19       Drawing Lease   in quadruplicate
you to  Canadian Bank  of ComE.ierce,
Letter to you enclosing,
#7.50
jU<Jct   Ju^h-u^J'      THIS   IS   OUR  BILL
Reid Wallbrkige Douglas&Bfe$R reid wallbridge douglas & gibson
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Vancouver, B. C,
LUbi   YICK  CO.
Teeemher 22nd,   1922.     7AS/AT,
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IN  ACCOUNT WITH
BOWSER? REID, WALLBRIDGE, DOUGLAS & GIBSON
Barristers, Solicitors.  Etc.
1922.
Eov.   9
Attending  on Yip Mow when he
handed  us letter from Dominion
Tax Inspector pointing out des-
crepancy  in  statement filed,
Attending at  Office  cf Dominion
Income  Tax,   going  into matter
Subsequently  attending with Yip
Mow at Office  of Tax Inspector when
matter adjusted
TO   CUK 5SSS  BBfi&lB   	
Reid Waflbrklge Douglas & tRis
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#20.00
HELD 1ALLBRIDGI DOUGLAS & GIBSON,
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V 525 SEYMOUR STREET
Vancouver, B. C,
YIP  SABS',
51 Pender St. Bast,
City.
December 22nd, 1922. a AS/AT,
IN   ACCOUNT  WITH
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■BOWSER, REID, WALLBRIDGE, DOUGLAS & GIBSON
Barristers, Solicitors.  Etc.
1922.
Tov.   28
KE LOT  6,   BLOCK 11,   DEW WESTMINSTER,
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Attending on Yip Sow when he  called and handed
us letter from J.Fx.   Watson,   Assistant Fire
Ma r shtal,,   N e w We s tm i n s t e r,
Letter  to  J.   H.   Watson  asking for  extension  of
time  to lecember 30th,   1923,   to destroy the
building on  the above property,
Dec.     4 E^tFpon receipt  of letter from J.   H.   Watson,
Assistant Fire Marshal,   Attending  en J.   A.
Tjaomas,   Fire Marshal,   Vancouver,   when advised
y him  that  every  consideration would be  given
you in not compelling you  to  remove building
within   the  time   stipulated,
Letter  to  J.A.   Thomas  confirming,
Upon  receipt  of  letter from Fire Marshal,
.alcing  copy of   same  and letter to  you  enclosing
10  CUR FEES  HEEE IB  .	
REID  WALLBRIDGE  DOUGLAS  &  GDECCK,
$15.00
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April 22nd, 1922.
Yip Kew Mow, Esq.,
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver, B. C,
Dear Sir;-
I beg to enclose you herewith Certificates of
Registry 9f the gasoline vessels "Sanmatoe" and'^icoiaan".
Please acknowledge receipt and oblige
Yourstruly,
Two Enclosures. April PS-'.
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H«v mastalnster, $*$«
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and thanks yoti for your pror-tpt attention.
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To Yip..Kew. Mow.
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver,   B.C.
CUSTOMS-EXCISE, CANADA,
Hew Westminster,   B.   C.
 April..IGth*... 19.22.. 192.
Dear Sir:-
I am enclosing herewith two certificates for you to
'sigh''Just''as"'so6h''as''you'have'pal
manner stated in the enclosed certificates and return the same to me
as'a eon.'a^
one  of the vessel^,   "Sanmatoe"  is  the  right name,   not   "Sammatche".
 As'sa'o'n'as'T''rec"el"t'e''tM
your certificates  of naturalization I will, send you the  registry  of
"each' vessel','' which' is "how'' about 'ready'.	
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ASSESSMENT,  1921
Total Land Values    $133,207,150.00
Total Improvements       77,090,000.00
Improvements exempt from taxation under By-Law
No. 1468 to the extent of 50% of their actual value
as shown on the revised Assessment Roll, 1921.
DETAILS  OP  LEVY
Bate on $   Taxes Levied
14.686 Mills General 2,522,399.52
8.877 " Int. & S.F. 1,524,745.61
8.102       "    Schools 1,391,672.95
31.66 Mills
Note if your property is correctly described.   LAST DAY for 10% Discount AUG. 31.
Notice mailed
5,438,818.08
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Arj|ars   1919
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Sewer  Taxes
Cement   Walks   Taxes
Electric Lighting Taxes
Street Sprinkling Taxes
TOTALS  (See  Summary)
CURRENT
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Sept. 15, 1921
Interest   on
Capital Sum
to 15th Sept.
1921
Do not detach the Duplicate. Return both with
your Remittance or present
them when making payment, as this becomes your
receipt when stamped
"Paid—City of Vancouver,
B. 0."
All Cheques must be certified by the bank on which
they are drawn, and payable at par to City Treasurer,  Vancouver.
f»—
A Rebate of lo per cent, will be allowed on current year's
General Taxes, only, if paid on or before the Slst DAY OF
AUGUST next; 7V2 per cent, if paid on or before the 30th
DAY OF SEPTEMBER next; 5 per cent, if paid on or before
the 31st DAY OF OCTOBER next.
6 per cent. Interest on Arrears.
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BACK OF ORIGINAL SHEET
JOHN JOHNSTONE, City Treasurer and Collecto»
It
s Payment of current year's taxes may be made in
instalments. The first payment, in order to obtain the
respective rebates on General Taxes, to be not less than
one-third (%) of the current year's taxes (which
must include total amount of local improvements due)
if paid on or before the 31st day of August next;
not less than one-third (%) if paid on or before the
20th day of September next; the balance on or before
the 31st day of October next.
All arrears of taxes must be paid in full before
any Bebate will be allowed.
Arrears of Taxes can now be paid in instalments
of not less than one-third (%) of a year's taxes, plus
6% interest to date of payment.
All  communications   in  reference   to   thai$ges   of
.**%- , >.
ownership or address must be sent to the Assessment
Commissioner.
An Amendment to the Vancouver Incorporation
Act, 1900, was passed in 1919, consolidating all taxes
in arrears previous to and including 1916, the same
being payable in five (5) annual instalments with interest at 8% to September 15th. It is therefore necessary to make payment of one-fifth (1/5), viz., 1921
instalment, of the consolidated arrears and interest,
and also the whole of 1918 Taxes> on or before September 15th, 1921, or in default of such the property will;
be sold for taxes this year. f ... /              33y7o
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1920
Arrears
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1919
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1920
Local Imp.
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June 30,1921
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1    CHECK   ABOVEovDE8CRIPTION                   and & further FIyE pER    CENT    ;f nQt pajd ^^ 0ctober  ^ \^                 A. E. CARR,^ YOUR    ATTENTION    IS    CALLED    TO    THE
FOLLOWING:
PLEASE CHECK-OVER NAME, ADDRESS
AND DESCRIPTION OF THIS PROPERTY. IN
CASE OP ANY ERROR, PLEASE NOTIFY THE
"COLLECTOR" AT  ONCE.
If taxes are in arrears, please note that interest
at. the rate of 8% per annum must be added.
The Municipal Act provides that all lands on
which taxes remain unpaid at December 31st in the
year following that for which the rate is levied
must be sold for tajces.
Current taxes will be increased by a penalty of
10 per cent, on July 1st if unpaid, and a further
addition of 5 per cent, on October 1st if still unpaid.
ONLY   CERTIFIED   CHEQUES   WILL
BE  ACCEPTED.
All cheques must be accepted by the Bank and
made payable to THE MUNICIPALITY OF
SOUTH   VANCOUVER.
Bank commission must be added to all cheques
sent from points outside Vancouver and New
Westminster.
Postal Notes or Money Orders to be made
payable at Vancouver, B. C. .    a   : -   .* .   —        :    :..,   ■
Messrs,, "Wing 8a.ng & Co.,
b'45 Standard Bank Building,
Vancouver,  B.C.
12th.  July 1920,
I n Account With
,K.Johnson,  Solicitor,  etc5
1920
Jan,  26
27
29
30
Interview with Yip Mow ana advising re settlement   of
affair* of Wing Sang ft Co,
Further  interview with Yip Mow re settlement of
affairs cf Wing Bang & Co,   and advising,
Drawing two declarations of trust   in reference to
two propsrti es,
Interview with Yip Mow and further conferring re
affairs of Wing Sang ft Co.   ani advising,
Drawing 4 bi lis of sale   from different  retiring
partners of  firm,
Intsrview with Yip Mow and  further conferring re
affairs of  firm and advising,
5.00
2.50
10,00
5.00
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5,00
"his is my bill :
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#47.50 WISMER, MCGEER & JOHNSON
Barristers and Solicitors
G.   G.   MCGEER G.   S.  WISMER W.   H.  JOHNSON
PHONE SEYMOUR 1263
Suite 608-612
Standard Bank Building
VANCOUVER. B. C.
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Una lick Co,  Ltd,,
625 Standard Bank Building,
Vancouver,  B.C.
12th,  July 1920,
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W.H.Johnson,  Solicitor,   etc.
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1920
Api,   iu        iagagad 2§ hours with Yip Mow making out tax
returns,   etc.
17.50
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WIGMER, MCGEER fit JOHNSON
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
EH-       W.   H.   JOHNSON
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Standard Bank Building
VANCOUVER. B. C.
12th,  July 1920,
Mr,  Yip Mow,
51 Pender St,   East,
City.
Dear  Yip Mow,-
I   am  sending you herewith aaaeunta standing in my books against
Wing Sang & Co,   and Lun Yick Co.  Ltd. I   am now asking you for payment  of these
bills,   but you can simply pass the amounts to my credit   on your bocks, to be
applied on account  of my recent  obligations to you.
Business Batters which raquirsi my personal attention an.1 delay in being
able to make the  necessary financial arrangements have prevents! me from leaving
for the North,  but I   shall certainly make it  a point to  see you before I   get  away,
Hopi ng that  you are weli,  I   remai n, P. O. Box 15, Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone, Sey. 313
YIP   SANG
CHINESE AGENT FOR
©attafctatt iJarifi* (§tmn l^rtrirea, ICtmtfrit
SI   PENDER  STREET,  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B.C. .Ju.iXe....3.Q.th 19.530
The Corporation of the District
of South Vancouver,
South Vancouver, 3*0.
Gentlemen:
Enclosed herewith the following cheques for 1220 Taxes.
Cheque Ho  27000 for $109.30 for taxes on D.L.755 Lots A.3.
■        "  2?002  "  $557.36  ■    *    « r.L.646 Blk I Lots 3,7,8.
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tatal  184  Lots.
Please   return  the  receipts  on  above  address.
Yours  truly,
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KINDLY ADDRESS ALL LETTERS TO THE FIRM
attention of   JCr,  Wallhridge
Mr.  Yip Mow.
C/o Messrs Wing  Sang <& Cc,
51 Pender Street Bast,
City.
Dear Sir:
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re Lot  5,   Block 416,   D.L.526.
T?e enclos&you statement  of  our account herein amounting
to 138.09,   for which kindly let us have >our cheque.
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ROBERTSON & HACKETT
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
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DOORS, WINDOWS, MANTELS, MOULDINGS, TURNED WORK, ETC.
Sold to.
wing Sang-fo*Co,
Vancouver, B.C.,_ August _&^_1917. 191
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Address^
ACCOUNTS DUE  15TH OF MONTH  FOLLOWING  PURCHASE
Delivered to—5 Pender East.   -
INTEREST AT 8% CHARGED ON OVERDUE ACCOUNTS
ARTICLES
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The Tkirun*e Boij>ing
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Meh.  12.  17,
Mr.  Yip Mow,
VANCOUVER.  B.C.
Dear  Sir,
We  were  pleased to receive   your acceptance
of our offer of Februaru 7th with remittance   of
$20.00 to apply  on your BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE account,
for which accept   our thanls.       This  leaves a balance
of §80.CO,   payable   $10.00 on March 26th and  $10.  C
payable   on A^ril  26th.
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arrangement  we  shall be  pleased  to forward to you
"Canada in Flanders".
Yours very truly,
TY OF LOW-DON
FHB/B. OHANL^L-ER 8c FISt iER, Limited
WINNIPEG
VANCOUVER
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PHYSICIANS',   HOSPITAL  AND   VETERINARY   SUPPLIES
DRUGGISTS'   SUNDRIES
808   RICHARDS   STREET,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
June  24th,1917.
Dr.  A.   S. Mu.nro,
Not responsible for Goods sent by maii
Goods sent to select from must be returned within 10 days
with name and address plainly marked,
$13 Granville  St.City,
SHIPPED PER
Lo cal,
1 Triumph Supporter, $2.50
38 x  8,
To Yip Mow,
51 Pender St. B.
City.
Dear Sir;
Please send this amount with the bill to our office
and we will send you a receipt.
Yours truly,
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of political and military tur«
.nto Three Kingdoms knowa—es
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Liu Pel
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Chow ye,   a reno\
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Kingdom
Pei  .
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Wu suddenly led his army
Chin Chow, the Capitol of Su.
his Suspire* was in danger, in-order
his many difficulties, Liu Pei formed an alliance with three other, noblemen into what
known as the "Four Brothers", whose names
Kwan Cune, a trustworthy •commandant, ^ang
man of remarkable strength and Chu Chui Lon
formidable warrior,
hu K<Vtiang, the military
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Seeing that
to   cooe with
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was
were
Pei,
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genius of Liu
Pel, outlined the follwing strategy for the
"Pour Brothers" to combat Chow Ye* Liu Pei
accompanied by Kwan Gune, pretended they were
defeated and were retreating to a narrow
mountainous pass, while Jang Pei fell behind
Chow Ye. After a short battle, Chow Yess arcy
was totally annihilated* Finally, Chow Ye died
of-Hemorrhage. Subsequently, Jang Pei returned
and celebrated the termination of their successful military campaign with Chu Ko-Liang. This
was only one of the many battles in the his-tory
of the Three Kingdoms. \
A Chinese Legend-! '"   7?Jk J
Once upon a time, in-t'Hfe good old day-
there were seven^sister fairies'residing in a
vio^^nr fairy land. Happy end contented they
tha-'ex«^!p-tion of the seventh
^^r^^^x
of Chi
happy   fair;
were   indee
fairy
and
who   one   d
stole  away  from fai
descended to*K3arth.  There,   she met
to^Sa
Wing" and
her lover
redded him.   One year gxsxs
Then  she  left  her husoend.
passed like  a   dream.
<ao4 flew back  to her  former home  and gave birth
to  a lonely  child.   After the  disappearance  of
Don V&ng  searched for her xsx ZaMAajSwul
-ears e1ap s e d,tHNNb-44-e-a th At^^A
graduated with highest
1.
his  fairy wife,
butxxxv  in vain.  Many
says     that  Don Wing mm graduated with highest
- i &*&/& ^reputed Chinese  college,  ^s^K-^>-J c^niAS,
ien Bon Wing was returning to
it  carae.to  pass  that   the
his native village,
:arne
seven  fairies  descended to^tfearth
ing Ms*-,   presented him with his  son
nd after greei-
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—<,        Chinese Agent
51 Pender Street East
: a       VANCOUVER, B. C.
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